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2017 Elite Canada Gymnastics Competition Tickets now on sale

Monday, December 12, 2016 - 3pm

Halifax, NS – (December 12, 2016) – Tickets for the 2017 Elite Canada Artistic Gymnastics Competition, taking place in Halifax, NS from February 3-5, 2017 are now available on-line at www.gymns.ca    Tickets for this prestigious event are priced as follows: $15 per day for adults (13+), $10 per day for children (3-12 years) and free for children 2 and under (not requiring a seat). 

The National competition will be hosted by Gymnastics Nova Scotia, Halifax Alta Gymnastics Club, TAISO Gymnastics Training Centre, and Titan’s Gymnastics and Trampoline Club and will be held at the Canada Games Centre from February 3rd to 5th, 2017.  This is an excellent opportunity for Nova Scotians to see the country's top talent, in their own province, including the National Team and two-time Olympian Ellie Black.  Nova Scotia successfully hosted the Elite Canada Competition in 2016 for the first time, in front of sold out crowds of approximately 750 people per day. 

Elite Canada is one of the primary meets at which national team status is determined and brings together the top athletes from across Canada from the novice, junior, and senior categories. In men’s artistic gymnastics the event will help to finalize the national teams for the coming season and will determine Sport Canada AAP carding status of the senior team. In women’s artistic gymnastics, gymnasts in the novice, junior, and senior categories will seek qualification for High Performance status, which gives them the right to compete in those categories at Canadian Championships and to be eligible to be considered for national teams and potential international assignments.

Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door however last year’s event featured sold out crowds.  A limited number of tickets are now available to be purchased on-line at:  www.gymns.ca

For further information, please contact Angela Gallant at [email protected]