Altadore Gymnastic Club is an organization rich in History, that provides comprehensive recreational and competitive gymnastics for men and women athletes of all ages. Since 1967 we’ve been Calgary’s favourite Gymnastics Club. We’ve trained Olympians and pride ourselves in being a fun place to get fit.
AGC has been providing the area with quality gymnastics for over 50 years! We feel that gymnastics is a great medium for teaching your child the strength, coordination, and body awareness that is a must for all other sports. Our programs are designed to safely teach each child at their own age and ability. The classes are organized by FUN and CHALLENGING lesson plans which are designed to teach the whole child.
Our large facility has tons of space for our Preschool, Recreational, and Competitive programs. We run each program by timed rotations so that we are never waiting for open equipment. Our staff takes pride in providing the cleanest, SAFEST and most organized gymnastics centre in our area.
Looking for a great place to host a Birthday Party in Calgary? Look no further. We have a great party room and fun Coaches who will lead the kids in some fun gym activities before they hit the foam pit! Our facility is also available for private parties and bookings.
Altadore Gymnastic Club is an organization that provides comprehensive recreational and competitive gymnastics for men and women athletes of all ages.
Ed Vincent Classic 2007-2015
AGC is proud to be the Home of life time Coach Ed Vincent.
For over 30 years Ed has been contributing his talents to our facility and has touched and inspired many of us today!
Ed is the founder of the Men’s Competitive Program at Altadore. The AGC Men’s Program, bench marked Canadian Gymnastics History, as 2004 Olympic Champion Kyle Shewfelt, coached by Kelly Manjak, flipped his way into our hearts.
Kyle Shewfelt trained at the Altadore Gymnastic Club from the age of 6, up until winning the 2004 Olympic Gold Medal on the Floor Exercise.
“How great are the dangers I face to win a good name in Athens. ” Alexander The Great
Kyle’s Competitive Results
1996 Vienna Youth Invitational: 12th All Around (1982 age group), 1st Floor, 3rd Vault
1996 Hungarian Youth Invitational: 6th AA (1982 age group), 1st Vault, 2nd Floor
1997 Canadian Championships: 1st AA (Tyro)
1998 Canadian Championships: 2nd AA (Junior)
1998 World Youth Games: 7th Team, 2nd Floor, 4th Vault
1998 Elite Canada: 1st AA (Jr)
1999 Canadian Championships: 11th AA, 1st Floor and Vault
1999 Pan Am Games Team Trials: 8th AA
1999 Canada vs. Germany Dual Meet: 1st Team 10th AA
1999 China Motor Cup: 2nd Vault, 8th Floor, 17th AA
2000 Le Duel World Cup: 7th Floor, 11th Vault
2000 Turnier der Meister World Cup, Cottbus: 6th Floor, 15th Vault
2000 Grand Prix, Glasgow: 3rd FX
2000 Senior Pacific Alliance Championships: 3rd FX, 1st V (tie)
2000 Svetovni Pokal World Cup: 4th Floor Exercises
2000 Olympic Games: 12th Floor Exercises, 26th Vault
2000 World Cup Finals: 2nd FX 2001 Canadian Championships: 7th AA, 1st FX, 1st V
2001 Canadian Championships: 7th AA, 1st FX, 1st V, 6th HB
2001 Glasgow Grand Prix: 4th FX, 4th V
2001 Elite Canada: 5th AA, 1st FX, 1st V
2002 Cottbus Cup: 3rd FX, 3rd V
2002 Jurassic Classic (USA vs. Canada): 1st FX, 1st V
2002 Canadian Championships: 3rd AA
2002 Commonwealth Games: 3rd Team, 1st FX, 1st V
2002 French International: 6th FX
2002 Glasgow Grand Prix: 1st FX
2002 World Championships: 4th V
2003 Canadian Championships: 1st V, 2nd FX, 6th AA
2003 World Championships: 3rd FX, 3rd V, 9th with team
2004 Olympic Games: 1st FX, 4th V
2006 Commonwealth Games: 1st T, 3rd FX
2006 Pacific Alliance Championships: 2nd T, 1st V, 1st FX
2006 World Championships: 5th T (prelims), 6th T (finals), 3rd FX
2006 World Cup Final: 2nd FX
2007 World Championships (DNC)
Jennifer Wood began gymnastics at at Altadore at the age of three, she became Alberta’s first female gymnast to compete at an Olympic Games.
Gymnasts at the Summer Games are inspiring up-and-coming tumblers here at home.
A Gymnast For Life
Calgarian Ed Vincent practices four times a week. But, at 75-years-old, he’s not your average gymnast.
– are committed to fostering an environment that will encourage members to achieve their fullest potential through the sport of gymnastics
– believe that quality coaching and consistent standards across all of our programs are the foundations for success of the Altadore Gymnastic Club.
– Safe and Fun Environment
– Physical Fitness and Healthy Lifestyle
– Creating Positive Customer/Guest Experiences through Outstanding Service
– Sportsmanship and Team Spirit
– Pursuit of Excellence