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Rendezvous with history By: Anne-Frédérique Hébert-Dolbec

Cathy Giancaspro: a look back at 1985

Cathy Giancaspro was 14 when she competed in her first world championships in Montreal in 1985. Three years later, she was the first female gymnast in the history of Quebec to compete i[...]

Our champions By: AGWC 2017

Our champions: Elena Davydova

Olympic Champion in Moscow in 1980 and World Champion in 1981, Elena Davydova was a gymnast renowned for her audacity in performance, her innovation and her charm. Today, as Head Coach [...]

Rendezvous with history By: Anne-Frédérique Hébert-Dolbec

Philippe Chartrand: a look back at 1985

More than 30 years after taking part in the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Montréal in 1985, our ambassador Philippe Chartrand remains the most successful-ever Québec gym[...]

Green initiatives By: Sara Courcelles

Legacy plan: giving back

When hosting an eco-friendly event, it is important to think about its repercussions on the environment, and also to ensure the event will engender a positive outcome for the community [...]

The Montreal Forum

The Montreal Forum, often linked to the glorious years of the Montreal Canadiens – no less than 22 of their 24 Stanley Cups were won here – remains, long after its change in use, on[...]

Behind the scene By: CMGA2017

A brand new floor for the 2017 FIG AGWC

The 500 gymnasts attending the 2017 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montréal will enjoy an exclusive première. They will be the first to compete on the brand new « Mon[...]