Posts by Surrey Gymnastic Society

February 25th Pro-D Camp

Join the gymnastics fun!

February 25th is a Surrey School District Professional Day.  Your kids have the day off and we have an indoor playground. It’s a perfect match!

Children ages 5 and up are welcome to spend the day learning new gymnastic skills, playing games and making crafts.

Camps run from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm and cost $60. Extended hours are available and must be arranged prior to the camp.

Special discount of 15% is given to the second child.

Call us in the office to register or email us info@surreygym.com

We need a minimum of 5 to run day camps or we reserve the right to cancel. You will be notified of a cancellation 48 hours in advance.

2019 Notice of AGM

It’s that time of year again!

Our 2019 AGM will be held in the upstairs viewing area of the Green Timbers Covenant Church at 7 pm on Wednesday, October 30.

Registration will start at 6 pm. Attendance is mandatory for all Competitive, Pre-Competitive, and Interclub families.  We highly encourage our Recreational families to attend as well.

The AGM is your chance to meet the Staff and Board Members of SGS. As well, it is the best place for new and returning families to hear an overview of our previous year and upcoming events.

Register Here

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Fall 2019 Registration Now Open

base_download_attWe have just enabled fall session registration and want you to be the first to know that we have put it online!

Do note that we have two locations to pick from, so be sure to select which location you are looking for classes at; Frank Hurt or Newton West campus.

Get the classes you want now. Register early. Many classes in the fall session had wait lists.

Sunday Classes are available again too!

Register online

Surrey Gymnastics to acquire Wayland Sports Surrey

Surrey Gymnastic Society and Wayland Sports have reached an agreement to transfer the ownership of Wayland Sports Surrey to Surrey Gymnastic Society.

Surrey Gymnastic Society will acquire all staff from Wayland Sports Surrey, as well as their mailing list and gymnastics equipment.

The Board of Directors have been investigating relocation options for the past 24 months, and this relocation was the most cost effective way for Surrey Gymnastics to continue to serve the residents of Surrey and North Delta without a lot of attrition.   There simply is not enough suitable buildings in Surrey willing to have a Gymnastics club do business there for an appropriate price, while at the same time being able to retain our programming.

SGS is continuing to explore options with the city and has received an extension at Frank Hurt to January 2021.

It is our hope that the City of Surrey will work with us to establish a partnership and have been actively engaging the parks committee.

This facility has the layout already set up for operating a gymnastics organization, and allows us to transition out of our Frank Hurt location if need be when the province decides to fund the Frank Hurt expansion.

Surrey Gymnastics is operating at full capacity and is unable to expand further to accommodate the Wayland Sports families within our own facility.   It is our hope that we can further grow out the recreational side of our organization through Wayland Surrey.    The acquisition of the mailing list will prove most invaluable into the next 5-10 years while we work with establishing stronger ties to the City of Surrey.

Interclub Tryouts 2019

SGS Will be holding interclub tryouts on June 19th at 4pm.   The interclub program is great for athletes seeking more from gymnastics but do not want the time commitment or pressures of being full competitive.  Athletes are scored in a positive manner and do not compete against each other.

For more information on GymBC Interclub program see here:


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Treyson Cerrato wins Gold at 2019 Nationals

Treyson Cerrato wins Gold in the National Open category at nationals in Ottawa, Ontario.

Full results:

Floor: 13.450  3rd place

Pommel: 11.450 8th place

Rings: 12.350 Tied for 4th place

Vault: 13.150 10th place

Parallel Bars: 12.350 11th place

High Bar: 12.950  1st place

All Around: 75.700 1st place all around


A high Congratulations to Treyson for all his hard work achieving such a notable and distinctive outcome, and a special thanks to coach Michael Sargeant

Get Ready for the Summer Session!

The summer session is right around the corner! This year, we are introducing two new classes!

Firstly, we are introducing a Dance/Gymnastics class. In this class, we will work on some gymnastics floor skills as well as learning dance styles such as ballet and jazz. They will also be learning some choreography throughout the session. This class is for ages 7 & up.

Secondly, we will be introducing a Physical Preparation class. This class will focus on conditioning, stretching, and some gymnastics skills. The focus of this class is to prepare the participant physically and mentally for a future in gymnastics. This class is for ages 7 & up.

In addition to these two classes, we will be running recreational classes for ages 4-5, 6-8, and 9 & up.

Registrations are now ongoing!

Luke Van Harmelen dominates Westerns!

SGS Athlete Luke Van Harmelen was in Saskatoon Saskatchewan this past weekend with Men’s Head Coach Mike Sergeant, for this year’s Western Canadian Champions.

Luke Competed in the Provincial 5 Category and had a very successful 2 days of competition.

On Day 1 of the competition, Luke Finished 2nd in the all around, and contributed 5 scores to his teams total, aiding in Team BC’s 1 st place finish in the team final!

On Day 2, Luke Competed in 5 out of 6 event Finals, Placing 4 th on the Pommel Horse and Vault, 2 nd on Rings and High Bar, and Tied For First Place with a score of 12.333 on the Parallel Bars.

Congratulations Luke on your accomplishments, SGS is extremely proud of you and your accomplishments this year, Great



BC Provincial Championships 2019 Results

Surrey Gymnasts in Top Form at Provincials

Surrey Gymnastic Society (SGS) girls did the club proud at 2019 BC WAG Junior Olympic Compulsory Championships, held inside the Langley Events Centre, April 6 – 8, 2019.

                           Our All Around Provincial Champions (from left):

                             Madeleine Gassien – Junior Olympic Level 2 (2010 age group)

                             Harsimran Rakhra – Junior Olympic Level 2 (2009 age group)

                             Emilyna Keo – Junior Olympic Level 4 (2007 age group)

JO 2 athletes

“We are excited to see our programs and athletes grow and flourish in this beautiful sport”, said women’s competitive coach Gabi Szabo.

SGS highlights included:

JO 2 (2006 – 2008 age group):

Cloe Ostrosser 3rd vault, 3rd bars, 1st beam and 2nd All Around;

Megan Ma 1st vault, 1st floor and 4th All Around;

JO 2 (2009 age group):

Harsimran Rakhra 1st vault, 1st bars, 1st beam, 1st floor and 1st All Around;

Charlie Sunshine 4th vault, 8th beam, floor and 8th All Around;

Jo 2 (2010 age group):

Madeleine Gassien 4th vault, 1st bars, 1st beam, 1st floor and 1st All Around;

Mia Morales 3rd vault, 5th vault, 2nd beam, 5th floor and 2nd All Around;

Gianna Brown 3rd bars, 4th beam, 6th floor and 4th All Around;

Brianna Lopez 6th vault, 1st bars, 6th beam and 5th All Around;

Japjit Dhanoa 3rd beam, 2nd floor and 8th All Around;

Flavia Ceccacci 12th vault and floor;

JO 2 (2010 – 2011 age):

Carrie Ma 5th bars, 4th beam, 2nd floor and 5th All Around;

Ayia Punzalan 3rd bars, 2nd beam, 3rd floor and 7th All Around;

JO 4 (2003 – 2006 age): Layla OmarAli 3rd vault, 5th beam, 7th floor and 7th All Around;

JO 4 (2007 age group): Emilyna Keo 8th vault, 3rd bars, 1st beam, 1st floor and 1st All Around;

JO 4 (2008 age group):

Sofia Villamil 1st vault, 1st bars, 9th beam, 3rd floor and 2nd All Around;

Kiana Carter 2nd bars, 8th beam and 7th All Around;

JO 4 (2009 age group):

Sanne-Lise Garbe 9th vault, 6th bars, 7th beam, 1st floor and 4th All Around;

Adriana Garbe 18th vault, 2nd bars, 1st beam, 2nd floor and 6th All Around;

Isabeau Isaacson 5th vault, 8th bars, 7th floor and 7th All Around;

Members of the Surrey Gymnastic Society turned in some outstanding performances at the

2019 Artistic Gymnastics BC Championships (WAG Optional, MAG) April 12 – 14, 2019.

Location: Pinetree Community Center (Coquitlam)

On the women’s side:

JO 6 (2006 age group): Melissa Piliotis 5th vault, 6th bars, 5th beam, 4th floor and 4th All Around.

JO 7 (2008 – 2009): Hannah Mahon 2nd vault, 4th bars, 8th beam and 8th All Around.

JO 7 (1999 – 2003): Erin Harvey 3rd vault, 6th bars and 5th All Around.

JO 8 (2004 – 2005): Alice Bashko 9th place on bars.

JO 8 (1999 – 2003): Alexa Cannon won gold medal on vault and finished 10th All Around.

On the men’s side:

Level 1 category, both young gymnasts – Malakai Ostrosser and Colton Bellec captured 6 golds for their performances and they finished gold All Around.

Level 2 (Under 10 age group):

Paul Bashko 3rd floor, 4th rings, 2nd vault, 4th high bar and 4th All Around.

Yeshen Mootoosamy 2nd pommel horse, 3rd rings, 8th high bars and 6th All Around.

Jai Mehta 1st floor, 9th pommel horse, 8th rings, 6th vault and 9th All Around.

Level 5 category: Luke Van Harmelen 3rd floor, 2nd pommel horse, 1st ring, 1st vault, 4th parallel bars, 2nd  high bar and finished 1st All Around Provincial Champion.

Luke Van Harmelen –  All Around Provincial Champion (Level 5)

National Open category:

Treyson Cerrato 2nd floor, 1st pommel horse, 4th rings, 2nd vault, 3rd parallel bars, 1st high bar and 1st All Around Provincial Champion.

Treyson Cerrato – All Around Provincial Champion (National Open)

Both athletes – Luke and Treyson – would later compete for Team B.C. at the Western Canadian Championships.

In the meantime, the club is busy looking for a new home.