Rhythmic Gymnastics Club has been founded by the Friendship Society and it is registered with the British Gymnastics Association (registration No.80780). A&V stands for Amicitia & Validus, which in Latin means "Friendship and Mighty".
We believe that all children can achieve a lot in rhythmic gymnastics, if they have the support of professional trainers and are surrounded by similar minded friends. A&V Rhythmic Gymnastics Club wishes to help every child to succeed in rhythmic gymnastics and have an opportunity to have access to this great sporting activity, which will help them in many ways in everyday life.
Excellence, Fitness, Friendship
National Grades finals took place at the University of Wolverhampton’s Walsall Sports Centre on 18th and 19th May 2013. Sophia Clark and Anastasija Minina made their individual debuts at National Level. Their performance was significantly improved from the Zone Grades and both were ranked in the top 10 positions. Congratulations to our girls and their coach Jana Rudova.
On Wednesday 15th May A & V Rhythmic Gymnastics team performed a display at Woolwich Town Hall to celebrate Well-being and Diversity Day.
Thais Guness, Sophia Clark and Florence Hodge show cased their competition routines.
Many thanks to the girls and their parents, who managed to bring them to the performance on a weekday.
The event has been organised by GAVS (Greenwich Action for Voluntary Service).
It is great when children can meet a role model and be inspired by a champion. And that is exactly what happened for Florence Hodge and Sophia Clark, seen her posing with Frankie. Frankie Jones is five time British champion, and has represented Britain at the 2012 Olympic Games.