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Meet our newest gymnastics coach Becki Campbell!

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SGAC would like to give a warm welcome to our newest gymnastics coach, Becki Campbell. With an array of experience within the Gymnastics field, we are excited to welcome her to the team.

 

Becki's experience

From ages 7-15 she was a gymnast herself and she trained at West Lothian Artistic Gymnastics Club, Scotland. Wow! The highest level of Gymnastics that Becki achieved was Elite Level Compulsory Two. Becki's greatest achievement was being able to compete internationally for Scotland. Fun fact about Becki: her favourite category to compete in is bars!

Why did you become a coach?

"After giving up competitive gymnastics at the age of 15 I still couldn’t keep out the gym. I hoped to share my passion for gymnastics with others and help people reach their full potential in the sport. I have so many great memories from my gymnastics career and it has always meant a lot helping others make amazing memories too. "

What is your coaching experience?

"I have been coaching gymnastics for 10 years and been a part of elite gymnastics in Scotland for 8 years. I have had gymnasts earn places in both the Scottish and British national squad. I held various coaching workshops around Scotland and led weekly regional sessions for the national squad members. I was voted young coach of the year for West Lothian in 2014 and voted Scotland’s coach of the year in 2015 across all gymnastics disciplines."

Why did you choose SGAC as your employer?

"Firstly I was ‘wowed’ by the extraordinary facilities the gymnasts have available to them on a daily basis. After doing some research SGAC seemed like a friendly, professional and fun place to work. After meeting a few members of the team and seeing how approachable and driven they are I was sold."

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