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Cnr Corsair Drive & Springs Road Wigram , Christchurch www.olympia.org.nz Presented by: Kathryn O’Neill and Dr Richard Green OLYMPIA GYMNASTIC SPORTS CURRENT STATUS OF OLYMPIA Our facility was leased in July 2003 Olympia is a non-profit organisation

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Cnr Corsair Drive & Springs Road

Wigram,

Christchurch

www.olympia.org.nz

Presented by:

Kathryn O’Neill

and Dr Richard Green

OLYMPIA GYMNASTIC SPORTS


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CURRENT STATUS OF OLYMPIA

  • Our facility was leased in July 2003

  • Olympia is a non-profit organisation

  • Provides facilities and professional gymsports coaching for mens and womens artistic gymnastics, trampolining and rhythmic gymnastics

  • Facility is also used for:

    • additional community classes:

      • Latin dance

      • personal training/conditioning and adult gymsports

      • independent schools and other community based groups

  • Olympia is an amalgamation of three clubs (Kudos Rhythmic Academy, Avon City Gymnastics and Aerials Trampoline) with over 30 years experience between them

  • First sports club to be awarded a Gold Clubmark Award by Sport Canterbury

  • New Zealand’s 5th largest club and most successful at National championships over all four codes in 2007 and 2008

  • All three codes (artistic, trampoline and rhythmic) are coached, mentored and supported by International coaches

  • Olympia has been providing quality affordable gymnastic programmes for over 5 years

  • Successfully assisting children and adults in the greater Canterbury community to be more active more often in a safe structured fully supportive environment


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Olympia Athletes

Tramp

Rhythmic

Artistic


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WHAT DOES OLYMPIA NEED?

  • Increased space for the growing recreational needs of our community including trampoline floor space, gymnastics mat space, rhythmic mat space, a pit area

  • More gymnasium time for the community’s schools programme

  • Administration and staff facilities which are inadequate at present for the 6 full time staff, and 40 part time staff

  • Public visitors amenities, away from children’s changing areas

  • Upgraded participant changing areas with showers and individual changing stations/lockers

  • Community meeting rooms for coaching seminars, parent meetings, seminars relating to conditioning, nutrition, physiotherapy etc

  • Kitchen facilities that meet the Food Safety Act and other relevant legislation

  • Provide more employment opportunities for the local community


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WHAT DOES OUR COMMUNITY NEED?

  • An improved facility that families in our community can utilise to benefit both adults and children alike in general fitness, health and wellbeing

  • Improved facilities to hold meetings, conferences, team building sessions

  • Space to eliminate waiting lists for classes


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FACILITIES

EXTENSION

PROJECT 2009

OLYMPIA GYMNASTIC SPORTS – WIGRAM - CHRISTCHURCH


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EXTENSION – WHY?

  • Our recreational and competitive gymnasts, along with coaches, have been constrained for space for over 3 years – we are very popular

  • No room for additional school groups that want to book

  • No room for additional rhythmic, trampoline or artistic recreation classes – waiting lists for all three of these areas

  • Overcrowded cramped venue and conditions for competitions – safety is being compromised

  • Facilities for other community groups

  • Only major sports facility on the western side of the city



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WHY SHOULD YOU FUND US?

  • We provide quality affordable professional gymnastic classes for pre-schools, schools and the general community

  • We are helping both children and adults to be more active and stay active

  • We are good employers

  • We have proven to be the top club in New Zealand and the most likely club to produce successful international gymnasts

  • SPARC philosophy of general movements is incorporated in our programmes


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WHY GYMNASTICS?

  • Gymnastics is a life skill

  • Physical activity patterns are set in childhood

  • Gymnastics movement patterns are the basis of all sport

  • Gymnastics provides whole body movement patterns including swing, rotation, statics, spring, locomotion and landings

  • Olympia strives to deliver quality gymnastics and related gymsports to as many people as possible. On average over 1500 individuals use our facilities per week.



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COMMUNITY USE

  • Olympia has strong links with approximately 150 schools in Canterbury

  • From the local community, Olympia averages 6000 visits each year by mostly children (who are not members of the club)

  • Host the South Island Masters Games for gymnastics, Primary and Secondary School rhythmic, artistic and trampoline competitions annually

  • Host of area school competitions (eg Leeston, Lincoln)






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WHY THIS FLOOR PLAN

  • To support the activities of the wider community more effectively

  • Better usable gymnastic floor space for all codes

  • Expansion is in keeping with the original building’s aesthetics and will therefore provide little intrusion by not changing the building’s look

  • Minimal disruption to the gymnasium classes and programme during construction

  • Does not intrude on neighbouring properties nor encroach on the main Green Space

  • Allows for meeting/conferencing rooms


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EXTENSION’S MISSION

  • Support activities of the wider community

  • Make gymnastics available to all

  • Provide affordable quality programmes

  • Allow members to reach their potential

  • To contribute to a healthier happier society

  • Provide a safe and happy environment for all users

  • Help Canterbury children be active and stay active

  • Provide a venue for competitions

  • Provide a venue for other community activities.


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