After signing with GIMNASIALATINA for the promotion of our brand for the Spanish-speaking public, now it is Jymnaction’s turn, a company from Japan, who has trusted a lot in our project.
Our new sponsor JYMNACTION (Japan+Gymnastics+Connection) under the motto, “We will build a bridge to the world”, aims to provide guidance in gymnastics, support for studying abroad, and support in sporting events in various countries of the world. Their goal has the potential to expand “your personal growth” and “your future career”. In addition, they use the experiences of their coaches to support those who want to face different challenges.
As well as Jymnaction, an excellent contribution for our League, we want you to join this great journey for the development of our sport, from another perspective, another look, a way to make a difference, especially for the benefit of the athletes, coaches, and everyone around.
During the various months of preparation, we have accomplished the official certification of our three PYL (Professional Yinastic League) referee experts, a project with a unique sports development in the world.
PYL is an independent project, patented in the United States of America, its objective is to develop games with the beginnings of gymnastics, with teams completely independent to any other regulatory body.
In our team, today we count with Yosbany Vega, North American, who will be who will teach the referee course in Spanish language; also we have the expert Tyler Schaal, who will have the responsibility to give class in English language; while joining our list, Marta Isa Labrada, who will have the opportunity to give the course in Italian language, being that Naples, Italy; will be headquarters to our first game for the month of May in the form of “Launch”.
PYL it is fulfilling all the parameters to be a part of the independent sports scene; but we expanded the concept of Professional, to give it the respective value that the athletes deserve today. As also, the respect of those who will be part of us to value the sport; the referees. The training of the future referees of our league has the date for the 27th, 28th of February and the 7th of March; which is the final evaluative instance. In which we are searching in a special way for those wishing to develop an alternative
Retiring at just 24, Leeds’ own Nile Wilson has had an impressive career – making him a Yorkshire treasure for many and one that will be incredibly missed in the gymnastics circuit.
Many are excited to see what comes next for the star but are disappointed to see that he won’t be making an appearance at the next Olympic games.
He was the first Briton to win five gold medals at the European Junior Gymnastics Champion and went on to seal his high flying status by becoming the first Britsh gymnast to win an Olympic medal, in Rio 2016.
After all his success, Wilson also turned his hand to becoming an inspiration for younger gymnasts, setting up a YouTube channel with over a million subscribers.
Wilson had hoped to continue breaking records at the now postponed Tokyo games but the gymnast has had a long history of injuries.
In 2018, he managed to claim three gold medals at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, after recovering from ankle surgery.
In a touching post on Instagram, the gymnast said: “I’ve been sat in my car trying to type this out for way over an hour.
“Today I hang up my handguards & retire from the professional sport of gymnastics… gymnastics you are the best sport in the world!
“You’re my first love, my addiction, you set me free, you gave me purpose and you gave me experiences I could not even have dreamed of!
“Unfortunately my body just couldn’t keep up and that’s okay.
“It is my time to move on and I can’t wait for the next chapter.”
British Gymnastics released a statement saying: “We would like to take this opportunity to wish Nile all the very best for the future.
“As well as his performances on the competition floor, through his personality and online presence, Nile has brought a new audience to the sport of gymnastics.
This weekend the evaluation tests were carried out for the first official PYL referees, with the presence of Yosbany Vega (USA) and Tyler Schaal (USA). Both will be commanding the structure and organization of the referees in each Game that the league proposes.
The league officials scored between 96 and 100 points in their qualification, which was awarded the grade of Diamond Umpire. This title will be awarded to those who take the course >> Referee Course | Feb. 27, 28 & Mar. 7 | 2021 >>
The categories of referees are as follows:
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