Tur mainta bo ta hanjami ta stretch i parti atardi bo ta hanjami ta praktika kosnan di turnen manera:cartweel,arabier kaats, handstand i hopi mas. Ami tin un amor pa turnen i e grupo . Danki kolorido gymnastics pa boso yudansa ku mi ta hopi nas leu di lokual mi tabata.Mi ta konseha tur mucha ku tin un talento ku bo gusta bai pe no give up i lo bo mira e resultado despues.#whitecard #6april2021 #peace and sport#sportsday
Trampoline Gymnastics coach Offering Tlaka (RSA): “As much as it’s such a competitive environment at the end, the friendships that are built, it’s more than just the sport. It’s just about development, growth, and love. We’re all in it because we have this passion to strive for greatness.” bit.ly/SportAndPeace
Coach Innocent Yaka (BEN) was in his sixth year of school at the College of Avrankou in the department of Ouémé, Benin, when he discovered Gymnastics and embarked on a lifelong love affair with the sport. “Gymnastics allowed me to learn and be a recognised trainer nationally, in Africa, and in the world,” bit.ly/SportAndPeace
Coach Darius Fields (BAR) shares his dream:“People would say they want the World Championships and Olympics. My ambition is less that and more to see more engagement in the sport in the country,” he said. “I love to see kids learn new skills. Every time they get a new skill, you get a moment of excitement and joy, and it’s the best thing.” bit.ly/SportAndPeace
All my life has been related to sports, it brings you many things, when it comes to making friends, having responsibilities, schedules, having a commitment. I believe that sport transmits fundamental values, healthy lifestyles, everything that has contributed a lot to me since I was little, and today I continue to respect and that has helped me to become the person I am right now.