In the Media
It has been an honour for PVGC to be featured in the media across Alberta.
Check out below to see some of our feature articles!
October 30, 2018
Thailand National Team visits Pine Valley Gym Centre
October 30, 2018
Pine Valley Gym Centre was happy to host the 2nd annual Alberta Gymnastics Federation JO camp, with over 100 athletes and 30 coaches attending from around the province.
January 2, 2018
The Pine Valley Gym Centre in Tawatinaw began as a dream to provide a high-performance training centre for gymnasts.
Now, close to 10 years later, the facility has evolved to bring recreation opportunities to young amateur gymnasts.
“Especially with this generation and technology, we want kids to stay active and lead active and healthy lifestyles,” said Bobby Kriangkum, spokesperson and head coach, about the mindset of the family-run business. “We’re teaching kids how to be active, how to make good choices when it comes to staying busy, and how to have fun while doing it and learning.”
CTV News, Alberta Primetime
October 22, 2017
September 23, 2017
Ten Team China gymnasts and their coaches made a pit stop last week at the Pine Valley Gym Centre in Tawatinaw on their way to compete at the 2017 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal from Oct. 2-8.
The gymnasts have been training locally since Sept. 21 in order to adapt to the time change. Many of the athletes are Olympic gold medallists, or have taken gold at the World Championships and the China National Games.
May 22, 2017
A gymnastics centre in the tiny hamlet of Tawatinaw, which opened two years ago as a place for rural children to learn gymnastics, is about to serve as the training facility for the Chinese national team.
"This is surreal. I have a hard time bringing people out from Edmonton," said Bobby Kriangkum, program coordinator at the Pine Valley Gym Centre...
March 28, 2017
The Pine Valley Gym Centre in Tawatinaw went international last week as the Chinese National Gymnastics Team dropped in to train at the world-class facility.
Six men and six women were present working their craft on the mats, bars and pommel horses. Including trainers, coaches and team doctors there were over 20 visitors.