Gymnastics Tasmania announces new Chief Executive 

Gymnastics Tasmania is delighted to announce the appointment of Sam Brittlebank as its new Chief Executive. 

Previously the General Manager of MYC Gymnastics in Melbourne,  Sam joins the organisation having been in the sport for over 30 years as a gymnast, a coach, a parent and a club administrator. 

"I'm looking forward to getting out into the clubs and meeting with the gymnastics  community in Tasmania. Understanding what the needs are the at the grassroots of our sport is fundamental to building the support networks that a healthy state association needs to be able to deliver on as part of its strategic objectives," said Sam.

“I am thankful for the opportunity to lead such a great organisation in the sport that I love. I look forward to working closely with the Gymnastics Tasmania Board, clubs and the government to drive positive outcomes for the sport and our participants.”  

In announcing the appointment, Gymnastics Tasmania President Amy Robertson said that Sam is the right person to lead the organisation with his wealth of knowledge and experience of the sport and his key ability to understand the needs of clubs, members and stakeholders. 

“This is an important time for our organisations as we look to further improve community accessibility to these fundamental movement skills whilst also embedding a culture thatempowers our members to safely enjoy their time in gymnastics,” says Amy. 

“On behalf of the Board and I, we look forward to working with Sam as we lay the foundations for the next stage of gymnastics in Tasmania.” 

Sam commences in the role on Thursday 30 June 2022.