Chris Laszlo      Assistant to the Head Coach WAG 

Chris has completed his Level 4 NCCP training and is a graduate of Seneca College's Advanced Coaching Techniques Program. He was recently granted status as a Chartered Professional Coach by the Coaching Association of Canada. He has coached many Provincial and Eastern Canadian champions and was the Team Coach of the 1st place Ontario National Opens at the 2014 Canadian Championships. Chris has developed a strong technical knowledge base through working as a judge, and through coaching high performance athletes in both women's and men's artistic programs throughout Canada, Australia, and the United States. Chris has been involved in gymnastics as a coach and competitor for more than 30 years.


Gary Isaacs

Gary currently coaches for the Men's Artistic Gymnastics Program but assists with WAG as a Level 3 WAG coach. He is a graduate of Advance Technique in Gymnastics from Seneca College where he received the student recognition award. His coaching philosophy is "Hard work pays off! The only thing that is stopping you from achieving your goals is you!" Gary is a certified coach for the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics at Level 4, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics at Level 3, and Trampoline at Level 2. Gary used to work at the Oakville Gymnastics Club for a year. He used to coach as an Assistant Head Coach for the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics in Gym Mississauga from 2003 to 2014. He coached for the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics at Provincial and Elite levels in Canada and Australia, and the Jr. Pan American Games in Houston, Texas. He was an instructor with Power Cheer Toronto. We are thrilled to have Gary back to the gym!



Tammie Gray

Tammie has been coaching competitive gymnastics for over 26 years. She has been a dedicated coach and Head Coach, and has received her 25 year Gold Diamond Pin Award from Gymnastics Ontario.

She is a Level 3 Certified National level coach and is a graduate of the Seneca College Physical Education Elite Gymnastics Program. Tammie has coached athletes on the third place team, as well as vault finalists in the International Maccabiah Games in Israel. Over the past 26 years, Tammie has had many athletes receive NCCA scholarships. She has also choreographed and coached many medalists on beam and floor at National Championships in Canada and the United States, 30 Provincial Champions, and over 40 medalists on floor at Provincial Championships. Tammie has received many speciality awards on bars, beam and floor at National and Provincial Championships, and is a sought after choreographer working at clubs across North America. 

Tammie is a dedicated coach with a solid commitment to development of gymnastic and life skills of athletes in order to help them reach their full potential. She hopes to shape her athletes into confident, respectful, poised, and successful gymnasts in a nurturing, motivating environment.  


Kim Roby

Kim is a certified Level 3 Coach and has 25 years of coaching experience. She has worked all across Ontario and in Australia as both a Competitive Coach and Assistant Head Coach. She has received hercoaching diploma in artistic gymnastics from Seneca College. With her immense level of experience, we know she will be a wonderful asset to the club! 


Brandon Jary

Brandon is a fully certified Level 2 Coach with his Technical Level 3. He has been coaching for 15 years after he finished his own gymnastics career at Gymnastics Mississauga. His philosophy inside and outside the gym has always been 'find success in the little things'.  


Martin Broadhurst

Martin began coaching in Manchester, in the North West of England, and has over 30 years coaching experience. As a National Judge, he had the honour of officiating at numerous English Championships, the Special Olympics, and the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Since he came to Canada in 2002, he has judged at the Jurassic Classic, and the Western Canada Summer Games.

As a coach, Martin accompanied the Ontario team to the Eastern Championships in 2010. He is a level 3 coach.