Gymnastics Saskatchewan hosts 4 levels of Women’s Artistic Gymnastics competition encompassing several different age groups.

Canadian Provincial Program – CPP (Formally the JO Program)
Gymnastics Canada has adopted the JO Program to provide direction and foster competition for different age groups of girls and young women of various levels of ability and commitment. The CPP Program consists of 10 levels – Gymnastics Saskatchewan uses this tool as a guide to provide programming for female gymnasts in Saskatchewan and allows gymnasts at Level 3 and higher to compete and try to qualify for Provincial Championships annually. 

XCEL Program

XCEL is an alternative competitive program offering individual flexibility to coaches and gymnasts. The goal of XCEL is to provide gymnasts of varying abilities and commitment levels with the opportunity for a rewarding competitive gymnastics experience. Athletes will compete Optional routines fulfilling 4 Special Requirements on each apparatus. This program will give gymnasts the opportunity to train and compete skills and routines that suit their strengths rather than competing compulsory content as is in the JO program.  The XCEL Program offers five different levels; Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. 

Youth Program

More information coming soon. 

Canadian High Performance

The High Performance athletes aspire to compete at inter-provincial and national levels or are already national high performance gymnasts. Athletes compete national and international rules, based on the FIG Code of Points. Provincial, inter-provincial, and national competition is provided in two age groups for national stream, and three for high performance.

Gym Can Program pages

Gym Sask Technical Regulations Page


 2023 WAG Selection Policy

 Sask First Program Pathway 2022-2023

Sask First Program Petition Checklist 2022-2023

Sask First Program Skill Testing List 2022-2023

Sask First Program Physical Testing 2022-2023

Sask First Program Registration Form 2022-2023