A passion for gymnastics

History

GYMNOVA: Over 40 years but still passionate about gymnastics !

This company, which was established in 1978 by two former gymnasts and trainers, has become the leader in its specialist field in 40 years.

GYMNOVA, specializing in the design, manufacture and distribution of gymnastic equipment, is continuously innovating and plays a part in the progress of the various disciplines in this sport.

The range embraces all equipment from baby gyms to competition and in between these, training equipment relating to activities practiced under the aegis of the Gymnastics International Federation, namely artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, aerobic, acrobatic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling.

EDUC’GYM educational material is a full and robust range dedicated to young children, prepared in order to facilitate the work of youth leaders and teachers.

GYMNOVA relies for its global development on its dealers or its subsidiaries in the UK, Belgium and Switzerland. GYMNOVA’s strong brand awareness enables it to kit out leading international competitions including the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016, to name but one, the top event.

 

GYMNOVA means 

  • Nearly 40 years’ know-how and experience.
  • Working closely with coaches and gymnasts.
  • An untiring passion for the discipline

Key figures

  • Workforce: 55 employees
  • Subsidiaries in France: 2 (ACSA Balmay & Wattrelos)
  • International subsidiaries: 3 (Switzerland, UK, Belgium)
  • Number of distributors: 77
  • Number of specialist gyms: over 600 worldwide

Media

News

28/09/2017

Interview of Remi Karakotchian on the "Internationaux de France"

28/09/2017

We wish to continued sucess to Georges Guelzec

14/09/2017

Montreal pedestal base competition vaulting table - FIG Approved

14/09/2017

Montreal competition spring exercise floor with overlay carpet (springs assembled) - 14 x 14 m (*) - FIG...

Our Events

01/08/2018

Artistic Gymnastics European Championships, Glasgow (Scotland)

01/10/2017

Artistic Gymnastics World championships, Montreal (Canada)