APEX graduates that will be moving out to college (L to R): Caitlin Villavicencio – James Madison, Abby Whittleton – Virginia Tech, Nate Clingman – James Madison, Jamie Morris, – University of South Carolina, and Taylor Noem- William & Mary. / APEX courtesy photo
Leesburg, VA (July 4, 2016) – The APEX Gymnastics team celebrated it’s 2015-2016 success at the team picnic held on June 5th. During this event APEX honored it’s seniors as well as this season’s winners of the Spirit of APEX Award.
The Spirit of APWX award is given to APEX gymnasts who have a strong work ethic, have overcome adversity and have shown leadership skills. This year’s Spirit of APEX award winners are Gabby Goodfriend, Nate Clingman, Abby Whittleton, & Lauren Greene.
APEX Gymnastics is beginning it’s eighteenth year of operation. APEX began as an idea in January of 1997. When the existing Virginia Gymnastics decided to close it’s doors, APEX became a reality. Marty Newsom and Melanie Cuozzo became owners in September, 1997 and APEX Gymnastics, Inc. was born. Today we are proud to have over 1000 young gymnasts in our APEX programs.
At 28,000 square feet, APEX is currently the largest and most equipped gymnastics facility in Loudoun County and one of the largest in the state of Virginia. APEX serves gymnasts not only in the Loudoun County area, but we have members from Manassas, Maryland, Centreville, Winchester, West Virginia and Pennsylvania that attend our facilities.
APEX is proud to have three olympians, five former elite gymnasts, former NCAA coaches, certified judges, high school coaches and public school teachers on our staff.
We hope you will come see our facility and become part of the APEX family.
If you like more information about APEX Gymnastics, please contact us by by phone : 703-777-5344 or email at email@example.com