CVI have been investigating theatres that will allow for larger audiences. We are excited to announce the Palais holds over 2,800 guests - we look forward to seeing you there.
“Unique”, “Innovative” and “Australian” are just three of the things calisthenics has in common with Calisthenics Victoria’s newest sponsor – Nova Caravans.
A Victorian business owned by the Cataldo family, Nova Caravans has been a market leader in luxury touring caravans since 2006…and for even longer, their family has been involved with calisthenics.
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In late 2016 the Victorian Calisthenic Coaches Association (VCCA) and Calisthenics Victoria (CVI) finalised their amalgamation. The VCCA is pleased to announce that applications are now invited for the VCCA Committee as a division of CVI.
Call for Expressions of Interest – VCCA Committee
In accordance with the VCCA’s Terms of Reference the VCCA now calls for Expressions of Interest for the VCCA Committee as a division of CVI. There are 8 positions available with expressions of interest closing on Friday 17 February 2017.
Calisthenics Victoria have been consulting with the Victorian Calisthenic Coaching Association, the CVI State Championships Committee and Director of Competitions Shirley Pettitt to determine a new process that will benefit all stakeholders in the Royal South Street Society (RSSS) Audition process.
The Victorian Competition Committee (VCC) and Calisthenics Victoria Inc have been working hard to improve the experience of solo and duo participants and their families. In 2017, there will be an additional solo and duo competition held in the Western Metropolitan region in order to:
• Broaden competition locations
• Reduce the travel time for families