The national body of calisthenics in Australia
Australian Calisthenic Federation
The Australian Calisthenic Federation (ACF) is the national body of Calisthenics in Australia. It was formed in 1986 with the aim of developing national standards for the quality of coaching and adjudication. The key to a standardised coaching system has been the development of the National Rules and the ACF Pupil Skills Program.
The ACF seeks to provide growth strategies for the sport, as well as policies for modern day governance and conduct, in accordance with requirements of the Australian Sports Commission, which are then adopted by the State Sporting Associations. The ACF also introduced the National Championships, a highly anticipated event on the Calisthenic calendar.
For more information visit the ACF website.