About L'International Gymnix

L'International Gymnix women's artistic gymnastics competition exists since 1991. This unique event in Canada groups together the Canadian and world’s elite in a festive atmosphere which combines performance and friendship. As one of the rare international competition that offers apparatus raised on podium, this event is sought after by Canadian gymnasts. In 1995, the GYMNIX CLASSIC was created to welcome athletes from the provincial and national categories.


We are very proud to mention the names of a few well known gymnasts who participated in PREVIOUS International Gymnix, notably the 1996 Olympic all-around champion Lilia Podkopayeva and team champion Dominique Dawes, the 2004 Olympic all-around champion, Carly Patterson, the 2007 world champion and 2008 Olympic beam champion, Shawn Johnson and the 2011 world champion, Jordyn Wieber.


Since 1991, gymnasts from all continents have filled the podium of L'INTERNATIONAL GYMNIX coming from Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Byelorussia, Brazil, Colombia, Finland, France, Great-Britain, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, Russia, United States, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.



L'International Gymnix has been named Compétition sportive par excellence in 2003, 2005, 2008 and 2009.

This prize is presented annually during the Soirée des Lauréats montréalais, an award ceremony organized by the city of Montreal.


Hall of Fame

Here are a few of the famous gymnasts who left their mark at L'International Gymnix:



Bridget Sloan


Shawn Johnson


Carly Patterson


2009 World Champion

Silver medallist (team)

2008 Olympic Games

2007 World Champion

2008 Olympic champion - Beam

2004 All-Around Olympic Champion






Lilia Podkopayeva




Dominique Dawes




Jordyn Wieber




1996 All-Around 

Olympic Champion

Gold medallist (team)


1996 Olympic Games



2011 World Champion

Gold medalist (team)







Montreal - A city to discover

Montreal is a wonderful city to discover! With tons of activities to choose from (museums, festivals, shopping centers, exquisite food, etc.), everyone will find something that suits his/her interests. We strongly encourage participating athletes and coaches to take the time to explore our beautiful city.


To see everything that is going on during your stay in town, visit Montreal Tourism's website.

Gymnix and the Olympic Games

Gymnix is the only gymnastics club in Quebec who has qualified athletes on the Canadian Olympic Team in the past twenty years.

Indeed, Gymnix establishes a Canadian record in Women's Artistic Gymnastics with a total of 7 participations at the Olympic Games.


Gymnix former Olympians are:

  • Nansy Damianova (Beijing, 2008)
  • Amélie Plante (Athens, 2004)
  • Émilie Fournier (Sydney, 2000)
  • Julie Beaulieu (Sydney, 2000)
  • Mylène Fleury (Barcelona, 1992)
  • Cathy Giancaspro (Seoul, 1988)
  • Carmen Alie (Moscow, 1980)


About Gymnix

Gymnix is a women's artistic gymnastics club qualified as "excellence". Since its foundation in 1973 by Mrs. Nicole McDuff, Gymnix has given itself the mission to:

  • Provide cutting-edge and quality professional services
  • Recruit and train provincial, national and international gymnasts
  • Develop and make available to the community a youth program of physical activity and healthy recreation
  • Adopt a favorable business growth and autonomy of the agency in collaboration with members and partners.


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