Thanks! Click the link in the email sent to activate your account.
6009 Carmel Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113
Home Of Olympians!
Gold Cup’s Philosophy: Our business is dedicated to do more than simply provide gymnastics lessons. At Gold Cup, we develop athletes! We develop muscles, strength, and train the mind and body to communicate and work in unison. We help form attitudes about learning and striving to be our best. Gymnastics, whether recreational or competitive, is fun exciting challenging. Gymnastics explores the ability to move and disciplines the body. We do not promise to make each student a top-notch competitor, although this is a possibility with some, we do however strive to develop each child to be confident and skilled at their highest potential. Go Gold Cup!! We have improved our birthday parties!Please see the special activites & forms page or call for more information.Gold Cup is currently offering:Parent/Child Classes for ages 16 months to 3 years oldPre-school Classes for ages 3 to 5 years oldBoys and Girls Recreational ClassesBoys and Girls Competitive TeamsOpen Gym Time for ALL AGES Cheerleading/Drill Team Privates Birthday Parties Field TripsAdult Classes Parents Night OutCome see what Gold Cup has to offer: recreational classes for all ages, competitive gymnastics, privates, open gym and birthday parties too!About Us: Gold Cup Gymnastics School was founded in1978 by owner Ed Burch. Ed Burch has been coaching gymnastics for over 30 years and is the owner of Gold Cup Gymnastics School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Burch has been a senior national team coach and junior national team coach and has led many gymnasts to national titles and international medals. Burch was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 1998. Five of Burch’s most notable students include 2008 Olympian Joey Hagerty, 1996 Olympians Mihai Bagiu and Chainey Umphrey, 1992 Olympic gold medalist Trent Dimas and Olympic team member Lance Ringnald. Ringnald, a two time Olympian, made the Olympic team at the age of 18, the youngest team member in 20 years. Dimas was the 1991 McDonald American Cup champion and the National high bar champion. Burch’s gymnasts were the first to compete three releases on high bar and Yerchenko vaults for men. From 1974 to 1982, Burch was the USA Gymnastic Federation State Chairman representing New Mexico and was the boys USA Region Nine Chairman in 1981. Burch was a member of the USA Men’s Program Committee from 1981-1983 and the Compulsory Development Committee from 1983-1987 and was chairman of the Strength Development Committee 1983-1987. He also directed junior and senior training camps since 1981. The community of Albuquerque honored Burch with the Excellence for Albuquerque Economy Award in 1990. Voted by his peers for 1988 Coach of the Year, he also received the Frank Cumiskey Award in 1986 from USA Gymnastics, the highest award given to a coach. Burch served in the US Air Force from 1969-1971. He attended the University of New Mexico, the University of Albuquerque and earned his education degree in Special Education and Physical Education in 1975. He competed for the UNM Rusty Mitchell gymnastics team. Burch also earned his black belt in Judo and brown belt in Karate and competed in national and regional meets during his teen years. Burch was born on January 29, 1951 in Las Vegas, New Mexico
Response Writing Tips:
When responding to a positive review, thank the customer, acknowledge what they liked and invite them to return.
When responding to a negative review, be professional, understand the customer's concerns and respond to them. Your response can win back a customer and convince others that you are committed to quality and service.
All responses must comply with the YP.com Terms of Service and Use.»Close
YP Mobile Page for Gold Cup Gymnastics School, Albuquerque, NM