History

Elite Gymnastics of Orlando Inc., d/b/a Orlando Metro Gymnastics opened its doors on
November 14, 1992 under the name d/b/a Brown’s Gymnastics Metro. The original
location was a 15, 300 square foot facility located around the corner from the current
location in the “back” part of that building. Not long after that the name of the gym was
changed to Elite Gymnastics of Orlando Inc., d/b/a Orlando Metro Gymnastics. In
1999, the gym moved to its current location.

Orlando Metro Gymnastics is a private gymnastics club located in southwest Orlando, Florida that features a full scale of competitive team gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, and cheer instruction for children from ages 18 months to 18 years. The completely air-conditioned, 23,000 square foot facility is full of state-of-the-art
equipment for training women’s and men’s gymnastics.

When Orlando Metro opened its doors on November 14, 1992 under the d/b/a Brown’s
Gymnastics Metro it had immediate success in the women’s program that still continues
today. In that first season, several gymnasts qualified to Level 9 Regionals and Level
10 Nationals. In the next season, one of Jeff Wood’s athletes advanced to National
Team status at Level 10. There were many Level 9 Regional team members in that
same season as well. The 1994 to 1995 competitive season resulted in a gymnast
reaching the lofts goal of competition in the U.S. Championships. Since that time the
Orlando Metro girls’ team program has developed into one of the premier training
programs available today. Participation on an Orlando Metro girls’ or boys’
competitive team is by invitation only.

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