PERFORMERS from across the state and beyond showcased their talents at Horsham Calisthenics College's annual competition at the weekend.
More than 200 participants competed at the three-day event at the Horsham Town Hall, performing both solo and group routines.
Horsham Calisthenics College principal coach Kylie Hermans said participants travel as far as Mt Gambier, Naracoorte, Ballarat, Mildura and Warrnambool for the competition.
"(Participants) stay in town for a number of days and there are plenty of opportunities for them to spend money locally. They also spend time exploring the region while they're here," she said.
She said calisthenics was a unique and exciting sport to be involved in.
"We always tell our students that it's not about placing, but rather it's nice to be recognised," she said.
"Performing in front of an audience also helps their confidence. It's nice for the students to perform a routine a number of times."
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