Eden Tarvit


The Victorian-cum-Queenslander has been a model of consistency at National Championship level since 2011, only finishing outside of the top 10 once in any apparatus she has competed in. 

Tarvit was consistent in 2011’s National Championships, finishing fourth in the All-Apparatus final, and tying for second in the Vault final. She also finished fourth in the Uneven Bars and fifth on the Floor. She would win her first Gold Medal in 2012, in the teams’ event, and recorded a best finish of equal fourth in the Uneven Bars that year.

In 2013, she would achieve her best result on the Balance Beam, finishing outright second for her first time, while she would equal her personal best fourth in the All-Apparatus final. Tarvit also went on to record a bronze medal in the Vault competition.

2014 saw Tarvit move one step further, and win a silver medal in Vault. She also finished fourth on the Floor, fifth in the All-Around final and 6th on the Balance Beam. 


Birthplace: Wadonga, VIC
Occupation: Student
Nickname: Ed
Sporting motto: Tough times don't last but tough people do.
Five words that best describe you: Interesting, humorous, intense, persistent
Most admired sportsperson: Lara Tarvit - my sister and Commonwealth Games Diver
Favourite music: Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes
How do you relax when not in the gym: Sleep


Age began gymnastics and reason for starting: 4 - my sister was doing it and it looked like fun
First Club: Robertson Gymnastics 
First Coach: Hom Lin 
Current Club: Delta Brisbane
Current Coach: Olga and Sasha Belooussov
Best apparatus: Floor
Favourite skill: Double pike on Floor  
Most difficult skill to learn: 2.5 twist on Floor 


Best National Performance: 2014 Australian Championships
Best International Performance: 2013 AYOF, AUS
Best Gymnastic Moment: 2011 National Clubs clean sweep, Respresenting Australia at AYOF


Year Jun/Snr Team AA VT UB BB FX
2016 Senior
- -
2015 Senior - Did not compete - - - - - -
2014 Junior - 5th 2nd - 6th 4th
2013 Junior - 4th 3rd 7th 2nd -
2012 Junior  1st 6th 5th =4th 6th 7th
2011 IDP 10  3rd 4th =2nd 4th 11th 5th


Year Event Team AA VT UB BB FX
2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, AUS 3rd 14th 5th 12th 19th 16th


Commonwealth Games:  N/A
World Championships:  N/A
Olympic Games:  N/A