ARIZONA DYNAMICS TO BRING ELITE GYMNASTICS TRAINING AND COMPETITION TO LEGACY SPORTS PARK
(March 22nd, 2021)
MESA, Ariz. – The Arizona Dynamics Gymnastics Center, a leader in recreational and competitive
gymnastics in the Valley, is partnering with Legacy Sports Park to offer a new Arizona Dynamics location at the
320-acre, multi-use family sports and entertainment complex that is set to debut in January of 2022.
Legacy Sports Park will manage and operate Arizona Dynamics Powered by Legacy Sports USA, which
will be led by long-time owner Debby Farrelly. Programming will include recreational preschool gymnastics
(ages 12 months – 4.5 years); recreational boys and girls gymnastics (ages 5 – 18), full competitive women’s
gymnastics, and recreational and competitive ninja programming.
“We are excited to partner with Arizona Dynamics to bring an elite gymnastics program to Legacy
Sports Park,” Brett Miller, President of Legacy Sports USA. “Debby’s background and experience in gymnastics
is second to none and we are extremely proud to have Arizona Dynamics call Legacy Sports Park its new home.
Farrelly is the founding owner of the nationally recognized Arizona Dynamics Gymnastics Center, which
currently has locations in Chandler and Tucson, to go along with the latest addition that is coming to Legacy
Sports Park. Her competitive gymnastics program has earned Arizona’s Program of the Year for nine straight
years, and Arizona Dynamics has won State, Regional and National Champion titles under her guidance.
Additionally, more than 30 gymnasts who trained at Arizona Dynamics have earned college scholarships.
“We are thrilled to join Legacy Sports Park to offer an elite training facility for recreational and
competitive gymnasts,” Farrelly said. “The success of any club starts with a great facility and great coaching
and training, and we are looking forward to this tremendous sponsorship with Legacy Sports Park.”
Farrelly has served on the USA Gymnastics Arizona Board for the last 21 years, has been the USA
Gymnastics Committee Chairman and Regional Committee member for 15 years, and is a council member at
the Elite Performance Academy in Chandler Unified School District.
Tryouts for the upcoming season being on May 1 – to learn more on how to be a part of Arizona
Dynamics Powered by Legacy Sports USA or to view different types of programming offered, visit
or contact Kim Graves at email@example.com.
Legacy Sports Park is a privately owned, 320-acre multi-use family sports and entertainment complex
in Mesa, Ariz., currently under construction with plans to official open to the public in January of 2022. Legacy
Sports Park will create more than 1,500 jobs and generate hundreds of millions of dollars in direct economic
impact back to the surrounding community, with an expected three million visitors annually. Legacy Sports
Park is the vision of Randy J. Miller, Chairman of Legacy Sports USA, Chad J Miller, CEO of Legacy Sports USA,
and Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O’Brien, Director of Performance Training at Legacy Sports Park. In addition,
Legacy Sports Park will also include a multi-purpose arena and outdoor amphitheater designed for live events,
family shows, exhibitions, and conventions. The project will be developed in one single phase constructing
outdoor and indoor team athletic facilities geared to high energy entertainment, sports venues. For more
information on Legacy Sports Park visit LegacySportsUSA.com. For a virtual tour visit
ABOUT ARIZONA DYNAMICS
Arizona Dynamics Gymnastics & Cheer was created with the idea that all children should have the opportunity
to participate in a program that teaches a wide variety of physical skills, but also is a program that teaches life
skills as well. All programs are run with the philosophy of creating a positive experience in a challenging class
while creating success for each individual participant, and there are a wide variety of class options for both the
competitive and non-competitive child. Arizona Dynamics is a family-owned business operated by Dave and
Debby Farrelly and their three daughters, and has been training gymnasts since 1999. For more information
about Arizona Dynamics visit www.azdynamics.com.