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International Gymnastics Camp is a second generation, family owned summer gymnastics camp, founded in 1971 by Bruno & Cheryl Klaus. Whether you are a camper, staff member or parent you will feel the warm environment for which IGC is known.

Bruno’s involvement in gymnastics spans over six decades as an All-American gymnast, judge, coach, and camp director. Professor Emeritus Bruno Klaus also holds a Master’s degree in Health and Physical Education, and was a professor at East Stroudsburg University for over 30 years.

  • USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame inductee as competitor, coach, and contributor to the sport of gymnastics
  • Southern Illinois University Hall of Fame
  • NCAA Champion on high bar and vault
  • Member of the 1962 United States World Championship Squad
  • Coach of the 1985, 1987, and 1988 USGF National Collegiate Champions
  • Former Member of the Board of Directors of USA Gymnastics
  • American Turners 54 year member
  • Coach of the 1983 and 1984 NCAA Division II Championship Teams
  • NCAA Division II Coach of the Year 1983, 1984, and 1985
  • Designed and developed the industry standard 6” x 6” foam pit block
  • Member of the USAG National Foundation Board of Directors
  • Member of the International Hall of Fame Board of Directors

Klaus FamilyCamp Director Brent Klaus carries on the family tradition as the second generation of Klaus family leadership at International Gymnastics Camp. He is the founder of the Professional Coaching Diploma Program (PCD), which is held throughout the summer at IGC. This program provides the most extensive coaching training with the highest standards of any coaching development program in the world! Brent is a National Champion, and the only person to ever score a perfect 10.0 on vault at the USA Championships. Brent is also a graduate of the Gene Ezersky Camp Safety College. He has been a member of the U.S. National Team, competed for Ohio State University, and represented the United States in the 1995 World University Games in Japan.