Ganba! Fly High (ガンバ! Fly High) is a Japanese shōnen sports manga written by Shinji Morisue and illustrated by Hiroyuki Kikuta. The series was published by Shogakukan in Shōnen Sunday from 1994 to 2000 and collected in 34 bound volumes. It received the 1998 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen.
The series was adapted as a 30-episode anime television series entitled Ganbarist! Shun (ガンバリスト!駿, Ganbarisuto! Shun) produced by Sunrise. It was broadcasted on Yomiuri TV from July 1, 1996 to March 10, 1997.
Based on the author's experiences as an Olympic champion, Shun Fujimaki has big dreams to win a gold at the Olympics. But unfortunately, Shun has zero-athletic ability and experience for gymnastics and making him an eyesore for the team and the world. But with what Shun technically lacks, he overcomes the hardest of obstacles through determination, hard effort and unbreakable spirit.