Mens Region 8 Compulsory Championships | USA Competitions - Florida Gymnastics Event Company
Level 3, 4, XCEL Silver, Gold, Platinum & Diamond. Date: Carrollton, GA No entries will be accepted after Wednesday, March 23, When/if booking, please state you are attending the AAU Georgia Gymnastics State Meet. Level 9 & 10 Regionals. All Day Event Ical event icon; Lakepoint Sports Community, LakePoint Pkwy, Cartersville, GA ; Tag(s): Home Events. Apr; Thomasville Twisters Twisters that competed in the Georgia USAG Level State Meet, held last Level 3 Junior A Age Division.
Delia fit in with our team from the first minute she walked onto campus. I am thrilled she has chosen to join us next year. Delia has a very nice line and flow when she does gymnastics: It is pleasing to the eye, which the judges like, but it also gives her the base to learn some great skills in the next few years. Delia does what we call a 'non-traditional' vault, which can mean a higher difficulty value for us.
I am expecting Delia to make a run for line-up on both bars and vault next year, and will be looking for her to improve her beam and floor skills to add those events in the future. Delia's excitement about the sport of gymnastics and being at Centenary is contagious, and I can't wait for her to bring that to this team next year.
Olivia Hirsch Shreveport, La. Coach Fain on Hirsch: I am finally going to have a local gymnast competing for Centenary next year! I am over the moon about Olivia deciding to become a Lady. She has a very outgoing and bubbly personality, which will bring life and energy to the gym. She is an extremely hard worker and has very high standards, which will add to our team culture.
But, the best thing about Olivia is her untapped potential. I can't wait to get her in here with her future teammates, who will help to motivate and push her to new heights. She is a very strong floor worker, and swings pretty well on bars. Calculated team score from Day 1 determines Final Team Score.
Awards announced and presented following All Around Finals on July 2, To provide national competition for the accomplished gymnasts who are physically and mentally prepared and have experience in the skills they are competing.
Athletes must compete in all four events during the first two Rounds of Competition. USAG Level 9 rules in effect for the first two days of competition with the following modifications: Connection bonus will be awarded as per L10 bonus rules.
Level 9 Vault chart will be used. Vaults not included on the L9 chart should be submitted no later than four weeks prior to start of competition for value clarification. Event Finals will be judged using the rules as stated above except: Registration will close March 20, The Masters Division will be in place for those individuals competing after the summer of their Senior Year. Preliminary Competition Round I a.
To be held on June 30, b. Sessions determined by blind draw 4.
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To be held on the evening of July 1, b. Junior or senior standings will not be affected. Event Finalists determined from Round I. Round I rules remain in effect with the following exception: The format for event finals will be: Open warm up one hour prior to competition with a touch warm-up before each event. Draw done by top 4 and bottom 4 5. For the safety of the gymnasts, the meet referee and the meet director will be viewing warm-ups.
Individual Event Awards a. All Finalists will receive an award. Awards announced and presented following Event Finals on July 1, Male and masters competitors will receive duplicate awards based on their placement. All Around scores from Round I will determine winners. Masters Division gymnasts and males competing in this division are not eligible for All American Status. Awards announced and presented following Event finals on July 1, All athletes must be in team competitive attire to receive awards even if they are not competing in the event finals.
Top 3 scores per event from Round I used to determine team score. Only junior and senior age groups may count toward team scores. All teams receiving team awards must be in team competitive attire to receive awards even if they are not competing in Round II.
All Masters awards a. To have fun while participating in a meet with gymnasts from YMCAs around the country. USAG rules apply 1. Division I provides basic compulsory routines and includes in the routines the opportunity for the talented gymnast to challenge his development and mastery at each level with additional developmental skills Specified Bonus that are rewarded with bonus.
Division II provides basic compulsory routines that are constructed to encourage participation, promote growth, and provide opportunity for the recreational gymnast to be successful and continue to progress.
The basic routines are designed so that they are achievable for the average recreational participant. In this division athletes do not receive a reward for bonus. They are scored on the basic compulsory routine only. Athletes must compete in all six events.
Age groups will be determined by the number of entries received. Various Sessions to be held b. Individual Event and All Around winners for each session 7. For the safety of the gymnasts, the meet referee and the meet director will be viewing warm ups.
One-third of competitors will be awarded for each event and All-Around after each session. Places determined by scores after each session. Awards announced and presented following each session. Team Awards — Mega Score weighted system. Top three scores on each event from every team will be combined and added using the Mega Score weight system to determine the team winner. To expose optional level gymnasts to a National caliber championship competition.
To inspire gymnasts, coaches, and parents to continue in the sport of gymnastics and strive for their best effort.
Men's State Gymnastics Meet
FIG Vault Chart will be used. Event specialist qualifying score is 9. Round off entry vaults are not allowed for Level 8 athletes. These skills are allowed at Level 10 only. See the Age Group Program Competition Manual and approved updates for current information on skill restrictions for the junior program. This will be an Invitational Meet with no advancement to finals. They may choose one or two events of their choice.
Age groups will be determined by USAG rules and by the number of entries received. To be held June 30,