Gymnastics Tank Leotards Help Texas Champions Qualify for Regionals
The mission of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) is to create and TAAF gymnastics follows all USAG rules and regulations and uses official USAG We encourage our gymnasts to compete in three qualifying meets plus state in . o Athletes that qualify must register and pay at the State Championships. o Scores from two (2) USAG Sanctioned Meets during the - season order by All – Around at their respective state championship. Division/Age. Group . TX. Out of town meets for Victoria Gymagic Team USAG's rules state they can run 30 minutes early. May 4th-6th: Region 3 championships Lubbock, Texas.
Brandi has also stepped up to be the meet director for Region 3 Championships and has done a great job organizing this event for our Region.
Special Recognition — Selena Peco Selena has worn many hats throughout her acro career — many at the same time! Selena started her team Fliptastics and year by year, grew her program from Level 5 up to Elite National Team Members. Her athletes were getting noticed due to her innovative choreography and original skill elements. Although Selena has had so many amazing accomplishments, I can safely say that having her daughter become an elite athlete and make the USA National Team was one of her most proud and memorable moments in her career.
She enjoyed traveling to international competitions playing dual roles of coach and judge when needed. The hurricane was devastating not only for Fliptastics, but Selena personally.
Somehow she managed to continue holding together her the team she held so dearly in her heart.
USAG Girls First Compulsory Meet in September!
Fliptastics was everything to Selena and she gave so much during those hard times to make sure that her kids could continue in the sport they loved. Selena stepped into the role as JO Chair on the Program Committee and played an important role in creating and developing the Junior Olympic Code of Points — one of the most time consuming jobs in acro.
While we continue to evaluate the organization from top to bottom to fit the needs and mission of the organization, we understand the financial implications of doing that without impacting quality. We are very mindful of the quality of our programs, and it is not our intent to affect the ability of our athletes to train and compete at the highest level. We are confident that we will have and enlist the financial support necessary to make appropriate changes for building a culture of empowerment.
We believe our partners will be highly engaged and supportive, and we look forward to working closely with them.
We understand that litigation can be full of uncertainty, but the leadership of USA Gymnastics seeks resolution and healing for all of our athletes and will move forward to build a culture of empowerment together. Member services continues to develop educational and training materials that help support the member club owners in all areas with emphasis on athlete safety. The safe sport team is working side-by-side with our educational team to develop materials that are age-appropriate and tailored to the different audiences to include athletes, club owners, coaches, instructors, judges, staff and parents.
They are creating a club tool kit that incorporates safe sport education and other types of resources aimed at providing additional support. The Regional and National Congresses, along with other initiatives, provide further educational and informational opportunities for clubs and all professional members. National Team Training Center. We envision an all-inclusive training site with world-class facilities that provides a positive training environment for athletes in all of our disciplines.
March – USA Gymnastics | New Jersey
This is an opportunity not only to build a state-of-the-art facility, but also, most importantly, to provide the highest quality of care to meet the needs of our gymnasts. Athlete safety will be at the forefront when designing and building the facility and its programs and amenities. We are very encouraged by the number of cities, developers and communities that have expressed great interest in having the National Team Training Center in their area.
This is a priority for USA Gymnastics, and we expect to distribute a request for proposal in the near future. In the meantime, each discipline is identifying the best solution for training its national team and developmental athletes.
We appreciate everyone who is assisting our programs with their training needs while we pursue a long-term solution for the National Team Training Center. We need our independent member clubs, their coaches and instructors, the athletes and their parents, judges and the gymnastics community to join with us. Athlete safety must be at the forefront of everything we do, every day.CHLOE 2016 Level 6 USAG State of Texas Gymnastics Meet (3-6-16)