Girls begin competing when they reach Level 4 in the USA Gymnastics Competitive Program.
Levels 4 and 5 are compulsory levels, meaning that each gymnast performs the same routine as every other gymnast in competition. In Level 6, gymnasts begin performing optional routines, in which they perform routines, created from a list of appropriate skills, with their own distinct and personal style. Levels 7, 8, 9 and 10 are also optional levels.
After Level 10, gymnasts move into the Elite Gymnastics program, which is the Olympic level of gymnastics. Most gymnasts who earn scholarships to college are Level 10 or above.
The competitive events for girls’ gymnastics are the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exercise.
Competitions are held at local gymnastics clubs and include gymnasts in the same age categories and level from nearby clubs. Awards are given for individual and team achievement. Gymnasts work towards the State Competition, and Regional Championship.
Head Coach : Alla Toch
Has over 35 yrs Coaching women Gymnastics. Has trained Olympic athletes in Russia, Greece and the United States. Also many State, Regional and National Champions.
Has over 40 yrs Coaching Men and Women Gymnastics in Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Germany and the United States. Has trained Olympic athletes to state, Regional and National Champions.