Vermont gymnastics

USA Gymnastics Vermont
Official web site of USA Gymnastics Vermont

Latest updates:

2018 Dec 9 Chinese New Year Cobra Meet Results
2018 Dec 9 Sectional Meet No 1 Results
2018 Dec 3 Jennifer Bundy-Bortz elected to USA Gymnastics Programs Council

  Congratulations to Jennifer Bundy-Bortz, who is the new women’s program representative for USA Gymnastics Programs Council. Jen has a long history with Region 7 where she is the administrative chair and has served as the elite committee chair. Her coaching experience includes 10 years as an assistant coach to Kelli Hill at Hill’s Gymnastics in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and she is currently the head optional coach at Centre Elite Gymnastics in State College, Pennsylvania.
  Her achievements include United States Elite Coaches Association National Elite Coach of the Year in 2003 and earning Master of Sport in 2014.
2018 Dec 2
Royal Classic at Regal Gymnastics
Saturday January 5
  8:30 am - Level 3
12:30 pm - Level 5/6
  4:30 pm - Levels 7-10 & XCEL Platinum/Diamond
Sunday January 6
  8:30 am - Level 4
12:30 pm - XCEL Bronze & Level 2
  4:30 pm - XCEL Silver / Gold
All times are Open Stretch
2018 Nov 27
Sectional meet No 1 - Sunday December 9
Session 1
GMTC, Sunrise, Central VT, NLG
  8:30 am - Open stretch
  8:45 am - March in
11:30 am - Awards
Session 2
Brattleboro in 2 squads, Cobra, Kingdom, Champlain
  1:00 pm Open Stretch
  1:15 pm March In
  4:00 pm Awards
All meets are Warm up/Compete format
2018 Nov 17 Harvest Classic Meet Results
2018 Nov 9 Rules & Policies index (compliments of Deb Kornegay)
2018 Oct 29 Candy Corn Meet Results are posted
2018 Oct 27 Xcel Silver UB dismount Cast to squat on and Jump off dismount
2018 Sep 21     Information about upcoming meets

Nov 17 - 18 Harvest Classic at Northern Lights Gymnastics
Dec 8 Chinese New Year Meet at Cobra Gymnastics
Dec 9 Sectional meet 1 at Cobra Gymnastics
Jan 5-6 Royal Classic at Regal Gymnastics
Jan 26 - 27 Sunrise Snowflake meet at Sunrise Gymnastics
March 2 Maple Sugar Invitational at Kingdom Gymnastics
2018 July 30 The Region 6 USA-G 2018 Summer Newsletter
2018 July 23 Minutes from State Meeting 2018 July 17
2018 June 11 Congratulations to Northern Lights Gymnastics who is the VT Club of the Year
2018 July 27
Region 6 Champions & medalists from Regal - Congratulations!

Region 6 Xcel Platinum Championships

Region 6 Xcel Platinum Championships
  • Ella Lesny - 5th VT, 7th UB, 3rd BB, 5th FX, 2nd All Around
Region 6 Xcel Gold Championships Xcel Gold

Region 6 Xcel Gold Championships
  • Kayla Meegan - 7th VT, 4th UB, 2nd BB, 5th All Around
  • Ivy Buck - 4th VT, 4th BB, 7th FX, 7th All Around
  • Luna Hall - 4th UB
  • Emily Moll-Celis - 7th UB, 6th BB
Region 6 Xcel Platinum Championships

Region 6 Xcel Silver Championships
  • Maggie Smith - 1st VT, 3rd All Around
  • Campbell Tucker - 7th UB, 7th FX
  • Shayla Spellman-Blow - 7th UB
  • Emma Doran - 7th BB
Region 6 Xcel Gold Championships Xcel Gold

Region 6 Xcel Silver Championships
  • Maggie Smith - Vault Champion
2018 May 30 Women’s JO Code of Points Updates
2018-2022 JO Code of Points replacement page are posted on the USA Gym web site. In addition, all appendices have been updated and are posted there as well. When you open a PDF, refresh it on your browser to make sure you are seeing the most updated version.
2018 April 30
Region 6 Champions & medalists - Congratulations!

Region 6 Championships Level 9 Katherine Reeves 2nd Floor

Region 6 Championships Level 9
Katherine Reeves
Regal Gymnastics
2nd Floor

Region 6 Championships Level 8 Ashley Poulin 3rd Beam, 3rd Floor, 4th Vault

Region 6 Championships Level 8
Ashley Poulin
Regal Gymnastics
3rd Beam, 3rd Floor, 4th Vault

Region 6 Championships Level 7 Chloe Daniels Regal Gymnastics 1st AA, BB & FX, 3rd UB, 4th VT

Region 6 Championships Level 7
Chloe Daniels
Regal Gymnastics
1st AA, BB & FX, 3rd UB, 4th VT

Region 6 Championships Level 7 Mira Woodside 1st UB, 2nd AA, 3rd BB, 4th FX

Region 6 Championships Level 7
Mira Woodside
Regal Gymnastics
1st UB, 2nd AA, 3rd BB, 4th FX

Region 6 Championships Level 7 Kathryn Cox 1st Vault, 1st Floor

Region 6 Championships Level 7
Kathryn Cox
Regal Gymnastics
1st Vault, 1st Floor

Region 6 Championships Level 6 Greg Erickson 1st All Around

Region 6 Championships Level 6
Greg Erickson
Regal Gymnastics
1st All-Around

2018 Apr 24 As part of our outreach for Child Abuse Prevention Month, the USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Department recently conducted a webinar on "How to Talk About Child Sexual Abuse Prevention," which is available in the webinar archive. I have included a link to the webinar because it provides some of the guidance you and your professional members have requested for addressing safe sport issues. I also encourage you to share with the professional members in your states and regions. And, as always, please contact Toby Stark, our director of safe sport, if you have any questions. We appreciate your time and dedication to our athlete’s safety and well-being.
Annie Heffernon, USA Gymnastics Women’s Junior Olympic Program Director
April is Child Abuse Prevention month. Here are four important ways to help prevent child abuse in gymnastics:

2018 March 27 Results from 2018 Groovin are posted
2018 March 17 All Results from State Meet are posted
Visitors to Vermont Gymnastics website
2018 Mar 15 Green Mt Invitational Raffle Winner: Carly & Cassidy Gallivan. Congrats on 1 week at Dunkleys!!!!!
2018 Mar 8 2018 Vermont State Championships schedule
2018 March 3 All Results from Green Mountain Invitational are posted
2018 Mar 2

Message to the community from Kerry Perry

Today I want to address the significant events that have taken place since I started with USA Gymnastics 90 days ago and what our path forward looks like in creating a culture of empowerment with our focus on athlete safety and well-being.

There is no doubt that all of us have been forever changed by the recent Larry Nassar hearings. I was in the courtroom to listen to the incredibly courageous women explain in vivid and painful detail the impact he had on their lives. Their powerful voices will stay with me for the rest of my life. I commit to you that I will keep their words and experiences at the core of every decision I make, every day, as the leader of this organization. Their stories have broken my heart, but also strengthened my resolve.

The best way to honor our athletes is to ensure that we do everything we can to prevent this from happening again by making bold decisions and holding ourselves to the highest standards of care.

In 90 days, here are just a few of the bold decisions and actions we have taken.

  • Closing the National Team Training Center at the Karolyi Ranch.
  • Fully supporting both the USOC and Congressional independent investigations and the new federal law regarding safeguarding amateur athletes.
  • Creating an Athlete Assistance Fund, in cooperation with the National Gymnastics Foundation, that provides our athletes who are survivors of sexual abuse the needed financial resources for counseling services.
  • Building an Athlete Task Force where our athletes help shape our organization’s future in its strategic and operating decisions.
  • Continuing to implement the Deborah Daniels recommendations stemming from an independent evaluation of USA Gymnastics’ safety policies, 80 percent of which already are being implemented as of today.
  • Strongly enforcing the USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Policy that:
    • requires mandatory reporting.
    • defines six types of misconduct.
    • sets standards to prohibit grooming behavior and prevent inappropriate interaction.
    • establishes greater accountability.
  • Making reporting of abuse easier with a dedicated toll-free number (833-844-SAFE), email address ( and online reporting.
  • Amending the bylaws to support the cultural commitment to athlete safety and provide a basis for further developing our safe sport programs and governance.
  • Continuing our Listening Forums and outreach to as many of our survivors, athletes and member clubs as possible to help guide USA Gymnastics policies and procedures.
  • Incorporating expert’s ideas and strategies in the enhancements of our safe sport education and curriculum to create a best-in-class curriculum customized to fit the varying member groups.
  • Educating and training our staff and members on the new Safe Sport Policy, where I am pleased to report that our staff is 100 percent safe sport compliant.

We realize many of you have questions about the financial situation, sponsors, pending litigation, National Team Training Center and others. Here’s a brief update on each of these.

  • Finances. We are constantly looking at how we are positioned to address the goals and needs of the organization. As we talk about fundamental change, this includes looking at our structure, our programs, our staff, our gymnastics community and other important factors. 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.
  • Sponsors. Understandably, USA Gymnastics has lost some of our corporate partner support, but we are very encouraged by the support that many organizations and companies have expressed with our path forward in creating a highly empowered culture focused on our athletes’ safety. We believe our partners will be highly engaged and supportive, and we look forward to working closely with them.
  • Litigation. 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.
  • Club support. 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. 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.

Our work is far from being done, it won’t be easy, and we can’t do this alone. 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.

We are at a very important crossroads for our sport. We have the opportunity to further build an environment that empowers and supports our athletes as they develop the confidence, character and life skills that will allow them to succeed in this amazing sport. We need to work together to accomplish this for both the young men and women who are pursuing their gymnastics dreams today and to honor those who have gone before.

I want to end with a quote that I read the other day, “No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible.”

My hope is that we will be standing side-by-side with our incredibly brave survivors, as USA Gymnastics emerges stronger, safer and more empowered.

Thank you,
Kerry Perry
President and CEO
USA Gymnastics

2018 Feb 11 Results from Sectional meet No 2 are posted
2018 Feb 12 Information about 2018 Green Mountain Invitational
2018 Feb 12 Region 6 Information
2018 Jan 29 Results from Sunrise Snowflake meet are posted
2018 Jan 8 Results from 13th Royal meet are posted
2017 Dec 10 Results from Sectional meet No 1 are posted
2017 Dec 6 13th Royal at Regal Session Schedule

Saturday January 6th
  8:30 am XCEL Bronze
12:00 pm JO Level 7-10, XCEL Diamond/Platinum
  4:30 pm XCEL Silver / Gold
Sunday January 7th
8:00 am JO Level 3
1:00 pm JO Levels 4 & 5
5:30 pm JO Level 6
March Ins are 15 min after Open Stretch showed here
2017 Dec 2 Results from Regal in House meet
2017 Nov 27 Sectional meet No 1
Sunrise Gymnastics Gymnastics

Sunday December 10
Session 1
  • Kingdom all levels
  • Sunrise level 4
  • Regal level 4
  • Northern Lights

  8:00 am - Open stretch
  8:15 am - March in
11:00 am - Awards
Session 2
  • Cobra
  • Brattleboro all levels
  • Champlain Valley all levels
  • Sunrise level 5
  • Regal level 3
11:45 am - Open stretch
12:00 am - March in
  3:00 pm - Awards
Session 3
  • Central VT all levels3
  • Green Mountain all levels3
  • Sunrise level 33
  • Regal level 53

4:00 pm - Open stretch
4:15 pm - March in
6:45 pm - Awards
2017 Nov 19 Results from Harvest Classic
2017 Nov 7

USA Gymnastics names Kerry J. Perry as new president and CEO

As Chairman of the Board of USA Gymnastics, I want you to know how much we appreciate your support of our organization. For the past several months the Search Committee has engaged in an active nationwide search for qualified candidates to assume the role as president and CEO of USA Gymnastics. We wanted to share that the Board unanimously made the decision to appoint Ms. Kerry J. Perry to this role, beginning December 1.

  Born in Indianapolis and a lifelong fan of the sport, Ms. Perry is a passionate and energetic leader who formerly led business development at Learfield Communications, Inc. Prior to that, she was president and owner of KP Sports, a marketing and multi-media company that managed sponsorship rights for university and conference partners at all levels.

We are thrilled to bring Ms. Perry on board and we believe her commitment to athlete safety and dedication to creating a culture of empowerment will do well to lead our organization into the future.

Paul Parilla
USA Gymnastics Chairman
2017 Oct 27 Harvest Classic 2017
Northern Lights Gymnastics

Saturday November 18
Session 1
Bronze and Level 3 from Gem Starz and Green Mountain

  8:00 am - Open stretch
  8:15 am - March in
10:00 am - Awards
Session 2
Xcel Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond

10:45 am - Open stretch
11:00 am - March in
  1:15 pm - Awards
Session 3
Level 6

2:00 pm - Open stretch
2:15 pm - March in
4:45 pm - Awards
Session 4
Level 7-9

5:30 pm - Open stretch
5:45 pm - March in
7:45 pm - Awards

Sunday October 19
Session 5
Level 3

  8:00 am - Open stretch
  8:15 am - March in
10:45 am - Awards
Session 6
Level 4

11:30 am - Open stretch
11:45 am - March in
  2:00 pm - Awards
Session 7
Level 5

2:30 pm - Open stretch
2:45 pm - March in
4:00 pm - Awards
2017 Oct 24 Results from Candy Corn Classic are posted
2017 Oct 3 Age group level 9 and 10           Level 9 JR       Level 9 SR       Level 10      
2017 Sep 21 State meeting 2017
2017 Sep 6
USA Gymnastics supports GAT’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

    USA Gymnastics supports the the Gymnastics Association of Texas (GAT) Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which GAT established to help gym owners hit hard by Hurricane Harvey with their efforts to rebuild, refurbish, clean and recover. Many clubs are at or near a total loss. The fund will provide assistance not only for clubs in South and Southeast Texas, but also in Louisiana and other areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
    "Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people and communities who have been and continue to be impacted by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath," said Ron Galimore, chief operating officer of USA Gymnastics. "USA Gymnastics is proud to support GAT’s relief initiative, and having one central point for channeling the gymnastics community’s effort to help its beleaguered brethren is an ideal approach. We appreciate the thoughtfulness and generosity of those who can contribute to the relief fund, whether it is large or small."
    "It is with great appreciation that we receive the notes and prayers the community has sent to us directly and through USA Gymnastics,&qyuot; said James Jeffers, chairman of Gymnastics Association of Texas. "It is truly inspirational to those of us who are on the ground and dealing with the realities of the situation. We realized the importance of an effort to assist our clubs in moving forward, and we thank USA Gymnastics for its immediate and steadfast ongoing support of our gyms and people in need here in Texas and the other areas impacted by the storm."
    Donations to the GAT Hurricane Relief Fund may be made via the association’s website and/orFacebook page. GAT is a 501(c)(3) corporation.
    Information for gym clubs about how and where to apply and the process and the criteria for awarding assistance will be posted on the GAT website.
    "Experience has shown just how much our gymnastics community can do when working together for the benefit of our sport, athletes and clubs," said Jeffers. "Thanks to everyone for whatever support you can provide to help us through the difficult days, weeks and months to come."
    The Gymnastics Association of Texas (GAT) exists to serve the gymnastics club owners, coaches and judges by providing the most up-to-date training, teaching, business and early childhood development practices available. Through an annual convention, GAT serves not only the great State of Texas, but also the entire United States by being a go-to source for everything gymnastics, both recreational and competitive.
2017 Aug 2 The Xcel Code of Points replacement pages for 2017-2018 are posted online

Xcel Code of Points Revised July 2017
2017 July 15 MaryLou Smith put together updates for Xcel

Changes March     Update May     Changes or clarifications     Additional bars skills     Committee May 9    
2017 July 14 Girls from Regal succeeded at Regional Championships
Ashley Poulin, Level 8, ALL AROUND CHAMPION
  • Ashley Poulin
        Level 8, ALL AROUND CHAMPION,
        Vault 2nd, Bars 1st, Beam 3rd, Floor 1st

  • Mira Woodside
        Level 7, Vault 2nd, Bars 3rd
  • Ellie Quintin
        Level 7, Vault 2nd
  • Kathryn Cox
        Level 7, Bars 3rd, All Around 3rd

  • Erin Rusnock
        Xcel Gold, Vault 1st, Floor 2nd
  • Ella Lesny
        Xcel Gold, Vault 1st, 2nd Bars, 2nd All Around

  • Ivy Buck
        Xcel Silver, Vault 1st
  • Kayla Meegan
        Xcel Silver, Beam 3rd
2017 July 6 USA Gymnastics Region 6 Summer Newsletter
2017 June 15 All Women’s Program Minutes from the May meetings are now approved and posted on the
USA Gymnastics web site
2017 June 8 Tentative competition calendar 2019 (2019 not this season 2018!)
  • March 8-10, 2019         Level 7/8 State Championships
  • March 15-17, 2019       Level 9/10 State Championships
  • April 6-7, 2019              Level 7/8 Regional Championships
  • April 12-14, 2019          Level 9/10 Regional Championships
2017 June 5 Vermont USA Gymnastics Meeting will be held Tuesday July 11th at Northern Lights Gymnastics at 4:30pm
2017 May 18 Important Information from USA Gymnastics

2017 National Gymnastics Day is September 16

2017 National Gymnastics Day is September 16! Celebrate our sport across the state and region by posting National Gymnastics Day information on your website.

Visit for more information.
The USA Gymnastics Safe Sport program

USA Gymnastics is committed to fostering a fun, healthy and safe environment for all members. The USA Gymnastics Safe Sport program provides educational resources for parents, coaches, judges, clubs and athletes to promote a safe environment for children.

Visit for more information.
The 2017 National Congress and Trade Show

The 2017 National Congress and Trade Show is in Anaheim, Calif. August 17-19. Register today at

The 2017 Regional Congress


Build for Tomorrow at one of the 2017 Regional Congresses! Register today at
2017 May 17 Note from Annie Heffernon - USA Gymnastics Women’s JO Program Director

There are marketing materials circulating in the community regarding a 2018 Xcel Championships Invitational in Tennessee. It is important to understand that this invitational is NOT supported or endorsed by USA Gymnastics as an official Championship of any kind. The qualification requirements to this event ARE NOT governed by USA Gymnastics Women’s Rules and Policies. The athletes competing in the competition are participating in an Invitational, NOT a USA or National Championship.
2017 May 10       Regal Gymnastics Academy is the Vermont Club of the Year
2017 March 28 Age groups for Level 9 and 10

Level 9 JR           Level 9 SR           Level 10
2017 March 18 All Results from State Meet are posted
2017 March 12 Results from Groovin are posted
2017 March 8 Vermont State Meet 2017
Bellows Falls Union High School. 406 Union High School Rd Westminster VT

Saturday March 18
Session 1
Xcel Silver

10:30 am Open stretch
10:45 am March in
11:45 am Awards

Session 2
Xcel Gold, Platinum

12:30 pm Open Stretch
12:45 pm March in
  2:15 pm Awards

Session 3
Level 7, 8, 9, 10

3:15 pm Open Stretch
3:30 pm March in
5:45 pm Awards

Session 4
Level 5

6:45 pm Open Stretch
7:00 pm March in
8:00 pm Awards

Sunday March 19
Session 5
Level 3

  8:00 am Open Stretch
  8:15 am March in
11:15 am Awards

Session 6
Level 4

12:30 pm Open Stretch
12:45 pm March In
  3:00 pm Awards
Session 7
Level 6

4:00 pm Open Stretch
4:15 pm March in
6:00 pm Awards
Admission: Adults - $8, 2 for $15. Kids are $5

Performance Photography will take pictures during State Meet. He was at the Hip Hop Meet this year, so many of you have met him.
2017 March 5 Results from Sectional meet 3 are posted
2017 March 5 Results from I love Vermont are posted
2017 Feb 28 Congratulations to Jen Durgin - the winner of one week of Dunkley's Gymnastics Camp.
The winner was drawn from all the raffle tickets sold during Green Mountain Invitational meet.
2017 Feb 25 Results from Hip Hop Classic are posted
2017 Feb 11 Green Mountain Invitation All Results are posted
2017 Feb 7 USA Gymnastics Region 6 The 2017 Winter Newsletter
2017 Jan 31 Green Mountain Invitational schedule
2017 Jan 28 Sunrise Snowflake 2017 Meet Results are posted
2017 Jan 15 Royal Meet at Regal Results are posted
2017 Jan 12 Groovin’ Classic Northern Lights March 12 Information
2017 Jan 4 Attention Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Judges and Meet Directors:
Effective January 1, 2017, the rate for mileage reimbursement for judges is $0.53 per mile to reflect the recent decrease in the IRS standard mileage rate for 2017
2016 Dec 31 CONCUSSION - Play it safe

Signs observed by the coaching staff & Symptoms reported by athlete. Action Plan
2016 Dec 11 Sectional meet 1 at Regal results are posted
2016 Nov 22 Candy Land Invitational LeStudio Gymnastics results are posted
2016 Nov 22 Harvest Classic results are posted
2016 Nov 1 Candy Corn Classic 2016 Results - Central Vermont Gymnastics Academy
2016 Oct 7 New Online Judges' Course Now Available!

J416: Level 9 Composition is an online video course. The goal of this course is to train judges and coaches to identify compositional requirements for Level 9 Uneven Bars, Balance Beam and Floor Exercise and to apply deductions correctly. Starting with a review of the compositional considerations, the course then presents theoretical routines (in symbols) to review the appropriate deductions, and then 6-8 routine videos are followed by symbols and deductions.
Once the course is complete, Judges are able to print a one-time/one-hour of CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credit.
2016 Sep 21 State meeting information
2016 Sep 12       2016 / 2017 Invitational meets information

2016 Nov 19-20 Harvest Classic Northern Lights

2016 Dec 3-4 Candy Land Invitation Le Studio

2017 Jan 14-15 Royal Classic Regal

2017 Jan 28-29 Sunrise Snowflake Invitation Sunrise

2016 Aug 4 USA Gymnastics selects sites for J.O. championships in 2017
2016 Aug 2 2016-2017 Women’s Program Rules and Policies
2016 July 22 USA Gymnastics Region 6 Newsletter summer 2016
2016 July 19 National Gymnaastics Day September 17

National Gymnastics Day website       Member Club Grant Application Form

New Guide to Gymnastics
Member Club Legislative Advocacy
2016 July 18 USA Gymnastics EVENT PHOTO & VIDEO POLICY
Limitations on Activity, Unauthorized Use, and Distribution

For considerations of liability, participant safety, and overall event enjoyment, family members/coaches are permitted to photograph and/or video their participant only from the designated spectator seating areas so as to not interfere with nor disrupt:
  • any portion of the event
  • event participants and their performance
  • the intended use of public areas
  • the viewing ability of others
All photos and videos taken during the event must be for personal use only.
Unauthorized commercial use, sale, or third party distribution of photos and videos from this event is strictly prohibited without prior written consent from USA Gymnastics. Violators are subject to immediate removal from the event and potentially held liable for any damage, or perceived damage, associated with the violation.
Prohibited Equipment: No Monopod, No Tripod, No Telephoto Lens greater than 6 inches or 200mm.
For the safety of the athletes, No Camera Flash is allowed during the event
2016 July 13 State meeting will be held at NLG on July 27th at 4:30 pm
2016 June 29 Gail McGann Vermont State Service Award winner
2016 May 16
2016 Apr 2 2016 Vermont State Meet Results
2016 Apr 1
2016 Apr 1 Risk Management Safety course
Gail will run a course for new coaches and renewals on June 13th at Cobra Gymnastics in Rutland, VT. This will begin at 4:30 PM. The course is up on the website to register. Go to Click on Women, go to left hand column for education. U101 course. You can also register by snail mail, download a form. The course code is GM06132016VT. It is helpful for everyone to register in advance. Of course, walk-ins are accepted but it is time consuming with the paperwork on site. Try to register online, if you have questions on fees, call the USA office.

NAWGJ Newsletter Spring 2016
2016 March 23 Vermont State Meet   Bellows Falls Union High School

Saturday April 2
Session 1
Xcel Bronze & Silver

10:30 am Open stretch
10:45 am March in
12:00 pm Awards

Session 2
Xcel Gold, Platinum, Diamond

12:45 pm Open Stretch
1:00 pm March in
2:45 pm Awards

Session 3
Level 6

3:45 pm Open Stretch
4:00 pm March in
5:20 pm Awards

Session 4
Level 7, 8, 9

6:00 pm Open Stretch
6:15 pm March in
8:30 pm Awards

Sunday April 3
Session 5
Level 5

8:00 am Open Stretch
8:15 am March in
9:15 am Awards

Session 6
Level 3

9:45 am Open Stretch
10:00 am March In
1:30 pm Awards
Session 7
Level 4

2:30 pm Open Stretch
2:45 pm March in
5:15 pm Awards
Admission: Adults - $8, 2 for $15. Kids 5-14 are $5
2016 Mar 19 2016 Green Mountain Invitational All Results are posted
2016 March 10 Green Mountain Invitational - Mardi Gras

Saturday March 19
Session 1
Xcel Bronze and Silver

08:00 am Open Stretch
08:15 am March in
10:30 am Awards
Session 2
Xcel Gold, Platinum, Diamond

11:15 am Open Stretch
11:30 am March in
0 3:45 pm Awards
Session 3
Level 5

4:30 pm Open Stretch
4:45 pm March in
5:45 pm Awards
Session 4
Level 7-10

6:15 pm Open Stretch
6:30 pm March in
9:30 pm Awards

Sunday March 20
Session 5
Level 6

08:00 am Open Stretch
08:15 am March in
10:15 am Awards
Session 6
Level 3 CVG, CVT, COB, RGA

10:45 am Open Stretch
11:00 am March in
02:00 pm Awards
Session 7
Level 3 Small Teams

2:45 pm Open Stretch
3:00 pm March in
5:00 pm Awards
Session 8
Level 4

5:30 pm Open Stretch
5:45 pm March in
8:45 pm Awards
2016 Mar 04 2016 Hip Hop Classic results are posted
2016 Feb 28 Groovin’ Classic 2016 results are posted
2016 Feb 26

Qualifying Scores & Age groups for States

  • Will be included in the state meet, they can also attend sectionals
  • Age groups: 5-7, 8-10, 11/12, 13/14, 15-18, 19+
  • Qualifying score: 32.0 to states
  • Event specialist qualifying score 8.0
Level 3
  • Will be allowed to go to sectionals if they want to
  • Age groups: 5-7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12+
  • Qualifying score: 31.0 to states, at a sectional or any meet that is sanctioned
Level 4
  • Age groups: 6-8, 9/10, 11, 12+
  • Qualifying score: sectional 29.0, states 31.0
Level 5
  • Age groups: 7-10, 11, 12, 13+
  • Qualifying score: Sectionals 29.0, states 31.0
Level 6
  • Age groups: 8-10, 11/12, 13/14, 15+
  • Qualifying score: States - 31.0
  • Event qualifying score is 8.0
Level 7
  • Age groups: 8-10, 11/12, 13/14, 15+
  • Qualifying score: States 32.0
  • Event qualifying score is 8.0
Level 8
  • Age groups: 8-11, 12, 13/14, 15+
  • Qualifying score: States 32.0
  • Event qualifying score is 8.0
Level 9 & 10
  • Age groups: determined later
  • Qualifying score: States 32.0
  • Level 9, 10 event qualifying score is 8.25
More information from State meeting 2015
2016 Feb 18 Jill G Vanderpot is running for the SACC position - please make sure your nominations are done by March 1st.
Nomination forms are available on the Region 6 website as well as on the facebook page.
2016 Feb 8 Sectional 2 results are posted
2016 Jan 28 Region 6 USA Gymnastics 2016 Winter Newsletter
2016 Jan 27 Sectional 2 at LeStudio on Feb 7th
Session 1
Xcel for NLG and LeStudio
Level 4,5 for Regal
Level 6,8 for Central Vermont
Level 3,4,5 for Kingdom

8:00 am Open stretch
8:15 am March in
8:25 am Warm up and Compete
11:45 am Awards

Session 2
Level 3 for Regal
Level 3,5 for NLG
Level 3,4,5 for Central VT
Xcel for Cobra

12:15 pm Open Stretch
12:30 pm March in
12:40 pm Warm up and Compete
4:30 pm Awards

Session 3
Sunrise, GMG, Brattleboro and Level 3,4 for Cobra (2 squads)

5:00 pm Open Stretch
5:15 pm March in
5:25 pm Warm up and Compete
7:30 pm Awards

2016 Jan 10 Sunrise Snowflake results are posted
2016 Jan 19 Sunrise Snowflake meet at Sunrise Gymnastics Sunday Jan 24
Session 1
Level 3-6

9:00 am Open warm-up
9:15 am Timed Warm-up
9:40 am March-in
1:00 pm Awards
Session 2
Xcel & Level 3-4 CVGA

1:30 pm Open warm-up
1:45 pm Timed Warm-up
2:20 pm March-in
5:30 pm Awards
2016 Jan 11 Groovin’ Classic at Northern Lights Gymnastics February 28 Information
2016 Jan 10 11th Royal Classic results are posted
2016 Jan 05 Attention Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Judges and Meet Directors:
Effective January 1, 2016, the rate for mileage reimbursement for judges is $0.54 per mile to reflect the recent decrease in the IRS standard mileage rate for 2016.
2015 Dec 17 Royal meet at Regal Gymnastics

Saturday Jan 9th, 2016

Session 1
Levels 7, 8, 9, 10
8:30 am Open Stretch

Session 2
JO Level 6, Xcel Platinum and Diamond
12:30 pm Open Stretch

Session 3
Xcel Bronze, Silver, Gold
5:00 pm Open Stretch

Sunday Jan 10th, 2016

Session 4
Levels 4, 5
8:30am Open Stretch

Session 5
Level 3
1:00 pm Open Stretch

2015 Dec 13 Sectional No 1 2015/2016 Results are posted
2015 Dec 03 Candy Land Invite 2015 Results are posted
2015 Dec 03 Harvest Classic Results are posted
2015 Dec 2 Sectional 1 at Kingdom Gymnastics on Sunday Dec 13
Session 1
CVT(2 sq), SR (2 sq), KG (L 4,5), NLG

08:30 am - Open stretch
08:45 am - Timed warm up
09:00 am - March in
11:45 am - Awards

Session 2
GMG, CVG, WA, KG (level 3)

12:45 pm - Open stretch
01:00 pm - Timed warm up
01:15 pm - March in
04:00 pm - Awards
2015 Nov 30 Candy Land Invite 2015 Sessions Schedule
2015 Nov 12 Green Mountain Invitational 2016
2015 Nov 11 Information about Sectional Meets and Green Mountain Invitational 2016
2015 Nov 3 Harvest Classic Northern Lights Gymnastics
Saturday Nov 21

Xcel - warm up/compete format
12:30 pm - open stretch
12:45 pm - timed warm up
01:00 pm - march in
03:30 pm - awards

Level 5, 7, 8, 9 - warm up/compete format    
04:30 pm - open stretch
04:45 pm - timed warm up
05:00 pm - march in
07:30 pm - awards
Sunday Nov 22

Level 4
08:00 am - open stretch
08:15 am - timed warm up
08:30 am march in
10:15 am awards

Level 3
11:15 am - open stretch
11:30 am - timed warm up
11:45 am - march in
02:30 pm - awards

Level 6
3:45 pm - open stretch
4:00 pm - timed warm up
4:15 pm - march in
6:15 pm - awards
2015 Oct 20
Professional Members whose Safety Certification expires July 31, 2016 can register and renew starting today! Members can renew up to one year prior to expiration. The new expiration date will be July 31, 2020

2015 Sep 27 NAWGJ Vermont Update September 2015
2015 Sep 23 State meeting 2015
2015 Sep 23 Meet calendar for 2015/2016 season

Nov 21-22 Harvest MeetNorthern Lights Gymnastics
Dec 5-6Candy Land meetLeStudio Gymnastics
Dec 13Sectional meet Nr 1Kingdom Gymnastics
Jan 9-10Royal meetRegal Gymnastics
Jan 24Sunrise SnowflakeSunrise Gymnastics
Feb 7Sectional meet Nr 2LeStudio Gymnastics
Feb 13-14I love VermontChamplain Valley Gymnastics
Feb 28Groovin’ ClassicNorthern Lights Gymnastics
March 4-6Hip Hop meetWoodman Athletics
March 19-20   Green Mountain Inv. & Sectional Nr 3       Green Mountain
Apr 2-3State ChampionshipsTBA
Mark your calendar for

The 17th annual National Gymnastics Day

on Saturday, September 19th, 2015
All gymnasts, coaches, gymnastics schools and fans are invited to celebrate the sport of gymnastics.
Show your salute! Submit photos to the USA Gymnastics Facebook page and post on Twitter and Instagram. Please post photos of celebrations using #NGD2015.
2015 Aug 19 NAWGJ Newsblast
2015 July 31 NAWGJ Newsletter 2015 Summer
2015 July 7 State Service Award recipient is

Robin Bourdeau

from Green Mountain Gymnastics for her hosting of the Green Mountain Invitational Meet. Thanks for your service and Congratulations!

(Pictured with husband and co-owner Gary)
2015 June 2 Vermont gymnasts at 2015 Regional Championships

      Congratulations to 2015 Xcel Gold Regional Vault Champion Ellie Quintin of Regal!
      Congratulations to 2015 Regional Champion Maci Prescott from LeStudio!
2015 May 4 Congratulations to girls from Regal Gymnastics competing at Regionals!
  • Level 9 - Eva Phair 4th on Vault and 8th All Around, qualifying as the 1st alternate to Eastern Nationals
  • Level 8 - Katherine Reeves- 2nd on Beam
  • Level 7 - Delaney Miller-Bottoms 4th on Vault and 6th on Beam
  • Level 7 - Ashley Poulin 4th on Bars, 6th on Beam and 6th All Around
2015 Mar 24 ProStar Team Camp organized by Regal Gymnastics Academy July 9-12
A technically-focused training camp for athletes and coaches who strive to get a head start on the 2015/2016 season. Open invitation to athletes level 6+ and training optional, and Xcel platinum & diamond.
2015 Mar 22 All Results State meet are posted
2015 Mar 7 State meet schedule is posted
2015 Mar 7 Green Mountain Invitational Meet All Results are posted
2015 Feb 27 2015 Hip Hop Classic Woodman Athletics Brattleboro Results are posted
2015 Feb 24 Green Mountain Invitational   March 7-8   Schedule is posted
2015 Feb 10 The web sites for the 2015 JO Events are up and running. As of today, you will find basic information for each event. As the hosts gather their information, we will continue to add content.
Annie Heffernon (USA Gymnastics Women’s JO Program Director
2015 Feb 09 Sectional Meet Nr 2 Results are posted
2015 Jan 12 Candy Land Invitational Meet Results are posted
2015 Jan 28 Sectional meet Nr 2 Woodman Athletics Sunday Feb 8, 2015

Session 1
NLG, CVT, Sunrise, Brattleboro,
WA level 4

8:00-8:15   open stretch
8:15   march in
8:25   warm up and competition
11:15   awards

Session 2
Regal, Cobra Comp, Kingdom,
GMG, WA level 3

12:15-1:00   open stretch
1:00   march in
1:10   warm up and competition
2:30   awards

Session 3
NLG xcel, Cobra Xcel, CVT Opt,
WA Opt and xcel

3:30-3:45   open stretch
3:45   march in
3:50   warm up and competition
5:30   awards

2015 Jan 12 Royal Classic Meet Results are posted
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