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Call for Nominations for SACC

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New USA Gymnastics Training Available

Attention Women’s Artistic Coaches and Judges! Take a look at the NEW course J412- Optional Beam Connections: To Give or Not Give covering how to identify connected elements.

Visit the Complete USA Gymnastics University Course Catalog on the Education page for details on the course using this link:


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Qualification 2016:

Level 7, 8, 9 & 10 Regionals-34.00 AA (Level 9 & 10 event specialists- 9.0 on the event(s) they are competing at State)

Qualification Scores for Xcel:

Bronze: Only the top 6 gymnasts overall from the state meet. (Bronze Level is eliminated from Regionals- Except each state will send a state team of the top 6 Bronze in the State)
Silver: 34.00
Gold: 33.00
Platinum: 32.00
Diamond: 32.00

Region 1 Championships Bid Requests

We are requesting bids for the following meets:

2017 Level 7 & Xcel: April 21-23, Level 8 - 10: April 7-9
2018 Level 7 & Xcel: April 21-22, Level 8 - 10: April 13-15

Bids are due by fax (209) 464-5393 or e-mail ( by January 15, 2016. Please e-mail with your intent to bid prior to that date.
Regional Meet Host Responsibilities
Bid Form

2016 Region 1 Championships

Level 7 & Xcel: Phoenix, AZ - Hosted by Arizona Dynamics.
Level 8 – 10: Las Vegas, NV - Hosted by Brown's Gymnastics.

Region I Board Meeting Minutes

Posted here. - August 23, 2015

Congratulations to the 2014-2016
State Administrative Committee Chairman

AZ- Debby Farrelly
Nor-Cal- Evelyn Paradis
So-Cal- Ellie Gerber
NV- Cassie Rice
UT- Charity Christensen

Welcome to the new members and thank you to the returning members!

To the Gymnastics Community:

Complaint letters about a member of USA Gymnastics must be signed by the individual making the complaint before USA Gymnastics can institute our member misconduct procedures.

Professional Member Misconduct Involving Athletes

A brief look at USA Gymnastics’ handling professional member misconduct involving athletes

USA Gymnastics expects its professional members and clubs to provide a positive and healthy environment for youngsters who participate in gymnastics. USA Gymnastics provides an education program, has a strong code of ethics and requires completion of a safety-certification program for professional members. The organization has also added a requirement for background checks as a condition of professional membership, with renewal background checks every two years.

USA Gymnastics takes seriously any allegation of professional member misconduct or inappropriate behavior involving athletes. The organization’s bylaws include provisions for processing allegations and spell out the types of discipline, including termination of membership, which may be administered by the organization.

When USA Gymnastics terminates the membership of a coach or other professional member, that individual is permanently ineligible for membership in USA Gymnastics. This lifetime ban means the individual does not have any of the rights or privileges associated with membership in USA Gymnastics, including but not limited to participation in any event conducted or sanctioned by USA Gymnastics. In addition, USA Gymnastics makes such terminations public by posting a complete list of terminated members on USA Gymnastics’ Web site. The list of terminated members also is published in official publications at least once a year and when someone is added to the list.

USA Gymnastics is a national membership organization with approximately 90,000 athlete members and 17,000 instructor and professional members.

Links to referenced documents

USA Gymnastics Code of Ethics

USA Gymnastics Bylaws, Articles 9-10

USA Gymnastics list of terminated members