National Gymnastics Association

One Set of Rules

Our competitive program offers an all-optional program with different skill and level requirements for each of the fourteen (14) skill levels for women and ten (10) levels for men.  It is designed to combine all levels of competitive gymnastics into one program – Beginner-Skill Level 1 to College Bound-Skill Level 10

One Goal

To keep the business of gymnastics strong by providing a fun, safe environment for all levels of athletes, both men and women.

One Set of Deductions

Utilizing one program for each level of competition allows for one set of deductions over the fourteen (14) women’s levels offered and one set of deductions for the ten (10) levels for men. Having deductions based on the requirements of each level will streamline the coaching and judging process.

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National Gymnastics Association rules, procedures, and regulations for men’s and women’s gymnastics. Includes judge’s compensation package, athlete residency, competition formats, and more. FREE

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Indianapolis, IN 46229

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