Competitive Girls Team

 

Spring 2018 Competition Schedule

Team Camps and Clinics Online Registration Page

Description of Team Levels

Pre-Team – This level is a low key, motivating environment for the up and coming gymnast. The focus is on creating a strong physical foundation for the skills necessary for competitive gymnastics. Gymnasts may be introduced to Level 2 or 3 compulsory competitive gymnastics after this stage or they may remain in the Pre-Team system. At this level, gymnasts train 4 hours a week!

 

J.O. Compulsory Team

Levels 2, 3, 4, & 5 – This is the Compulsory competitive level. The focus is on learning how to compete while they begin training on more advanced optional skills. Gymnasts perform set routines that are standard across the nation. Gymnasts will compete at USAG Invitational meets receiving awards based on scores on each event in their age level and division. During a season, gymnasts may qualify for Sectionals or State competitions.  At this level, gymnasts train anywhere from 8 to 15 hours a week!

J.O. Optional Team

Levels 6-10 – Advanced optional level routines are developed and choreographed individually by the coaches for each gymnast’s strength, style, and difficulty level. At these levels, the Gymnastics skills become much more difficult and it takes more time to obtain them and to move up through the program. Gymnasts will compete at USAG Invitational meets receiving awards based on scores on each event in their age level and division. During a season, gymnasts may qualify for State, Regional, western, or National competitions. At this level, gymnasts train from 14 to 16 hours a week.

TOPs (Talent Opportunity Program) is a talent search and educational program for female gymnasts ages 7-10 and their coaches. During the months of June and July gymnasts age 7-10 are evaluated on physical abilities at the state or regional level. These dates are set by your State TOP manager in conjunction with the National TOP Manager. From there, athletes are invited to participate in the National TOP test that is conducted in the month of October where they will be evaluated on the same physical abilities tests along with some basic gymnastics skills. Athletes are then invited to participate in the National TOP Training camp which takes place in December of each year.  This program is by invitation only.  At Rigert Elite, we start training our athletes in this group as young as 4 to prepare them for their first TOPS testing at age 7.  This is a very select group of girls and is by invitation only.  Out of over 60 competitive athletes, there are only 6 currently training TOPS

ACE  — Rigert Elite has what we call our ACE program, or our Accelerated Compulsory Elite program.  It is a program we implemented starting in 2017. The purpose of this program is to help progress students, who we have selected through the Pre-Team and Compulsory Program (Levels 2-5), quicker in order for them to start competing and to reach higher levels of gymnastics at a younger age. These gymnasts were selected based on the level of abilities they display for their age. A requirement of ACE is to be a part of one of our team groups, whether it be a Pre-Team or Competitive Team group. The ACE practice is an additional day of training to help the selected girls progress faster and to begin learning higher level skills sooner.  This is a very select group of girls and is by invitation only.  Out of over 60 competitive athletes there are currently only 15 training ACE

State & Regional Titles

* 2018 *

2018 Women’s Bars State Champion – Level 6 – Hannah Anderon

* 2017 *

2017 Women’s Vault State Champion – Level 6 – Faith Flury

2017 Women’s AA State Champion – Level 6 – Alondra Gutierrez

2017 Women’s Regional Qualifier – Skyler Tippin and Kendal Shride

2017 Women’s Beam State Champion – Level 3 – Elliott Johnson

2017 Women’s Bars State Champion – Level 3 – Elliott Johnson

2017 Women’s Vault State Champion – Level 4 – Dakoda Simoneau

* 2016 *

2016 Women’s Beam State Champion – Level 3 – Elliott Johnson

2016 Women’s Bars State Champion – Level 3 – Mika Moseyko

2016 Women’s AA State Champion – Level 3 – Mika Moseyko

2016 Women’s Beam State Champion – Level 3 – Maggie Zelinka

2016 Women’s Vault State Champion – Level 5 – Alondra Gutierrez

2016 Women’s AA State Champion – Level 5 – Alondra Gutierrez

2016 Women’s Regional Qualifer – Level 8 – Ryan Lincoln and Skyler Tippin

* 2015 *

2015 Women’s Bars State Champion – level 4

2015 Women’s Beam State Champion – level 4

2015 Women’s Floor State Champion – level 4

2015 Women’s All Around State Champion – level 4

2015 Women’s Vault State Champion – level 6

2015 Women’s Vault State Champion – level 8

2015 Women’s Bars State Champion – level 8

2015 Women’s Floor State Champion – level 8

2015 Women’s All Around State Champion – level 8

2015 Women’s Regional Qualifier – level 8 (2 gymnasts)

2015 Women’s Regional All Star Team Qualifier – level 8

2015 Women’s Regional Vault Champion – level 8

* 2014 *

2014 Women’s Vault State Champion – level 3

2014 Women’s Bars State Champion – level 3

2014 Women’s Beam State Champion – level 4

2014 Women’s Beam State Champion – level 7

2014 Women’s Regional Qualifier – level 8

2014 Women’s Regional Qualifier – level 10

* 2013 *

2013 Women’s Vault State Champion – level 6

2013 Women’s Beam State Champion – level 6