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Girls Competitive Gymnastics Team

Queen City Gymnastics East

Our Team programs, otherwise known as “QCGE”.

We offer different team options. The Recreational team, which is a seasonal team with less commitment yet still allowing the athlete to experience competition and a USAG team (which is a year round commitment) for the athlete looking for a more competitive focus.

Our coaching crew is unique in the gymnastics world. Selected for their genuine love of children as well as their technical expertise, you will not find better coaches anywhere in any sport. Saying it another way, if you are concerned about the character of the people who mentor your children, QCG is the clear best choice for your kids.

FAQ

Q: Can my daughter be evaluated for a Team program?
A: Of course! We will be happy to schedule an evaluation by one of our coaches to place your child in the program best suited for her.

Q: What is the time commitment of a Team program?
A: Each Team program has a different level of commitment. Our Recreational Team is a seasonal commitment, while our USA Gymnastics Team is a year round commitment. Practice hours increase as levels of competition increase.

Q: What kind of fees are involved?
A: Team Tuition is charged on a monthly basis. There are additional fees that cover competitive apparel and competition fees.

Developmental Team - A select group of gymnasts, ages 5–7, who have demonstrated gymnastics ability and show promise for the competitive program. Gymnasts are exposed to all Olympic events, and also strength and flexibility development. Gymnasts have the opportunity to be part of the team by competing in a few in-house, low pressure competitions.

Recreational Team - This program offers recreational competition for girls from our Mighty Jammer classes who aren’t interested in year-round competition, but would still like the opportunity to compete as part of a team. These gymnasts will learn routines on all Olympic events and will compete in a mix of in-house and local recreational meets. Their competitive season runs February through mid-April (work-outs begin in January) and culminate with League Championships.

USAG Team - USAG competition for girls in levels 3+. These gymnasts will learn routines on all Olympic events and will compete in 6–7 sanctioned competitions. Their competitive season runs November through mid-April and culminates with State Championships. Participation requires a year round commitment and is by invitation only.

 

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