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IEGA Team

Mighty Mite Pre Team Level 2

Gymnasts invited to move to Pre Team when they have passed the evaluation for Pre Team or are invited to Mighty Mite Pre Team.  Gymnasts at this level workout two days per week for two and a half hours each practice.  This is the only team class that has the ability to do makeup classes.  Competition for this level is through USAG and Southern California Women's Gymnastics and runs September thru November. Gymnasts are awarded by color, the judges do not give scores.

Level 3

Level 3 is the first scored USAG competition level. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at the level train three days per week for a total of 9.5 hours per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September thru November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 3 gymnasts can compete in the Level 3 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

 

Level 4

Level 4 is the next USAG competition level at IEGA. This is a compulsory level.  Gymnasts at the level train four days per week.  There are no makeup classes for missed workouts.  Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California.  The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September thru November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets.  Level 4 gymnasts can compete in the Level 4 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

 

Level 5

Level 5 is a continuation of training in the USAG compulsory level, with slightly more difficult routines and skills.  Gymnasts train four to five days per week.  There are no makeup classes for missed workouts.  Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California.  The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September thru November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets.  Level 5 gymnasts can compete in the Level 5 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

 

Level 6

New this year. Level 6 is the "bridge" between compulsory and optional competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California. This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family. Gymnasts training at level 6 train 5 days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January thru March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 6 gymnasts can compete in the Level 6 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season.

 

Level 7

Level 7 is the next optional level of competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California.  This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family.  Gymnasts training at level train 5 days per week for a total of 20 hours per week.  There are no makeup classes for missed workouts.  The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January thru March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets.  Level 7 gymnasts can compete in the Level 7 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season.

 

Level 8 - 10

Level 8 - 10 continues optional levels of USAG competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California.  This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family.  Gymnasts training at level train 5 - 6 days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts.  The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January thru March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets.  Level 8 - 10 gymnasts can compete in the Level 8 - 10 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season.  Gymnasts at this level also have an oppotunity to qualify to attend Regionals and 9-10 Westerns.

 

 USAIGC - Copper, Bronze, and Silver

 USAIGC is an optional competitive gymnastics program. More Details available soon. Please contact the office.

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