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GIRLS' XCEL

The XCEL Program is designed to offer a broad-based, affordable competitive experience outside the traditional Junior Olympic Program to attract and retain a diverse group of athletes.

 

The Xcel Program offers competitive experiences with a meet season December through mid-April with the Xcel Regional Meet. During this meets, gymnasts have the opportunity to compete with gymnasts from other gyms and programs from across our region. These meets are an opportunity for the girls to get feedback from USAG Judges on the hard work they have been expending at practices.

Interested in girls' competitive gymnastics? Fill out the INTERESTED IN TEAM form and submit it to the office.

 

Want to know the difference between the Junior Olympic and Xcel programs? CLICK HERE

BRONZE

The purpose of the Xcel Bronze Program is to present gymnasts the opportunity to participate in competition and/or provide former Junior Olympic competitive gymnasts the opportunity to continue competition without the intense time commitment. Bronze is the first level of Xcel gymnastics.

The minimum age requirement for the Bronze division is 5 years old. (This means the gymnast must be 5 before she competes in her first meet.) The Bronze division is similar in skill requirements to the JO Program’s levels 1-2.

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SILVER

The minimum age requirement for the Silver division is 6 years old. (This means the gymnast must be 6 before she competes in her first meet.) The silver division is similar in skill requirements to the JO Program’s level 3 and 4.

 

GOLD

The minimum age requirement for the Gold division is 7 years old. (This means the gymnast must be 7 before she competes in her first meet.) The gold division is similar in skill requirements to the JO Program’s levels 4-6. The gymnast must score a 32 AA in Gold before advancing to the Platinum level or an 8.0 on an individual event to move forward as an Individual Event Specialist (IES).

 

PLATINUM/DIAMOND

The minimum age requirement for the Platinum division is 8 years old. (This means the gymnast must be 8 before she competes in her first meet.) The platinum division is similar in skill requirements to the JO program’s level 5-7. The gymnast must score a 32 AA in Platinum before advancing to the Diamond level or an 8.0 on an individual event to move forward as an Individual Event Specialist (IES).

 

The minimum age requirement for the Diamond division is 9 years old. (This means the gymnast must be 9 before she competes in her first meet.) The diamond division is similar in skill requirements to the JO program’s levels 7 & 8.

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