This is Alabama's spring meet schedule - please support our meets. We are working with all our meet hosts to provide a safe environment for our athletes, coaches, judges, and spectators. Alabama USA Gymnastics has formed the Alabama USA Gymnastics Competition Resources Committee to provide a round table group to develop ideas to help both our meet hosts and competitors for the upcoming season. We hope all of these ideas and guidance will provide for a great fall season.
January 22-24 - Magic City Invitational - Mountain Brook Gymnastics
January 29-31 - Winter Blue Gray Invitational - Armory Athletics - Multiplex at Cramton Bowl (Montgomery)
January 29-31 - Crimson Classic - Bama Bounders - Belk Center (Tuscaloosa)
February 19-21 - Mardi Gras Invitational - Zee's Gymnastics - Gaston HS (Gadsden)
February 19-21 - Planet Mardi Gras Meet - Planet Gymnastics (Mobile)
March 4-7 - Elevate The Stage - Knight Eady Sports - Von Braun Center (Huntsville)
March 12-14 - Clover Classic - Tuscaloosa Tumbling Tides (Tuscaloosa)
March 26-28 - Optional/Xcel State Meet - Legacy Gymnastics - Thompson HS (Alabaster)
April 22-25 - Level 6/7/8 Regionals - Armory & Bama Bounders - Multiplex at Cramton Bowl (Montgomery)
Good afternoon all,
As some live competitions are starting to take place, we have received questions about whose job it is to follow the local and state guidelines for hosting competitions. Please see below for wording created for this purpose:
USA Gymnastics has stated that a Meet Director may conduct a live sanctioned event, provided that the event is conducted in compliance with local and state government guidelines and laws. It is the Meet Director’s responsibility to stay informed on local regulations and ensure that they are conducting the sanctioned event accordingly. USA Gymnastics will contact the Meet Director directly should we be notified or become aware that a sanctioned event is potentially being conducted against local guidelines.
Please note: if the Meet Referee feels so inclined as to adding any concerns to the Sanction Report Form or to the new online Meet Referee reporting tool, that is up to them. Ultimately, if a USAG member enters a competition and feels it is not doing what is required pertaining to local COVID protocols, the Meet Director should be consulted first to allow them the opportunity to remedy the situation before a complaint is filed.
Women’s Development Program Director
130 E. Washington Street, Suite 700
Alabama State Committee Chair