Welcome to the Virginia USA Gymnastics Website!

This site will keep you up to date on all the latest news,
meet information and results for Virginia women’s gymnastics.

Hotel Blocks for JO National Events

Level 9 Easterns Web Site – http://www.usagymeastern.com/info/ – hotel block – http://www.ntssportstravel.com/book/apr16/womens-easterns.shtml Level 9 Westerns Web Site – http://www.usagymwestern.com/info/ – hotel block – http://www.ntssportstravel.com/book/apr16/womens-westerns.shtml Level 10 JO Nationals Web Site – http://www.jonationals.com/info/ – hotel block... read more

2016 SACC Nominations

All nominees must be: Professional Members of the Women’s Program at least 21 years old and in good standing for a minimum of two (2) consecutive years immediately prior to the nomination. 2016 SACC call for nominations: A member in good standing is defined as a person who has complied with all aspects of the program as outlined in the Rules and Policies. Special circumstances involving residency criteria for any State or Regional Chairman position can be petitioned to the Regional Administrative Committee (RAC), in consultation with the National Administrative Committee Chairman (NACC), if necessary. Prior to being placed on the ballot, all nominees must sign a document that verifies that they have read and understand the duties and responsibilities of the office for which they have been nominated and submit their resumes to the appropriate USA Gymnastics officer.  Current elected officers seeking re-election must be compliant with all their duties and responsibilities. CRITERIA: SECTION L- STATE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN (SACC) Must have been active within that State’s program for a minimum of two (2) consecutive years. It is strongly recommended that the candidates have financial skills, organizational skills, communication skills, a working knowledge of the program, a willingness to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the position. (See Duties and Responsibilities – Operating Code) SECTION E – STATE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN (SACC) State Administrative Committee Chairmen (SACC) shall be elected by the Professional members of the Women’s Program in their respective states.   They shall serve for two (2) years and be elected in the spring on even- numbered years.   Elections to be completed by April 15th. Term of office to begin July... read more

Level 8 Vault Clarification

Level 8 Vault Questions   Is a coach allowed to ask for and receive the average of the first vault at Level 8? Coaches can ALWAYS ask for the score of the first vault at ANY level. Many times it’s an issue of protecting a slightly injured athlete from doing another vault if the first vault score is adequate and acceptable.  Sometimes the gymnast plans to perform two different vaults and the coach wants to know the score of each to determine which was the counting vault.  For Level 8’s, it’s essential that the coach knows the score of the first vault to assist in their decision to have the gymnast try a second vault or not.   Please explain the 1.00 deduction for the coach spotting (assisting) during the post-flight for Level 8?  Is there ever a time that we would void a Level 8 vault, in regards to the spotting deduction? If a Level 8 (or any optional gymnast for that matter) is spotted in pre-flight or support phase, the vault is Void. Since Level 8 is the first level at which salto vaults can be performed, the JO and Technical Committees decided to add a 1.00 deduction for spotting in the post-flight to encourage coaches to not be reluctant to “bump” the salto in order for the athlete to complete more of the BA rotation. While the intent was to keep the athletes safer on flipping vaults, it is also applicable to any vault performed by Level 8’s.   If the gymnast is spotted not only in the post-flight, but also during the landing phase, the spotting... read more