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Region 8 Judges Availability

Posted: 02.15.2018

There was an update in Adobe that canceled the addition of the Session Tracking Form. 


Region 8 Judges Availability for 2019 Regionals and Nationals is ready for use.  You must have Adobe Reader for fields to populate throughout forms.  Click HERE for 2018 Judges Availability form.

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2018 Tim Rand Memorial Golf Scramble

Posted: 02.08.2018

2018 Tim Rand Memorial Golf Scramble

June 10, 2018

Golf Course: Tanglewood Golf Course

Hosted by: The Region 8 Committee


11:00 a.m. – Registration and Boxed Lunch

12:00 p.m. – Shotgun Start


Please join us for a fun filled day of golf, prizes and food to commemorate Tim Rand's passing by doing something that he loved. All proceeds from this event will directly support t “TR Legends Fund”. This fund gives thousands of dollars annually to the membership of Region 8. To make this event the best it can possibly be we are looking for golfers to take part in what we feel is going to be a wonderful day!


The Tournament will be a four-person scramble. We will have prizes and other fun contests available for those who wish to take part. After the tournament we will have an awards ceremony, raffle give-away’s, a silent auction and buffet in the beautiful clubhouse.


The price per player is $100.00. Please make all checks payable to: Region 8 USAG.


Schedule of Events


11:00 a.m. – Registration, sale of “Mulligans” and raffle ticket packages, Boxed Lunch


11:30 a.m. – Rules Meeting


12:00 p.m. – Shotgun Start


After Tournament – Awards Reception, Raffle Give-Aways, Silent Auction and Buffet.


Tournament Organizer: Brad Harris  and Kenny Morphis


Golf Course


Tanglewood Golf Course

4201 Manor House Circle

Clemmons, NC 27012

(336) 703-6421


The golfer registration form.

For gyms or individuals willing to sponsor this event, the form is here.

Thanks and hope to see you there.

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Safe Sport Webinar

Posted: 01.29.2018

Informative Safe Sport video originally presented in the fall of 2017.

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Petition Forms

Posted: 01.22.2018

Petition forms for Level 9 & 10 Regionals and Xcel Regionals are available. Please use form link below and not the petition form from the national USA Gymnastics website. Petition Form, Letter from Coach and scores must be received by midnight Monday after your State Championship. There are no petitions to Level 6/7/8 Regionals since athletes qualify by percentage. NOTE: Regional qualification scores for Xcel athletes have been raised for the 2018 season. Petition scores must be 1.00 higher than qualification score.
Petitions may be sent as early as coach determines that the athlete will be unable to compete at their state championship.
Petition scores are as follows:
Bronze  38.00 or greater                       Xcel Petition Form 
Silver  37.50 or greater
Gold   37.00 or greater
Platinum 36.50 or greater
Diamond 36.00 AA or greater
Level 9 36.00 AA or greater                  Level 9 & 10 Petition Form   
Level 10 36.00 AA or greater

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JO Athletes who are not US Citizens

Posted: 01.11.2018

If you have ANY athletes, JO or Xcel, on your team that are NOT US citizens, or have represented a foreign country in an international competition, please read Chapter 2, pages 30-33 of the Women’s R&P. Each case is different, so please make sure you know the rules and follow the steps listed on page 32 of the Women’s R&P to insure your athlete eligible to compete.

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2018 Class ´╗┐Region 8 Hall of Fame

Posted: 01.11.2018

The 2018 Class for Region 8 Hall of Fame are as follows:
Melody LaFleur
Tim Lucas (posthumously)
Darlene Rose
Please join us as we induct these well deserved coaches at the banquet at Region 8 Congress on Friday, June 8, 2018. As you order tickets, if you are attending to honor a specific inductee, please put their name on your order form. This will assist with table assignments that are arranged prior to the banquet.

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Bids Awarded

Posted: 01.11.2018

2018 Training Camps
Level 6/7/8 Training Camp        Bull City                      July 20-22, 2018
National Team Training Camp  University of Georgia  September 7-9, 2018
Level 8/9/10 Training Camp      LaFleur’s Tampa         October 19-21, 2018
2019 Regional Championships

Level 9/10 Regionals      GAA at LakePoint Sporting Community Center       
Level 6/7/8 Regionals     Ultimate Gym Sports at Chattanooga Convention Center
Xcel Regionals                Foothills Gymnastics at Hickory Metro Convention Center

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Region 8 January 2018 Newsletter

Posted: 01.10.2018

Region 8 January 2018 newsletter was emailed January 10th.  If you are an active member of USA Gymnastics and live in Region 8 and did not receive this newsletter, please update your information at USA Gymnastics under Membership, then My Profile.


To receive copy of January 2018 newsletter email Deb.

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Region 8 Committee Minutes

Posted: 01.02.2018

Minutes from the December 5, 2017 Region 8 Committee meeting are available HERE.

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National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs

Posted: 12.26.2017

High school graduation marks a turning point in our lives: we leave home, make new friends, find out how expensive groceries really are, and start to figure out who we are as adults. Unfortunately, due to diminishing opportunities at the collegiate level, the end of high school also marks the end of gymnastics careers for hundreds of young athletes. The National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs (NAIGC) is dedicated to the promotion and support of collegiate club gymnastics. With more than 115 university club teams and with over 1,500 active members, the NAIGC is creating widespread opportunities by providing students with avenues to continue competing at the collegiate level.

This past year we were proud to establish the NAIGC Scholarship Fund which awarded $1,500 scholarships to two male and two female gymnasts entering their first semester of college. Granted on the basis of financial need, dedication to the sport, and overall academic achievement, this scholarship fund has allowed these accomplished gymnasts to continue competing in the sport they love. Our goal is to raise $15,000 to continue to provide opportunities for future college gymnasts.

Here’s where we need your help:
We are asking for a tax-deductible gift of $100 to grow this program and ensure that gymnasts are focused on their passion rather than their finances. Your support will give gymnasts the unforgettable experience of collegiate competition and create lasting friendships.

You can make your donation via our secure portal at NAIGC Scholarships page, or you can email scholarships@naigc.org for information on how to mail a check. We sincerely thank you in advance for your support!

For the love of the sport,

Tim Michaels | President | NAIGC Board of Directors
| NAIGC.net | Facebook


About the NAIGC:

The NAIGC sanctions a network of regional collegiate club competitions throughout the country culminating in an annual National Championships with over 1,200 participants. In 2006, the NAIGC elected its first Board of Directors and incorporated as a nonprofit. The NAIGC was recognized as a tax-exempt public charity in 2008.

Today, an elected Board of Directors, alongside its Advisors, runs the NAIGC. Most of these dedicated volunteers are current and former college club gymnasts. The NAIGC hosts this annual National Championship meet, as well as other gymnastics events throughout the year and supports its member clubs with variety of technological and administrative services.

Club Membership in the NAIGC is open to any collegiate and/or adult community gymnastics club in the United States. Individual Membership is open to any interested person over the age of 18, or any 17 year-old who is enrolled in a college or university. For more information, visit www.naigc.net

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