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Region 8 Training Camp Forms

Posted: 05.10.2018

Region 8 Training Camp Forms.


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Region 8 Address Book Forms Now Available

Posted: 05.02.2018

This information is essential for state and regional chairmen to be able to contact you with important information during the year.  Please complete today! 

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How to Talk About Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

Posted: 04.24.2018

As part of our outreach for Child Abuse Prevention Month, the USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Department recently conducted a webinar on “How to Talk About Child Sexual Abuse Prevention,” which is available in the webinar archive.  I have included a link to the webinar because it provides some of the guidance you and your professional members have requested for addressing safe sport issues. 
 
 


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State Chairman Election Results

Posted: 04.17.2018

Below are the results of the State Chairman election. 

Alabama - Mike Holdefer
Louisiana - Jackie Latino
North Carolina - Jennie Adams


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All of Region 8's volunteer state and regional officers meet with USA Gymnastics new CEO.

Posted: 03.12.2018

I am proud to let you know that all 8 State Chairman and all 4 Regional Chairman met with 76 other state, regional, and national chairman, from all over the country, and USA Gymnastics new CEO Kerry Perry and USA Gymnastics Women's programs National staff members yesterday.

 

I came away from the meeting with renewed confidence that USA Gymnastics is doing the right things to correct past errors and to move forward to be better than ever! Better communication with athletes, clubs, coaches, parents, and judges has already began and more will start soon. Look for video during American Cup coverage this weekend.

 

This is a statement from the 88 volunteer chairman that met February 28, 2018 in Indianapolis:

 

USA Gymnastics holds the highest standard of care for athletes and members.

 

We have the desire to rebuild and to move forward.

 

We have the opportunity right now, in the history of USA Gymnastics, in our sport, and in our country, to lead, saying, we are going to get it right. By doing that, we will honor our athletes who have been impacted and we will honor all USA Gymnastics members and participants, including, but not limited to, athletes, coaches, parents, judges, and volunteers.

 

We will not be the organization that shuts the doors, changes the name, and puts a new face on the same institution.

 

At the end of the day, we have an opportunity to improve USA Gymnastics. We have an obligation to meet the challenge that has been set before us and to become a better organization. It is about sharing positive gymnastics stories and getting it right.

 

We will get it right.

 

Eighty-Eight Women’s Program USA Gymnastics National, Regional, and State leaders stood today to wholeheartedly support USA Gymnastics.

 

Here are some of the highlights:

 

  • Athlete Assistance fund has been set up to assist affected athletes
  • Athlete Task Force has been set up to help shape our future
  • The Ranch training center has been closed and USA gymnastics is working to set up a world class Training center for all the disciplines of USA gymnastics
  • Kerry Perry, CEO has set up and attended listening forums at clubs around the country with coaches, athletes, parents and professional members to discuss safe sport and ideas for the future of USA gymnastics

 

We would love to have your positive thoughts to help us move forward. If you have a special positive story about an athlete that shows how gymnastics can impact athlete's lives, please send it to me. If your club is making changes in your policies that may go over and beyond what Safe Sport is doing or you have an idea that will benefit our athletes/coaches and clubs please send it to me. We can not let the bad press from Nassar define who we are and take away all of the positive things that our sport provides. Be a part of making our sport better than it has ever been.

 


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JO Nationals Training Day Schedule

Posted: 03.09.2018

2018 Jr. Olympic Nationals

Training Day Schedule – Jr.’s

Friday, May 11th

Region 8 will split our Jr. athletes into four groups (one group on each event) on a sign-up sheet that will be available at the 3:15p meeting. We will have 30 mins. per event. There will be approx. 10 athletes per group and you will rotate in Olympic order from where you START.

 3:15 p.m. – Mandatory Region 8 Coaches Meeting

 3:30 p.m. – Stretch in JR. Gym

 4:00 p.m. – Rotation # 1 in the Jr. Gym / Flight 1

 4:30 p.m. - Rotation # 2 in the Jr. Gym / Flight 1

 5:00 p.m. - Rotation # 3 in the Jr. Gym / Flight 1

 5:30 p.m. - Rotation # 4 in the Jr. Gym / Flight 1

 Coaches may decide to break the athletes up into two groups for 15 minutes each to facilitate apparatus changes.

View article for Senior's workout schedule.

2018 Jr. Olympic Nationals

Training Day Schedule – Sr.’s

Friday, May 11th

 

Region 8 will split our Sr. athletes into four groups (one group on each event) on a sign-up sheet that will be available at the 3:15p meeting. We will have 30 mins. per event. There will be approx. 10 athletes per group and you will rotate in Olympic order from where you START.

3:15 p.m. – Mandatory Region 8 Coaches Meeting

3:30 p.m. – Stretch in SR. Gym 

4:00 p.m. – Rotation # 1 in the Sr. Gym / Flight 1

4:30 p.m. - Rotation # 2 in the Sr. Gym / Flight 1

5:00 p.m. - Rotation # 3 in the Sr. Gym / Flight 1

5:30 p.m. - Rotation # 4 in the Sr. Gym / Flight 1

Coaches may decide to break the athletes up into two groups for 15 minutes each to facilitate apparatus changes.


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Women’s Nominations for National Committee Chair Positions

Posted: 03.07.2018

 

All nominees must be USA Gymnastics Women’s Program Professional Members in good standing for a minimum of two consecutive years immediately prior to the nomination, be at least 21 years old, and meet the prerequisites in Article V of the Operating Code Sections E, F and G found posted on the USA Gymnastics website, Women’s Program home page. The positions are four (4) year terms 2018-2022.

Nominations are to be sent to Annie Heffernon, the Women’s JO Program Director, at the USA Gymnastics office by March 31, 2018.

 

National officers shall be elected by the members of their respective committee.

  • The voting shall be by written ballot.

  • Shall serve for four (4) years

    NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPIC COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN (NJOCC)

  • Must have coached a gymnast who has qualified to the Junior Olympic Nationals or

    East/West Championships within the prior or current Olympic cycle.

  • Presently coaching at the Junior Olympic level.

  • Must have been a Regional Junior Olympic Committee Chairman (RJOCC) or National Junior

    Olympic Committee Chairman (NJOCC).
    I nominate: _________________________________________________________

    NATIONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN (NTCC)

Must have been a Brevet judge for at least six (6) years and served as a member of the

Technical Committee.

I nominate: _________________________________________________________

NATIONAL XCEL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN (NXCC)

  • Must have been elected and served as a RXCC or NXCC and

  • Is currently working as a coach, judge or administrator in the Xcel program.

    I nominate: _________________________________________________________


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All of Region 8's volunteer state and regional officers meet with USA Gymnastics new CEO

Posted: 03.02.2018

I am proud to let you know that all 8 State Chairman and all 4 Regional Chairman met with 76 other state, regional, and national chairman, from all over the country, and USA Gymnastics new CEO Kerry Perry and USA Gymnastics Women's programs National staff members yesterday.

I came away from the meeting with renewed confidence that USA Gymnastics is doing the right things to correct past errors and to move forward to be better than ever! Better communication with athletes, clubs, coaches, parents, and judges has already began and more will start soon. Look for video during American Cup coverage this weekend.
 


This is a statement from the 88 volunteer chairman that met February 28, 2018 in Indianapolis:

USA Gymnastics holds the highest standard of care for athletes and members.

We have the desire to rebuild and to move forward.

We have the opportunity right now, in the history of USA Gymnastics, in our sport, and in our country, to lead, saying, we are going to get it right. By doing that, we will honor our athletes who have been impacted and we will honor all USA Gymnastics members and participants, including, but not limited to, athletes, coaches, parents, judges, and volunteers.

We will not be the organization that shuts the doors, changes the name, and puts a new face on the same institution.

At the end of the day, we have an opportunity to improve USA Gymnastics. We have an obligation to meet the challenge that has been set before us and to become a better organization. It is about sharing positive gymnastics stories and getting it right.

We will get it right.

Eighty-Eight Women’s Program USA Gymnastics National, Regional, and State leaders stood today to wholeheartedly support USA Gymnastics.

Here are some of the highlights:

Athlete Assistance fund has been set up to assist affected athletes
Athlete Task Force has been set up to help shape our future
The Ranch training center has been closed and USA gymnastics is working to set up a world class Training center for all the disciplines of USA gymnastics
Kerry Perry, CEO has set up and attended listening forums at clubs around the country with coaches, athletes, parents and professional members to discuss safe sport and ideas for the future of USA gymnastics

We would love to have your positive thoughts to help us move forward. If you have a special positive story about an athlete that shows how gymnastics can impact athlete's lives, please send it to me. If your club is making changes in your policies that may go over and beyond what Safe Sport is doing or you have an idea that will benefit our athletes/coaches and clubs please send it to me. We can not let the bad press from Nassar define who we are and take away all of the positive things that our sport provides. Be a part of making our sport better than it has ever been.


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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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