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Important News & Updates
The Closing of Another Meet Season
As the 2022 meet season comes to a close it is time to start preparing for the 2023 competition season. Coaches and gyms if you know you are planning to host a competition in the 2023 competitive season, please start submitting your information to the State Director so that your meet can be placed on the Calendar for next season.
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2022-2024 FIG Code of Points 2021-2024 Junior Competition Manual 2021-2022 Men's Junior Elite Technical Sequences 2021-2024 Men's Future Stars Program Rules Men's Age Group Competition Program Update #6 - 9/12/18 (PDF) Men's Age Group Competition Program Update #5 - 8/08/18 (PDF) Men's Age Group Competition Program Update #4 - 1/11/18 (PDF) USA Gymnastics Men's Rules & Policies
2016-2020 Age Group Competition Program/Future Stars Update #1, 7/31/16
Update #2, 1/4/17
Update #3, 4/10/17
Men's Age Group Competition Program Update #3 - 7/28/17
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Region 8 Men's Gymnastics
2022 - 2023 Calendar
|Date||Meet Name||Location||Host Gym|
|Sep 17 - Sep 17||State Future Stars||Gainesville, FL||Sun Country Gymnastics|
|Nov 5 - Nov 6||SGJA Judges Course||Virtual||SGJA|
|Nov 12 - Nov 13||Judges Cup||Sarasota, FL||Evo Athletics|
|Jan 7 - Jan 8||Gator Swamp Invite||Celebration Pointe Gainesville FL||Sun Country|
|Jan 13 - Jan 15||Gym Force Classic||Tulley Gymnasium Tallahassee, FL||Gym Force|
|Jan 20 - Jan 23||Whitlow Invitational||ESPN Wide World of Sports, Orlando||Orlando Metro|
|Jan 27 - Jan 29||Daytona Beach Invite||Daytona Beach, FL||ACE Gymnastics|
|Feb 15 - Feb 20||Presidential Classic||ESPN Wide World of Sports, Orlando||USA Competitions|
|Feb 24 - Feb 26||Gasparilla Classic Invite||Tropicana Field Tampa, FL||Lightning City Gymnastics|
|Mar 3 - Mar 5||FL Men's State Championships||Estero Rec. Center Estero, FL||Meet Magic|
|Mar 31 - Apr 2||Compulsory & Optional Regional Championships||Savannah, GA||USA Competitions|
|Apr 28 - Apr 30||Mens Eastern Championships||Ft. Lauderdale, FL||USA Competitions|
|May 10 - May 14||Development Program National Championships||TBA||USA Gymnastics|
Men's Gymnastics Has Six Competitive Events
Athletes must perform a series of skills including forward, backward, sideways, and other tumbling variation. Additionally they must perform non-acrobatic skills demonstrating strength, flexibility, as well as artistic elements.
Athletes must perform various types of swings including lateral, circular, and various others, and must also perform variations with turns, handstands, or flairs and must also travel across the horse.
Athletes must perform various types skills on rings with the goal being to keep the rings still while in holds. Skills include kips, swings, swing handstand, swing to strength, as well as strength holds and dismounts.
Athletes must perform one or two vaults depending on their level. Vaults can be performed from one of five element groups including handspring and round off entry vaults with or without varying degrees of twists.
Athletes must perform various types of swings while competing on this event. These swings include support swings, long hang swings, swings with the body supported on the upper arms and in-bar swings, as well as a dismount.