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future stars gymnastics results 2019

future stars gymnastics results 2019

future stars gymnastics results 2019

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The aim is to continue to channel FSC's inspiration into a platform that attracts and retains children by telling them the story of the Gymnastics family, from little girls to big stars.

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The Rising Stars Gymnastics Team was started in 1991 by head coach and owner, Julie Willmott. At the time, the team worked out of a mini-gymnasium at the old Pompano Beach High School. In 1996, Julie and her then partner, Julie Borghi, incorporated as All-American Academy. They opened the first gym in a tiny warehouse in Pompano in 1996 and the team worked out there for three years. Julie Borghi moved to Colorado in 1997, and Julie Willmott continued the running of the gym and team. About this time Nataly Parkinson joined the gym as Julie's assistant. In 1999, the gym was moved to the Pompano Fashion Square Mall. Declining mall traffic and construction coupled with Julie's expanding family made it impossible to keep the independent program going. Julie closed the gym in mid 2001 and spent the next four years renting space from other gyms in the Boca Raton area so that the Rising Stars Gymnastics team could continue to thrive. During all of this time, Julie continued to run the City of Boca Raton gymnastics program, where many of the present team members started their training. In 2005, Julie partnered with two other coaches/gym owners and opened Rising Stars Gymnastics in east Boca Raton. Once again, the team has its own gym!

It is the mission of the Rising Stars Gymnastics team to promote and encourage participation in the sport of competitive gymnastics by any individual who has the interest, desire, and ability to participate. The Rising Stars Gymnastics team is based upon building self-esteem, self-discipline, and a well-rounded individual. At Rising Stars Gymnastics, we believe that the entire child needs to be developed, not just the athlete, and we believe that family and school should be the most important things in any athlete's life. We believe in structuring our teaching to compensate for the obligations of family life and school functions. We strive to build our athletes' self-esteem by searching out ways for them to succeed through meet choices and our developmental approach to competing. (Source: www.gokidschoice.com)

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The Junior National Development Team is determined through the use of a "Future Stars" National Championships/Evaluation held in the fall of each year. The competition targets the 10, 11, and 12-year old age groups of athletes and involves athletes being judged/evaluated on the six events using a basic skills compulsory routine composed of approximately ten basic skills elements placed together in routine form. In addition, there are events that involve evaluation on trampoline, flexibility, strength and body positions. The evaluations are done by a coach/Junior National Coaching Staff member and a NGJA judge working together to produce a score based on technique and execution.

The Future Stars National Championships showcase the USA's top 10-, 11-, and 12-year-old male gymnasts who perform special Future Stars competitive routines. Based on the results at the championships, USA Gymnastics identifies the Junior National Developmental Team, which includes the top 18 gymnasts in both the 10- and 11-year-old divisions and the top 14 gymnasts in the 12-year-old division. The top nine athletes in the 10- and 11-year-old divisions, and the top seven athletes in the 12-year-old division will be invited to a special Future Stars camp to be held at the USOPTC next summer. The 2019 Junior Developmental Team is listed below. (Source: usagym.org)

 

 

 

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