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The Quest for the Diamond Gymnastics Invitational will take place on the campus of Michigan City High School on Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11, 2018.   USA Gymnastics Levels 1-10/Xcel are invited to participate for individual event, all-around and teams honors.

Michigan City High School houses Indiana’s eighth largest public high school gymnasium, “The Wolves Den.” The Wolves Den is also the tenth largest high school gymnasium in the United States, with a seating capacity of 7100.

Registration Form and Deadlines

Hold your place in the competition using the meet reservation system at usagym.org.  When your registration is ready forward it from the USA Gymnastics Reservation System to your account at www.allgymnastics.com to complete your registration.  At the completion of your reservation at USA Gymnastics you will receive directions on how to do this.

Registration deadline:  October 19, 2018

Any fees received after the registration deadline date will be accessed a $10.00 per gymnast late fee.  A full refund will be given if cancelled in writing by October 26th. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER OCTOBER 26, 2018.

Participation and Registration Fees

All USA Gymnastics Women’s Program athlete members are eligible to compete at the Quest for the Diamond for individual and team titles. The following levels will be contested at the competition:

Level 1 – 5 USAG $75.00
Xcel $75.00
Level 6 – 10 $90.00
Team Entries $50.00

SPECTATOR ADMISSION FEES:

$8.00 per person per day

Children 5 and under Free

Competition Venue

MICHIGAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL

8466 W. Pahs Road
Michigan City, IN 46360

Competition Dates and Times

Competition Schedule will be released after the registration deadline.

Competition Format

The Quest for the Diamond Gymnastics Invitational will consist of a modified capitol cup format for all levels.

MODIFIED CAPITOL CUP FORMAT – Two sets of apparatus in one gym and where the first four squads (Flight 1) have timed warm-ups and competition on one set of apparatus, while the second four squads (Flight 2) have timed warm-ups and competition on the other set of apparatus.   As soon as the squads in Flight 1 finish timed warm-ups on their first event and begin competition, the four squads in Flight 2 begin their timed warm-ups on their first event. Once Flight 1 completes competition on the first event, the judges move to the other set of apparatus to judge Flight 2. The two flights continue to alternate between warm-up and competition until all eight squads have completed all four events.  2)Since the timed warm-ups are conducted on the competition apparatus immediately preceding the competition on the event, 30-second touch warm-ups are not required.

Team Competition

Registration for the team competition is $50.00 per team per level as indicated on the Official Registration Form. Team rankings will be determined by the total of the top three (3) scores from each event for each team registered. There is no designation of team members unless clubs enter more than one team. Teams with more than 12 team members could be separated into different groups and start on different events and possibly different sessions. It will be necessary to provide a minimum of 2 coaches with team members over 12 members.  If placed in two different sessions the one team entry will be valid for both sessions.  No additional team fee is necessary.

Awards

Event placement medals will be given for half of the age group up to 10 places and 100% All-Around and be recognized on the awards stand.   First place All-Around winners will receive a coveted All-Around Diamond.

Team awards will be awarded to 1st to 3rd place teams for all sessions and all levels.

Miscellaneous Competition Details

A. All current rules of USA Gymnastics J.O. Program and Xcel Program will be used for all USAG levels of competition.

B. Floor Exercise Music: MP3 and ipods/ipads will be accepted for this competition. Coaches are responsible for bringing their gymnast’s music cued to the designated music table in competition order. The coach is responsible for giving the Music Coordinator the start cue. All Floor Exercise music must be clearly marked with the Athlete’s first name, last name and team name.

For any questions regarding the Quest for the Diamond Gymnastics Invitational contact Linda Barclay, Competition Director by calling 317.891.8260 or by email to info@usasportsproduction.com.

Hotel Information

Host Hotel information coming soon!

Directions

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Michigan City High School

8466 W. Pahs Road

Michigan City, IN 46360

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Sponsorship Info

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Vendor Information

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