Welcome to the Level 2 (Pre-Team) Program

Welcome to the Level 2 Competitive Team! Although we strongly recommend this program, this is an option, but not a requirement for the athletes.  Level 2 is an introductory level of competition that is meant to introduce athletes to the United States Gymnastics Association Junior Olympic Program.  The routines are very short and simple and all of the girls should be able to compete them with a couple of months of preparation.  Level 2’s at G-Force compete a very short season in order to help prepare them with what to expect in the next level of competitive gymnastics.  The coaches at this level will be able to help the girls remember their routines as well as spot them on any skills that they are not comfortable doing alone in competition.  This helps the girls to be able to understand how to conduct themselves and compete at other facilities.  They do receive scores on each event by a panel of judges, but are not ranked according to score at the end of the meet.  They will be given achievement awards after competing each event. This is meant to be a fun and positive learning experience for both the athletes and the parents.  The next Level of competition (Level 3) starts to become more competitive and we have found that when they have prior exposure to competition, they tend to be more successful long term.  We hope your athlete joins us for the upcoming competitive season!

This program will be open to all current GEM Star athletes who meet the requirements of the Level 2 Program! Follow the steps below to get competing!

Pre-Team Parents:  Get ready for the 2021-2022 Competition Season by following 4 simple steps! 

Open and complete each of the links below.  All steps must be completed in order for your athlete to compete the 2021-2022 season. 

Step 1:  Complete the Level 2 Competition and Leo Order Form   2021-2022. 

Step 2:  Register your athlete for a new USAG Number. Please make sure to use club number 24364 and club name is G-Force Gymnastics Academy.

Step 3:  Check the Competition Schedule for Session Times for your athlete often. Session times will be posted one week prior to the meet.