Meet Results – Central Vermont Gymnastics Academy
Meet Results. santemontreal.info · Facebook. © Default copyright text. ↑. Responsive Theme powered by WordPress. Vermont State Championships Dec 8 Chinese New Year Meet at Cobra Gymnastics Jan 26 - 27 Sunrise Snowflake meet at Sunrise Gymnastics. Level and Xcel, Green Mountain Gymnastics, Feb 17, ; Information. Mar , State Meet Level & xo, Bellows Falls (?). Apr , Xcel Finals.
The eleven member Xcel Gold team impressed the judges on bars and captured a team win on the event and took second place in the overall competition with a In the 8-toyear-old age group, three Cobra girls rose above the rest.
Sydne Sterling of Manchester, a third-year member, won the state title on vault 8.
Teammate Abigail McChesney of Pawlet, a fifth-year member, won the state title in the toyear-old age group on beam 9. McKenna Greene, Lili Zens and Maleah Jones won the second place state title in the Level 7 competition; all of their routines made up the team score of Greene of Rutland, a six-year member, tied for the state title on floor 9. Ella Tashjian of Manchester, a fifth-year member and only Cobra Level 8 competitor, showed her athleticism by winning all five state titles in the 8-to year old age group.
She scored an 8. The seven-member Cobra team finished third on bars, but fell short of their team goal by just. The Cobra team wrapped up the weekend with an impressive performance during the Level 6 meet.
This member team placed second in bars, beam and floor but settled for a third place finish with a Robin Tashjian of Manchester, a fourth-year member, won the state title on vault 9. MacKenzie Carlson of Rutland, a six-year member, won the state title on bars 8. The best way to honor our athletes is to ensure that we do everything we can to prevent this from happening again by making bold decisions and holding ourselves to the highest standards of care.
In 90 days, here are just a few of the bold decisions and actions we have taken. Fully supporting both the USOC and Congressional independent investigations and the new federal law regarding safeguarding amateur athletes.
Creating an Athlete Assistance Fund, in cooperation with the National Gymnastics Foundation, that provides our athletes who are survivors of sexual abuse the needed financial resources for counseling services.
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Making reporting of abuse easier with a dedicated toll-free number SAFEemail address safesport usagym. Amending the bylaws to support the cultural commitment to athlete safety and provide a basis for further developing our safe sport programs and governance. Continuing our Listening Forums and outreach to as many of our survivors, athletes and member clubs as possible to help guide USA Gymnastics policies and procedures.
Educating and training our staff and members on the new Safe Sport Policy, where I am pleased to report that our staff is percent safe sport compliant. We realize many of you have questions about the financial situation, sponsors, pending litigation, National Team Training Center and others.
We are constantly looking at how we are positioned to address the goals and needs of the organization.
As we talk about fundamental change, this includes looking at our structure, our programs, our staff, our gymnastics community and other important factors. While we continue to evaluate the organization from top to bottom to fit the needs and mission of the organization, we understand the financial implications of doing that without impacting quality.
We are very mindful of the quality of our programs, and it is not our intent to affect the ability of our athletes to train and compete at the highest level.
We are confident that we will have and enlist the financial support necessary to make appropriate changes for building a culture of empowerment. We believe our partners will be highly engaged and supportive, and we look forward to working closely with them.
We understand that litigation can be full of uncertainty, but the leadership of USA Gymnastics seeks resolution and healing for all of our athletes and will move forward to build a culture of empowerment together. Member services continues to develop educational and training materials that help support the member club owners in all areas with emphasis on athlete safety.
The safe sport team is working side-by-side with our educational team to develop materials that are age-appropriate and tailored to the different audiences to include athletes, club owners, coaches, instructors, judges, staff and parents.
They are creating a club tool kit that incorporates safe sport education and other types of resources aimed at providing additional support.