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Recreation, Level 3, and Level 4 Classes
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Children 4-18 Years old can participate in a fun recreational program. Children in the recreational program are grouped by age/skill level. The recreational program is a wonderful introduction to rhythmic gymnastics. A girl can choose to continue in the recreational program or move to the competitive program. Recreational gymnasts perform in exhibitions and the year end gala

Level 3 is a beginner competitive level. Level 3 gymnasts compete with two of the rhythmic apparatus in additon to the floor (free hand) exercise. Level 3 gymnast compete with four gymnast performing at a time.The floor routine is a compulsory routine all other routines are optional but each club must have the same routines. Level 3 gymnast compete at local and invitational meets.

Level 4 is the second competitve level of rhythmic gymnastics and the first competitive level of competition at State and Regional Championships. Level 4 gymnasts compete with two of the rhythmic apparatus in addtion to the floor (free hand) exercise . Level 4 gymnast compete with 2 gymnast performing at a time. The floor routine is a compulsory routine all other routines are optional but each club must have the same routines.

Level 5 and Level 6
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Level 5 is the most advanced compulsory level. Level 5 gymnast will compete a compulsory Floor and all other routines will be optional choreography. Level 5 gymnast can share a routine with other gymnasts or may have an individual routine choreographed. Level 5 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor ( free hand) exercise.

Level 6 is the first transitional level between the compulsory program and the FIG Optional levels. The difficulty values for level 6 routines will be taken from the FIG Code of Points. Level 6 gymnast will choose elements from A,B and C difficulties. Level 6 gymnasts compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.

Level 7 and Up
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Level 7 will be based on the current FIG code of Points. The Level 7 gymnast will choose elements from A,B,C,D and E difficulties. Level 7 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic appartus in addition to the floor ( free hand) exercise.

Level 8 will be based on the current FIG Code of Points. Level 8 gymnast choose elements from A,B,C,D, E and F difficulties. Level 8 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.

Level 9 is the level for the accomplished rhythmic gymnast who has demonstrated that she can easily perform basic FIG requirements and is ready for the challenge of full FIG optional routine requirements.

Levle 10 is the level for gymnasts who qualify to the USA National Championships. The top 12 athletes (junior and senior) in the all-around competition at USA national Championships earn elite status. The top 8 are members of the U.S. National Team.

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USA Gymnastics

Rhythmic Region 1

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