Splitz Competitive Team
2018-2019 SPLITZ Pre-Team/Xcel Tryouts
Splitz will be having their 2018-2019 Pre-Team/Xcel tryouts on May 23rd from 6-8 pm. These tryouts are by invitation only. Please talk with your Splitz coach if this is a journey you wish to take. If you are coming from another gymnastics club and want to tryout, please call the office at 734-416-1010. Space is limited. If accepted to our program it is a yearlong commitment, July 2018 – June 2019.
The SPLITZ Competitive Team consists of:
- Levels 4-10, which are consistent with the USAG Junior Olympic Program.
- Xcel Levels Bronze – Diamond, which is and alternative USA Gymnastics competitive program.
The team programs will travel to various competitions in Michigan and around the United States to gain necessary experience.
There is a time and dedication commitment that is required to be part of the competitive team. Not only will the girls learn gymnastic skills, but they will also develop other skills that will last them a lifetime. These skills include good work habits, responsibility, self-discipline, commitment and self-confidence.
Anyone interested in becoming a member of the SPLITZ Competitive Team should arrange a meeting with Eileen Spicher. Please call (734) 416-1010.
What is The Jr. Olympic program?
What is The Jr. Olympic program – It was developed with the belief that all athletes, regardless of their potential, must have a solid foundation of basic skills in order to advance safely. The Jr. Olympic program's purpose is to provide competitive opportunities for all athletes, regardless of their age, ability level, or training commitment.
What is Xcel?
What is Xcel - Xcel is an alternative USA Gymnastics competitive program offering a broad-based, affordable competitive experience outside the traditional Jr. Olympic Program to attract and retain a diverse group of athletes.
There are 8 regions in Women’s USA Gymnastics. Splitz Gymnastics resides in Region 5, which consists of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio.
For more information on the Jr. Olympic Program and Region 5 follow the links provided under team.