Most female athletes use a bun or braids with some gel or hairspray to keep their hair in place. The hairstyle should be sturdy and be able to withstand flips, jumps, and running
Most meets are held in either the hosting gym's location, or a meet venue that can house the equipment, staging area, judges area, and spectators
This will depend on the athlete's age and level. Generally speaking, your athlete should arrive at least an hour before their first event. If your athletes first event is the first flight of the day, try to arrive at least 30 minutes prior. This will depend on when the meet begins and the meet venue opens. All flights (flights are event specific and relate to the time the athlete competes) are staggered so athletes can compete against their same age/skill level for each event
We try very hard to get all families in the same hotel, although this is not always the case. The team will have a team dinner the night before a meet at a restaurant that can accommodate the athlete plus family that traveled.
The meet schedule is different every meet season based, however there are some re-curing and common cities that we travel to.
The current roster for each team is:
The coach of each team is Taylor Miller. To contact, please use the "Contact Us" page to ask a question or use the TeamSnap app to speak directly to her
The athletes train higher levels to improve their overall skill. They also need to have competed at each level in a sanctioned competition before being able to move up during the season. This means that levels can not be skipped but rather have to be demonstrated in a USGA competition.
All Athletes, regardless of team, can compete at State and Regionals
They will need to compete at the State and Regional competitions and earn a qualifying score to attend Nationals
Yes. USGA requires trampoline shoes to compete for events. Trampoline shoes must be made from leather or cloth.