SUNDAY 14th JULY 2019
We would like to invite ALL our recreational and advanced recreational gymnasts to take part in the Hawth Club Competition.
The day will be a competitive experience, but we will endeavour to make it fun and enjoyable for all the children taking part.
The event will take place in the main hall at K2.
Please read the information below carefully.
You can sign your child up at the bottom of the page (please note your child is not entered until you have “checked out” and paid the entry fee)
It is a great day and we highly recommend it for all gymnasts!
One Hour Recreational
Children must be at least in state school year reception to enter this competition (they must be 5 before 01/09/2019).
We are using competition criteria similar to previous years and children will compete against others of the same gender who were born in the same year (please note school year is NOT a factor and you child may end up competing again children who are in the school year above).
Each child will perform:
1. A Set Floor routine
2. Two Vaults (Highest score counting)
Both sections will be marked out of a maximum of 10.00 points. The child with the highest combined score will be the winner. The first three positions in each age group will receive a medal and all children will receive a certificate.
Closer to the time we will publish example routines for gymnasts to watch online if they want to practice at home.
Two - Three Hour Advanced Recreational
The children will perform routines on equipment that they have been working on in their classes. Medals will be awarded to the top three in each age group, with all children receiving a certificate. The age groups will vary depending on the number of entries.
There will be an entrance fee of £10 per gymnast. This fee covers the cost of the medals, certificates & hire of main hall. Payments and entries will only be accepted online.
Each gymnast who enters the competition will receive a free gift from our merchandise store – either a teddy bear or a pencil case. (For an additional £2 you can have both!)
The web page for entries will close on Friday 31st May. There will be no exceptions for late entries.
Children who enter the competition will begin practicing their routines in the classes after May half term (week beginning 3rd June).
The day will be broken up in to approximately 5 rounds, each lasting about 2 hours. Your child will only be involved in one of these rounds. We will not be able to let you know the precise timings until we have collected all of the entries. If you have siblings of different ages it is likely they will be in different rounds.
All children must have at least one adult attend the competition, spectator tickets will be available to buy on the door on the day at the cost of £3 for adults and £2 for concessions (children under 4 sitting on laps do not need a ticket).