Virginia Men's Gymnastics
Welcome to the Home of Virginia Men's Gymnastics.
This website is designed to be your one-stop source of information for everything related to men's gymnastics in Virginia. It will provide information on all Virginia gymnastics events as well as Regional and National events, and keep you informed about all aspects of the Men's USA-Gymnastics Program.
- We have a new Virginia Boys State email. Coaches should have received an email in the last week with a lot of important information. If you have not received, please check your spam and junk mail folders.
- We are Super excited to get this new season going! We need to let you know of some upcoming events and clean house a little bit.
- Let's start with the House Cleaning: This is a new email system that we are using for the state. It allows us to keep better track of emails for the coaches and gym owners that are associated with the Va Boys Program. In looking at the previous email lists there are several people on it that we know are no longer in the state, so we want to remove them from the email list. There are also several team parents that are on the list that their children are now in college and are no longer serving in any capacity for the gym that they attended. If you know of someone that needs to be added to the list please let us know ASAP. If you no longer want to receive emails from the state regarding events, state information, etc.. all you have to do is unsubscribe from the list.
- State Athlete Fees - The VA Boys Assessment fee is $15.00 per competing athlete. You need to turn in a roster for your team and one check for your fees to Cindy Walker by October 2, 2016. If you do not plan on attending the state meeting you need to send all information and payment to 113 Patrick Henry Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23185 by October 1, 2016. Please make checks payable to Va Boys Gymnastics - In the memo please indicate the gym (if not on check) and # of athletes that you are paying for in the check.
State Director: Doug Lubking
One of the big things I’ve had to work on my whole life is how to manage my frustration. Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve been extremely competitive and I like to win. As a gymnast, the sport is so hard. You don’t learn things right away. It’s not one of those sports where you can jump up on the high bar and learn a new skill in one try. It takes a lot of time and patience. I used to get so frustrated when I couldn’t learn something, I used to throw fits when I was 12, 13 years old. I would cry when I couldn’t do something. I had to learn how to overcome that and be more patient and take my time. Now, I’m a much more disciplined person. I know how to be patient and take my time learning things.
~Jonathan Horton 2012
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Last Updated Sep 15, 2016