2018 Hall of Fame Nominations

The deadline for nominations for this year’s Region 5 Hall of Fame is fast approaching!!!
Nominations must be postmarked by April 16, 2018 to be considered for the 2018 Region 5 Hall of Fame.
Any current USA Gymnastics member is eligible to submit a nomination.

The following people are current nominees:

  • Kristina Comforte
  • Ron and Joan Ganim
  • Melissa Green
  • Patti Komara
  • Don McPherson
  • Breasha Pruitt
  • Grace Williams
  • Trisha Wilson
  • Bob Wright
  • Peter Zhoa

Here is the: Hall of Fame Nomination Form

L7 Regionals – No Petitioning or IES

There are two items that were published incorrectly regarding Level 7 Regionals:

  1. There are no Petitions to Level 7 Regionals, gymnasts must qualify at State Meet (35.000 AA)
  2. There are no Individual Event Specialist (IES) at Level 7 Regionals

We apologize for any confusion.

Region 5

Women’s Nominations for National Committee Chair Positions

All nominees must be USA Gymnastics Women’s Program Professional Members in good standing for a minimum of two consecutive years immediately prior to the nomination, be at least 21 years old, and meet the prerequisites in Article V of the Operating Code Sections E, F and G found posted on the USA Gymnastics website, Women’s Program home page. The positions are four (4) year terms 2018-2022.

Please see the Nomination Form that includes eligibility requirements for each position.  Nominations are to be sent to Annie Heffernon, the Women’s JO Program Director, at the USA Gymnastics office by March 31, 2018.  Please email nominations to: aheffernon@usagym.org.

National officers shall be elected by the members of their respective committee.

  • The voting shall be by written ballot.
  • Shall serve for four (4) years

Women’s Program Leaders Meet with USA Gymnastics

The following members of the Region 5 Administrative Committee attended an informational meeting with the USA Gymnastics in Indianapolis yesterday:
Dave Stiles, Char Christensen, Kittia Carpenter, Nancy Gibson, Norbert Bendixen, Amy Roplogle, Brian Blewitt and Nina Dent.

The Women’s Program attendee’s generated the following statement:

“USA Gymnastics holds the highest standard of care for athletes and members. We have the desire to rebuild and to move forward. We have the opportunity right now, in the history of USA Gymnastics, in our sport, and in our country, to lead, saying, we are going to get it right.  By doing that, we will honor our athletes who have been impacted and we will honor all USA Gymnastics members and participants, including, but not limited to, athletes, coaches, parents, judges, and volunteers. We will not be the organization that shuts the doors, changes the name, and puts a new face on the same institution. At the end of the day, we have an opportunity to improve USA Gymnastics.  We have an obligation to meet the challenge that has been set before us and to become a better organization.  It is about sharing positive gymnastics stories and getting it right. We will get it right.”

Eighty-Eight Women’s Program USA Gymnastics National, Regional, and State leaders stood today to wholeheartedly support USA Gymnastics.

Message to the community from Kerry Perry