Interested in joining one of our competitive teams? Gymsport has both men’s and women’s competitive gymnastics teams, and we host open tryouts for new team members in the spring. Our Gymsport Gems and Gents competitive year begins June 1st, and we are looking forward to finding new gymnasts!
Gymsport has set its competitive teams for the 2023-2024 season and is not accepting new team members at this time. However, you can complete this form to be added to our team waitlist.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will I find out if my athlete has been asked to join the team?
Parents will be emailed around the middle of May with tryout results and information on the next steps to joining the team.
What skills does my child need to have before tryouts?
During tryouts, we will be evaluating athletes on flexibility, strength, coordination and listening skills. We know they will develop their gymnastics skills throughout the year, so there are no specific skills required before tryouts, however, athletes must be able to hold their own body weight on their arms.
Does my child need a back handspring to make the team?
No. Gymsport will place your child in a level that is appropriate for the skills they currently have so that they and their teammates are learning new skills together..
How many athletes can make the team?
We do not have a set number for how many athletes we take each year.
What if my child is nervous for the tryout?
It is totally normal for an athlete to be nervous! No need to be nervous! Our tryouts are very laid back and we will try to help make your gymnast feel comfortable.
How long is the tryout? Will my child get a break?
Team tryouts for girls will be about two hours long and an hour and a half for boys. We allow up to 15 athletes per one coach tryout at a time. Athletes will not get a break.
What should my child wear and bring to tryouts?
Female gymnasts should wear a leotard and hair pulled back neatly. No jewelry except for post or stud earrings. Male gymnasts should wear athletic shorts and a t-shirt. Please have gymnasts bring a water bottle.
Can parents/family watch team tryouts?
Parents/family are welcome to watch tryouts from the lobby but will not be permitted out into the gym.
I can’t make the tryout date. Is there another time I can come for my child to be evaluated for team?
Unfortunately, we cannot do private tryouts for team. Part of our assessment includes finding out how the athlete works with others and takes instructions in a group setting. We offer multiple dates and times for tryouts to try to give families scheduling options.