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2017 USAIGC NJ State Gymnastics Championships Come to iPlay America



Contact Jennifer Quinn
732-577-8200, ext. 226

2017 USAIGC NJ State Gymnastics Championships Come to iPlay America

Freehold, NJ — The United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs will hold the New Jersey State Gymnastics Championships at iPlay America’s Event Center Friday, May 5, 2017 – Sunday, May 7, 2017. The event will be hosted by Freehold Elite Gymnastics and offers New Jersey’s top USAIGC athletes the opportunity to compete for a chance to attend the 2017 USAIGC World Championships in Reno, Nevada where the top qualifying athletes will compete from 9 countries including the USA, Bermuda, Canada, England, India, Mexico, Romania, South Africa & Wales. This event is open to the public and tickets are available for all three days of competition at Half price ride tickets for iPlay America will be available with pre-admission tickets or at the door for everyone that purchased a USAIGC NJ State Competition Admission Ticket.

“iPlay America is the perfect choice for holding sporting events like the USAIGC State Championships,” said Jessica Schwartz, vice president of sales and marketing for iPlay America. “We have the right facilities and amenities to offer families attending an unparalleled experience. Our rides, attractions, and dining options, combined with the fact that we are an indoor entertainment center make us the go-to choice for events year round.”

The USAIGC NJ State Championships will feature 38 competing gyms from across New Jersey. This is a women’s gymnastic competition and open to competitors ages 5 to 18 years. Athletes will compete from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. during the three days of the championships. Scheduled events include women’s artistic gymnastics, uneven bars, vault, balance beam, and floor exercise. The USAIGC Competitive program is designed to develop gymnasts into strong, intelligent young ladies who are goal oriented, success driven, disciplined, with excellent time management skills and who have learned life’s most important skill; dealing with success and failure. It is the process of becoming a gymnast in a healthy competitive environment that develops these outstanding qualities, not scores, not placements nor competitive levels. This is the core philosophy the USAIGC Competitive Program.


For more information, please contact Jennifer Quinn at 732-577-8200, or