2018 Season has started!
Our Teams are brining back many trophies from their 1st competitions this season!
At Rockoctober Fest both level 2 and Level 3 took 1st Place! Level 1 team took 2nd place respectively. Our girls also took many 1st places in individual competition.
Team Level 2 won the FL State Meet 2017. The girls Level 1 took 2nd place. Gisella Jones took 1st place in all around competition! All together the girls competed in many age categories and brought home 13 gold medals. Congratulations to all the girls and coaches Chris and Nina!
Congratulations to our Team Level 1 & 2! Team Level 2 won 1st place for the second time this season! The girls made over 114 points and brought home many individual medals! Emily Feddon placed 1st in her age category with 38.05 points in all around! Liaden Stewart made 37.775 and won in her age category. The highest individual score on an event made Gisella Jones on beam, even 9.650! Great job Brown’s Team!
This was the 2nd meet ever for our youngest team Level 1, but they took 1st place. Sierra Lucas (37.575) took 1st in her age category but the best all around score on our team had Chloe Beal, even 37.725 but she ended 2nd in her age category. The highest individual score on an event had Maria McBride on beam, getting 9.70 for her beautiful routine. Way to go, Brown’s!
Our Team Level 1 and 2 won another two competitions: Rock October Fest and Gymnastics Around the World. Besides team trophies, the girls brought home many individual gold medals. At the last competition, two of the girls got even 9.90 for their high quality performances: Emilie Feddon (L2) on floor and Fabiana Williams (L3) on vault. Great start of the season! The Florida State Competition is next and the girls are excited! We are sure these little athletes will rock again! Good LUCK, Brown’s Gym Orbit teams!
Gymnastics Around The World was a competition held at St. Augustine. Our teams did amazing again! We took 1st place in both Level 1 and Level 2 team competition. Besides, our girls brought home many individual gold medals. For the first time, two of our gymnasts received almost perfect score, even 9.90 respectfully – Emilie Feddon (L2) of floor and Fabiana Williams (L3) on vault.
Team Level 1 brought back SILVER TROPHY from the FL States 2016 and even 23 medals!!!
This was the first competitive season for our youngest competitors, but their hard work paid off. Congratulations Brown’s Gym Orbit Team!
The best individual score on our team took Ava Millspough and she also placed 1st on beam.
The best individual score on an event took Emma Dodd with 9.8 and she also placed 1st on bars.
The biggest surprise was Liadan Stewart who joined our team mid season. She had a great meet and took 1st place on vault.
The shiniest gold in all around took Makanzey Strain.
GENERAL INFO: Your child’s selection and placement on our team is based on your child’s potential to learn gymnastics at a faster pace than the majority of peer participants. Faster learning is predicated by strength, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and psychological readiness. The ability to master gymnastics skills is, in part, determined by height, weight and overall physical proportions. Our coaching staff determines the placement of athletes with our team and developmental programs based on the following criteria: 1.skill level, 2. success at current level, 3. individual desire, 4. coachability, 5. competitive experience, 6. age, 7. attendance, 8. mental attitude, 9. potential success at higher levels, 10. parental support Placement on Brown’s Gym teams are by invitation only. There are two ways in which a child can receive an invitation to join our team.
- They can come to our program from another team program. In this case the gymnast is invited to train with our team at their current level for up to a week during which time they are evaluated as to skill level, aptitude and attitude.
- Children within our recreational class program are “discovered” because of superior interest or skill level.
The specific mission of Brown’s Gym is to develop happy, healthy and confident children. One way in which we can meet this demanding goal is to place the gymnasts at the level where they can be happy, safe, and confident. What this means is that the gymnast must be able to perform the skills and routines required at a given level comfortably. The skills should not be at the edge of or beyond her ability level. We can never ask or expect our athletes to perform skills or routines in a competition which they cannot perform consistently in practice. Any gymnast interested in joining the Brown’s Gym Team Program must go through tryouts or evaluation. The tryouts are important because they insure that we can place the children within our program where they will be the most happy and successful. Please contact the head team coach at Brown’s in Altamonte for more information about the team program and requirements.
|OLYMPIC TOTS||This is our youngest selection of talented girls. Olympic Tots practice 2x 1h per week. Ages 4-5|
|JETS||By invitation only! We select girls from Olympic Tots by also from our pre-school and recreational program. Ages 5-7. Jets is a bit more intensive program (2x 1.5h) and is a prep for our pre-team program.|
|PRE-TEAM||Pre-Team is chosen from Jets, but also from our recreational program. Ages 5-7. Pre-team practices 2x 2 h and is taught by our team coaches.|
|Team L1-5||Brown’s Gym Orbit is USAG member. These are compulsory levels. Our team practices from 6-9 hours per week. Competitions are mandatory. The children are chosen from our pre-team. Ages 6-12|
|XCEL TEAM||Xcel program is a lower pace team program. The girls practice 4-6 hours per week. Ages 6-15. The girls are chosen from recreational program. All competitions are mandatory.|