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2022 Year in Review - Vail Gymnastics

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The Vail Gymnastics Center operated at a high level in 2022, especially considering we were down a coach and we were very busy - for example, recreational program participation increased by 40% over 2021. We more than doubled our athlete registrations in the Vail Gymnastics Classic over 2021 as well. We also continued our stellar competitive program, with 15 actively competing gymnasts between Level 3 and Level 9. It's an understatement to say that Julie Cotter and Allie Licata did an incredible job!

An indoor gymnastics facility with multiple mats, athletes practicing, spectators in stands, and national flags hanging from the ceiling.
Vail Gymnastics Classic had 329 athletes registered (an increase of 199 athletes from 2021 to 2022). Athletes traveled from all across the state to participate, and typically spend the entire weekend in Vail. Our host hotel for the event was the Antlers in Lionshead, which was full.
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We held our Tumblin' Turkey Gymnastics Camps for another successful year!
A group of young gymnasts posing with medals, certificates, and face paint, standing in front of colorful balloons.
Our Disco Fever Spring Show on May 6 was full with 50 participants.

More Numbers:

  • Recreational classes, girls and boys - total number of registrations in 2022: 513 (this number only includes preregistrations)
  • Open gym & recreational class drop-ins - Total estimated number in 2022: 350 (not pre-registered and only if space is available)
  • Summer gymnastics camps - total number of registrations in 2022: 240
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