- $25.00/gymnast late fee: penalty will apply for any entry received after the postmark deadline. Entry is late if any portion of the following is not included: gymnast name, USA number, entry fee, or level of competition.
- Drop back: Any competition competed after this date determines the gymnast's level for state championship. i.e., Level 4-6 gymnast entered state as a Level 4 but she competed as a Level 5, gymnast will then be switched to Level 5 for the championship.
- Non-qualifiers: Any non-qualifier must put "PENDING" on the entry form and the entry fee must be paid at that time. If gymnast does not qualify, the entry fee will be refunded minus the $25.00 processing fee.
- Any entry refund after the deadline date will incur a $25.00 processing fee.
- All refunds, regardless of reason, will incur a $25 processing fee. The refund deadline is ten days prior to the competition and must be submitted to the meet director in writing.
I grew up in North Olmsted, Ohio and was a competitive gymnast at Great Lakes Gymnastics along with competing for my local high school team. I attended Cleveland State University and was a paralegal at a law firm prior to starting my career change to the sport of gymnastics!
I have coached gymnastics in Ohio for the past 23 years and am currently starting my 5th season with X-treme Gymnastics working with Level 6-10 & Xcel athletes at our gym. In addition, I am the head coach and assistant coach for local area high school teams during their competition season.
I currently reside in Middleburg Heights, Ohio with my husband of 25 years, Jim, and have one daughter, Jenna, who is currently finishing her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at OSU. I love traveling and spending time with my friends and family.
My name is Jeanette Gallogly, and I am the Head Coach at Performance Gymnastics. I have been coaching for 18 years now, and I have been a judge for 9 years. I absolutely love compulsory gymnastics and I am happy to help Team Ohio with anything and everything compulsory!
Grew up in Valley View, OH and competed at Johnson Dance and Gymnastics, Gymnastics World and for Cuyahoga Heights High School. I was a cheerleader for the football team and taught gymnastics at the Bedford YMCA.
Coached in college at Global Gymnastics that was then located in The Plains (Athens), OH.
When living in Dublin, OH coached at Buckeye Gymnastics in Powell and later moved back to Cleveland and coached at both Johnson Gymnastics and Gymnastics World.
Cuyahoga Heights High School coach for 6 seasons.
Started judging 15 years ago, broadening my knowledge of the sport, and learning and meeting new friends along the way.
I live in Medina, OH with my husband and 14-year-old son who is a freshman and a member of the Medina High School soccer team. I have a 19-year-old son who is a sophomore at Ohio State University and on the OSU club lacrosse team. I have three dogs - Otis, Oliver, and Bella.
My full-time job is with Oracle America where I am a database consultant.
I enjoy exercising, learning new things, spending time with family, and walking my dogs.
I have been involved with Gymastics since I was 14, a bit of a "late" start for a gymnast. Upon joining the Cheerleading squad at school, I wanted to learn how to tumble, so I joined the American Sokol Organization. I was an athlete and competed in many team sports, but had no idea that gymnastics would be my "true love". I began judging while I was in college and it has been quite a journey as I begin my 45th year. I continue to learn and enhance my skills as well as assisting with the training of new officials. Joining the USAG board as the Education Director is very exciting and I look forward to providing education and support to all of Ohio.
I have been an Ohio USAG professional member since 2010 and I currently serve as the Executive Director of Integrity Athletics where I oversee the HR function. Gymnastics has been my life’s passion and I am thankful for all my experiences as an athlete, coach, gym owner, and official. I am excited to be a part of the Ohio Committee to continue to promote the sport to our communities through events such as Camps, Clinics, & Educational Congresses. Go Team Ohio!
Kristy is originally from Painesville, OH and currently lives in Worthington, OH. She started gymnastics at the age of 2 and went on to compete for many years. Kristy was a USAG competitive athlete for 12 years and later became part of the Ohio State Club Gymnastics team, where she was the treasurer for 1 year and president for 2. Kristy has been coaching gymnastics since the age of 14 and has coached recreational as well as competitive levels. Kristy now serves as Executive Director of Operations and Partner at Integrity Athletics.
Kristy graduated from The Ohio State University in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Operations Management and Logistics. She has served as a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs, where she served as the Event Management Committee Chair and Nationals Coordinator. She is the State Administrative Committee Chairperson of the Ohio USA Gymnastics State Committee, where she has also served as the Communications Chair, and as the Event Coordinator. Kristy also an accredited level 10 judge with NAWGJ.
Young Dave Anthony:
Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, my gymnastics career began as a coping therapy for a disability. On one well check visit to the doctor, I was referred to a Pediatric Opthamologist who immediately diagnosed me as “myopic”. Translation: I was legally blind in one eye and had no depth perception. My world was 2D. Two dimension is similar to a stick figure drawing on a piece of paper. My world was flat. My parents were told I would never drive a car due to my disability.
A diagnosis of “visually impaired “ made no impression on a rowdy little boy who who knew secretly, deep inside, that he was a “Super Hero” who would one day fly. I was always leaping over furniture, jumping on beds, climbing, hanging, even swinging in trees. In order to positively channel my boundless energy, my mom enrolled me in gymnastics.
Truth be told, my disability became my strength. Because I visualized things in 2D, I did not see the world with depth and dimension. I was often considered “Fearless “ by my coaches because I could not perceive heights, ergo, I had no fear of falling. I like to think my childhood experience brings a purity and a different approach to solving problems. An opportunity to think outside the box of traditional norms for those of us who need a fresh approach to positive solutions. Fortunately, after many procedures, medications and therapies, I have developed the blessing of normal sight. Gymnastics became a significant component in my personal journey, as it developed in me skills to operate in daily life as my brain developed coping skills to interpret this world.
Current Dave Anthony:
I hold a degree in Strategic Communication from Ohio Dominican University. My son Daniel is the best part of my life. I am thankful and grateful every day for Daniel. He inspires me each day to be a better man than I was yesterday. I strive to share my gratitude with the athletes I am fortunate to coach today.
Professional Dave Anthony:
I am currently the overall Team Director at Universal Gymnasts Inc. located in Columbus, Ohio. I have been at Universal from 1999 to the present. I bring over 25 years of experience with a broad spectrum of education working with Levels 2 - 10. In those years our program has produced multiple State, Regional and National Champions in Levels 9 and 10. We have been to the Nastia Liukin Cup on 3 separate occasions and had one of our gymnasts win the competition. Our passion is getting our gymnasts to the collegiate level. Presently we have had over 25 gymnasts earn a position on collegiate programs all over the country.
I have been an active Region 5 Clinician for 25 years and plan to continue in the future. I have been fortunate to be a speaker at Ohio and Region 5 Congress in years past. We have been honored to participate in the Region 5 All-Star trips (Panama, Belgium/England, Jamaica and Arizona) delegation where we give back to other international/domestic gymnastics programs exchanging information and training techniques. The opportunity allowed us to broaden our horizons and perspective of understanding with other coaches/athletes from different countries.
Many of us share similar challenges while others are uniquely our own. I encourage multiple solutions that benefit all of us and not just a select few, ensuring a voice for all involved. Camaraderie for the great state of Ohio and open mindedness are key traits I will use to build positive momentum for our Level 9 and 10 Team Programs. Assimilating wisdom, nurturing strength and problem solving as an Ohio Team we will assemble an unstoppable force. I am confident our Level 9 and 10 programs will hold strong for the challenges of today in Ohio and lead Region 5 of tomorrow.