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Region 5 Championships

2020 Regional Championship Bid Forms

Here are the dates for the 2020 Region 5 Championships:

  • Level 9/10 Regionals - April 16-19, 2020 (Ohio*)
  • Level 7/8 Regionals - April 24-26, 2020 (Indiana*)
  • Xcel Regionals - May 1-3, 2020 (Michigan*)

* The committee will consider bids from any state if the designated state cannot supply a suitable bid.

Below are the links for the 2020 Region 5 Championship Bid Forms

The deadline to submit bids is September 1, 2019


Level 7 and 8 Regional Championships

April 26-28, 2019
Perry Student Life & Recreation Center
Olivet Nazarene University
Bourbonnais, Illinois

 Xcel Regional Championships

 May 3-5, 2019
Kentucky Horse Park
Lexington, Kentucky

Club Rosters

State Team Rosters

Region 5 Xcel Community

We apologize for the inconvenience of adding a Thursday to the Xcel Regional Championship.  The number of registrations far exceeded our expectations.  Just 3  years ago, before the regional committee took over this competition, there were approximately 500 athletes.  Now we are at 2300.  The Regional Administrative Committee, this summer, will consider options to keep this competition a 3 day event. 

You can make format suggestions to the Regional Xcel Chair, Nancy Gibson, thru Facebook at: Region 5 Xcel Info Corner.

Thank you,
David Stiles
Region 5 RACC

David Stiles
Region 5 RACC
USA Gymnastics
105 Woodland Lane
Carmel, IN 46032

Host Hotel Info

Click this link to make hotel reservations:
EventConnect is the official and exclusive accommodations provider. EventConnect is currently working very closely with the competition and local hotels to negotiate the best options on amenities, value and location. Additional hotels will be posted as they are confirmed. This is Derby weekend in Kentucky so hotels have limited availability. A large number of hotels with small blocks will need to be used.

Hotel Update - 4/19

Anyone that requires the check in date of May 1st can call the Event Connect support team at 1-888-723-2064 or by email: and a representative will be happy to submit the request for them.  The support team is in Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM EST and on Saturday's from 9:00 - 1:00 PM EST including this weekend.

Regional Meet Hosts

IMPORTANT - Athletes that are 18-years of age or older must be Safe Sport Certified (U110) to Compete the Remainder of Season

If you have a Level 9/10 regional qualifier that is, or will be, 18 years old at Level 9 Easterns (May 10th) and/or JO Nationals (May 17th) please read the following very carefully:


The U.S. Center for Safe Sport recently implemented a new requirement that all athletes that are 18-years of age or older must be Safe Sport Certified (U110) to be in the field of play. If you have a gymnast that falls within this criteria, please have her complete the ONLINE Safe Sport Certification Course immediately. Any athlete found not to be in compliance with this request will not be permitted to compete at Level 9 Easterns or Level 10 JO Nationals. It is highly recommend that you have your qualified athlete complete the course prior to Level 9/10 Regionals. The U110 course is free of charge to all USA Gymnastics members.


Region 5 was just made aware of this request today, so we hope you can appreciate the urgency of this matter and will strongly encourage your athletes to act on it immediately. Here is the official statement from USA Gymnastics:

A U.S. Center for SafeSport policy update for all adult athletes (18+)

posted on 03/19/2019


Every USA Gymnastics athlete member who is 18 years of age or older is impacted by the U.S. Center for SafeSport's recent update to its education policy, in accordance with federal law. 


The U.S. Center for SafeSport mandates the SafeSport training requirements for all national governing bodies, including USA Gymnastics. The center requires all adult professional members of USA Gymnastics to complete the U110: SafeSport Course. The Center's policy changes and the specific structure of USA Gymnastics requires that adult athlete members now must also complete this training. 


Effective immediately, all USA Gymnastics adult (18+) athlete members are required to complete the U110: SafeSport Course. The U.S. Center for SafeSport's deadline for athlete compliance is March 23, 2019. 


The course is free and takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. USA Gymnastics has developed step-by-step instructions to help you to access and take the course. Click here for the instructions


Victims/survivors of any type of abuse may qualify, on a case-by-case basis, for an exemption from this education and training policy. Athletes may make their requests directly with the U.S. Center for SafeSport at


The Center's goal is to increase awareness of athlete safety, not only with you as an athlete member of USA Gymnastics, but also athletes in all amateur sports and affiliated organizations. The U.S. Center for SafeSport course is an important educational tool toward building a strong community effort for safety. Increasing awareness with you, our athletes, is a critical step in protecting you and the people around you. 


If you need assistance in registering for the course, please contact the Member Services Department at 800.345.4719 or via email at


We thank you in advance for completing the course by the deadline of March 23, 2019, and we hope this course will be a beneficial part of your continued safe sport education.


Corrected: 2/28/19

Level 9/10, 7/8, and XS/XG/XP/XD

  1. Before arriving at your State Meet, know whether your gymnast (s), if qualified, will attend the regional competition. Refunds are given up to 10 days prior to the regional meet and are only given for illness, death in the family and/or natural disasters. Not making the state team at Level 7, 8, XS, XG, XP or XD is not a valid reason to be considered for a refund.]
  2. To register for the regional competition, please complete the following:
    1. Print a copy of the Online Registration form. Attach a check (club or booster club) for each regional championship). These must be given to your state’s designated administrator before you leave the competition.
    2. Register online through USAGYM.ORG at your state meet. You must be a club administrator to complete this task.
      1. Go to USAGYM.ORG
      2. LOGIN with your username and password
      3. Go to Club Administration
        1. Scroll down to Meet Reservation
      4. Select Regional Competition you want to enter by sanction # or Name of Competition
        1. Level 9/10 – Sanction # 70293
        2. Level 7/8 – Sanction # 69712
        3. Xcel – Sanction # 71033
      5. Go to Reservation at bottom of page
      6. Click on Reservation and fill out form completely
      7. Only submit allotted number of coaches (by level) according to R&P
        1. 1–4 athletes –> maximum 3 coaches
        2. 5–9 athletes –> maximum 5 coaches
      8. Click submit
      9. Select and print page 1 of the reservation and attach check
      10. Write in “PET” on the left column next to your gymnast who is being petitioned into regionals
      11. Write in “IES” on the right column next to your gymnast if they are competing as an Individual Event Specialist

Click the link below for a printable version (pdf)

2019 Regional Championship Qualifying Scores & Entry Fees

Regional Championship Petitions

Bid Forms for 2019 Region 5 Championships

Please click the meet below that you are interested in hosting, and fill out the online bid form. 
Bids are due ("in-hands") no later than September 1, 2018

2019 Region 5 Level 9-10 Championships Bid Form
Meet Dates: April 11-14, 2019
2019 Bids will be accepted from Michigan*

2019 Region 5 Level 7-8 Championships Bid Form
Meet Date: April 26-28, 2019
2019 Bids will be accepted from Illinois*

2019 Region 5 Xcel Championships Bid Form
Meet Date: May 3-5, 2019
Bids will be accepted from Kentucky*

* The committee will consider bids from any state if the designated state cannot provide a suitable bid.