During a supplemental business meeting via Zoom on July 10th, the state voted to eliminate the Texas Optional State Championships and move the optional levels, 7-10, to the Michael Sims North/South State Championships.
Saginaw High School Gymnastics won the bid for the north championships and the Sims Committee has the south championships this year with site to be determined.
This year’s summer business meeting will be Saturday, June 19th, at Round Rock High School. The meeting will begin at 9:30 am with lunch provided at 12:30 pm and goal of finishing by 2:30 pm.
Round Rock High School
201 Deep Wood Dr
Round Rock, TX 78681
Contact: Chris Muenz 214-417-6459
If you have any other items that you would like to see on the agenda, please email them to Todd Thornton.
If you would like to add your contact info. Use the link below.
If you have a meet, clinic, or event you would like on the calendar, please fill out this form:
Add to Calendar
If you would like to bid for a state meet, use these two forms:
Texas State Championship Bid
Michael Sims North/South State Bid
I look forward to seeing you all in a few weeks!
Please check each of the following sites for info on the respective state meets. Please make sure you review the new USAG Covid Policy.
Texas Men’s Gymnastics Members,
While this has been a most unusual and challenging 1st term as Texas State Chair, I am still excited to work with the members of our State Committee to move our State program forward and continue to develop excellence among our coaches and athletes. I remain committed to representing Texas’ best interests on the Regional Committee. To that end, I want to let you know that I am running for the Texas State Chair position once again. I would appreciate and be honored to have your support.
The schedule and age groups are available for the Optional State Championships at state.texasmensgymnastics.com
Texas Gymnastics Community,
It is with profound sadness that we acknowledge the passing of our dear friend, fellow coach and long time Jr. National Coaching Staff member Gene Watson earlier today. Gene had been hospitalized last week and had undergone surgery over the weekend. Sadly, he was unable to recover.
While Gene had only recently moved to Texas and Region 3, both he and his wife Mindy have more than endeared themselves to the many coaches, parents and gymnasts he has worked with here. His gentle but strong, patient and calm demeanor have been, for our community, what has been the good fortune of every part of our national gymnastics family wherever Gene coached and led. We are particularly sad for the Region 5 gymnastics community that Gene had belonged to for so many years. Please know that our thoughts are with you in this time of mutual loss.
Integrity and kindness, civility and wisdom seem to be, at best, in short supply in today’s world. To have known Gene and to have worked along his side was to know that those characteristics of leadership, really, more essential characteristics of humaneness were still present and powerful. His love for our sport, his fellow coaches, but most of all, the athletes – all the athletes he worked with and cared for over his remarkable career is unsurpassed and serves as a model for all of us who share his craft and care for athletes..
Our hearts and prayers go out to Mindy and the family as they work through this great loss. Likewise, we want to encourage all the coaches and athletes whose lives were touched by Gene and remind them that even as we have lost this great man, we have been graced beyond measure by the time we had with him. All of us are better for having had the chance to train, coach, work, laugh and just be present with Gene Watson . “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
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