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2011 National Gymnastics Championships (Pinoy Games)
The Gymnastics Association of the Philippines (GAP) will hold the 2011 National Gymnastics Championships (Pinoy Games) on May 23-29, 2011 at the West Negros University Gym, Bacolod City, Negros Oriental.
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The competition aims to give credence and recognition to the mandate of International Federations (IFs) and Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) accredited National Sports Associations (NSAs) to serve as the sole authority in the technical control over the development of sports.
The activity is open to all affiliate members and non-members federations, gymnastics clubs and other organizations catering Sport Gymnastics. Both elementary and secondary schools (public and private) nationwide will participate in this event.
The accommodations which will be finalized before the deadline for submission of the Definitive Entry may be provided by the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC). Air fare, meals and local transportation to and from the venue will be borne by each participant or by their own delegation.
The age requirement for Men's Artistic Gymnastics (MAG), Women's Artistic Gymnastics (WAG) and Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG):
Junior: 12-15, years old (in the year of competition)
Senior: 16 years old and above (in the year of competition)
The age requirement Aerobic Gymnastics (AER):
Junior: 15-17 years (in the year of competition)
Senior: 18 years and above (in the year of competition)
Deadline for the submission of entry forms:
Definitive Entry - April 29, 2011
Nominative Entry - May 9, 2011
For more information, contact the Philippine Gymnastics Center, Rizal Sports Complex, Pablo Ocampo Street, Malte, Manila at telefax no.: (632) 521-2640; or through e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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