Zeke Cernea, head tumbling coach and co-owner, was elected onto the Executive Board of the United States Trampoline And Tumbling Association (USTA) Executive board. He will serve one of seven board members helping shape the bright future of USTA.
It can be intimidating figuring out all the ins and outs of a new activity, so I put this guide together to make it easier for those looking for information about joining Gem City Gymnastics & Tumbling, LLC. in Quincy.
Evaluation week is a great opportunity for coaches, athletes, and parents to celebrate the progress that’s been made during the session! Each athlete will receive a written evaluation from their coach for their recommended class for the next session.
Fall Class Schedule Available Now
You can start planning for now by checking out the fall class schedule online. You can sign up for fall classes beginning on July 15. Register early to ensure the best chance of getting your preferred class time.
Nineteen athletes from Gem City’s tumbling team traveled to Charleston, West Virginia, for the 2019 National Championships of the United States Tumbling and Trampoline Association (USTA) on June 17-22. Nationals had over 2,100 athletes from 147 teams competing 4,500 events.
Gem City’s novice girls tumbling team earned a first place trophy in their division. Plus, there were several top 10 individual finishes. Gem City’s tumbling team coaches are Zeke Cernea, Laci Heller, Anne Nash, and Lydia Schrand.
Ava Winking, a soon-to-be freshman at Quincy High School, is the winner of our Good Grades Quarterly Drawing for the fourth quarter of the 2018-2019 school year! We’re always excited by the opportunity to share in our athlete’s success at school with our Good Grades Quarterly Drawing.