FloGymnastics To Live Stream Elevate The Stage Meets In 2018

FloGymnastics is thrilled to announce our partnership with Elevate the Stage.

We will be live streaming every Elevate the Stage competition that includes an NCAA component in the 2018 season. PRO members will be able to watch the level 9, level 10, and NCAA sessions live on our website for the Reno, Toledo, Augusta, and Huntsville meets.

Elevate the Stage is a series of podium-style gymnastics meets that include both club (level 1 through 10 plus Xcel) and NCAA competitions.

One of the most enticing features of this competition is the equipment setup, which includes a raised podium. Podium setups, which offer a championship-style presentation, are used at major international competitions including the Olympics and world championships. 

Elevate the Stage is a great competitive advantage for NCAA teams. The meet is a rare opportunity during the regular season to prepare on the same equipment and podium setup that will be used at the NCAA championships.

All upper level club sessions will be held on the podium setup, a special and unique occurrence that leads to a memorable competition. 

The competitions also take place at a neutral location, offering a level playing field without any home advantage.

Below is the information for the four competitions. Click on the teams to go to the individual event hub for each competition.

DateLocationLive Stream InfoNCAA Teams
Jan. 12-15Reno, NVL9, L10, NCAAUCLA, Utah, Stanford, and Washington
Feb. 23-25Toledo, OHL9, L10, NCAAMichigan, Denver, Utah State, and BGSU
March 2-4Augusta, GAL9, L10, NCAAGeorgia, Nebraska, Stanford, and Illinois
March 9-11Huntsville, ALL9, L10, NCAAAlabama and Auburn


To register for the competitions, visit the Elevate the Stage website here. Registration closes November 15.

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