USAIGC 2016 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Hotel & Competition Site: HYATT REGENCY GRAND CYPRESS, ORLANDO FLORIDA
ONE GRAND CYPRESS BLVD. ORLANDO, FLORIDA - USA
The Hyatt Regency Grand Cyprus is located in Lake Buena Vista, one mile from Disney World Resort and five miles from Sea World. The Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress is the centerpiece of a magnificent private 1500-acre Grand Cyprus Resort with an 18-story atrium lobby in a lush tropical setting. This world-class winning hotel is a vacation paradise, without Disney World. The resort offers 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, a racquet club, a 9-hole Pitch N Putt course, elegant dining at several restaurants, abundant recreation, including a spectacular 800,000 gallon lagoon swimming pool with 12 tumbling waterfalls and a Splash Mat. Our World Championship Teams can hold Marsh Mellow Roast Parties at the resort. Reservations are necessary.
Hotel pictures: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/n6ywvdsdh5jgblb/AAC8UieKsZ0Ww9f_NUrAgc_qa
The Regency Hyatt Resort Fees ($20.00 per room night) have been waived for USAIGC/IAIGC Guests allowing free access to: 24 foot climbing wall, 9 hole Pitch N Putt, Golf Driving Range, 24 Hour Health Club,
Court Time at the Racquet Club, Free Local Calls and Toll Free Telephone Water Sports (in their lake): Canoe, Sailboat, Paddle Boat, Hydro Bike and Kayak, Bikes: Adult, Children, and Four and Two Person Surreys
More ways you can enjoy your stay:
For Our USAIGC/IAIGC GUESTS
Hyatt Transportation Link between the Orlando Airport and our Magnificent World Championship Hyatt Complex is available. Bus Transportation is not free but is cheaper then renting a car. Hyatt provides its Guests Free Scheduled Bus Transportation to the ALL Theme Parks.
SHUTTLE LINK: http://groups.supershuttle.com/usaigc.html
USAIGC/IAIGC families staying at our Hyatt Regency Grand Cyprus Property receive FREE Daily Scheduled Shuttle Transportation to Walt Disney Theme Parks, Universal Studios/Island of Adventure and Sea World.
Departures to Disneyt: 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, 2pm Returns from Dsney: 6pm, 8pm, 9:30pm, 11pm
Departures to Universal Orlando 9:20am & 11:20am Returns 4:50pm & 6:50pm
Departure to Sea World: 9:20am 7 11:20am Returns from Sea World 5:10pm & 7:10pm
Reservations & Vouchers are required for all transportation. Shuttle times are subject to capacity, traffic and weather conditions and may occassionally run late. Be at designated area 10 minutes prior to departure.
Riders with disabilities, please call for a reservation at least 24 hours prior to boarding.
USAIGC/IAIGC SPECIALLY PRICED ROOM RATES. Please do not over book.
We have 95% of the hotel. Overbooking and No-Shows hurt parents and gymnasts who are waiting to register after their State or Regional Championship. Note 2016 Regional Qualifying Score is 1 point higher than the State Championship Qualifying score.
Hyatt Room Reservation Link: for our Specially Priced USAIGC/IAIGC Guest Rooms*
*USAIGC Rooms available 3 days pre and post, pending availability during Holiday weeend.
USAIGC/IAIGC Special Theme Park Discount Ticket Link for EVERY Disney Theme Park and Attraction!
The USAIGC/IAIGC has partnered with the Central Florida Sports Commission to provide these great savings.
Here is your attraction ticket link. Do not be afraid to compare. Be careful of ticket fraud from area shops or vendors.
http://centralfloridasports.org/usaigcworld These prices are good until June 1, 2006
Theme Park Tickets & Attractions can also be booked from the Hyatt Concierge Desk from 7am-9pm daily.
June 23 - Equipment Set-Up: THIS IS NOT A PRACTICE DAY
One Capital Cup setup in ballroom and One Training Gym in lobby.|
Age Divisions: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11/12 13/14, 15+ as of first Qualification Competitions
June 24: Day One: Copper 1: All 7, 8yr. olds (other age divisions can be added to this day)
June 25: Day Two: Copper 1
June 26: Day Three*: Copper 1 and/or just Copper 2
*If time permits Bronze may begin in the afternoon or early evening
June 27: Day Four:Bronze Level
June 28: Day Five: Bronze Level
June 29: Day Six: Bronze Level & Bronze Diamond* *possibly
June 30: Day Seven:Bronze Diamond & Silver* *possibly
July 1: Day Eight: Silver
July 2: Day Nine: Silver, Gold, Platinum & Premier
July 3: Day Ten: Silver, Gold, Platinum & Premier Individual Event Finals
CLUB T-SHIRT SWAP AFTER EVERY ALL-AROUND SESSION.
Coaches & Club Owners Receptions TBA
We will continue with TV night at the pool.
USAIGC & IAIGC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRY FORM(will be attached in April)
Entry Fees are to be maild or fax into the USAIGC Office prior to the deadline date of June 3, 2016
USAIGC, Paul Spadaro 450 North End Avenue - Suite 20D, N.Y, N.Y. 10282
Checks made out to: USAIGC E-Mail: email@example.com Fax: 212-227-9793
World Championship Entry Fees:
Individual Events: $32.50 per event *gymnasts qualifying to Individual Event Finals pay NO additional fee
USAIGC / IAIGC 2016 World CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM
CLUBS/Parents THAT PURCHASE WELL-WISHES, SHOUT-OUTS, AD'S or PICTURES receive a FREE Program.
Your Program will be at the front desk. Program Purchase: $5.00
1/8 Page Well Wishes /Shout-Outs: $25.00
¼ Page Photo $50.00
½ Page Photo $75.00
Full Page Photo $100.00
DEADLINE JUNE 10 Checks or CC Payable to USAIC.
CC: A/E, MC, Visa
Fax info to USAIGC: 212-227-9793
Paul Spadaro/USAIGC - 450 North End Avenue – 20F - NY, NY 10282
PDF Program Order File Attached:
Sign Up for World Championship Photos:
Photo Package Registrations - to be posted
A MOMENT FROM OUR 2015 USAIGC & IAIGC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
HYATT REGENCY INDIAN WELLS RESORT & SPA PALM SPRINGS CALIFORNIA.
"This is much easier than Balance Beam"
2015 USAIGC World Championship Team, KMC, PA
USAIGC Gymnasts EXCEL in EVERYTHING THEY DO! This is what our intelligent Competitive Program does.
It provides our gymnasts to experience many other things in their life besides gymnastics!
This picture speaks volumes about the USAIGC/IAIGC gymnass we develop. Paul Spadaro - President USAIGC/IAIGC
Dear USAIGC & IAIGC Club Members & Coaches,
Our 2015 World Championship is now history.
This years World Championship showed the essence of what our USAIGC & IAIGC competitive program is all about. Our Competitive program is not just about competition levels, scores and placements. This year I watched with great pride our gymnasts and coaches from other countries and States across America bonding while competing together and supporting one another with cheers and congratulations on outstanding performances and efforts collectively. This is what the USAIGC & IAIGC competitive program fosters. This positive behavior enhances our competitive program and develops well-rounded, healthy gymnasts competing in an intelligent competitive program that provides them physical, emotional and social benefits, in a nurturing and happy competitive environment.
It is the friendship between gymnasts and coaches that makes our Competitive Program so special. The World Championship is as much about the time shared together by our gymnasts from the USA and around the world competing together, singing together at Karaoke/DJ Nights and TV Swim Nights by the pool and our Coaches working together for every gymnast on the competition floor and at our social events that bring our Coaches together to get to know each other while exchanging ideas and planning for our Associations' future.
We have just begun ......we will continue to push the competitive envelope and develop a healthy competitive culture that continues to foster friendship between our gymnasts and a bond of learning between our coaches and clubs owners. Thank you for being part of the USAIGC and IAIGC. Each of you are responsible for the success of our program! Paul Spadaro, President
PS - I must also thank the greatest staff an organization can ever have.
Thank you USAIGC Competition Staff!