You have to be at least 8 years old and get at least a 34.00 AA score in a Level 8 competition.
If you want to get a gymnastics scholarship to a college, you should probably be in a level between levels 8 and elite, because that's what level college gymnasts typically are.
There is a *lot* of terminology in gymnastics. I couldn't possibly list it all. I suggest Googling a gymnastics dictionary. What do you mean by basic skills? Basic skill for pre-competitive? Level 4? Level 8? Level 10?
i can help!! i am a level 8 gymnast. i know just about everything when it comes to gymnastics because i have been doing gym for 11 years
no weights requirements
Bronze: Equivalent to ~ levels 1-4, so the minimal requirements are about level 1. Silver: Equivalent to ~ levels 3-7, so the minimal requirements are about level 3-4. Gold: Equivalent to ~ levels 5-7, so the minimal requirements are about level 5. Platinum: Equivalent to ~ levels 6-10 so the minimal requirements are about level 6-7
You have to be at least 8 years old and get at least a 31.00 AA at a level 7 meet.
For guys it's level 7 and for girls it's level 8. But it really all depends on your floor skill
It depends on the gymnastics level of the child or teen. You learn a cartwheel at level 1 gymnastics, so it just depends on what level of gymnastics they are on.
Well ..... I am 9 and I went to the Junior Olympics in gymnastics when I was 8 and got second in level 10.! :)