The strength of the gymnastics community depends in large part on the professionals, volunteers, and other dedicated individuals who serve in critical leadership positions across the sport. As they help set policy, educate the community, weigh in on governance, and take part in a myriad of other critical tasks, these leaders set an example for everyone in the sport. Because of that, those who serve in these roles must meet certain qualifications and uphold the USA Gymnastics core values and mission.
A “USAG Leader” includes:
Every USAG Leader must at all times while serving as a USAG Leader:
An individual may not serve as a USAG Leader if he or she:
USA Gymnastics will determine whether an individual is qualified and able to serve as a USAG Leader. If an individual disputes USA Gymnastics’ determination, then the Ethics & Grievance Committee will resolve that dispute.