Call for Nominations – T&T Program Committee Subcommittees
posted on 05/14/2018

The Trampoline & Tumbling Program is composed of the Trampoline & Tumbling Program Committee (TPC) and its sub-committees. These sub-committees include the Trampoline & Tumbling Junior Olympic Program Committee (TJOPC), Trampoline & Tumbling Elite Program (TEPC), and the Trampoline & Tumbling Technical Committee (TTC). The sub-committees are charged with specific T&T Program tasks.

In 2018, elections will be held for the positions of:

  • JO Committee Chair
  • Technical Committee Chair
  • Elite Committee coaches representatives (Trampoline; Tumbling; and Double-Mini).
Nominations must be submitted by May 31, 2018.
Please submit nominations to T&T Program Director Jacqui Godfrey, jgodfrey@usagym.org.

For more information see the T&T Rules & Policies Operating Code (Section 2).

JO Committee Chair
    Criteria for Nomination
    1. Must be at least 21 years old, and a Professional Member in good standing for at least four (4) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must have coached a Level 10 finalist at J.O. Championships within the current or last two quadrennial cycles.
    3. The term of office for the TJOPC is four (4) years with the term beginning August 1 of the election year.
    4. There is no limit to the number of consecutive terms.
    5. The outgoing chair to remain as non-voting member for six months.
    Responsibilities
    1. To work closely with the Program Director.
    2. Organize and conduct the meetings and conference calls of the TJOPC.
    3. Secure, correlate and disseminate agenda items for the annual meetings and conference calls in advance of all meetings and calls.
    4. Coordinate with USA Gymnastics on meeting location/times and advise the TJOPC of these arrangements in advance.
    5. Play an active role in the various TJOPC subcommittees, if any, and coordinate their reports.
    6. Provide leadership for a visible, viable relationship with USA Gymnastics, the TPC, the TJOPC, and other related groups.


Technical Committee Chair
    Criteria for Nomination
    1. Must be at least 21 years old, and a Professional Member in good standing for at least four (4) consecutive years prior to the nomination.
    2. Must be actively involved in the Program and hold a current FIG brevet in one of the disciplines and a minimum of Category 1 in the other two.
    3. Must have been assigned to judge at a FIG Sanctioned international event within the current or last quadrennial cycle.
    4. The term of office for the TTC is four (4) years with the term beginning August 1 of the election year.
    5. There is no limit to the number of consecutive terms.
    6. The outgoing chair to remain as non-voting member for six months.
    Responsibilities
    1. Organize and conduct the meetings and conference call of the TTC.
    2. Secure, correlate and disseminate agenda items for the annual meetings and conference calls in advance of all meetings and calls.
    3. Coordinate with USA Gymnastics on meeting location/times and advise the TTC of these arrangements in advance.
    4. Play an active role in the various TTC subcommittees, if any, and coordinate their reports.
    5. Provide leadership for a visible, viable relationship with USA Gymnastics, the TPC, the TTC, and other related groups.


Elite Committee coaches representatives
    Criteria for Nomination
    1. Must be at least 21 years old, and a Professional Member in good standing for at least two (2) consecutive years prior to nomination.
    2. Must be currently active in National Team activities as a coach of an athlete.
    3. One (1) coach must have been the nationally assigned or personal coach of a trampoline athlete who has competed at the World Championships, Olympic Games, or World Age Group Competition in the current or last quadrennial cycle.
    4. One (1) coach must have been the nationally assigned or personal coach of a double mini athlete who has competed at the World Championships or World Age Group Competition in the current or last quadrennial cycle.
    5. One (1) coach must have been the nationally assigned or personal coach of a tumbling athlete who has competed at the World Championships or World Age Group Competition in the current or last quadrennial cycle.
    Responsibilities
    1. To work closely with the Program Director.
    2. Elite athlete training, development, and support.
    3. Review all athlete and coach selection procedures and policies.
    4. Development and distribution of coaches education.
    5. Annually review and revise sections of the Rules & Policies and Code of Points pertaining to the Elite Program.
    6. Send reviews and revisions to the Rules Advisory Committee regarding the Elite Rules & Policies and Code of Points. vii. Submit all Elite Committee actions, decisions and Elite program recommendations to Program Committee for final approval.