AS OF JANUARY 4, 2021: The following slide from the JO Update presentation at the 2020 National Congress overrides the statement in the minutes of the May 2020 Technical Committee meeting in regards to the Volunteer requirements for eligibility to the 2022 National/USA Brevet Judges’ Course.
The mission of the National Association of Women's Gymnastics Judges (NAWGJ) is to provide professional development for women's gymnastics judges and to support and promote women’s gymnastics in the United States.
NAWGJ trains and assigns judges for all levels of competition sponsored by the USAG, NCAA, AAU, YMCA, and other organizations.
Every judge is required to fulfill educational requirements annually and to re-certify every four years following the Olympic Games. Certification is based on the outcome of written and practical exams.
This website provides information for individuals interested in becoming a judge as well as those who are experienced professionals.
We are proud to serve the judges, coaches, and athletes in our sunshine state.
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