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Nationals 2015 Information
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Nationals 2015 will be hosted by the NAIGC in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wednesday, April 8th through Saturday April 11th.
Host Hotel Information:
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1. Hilton Garden Inn - Philadelphia City Center : Currently fully booked. (Please reserve with our overflow rooms at the Hampton. Information below)
1100 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Reservation Deadline: March 6th, 2015.
1301 Race Street Corner of 13th St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
Reservation Deadline: March 8th, 2015.
Philadelphia Transportation Information:
Competition Fees and Registration:
Payment By Check
For those who cannot pay online and require payment of any of these fees by check, please download this check submission form, which contains instructions on payment via check.
1. NAIGC Club membership fee: $75 per club (NAIGC Membership Online)
Club membership is required to compete in NAIGC sponsored meets (Nationals for this season) and to participate in other NAIGC activities (i.e., clinics/camps). The club membership fee can be paid online by any authorized club representative. All NAIGC member clubs this year will receive a free NAIGC Banner bearing the club's name. The proceeds go to help fund and support the organization.
2. NAIGC Individual membership fees: $30 per person (NAIGC Membership Online)
Individual membership is required from each individual to compete in NAIGC sponsored meets (Nationals for this season) and to participate in other NAIGC activities (i.e., clinics/camps). Individual membership is open to athletes, coaches and anyone wishing to support the NAIGC organization. We also offer a $15 coaches membership for team coaches and non-competing gymnasts that will allow those individuals floor access. Please note that only the full membership will include the membership gift. All of these proceeds go to help fund and support the organization. The membership fees are separate from Nationals meet fees.
Each participant must have their own username and password. Members who participated at Nationals in prior years should use their old username and password. To reset a forgotten password or to set up a new username and password, go to NAIGC Membership Online. For additional username or password help, email email@example.com. Members from previous years do not need to make changes online, but still need to pay annual fees.
All full members will receive a yearly membership gift.
3. Nationals individual fees:
Nationals 2015 fees include individual registration fees, and team fees if competing as a team. These fees are in addition to the NAIGC membership fees (described above). Each club must pay an individual fee for each individual competitor, as well as a team fee for each team that is entered into the team competition.
The individual competitor fee includes a t-shirt automatically.
$75 for early bird registration paid / postmarked by February 1, 2015.
**If you do not pay by March 20, you are not guaranteed entry into the competition.
4. Nationals team fees:
Entering a group from your club into the team competition is not required, but it is necessary to be eligible for team finals. Each team can have at most 8 people compete on each event, but a club can enter multiple teams. (If confused about team fees, click here for examples.)
$100 paid / postmarked by March 1, 2015.
5. Banquet tickets:
Tickets can be purchased for athletes, coaches, parents, friends, etc. The award ceremony will be held at the banquet.
$25 per person by March 1, 2015
6. Signed waivers: Due Mar 20.
The Nationals 2015 waiver is required from each individual competitor, coach, and volunteer.
Rules and Qualification:
Schedule:Please send session requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Philadelphia Nationals 2015!
Short History: The story of Philadelphia goes back over five hundred years. Originally settled by the Lenape people, English settlers arrived in 1664. In 1681, William Penn, a real estate entrepreneur, received the city as back pay from the King of England. Penn gave the city the name Philadelphia from the Greek (philos “loving” and adelphos “brother”) to encourage the colony as a center of democracy and religious freedom. In the coming century, the city became a beacon for commerce as well as revolutionary foment. During the American Revolution, Philadelphia played an instrumental role as a meeting place for the Founding Fathers, who signed both the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and the Constitution in 1787. During the 19th and 20th centuries, Philadelphia continued to grow as a major economic center. Today, Philly’s hard-scrabble culture and diverse ethnic background can be found in the city’s distinct cuisine and numerous attractions. Welcome to PHILLY! WELCOME TO NATIONALS 2015!
Nationals Checklist:A printable checklist for nationals is available here, which details a list of things you need to do to be set up for nationals. For any other information, check the FAQ below.
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