ELEVATE THE STAGE GYMNASTICS
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Elevate the Stage Gymnastics Tickets
Sanctioned by: NCAA, JO, Xcel
Number of Meets: 2
Number of Participants: About 1,000 gymnasts
NCAA Conference Participants: Big 10
Affiliation: Knight Eady Sports Group
Elevate the Stage Gymnastics TicketsElevate the Stage Gymnastics is a one-of-a-kind meet that involves many ability levels with a unique apparatus setup. The three-day meet was created in 2015 to add a competitive edge to the Northeast and Midwest competitive gymnastics circuits. Unlike traditional gymnastics meets that take place on a level floor, bar, beam and vault, the gym floor at Elevate the Stage includes elevated competition areas. At these meets, each event has its own stage. The stages are built up about 4 feet from the ground with stairs leading to each platform. Contestants often congregate around the stairs to the competition area just before it is their turn to perform for the judges. Awards are handed out on the main floor at the end of each session. Gymnasts come from all levels of competition to attend this meet with hopes of earning Achievement, Individual and Team awards. You can get your Elevate the Stage Gymnastics tickets at StubHub.
How much are Elevate the Stage tickets?Elevate the Stage Gymnastics tickets vary by price depending on whether you attend the Toledo, Ohio, or Birmingham, Ala. meet. Other factors that affect the price of tickets are closeness to the stage, VIP packages and parking options. There are several levels of gymnastics that take place during the three-day event. Tickets for Junior Olympics (JO) and NCAA competitions are likely to be more expensive than Xcel and open programs. If you are watching more than one athlete during the weekend meets, you can purchase a multiday ticket.
What NCAA gymnastics teams compete at the Elevate the Stage competition?Many NCAA gymnastics teams have competed at the Elevate the Stage competition in both Toledo and Birmingham since 2015. At the Toledo Elevate the Stage meet, attendees can expect to see competitors from the Big 10 conference, including Ohio State, Nebraska, Illinois, Rutgers, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Penn State, Michigan State and Maryland. At the Birmingham meet, NCAA gymnastics fans will see Alabama face off against Auburn. The JO competition is a good opportunity to see female gymnasts that may be on a future Olympic team and those who could go on to compete at the college level.
Is the Elevate the Stage a qualifying meet for any other event?Yes, the Elevate the Stage event can be a qualifying meet for the Nastia Liukin Cup. Competitors at the event in Toledo can use a win at this event to qualify for the famous Nastia Cup in March. There are several meets that a gymnast can attend to qualify for the cup; however, this is the only cup qualifier offered in Ohio.
Is the Elevate the Stage competition always at the same location?In 2015, the event was created as a neutral location for Auburn and Alabama college gymnastics teams to compete against each other. Th event was a success and in the next year Michigan competed as well. As the competition grew, it was awarded with all Big 10 schools competing at one or both locations. Event organizers eventually added all levels of gymnastics and hope to add more locations as the meet and unique venue style continue to grow.
How long is the Elevate the Stage Gymnastics event?The event lasts three days and different teams compete each day. The first day of competition is dedicated to NCAA competitions. The second day of competition includes many Junior Olympic competitions. The last day of competition is dedicated to younger teams and Xcel programs.
Where can I buy Elevate the Stage Gymnastics tickets?You can buy Elevate the Stage gymnastics tickets at StubHub. You can check out the latest ticket availability at StubHub.
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