Why AGG, Aesthetic Group Gymnastics?
Aesthetic group gymnastics (AGG) provides great performance and competition opportunities for:
• Rhythmic Gymnasts • Artistic Gymnasts • Dancers • Sport Acro Athletes and more...
It focuses on graceful movement with gymnastic and dance techniques and includes:
• Balances • Jumps • Lifts • Body Waves • Dance Steps
Aesthetic group gymnastics offers national and international group competitions in age ranges beginning at age 8 and continuing through age 30+.
AGG AWARDS 2023
To qualify to become a National Team member, athletes must:
• Be no younger than 13 years old
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn, work hard, and be a team player
• Be open to corrections and constructive criticism
• Be able to perform jumps, turns, body movements, and lifts at trials
International Competitions for Aesthetic Group Gymnastics
International competitions include teams from 20+ countries, providing our teams exposure to different cultures and opportunities to make new friends. Representing the USA, teams compete around the world!
Chicago, San Diego, Los Angeles, USA
Helsinki, Finland | Toronto, Canada
Paris, France | São Paulo, Brazil
Singapore, Republic of Singapore
Cartagena, Spain | Budapest, Hungary
Tallinn, Estonia | Graz, Austria
Malasia and more...
What are the responsibilities of the National Team?
Every AGG USA Gymnastics member has the power and the responsibility to shape the culture within our sport. By practicing our shared values and staying focused on our highest priority – the safety and well-being of our athletes – we can promote an environment that empowers and supports athletes and makes participation in the sport a positive and rewarding experience for all members.
The AGG USA Gymnastics Code of Ethical Conduct (the “Code”) is our collective commitment to work ethically in all instances. It offers a tangible way to put our values into practice and guidance in situations with potential or actual ethical implications. But, ultimately, the effectiveness of the Code depends on a personal commitment from every member of the gymnastics community.
This Code is divided into three sections: (1) the Athlete Bill of Rights; (2) Ethical Obligations; and (3) Resolution of Ethical Issues. The Code does not address misconduct or abusive behaviors. Instead, the AGG USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Policy provides the definitions and mandatory reporting requirements for misconduct and abuse. All Members of AGG USA Gymnastics are required to implement and adhere to this Code.