NAIGC MAG Competitions offer three levels, each of which use the skill values laid out in a document released by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) called the Code of Points (latest version available here). Rules regarding routine composition, scoring, etc. are based off of those in the Code of Points with moderate to significant modifications, laid out in the NAIGC MAG rules document:
For a quick summary, please reference this table:
Resources and Link
- NAIGC MAG Rules Document – Complete description of NAIGC MAG Rules
- NAIGC Competition Structure and Eligibility Policy
- NAIGC Men’s Rules Quick Guide – A single poster summarizing the rules (print it out for your gym!)
- MAG National Championship Format – Explains structure of Nationals and finals qualification
- Cheat Sheets for Judges – To help judges know our rules better!
- NAIGC Skill Exceptions – To submit a skill for consideration, please email a video and explanation to email@example.com. If it’s accepted, you may submit a video of yourself competing it with no major deductions, and we’ll name it after you!
- FIG Code of Points – Detailed rules and skill values/descriptions that serves as the basis for all of the NAIGC levels.
- Introductions to Men’s Gymnastics Rules
- MAG Routine Construction Guide
- MAG Beginner Routines
- USA Gymnastics Code of Points – For reference only. Please see NAIGC specific rules
Training Advice and Rules Questions
If you’re looking for more training advice or rules explanations, check out the NAIGC Skills and Drills Facebook group to get gymnastics tips from your fellow NAIGC gymnasts and certified judges.
For those gymnasts interested in competing all ten events, see our new Decathlon division! Email firstname.lastname@example.org directly if you wish to participate in the Decathlon or have any questions.
Please contact email@example.com with questions, comments, changes, etc.