Whether you are already a new judge, or just “window shopping”, this page will try to answer some basic questions about gymnastics officiating. Contacting the State Judging Director (SJD) in your state is always your first resource. Specific SJD information is available on the Directory – Regional/State page found under About NAWGJ.
New Judge Clinic - General Information, View
Updated 8/2022 Designed for former Collegiate athletes as well as anyone wanting to learn more about becoming a women's gymnastics judge - Updated 8/22 - Provided by Marcy Blitz email:
- Video Link for the New Judge Clinic
- Many former collegiate gymnasts will be able to test at Level 9 or, in some cases, Level 10 as well as Level 4/5. Use this form to request this exemption: https://usagym.org/PDFs/Women/Judges/exemption-eligibility-form.pdf
- New Judge To Do List 2022, View Provided by the Recruiting & Retention Committee Email:
Judging Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, View
Testing is offered in every state by USA Gymnastics authorized Test Administrators. NAWGJ officers are some of those certified to administer the test.
The Master Test Schedule, View
Prospective judges are encouraged to contact their NAWGJ Regional or State Judging Director for further information.
- Brevet & National Judges Information