On February 27, Gymnastics Unlimited’s NinjaZone competed virtually against CS Gymnastics in the 2021 Ninja Competition. Each ninja competed on two obstacle courses, which combined skill and precision on equipment throughout the gym. Ninjas were scored on their accuracy and form. Here are the results!
- Mason B. (GU): 211.4
- Jerry D. (CS): 207.3
- Grant S. (GU): 204.4
- Gavin B. (GU): 202.8
- Blake J. (CS): 202.3
- Mila M. (CS): 199.3
- Lucas A. (CS): 196.2
- John S. (GU): 205.5
- Gavin J. (CS): 201.7
- Olivia K. (GU): 201.4
- James S. (CS): 200.0
- Karina R. (GU): 197.2
- Henry O. (GU): 196.9
Congratulations to all of the competitors!
Registration is open for our 2021 Ninja Competition!
What is the Ninja Competition?
At the Ninja Competition, each ninja will compete in two obstacle courses. These events combine skill and precision on equipment throughout the gym. Each ninja will receive a combined score from both events based upon accuracy and form. Prizes will be awarded to all participants.
Who can sign up?
All ninjas, boys and girls. Minimum age is 6 years old (5 for currently-enrolled Ninja students). Participants should try to attend at least one training session for each course.
The entry fee includes the following:
- Ninja’s entry to the event and three training sessions
- Virtual spectator access
- A prize
Why Training Sessions? What is the purpose of my Ninja doing the required sessions?
The training sessions will prepare ninjas for the specific skills that will be observed, along with what is expected of a ninja at the Ninja Competition.
Training sessions: 2/6, 2/13, and 2/20 from 8:00-8:40 AM.
What do the Ninjas need to wear to participate in the event?
They must wear their ninja shirt and ninja headband that they use in class.
Can my Ninja bring guests to watch?
In keeping with the governor’s guidelines, no spectators will be allowed in the building. Spectators will be able to watch via a private Zoom link.