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Girls Competitive Gymnastics Teams

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Queen City Gymnastics boasts countless records and the one QCG is most proud of is our record of longevity and consistency. In the 2011 season the QCG Girls Competitive Team had an impressive 47 Individual State Champions, as well as countless State Championship Team Titles throughout all levels over the years. Of course, just as important as individual champions and team titles are college scholarships and the number of scholarship athletes from the QC girls competitive team now totals over 40.

Our coaching crew is unique in the gymnastics world. Selected for their genuine love of children as well as their technical expertise, you will not find better coaches anywhere in any sport. Saying it another way, if you are concerned about the character of the people who mentor your children, QCG is the clear best choice for your kids.

Athletes train in a 42,000 sqft (over one acre!) gymnastics training hall, the largest in the nation and perhaps the world. In addition to the apparatus and mats you can see, an effort to provide for your child’s safety goes far beyond what meets the eye and includes: six in-ground trampolines; 8 in-ground dismount pits; as well as 10,000 springs powering our 6-1/2 floor exercise floors! Ask any ‘veteran’ QCG Team parent who has had a chance to visit other USA gyms and they will confirm, you will not find a facility anywhere that even comes close to QCG!

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 Girls Team App (For Parents & Athletes)


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 Meet Our Coaches

 

Stacy Moore - Girls Competitive Team Dept. Leader

Stacy Moore has been with Kids First since 2014. Born in Connecticut, Stacy relocated to Florida in 1990 and was part of Region 8 Gymnastics community for nearly 25 years. She spent numerous years both coaching and judging gymnastics. She joined the Queen City Gymnastics family when she relocated to the Cincinnati area with her husband and two children.

Stacy has a love for developing the whole child through the sport of gymnastics. Whether it is inspiring the beginner level competitor or accompanying athletes to national meets, Stacy enjoys the entire process.

“I love the positive environment and teaching philosophy here at Kids First and Queen City Gymnastics. We truly put the athlete first and coach much more than gymnastics. When kids flourish under a coaching staff that develops the athlete mentally, physically, and emotionally, it is very rewarding to see the girls develop into the confident leaders we believe they can become.”

 

 

Sadie O'Hara - Select Xcel Dept. Leader 

We are so excited for Kids First and especially the QCG coaches, parents and athletes to have Sadie moving into this leadership role. Sadie grew up in Kids First with both of her parents being team coaches and department leaders. She began volunteering for Kids First at age 13 and working in Tumble Bees in 2015. Sadie joined the QCG coaching staff during her senior year of high school and completed her QCG journey as a gymnast herself as the Level 9 Regional Bar Champion and State Champion on both Floor and Bars. Since becoming part of the Queen City Gymnastics coaching staff in 2019, the program has exploded with success. Sadie has been a strong leader, exemplifies the qualities of a KF stellar employee and has taken on Department Leader type responsibilities since our return from Covid in May 2020. Sadie has had the opportunity to lead the Select Xcel Program and assist in mentoring new coaches, lesson planning, parent meetings and produce some great gymnasts along the way handling all of her duties with grace and confidence. Sadie said, "I'm most excited about getting to lead the program through every opportunity. With each struggle and success, I'll get to be there every step of the way for the coaches and athletes to grow."

 

 

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