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The 2013 Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic is scheduled to be held from February 22nd through the 24th. Located at the Sevierville Convention Center, gymnasts from around the country are welcome to come and participate in this year’s events. Not only do many come to the event to participate in gymnastic competitions, but others attend to view the performances by athletes of all ages. Tickets are available to be purchased in advance and can be picked up at the will-call window located at the Sevierville Convention Center. 3-day adult tickets are available for $24 and $20 for children. Advanced ticket purchases for 2 and 1 day attendees may also be purchased. On location tickets may be purchased the day of the event.
Entry fees for competitors vary by level. USAG Women’s level 3 through 6 start at $76 while USAG Men’s start at $81. Reserved entry spots are on a first come, first serve basis. Teams and individuals will be awarded custom medals and award banners to hand in the facility. Medals are available for all winners while banners are provided for all competing teams to show off that they were at the 2013 Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic.
Wilderness at the Smokies is the host hotel for this year’s 2013 Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic. Competitors will meet at the Seiverville Convention Center, a 240,000 sq. ft. convention center. All equipment is provided by NetLynx Sports.
Seiverville, Tennesee is an excellent place to enjoy this gymnastics competition. Visitors come from all over not only to enjoy the event’s activities, but also the many attractions that they will find in the area. Nearby, head to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg for fun during all seasons. From Ober Gatlinburg for winter sports, Ripley’s Aquarium of The Smokies for beautiful sites, to Dollywood for outstanding amusement attractions, all ages will enjoy a trip to Tennessee for the 2013 Smoky Mountain Gymnastic Vacation Classic. While you’re not spending time at the event, live it up enjoying the many local attractions.