All-Star Nca Crossovers -- Is It 5 Per Team Or 5 Per Gym??

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Mclovin

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I have heard both and I am completely confused. Coaches, owners, help me out here please!! Thanks!
 
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From the NCA site:


DIVISIONS AND CROSSOVERS

Unlimited Crossovers will continue to be allowed at all NCA events with the exception
of NCA All-Star Nationals. Crossovers at NCA ALL-STAR NATIONALS WILL BE
ALLOWED given the following restrictions:
1. Participant may only crossover into a division within the same USASF Level.
(ex: Level 3 Jr Coed and Level 3 Small Senior).
2. Participant may only represent up to a maximum of two teams.
3. Participant may only represent on gym.
4. A maximum of fi ve crossover participants is allowed per team.
5. Crossover participants must pay an additional commuter registration fee in full
to perfrom on the second team

The link: http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/as_sgb.pdf page 34
 
I have read that. I want to know how people interpret it.
 
I have always been told 5 per gym. But I have heard others say 5 per team.
 
I always thought it was per gym, but now reading it makes me think per team. ????
 
The power of GOOGLE!

From the NCA site:


DIVISIONS AND CROSSOVERS
Unlimited Crossovers will continue to be allowed at all NCA events with the exception
of NCA All-Star Nationals. Crossovers at NCA ALL-STAR NATIONALS WILL BE
ALLOWED given the following restrictions:
1. Participant may only crossover into a division within the same USASF Level.
(ex: Level 3 Jr Coed and Level 3 Small Senior).

This is fairly clear

2. Participant may only represent up to a maximum of two teams.

You can only crossover 1 time to be on 2 teams

3. Participant may only represent on gym.

You can not crossover from Susie's allstars to Billybob's allstars. You can only crossover with in the same gym

4. A maximum of fi ve crossover participants is allowed per team.

You can only have kids cross over onto any 1 team

5. Crossover participants must pay an additional commuter registration fee in full
to perfrom on the second team

Pay your money in full, in advance and you can cross over to the second team.

The link: http://nca.varsity.com/pdfs/as_sgb.pdf page 34


That is my take on it for what it is worth.
 
#4 is where I'm confused. I'm reading that to mean my youth 2 team can have 5 crossovers on it and my youth 4 team can have 5 crossovers on it, and my junior 5 team can have 5 crossovers on it. So I could potentially have 15 crossovers from my gym at NCA. Right? Wrong?
 
#4 is where I'm confused. I'm reading that to mean my youth 2 team can have 5 crossovers on it and my youth 4 team can have 5 crossovers on it, and my junior 5 team can have 5 crossovers on it. So I could potentially have 15 crossovers from my gym at NCA. Right? Wrong?


My take on it is yes. As long as it is not the same 5 and they came from a like division . 2=>2 4=>4 5=>5
 
#4 is where I'm confused. I'm reading that to mean my youth 2 team can have 5 crossovers on it and my youth 4 team can have 5 crossovers on it, and my junior 5 team can have 5 crossovers on it. So I could potentially have 15 crossovers from my gym at NCA. Right? Wrong?

Correct, unless each team has a different EIN.
 
What will be interesting is if NEXT year NCA will keep their 'only crossover between levels' rule. They are more restrictive than the USASF ones.
 
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