REgistration faq's

Fees and Deadlines

FallOctober 15
WinterFebruary 28
SpringApril 30
SummerAugust 31

For more information, please visit the Register page.

No, the Gymnastics BC membership fee is valid from September 1 – August 31, regardless of date of purchase.

Yes, all members (athletes, coaches, judges, volunteers & staff) must pay the Gymnastics Canada fee.

All individuals who take part in gymnastics programming at a GBC full member club must pay the Gymnastics BC and Gymnastics Canada membership fees.

A drop in program should be treated as regular programming. The participant should become either a recreational casual gymnast (5 visits or less) or a recreational annual gymnast. 

Membership fees

The deadline to change MAG & WAG categories is March 1 until after BC Championships.

There is no deadline to change TG categories.

Gymnastics BC’s registration management system is Uplifter.

For information on registering individual members, please visit the Register page.

Records of registration (for minors) including participant lists must be kept secure until the children reach age 18 and then at least three years after they are of age in case of insurance claim.

Records of registration for adults need to be kept secure for seven years, similar to financial records.

Waivers should be kept until the child is 18, plus 10 years (28)

​GBC membership fees are non-refundable. If a participant takes part in any gymnastics programming, they will not receive a refund.​ 

No, casual members do not pay zone fees.

No, trampoline gymnasts do not pay zone fees.

Yes, competitive athletes who wish to transfer clubs must notify GBC in writing. The old club has 10 days to either approve or deny the transfer.

Additional information can be found in the registration handbook.

No, recreational athletes can move freely between GBC member clubs.

No, the caregiver does not need to become a member of Gymnastics BC, but they must sign the Companion Release and Indemnity form.

No, a parent in a parent & tot program does not need to become a member of Gymnastics BC, but they must sign the Companion Release and Indemnity form.

Categories

FallOctober 15
WinterFebruary 28
SpringApril 30
SummerAugust 31

For more information, please visit the Register page.

No, the Gymnastics BC membership fee is valid from September 1 – August 31, regardless of date of purchase.

Yes, all members (athletes, coaches, judges, volunteers & staff) must pay the Gymnastics Canada fee.

All individuals who take part in gymnastics programming at a GBC full member club must pay the Gymnastics BC and Gymnastics Canada membership fees.

A drop in program should be treated as regular programming. The participant should become either a recreational casual gymnast (5 visits or less) or a recreational annual gymnast. 

Membership fees

The deadline to change MAG & WAG categories is March 1 until after BC Championships.

There is no deadline to change TG categories.

Gymnastics BC’s registration management system is Uplifter.

For information on registering individual members, please visit the Register page.

Records of registration (for minors) including participant lists must be kept secure until the children reach age 18 and then at least three years after they are of age in case of insurance claim.

Records of registration for adults need to be kept secure for seven years, similar to financial records.

Waivers should be kept until the child is 18, plus 10 years (28)

​GBC membership fees are non-refundable. If a participant takes part in any gymnastics programming, they will not receive a refund.​ 

No, casual members do not pay zone fees.

No, trampoline gymnasts do not pay zone fees.

Yes, competitive athletes who wish to transfer clubs must notify GBC in writing. The old club has 10 days to either approve or deny the transfer.

Additional information can be found in the registration handbook.

No, recreational athletes can move freely between GBC member clubs.

No, the caregiver does not need to become a member of Gymnastics BC, but they must sign the Companion Release and Indemnity form.

No, a parent in a parent & tot program does not need to become a member of Gymnastics BC, but they must sign the Companion Release and Indemnity form.

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