NAWGJ Oregon

Women's Gymnastics Judging in Oregon

Judging Schedule, Assignments, Contracts, etc. log on to

NAWGJ National Symposium

Fort Worth, Texas July 11-14th

Effective January 1, 2018, the rate for mileage reimbursement for Judges is: $.54.

Judges Heat Sheet

Warm-up Time Chart

Practice Judging in Oregon info doc.

Note from Lisa Evanoff:  I have been accepted to get my Masters in Clinical Nutrition and complete my dietetic internship at University of Memphis. During that time, I have also been selected to work and do research with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Thank you for fostering my love of judging for the past 6 years. I look forward to switching things up and judging in Tennessee. Good Luck Lisa!!!!


Interested in becoming a judge?  

Please visit our Want to Judge? page for more information or contact our New Judge Coordinator, Staci Greene if you want to become a judge in Oregon.

Already an Oregon judge and can't access the site?
Contact Rochelle Mallett.

Already a judge and/or moving to Oregon?  
Contact Lynn McCaffrey, State Judging Director.

Congratulations to Lynn McCaffrey

our 2018 Judge of the year and

to Westside for club of the year!

Summer 2018 Newsletter

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Xcel Winter 2017 Newsletter (D. Palmer)

    Exams in Oregon 2018   

    •December 9th, 9:30am
     at The MAC in Portland

Level 6-10 Judges' re-certification:
  1. All current Optional judging ratings are valid until Dec. 31, 2018.              
  2. The first opportunity to test for Level 7/8, 9 & 10 judges will be at the 2018 National Congress.       
  3. In order to be eligible for an Optional judging assignment in 2019, the judge MUST achieve a new optional rating valid for 2018-2022. All current optional ratings will be null and void as of 12/31/18.          
  4. Judging assignments between August and December 2018: 
    • First priority is given to those judges who achieve a 2018-22 Optional rating.
    • Next priority goes to judges who have tested but passed only one part (written or practical).
    • 2013-18 rated judges who have tested but have not achieved a new rating may be assigned ONLY if there are are not enough judges available who have achieved a new 2018-22 rating.

    The current Level 4/5 ratings are valid through December 31, 2021.  

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