Fun Meet

The Annual Fun Meet is not an actual competition. It is an event that provides your child with the opportunity to demonstrate the skills that he/she has been learning in class each week.

Tumble Tykes students will be performing on stations similar to those used during their respective classes. All other students will be performing on all of the Olympic Events: Vault, Bars, Beam & Floor for the girls & Floor, Rings, Vault & Parallel Bars for the boys.

doc_pdf Suwanee Packet and Schedule

doc_pdfLawrenceville Packet and Schedule



Care Instructions For Fun Meet Leotards
 

GK takes tremendous pride in both selection and testing the best available fabrics in the gymnastics industry today. However, there are certain high fashion fabrics that are more susceptible to wear and fading than the traditional long wearing fabrics. Our fabrics can be grouped into 2 categories:  

Long Wearing Durable Fabrics: Nylon/Spandex, Velvet, DryTech, Brushed Tricot, TechMesh, and Stretch Woven.  

DryTech may shrink when heat is applied.  

Special Care Fragile Fabrics: Hologram, Mesh, and Nylon/spandex with Foil.  

Caring for our Fragile Fabrics  
Repeated wear and washing may cause the fabrics to fade or lose foil.  
Alcohol in all aerosol products affects these fabrics. Please cover the leotard before applying. 
Deodorants and perspiration may cause the fabric to fade or lose foil. We recommend the use of pure crystal deodorant (does not contain Aluminum Cholorohydrate). Tests have shown that this may reduce or eliminate color transference under the arm, when combining a light and dark fabric (Individual results may vary). 
Hologram and Nylon/spandex with foil fabrics will dull slightly in the jeweled area due to the heat application. 

Color Blocking with Fabrics 
Please note that combining a white or light color fabric with dark color fabric may show color transference. This is a common industry problem, and can become obvious under certain conditions. In addition, we have found that when a white or light color garment is worn under a dark velvet warm-up or shorts, some color may transfer from the warm-up or shorts onto the garment.  

We have found that perspiration and deodorant often contribute to color bleeding, especially when the two colors meet under the arms. Even by following proper washing instructions, you may notice some color transference.  

Also note, damp leotards that are left in gym bags may show color transference.  

GK may refuse returns on orders due to color transference. To minimize this problem, it is important that you have carefully selected your fabric color combinations and follow the washing instructions listed below.  

If you chose to combine sensitive fabrics and colors, it is at your own risk. GK may refuse returns on special orders in those combinations. 

Washing and Care Instructions 
Garment(s) must be washed separately. Turn garments inside out. Use a mild liquid detergent, gently hand wash in a large volume of cold water. Rinse immediately, DO NOT allow garment to soak. Pat dry with a clean towel and use a thick plastic hanger to air dry. 

DO NOT use fabric softeners
DO NOT dry clean
DO NOT iron

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