25th Annual Houston National Invitational
Featuring Top Men and Women Athletes from Around the World
Houston's premier international/national gymnastics, trampoline and fitness competition.
More than 3,500 athletes in three major national and international events. Some of the nation’s top Olympic and junior gymnasts, along with teams from outside the USA , come to compete in an international invitational competition.
First time competitors as young as six, as well as junior and senior elite gymnasts, perform in the same venue with national and Olympic team members. The younger gymnasts will have the exciting opportunity of competing next to their Olympic heroes.
Competition Details and Schedules
Adults - $25
Seniors & Veterans - $20
Children (5-12yrs) - $15
Adults - $40
Seniors & Veterans - $35
Children (5-12yrs) - $20
You can save time by purchasing your tickets in advance ->
Your tickets will be awaiting you at “Will Call”.
IN & OUT DAILY PARKING PASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS WHILE SUPPLY LASTS - $15*
REGULAR DAILY PARKING IS $12
*Please note: IN and OUT Daily Parking Passes are limited in numbers and MUST be purchased Thursday, January 31, 2019 at the “Training Session” from 4PM to 7PM. We do NOT refund parking and have NO WAY to “upgrade” paid parking to “IN and OUT” status. These are offered strictly on a first come, first served basis.
Eagle’s Nest Mini Golf
For HNI’s 25th Annual Event, we have brought in fun for the entire family as a part of the event. Take a break from all the amazing Gymnastics and test your skills at 9 holes of golf!
Houston Gymnastics Center
The Houston Gymnastics Center (HGC) is a multi-level community training center based at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston. Team members come from the broad economic, social, cultural and religious backgrounds typical of Houston. Pre-school, recreational, trampoline, tumbling, cheerleading and competitive programs run year round and promote athletic learning experiences for all age and skill levels.
Houston Gymnastics Center Director, Tim Erwin, has hosted the competition since its inception in 1994. During this time the Houston National/International Invitational has grown into a premier national gymnastics and fitness competition.