Scott Crouse has been President of the World Acrobatics Society (WAS) since 2018 and serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Society. In this capacity, he provides leadership, direction, and control of all Society affairs. He is proud to be able to share his business knowledge and experience to help the World Acrobatics Society achieve its mission and goals.
Scott, the owner of Lone Star Gymnastics in Ft. Worth, came to Texas from California, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. He served as Head Coach of SCAT Gymnastics from 1972 to 1979 and has been active in coaching ever since, placing many gymnasts on National and International Teams. He has been and is still active in numerous professional groups including USAG Board of Directors; USAG Texas State Board, both women and men; Region III Board Member, and Director of the USAG Talent Opportunity Program (TOPS).
Scott has received over 30 International coaching assignments and has authored Junior Olympic National Compulsory Uneven Bars routines and published over 20 articles on Coaching, Mechanics and Technique of Skills. He was co-architect in designing the USA Gymnastics National Training Center and US Olympic Training Center at Colorado Springs; is founder and past president of California State Coaches Association and Texas Women’s Gymnastics Coaches Association, was past Region III Director for USAG National TOPS Program; was a past member of USAG Region III Board for Women, to mention a few of his accomplishments.
Scott is currently a member of the USAG Texas State Board for both Women and Men. He has received over 20 International Coaching Lecture Assignments and designed and built the first in-ground pits, the first spring floor using metal springs, and the first fiberglass uneven bar rails for women in the United States. Outside the gym, Scott enjoys golf, boating, rock climbing, cooking, writing, and collecting art and Olympic memorabilia, but most of all, he enjoys life.
World Acrobatics Society affiliation: Men's & Women's Artistic Gymnastics