Matricks Acro Competition invites you to join us on our mission & journey to give the public a prestigious space where the Top Acrobats compete for the title of Canada's Top Acrobat. With a combined experience of 40 years of Competitve Dance, Acro, and Gymnastics, Michelle & Monica found their love for Acrobatics. They noticed a gap in the industry for Acrobats to express their art & sportsmanship. Matricks Acro Competition is an environment where studio owners can bring their acrobats but where also individual registrants can compete as well for our titles. 

All soloists are eligible to compete for the title of Canada's Top Acrobat for either the Mini, Junior, Intermediate, or Senior age divisions. Our audition classes are also available to soloists. We have 4 specialized classes; balances, walkovers & contortion, aerials, & tumbling. The Top 5 Balancers, Contortionists, Aerialists, & Tumblers will be placed for the audition classes. The Top Acrobat is not eligible to place in audition classes. 

Our formal competition consist of solos, duets/trios, small groups, large groups, lines, & productions broken down  into age divisions of mini, junior, intermediate, & senior. 

Competition Divisions, Fees & Time Limits

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We are on the hunt for CANADA'S TOP ACROBAT

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Age Divisions

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To reach the average age of an entry, add all ages & divide by the number of acrobats in the routine. Drop the decimal place. 

The names & ages of all dancers must appear on the original registration or it will not be accepted. If a dancer cannot make it to competition or any other circumstance arises the studio director must speak to the competition directors & let them know of any changes. If there is a false claim in age for an entry it will be disqualified from the competition. 


The average age must not drop more than one age division below the age of the oldest dancer in the entry. For example: an entry contains acrobats ranging in age from 8-15, the entry may not compete younger than the Junior Division. 

Any routine with a dancer 20 years of age or older must compete in the Open age division.