Scott Keswick


1994 Team World Championships Team Member
1994 National Champion
1994 World Championships Team Member
1993 World Championships Event Finalist
1992 Olympian
1991 World Championships Event Finalist

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
Residence: Los Gatos, Calif.
Birth Date/Place: March 3, 1970/Washington, D.C.
Club: UCLA
Coach: Art Shurlock, Yefim Furman
College: UCLA
Graduated: June 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Math/Applied Science
Years on National Team: 8 (1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97)
Began Gymnastics: 1978
Favorite Apparatus/Event: Still rings
Hobbies: Skiing, reading, movies, riding motorcycles



Keswick was awarded the 1995 McDonald's "Balancing It All" award. He was also awarded the 1994 Sportsperson of the Year award at the USA Gymnastics Congress. Keswick is a four-time USA Gymnastics National Champion (1989, 1990, 1991 and 1994) on rings, making him the only gymnast to ever accomplish this feat. He scored his first perfect 10.00 in international competition at the 1992 McDonald's American Cup on still rings. Keswick was the highest finisher for men (10th) and qualified for two event finals at the 1991 World Championships-the best finish for the U.S. men since the 1983 World Championships. He topped his 1991 World Championships performance at the 1993 World Championships, placing ninth all-around and making two event finals. Again in 1994, Keswick was the highest U.S. male all-around finisher (13th) at the World Championships. He was named the recipient of the 1992 Nissen Award-an award honoring the top male collegiate gymnast in the nation. Keswick was married to Michelle Hunt on May 28, 1994, and the couple resides in Los Gatos.

International Competition

National Competition

updated: 22 Jan 1997