COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. 16, 2019 – Hayden Brown of SCATS Gymnastics, Troy Holman of American Kids Sports, and Wyatt Reynolds of Platinum West won the 10-, 11-, and 12-year-old all-around titles, respectively, at the 2019 Future Stars National Championships Friday at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Future Stars National Championships is held in conjunction with the National Coaches Workshop, the premier educational event for the men’s program.
In the 10-year-old division, Brown won the all-around title with an 85.050 total. Caden Woods of SCATS Gymnastics edged out Lucas Beltreschi of Meadowlands, 82.550 to 82.500, for second.
Last year’s 10-year-old silver medalist, Holman claimed the 11-year-old all-around gold at 82.000. Maximus Kongabel of Lakeshore Academy posted an 81.150 to slip by Kieran Cox of Gymnastics Olympica at 81.050.
The 12-year-old division had a tight race for the all-around title. Reynolds snared the top spot at 85.350. Brothers Joshua and Jesse Hanny of GMS Gymnastics were second and third, respectively, with 85.250 and 85.050.
The Future Stars National Championships showcase the USA’s top 10-, 11-, and 12-year-old male gymnasts who perform special Future Stars competitive routines. Based on the results at the championships, USA Gymnastics identifies the Junior National Developmental Team, which includes the top 18 gymnasts in both the 10- and 11-year-old divisions and the top 14 gymnasts in the 12-year-old division. The top nine athletes in the 10- and 11-year-old divisions, and the top seven athletes in the 12-year-old division will be invited to a special Future Stars camp to be held at the USOPTC next summer. The 2019 Junior Developmental Team is listed below.
In addition to the competition, Future Stars athletes and their parents participate in workshop activities that feature lectures, technical presentations, and hands-on coaching sessions. Presenters include Junior National Coaching Staff members, National Team coaches, sports science personnel, U.S. Olympic Committee staff and special guests. Also, two sessions for coaches are scheduled, one Saturday evening and on Sunday morning.
The Future Stars program is designed is to identify talented athletes and to start them on the right developmental path to national and international success. The program uses a special competitive routine format to evaluate the skill, strength and flexibility development of the elite athlete.
2019 Future Stars Developmental Team
Jake Apelt, Above the Bar
Lucas Beltreschi, Meadowlands
Steven Bertulfo, Sun Country Gymnastics
Peyton Boerner, Gym World
Tyler Bormann, Premier West
Hayden Brown, SCATS Gymnastics
J.R. Deocariza, Genesis
Elijah Gutierrez, Infinity Gymnastics
Jakson Kurecki, EVO Gymnastics
Luke Lapointe, La Fleur’s Gymnastics
Connor LaValle, Platinum West
Jeremy Lin, Broadway Gymnastics
Simon McEwen, GTCO
Jason McNeil, La Fleur’s
Braxton Petrorius-Parks, Cahoy’s Gymnastics
Dylan Russell, Head Over Heels
Declan Shapin, American Academy
Caden Wood, SCATS Gymnastics
Alexander Bates, EVO Gymnastics
Blake Bauer, AirTime
Kieran Cox, Gymnastics Olympica
Troy Holman, American Kids Sports
Tristan Ketting-Olivier, Central Coast Gymnastics
Maximus Kongabel, Lakeshore Academy
Benjamin Korpus, Liberty Gymnastics
Miles Li, MHG
Jayden Maliga-Falesoga, Accel Gymnastics
Cole Miller, Denali Gymnastics
Ethan Owens, DeVeau’s Gymnastics
Andres Pomales, Nona Boys
Jorge Quiala, Top Contenders
Daniel San Juanico, Premier West
Hunter Simpson, La Fleur’s
Ami Solow, SCATS Gymnastics
Kody Tokunaga, Gymkhana
Jared Walker, SCATS Gymnastics
Kiran Chhetri, Gymnastics Olympica
Nick Deng, Platinum West
Joshua Hanny, GMS Gymnastics
Jesse Hanny, GMS Gymnastics
Sammy Holland, EVO Gymnastics
Zander Malinis, Lakeshore Academy
Kadyn McCafferty, Gymnastics Olympica
Holden McNeil, Gymnastics Olympica
Zachary Myers, La Fleur’s
Reed Newell, Platinum West
Wyatt Reynolds, Platinum West
Nathan Roman, Agility Gymnastics
Oleksandr Shybitov, Lakeshore Academy
Greyson Westmore, Gymnastics Olympica