The acrobatic Junior and Senior National Teams were determined at the conclusion of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships. Athletes were also selected for the upcoming Junior Challenge in Anadia, Portugal and the 2023 Pan American Championships.
The final round of national titles were awarded and the 2023-24 Junior and Senior National Teams were determined across all disciplines at the conclusion of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships in Tulsa.
Day 2 of elite competition in the BOK Center saw more national champions crowned and a National Team named at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships
National titles were awarded following the first day of elite competition at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships in Tulsa. Champions were determined in junior and senior divisions across the acrobatic, rhythmic and trampoline and tumbling disciplines.
Nearly 1,900 acrobatic, rhythmic and trampoline and tumbling athletes will descend on Tulsa, Oklahoma for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships June 19-24 at the BOK Center and Cox Business Convention Center.
USA Gymnastics awards the 2024 Olympic Trials, USA Gymnastics Championships, USAG National Congress and Trade Show, and USA Gymnastics for All National Championships & Gymfest to Minneapolis.
Reigning U.S. and World Champions Angel Felix and Braiden McDougall made history as the first American men’s pair to win an Acrobatic World Cup Series title following the 2023 Rzeszów World Cup. All three U.S. pairs and groups landed on the all-around podium at the competition over the weekend.
Rhythmic athletes are in Mexico for the last phase of this year’s Pan Am Championships and in Egypt for more action, while U.S. acrobats take on World Cup competition in Poland.
Reigning World men’s pair champions Angel Felix and Braiden McDougall and junior men’s pair Ethan Chang and David Vonder Haar each claimed gold at the Puurs World Cup and Flanders International Acro Cup (FIAC) in Antwerp, Belgium, over the weekend.
The U.S. acrobatic and rhythmic programs are sending nearly 50 athletes to represent the country at various competitions across Belgium, Bulgaria and France during the week.
All three senior groups secured a spot on the podium in their divisions at the 2023 Maia World Cup in Portugal over the weekend. Additionally, junior teams represented the U.S. at the Maia International Acro Cup where they picked up five medals on Sunday.
More than 50 USA Gymnastics athletes are abroad this weekend, representing the U.S. at the Maia International Acro Cup, Maia Acro World Cup, Baku Artistic Gymnastics Apparatus World Cup, and the 2023 Aphrodite Cup.
Tickets for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships June 19-24 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are now on sale to the public.
USA Gymnastics’ livestreamed event coverage in 2023 will include a combination of free coverage on YouTube and pay-per-view and subscription coverage on FlipNow Powered by USA Gymnastics, the organization announced Wednesday.
USA Gymnastics Wednesday revealed the eight individuals that will comprise its 2023 Hall of Fame class.
After two days of competition at Aspire Kids Sports Center in Chandler, Ariz., USA Gymnastics Thursday named the pairs and groups that will comprise the U.S. Acrobatic Gymnastics Junior and Senior National Teams through the USA Gymnastics Championships, slated for June 20-24 in Tulsa, Okla.
U.S. seniors topped the men’s and women’s pairs standings, while junior acrobats added medals across six divisions November 18-20 at the 2022 Pan American Championships in Bogota, Colombia.
Tulsa’s BOK Center and Cox Business Center will welcome more than 1,600 of the nation’s top acrobatic, rhythmic, and trampoline and tumbling gymnasts and hundreds of coaches, judges and support staff June 20-24 for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships.
USA Gymnastics Athletes’ Council chair Jessica Renteria has been elected to the USA Gymnastics Board as a Combined Athlete Director, USAG announced Friday.
Pairs and groups totaling 50 acrobatic athletes gathered at Aspire Kids Sports Center in Chandler, Ariz., September 22-25 for National Team camp.
To mark the end of the 2022 domestic seasons for acrobatic gymnastics, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, individuals from each discipline were recognized with annual awards.
In some of the most heated and crowd-pleasing competitions of The World Games 2022, Team USA emerged with a pair of hard-earned and triumphant silver medals Saturday at BJCC Legacy Arena.
The acrobatic duo of Katie Borcherding and Cierra McKown won the bronze medal in women’s pair to claim the first U.S. gymnastics medal of The World Games 2022 Friday at BJCC Legacy Arena.
After a year-long delay caused by the ongoing pandemic, The World Games, which take place every four years and serve as the equivalent to the Olympic Games for non-Olympic disciplines, will return to the U.S. for the first time in more than 40 years this evening in Birmingham, Ala.
After five days of top-tier competition at the Iowa Events Center, the final 2022 national titles were awarded across the acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling disciplines Saturday, as the USA Gymnastics Championships wrapped in Des Moines.
The USA Gymnastics Championships continued Friday at Wells Fargo Arena with another day of awe-inspiring competition featuring the nation’s top acrobatic, rhythmic, and trampoline and tumbling gymnasts.
Elite competition at the 2022 USA Gymnastics Championships kicked off Thursday evening at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa. National champions were crowned in the acrobatic and rhythmic disciplines.
The USA Gymnastics Championships will play host to the country’s top acrobatic, rhythmic, and trampoline and tumbling athletes, including multiple Olympians and World champions, June 21-25 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.
World champions Angel Felix and Braiden McDougall and runners up Katie Borcherding and Cierra McKown are joined by the women’s trio of Isabel Chang, Sydney Martin and Maria Wooden to represent the U.S. at the upcoming World Games July 15-17 in Birmingham, Ala.
U.S. acrobats took gold in men’s pair and added bronze in men’s group Sunday to close out the 2022 Maia World Cup, while junior gymnasts added four silver medals across the 12-18 and 13-19 age divisions at the accompanying Maia International Acro Cup.