The U.S. will have artistic, trampoline and tumbling, and Gymnastics for All athletes participating in domestic and international competitions throughout the coming week.
More than 400 athletes participated in the 2023 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest this weekend in Katy, Texas, as the event celebrated its 30th anniversary.
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.
The 2023 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for June 15-18 at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.
Nearly 450 athletes spanning 17 clubs and nine states gathered at the Bank of Springfield Center in Springfield, Ill., June 23-25 for the 2022 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest.
USA Gymnastics has released updated rules and policies, including a new code of points, for its youth Acrobatics & Tumbling Development Program for the 2022-24 seasons.
The 2022 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for June 24-26 at the Bank of Springfield Center in Springfield, Ill.
This year’s National Gymnastics Day will take place this Saturday, September 18. The annual day of engagement brings gymnastics enthusiasts, including athletes, coaches, parents, and fans, together to celebrate the sport of gymnastics while building awareness around its many benefits.
The 2021 USA Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for June 16-19 at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz.
As part of USA Gymnastics’ efforts to empower athletes, the organization today announced two new measures: an Athlete Bill of Rights and a protest policy for national team members.
USA Gymnastics today introduced an updated policy for transgender and non-binary inclusion. The policy is intended to promote a safe and inclusive environment for athletes of all gender identities, while protecting the privacy of trans and non-binary athletes.
The 2020 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for July 1-4 at the Ocean Center Beachside Convention Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.
The 329-member U.S. delegation performed well and enjoyed the pageantry and camaraderie at the 2019 World Gymnaestrada, July 7-13, in Dornbirn, Austria.
The 329-member U.S. delegation is ready to perform at the 2019 World Gymnaestrada, July 7-13, in Dornbirn, Austria. More than 18,000 participants of all ages from 60-plus countries around the globe are expected to participate as part of this year’s World Gymnaestrada, which is held every four years.
USA Gymnastics today released its updated Safe Sport Policy, which is the foundation for rules, policies and responsibilities for athlete safety and well-being and the prevention of abuse.
USA Gymnastics today announced that Li Li Leung has been appointed president and chief executive officer following an extensive search conducted by the Board of Directors.
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The 2019 Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for June 19-22 In the Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.
At its June 20 meeting, the USA Gymnastics Interim Board of Directors confirmed the election of the new Board of Directors that was seated at the conclusion of the Interim Board’s meeting.
Since the announcement was made on November 7, I have been eagerly awaiting today, my first day as the president and chief executive officer of USA Gymnastics.
The USA Gymnastics Board of Directors announced today the unanimous decision to appoint Kerry J. Perry as the organization’s new president and chief executive officer. Perry assumes this role Dec. 1, 2017, and will be based at the USA Gymnastics headquarters in Indianapolis.
In 2018, the Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest are heading to the Indian Wells Renaissance Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, Calif., June 27-30.
Contratulations to Chattooga who won the silver medal in the Large Group Gymnastics and Dance Category at the World Gym for Life Challenge taking place July 26-28, 2017 in Norway.
USA Gymnastics today took the next step in its ongoing effort to protect athletes by accepting the recommendations contained in a comprehensive, independent review of its handling of safe sport matters.
What makes the sport of gymnastics so special is our athletes – and the thousands of individuals who support and help them achieve their full potential. It is important today to reaffirm to one another that the health and well-being of our athletes come before all else.
For the first time, the 2017 USA Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest will be hosted by the USA Wheel Gymnastics Federation (USAWGF) and held in conjunction with USA Wheel Gymnastics’ own National Championships and series of workshops.
Scheduled for Sept. 16, this year’s National Gymnastics Day will focus on fitness and gymnastics, as well as providing opportunities for children without access to gymnastics.
In 2017, the Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest are heading to the Harrington Gym at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 28-July 1.