Tiana Sumanasekera (Pleasanton, Calif./World Champions Centre) made her senior debut at the Pan American Championships one to remember, taking the all-around title, balance beam gold and floor silver to lead the Americans’ eight-medal haul on Saturday.
Twelve of the country’s best artistic gymnasts will represent the U.S. at the 2023 Pan American Championships May 26-28 in Medellin, Colombia.
The 2022-23 Women’s Development Program season ended in grand style at the 2023 Development National Championships May 12-14 in Oklahoma City.
The 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s and Women’s Development Program National Championships are set for May 11-14 in Oklahoma City, where the top Level 10 women’s and Level 8, 9 and 10 men’s artistic athletes will vie for national titles.
Regions 8 and 1 were crowned Super Team champions as all-around and individual event titles were awarded at the 2023 Women’s Level 9 Development Program hosted Eastern Championships in Kissimmee, Fla., and Western Championships in Boise, Idaho.
USA Gymnastics’ 2023 Development Program Level 9 Eastern and Western National Championships will see the best Level 9 women’s artistic gymnasts in each region vie for national titles May 4-7.
USA Gymnastics on Sunday named the senior women’s roster for the 2023 Senior Pan American Championships in Medellin, Colombia. The announcement was made during National Team camp in Katy, Texas.
Joscelyn Roberson collected three medals, two of them gold at the 2023 Cairo Apparatus World Cup, held Thursday through Sunday in Egypt. Ian Skirkey and Kameron Nelson each notched top-five finishes.
U.S. artistic and rhythmic gymnasts are in action internationally, while the Women’s National Team is in Katy, Texas, this weekend for a team selection event.
Trinity Thomas earns her second consecutive Honda Sports Award in 2023, an honor given annually to the nation’s top collegiate female athlete in her sport. The Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) revealed Thomas as the 2023 Honda Award winner today.
Gymnastics fans can get a front-row seat on the path to Paris with all-session tickets now on sale for the 2023 U.S. Gymnastics Championships, August 24-27 at SAP Center in San Jose, California.
Athletes from Lindenwood University, Texas Women’s University and Brown University each secured national titles on the final day of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships.
Lindenwood University claimed their fourth national title, and first since 2019, Friday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships in Denton, Texas.
Velandra Brochi of Air Force won the all-around title as team and individual event finalists were determined Thursday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships in Denton, Texas.
Reigning team champion Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is set to host the 2023 USA Gymnastics Women’s Collegiate National Championships April 6-8 in Denton, Texas.
Gabby Hardie and Audrey Snyder turned in dominant performances over the weekend at the City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy. Jaelyn Chin and Alexandria Kautzman each finished in the top 25 all-around at the 2023 Sofia Rhythmic World Cup in Sofia, Bulgaria, Friday through Sunday.
Hezly Rivera (Oradell, N.J./WOGA Gymnastics) secured her second silver medal of the competition on Sunday, placing second on floor exercise to close out the 2023 Junior Artistic World Championships in Antalya, Turkey.
Americans Jayla Hang, Hezly Rivera and Kai Uemura each scored top-eight finishes on the first day of event finals Saturday at the 2023 Junior Artistic World Championships in Antalya, Turkey.
Jayla Hang rallied to finish just off the podium after entering finals at 24th on Day 3 of the Junior Artistic World Championships in Antalya.Kai Uemura finished top 20 in the men’s field, posting a combined 74.831 for 19th.
The junior women’s team of Hezly Rivera, Jayla Hang, Izzy Stassi and Kieryn Finnell secured team silver on Day 2 of the 2023 Junior Artistic World Championships in Antalya, Turkey. Rivera, Hang and Stassi each have advanced to apparatus finals.
As the Junior Artistic World Championships commence in Turkey, four more U.S. athletes head overseas to compete in the City of Jesolo Trophy and the Sofia World Cup.
The U.S. delegation of eight travels to Antalya, Turkey for the FIG Junior Artistic World Championships March 29-April 2. Hundreds of athletes hailing from over 50 countries are expected to compete and vie for recognition on the world stage.
Following the conclusion of the 2023 conference championships, the eight teams vying for the title of USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Champion were announced. The seeding is determined by the team’s overall National Qualifying Score (NQS).
The U.S. men and women left Stuttgart, Germany, with 12 medals in tow after a weekend of international competition at the DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup.
Elite artistic athletes are set to represent the United States this weekend at the DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup in Stuttgart, Germany, and rhythmic athletes will be in action at the Faliro Rhythmic World Cup in Athens, Greece. In all, 28 gymnasts set to compete.
USA Gymnastics on Tuesday announced Junior artistic assignments for the 2023 FIG Junior World Championships, DTB Pokal Team Challenge, and City of Jesolo Trophy.
Elite and development trampoline and tumbling athletes will head to Daytona Beach, Fla., for the 2023 Winter Classic Invitational this weekend, while the 2023 Junior World Championships Selection camp for women’s artistic gymnastics begins Sunday.
The USA Gymnastics men’s and women’s programs have set the National Team assignments for upcoming international competitions including the Baku World Cup, Cairo World Cup and the DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup in Stuttgart, Germany.
With the 2023 FIG Junior World Championships one month away, Hezly Rivera (Oradell, N.J./WOGA Gymnastics) put on a dominant performance to win junior women’s all-around gold at USA Gymnastics’ Winter Cup Sunday afternoon at Freedom Hall.
Going from World Championships alternate to the top of the Winter Cup podium, Lexi Zeiss (Omaha, Neb./Twin City Twisters) posted consistent scores to take home the senior women all-around title Saturday afternoon at Freedom Hall.