Beginning June 22, 2024, the Minneapolis Convention Center will be the site of the USA Gymnastics Championships, featuring rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, and trampoline & tumbling; the USAG National Congress and Trade Show; and the USA Gymnastics for All National Championships & Gymfest.
It all leads up to the four-day Olympic Trials, June 27-30 at Target Center in Minneapolis, where fans will watch the country’s best artistic gymnasts vie for a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team.
Minnesota will be the final stop on the journey to the Olympic Games Paris 2024 when it hosts the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics!
All-session ticket packages are on sale now for the public! Click here to purchase.
USA Gymnastics members, please contact your club to learn about discount Olympic Trials tickets, or reach out to [email protected] and provide your name, club name, daytime phone number, and email address, and someone will contact you with more information.
Please note: all purchased tickets will be delivered through the AXS ticketing platform. Tickets will appear in the purchaser’s AXS account approximately two to three weeks after the purchase.
You can visit the official event website at usagymolympictrials.com.
The Minneapolis Convention Center will host the 2024 USA Gymnastics National Congress and Trade Show. Held in conjunction with the 2024 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics, attendees will have a unique opportunity to experience the highest level of education and competitive excellence in one location!
This year’s event will allow gymnastics professionals around the country to attend live educational presentations and live demonstrations on various topics, including coaching, judging, business, preschool, school-age/recreational, sports science, fitness, safe sport, and more.
Attendees will also receive admittance to the Trade Show Hall, where they can visit vendor booths that provide goods and services specific to the gymnastics community.
The USA Gymnastics Championships mark the culmination of the domestic season for three separate disciplines – Rhythmic, Trampoline & Tumbling, and Acrobatic – creating a high-energy environment featuring some of the best gymnasts in the world. U.S. Junior and Senior National Teams for each discipline will be named following the conclusion of competition, and performances will inform selection for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Gymnastics for All, also known as group gymnastics, includes competitive and non-competitive opportunities and features a division for gymnasts with special needs who compete as part of the HUGS Program (Hope Unites Gymnastics with Special Athletes). In total, nearly 500 athletes will participate across four fun-filled days of gymnastics.