USA Gymnastics transitioned its annual men’s artistic Future Stars Championships to a virtual, non-competitive format in 2020 in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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.
USA Gymnastics today announced the 2021 Winter Cup will be held February 26-28 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis and will feature an expanded field that will include both men’s and women’s junior and senior artistic gymnasts.
We were honored to welcome panelists Josh Dixon, Erin Jauch, Cale Robinson, Savannah Schoenherr and Mark Williams, and moderator Jessica O’Beirne Wednesday, December 16 to discuss LGBTQ inclusion in our sport.
USA Gymnastics will conclude its three-part fall series on diversity, equity and inclusion in gymnastics with an LGBTQ-focused panel on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. The hour-long virtual session will begin at 1 p.m. ET.
USA Gymnastics has announced a new partnership with nonprofit education innovator TeachAids to provide members access to CrashCourse materials as part of the organization’s commitment to athlete health and wellness.
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.
Men’s National Team member Shane Wiskus will appear on 60 Minutes this Sunday to discuss the impact college athletic department cuts have had on gymnasts across the country. The episode is set to air on CBS at 7 p.m. ET.
USA Gymnastics today announced the 2021 USAG Development Program National Championships will be held May 11-16, 2021, at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. For the first time, the event will bring together gymnasts from the men’s and women’s artistic disciplines.
Augustana University (S.D.) today announced the addition of two sports beginning in the 2021-22 school year, including becoming the 36th program nationally to add Acrobatics & Tumbling to its sports offerings.
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.
USA Gymnastics hosted the second panel in its fall series on diversity, equity and inclusion in gymnastics November 10, welcoming Jeffrey Brown, Laurie Hernandez, Derrin Moore, Jessica Renteria and Orson Sykes, along with moderator Dr. C. Keith Harrison.
All eyes were on Tokyo this weekend, as six U.S. gymnasts took part in a friendly competition Sunday, November 8, at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium. The Friendship and Solidarity event was hosted by the International Gymnastics Federation and featured gymnasts from the U.S., China, Japan and Russia.
On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, USA Gymnastics will host the second panel in the organization’s three-part fall series focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and bias in gymnastics.
The teenager shares how moving with her family across the country was a tough decision that helped in the pursuit of Olympic dreams.
Six U.S. athletes will join delegations from China, Japan and Russia for an international friendly competition Nov. 8 in Tokyo, Japan. Watch live on the Olympic Channel.
Mars Hill University announced the addition of Acrobatics & Tumbling for the 2021-22 season, as announced by Mars Hill University President Tony Floyd and Director of Athletics Rick Baker on Monday afternoon.
This fall USA Gymnastics has partnered with Positive Coaching Alliance to create helpful resources for parents. Each week, tips will be available on USAG’s Member Services Facebook page, and a series of topical articles will be posted to the USAGymParents.com website.
Kutztown University president Dr. Kenneth S. Hawkinson announced Tuesday the addition of women’s Acrobatics and Tumbling as the university’s 22nd varsity intercollegiate sport. The Golden Bears will begin competition during the 2021-22 academic year.
Today, USA Gymnastics announced multiple ways to hold competitive gymnastics events for the 2020-21 season, including virtual event sanctions and a free platform for hosting virtual meets.
USA Gymnastics today announced that “USA Gymnastics Development Program” will be the new name for the development program formerly known as the Junior Olympic program.
USA Gymnastics was honored to welcome Steve Butcher, Wendy Hilliard, Isis Lowery, Jasmine Swyningan Bedford, and moderator Dr. C. Keith Harrison on October 7 to take part in an important conversation on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the sport of gymnastics.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport wants adult athletes in the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movement to participate in the 2020 Athlete Climate Survey.
In response to the uncertainty surrounding men’s college gymnastics, U.S. Men’s National Team members share what being a student-athlete and representing their university has meant to them – in the gym and in life.
USA Gymnastics today announced the line-up for the first of three fall 2020 panels focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and bias in gymnastics.
It’s National Gymnastics Day! Help us celebrate the sport we love by showing off your skills. Whether you’re in the gym or in your back yard, throw a skill, strike a pose, or simply tell us why you love gymnastics using the hashtag #NGD2020!
USA Gymnastics today announced the 2021 VIP Classic, which was originally scheduled for March, will be held February 25-28 in Marion, Ohio, and will serve as a selection event for 2021 international competitions for the U.S. Trampoline & Tumbling Program.
USA Gymnastics has tapped Shelby Salmon to direct its acrobatic gymnastics program and appointed Carisa Laughon as high performance coordinator.
The College Gymnastics Association is rolling out the STRONGER TOGETHER CAMPAIGN, a nationwide fundraising program to help the college programs survive.
USA Gymnastics has shared an updated mission statement and presented five core organizational values that will guide future operations.
The Acrobatic Gymnastics Program is proud to honor this year’s deserving recipients of the Pair/Group of the Year and Star Service awards.
As a follow up to USA Gymnastics’ June 15 statement on racial and social justice, which outlined initial steps the organization is taking to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in gymnastics, USA Gymnastics is pleased to share the following updates.
To assist clubs and meet directors as they contemplate hosting events during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, USA Gymnastics has assembled comprehensive guidance for returning to competition.
We are truly saddened by the recently announced dissolution of multiple collegiate gymnastics programs across the U.S. Our support goes out to all who are affected, including coaches, athletes, administrators, parents, and recruits.
Bluefield State College announced the addition of an Acrobatics & Tumbling program earlier this week as BSC President Robin Capehart and Interim Athletics Director Derrick Price announced the school’s plan to add 12 athletics programs during the 2021-22 academic year.
USA Gymnastics today endorsed and announced plans to support the recently published Position Statement on Sexual Violence in Sport from the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM).
To create greater transparency around the Safe Sport process and build deeper understanding among the gymnastics community, USA Gymnastics has released a document outlining its intake response procedures and the tiered system it uses to assess incident reports.
CEO Li Li Leung opened the 2020 USA Gymnastics National Congress, which was held virtually August 8-9, with a short address that outlined key organizational initiatives and goals for the sport and community.
We are saddened to share that USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame member Harry Bjerke passed away on August 11 at the age of 80. Harry dedicated nearly half a century to the U.S. men’s artistic gymnastics program.
The Trampoline & Tumbling National Awards were announced at last weekend’s Virtual Congress event. Congratulations to the deserving recipients.
USA Gymnastics announced today the 2020 USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame inductees: Nora Campbell, Morgan Hamm, Bridget Sloan, Yoichi Tomita, Jordyn Wieber and Mary Wright.
USA Gymnastics today announced it will make Stack Sports’ CaptainU collegiate recruiting platform available to all members through a partnership with the sports software innovator.
With sadness, USA Gymnastics shares the passing of long-time community member Larry Denham. Larry, with his wife Lee Ann, owned and operated the Tennessee Academy of Gymnastics (TAG), which opened in 1988.
The USA’s Reagan Chan is competing in the parkour division of the E-FISE Montpellier by HONOR 2020 contest. Fan voting is open until August 2 and makes up 50% of the final score. The athletes with the eight best scores advance to the finals, where voting will commence from Sept. 17-20.
Today, a number of National Governing Bodies (NGBs) came together to announce the launch of Giving Games: an effort to support and sustain U.S. sports federations and their athletes on their journey to Tokyo in 2021.
GK Elite, the global leader in gymnastics apparel, is proud to announce the signing of former UCLA gymnast, activist and social media sensation Katelyn Ohashi as it’s newest brand ambassador.
Beginning Friday, July 24, NBC Sports will present more than two weeks of nightly Olympic Games programming across NBCSN and Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, reliving more than 100 hours of historic Olympic Games moments from the past 25+ years
USA Gymnastics has announced the invitational meets that are anticipated to participate in the 2021 Nastia Liukin Cup Series.
USA Gymnastics today announced that U.S. Olympic Team Trials, originally scheduled for June 25-28, 2020, at Enterprise Center in St. Louis, Mo., will be held June 24-27, 2021, at the same venue.
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee National Governing Bodies for 17 sports announced Tuesday that they will be uniting to launch a free multi-sport concussion education series.
We are deeply committed to learning from the mistakes of the past and the mishandling of the horrific abuse perpetrated by Larry Nassar. In order to do that, we must listen with open hearts to Maggie Nichols’ story, and the experiences of other survivors, so that we can truly understand the impact it had, and […]
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USA Gymnastics is honored to be able to offer the opportunity to compete for prize money in the E-Fise FIG Parkour Virtual Competition – Freestyle.
With sadness, we share the passing of 1976 Olympian and three-time World gold medalist Kurt Thomas on June 5. Kurt was a long-time member of the gymnastics community and, with his wife Beckie, owned and operated Kurt Thomas Gymnastics in Frisco, Texas.
Beginning Monday, May 25, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA presents some of the most unforgettable moments from the world’s best gymnasts during next week’s primetime 2019 World Championships Week – Gymnastics, continuing the network’s 2019 World Championships Week coverage.
Like many businesses throughout the U.S., we know that member club owners are considering re-opening their doors soon and want to do so as safely as possible. To help with that, we have compiled some safety measures and tips to consider if and when the club re-opens.
USA Gymnastics announced today that it will not hold certain premier events in 2020. The deferred events include GK U.S. Classic, U.S. Gymnastics Championships (for women’s & men’s artistic gymnastics), and USA Gymnastics Championships (for rhythmic, trampoline & tumbling, and acrobatic gymnastics).
The 2024 Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships will take place in Israel, in the city of Holon. The FIG Council has chosen by email vote to entrust the Israel Gymnastics Federation with hosting the 29th edition of this event.
The world of sports is interrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Olympics are postponed and sport competitions are put on pause. Angelina, Morgan and Yile reflect on a new reality in the world of sport and remain determined to chase that Olympic dream.
During this difficult time of social distancing, we remain grateful for the positivity of so many of our members, like the Lanning family of Tennessee Elite Gymnastics, who wrote this touching email.
Maggie Nichols became the first Oklahoma women’s gymnast to capture the prestigious AAI Award, the organization announced Monday.
Penn State’s Stephen Nedoroscik received the highest honor in college men’s gymnastics on Thursday night as he was announced as the Nissen-Emery Award winner. He is the seventh gymnast in program history and the first specialist from any school to win the award.
UCLA Senior Kyla Ross, 2012 Olympic gold medalist and one of the most accomplished gymnasts in NCAA history, has been awarded the 2020 Honda Sport Award for gymnastics, as announced Wednesday by Chris Voelz, Executive Director of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA).
Oklahoma’s Maggie Nichols, Minnesota’s Lexy Ramler, UCLA’s Kyla Ross and Florida’s Trinity Thomas are the four finalists for the Class of 2020 Honda Sport Award for Gymnastics as announced by Chris Voelz, Executive Director of the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA).
It is with profound sadness that we share the news that long-time Junior National Coaching Staff member Gene Watson passed away on April 2, 2020.
Following an abbreviated 2020 men’s collegiate gymnastics season, which was cut short due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, USA Gymnastics today announced All-American selections, Coaches of the Year and Outstanding Senior awards.
Following an abbreviated 2020 women’s collegiate gymnastics season, which was cut short due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, USA Gymnastics today announced First- and Second-Team All-American selections.
With the postponement of the Olympic Games now official, there are a number of resulting impacts to our community, particularly around events that would have occurred this year, that are still unclear. We are working through contingency plans and hope to provide an update as soon as possible.
Follow the rhythmic program on Instagram @usagymrg and check out the Rhythmic Resources page for online resources to stay strong mentally and physically during this time.
A total of 666 male gymnasts – the highest since the program’s inception – were awarded the USA Gymnastics Academic All-American Recognition award this year.
Rhythmic National Team member Evita Griskenas and 2012 Olympic gold medalist Kyla Ross are two of the 10 finalists for the 90th AAU James E. Sullivan Award.
We have recently received a number of questions about the existence and status of independent investigations into the horrific abuse perpetrated by Larry Nassar.
After reviewing the latest CDC guidance regarding the ongoing situation with the coronavirus, we are taking the following additional measures.
As we have learned more about how best to protect our community, we have made the decision to cancel USA Gymnastics’ events and event sanctions, at least through the end of March.
USA Gymnastics is excited to announce its participation in the first FIG Parkour World Championships in Hiroshima, Japan April 3–5, 2020. The U.S. delegation will include one male and one female athlete for the freestyle division and one male athlete for the speed division.
We understand that many in the gymnastics community are concerned about the health and safety of athletes amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and are seeking USA Gymnastics’ guidance about whether to cancel sanctioned competitions or alter club operations due to coronavirus concerns.
Two current and two former Team USA gymnasts have landed spots on the list of semi-finalists for the 90th AAU James E. Sullivan Award.
The USA Gymnastics trampoline & tumbling program has determined its U.S. teams for the 2020 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships in Tauranga, New Zealand, and the 2020 Pan American Championships in Utah Valley, Utah.
The U.S. won senior and junior team titles and 18 individual medals over the weekend at the 2020 Gymnix International in Montreal, Que., Canada.
The first women’s conference champion was crowned over the weekend as UW-Oshkosh won the WIAC title. No. 6 Illinois earned top-ten wins over No. 2 Michigan and No. 8 Penn State. Top-ranked Baylor acro & tumbling remained undefeated on the season with a win over No. 5 Gannon.
Morgan Hurd and Sam Mikulak won their second American Cup titles Saturday at the 2020 American Cup at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.
Haleigh Bryant and Kiley Rorich won the senior and junior all-around titles, respectively, at the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, held at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.
We are deeply saddened by the effects of the tornado that went through Nashville, Tenn., on Monday night. One of our member gyms, Magnitude 10.0 Gymnastics, lost their entire gym in the wake of the storm. Click to learn how you can help with the relief efforts.
The U.S. Team of four senior and four junior athletes who will compete in the 2020 Gymnix International in Montreal, Que., from March 6-8 has been selected following the U.S. Women’s National Team training camp last weekend.
No. 4 Utah won the Pac-12 regular season crown, the No. 4 Nebraska men were victorious in their top-10 matchup with Penn State, and Fairmont State acro and tumbling improved to 4-0 on the season. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
Rhythmic National Staff member Galina Burns participated in the FIG Level 3 Coaches Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria from February 12-19, 2020. The FIG Academy is a coach education program that centers on development workshops throughout the world.
The final lineup of the FIG All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee has been announced. Representing the United States at the 2020 American Cup, scheduled for March 7 at Fiserv Forum in downtown Milwaukee, Wis., are Morgan Hurd, Kayla Di Cello, Sam Mikulak and Shane Wiskus.
Thirty women and their personal coaches are expected to participate in the upcoming U.S. Women’s National Team training camp from Feb. 29 through March 3 at the new USA Gymnastics training center in Indianapolis, Ind.
Olivia Dunne and Zoe Johnson became the final gymnasts to qualify for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 in Milwaukee, Wis.
A pair of top-five matchups highlighted the NCAA gymnastics slate as No. 3 Utah edged No. 3 UCLA on the women’s side, and top-ranked Baylor acro & tumbling defeated No. 2 Oregon. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
Sam Mikulak won four individual event medals, including one gold, Saturday at the 2020 Winter Cup Challenge at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev. Fuzzy Benas earned the junior all-around title.
Jade Carey of Phoenix, Ariz./Arizona Sunrays won gold on floor exercise at the International Gymnastics Federation’s World Cup in Melbourne, Australia. She earned first place in vault during the first round of event finals.
Jade Carey and Stephen Nedoroscik won gold for vault and pommel horse, respectively, at the International Gymnastics Federation’s World Cup in Melbourne, Australia.
Sam Mikulak won the senior all-around title at the 2020 Winter Cup Challenge at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev.
Region 3 successfully defended its team title at the 2020 Elite Team Cup, which features the country’s top junior elite male gymnasts in a regional team competition, at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev.
2018 World bronze-medalist Sam Mikulak and 2017 World bronze-medalist Yul Moldauer lead a talented group of athletes who are expected to compete at the 2020 Winter Cup Challenge at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nev., Feb. 20-22.
USA Gymnastics is excited to announce our participation in the 1st FIG Parkour World Championships in Hiroshima, Japan April 3 – 5, 2020.
The seventh round of invitationals of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place this past weekend, providing six additional qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
Following her performance at the 2019 World Championships, Simone Biles was named the 2020 Laureus World Sportswoman of the Year, her third time winning the award.
Kaden Brown (tumbling gold), Tia Taylor (tumbling bronze) and Nicole Ahsinger & Jessica Stevens (synchro bronze) won medals Sunday at the 2020 FIG World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Behind two perfect 10s from Maggie Nichols, Oklahoma put up the nation’s top score, the No. 3 Michigan men upset No. 2 Oklahoma, and No. 5 Gannon acro & tumbling remained unbeaten on the season. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
USA gymnastics today announced that Raj Bhavsar has been named the Men’s Junior Olympic Program Assistant, effective this month.
Five-time U.S. all-around champion Laura Zeng and Veronica Portnov won the senior and junior elite all-around titles, respectively, last weekend at the 2020 Rhythmic Challenge at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Six gymnasts qualified this past weekend for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup at three invitationals in the Nastia Liukin Cup Series. The Nastia Liukin Cup is taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
The first U.S. Trampoline & Tumbling Senior National Team Training Camp for 2020, which was held at CAVU Trampoline & Tumbling in Mountain Lakes, N.J., concluded today.
No. 2 Florida earned the win over two top-20 teams, No. 6 Navy defended their All-Academy Championships title, and No. 2 Oregon won their home opener over No. 6 Hawaii Pacific. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
The 2020 Acrobatic Gymnastics World Team Trials is heading to Indianapolis, Ind. on March 27-31, 2020. The event will serve as the selection event to determine Team USA at the Acrobatic Gymnastics World Championships and the World Age Group Competition in Geneva, Switzerland in May.
Single day tickets are on sale now for the 2020 American Cup, the USA’s most prestigious international gymnastics competition that will make its first visit to Milwaukee, Wis., on Saturday, March 7.
Competition begins Saturday in the 2020 Rhythmic Challenge, which runs Feb. 8-9 at the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Emmanuel College announced the addition of Acrobatics and Tumbling as a varsity intercollegiate sport beginning in Fall 2020.
U.S. gymnast Ruben Padilla of Oakley, Calif/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling, has been announced as the International World Games Association’s (IWGA) Athlete of the Month for the month of January, the first time a trampoline & tumbling athlete has been recognized for the prestigious award.
USA Gymnastics today announced that Carol Fabrizio has been named the organization’s Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, effective February 13, and will lead communications, brand, and partnership initiatives.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs (NAIGC) provides competitive gymnastics opportunities for college and adult clubs. The NAIGC will be hosting a full Trampoline and Tumbling competition at the NAIGC National Championships in Providence, R.I., from April 15-18, 2020.
Trampoline and tumbling’s 2020 Elite Challenge is headed to the Bill Harris Arena in Birmingham, Ala., April 2-5, 2020. The three-day event features competition in trampoline, tumbling, double mini-trampoline and synchronized trampoline for men’s and women’s Level 10 and elites.
Six U.S. groups and pairs won senior and junior medals at the King Edmund Acro Cup in Bristol, Great Britain, Feb. 1-2, 2020.
The fifth round of invitationals of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place this past weekend, providing eight additional qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
The USA Gymnastics Trampoline and Tumbling Elite Development Camp (EDC) was held this past weekend at Jon Williams Fondulac Flyers in Peoria, Ill.
The Arizona State women earned their first victory over a top-ten team since 2014, the #8 Illinois men upset #3 Nebraska, and the Acro & Tumbling season kicked off with three meets. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
After a four-year break, the GK U.S. Classic will return to Hartford, Conn., and the XL Center on May 23.
USA Gymnastics filed a plan of reorganization with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana today that will enable it to emerge from bankruptcy. The plan offers survivors one of two options: survivors as a group may vote to accept $215 million to settle all of their claims or they may vote […]
The fourth round of invitationals of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place this past weekend, providing two additional qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
The teams representing all regions at the 2020 Elite Team Cup, which features the country’s top junior elite male gymnasts in a regional team competition, have been announced for the full nine-team field.
A perfect 10 on uneven bars by Trinity Thomas helped propel #2 Florida over #8 LSU. The #2 Stanford men used a nation-high score of 420.050 to take down top-ranked Oklahoma. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
Today, NCAA members in Division II and Division III voted to approve Acrobatics & Tumbling as an emerging sport for women.
This week, twenty-seven women and their personal coaches gathered in Indianapolis to participate in the first U.S. Women’s National Team training camp of the year at the new USA Gymnastics training center.
Three National Team camps at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y., kicked off the 2020 season.
The lineup of the FIG All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee is a who’s who of Olympic contenders. The talented field will provide fans a snapshot of the gymnastics to watch in the six-month lead-up to the 2020 Olympic Games. The American Cup will take place March 7 at Fiserv Forum.
The third round of invitationals of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place this past weekend, providing eight additional qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
The top-ranked Oklahoma women became the first team to top 198.000 on the young season thanks in part to Maggie Nichols’ 18th career perfect 10. The Michigan men’s team began their season by winning the Windy City Invitational in Chicago. Click for recaps of last weekend’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
The U.S. junior men’s team won the team silver medal and claimed seven individual event medals (2 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze) over the weekend at the 2020 RD761 Junior International Team Cup, which was held at the Leonard Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.
Team USA won the team silver medal at the 2020 RD761 Junior International Team Cup at the Leonard Merrell Center in Katy, Texas.
Olympic, World and U.S. all-around champion Simone Biles of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, is one of six women nominated for Sportswoman of the Year for the 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards.
USA Gymnastics has chosen three clubs to join its 2020 Trampoline Development Center Program: Centre Elite Gymnastics Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania; All American Gymnastics Academy in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; and Jon Williams Tumbling and Trampoline in East Peoria, Illinois.
Today the Acrobatic Gymnastics Foundation (AGF) announced that it will be awarding $20,000 in grants for the 2020 competition season. The grant program was established by the AGF in 2016 to provide financial support to qualifying U.S. acrobatic gymnasts.
The second invitational of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place this past weekend, providing the second two qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
There will be two four-man teams representing the United States at the RD761 International Team Cup on January 17-18 in Katy, Texas.
Illinois’ Mia Takekawa scored the first balance beam perfect 10 in school history as the Illini remained unbeaten on the season. The seventh-ranked Penn State men won their seventh-straight West Point Open. Click for recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics meets.
The first invitational of the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup Series took place last weekend, providing the first two qualifiers for the 2020 Nastia Liukin Cup, taking place March 6 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wis.
I am very excited that 2020 is now upon us. Not only does it mark the arrival of an Olympic year, but also the start of a new decade. Before leaping into 2020, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the past year.
USA Gymnastics today announced that Kim Kranz has been named the organization’s first Vice President of Athlete Health and Wellness.
A limited amount of meets kicked off the 2020 collegiate season this weekend. The top-ranked Oklahoma women’s team had the top score of the weekend as they won their session of the Collegiate Challenge.