Juniors Rin Keys, Megan Chu and Erika Rusak occupy the top three spots in the all-around after Thursday’s competition at the 2023 Pan American Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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.
Regions 1, 6 and 4 topped the regional team standings as national titles were awarded at the 2023 Rhythmic Development Program National Championships over the weekend in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Single-session tickets are now on sale for the 2023 U.S. Classic, set for August 4-5 at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
More than 300 Level 6, 7 and 8 rhythmic athletes and groups will compete for national titles this Saturday and Sunday at the 2023 Rhythmic Development Program National Championships in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Olympians and World champions headline the nearly 40 trampoline and tumbling athletes selected for upcoming domestic and international FIG World Cup competitions, including the U.S.-hosted West Palm Beach World Cup in August.
Both the U.S. men’s and women’s teams claimed gold Sunday to close out the 2023 Pan American Championships in grand style. The U.S. delegation earned a total of 20 medals across three days competition in Medellin.
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.
Olympians Yul Moldauer (Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics) and Shane Wiskus (Spring Park, Minn./EVO Gymnastics) claimed all-around gold and silver as the U.S. men took home 10 medals, five of them gold, on Day 1 of the 2023 Pan American Championships in Medellin, Colombia
USA Gymnastics’ content around the 2022 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has won the 2023 Shorty Awards Audience Honor for live event coverage as the fan favorite in the category. Winners were announced live Wednesday evening at the Shorty Awards in New York.
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.
More than 50 rhythmic athletes punched their tickets to the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships’ elite competition at last weekend’s 2023 Elite Qualifier in Indianapolis.
Audrey Johnson (Greenville, S.C./World Chase Tag-Anarchy) and Calen Chan (Lehi, Utah/YGT Free Running) won silver and bronze medals, respectively, at the 2023 Montpellier World Cup in France over the weekend.
Parkour athletes kick off the 2023 World Cup season in France, while rhythmic gymnasts get ready for the Elite Qualifier in Indianapolis, the final qualifying event for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships.
Over 50 athletes came away champions from the 2023 T&T Elite Challenge last weekend in Irving, Texas.
The 2022-23 Women’s Development Program season ended in grand style at the 2023 Development National Championships May 12-14 in Oklahoma City.
Americans collected five medals, two of them gold, at the 2023 Trampoline Senior Pan American Championships May 12-14 in Monterrey, Mexico.
The Men’s Junior Elite Level 8/9 National Team was named as all-around, club, regional and individual event champions were crowned at USAG’s 2023 Men’s Development Program National Championships over the weekend in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Newberry College will add acrobatics & tumbling as an intercollegiate sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year. The addition was approved unanimously by the college’s Board of Trustees.
Arizona State Men’s Gymnastics reclaimed the GymACT team title Saturday, May 13 at the 2023 GymACT Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla.
The U.S. junior men took home 13 medals, including team gold, at the 2023 Berlin Junior Team Cup over the weekend.
The 2023 Trampoline Gymnastics Pan American Championships get underway in Monterrey, Mexico, while hundreds of the country’s top T&T athletes are in Texas for this year’s T&T Elite Challenge this weekend. In Germany, four U.S. junior men are set to compete at the 2023 Berlin Junior Team Cup.
U.S. rhythmic athletes picked up 14 medals in three European competitions over the weekend.
Bethany College President Dr. Jamie Caridi and Director of Athletics Brian Sansom have announced Acrobatics & Tumbling as the College’s 22nd intercollegiate varsity sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year.
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.
The USA Gymnastics men’s program on Saturday announced rosters for the 2023 Senior Pan American Championships in Colombia and the 2023 World University Games in China.
U.S. rhythmic gymnasts continue in Europe for competition throughout the week while the U.S. men’s program gathers in Colorado for selection camp.
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.
Rin Keys nearly completed a clean sweep of individual junior competition at the 2023 Portimão International Tournament in Portugal over the weekend, clinching three out of four apparatus gold. Her performance led a strong U.S. performance, with 14 medals earned by Americans at the competition.
Nearly 1,500 gymnasts were in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Galveston, Texas over the weekend for USA Gymnastics’ 2023 Men’s Developmental Program Eastern and Western Championships.
USA Gymnastics President and CEO Li Li Leung is among 100 honorees on Gold House’s A100, the definitive honor recognizing the 100 Asian Pacific leaders who have most significantly impacted American culture and society in the last year.
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.
No. 1 seed Baylor acrobatics & tumbling took the NCATA Championship title, downing second-seeded Oregon on Saturday afternoon in the Finals, 278.855 to 268.555, inside the ASRC.
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.
USA Gymnastics’ 2nd annual Men’s Artistic Development Program Eastern and Western Championships will kick off Friday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Galveston, Texas, respectively.
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.
USA Gymnastics on Tuesday went live with phase one of a new website, redesigned with a focus on visual appeal, ease of navigation and mobile accessibility.
Evita Griskenas (Orland Park, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center) claimed a top-20 all-around finish at the 2023 Baku World Cup in Azerbaijan over the weekend.
Individual Olympian Evita Griskenas and group Olympian Izzy Connor headline the eight-athlete rhythmic delegation set to represent the U.S. at the 2023 Baku World Cup April 21-23 in Azerbaijan.
American International College (AIC) Vice President for Athletics Lou Izzi and Director of Athletics Jessica Chapin have announced that AIC will add Acrobatics and Tumbling as the College’s twenty-fifth varsity sport beginning in the 2024-25 academic year.
Alexandra Kautzman (Simi Valley, Calif./California Rhythms) notched a top-15 all-around finish at the 2023 Tashkent World Cup in Uzbekistan over the weekend.
USA Gymnastics on Friday welcomed Prevagen as a new partner and its Official Brain Health Supplement.
Stanford and Oklahoma defended their NCAA team titles over the weekend. Conference champions and NCATA Division III titles were awarded for Acrobatics & Tumbling. Click for results and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Senior Paul Juda of the University of Michigan men’s gymnastics team was named the recipient of the 2023 Nissen-Emery Award, presented by the Collegiate Gymnastics Association, on Thursday night (April 13). The award, given annually, honors the nation’s top collegiate gymnast.
USA Gymnastics has been named a finalist at the 15th annual Shorty Awards for live event coverage of the 2022 World Artistic Championships.
Fresh off a bronze-medal performance at the Thiais Grand Prix, Alexandra Kautzman heads from France to Uzbekistan this weekend, along with six fellow Senior National Team members who will compete at the 2023 Tashkent World Cup April 14-16.
University of Michigan women’s gymnastics senior Sierra Brooks was named the 2023 AAI Award winner, it was announced this evening (April 11) by the American Athletic Incorporated.
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.
Alexandria Kautzman won clubs bronze at the 2023 Thiais Grand Prix in France, while Yana Golovan, Sophia Volkov, Rin Keys and Natalia de la Rosa each finished in the top 10 in all-around competition at the Sofia Cup International Tournament in Bulgaria.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Michigan, Navy and Stanford won their respective men’s conference championships over the weekend. Also, the eight teams that will participate in the Women’s NCAA Gymnastics Championships were determined this weekend. Check out who will be competing in Fort Worth, Texas, April 13-15.
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.
Talladega College Vice President and Athletic Director Michael Grant announced plans to launch a women’s acrobatics and tumbling program. Recruitment is now underway and competition begins in the Spring of 2024.
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.
Junior men Kai Uemura and David Shamah moved onto all-around finals after Day 1 of the 2023 Junior Artistic World Championships on Wednesday in Antalya, Turkey, as the U.S. men placed sixth in team competition.
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.
The first national championships were handed out over the weekend as Navy won their third-straight USAG Men’s Collegiate team title and UW-Oshkosh won their second-straight NCGA championship. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
The final day of the 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships saw five athletes claim apparatus titles in Springfield, Mass.
The U.S. Naval Academy won their third consecutive team title during the first day of competition Friday at the 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships in Springfield, Mass.
The USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships will be hosted at Springfield College March 24-25, where the U.S. Naval Academy looks to win their third consecutive title.
The U.S. will send eight trampoline gymnasts to represent the country at the 2023 Senior Pan American Championships May 12-14 in Monterrey, Mexico. The roster of selected National Team athletes features Olympians and World champions and medalists.
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.
Individual Olympian Evita Griskenas was joined by group Olympian Izzy Connor and the Senior National Group at the Palaio Faliro World Cup in Athens, their second competition in Greece in as many weeks.
Ten women’s conference champions were crowned over the weekend as the NCAA gymnastics seasons begin to wind down.
University of Montevallo President John W. Stewart III and Director of Athletics Mark Richard have announced the addition of women’s acrobatics and tumbling as the schools’ 23rd intercollegiate athletics sport that will begin in the 2024-25 season.
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.
Nearly 20 rhythmic athletes earned 11 medals at the Aphrodite Cup in Faliro, Greece, and the Marbella Grand Prix in Marbella, Spain this past weekend.
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.
Stanford’s Riley Loos (Folsom, Calif.) claimed bronze on floor exercise and Curran Phillips (Naperville, Ill.) came away with two top-five finishes on parallel bars and horizontal bar over the weekend at the Baku World Cup in Azerbaijan.
Brockport and UW-Oshkosh each won their third-straight NCGA Regional Championship on Saturday. Brockport topped the field in the east regional while UW-Oshkosh set three program records for the west regional crown. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
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.
USA Gymnastics on Tuesday announced Junior artistic assignments for the 2023 FIG Junior World Championships, DTB Pokal Team Challenge, and City of Jesolo Trophy.
Tickets for the 2023 USA Gymnastics Championships June 19-24 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are now on sale to the public.
Winners were crowned at the 2023 Winter Classic Invitational over the weekend in Daytona Beach, Fla., while rhythmic gymnasts returned from action in Schmiden, Germany with some new hardware.
Tenth-ranked Denver broke their program-record team score in their win on Sunday. The top-ranked Oklahoma men won their top-five matchup on senior night. #5 Oregon acro & tumbling remained undefeated after their upset of #2 Gannon. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
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.
American rhythmic athletes earned 11 medals in elite competition at the 2023 Miss Valentine International Gymnastics Competition over the weekend in Tartu, Estonia. More than 30 club athletes also were in attendance and picked up 11 medals, five of them gold.
Arizona State began the week with the big upset over #4 Utah. Members of men’s NCAA programs competed at the Winter Cup in Louisville. Mars Hill won their first acro & tumbling meet in program history. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
USA Gymnastics on Sunday evening reordered its Men’s Senior National Team following the conclusion of Winter Cup.
Junior and senior men’s apparatus champions were named Sunday, and six more gymnasts claimed National Team spots as USA Gymnastics’ Winter Cup competition concluded at Freedom Hall.
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.
Reigning Elite Team Cup champions Region 1 held off a surging Region 8 squad to claim their second-straight team title, while 2022 U.S. junior men’s 16-year-old division champion Kai Uemura pocketed the all-around crown Saturday in Louisville.
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.
For the second time in as many years, two gymnasts split top all-around honors in the Nastia Liukin Cup’s senior division. Kailin Chio and Avery Neff each tallied a competition-high 39.075 Friday evening at Louisville’s Freedom Hall, while Addy Fulcher topped the junior all-around standings.
Olympian Yul Moldauer (Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics) took the 2023 all-around Winter Cup title, saving his best for last on Day 1 of senior men’s competition Friday at Freedom Hall.
Reigning U.S. all-around champion and 2020 Olympian Evita Griskenas topped the senior all-around division at the 2023 Rhythmic Challenge this past weekend in Lake Placid, N.Y. Rin Keys edged out all other gymnasts in junior all-around competition.
Freedom Hall will welcome more than 100 of the country’s best young gymnasts February 24-25 in Louisville, Kentucky, as aspiring superstars take the next step on their journeys at the 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup and Elite Team Cup.
The 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup field is locked after the final 16 gymnasts clinched their spots across eight qualifying invitationals over the weekend.
Helped by a Jocelyn Moore perfect 10, #16 Missouri upset #5 Auburn in Columbia. Air Force came out on top in the All-Academy Championships. Lander acro & tumbling moved to 2-0 on the season following their upset of #11 King. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
The pair of Jessica Stevens and Trinity Van Natta captured bronze in the women’s synchronized trampoline final Sunday at the Baku World Cup, while Elijah Vogel snared a top five individual finish.
Region 3’s Caden Clinton and Region 5’s Kai Uemura will be the most decorated Elite Team Cup gymnasts in action when the annual event returns February 25 at Louisville’s Freedom Hall.
Ava Hernando, Ryan Maccagnan and Elijah Vogel are through to Day 2 after opening round qualifications of the Baku World Cup.
The deadline is Friday, Feb. 17 to submit your questions and suggestions for the 2023 elite mobility system.
Many of the top U.S. rhythmic and trampoline gymnasts will be in action this weekend as the elite rhythmic season kicks off in Lake Placid, N.Y., and the International Gymnastics Federation’s T&T World Cup Series gets underway in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Nearly 100 elite gymnasts, including multiple Olympians and World medalists, will converge on Freedom Hall February 24-26 in Louisville, Ky., to compete at USA Gymnastics’ annual Winter Cup.
More than half of the 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup field is locked in after eight gymnasts secured their spots across four qualifying invitationals over the weekend.
Oklahoma and Utah won their respective Metroplex Challenge sessions. The men’s results included four upsets, including #7 Ohio State defeating #4 Illinois. Fourth-ranked Quinnipiac acro & tumbling opened their season with a win. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Trampoline National Team members and invited guests gathered Friday at the Colorado Springs Olympic and Paralympic Training Center for the first T&T National Team camp of the year, which will run through Monday.
Teams from USA Gymnastics’ Men’s Artistic Regions 2, 6 and 8 will each have three Elite Team Cup veterans available when they take the floor February 25 at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky.
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.
Women’s Junior and Senior National Team members and invited guests gathered for camp January 30 – February 2 at Stars Gymnastics in Katy, Texas.
Four gymnasts, including 2022 junior competitor Imani White, locked up their spots in this year’s Nastia Liukin Cup field over the weekend. The event takes place February 24 at Louisville’s Freedom Hall.
Tickets for the 2023 U.S. Classic and accompanying Hopes Championships will be available for purchase Monday, February 13. The annual event will return to NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill., August 4-5, and will welcome many of the nation’s top artistic gymnasts.
11th-ranked Alabama defeated their SEC rivals and No. 6 Auburn on Friday night. Illinois and Michigan earned upsets in their top-ten matchups. The Acro & Tumbling season got underway with #6 Limestone upsetting #2 Gannon. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Reigning champion Region 1 is among three teams to announce preliminary 2023 Elite Team Cup rosters this week.
USA Gymnastics Wednesday revealed the eight individuals that will comprise its 2023 Hall of Fame class.
Six gymnasts, including three event veterans, are headed to the 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup after securing their spots based on the results of three qualifying invitationals held last week.
Arkansas and Kentucky earned program-best scores in their SEC wins, while the Michigan men delivered the upset of No. 5 Ohio State. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
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.
Two more gymnasts have claimed their spots for the 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup, set to take place February 24 at Louisville’s Freedom Hall within the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Long Island University Director of Athletics Dr. William E. Martinov Jr. announced the addition of a women’s acrobatics & tumbling program to the University’s athletics department.
Springfield College is set to host the 2023 USA Gymnastics Men’s Collegiate National Championships March 24-25 at Blake Arena in Springfield, Mass.
Reigning The World Games men’s tumbling champion Kaden Brown (Herriman, Utah/Wasatch Trampoline & Tumbling) is one of ten finalists for the event’s Athlete of the Year honor. Fans can vote for Brown at TheWorldGames.org
No. 14 Michigan State defeated third-ranked Michigan for the first time in 16 years. The top-ranked Stanford men earned the nation’s top score for the win at the Rocky Mountain Open in Colorado. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
USA Gymnastics on Thursday announced that two leading gymnastics equipment companies will serve as Official Equipment Suppliers for USA Gymnastics as part of two complementary partnerships.
In the first official partnership between one of the world’s leading gymnastics companies and USA Gymnastics, Spieth America has joined the USAG partnership family as an Official Equipment Supplier, USA Gymnastics announced Thursday.
USA Gymnastics has extended its partnership with the organization’s longest-standing partner, announcing a renewal with American Athletic, Inc. (AAI) as an Official Equipment Supplier.
Twenty-six up-and-coming women’s artistic gymnasts gathered at Stars Gymnastics in Katy, Texas, January 9-12 for the first elite developmental camp of 2023.
Two gymnasts – one junior and one senior – secured their spots for next month’s Nastia Liukin Cup during Week 2 of the ongoing Cup Series.
Fourth-ranked Michigan became the first team to top the 198-point mark this season. Defending national champion Stanford kicked of their season with a win at the Cal Benefit Cup. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
Brown Girls Do Gymnastics (BGDG) and Talladega College have partnered with the HBCU Gymnastics Alliance to launch the college’s first-ever women’s artistic gymnastics team.
Tickets are now on sale for USA Gymnastics’ annual Winter Cup and the accompanying Nastia Liukin Cup and Elite Team Cup, which will take place February 24-26 at Louisville’s Freedom Hall within the Kentucky Exposition Center.
Registration is now open for the 2023 USA Gymnastics National Congress & all Regional Congresses. Find out more information and get registered today!
The 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup Series kicked off over the weekend with two gymnasts – one junior and one senior – securing their spots for the late-February competition based on performances at the Atlanta Crown Invitational in Duluth, Ga.
Five NCAA gymnastics programs from Fisk, Greenville and Simpson made their debuts over the weekend. Click for scores and recaps of last week’s NCAA gymnastics action.
The 2023 Nastia Liukin Cup Series will get underway Friday, as the Atlanta Crown Invitational in Duluth, Ga., kicks off qualifying competition for this year’s annual national showdown for women’s Level 10 athletes, slated to take place February 24 in Louisville, Ky.