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Justin Spring
Birthdate: 3/11/1984
Program: Men's Artistic
Level: Senior
Current Residence: Champaign, IL
Career Highlights
Spring helped the U.S. men win the team bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. He won the parallel bars at the 2008 Visa Championships and has two U.S. horizontal bar titles (2005 and 2007). He had reconstructive surgery on his knee after tearing his ACL at the 2007 Visa Championships. Spring was an All-American from 2003-06 at the University of Illinois. As a senior, he won the Nissen-Emery Award and was named the Big 10 Gymnast of the Year.
About Justin Spring
Hometown: Burke, VA
Personal Website: www.kristypage.net/spring/
Twitter: @JustinSpring
Name of College: University of Illinois
College Graduation Year: 2006
Degree/Major: Communications
Year you began gymnastics: 1987
How did you get involved in gymnastics: My parents were both gymnasts and so was my older sister. Putting me in it as well seemed like the right thing to do.
Names of parents/guardians/spouse: Father, Woody, is a program manager for a defense technology company and a former astronaut, and mom, Debbie, is a physical education teacher.
Names of sibling(s): Sister, Sarah is a former Ohio State gymnast
National Competition Results
  • 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Gymnastics, Philadelphia, Pa. - 1st-PB; 2nd-VT; 3rd-HB; 7th-SR; 10th-FX
  • 2008 Visa Championships, Houston, Texas - 1st-PB; 5th-VT(T)
  • 2008 U.S. Men's Qualifier, Colorado Springs, Colo. - 5th-HB; 6th-FX(T)
  • 2007 Visa Championships, San Jose, Calif. - 1st-HB; 2nd-FX
  • 2006 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships, Norman, Okla. - 1st-HB, PB; 2nd-Team, AA; 3rd-FX
  • 2005 Visa Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. - 1st-HB; 3rd-VT
  • 2005 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships, West Point, N.Y. - 1st-PB; 2nd-HB; 3rd-Team
  • 2005 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. - 1st-HB
  • 2004 Visa Championships, Nashville, Tenn. - 4th-HB
  • 2004 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships, Champaign, Ill. - 1st-HB; 3rd-Team
  • 2004 Winter Cup, Las Vegas, Nev. -
  • 2002 U.S. Championships, Cleveland, Ohio - 3rd-PB
  • 2002 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, San Diego, Calif. - 2nd-AA, VT
  • 2001 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. -
  • 2000 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships, St. Louis, Mo. - 1st-AA, PB, HB; 2nd-PH(T), VT
  • 2000 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, Austin, Texas -
  • 2000 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. -
  • 1999 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Sacramento, Calif. - 1st-PB; 2nd-FX; 7th-AA
  • 1999 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, Houston, Texas -
  • 1998 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, Battle Creek, Mich. - 1st-PB; 2nd-VT
International Competition Results
  • 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, China - 3rd-Team
  • 2007 Pan American Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 1st-PB; 3rd-Team; 6th-HB; 7th-FX
  • 2007 World Cup, Moscow, Russia - 2nd-HB(T)
  • 2006 World Cup, Ghent, Belgium - 6th-PB(T); 8th-HB
  • 2005 World Championships, Melbourne, Australia -
  • 2005 American Cup, Long Island, N.Y. - 2nd-HB(T)
  • 2003 World University Games, Daegu, Korea - FX
LEGEND
  • Women: AA = All Around | VT = Vault | UB = Uneven Bars | BB = Balance Beam | FX = Floor Exercise | (T) = Tie
  • Men: AA = All Around | FX = Floor Exercise | PH = Pommel Horse | SR = Still Rings | VT = Vault | PB = Parallel Bars | HB = Horizontal Bars | (T) = Tie
  • Rhythmic: AA = All Around | RP = Rope | HP = Hoop | BA = Ball | CL = Clubs | RB = Ribbon | (T) = Tie
  • Acro: DY = Dynamic | BL = Balance | AA = All Around/Combined
  • T&T: TR = Trampoline | TU = Tumbling | DM = Double Mini | SY = Synchronized Trampoline
  • Parkour: FS - Freestyle | SP = Speed