Timothy McNeill

Birthdate: 5/5/1986
Program: Men's Artistic
Level: Senior
Current Residence: Falls Church, VA
Head Coach: Vitaly Marinitch


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Career Highlights

McNeill graduated from UC Berkeley in December 2008 and is now the head coach for the Bears. He competed for Cal from 2005-08 and won five career NCAA titles, the most in school history: pommel horse in 2006-08 and parallel bars in 2007-08. Prior to UC Berkeley, McNeill competed for Capital Gymnastics NTC under Carlos Vazquez. McNeill is the son of Laura and Dave McNeill, and he has a younger brother, Robert, who is a diver at the University of North Carolina - Wilmington.
Personal Information

Nickname: Laertes
Hometown: Falls Church, VA
Twitter: @calshady

Name of College: UC Berkeley
Degree/Major: Psychology
Year you began gymnastics: 1990
Favorite Event: Pommel horse
Favorite thing about gymnastics: The feeling of hitting a great routine.
What are your goals for gymnastics?: To make the 2012 Olympic Team.
Names of parents/guardians: Laura and Dave McNeill.
Names of sibling(s): Robbie McNeill.

Interests Outside the Gym

Hobbies or favorite activities: Watching
Favorite music: Eminem
Favorite TV show(s): Da Ali G Show, Family Guy, 24
Favorite Food: Chipotle

National Competition Results

2009 Visa Championships, Dallas, Texas - 1st-PB; 2nd-AA; 3rd-PH; 5th-SR
2009 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. - 1st-PH; 6th-PB
2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Gymnastics, Philadelphia, Pa. - 5th-PH; 6th-SR; 7th-AA; 8th-PB; 9th-FX; 10th-VT; 12th-HB
2008 Visa Championships, Houston, Texas - 2nd-PH; 10th-AA
2008 NCAA Men's Championships, Stanford, Calif. - 1st-PB; 1st-PH; 5th-Team
2007 NCAA Championships, State College, Pa. - 1st-PH, PB
2007 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. - 2nd-PB; 4th-SR; 6th-PH
2006 Visa Championships, St. Paul, Minn. - 2nd-PH
2006 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championships, Norman, Okla. - 3rd-FX
2006 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. - 3rd-PH
2005 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev. -
2004 Visa Championships, Nashville, Tenn. - 1st-FX; 2nd-VT; 5th-AA (Jr. Div.)
2004 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, San Diego, Calif. - 1st-PH; 3rd-AA; 4th-PB, HB
2002 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, San Diego, Calif. - 4th-PH
2000 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships, Austin, Texas - 3rd-PB

International Competition Results

2010 Moscow World Stars, Moscow, Russia - 3rd-PB; 4th-PH(T)
2009 World Championships, London, England - 5th-PH; 7th-AA
2009 World Cup, Montreal, Quebec, Canada - 4th-PB; 5th-PH
2007 World Cup, Moscow, Russia -