LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (February 23, 2024) – Claire Pease (Sunnyvale, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics) claimed the all-around junior women’s title, while Shane Wiskus (Spring Park, Minn./EVO Gymnastics) currently leads the senior men in all-around competition after Winter Cup competition on Friday.

Pease crowned junior champion

Pease claimed the first all-around gold medal of the weekend, winning the junior women’s title Friday evening with a 52.700. She also won gold on uneven bars (14.200) and balance beam (13.600) and scored a 13.200 on vault and a 11.700 on floor exercise. Lavi Crain (Blue Springs, Mo./ Great American Gymnastics Express) earned all-around silver with a 52.400, and Addy Fulcher (Gastonia, N.C./Bull City Gymnastics) and Tyler Turner (San Jose, Calif./Airborne Gymnastics Training Center) tied for the bronze with scores of 50.450.

Camie Westerman (Frederick, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics) took home the vault title with a combined 13.275 (13.100, 13.450) over Maliha Tressel (Eagan, Minn./Twin City Twisters) in second with a 13.225 (13.200, 13.250). Ally Damelio (San Mateo, Calif./San Mateo Gymnastics) won the floor crown with a 12.750.

Wiskus on top at the halfway mark

After completing the first of two days of competition, Wiskus sits atop the men’s all-around standings with an overall 84.850. The 2020 Olympian posted the highest score of the day on floor (14.550) and had strong scores on pommel horse (13.450), still rings (13.800), vault (14.400), parallel bars (14.800) and horizontal bar (13.850). Defending Winter Cup champion and Tokyo Olympian Yul Moldauer (Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics) sits closely in second all-around with an 84.450, while Cameron Bock (Ann Arbor, Mich./University of Michigan) rounds out the current top three with an 82.950 all-around score.

On the apparatus leaderboards, Curran Phillips (Naperville, Ill./EVO Gymnastics) posted the best scores of the afternoon on parallel bars (15.950) and high bar (14.300). Stephen Nedoroscik (Worcester, Mass./EVO Gymnastics) led on pommel horse with a 15.200, and Alex Diab (Glen Ellyn, Ill./EVO Gymnastics) outpaced the field on rings with a 14.750. Kameron Nelson (Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho/Ohio State University) had the best score among two-vault athletes with a 14.050 (13.900, 14.200).

Senior men’s competition continues Sunday, February 25 where all-around and apparatus winners will be determined. Gymnasts who earned points using the USA Gymnastics’ Men’s Program Committee Senior Points Program and the next five athletes based on all-around results advanced to Sunday, with a total of 35 gymnast set for Day 2.

USA Gymnastics’ Winter Cup continues Saturday with senior women’s competition at 1:30 p.m. ET followed by Elite Team Cup action at 6:30 p.m. ET. Fans can stream all competition sessions on the USA Gymnastics YouTube channel, and live results are available at myusagym.com.