INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Three U.S. gymnasts – Sean Golden of Camden, N.J.; Kayla Hoffman of Union, N.J.; and Natasha Kelley of Katy, Texas – are competing in the World Cup event in Moscow, Russia, May 25-26, at the Olympic Sports Complex.

The World Cup features individual event competition. The qualification round for men and women is May 25, with the top eight on each apparatus advancing to the final competition on May 26.
Golden, who competes for Team Chevron and trains in Houston, won the still rings and vault titles at the 2005 Visa Championships to become the U.S. champion in those events. Kelley, who trains at Stars Gymnastics Houston, is competing as a senior this year. She won the women’s junior all-around title at the 2005 Visa Championships, along with the gold medal for the balance beam and floor exercise. Kelley also won the all-around and balance beam titles at last year’s International Junior Competition in Yokohama, Japan. Hoffman, who trains at Rebound Gymnastics, is competing in her first international competition.