INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana (February 27, 2024) – Following the 2024 Winter Cup in Louisville, Kentucky, USA Gymnastics on Tuesday announced the U.S. men’s and women’s artistic athletes selected for several international competitions this spring.

Baku World Cup/Doha World Cup

The U.S. roster for the FIG Baku Apparatus World Cup March 7-10 includes 2021 World gold medalist Stephen Nedoroscik and 2024 Winter Cup pommel horse champion Patrick Hoopes on the men’s side. 2023 Pan American Games competitor Katelyn Jong is joined in women’s competition by Reese Esponda, who is making her international debut.

Nedoroscik and 2023 Pan American Games team and parallel bars champion Curran Phillips will also represent the U.S. at the 2024 Doha World Cup April 17-20 in Doha, Qatar, in apparatus competition.

DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup

15 athletes will compete for the U.S. at the 2024 DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup March 15-17 in Stuttgart, Germany. Headlining the senior men are Olympians and 2024 Winter Cup all-around champion Yul Moldauer and silver medalist Shane Wiskus. Completing the team are 2024 Winter Cup all-around bronze medalist Riley Loos, 2023 Pan American Games team champion Cameron Bock, and Phillips.

The junior men’s team will feature 2024 Winter Cup floor exercise bronze medalist Sasha Bogonosiuk, still rings champion Adam Lakomy, all-around bronze medalist Kiran Mandava, 2024 Winter Cup parallel bars champion and all-around silver medalist Nathan Roman and Hasan Aydogdu.

Fuzzy Benas and Kai Uemura will represent the men in the Mixed Cup portion of the competition alongside women’s artistic athletes Dulcy Caylor, Addison Fatta and Nola Matthews.

International Gymnix

Four junior women’s gymnasts will be in Montreal, Canada, for the 2024 International Gymnix March 9-10, being held for the first time since 2020. 2023 Winter Cup junior all-around champion Claire Pease will lead a four-athlete roster that includes 2023 Winter Cup all-around silver medalist Lavi Crain and bronze medalists Addy Fulcher and Tyler Turner.

Athletes will vie for team all-around and event titles over two days of competition.

Spring 2024 USA Gymnastics International Assignments

Participants for the 2024 Pacific Rim Championships and the City of Jesolo Trophy will be named later in the season. All competing gymnasts are listed below by event.

Baku World Cup, March 7-10

  • Reese Esponda — Missoula, Mon./Roots Gymnastics
  • Patrick Hoopes — Lehi, Utah/U.S. Air Force Academy
  • Katelyn Jong — Allen, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
  • Stephen Nedoroscik — Worcester, Mass./EVO Gymnastics

International Gymnix, March 9-10

  • Lavi Crain — Blue Springs, Mo./ Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Addy Fulcher — Gastonia, N.C./Bull City Gymnastics
  • Claire Pease — Sunnyvale, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Tyler Turner — San Jose, Calif./Airborne Gymnastics Training Center

DTB Pokal Team Challenge and Mixed Cup, March 15-17

  • Hasan Aydogdu — Carlstadt, N.J./Meadowlands Gymnastics Academy
  • Fuzzy Benas — Richmond, Texas/University of Oklahoma
  • Cameron Bock — Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan
  • Sasha Bogonosiuk — Buffalo Grove, Ill./Gymkhana Gymnastics
  • Dulcy Caylor — Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
  • Addison Fatta — Wrightsville, Pa./Prestige Gymnastics
  • Adam Lakomy — Roselle Park, N.J./Sunburst Gymnastics Training Center
  • Riley Loos — Folsom, Calif./Stanford University
  • Kiran Mandava — Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy
  • Nola Matthews — Gilroy, Calif./Airborne Gymnastics Training Center
  • Yul Moldauer — Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
  • Curran Phillips — Naperville, Ill./EVO Gymnastics
  • Nathan Roman — Poway, Calif./Agility
  • Shane Wiskus — Spring Park, Minn./EVO Gymnastics
  • Kai Uemura — Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics

Doha World Cup, April 17-20

  • Stephen Nedoroscik — Worcester, Mass./EVO Gymnastics
  • Curran Phillips — Naperville, Ill./EVO Gymnastics