COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (May 6, 2023) – The USA Gymnastics men’s program on Saturday announced rosters for the 2023 Senior Pan American Championships in Colombia and the 2023 World University Games in China. The selections were made as part of National Team camp.

Olympians Yul Moldauer and Shane Wiskus headline the Pan Am Championship roster that includes 2023 Winter Cup parallel bars and horizontal bar champion Curran Phillips, 2023 NCAA all-around silver medalist Taylor Christopulos, and 2022 Winter Cup pommel horse champion and all-around silver medalist Khoi Young. 2022 U.S. still rings champion Donnell Whittenburg will join the team in Medellin as a traveling replacement athlete.

Reigning NCAA all-around, parallel bars and high bar champion Fred Richard will lead the five-man field at the World University Games in Chengdu. Christopulos will join Richard in China along with 2023 Winter Cup and NCAA pommel horse champion Ian Skirkey, 2023 Winter Cup and NCAA parallel bars bronze medalist Joshua Karnes, and 2023 Winter Cup high bar silver medalist Landen Blixt. 2023 Winter Cup floor exercise and vault champion Kameron Nelson and 2022 U.S. Classic floor champion Matt Cormier were designated as non-traveling replacement athletes for the competition.

The 2023 Senior Pan American Championships will be held May 26-28 in Medellin, Colombia, while artistic gymnastics competition is set for August 1-5 at the 2023 World University Games in Chengdu, China.

Athletes are listed alphabetically by competition below.

Pan American Championships
Taylor Christopulos — Layton, Utah/University of Nebraska
Yul Moldauer — Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
Curran Phillips — Naperville, Ill./Stanford University
Donnell Whittenburg — Baltimore, Md./Salto Gymnastics Center*
Shane Wiskus — Spring Park, Minn./EVO Gymnastics
Khoi Young — Bowie, Md./Stanford University

World University Games
Landen Blixt — Fowlerville, Mich./University of Michigan
Taylor Christopulos — Layton, Utah/University of Nebraska
Matt Cormier — Milton, Mass./Penn State University^
Joshua Karnes — Erie, Penn./Penn State University
Kameron Nelson — Evans, Ga./Ohio State University^
Fred Richard — Stoughton, Mass./University of Michigan
Ian Skirkey — Pepperell, Mass./University of Illinois

*Denotes traveling replacement athlete
^Denotes non-traveling replacement athlete