INDIANAPOLIS, June, 24, 2021 – The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics get underway Thursday at The Dome in St. Louis. The trials, which run June 24-27, will feature the country’s top men’s and women’s artistic gymnasts as they vie for the opportunity to represent the U.S. at next month’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
The men’s competition will take place Thursday and Saturday with the women in action Friday and Sunday. The Olympic team will be named at the conclusion of each discipline’s second day of competition.
NBCSN will broadcast men’s Day 1 live Thursday at 6:30 p.m. ET with women’s Day 1 to follow Friday at 7:30 on NBC. The Saturday men’s Day 2 broadcast will begin on The Olympic Channel at 3 p.m. ET and will continue on NBC at 4 p.m. Trials will wrap up with women’s Day 2 Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. Live streams of the competitions will be available on NBCOlympics.com. You can also watch on NBC’s Peacock platform.
Single-session tickets are available for each day of competition and can be purchased here.
The men and women will both field four-person teams to Tokyo. In addition, Paul Juda’s performance at the 2021 Senior Pan American Championships earned the men an additional +1 quota spot, ensuring that a fifth U.S. gymnast will be able to compete as an individual in Tokyo. The women will also be able to send up to two individual athletes to compete, in addition to the four-person team, including one +1 country quota spot and a nominative spot unofficially earned by Jade Carey of Phoenix, Ariz./Arizona Sunrays through the FIG’s Apparatus World Cup. Replacement athletes will also be named this weekend in St. Louis.
Participating athletes are listed below alphabetically.
Cameron Bock, Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan
Allan Bower, Chandler, Ariz./University of Oklahoma
Brandon Briones, Gilbert, Ariz./Stanford University
Alex Diab, Glen Ellyn, Ill./University of Illinois
Gage Dyer, Yukon, Okla./University of Oklahoma
Vitaliy Guimaraes, Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma
Ian Gunther, Houston, Texas/Stanford University
Paul Juda, Deerfield, Ill./University of Michigan
Riley Loos, El Dorado Hills, Calif./Stanford University
Brody Malone, Belfast, Tenn./Stanford University
Sam Mikulak, Newport Coast, Calif./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
Akash Modi, Morganville, N.J./Stanford University
Yul Moldauer, Wellington, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
Stephen Nedoroscik, Worcester, Mass./Penn State University
Robert Neff, Brookfield, Wis./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
Colin Van Wicklen, Spring, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
Matt Wenske, Houston, Texas/University of Oklahoma
Donnell Whittenburg, Baltimore, Md./Salto Gymnastics
Shane Wiskus, Spring Park, Minn./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
Alec Yoder, Indianapolis, Ind./Ohio State University
Simone Biles, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
Skye Blakely, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Jade Carey, Phoenix, Ariz./Arizona Sunrays
Jordan Chiles, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
Kayla DiCello, Boyds, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics
Amari Drayton, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
Kara Eaker, Grain Valley, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
Addison Fatta, Wrightsville, Pa./Prestige Gymnastics
Shilese Jones, Westerville, Ohio/Future Gymnastics Academy
Emily Lee, Los Gatos, Calif./West Valley Gymnastics School
Sunisa Lee, St. Paul, Minn./Midwest Gymnastics Center
Emma Malabuyo, Flower Mound, Texas/Texas Dreams
Grace McCallum, Isanti, Minn./Twin City Twisters
Riley McCusker, Brielle, N.J./Arizona Sunrays
Zoe Miller, Spring, Texas, World Champions Centre
Ava Siegfeldt, Williamsburg, Va./World Class Gymnastics
MyKayla Skinner, Gilbert, Ariz./Desert Lights Gymnastics
Leanne Wong, Overland Park, Kan./Great American Gymnastics Express