© John Cheng

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 22, 2019 – USA Gymnastics has announced the international assignments for members of the U.S. Men’s National Team through April 2019. The Men’s Program Committee selected the athletes and coaches following the conclusion of the 2019 Winter Cup Challenge.

American Cup, Greensboro, N.C., March 2 (all-around)

  • Sam Mikulak, Newport Beach, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Center
  • Yul Moldauer, Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma
  • Coaches: Andriy Stepanchenko, U.S. Olympic Training Center, and Mark Williams, University of Oklahoma

DTB Pokal World Cup, Stuttgart, Germany, March 14-17 (all-around)

  • Akash Modi, Morganville, N.J./Stanford University
  • Coach: Karl Ziehn, Stanford University

World Cup, Baku, Azerbaijan, March 14-17 (individual event)

  • Colin Van Wicklen, Magnolia, Texas/University of Oklahoma
  • Trevor Howard, Columbus, Ohio/Ohio State University
  • Coach: Josh Loeser, U.S. Olympic Training Center

University of Calgary International Cup, Calgary, Canada, March 15-16

  • Riley Loos, El Dorado, Calif./Technique Gymnastics
  • Sean Melton, Orlando, Fla./Ohio State University
  • Robert Neff, Brookfield, Wis./Stanford University
  • Genki Suzuki, North Wales, Pa./University of Oklahoma
  • Coach: John Lucas, Technique Gymnastics
  • Coach: Dusty Ritter, Junior Olympic Program coordinator

World Cup, Doha, Qatar, March 20-23 (individual event)

  • Trevor Howard, Columbus, Ohio/Ohio State University
  • Stephen Nedoroscik, Worcester, Mass./Pennsylvania State University
  • Coach: Tony Beck, Pennsylvania State University

World Cup, Birmingham, Great Britain, March 23 (all-around)

  • Allan Bower, Chandler, Arizona/University of Oklahoma
  • Coach: Chris Brooks, University of Oklahoma

World Cup, Tokyo, April 6 (all-around)

  • Sam Mikulak, Newport Beach, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Center
  • Coach: Andriy Stepanchenko, U.S. Olympic Training Center

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