MONTREAL, Que., Canada, Oct. 3, 2017 – The United States has submitted its line-up for the women’s qualification round at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the 2017 World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Que., Canada. The U.S. women are competing in the final qualification subdivision. The finals begin on Thursday, Oct. 5, with the men’s all-around. USA Gymnastics is providing live webcasts of the U.S. competitive sessions and all finals at USAGymWorlds.com.
The U.S. women’s line-up for Wednesday’s qualification round is listed below. The USA is competing in Subdivision 5 and starts on vault. The 2017 U.S. Women’s Team features Jade Carey, Phoenix, Ariz./Oasis Gymnastics; Morgan Hurd, Middletown, Del./First State Gymnastics; Ashton Locklear, Hamlet, N.C./Everest Gymnastics; and Ragan Smith, Lewisville, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics. Jordan Chiles of Vancouver, Wash./Naydenov Gymnastics, is the non-traveling replacement athlete.
All-around: Hurd, Smith
Vault: Carey, Hurd, Smith
Uneven bars: Hurd, Locklear, Smith
Balance beam: Hurd, Locklear, Smith
Floor exercise: Carey, Hurd, Smith
This year’s World Championships is an individual World Championships, which means World champions for men’s and women’s all-around and individual events are determined but there is not a team competition. Athletes advance to the respective event finals based on performances in the qualification rounds, with a max of two per country.
Athletes advance to the event finals at this year’s World Championships, an individual World Championships, based on performances during the qualification rounds, with a max of two per country. Women qualification rounds wrap up on Oct. 4. Athletes are vying for World titles for the men’s and women’s all-around and individual events.
The U.S. Men’s Team for Montreal features: Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee, Wis./Salto Gymnastics Center; Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Center; Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma; Alex Naddour of Queen Creek, Ariz./USA Youth Fitness Center; Eddie Penev of Rochester, N.Y./U.S. Olympic Training Center; and Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore, Md./U.S. Olympic Training Center. The non-traveling replacement athletes are: Allan Bower of Norman, Okla./University of Oklahoma; Akash Modi of Stanford, Calif./Stanford University; and Colin VanWicklen of Norman, Okla./University of Oklahoma.
The remaining World Championships’ competition schedule is as follows. The qualification rounds with U.S. athletes are in boldface.
- Qualification rounds
Oct. 3 – Women: 4 p.m. ET, Subdivision 1; 7 p.m. ET, Subdivision 2.
Oct. 4 – Women: 1:30 p.m. ET, Subdivision 3; 4 p.m. ET, Subdivision 4; 7 p.m. ET, Subdivision 5*.
Oct. 5 – 7 p.m. ET, men’s all-around final
Oct. 6 –7 p.m. ET, women’s all-around final
Individual event finals
Oct. 7 – men’s floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings; women’s vault, uneven bars, 1 p.m. ET.
Oct. 8 – men’s vault, parallel bars, horizontal bar; women’s balance beam, floor exercise; closing ceremony, 1 p.m. ET.
The 2017 U.S. Women’s Team, who will compete on Oct. 3 in the qualification round, features Jade Carey, Phoenix, Ariz./Oasis Gymnastics; Morgan Hurd, Middletown, Del./First State Gymnastics; Ashton Locklear, Hamlet, N.C./Everest Gymnastics; and Ragan Smith, Lewisville, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics. Jordan Chiles of Vancouver, Wash./Naydenov Gymnastics, is the non-traveling replacement athlete.
Ways to follow the action
Here’s a quick overview of the various ways to watch and follow the U.S. Team’s performances at the 2017 World Championships in Montreal. For more information on the World Championships, please go to USAGymWorlds.com.
- Live webcasts. USAGymWorlds.com will have live webcasts (U.S. viewers only) of all rounds of competition and podium training, including those that feature U.S. athletes. The coverage will also be archived for on-demand viewing. The schedule is below.
- Oct. 3
4 p.m. ET – Women’s Qualification Round, Sub. 1 (GBR)
7 p.m. ET – Women’s Qualification Round, Sub. 2 (CAN, RUS)
1:30 p.m. ET – Women’s Qualification Round, Sub. 3 (NED, ROU)
7 p.m. ET – Women’s Qualification Round, Sub. 5 (USA, CHN, JPN)
7 p.m. ET – Men’s All-Around Finals
7 p.m. ET – Women’s All-Around Finals
1 p.m. ET – Event Finals, Day 1
1 p.m. ET – Event Finals, Day 2
NBC Sports. Fans can catch all the action live in spectacular high definition via NBC Sports online at NBCSports.com/Live, or through the NBC Sports app which is available on the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store, Roku Channel Store, Apple TV and Amazon Fire.
Oct. 5 – 7 p.m. ET – Men’s All-Around Finals
Oct. 6 – 7 p.m. ET – Women’s All-Around Finals
Oct. 7 – 1 p.m. ET – Event Finals, Day 1
Oct. 8 – 1 p.m. ET – Event Finals, Day 2
- Cable TV. The Olympic Channel will air the men’s and women’s all-around finals of the 2017 World Championships live on Oct. 5 and 6 at 7 p.m. ET. In addition, NBC Sports Network will provide live coverage of the second day of event finals on Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. ET. Live webstreams of the finals sessions will also be available at USAGymWorlds.com.
- NBC. NBC will broadcast coverage of the Worlds on Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. ET, hosted by NBC Sports Group’s gymnastics team of Tim Daggett, 1984 Olympic team gold medalist, Nastia Liukin, 2008 Olympic all-around champion, and John Roethlisberger, three-time Olympian.
- USAGymWorlds.com. USA Gymnastics will provide enhanced coverage from Montreal, including results, photos, interviews and the webcast. Fans can also follow the action on Facebook, facebook.com/USAGymnastics, and Twitter, @usagym, or by using #MTL2017GYM.
- Live scoring. The International Gymnastics Federation provides live scoring from its World Championships. For more information and access, go to fig-gymnastics.com.
Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States. Its mission is to encourage participation and the pursuit of excellence in the sport. Its disciplines include men’s and women’s artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, acrobatic gymnastics and Gymnastics for All (formerly known as group gymnastics). For more complete information, log on to usagym.org.