ST. LOUIS, June 21, 2016 – St. Louis, Mo., takes center stage in gymnastics’ Countdown to Rio with the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Men’s Gymnastics and the P&G Gymnastics Championships for women and junior men, June 23-26, at Saint Louis University’s Chaifetz Arena. A lot is on the line at Chaifetz Arena: five spots on the U.S. Olympic Men’s Gymnastics Team; berths to the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Women’s Gymnastics in San Jose, Calif.; and U.S. titles and national teams for women’s and junior men’s gymnastics. Tickets are still available for the four-day gymnastics showcase, which has a four-day fan fest open to the public.

In St. Louis, three-time U.S. and World all-around champion Simone Biles of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, looks to win her fourth-straight U.S. all-around title, and four-time U.S. all-around champion and 2012 Olympian Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center), leads the field of 18 men vying for the five-man U.S. Olympic Team and replacement athlete spots. The U.S. Olympic Men’s Gymnastics Team, pending United States Olympic Committee approval, will be named at the conclusion of Saturday’s competition.

Three of Mikulak’s 2012 Olympic teammates are in the Olympic Trials field: Jake Dalton of Sparks, Nev./Team Hilton (University of Oklahoma); Danell Leyva of Miami/Team Hilton (Universal Gymnastics); and John Orozco of the Bronx, N.Y./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center). All seven members of the 2015 World Championships Team are participating this week: Chris Brooks of Houston/Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center); Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee, Wis./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center); Leyva; Alexander Naddour of Queen Creek, Ariz./Team Hilton (USA Youth Fitness Center); Paul Ruggeri of Manlius, N.Y./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center); Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore, Md./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center); and Brandon Wynn of Voorhees, N.J./Team Hilton (U.S. Olympic Training Center).

For the women, Biles has the opportunity to become the first woman to win four-straight U.S. titles since Joan Moore Gnat in 1971-74. 2012 Olympic gold medalists Gabby Douglas of Virginia Beach, Va./Buckeye Gymnastics, and Aly Raisman of Needham, Mass./Brestyan’s American Gymnastics, are also in the field. All seven members of the 2015 World Championships team that won the USA’s third straight team gold medal (2011, ’14-’15) are expected in St. Louis: Biles; Douglas; Brenna Dowell of Odessa, Mo./GAGE; Madison Kocian of Dallas/WOGA; Maggie Nichols of Little Canada, Minn./Twin City Twisters; Raisman; and MyKayla Skinner of Gilbert, Ariz./Desert Lights. In addition, MG Elite’s Lauren Hernandez and Jazmyn Foberg, both of Morganville, N.J., who finished first and second, respectively, at the 2015 P&G Championships junior competition, are expected to participate.

The June 23-26 competition schedule, along with Fan Fest times, is listed below; all times are in the Central time zone and subject to change.

U.S. Olympic Trials – Men’s Gymnastics

  • Thursday, June 23 – 7 p.m.; Fan Fest, 5-6:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 25 – 7 p.m.; Fan Fest, 5-6:30 p.m.

P&G Gymnastics Championships

  • Thursday, June 23, junior men – 1 p.m.
  • Friday, June 24/UMB Day at the Championships, junior women – 1 p.m.; senior women – 7:30 p.m.; Fan Fest, 5:30-7 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 25, junior men – 1 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 26/SLUCare Day at the Championships, junior women – 1 p.m.; senior women – 7:30 p.m.; Fan Fest, 5:30-7 p.m.

Fan activities

Here’s a quick summary of the activities for fans prior to competition, both outside and inside the venue.

Activities held adjacent to Chaifetz Arena

  • Olympic Day, June 23. Hundreds of St. Louis-area kids will participate in fun athletic activities on Thursday, June 23, at 10:30 a.m. before the first session of the day. Activities include tumbling, gymnastics activities, rowing, track and field, soccer and tug-o-war.
  • Opening Ceremony, June 23. Gymnastics enthusiasts and the general public are invited to the opening ceremony on Thursday, June 23, at 11:30 a.m. outside Gate B at Chaifetz Arena. The opening ceremony will include renaming Laclede Avenue outside of Chaifetz Arena.
  • Countdown to Rio Fan Fest, June 23-26. Fans can gather for fun before the gymnastics evening sessions on June 23-26, as well as post-competition on June 25. The Countdown to Rio Fan Fest is a great place to mingle and enjoy music, beach games, autographs, food, gym club demos, crafts, face painting, etc. Friday’s special entertainment will be samba dancing. On Saturday, fans can have fun and gain knowledge learning Portuguese with Simply Sergio. The Joia percussion group will entertain the crowd on Sunday with Brazilian music, as well as teach interested attendees how to play.
  • P&G autograph sessions. Well-known gymnastics celebrities will sign autographs outside at the Fan Fest daily. The daily autograph schedule, which is subject to change, will be listed on Approximately 300 individuals will have the opportunity for an autograph during the allotted time.
  • KSDK Beach, June 23-26. Chaifetz Arena will have a touch of Brazil thanks to the KSDK Beach that will feature palm trees and a stage. The beach is expected to be the center of activity for the Countdown to Rio Fan Fest.
  • KSDK Sidewalk Art Project, June 23-26. To further bring a touch of Rio, each local organizing committee gym club will re-create Brazilian sidewalk patterns from the Copacabana Beach in its own section of St. Louis’ “Rio Way,” which will be displayed next to the KSDK Beach.
  • Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions. Fans will have a chance to learn more about the 2016 Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions, which begins Sept. 15 in Spokane, Wash. The 36-city tour will stop in St. Louis at Chaifetz Arena on Oct. 6 before it wraps up Nov. 13 in Boston, Mass. The tour will feature the sport’s biggest names, including three-time World all-around champion Simone Biles of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, 2012 Olympic team and all-around champion Gabby Douglas of Virginia Beach, Va./Buckeye Gymnastics, 2012 Olympic team and floor exercise champion Aly Raisman of Needham, Mass./Brestyan’s American Gymnastics, 2008 Olympic all-around champion Nastia Liukin, and 2012 Olympic team gold-medalist Jordyn Wieber.
  • KT Tape free taping. Athletes and fans can stop by the booth for a free KT Tape application to provide pain relief and support. Staff will be on site to tape and to give instructions on the use and benefits of KT Tapes. Additionally, KT Tape will unveil the limited-edition USA Olympic tape. Athletes of all levels should stop by to learn about KT Tape.
  • U.S. Olympic Men’s Gymnastics Team Celebration, June 25. The U.S. Men’s Olympic Team will be announced following Saturday night’s competition, and the celebration will continue outside Chaifetz Arena with a fireworks show.
  • USA Gymnastics Ninja Challenge Finals, June 26. Two-time Olympic medalist and “American Ninja Warrior” competitor Jonathan Horton, along with Ninja Warrior competitors Miles Avery and Drew Drechsel, will be on hand when the finalists from two days of qualifications compete for top honors in St. Louis at the finals on Sunday. Gymnasts, ages 6-11, from local gymnastics clubs will race against the clock on an obstacle course that uses AAI gymnastics equipment. Attendees can watch and cheer on these budding Ninjas, and the winners will receive tickets to the final day of competition at 5:30 p.m. The qualification rounds on June 24-25 at St. Louis Union Station are also open to spectators. Held in the Midway, the two-hour sessions are: June 24 – 10:30 a.m. and 3:15 p.m.; and June 25 – 10 a.m. and 3:15 p.m.
  • Local Partner Days, June 24-26. Friday, June 24, will be UMB Day at the Championships, and Sunday, June 26, is SLUCare Day at the Championships. SLUCare will also be at Fan Fest with a photo booth.
  • Gateway City Taste of the Championships, June 23-26. Restaurants in downtown St. Louis will join in the excitement by participating in the Gateway City’s Taste of the Championships, a discounted dining program for spectators and participants for the U.S. Olympic Men’s Trials, P&G Gymnastics Championships and the USA Gymnastics Regional Congress. Several restaurants are planning to have gymnastics-themed dishes. For more information on participating restaurants, visit

The opportunities inside the venue include the following.

  • Concourse autograph sessions. Approximately 300 individuals will have the opportunity for an autograph during the allotted time. The autograph schedule, which is subject to change, is outlined below.
    • June 24, 6:30-7:30 p.m. – Shannon Miller, two-time 1996 Olympic Gold medalist (Hershey’s booth)
    • June 26, 12-1 p.m. – Members of Team Hilton
  • Hershey’s Hello From Home. With Hershey’s, fans can send a message to Team USA when they’re far from home at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio! Team USA’s athletes will be a hemisphere away, and Hershey’s wants to help fans send them some love with personalized messages. After fans write their message, they will have an opportunity to get a photo with Hershey and Miss Kiss, two of Hershey’s beloved mascots.
  • Kellogg’s Fitness and Nutrition Zone. Kids can have fun and gain knowledge about the importance of fitness through the interactive Kellogg’s Fitness and Nutrition Zone that features physical challenges in building balance, strength, flexibility and cardiovascular exercise, all of which are fundamental to gymnastics. Participants get coaching tips from local gymnasts, can snap a photo on the Kellogg’s podium and share what gets them started each day on their way to greatness!
  • International Gymnastics Camp. Fans can stop by the International Gymnastics Camp booth to learn about the IGC difference, to take home exciting camp information and cool giveaways, and to meet Olympic and World champion Svetlana Boguinskaia! Staff members are available to speak about the premier gymnastics training opportunities at IGC, the benefits of summer camp for children, and IGC’s incredible recreation activities.
  • Merchandise. Fans can purchase everything gymnastics, including event-specific tees, official event merchandise, Under Armour and GK leotards, and more, at merchandise booths on the concourse. An Olympic replica from the women’s gymnastics team competitive apparel line for the 2016 Olympic Games will be included in the assortment of leotards available. Autographed copies of 2008 Olympic all-around champion Nastia Liukin’s book, “Finding My Shine,” are available for just $25. In her book, Liukin talks about her personal journey of challenges and success, sharing tips for reaching goals and overcoming obstacles.


Single-session, multi- and all-session tickets are on sale now, with prices depending on session and seat location. All prices are plus applicable fees. All times are Central.

Single session

Other ticket packages

  • Men’s Olympic Trials – June 23 and 25: 7 p.m. on both days; tickets range in price from $55-$105 (plus applicable fees).
  • Women’s Day 1 – June 24: 1 p.m. (juniors) and 7:30 p.m. (seniors); tickets range in price from $75-$125 (plus applicable fees).
  • Women’s final day – June 26: 1 p.m. (juniors) and 7:30 p.m. (seniors); tickets range in price from $90-$140 (plus applicable fees).
  • Senior men’s and women’s finals – June 25 and 26: June 25 at 7 p.m. for men’s Olympic Trials and June 26 at 7:30 p.m. for women’s P&G Championships; tickets range from $85-$135 (plus applicable fees).
  • All-session tickets – all eight competition sessions: tickets range in price from $150-$495 (plus applicable fees). The platinum package ($495 plus fees) comes with a reserved seat in the first three rows, an autographed poster, and an Olympian meet-and-greet.

Tickets may be purchased at, by phone at 800-745-3000, Ticketmaster outlets, and at the Chaifetz Arena Box Office.

Ways to follow the action

Television, webcast and YouTube coverage

  • Live competition coverage.
    • Television. NBC will air the final three days of competition from St. Louis live. In addition, NBCSN will provide live television coverage of the first night of men’s competition. The schedule is listed below.
      • June 23 – Men’s Olympic Trials, 8:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN
      • June 24 – Women’s P&G Championships, 9 p.m. ET, NBC
      • June 25 – Men’s Olympic Trials, 9 p.m. ET, NBC
      • June 26 – Women’s P&G Championships, 9 p.m. ET, NBC
    • NBC Live Extra. Live simulcast coverage of all four nights of competition will be available through NBC Live Extra on iOS and Android devices, or online at the links below. The schedule is as follows:
    • USA Gymnastics Webcast. With analysts 2008 Olympic medalists Samantha Peszek and Raj Bhavsar, USA Gymnastics will provide live webcast coverage of all four junior competitive sessions from the P&G Championships. Former NCAA and Big Ten champion Evan Heiter will join Peszek and Bhavsar as the host. The webcasts will be available worldwide free of charge at
      • June 23 – Junior Women – 2 p.m. ET
      • June 24 – Junior Men – 2 p.m. ET
      • June 25 – Junior Women – 2 p.m. ET
      • June 26 – Junior Men – 2 p.m. ET
  • USA Gymnastics on YouTube. USA Gymnastics will post coverage of the events in St. Louis, including nearly every competition routine for the women’s P&G Championships, after the conclusion of the event, interviews from media day and post-competition, and clips from podium training.
  • Online. The P&G Gymnastics Championships and U.S. Olympic Trials is easier than ever to follow online. Schedules, general event information, start lists, live scoring, and more are available at, which is easily viewable on smart phones and other digital devices.
  • Social Media. USA Gymnastics is providing live updates and exclusive content, including videos and photos, from the P&G Championships and U.S. Olympic Trials on Facebook ( and Twitter (@USAGym). Gymnastics fans can follow the action easily and join the conversation on Twitter by using the official hashtag of the weekend, #StLouis2016.
  • myusagym iOS app. Fans can follow the scores from the events in St. Louis live using the myusagym app for iOS devices available in the iTunes store. Those without iOS devices, can follow the scores at with any mobile device or desktop computer.

The St. Louis Sports Commission is the local host for both events.

The trials and nationals for men’s and women’s gymnastics are being held separately to accommodate the differences in scheduling needed to properly identify and prepare athletes for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The P&G Gymnastics Championships for the senior men were staged June 3-5 at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn., and determined the men competing at the men’s Olympic Trials. The last time the men’s and women’s national championships were held at different times and locations was in 2008. The U.S. Olympic Trials – Women’s Gymnastics is set for July 8 & 10 at SAP Center at San Jose (Calif.). The last time the men’s and women’s trials were held separately was in 1976.

The U.S. Olympic Team Trials for all sports are a collaborative undertaking between the U.S. Olympic Committee, the national governing bodies and the local organizing committees.

Background information

  • Chaifetz Arena at the Saint Louis University. Chaifetz Arena ( is a 10,600-seat multipurpose venue on the campus of Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. Spectra Venue Management, operators of Chaifetz Arena, is the industry leader across a full range of services that impact the bottom-line success of public assembly venues, including marketing and sales, corporate partnerships, event booking, ticket services and box office management, customer service, operations and engineering, and finance and administration. Spectra by Comcast Spectacor is the expert in hosting and entertainment, partnering with over 300 clients at 400 global properties to create memorable experiences for millions of visitors every year. Spectra’s expertise is embodied within three divisions: Venue Management (formerly Global Spectrum), Food Services & Hospitality (formerly Ovations Food Services), and Ticketing & Fan Engagement (formerly Paciolan). Learn more at

  • St. Louis Sports Commission. The St. Louis Sports Commission is the privately-funded nonprofit organization that grows, strengthens and moves St. Louis forward through sports. The organization uses the power of sports to enhance the area’s quality of life and generate economic and social benefit for the St. Louis region.

2016 P&G Championships (women, junior men)
By state by name with level for women; by state for junior men


    MyKayla Skinner, Gilbert, Ariz./Desert Lights Gymnastics, Sr.

    Gabrielle Douglas, Tarzana, Calif./Buckeye Gymnastics, Sr.
    Frida Esparza, Pittsburg, Calif./Head Over Heels, Jr.
    Emily Lee, Los Gatos, Calif./West Valley Gymnastics School, Jr.
    Lauren Navarro, La Verne, Calif./Gliders Charter Oak Gymnastics, Sr.

    Lauren Letzsch, Golden, Colo./TIGAR, Jr.
    Jay Jay Marshall, Greeley, Colo./TIGAR, Jr.
    Alyona Shchennikova, Evergreen, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, Jr.
    Kalyany Steele, Colorado Springs, Colo./Colorado Aerials Gymnastics Center, Jr.

    Riley McCusker, New Milford, Conn./MG Elite, Jr.

    Morgan Hurd, Middletown, Del./First State Gymnastics, Jr.

    Emily Gaskins, Coral Springs, Fla./Palm Beach Gymnastics, Sr.
    Lilly Hudson, Orange Park, Fla./VEGA Gymnastics, Jr.
    Sydney Johnson-Scharpf, Groveland, Fla./Brandy Johnson’s Global Gymnastics, Sr.

    Elena Arenas, Bogart, Ga./Georgia Elite Gymnastics, Jr.

    Nia Dennis, Naperville, Ill./Legacy Elite Gymnastics LLC, Sr.
    Gabby Perea, Geneva, Ill./Legacy Elite Gymnastics LLC, Jr.

    Rachel Gowey, Urbandale, Iowa/Chow’s Gymnastics and Dance Institute, Sr.
    Adeline Kenlin, Iowa City, Iowa/Iowa Gym-Nest, Jr.
    Victoria Nguyen, West Des Moines, Iowa/Chow’s Gymnastics and Dance Institute, Jr.

    Alexandra Raisman, Needham, Mass./Brestyan’s American Gymnastics, Sr.

    Madeleine Johnston, Boyds, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics, Jr.
    Maggie Musselman, Crownsville, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics, Sr.

    Alyssa Al-Ashari, Lansing, Mich./Twistars USA Inc., Jr.

    Sunisa Lee, Saint Paul, Minn./Midwest Gymnastics Center, Jr.
    Maggie Nichols, Little Canada, Minn./Twin City Twisters, Sr.
    Abby Paulson, Coon Rapids, Minn./Twin City Twisters, Sr.
    Lexy Ramler, St. Michael, Minn./KidSport LLC, Sr.
    Tori Tatum, Chanhassen, Minn./Twin City Twisters, Jr.
    Olivia Trautman, Champlin, Minn./Twin City Twisters, Sr.

    Brenna Dowell, Odessa, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express, Sr.

    North Carolina
    Kinsey Davis, Cornelius, N.C./KPAC, Jr.
    Lauren Little, Mooresville, N.C./Everest Gymnastics, Jr.
    Ashton Locklear, Hamlet, N.C./Everest Gymnastics, Sr.
    Emily Schild, Huntersville, N.C./Everest Gymnastics, Sr.

    New Jersey
    Christina Desiderio, Hackettstown, N.J./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, Sr.
    Olivia Dunne, Hillsdale, N.J./Eastern National Academy of Paramus, Jr.
    Jazmyn Foberg, Bayville, N.J./MG Elite, Sr.
    Margzetta Frazier, Erial, N.J./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, Sr.
    Lauren Hernandez, Old Bridge, N.J./MG Elite, Sr.

    Jordan Bowers, Lincoln, Neb./Solid Rock Gymnastics, Jr.

    Maile O’Keefe, Las Vegas, Nev./Academy of Gymnastics – Salcianu Gymnastics, Jr.

    Shania Adams, Plain City, Ohio/Buckeye Gymnastics, Jr.
    Aria Brusch, Forest Park, Ohio/Cincinnati Gymnastics, Jr.
    Amelia Hundley, Hamilton, Ohio/Cincinnati Gymnastics, Sr.
    Shilese Jones, Westerville, Ohio/Buckeye Gymnastics, Jr.

    Megan Freed, Bethlehem, Pa./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, Jr.
    Cameron Machado, West Chester, Pa./First State Gymnastics, Jr.
    Trinity Thomas, York, Pa./Prestige Gymnastics, Jr.

    Alyssa Baumann, Plano, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, Sr.
    Simone Biles, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, Sr.
    Sloane Blakely, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, Jr.
    Chae Campbell, Carrollton, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics, Jr.
    Kaitlin DeGuzman, Rowlett, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics, Sr.
    Colbi Flory, Rockwall, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics, Jr.
    Jaylene Gilstrap, McKinney, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics, Jr.
    Kiya Johnson, Desoto, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics, Jr.
    Hannah Joyner, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, Jr.
    Bailie Key, Montgomery, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics, Sr.
    Madison Kocian, Dallas, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, Sr.
    Emma Malabuyo, Flower Mound, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics, Jr.
    Ragan Smith, Lewisville, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics, Sr.

    Deanne Soza, Orem, Utah/Arete Gymnastics, Jr.

    Virginia Abigail Scanlon, Sterling, Va./Capital Gymnastics National Training Center, Jr.

    Jordan Chiles, Vancouver, Wash./Naydenov Gymnastics Inc., Jr.

Junior men
(Age groups: 15-16 and 17-18)

    Angel Leon, Tucson, Ariz./Gymnastics World Central, 15-16

    Cameron Bock, Tustin, Calif./SCATS Gymnastics, 15-16
    Thomas Chin, Santa Monica, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA, 17-18
    Andrew Herrador, Livermore, Calif./West Coast Olympic Gymnastics Academy, 17-18
    Bennet Huang, Palo Alto, Calif./West Coast Olympic Gymnastics Academy, 15-16
    Shane Sadighi, Laguna Niguel, Calif./Azarian U.S. Gymnastics Training Center, 15-16
    Daniel Yoon, Huntington Beach, Calif./SCATS Gymnastics, 15-16

    Vitaliy Guimaraes, Aruada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, 15-16

    Andrew Bitner, Buford, Ga./Gymnastix Training Center, 15-16
    Brody Malone, Cedartown, Ga./Cartersville Twisters, 15-16

    Max Andryushchenko, Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics, 15-16
    Bailey Perez, Glen Ellyn, Ill./Premier Gymnastics Academy, 17-18
    Curran Phillips, Naperville, Ill./Prairie Gymnastics Club, 15-16

    Mitchell Brown, Fortville, Ind./DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics, 17-18
    Parker Clayton, Fishers, Ind./DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics, 15-16
    Russell Johnson, Indianapolis, Ind./DeVeau’s School of Gymnastics, 15-16

    Addison Chung, Medfield, Mass./Levon’s Gymnastics, 15-16
    Jonathan Wang, Newton, Mass./Levon’s Gymnastics, 17-18

    Jacob Moore, West Bloomfield, Mich./Twistars USA Inc., 15-16

    Shane Wiskus, Spring Park, Minn./Mini-Hops Gymnastics, 15-16

    New Hampshire
    Michael Fletcher, Nashua, N.H./New England Academy of Gymnastics, 15-16
    Nicholas Merryman, Brookline, N.H./New England Academy of Gymnastics, 15-16

    New Jersey
    Andrew Brower, Old Bridge, N.J./US Gymnastics Develop Center II, 17-18
    Favian Valdez, Kearny, N.J./US Gymnastics Develop Center II, 17-18

    New York
    Kevin Penev, Penfield, N.Y./RGA, 15-16

    Brennan Pantazis, Sparks, Nev./Gymnastics Nevada, 15-16

    Connor Lewis, Grove City, Ohio/Integrity Gymnastics and Cheerleading, 17-18
    Trevor North, Johnstown, Ohio/Hocking Valley Gymnastics Center, 17-18

    Jordan Kovach, Chickasha, Okla./Bart Conner Gymnastics Academy, 17-18

    Alexander Frack, Nazareth, Pa./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, 15-16
    Jacob Light, Macungie, Pa./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, 17-18

    Joshua Davis, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, 15-16
    Davis Grooms, Katy, Texas/Champions Gymnastics, 15-16
    Ian Gunther, Houston, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics, 15-16
    Khalil Jackson, Katy, Texas/Champions Gymnastics, 15-16
    Griffin Kehler, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, 15-16
    David Pochinka, Plano, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics, 15-16
    Blake Sun, San Antonio, Texas/Alamo Gymnastics Center, 15-16
    Alexei Vernyi, Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics, 15-16
    Matthew Wenske, Houston, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics, 17-18
    Joshua Williams, Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics, 15-16

    Kyte Crigger, Manassas, Va./Apollo Gymnastics, 17-18