INDIANAPOLIS, May 1, 2019 – Twenty-five members of the U.S. Women’s National Team are expected to participate in the May training camp that begins May 3 at EVO Athletics in Sarasota, Fla.

The primary objective for the May camp is assisting athletes and coaches in preparing for team selection for the Junior World Championships, Pan American Games and the World Championships in the coming months.

The camp’s schedule begins with physical abilities on Friday, with verification of vault and floor exercise on Saturday and the uneven bars and balance beam on Sunday, along with flexibility. Camp will conclude on Monday morning.

“May is the beginning of a very busy season for our athletes,” said Tom Forster, the high-performance team coordinator for the women’s national team. “We are excited to compete in the inaugural Junior World Championships in June, and July’s Pan Am Games is an important competition for our seniors. Also, the athletes and their coaches are preparing for the American Classic, the GK U.S. Classic and the U.S. Championships. This camp provides time for the national staff to help gymnasts with their preparations and bond as a team.”

The national team members participating in the camp are listed below.

    Cienna Alipio, West Valley Gymnastics
    Simone Biles, World Champions Centre
    Skye Blakely, WOGA
    Sloane Blakely, WOGA
    Sophia Butler, Discover
    Jade Carey, Arizona Sunrays
    Jordan Chiles, Naydenov Gymnastics
    Kayla DiCello, Hill’s Gymnastics
    Kara Eaker, GAGE
    Aleah Finnegan, GAGE
    Olivia Greaves, MG Elite
    Morgan Hurd, First State Gymnastics
    Shilese Jones, Future Gymnastics
    Sunisa Lee, Midwest Gymnastics Center
    Lilly Lippeatt, Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy
    Emma Malabuyo, Texas Dreams
    Grace McCallum, Twin City Twisters
    Konnor McClain, Revolution
    Riley McCusker, MG Elite
    Kaylen Morgan, Everest Gymnastics
    Gabby Perea, Legacy Elite Gymnastics
    Alyona Shchennikova, 5280 Gymnastics
    Ragan Smith, Texas Dreams
    Trinity Thomas, University of Florida
    Leanne Wong, GAGE