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New USA Gymnastics Board of Directors

Post Views 898   The new USA Gymnastics Board of Directors has been chosen and are now in place. The positions and who holds them include: Athlete Directors Ivana Hong, women’s gymnastics, 2018-20 Steven Legendre, men’s gymnastics, 2018-19 Dylan Maurer, combined disciplines (rhythmic/acrobatic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling), 2018-21 National Membership Directors Kittia Carpenter, women’s gymnastics, Read More

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Qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics: A step-by-step guide

Post Views 256   PRESS RELEASE – LAUSANNE (SUI), FIG Office, 24 May 2018: In the coming months, the qualifying process will begin for the next Olympic Games which will take place in Tokyo from 24 July to 9 August 2020. A total of 324 athlete places for the Gymnastics events will be up for Read More

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Search Begins For New National Training Center

Post Views 2,169   Now that USA Gymnastics is no longer using the US Olympic Training Center located on the Karolyi Ranch, they are in need of a new training facility. The past few Women’s National Team training camps have been held in various locations around the country and most likely will continue this way Read More

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Photo Releases Required At Meets

Post Views 3,013   Many Meet Directors across the country have photographers and/or videographers at their meets taking pictures and videos of athletes during competition. Now, according to USA Gymnastics, Safe Sport policies now require these Meet Directors to have written permission from parents and/or guardians of a gymnast before an athlete can be photographed Read More

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A Message from Kerry Perry – President & CEO of USA Gymnastics

Post Views 782   Today marks the first day on the job for USA Gymnastics’ new President and CEO, Kerry Perry. She released the following statement to mark the beginning of her tenure at the helm of USA Gymnastics: To the members of USA Gymnastics and the gymnastics community: Since the announcement was made on Read More

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Road to Olympic Gold Revealed

Post Views 522   The Federation of International Gymnastics (FIG) has released the event draw for both the Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics qualification rounds at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio! A total of 98 gymnasts, 12 teams of 5 athletes and 38 individuals, will be competing in the qualification rounds in their attempt to make it Read More

Pac Rim Wrap-Up

Post Views 545 Here is a quick wrap-up of the 2016 Pacific Rim Championships held in Everett, WA this past weekend. Result for Women’s & Men’s Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymnastics, and Trampoline Team Finals, All-Around, and Event Finals for Senior and Junior levels are listed below. Women’s Gymnastics Team Finals United States – 243.20 Canada – 219.10 Read More

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Pacific Rim Championships

Post Views 489   The Pacific Rim Championships will be held this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the XFINITY Arena in Everett, WA. Held every two years, Pac Rim Championships include approximately 200 athletes competing in men’s & women’s artistic gymnasts, trampoline, and rhythmic gymnastics. Countries in the Pac Rim include; Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Read More

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Mark Your Olympic Calendar

Post Views 1,279   Is your DVR set to start recording the world’s top countries and athletes competing in the sport of gymnastics? If you are not sure what the competition schedule looks like, we have the dates and air times for Men’s and Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. It all starts out on Friday, August 5 with the Read More

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An Olympic Reunion

Post Views 583 USA Gymnastics has announced they will be hosting, for the first time, a reunion of all former USA Gymnastics Olympians and alternates from all four disciplines (Women’s & Men’s Artistic Gymnastics, Rhythmic Gymnastics, and Trampoline) at the 2016 Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Team Trials in San Jose, California on July 8 & 10. Steve Read More