Jordyn Wieber Reflects on Kellogg's Tour, Shares Most Surprising Aspect

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Jordyn Wieber has been traveling across the nation for a couple months with the 2016 Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics champions, and the former 2012 Fierce Fiver stopped by ABC 17 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, for a quick interview.

For Wieber, the shows have have been a blast, and she has enjoyed sharing the experience with the U.S. women's team, men's team, rhythmic, acro, and trampoline gymnasts.

This has been such an amazing tour so far.


The most surprising aspect of the tour? The dancing. Wieber said that fans come expecting to see the gymnastics, but that there is so much more involved in the performance. 

There's crazy lights and costumes and music, so it's a big mixture of a bunch of different things. It's a lot of action, and it's really fun for the fans to come watch.

The next show in the tour will be Tuesday, October 25, at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Check out a few highlights from the San Antonio stop of the tour:




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