FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: March 27-April 2

In our weekly viewing guide, we list the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across each of our sites. If you have Apple TV 4 or Roku, watch all of these live events and documentaries on your TV at home.

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LIVE EVENTS


FloGymnastics


City of Jesolo Trophy - March 29-April 2


FloGymnastics will be onsite providing exclusive coverage of the 2017 City of Jesolo Trophy in Italy. Nine countries will be participating in one of the most exciting elite competitions of the year, including USA who is sending a team of 12 athletes. We will be providing exclusive training coverage from March 29-31 and an exclusive LIVE stream of the competition April 1-2. FloPRO subscribers will also have access to archives of training and competition. 



National Collegiate Gymnastics Association Championship - March 31-April 1


The 2017 National Collegiate Gymnastics Association Championships will crown the champions of Division III gymnastics. UW-La Crosee will look to defend their title for the third straight year in what will undoubtedly be an electric two days of competition. Stay tuned for more coverage! 


FloTrack


Stanford Invitational - March 31 - April 1st


The Stanford Invitational, known as one of the premier track-and-field events of the year, is ringing in outdoor track and field right. Loaded men and women fields that include Edward Cheserek, Christina Aragon, Justyn Knight, Karissa Schweizer and Katie Rainsberger head to Palo Alto to look and secure fast early season marks and test their fitness. Catch 20+ hours of LIVE coverage this weekend. 


Legends of Track & Field and Bob Larsen Distance Carnival - March 31 - April 1st


We are LIVE from sunny southern California! At the first of two LIVE events this year from Drake Stadium in Los Angeles, the teams participating include: Cal State Northridge, Cerritos College, Colorado State, Cornell, Utah State, Minnesota, UC Riverside, Nevada, Riverside City College, Washington State, and UCLA. 


Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon - April 1st at 4:00 am ET (North America Only)


Galen Rupp and Jordan Hasay will toe the line in Prague against some of the world's best half marathoners. Galen Rupp who has a personal best of 60:30 will race against four men who have run sub 60:00, as well as 10k Olympic bronze medalist Tamirat Tola. On the women's side, Jordan Hasay is fresh off the 6th fastest American time ever and will run against world record holder Peres Jepchirchir and defending Prague champion Violah Jepchumba. 


FloSlam


EVOLVE 80 - March 30


FloSlam's #MoreThanMania weekend begins as Zack Sabre Jr. makes his first defense of the EVOLVE Championship against ACH. Also, Tracy Williams and Fred Yehi defend their tag team championships against Donovan Dijak and Michael Elgin, and Keith Lee continues his trial series against Ricochet. 


Game Changer Wrestling Presents Joey Janela's Spring Break - March 30


Get ready for pro wrestling's wildest party. "Bad Boy" Joey Janela is in full control, and he'll be taking on his dream opponent, Mary Jannetty. Plus, Matt Riddle takes on MMA legend Dan "The Beast" Severn, and Glacier makes his return to wrestling! 


EVOLVE 81 - March 31


Tensions rise within Catch Point as Fred Yehi challenges Matt Riddle. Also, Zack Sabre Jr. takes on Michael Elgin, Timothy Thatcher looks to take out his frustrations on ACH, and Lio Rush returns to EVOLVE as he faces off with Drew Galloway. 


Kaiju Big Battel - March 31


The monsters and mayhem of Kaiju Big Battel return to WrestleMania weekend! Dr. Cube and his deadly minions are in action -- will the city of Orlando survive? 


WWN Supershow - April 1


History will be made when the first WWN Champion is crowned. Will it be Jon Davis, Drew Galloway, Parrow, Matt Riddle, Tracy Williams, or Fred Yehi walking away with the ultimate prize? Plus, catch some the hottest stars of the United Kingdom as PROGRESS Wrestling invades the Supershow!


Beyond Wrestling - April 1


Stay up late for "Caffeine," presented by Beyond Wrestling. Matt Riddle takes on Donovan Dijak in a super-sized matchup, while LuFisto takes on Deonna Purazzo in a Women's Wrestling Revolution showcase. Plus, Keith Lee, Jeff Cobb, Joey Janela, and more. 


ACW - April 2


See ACW Heavyweight Champion Parrow and many more in action, live from the Hardys' Broken Tailgate Party! 


FIP - April 2


We close out #MoreThanMania weekend with an afternoon of Full Impact Pro. Martin Stone settles his bad blood with Jon Davis with the FIP Florida Heritage title at stake. Fred Yehi defends his FIP Heavyweight Championship against the high-flying Dezmond Xavier. Plus, a star-studded four-on-four tag team match is scheduled, as Uncle John's Friends take on ACH, Sammy Guevara, Keith Lee, and Michael Elgin! 


FloElite


Europe's Strongest Man 2017 - April 1


The flagship event in the Giants Live World Tour is back with big names and, of course, the heaviest, gnarliest lifts you can imagine. Tune in on April 1 to see real-life giants run with cars, toss kegs, lift humongous logs and tackle the legendary atlas stones before a sold-out crowd of 10,000-plus fans. 


FloWrestling


FloNationals - March 31-April 2


Since its inception in 2010, FloNationals has quickly established itself as one of the premiere high school tournaments in the nation. In fact, 33% of this year's NCAA All-Americans were FloNationals All-Americans in high school, including nine of the 20 NCAA finalists. What sets FloNationals apart from other postseason tournaments is that college coaches get to see potential recruits wrestle under collegiate rules. Don't miss your chance to see Jaret Lane, Josh Saunders, Jacori Teemer, Trent Hidlay, Jelani Embree, Gavin Hoffman Seth Nevills, and a myriad of hammers will be in action this weekend. 



FloTennis


FloTennis Jr. Duals - March 31-April 2


12 junior teams, selected based on UTR Power 6 Rating of each team, will face off in a college dual match style tournament at Lake Norman. Matches will be played on hard court and clay court surfaces and will count towards players' UTRs. We will be live streaming ALL MATCHES.


FloSwimming


Speedo Short Course Far Western Championships - March 30 - April 2


Some of the best 18 & under athletes in the country will be ending their short course seasons with a bang at Far Westerns in Pleasanton, California. As the long course season approaches, we expect to see some fast times coming out of what is likely going to be the final taper meet of the year for these athletes. 


FloGrappling


Fight To Win Pro 29 - March 31


DJ Jackson takes on challenger Vinicius Agodo in the main event of Fight To Win Pro 29. Tune in for 25+ gi and no-gi super fights. Action begins at 6pm CST. 


Milesplit


Mobile Challenge of Champions - March 31-April 1


The Alabama track season takes a big step forward this season with the state's top athletes facing off against elite competitors from across the southeast. National record holder Trey Cunningham will continue his hot start to 2017 and looks to move up the rankings in the 300H. 


FloRugby


Major Rugby Championship: Austin Huns vs. Utah Select XV


The Austin Huns are set to kick off against Utah Select XV in what will only be Utah's second match of the MRC season. The Huns look to continue their winning ways as Utah Select XV look for their first win on April 1 at 3:30pm CST. 


 

FLOFILMS


Road To OKC: Florida State (FloSoftball)


The Florida State Seminoles were ranked No.1 for the first time going into the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. We followed the Noles through their heavyweight match-ups against UCLA and Michigan and things got a little heated. Postseason can't come soon enough! WATCH TRAILER | WATCH EPISODE



Michael Porter: Born to Play (FloHoops)


Michael Porter Jr. just wrapped up a perfect senior campaign with No. 1 Nathan Hale. With Porter's recent decision to head home from Washington to attend Mizzou, find out what brought Michael and his family to Seattle in the first place, what they accomplished along the way, and who was there to guide him in Michael Porter Jr.: Born To Play. WATCH TRAILER | WATCH EPISODE


What's The Difference: The Tkatchev Family

You know those skills where the gymnast swings around the high bar, lets go of it, flies impossibly high in the air with her legs perfectly positioned and her toes perfectly pointed and then catches it on the other side? Those are the Tkatchev skills, a family of skills done on the uneven bars with a seemingly exponential number of names and nuances. Here’s the gym-nerd’s guide to knowing your Tkatchev from your Ray, Galante, Ricna and all of the rest of them, because knowing those tiny, tricky differences makes watching gymnastics even more of a delight. 

SEC Gymnastics Preview: Individuals To Watch In 2019

The SEC is known for having the top gymnastics teams in the NCAA, and with that comes some of the top individual gymnasts. Now that the NCAA Championships will only include eight teams instead of 12, some teams that are used to contending and advancing to NCAAs will end up sending only individual gymnasts to the national postseason. Therefore individual competition may be more competitive than ever before, especially in the ultra-competitive SEC.

2019 Cancun Classic Offers Michigan A Chance To Bond, Start Season Strong

The Michigan women’s gymnastics team couldn’t have picked a better way to kick off its 2019 season. The Wolverines will join Iowa State, West Virginia, and Rutgers at the Cancun Classic in Cancun, Mexico, on Jan. 4.

6 Ways For Gymnastics Coaches To Better Prevent Injuries

For any high-performing gymnast, injuries are essentially inevitable. But there are ways that gymnastics coaches can approach their training program — both physical and mental — that can help prevent the injuries that are potentially avoidable, and to create an environment where gymnasts are both safe and empowered. We spoke to some of the country’s top coaches to get their philosophies, their methods, and their strategies.

SEC Gymnastics Preview: Traditional Powers LSU, Alabama, & Florida Reload

As always, the Southeastern Conference is loaded with talent — traditional powerhouses like Florida and LSU, but many more top teams in the nation. This year you'll be able to catch a few of these teams, and much more, right here on FloGymnastics. But before we can start watching the meets, let's dive into each team's standing, who they added and lost, and what may be to come in the 2018-2019 season.

Big Ten Power Michigan Starts Their Gymnastics Season Strong At Exhibition

The University of Michigan Women’s Gymnastics team is usually the team to beat in the Big Ten, and if their exhibition meet on Saturday, December 2, is any indication of how their year will go, this season will be no exception. The team squared off with three other Michigan teams at 2 PM in the Crisler Center, marking the fifth year in a row Michigan has competed against Eastern Michigan for an exhibition meet in this location. The Wolverines competed against Central Michigan as recently as last spring but has not faced off against Western Michigan since 2011.

USA Gymnastics Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

USA Gymnastics has filed a voluntary petition for protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. USAG posted the news in a press release along with a post outlining frequently asked questions.

10 Gymnastics Skills From The Past That Aren't Performed Anymore

In gymnastics, it’s no secret that skills go in and out of style faster than you can say “Tsukahara.” Between upgrades that make simpler skills obsolete, changing trends, and banned skills, gymnastics fans know the skills they love seeing performed today will likely become irrelevant down the road.

5 Of The Most Common Gymnastics Injuries & How Best To Prevent Them

We’ve all heard the horror stories: the pop! from a too-short vault, the head-first crash from a beam dismount, the terrifying falls from a release skill on bars. But the majority of gymnastics injuries — 65–70 percent of them, in fact — aren’t dramatic; they happen from years and years of over-use. 

NCAA Gymnasts To Watch At Elevate The Stage Birmingham

Just over one month is left until the NCAA gymnastics season begins, and teams all over the country will compete weekend after weekend in dual meets, quad meets, and even meets on podium — like Elevate the Stage. The 2019 NCAA season includes two Elevate the Stage events with the final one happening in Birmingham, Alabama.