ROSTER: June Women's National Team Training Camp

Release via USA Gymnastics

HUNTSVILLE, Texas, June 2, 2017 - The June women's national team camp begins tomorrow at the USA Gymnastics National Team Training Center, an official U.S. Olympic Training Site. National team coordinator Valeri Liukin will lead the five-day camp. 

The camp will begin with physical abilities testing, followed by verifications on all four apparatus. As members of the U.S. national team prepare for this summer's competitions, including the P&G Gymnastics Championships, scheduled for August 17-20 in Anaheim, Calif., the focus of the camp will be to finalize routine construction, improve technical execution of skills and exactness of dance elements. 

2016 Olympic team replacement athletes Ragan Smith and Ashton Locklear are participating in the camp. 

The complete roster is listed below.


Shania Adams, Buckeye
Elena Arenas, Georgia Elite
Jade Carey, Oasis
Jordan Chiles, Naydenov
Christina Desiderio, Parkettes
Olivia Dunne, ENA Paramus
Frida Esparza, Head Over Heels
Norah Flatley, Chow's
Margzetta Frazier, Parkettes
Emily Gaskins, Cincinnati
Madeleine Johnston, Hill's
Shilese Jones, Buckeye
Adeline Kenlin, Iowa Gym-Nest
Eliana Lazzari, GymNasti
Sunisa Lee, Midwest Gymnastics
Lauren Little, Everest
Ashton Locklear, Everest
Emma Malabuyo, Texas Dreams
Jay Marshall, TIGAR
Konnor McClain, Revolution
Victoria Nguyen, Chow's 
Maile O'Keefe, Salcianu Elite
Gabby Perea, Legacy Elite
Anya Pilgrim, Hill's
Alyona Shchennikova, 5280 Gymnastics
Ragan Smith, Texas Dreams
Deanne Soza, Texas Dreams
Trinity Thomas, Prestige

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