LIVE This Weekend On FloGymnastics: January 5-7, 2018


The 2018 competition season has finally arrived! 

To kick off the year, we've got five live events this weekend, January 5-7.

2018 Atlanta Crown Invitational - January 6

The Atlanta Crown Invitational is one of the biggest and best competitions held the first weekend of January to kick off the 2018 season for most athletes. The 2018 Atlanta Crown marks the 26th anniversary of the competition. Top teams in attendance this year include Everest, American Twisters, Southeastern, Head Over Heels, and High Point and the competition serves as a Nastia Liukin Cup qualifier. 

We will be streaming all level 9 and level 10 sessions on Saturday, January 6.

2018 Alamo Classic - January 5-6

The Alamo Classic is another top competition marking the start of the 2018 season. Top competing clubs include Aerial Athletics, Metroplex, Capital, and Arizona Sunrays.

We will be streaming all level 9 and level 10 sessions on Friday, January 5, as well as the Fiesta Jam finals session on Saturday, January 6.

Bowling Green at Michigan State - January 5

This dual meet between the Spartans and Falcons marks the first official competition for both teams. The teams are evenly matched (Michigan State finished 40th and Bowling Green 46th in 2017) but with a new team and new season, either could come out on top. This will be Mike Rowe's first meet as MSU head coach.

Competition begins at 6 PM EST.

Minnesota Women's Alumni Meet- January 6

The women's team will be holding their final exhibition before the 2018 season. Get a look at the team before they host a quad meet at home, January 13.

Competition begins at 6:30 PM CST.

Minnesota Men's Alumni Meet- January 6

The men's team will also be holding their final exhibition before they travel for their first official meet on January 13.

Competition begins at 1 PM CST.

See our full 2018 event schedule here. All PRO members have access to our live events, original documentaries, and training and technique videos.

From MyKayla Skinner To Kaitlyn Schou, 5 Stellar Week Three Routines

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The third week of the NCAA season kicks off on Friday with a heavy schedule as Denver and Boise State clash in a quad meet. Meanwhile, SEC and Pac-12 action continues with a young Kentucky squad taking on an experienced Florida team, and Oregon State travels to Utah. On Saturday the action continues as Arizona State meets Stanford in a battle of two programs in the midst of rebuilding after a disappointing 2017 season.

101 Expected To Read Victim Statements At Larry Nassar Sentencing

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Editor's note: The following article contains sensitive information and may not be appropriate for certain readers.

USA Gymnastics Says It Will Not Seek Money From McKayla Maroney

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Editor's note: The following article contains sensitive information and may not be appropriate for certain readers.

Six Gymnasts Added To Field For 2018 Nastia Liukin Cup

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Press release below via USA Gymnastics.

Oklahoma, Maggie Nichols Shine in Season-Opening Win At Georgia

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The defending national champion Oklahoma Sooners and star Maggie Nichols opened their season on the road in Athens, Georgia, in front of a sell-out Bulldog crowd. It was the second meet in four days for the GymDogs, who struggled in their opener against Alabama. 

Simone Biles Says Larry Nassar Sexually Abused Her

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Today, Simone Biles came forward as another one of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar's victims.

Recapping The Action: Michigan Grabs Top Score, UCLA Wins In Reno

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Week two in the NCAA saw near-perfect-10s, SEC showdowns, and programs on the rise. Catch all the action you missed right here.

Preview: Utah, UCLA, Stanford, And Washington Clash At Elevate The Stage

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The Elevate the Stage college meet kicks off Sunday at 5 PM ET in Reno, Nevada, and will be broadcast LIVE on FloGymnastics. Watch as No. 2 Utah, No. 4 UCLA, Stanford, and Washington face off in a Pac-12 showdown. 

Preview: 2018 Elevate The Stage Club Meet In Reno, Nevada

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The 2018 Reno Elevate the Stage Meet takes place this weekend, with the club competition kicking off on Saturday, January 13. FloGymnastics will be on-site and streaming the competition live with the level 9 and 10 competitors. The level 9 session begins at 10 AM PST and the level 10 competition takes place later that evening at 6:30 PM PST.

NCAA Gymnastics: 5 Routines You Won't Want To Miss In Week Two

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The second week of the NCAA season kicks off on Friday night with a big matchup between LSU and Florida. Big Ten rivals Michigan and Ohio State clash on Saturday, and then it’s a Pac-12 showdown as Stanford, Utah, UCLA, and Washington take to the floor in the Elevate the Stage meet in Reno.