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.

Gymnasts & Groups To Watch At The Minsk Rhythmic World Challenge Cup

The 2019 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup series continues in Minsk, Bulgaria, from Aug. 16-18. Gymnasts from more than 30 countries will be competing for medals in individual and group events, but the top gymnasts to watch are from Europe and include three Olympic hopefuls.

Simone Biles Continued To Create History At US Championships

Just 48 hours after being the first woman to land a double double off the balance beam, Simone Biles continued to write history on the second day of competition at the U.S. Championships. 

Sam Mikulak Wins Sixth National All-Around Title

After 12 hit routines, Sam Mikulak won his sixth national championship with a two-day all-around score of 174.150, in addition to a whopping four of six possible event titles. Mikulak won floor exercise, pommel horse, parallel bars, and high bar. 

The Untouchable Simone Biles

The other day I was talking to a good friend and former teammate of mine about Simone Biles. The 22-year-old gymnast came up because two weeks ago, as you no doubt have heard by now, while warming up at the U.S. Classic, Biles threw a new skill on floor, a triple-twisting double tuck. 

Simone Biles' Beam Dismount Highlights US Champs Day 1

The senior women put on a roller coaster of a meet on the first night of the 2019 U.S. Championships. There were historical moments, rough falls, and everything else in between. Not many people could have guessed which gymnasts would be sitting in the top five heading into the second day of competition. Here’s how it all went down. 

High-Stakes US Championships About To Begin

U.S. Championships starts this Friday, and the elite gymnastics world is heating up for this meet. Fresh off the U.S. Classic and Pan American Games, many of this country’s elite gymnasts are amping up their routines to compete at Championships. 

6 Times Simone Biles Broke The Internet

Thanks to her incredible athleticism and domination in the sport of gymnastics, Simone Biles is now a household name in the United States and around the world. 

Suspenseful Event Finals Close Out 2019 Pan American Games

Five events were featured in the final day of competition at the 2019 Pan American Games and the skills and routines did not disappoint. 

USA Adds Four Medals In First Event Finals Of Pan Am Games

The first day of event finals at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, saw medalists from eight countries in the men's floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, women's vault, and uneven bars. Team USA led Tuesday's medal count with four, followed by Canada with three, while Brazil and Colombia each won two medals.

Ellie Black, Caio Souza Top Pan American Games All-Around Podiums

Canadian superstar Ellie Black successfully defended her 2015 Pan American Games all-around title as she finished ahead of silver medalist Riley McCusker and bronze medalist Flavia Saraiva of Brazil in the 2019 Pan American Games women's all-around competition in Lima, Peru. On the men's side, Brazil and Canada dominated as Caio Souza won the title and teammate Arthur Mariano took silver ahead of Canadian Cory Paterson.