The Vault: Elizabeth Price Is An Amazing Gymnast, Also Hates Whipped Cream

Stanford Athletics

Everybody knows — everybody here, at least! — what an incredible gymnast Elizabeth Price is, both now at Stanford and in her decorated career as an elite gymnast. Price’s accolades are impressive to say the least: medals in Stuttgart, medals in Glasgow, medals at the Pacific Rim Championships. Since retiring from elite gymnastics, she hasn’t slowed down, earning multiple NCAA All-American honors as well as the 2015 national title on vault.

But did you know that Price hates whipped cream? That she loves Marvel’s Avengers? And that Nicki Minaj is favorite musical artist?

FloGymnastics has followed Price for years, and that’s exactly what we try to do: take you beyond the competition floor and into the lives, dedication, and individuality of these amazing gymnasts.

Price is set to compete yet again this weekend at Elevate the Stage in Augusta, Georgia — which you can watch LIVE right here on FloGymnastics. She’ll be with her Stanford team competing alongside Nebraska, Georgia, and Illinois. But before we see her routines for the Cardinal, let’s take a look back in the gymnastics vault.

1. Not Quite 20 Questions | 2012

Former FloGymnastics (then Gymnastike) editor Anne Phillips caught up with Price a few weeks before the 2012 London Olympics, where Price was an alternate. In a crowded, bustling room, they chatted about, well, everything: Justin Bieber, going to the movies with her friends and family, and playing lacrosse with her brother.

[Not Quite] Twenty Questions with Elizabeth Price


2. Workout Insider With Parkettes | 2013

Parkettes in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has helped produce some of the country’s gymnasts for a long time. In this video, FloGymnastics takes an in-depth at some of the workouts Parkettes uses for its level 8 to elite gymnasts. This shoot took place post-Olympics for Price, who was still an elite, and showcases some of her skills in multiple events.

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Workout Insider: Parkettes


3. Going To School: A Perfect 10 | 2018

This video comes to us courtesy of All Things Gymnastics by Cordelia Price, and shows us a little bit more recent history. Price earned her first career 10.0 on uneven bars in this perfect routine at the NorCal Classic in Stanford, California, on January 8. Not a bad way to open your senior season, huh?

As the NCAA season wraps up, Price is still a gymnast to keep an eye on — she’s one of the top collegiate gymnasts in the country.

Don’t forget to tune in to Elevate the Stage this weekend and catch Price LIVE on FloGymnastics; we’ll be on-site in Augusta, Georgia, with all the action.

Event Finals Qualifiers - 2018 Junior Pan American Championships

Christy Ann Linder

Below are the gymnasts who qualified for the individual event finals at the 2018 Junior Pan American Championships, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The finals will be held Friday, June 15. The top eight gymnasts on each event, with a maximum of two gymnasts per country, qualify for event finals. 

USA, Bowers Strike Gold At 2018 Junior Pan Am Championships

USA Gymnastics

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2019 Nastia Liukin Cup Series Qualifying Meets Announced

Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

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Wong, Bowers Lead Top USA Junior Women In The 2018 Pan American Champs

Christy Ann Linder

The 2018 Junior Pan American Championships takes place this week, with competition starting on June 13 and concluding on June 15 in Buenos Aires. The event includes a team final, all-around final, and event finals for both the men and women. Team USA is sending top juniors Jordan Bowers, JaFree Scott, Tori Tatum, and Leanne Wong. 

Team USA Set For Junior Pan American Championships

Team USA is set to compete at the Junior Pan American Championships this week in Buenos Aires. The men's and women's competition will be held June 13-15 and consists of a team competition as well as individual all-around and event competitions.

A New Mentality For Kyla Ross In UCLA's Title-Winning Season

Kyla Ross has competed on some of the biggest stages in elite gymnastics—the Olympic Games in London, the World Championships in Belgium and China. She was a two-time world all-around medalist and was the silver medalist at back-to-back national championships.

Opinion: The Engaged, Strategic Leadership That USA Gymnastics Needs

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For over a year now, USA Gymnastics has been operating in a state of turmoil from the backlash of Larry Nassar’s horrific crimes. What started as the largest sex abuse scandal in sports history has evolved to show major flaws in the way that the national governing body for gymnastics is run. They have been through a wave of resignations at the highest levels: the president of USAG, the national team coordinator, and the senior vice president of the Women’s Program, to name a few. 

Utah To Host 2018 American Classic And Hopes Classic

Press release below via USA Gymnastics.

More Difficulty Leads To Consistency For Nebraska's Sienna Crouse

Nebraska Athletics

Sienna Crouse’s favorite event is vault.

Most Difficulty In The 2018 NCAA Super Six: Vault Edition

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In our fourth and final installment on the most difficulty in the 2018 NCAA Super Six, we are taking a look at vault. Specifically, we're analyzing which teams had the most 10.0 start value vaults. In 2016, the Yurchenko full was devalued to a 9.95 start value, and many teams since then have reacted by upping the difficulty of the vaults their gymnasts compete. We have seen more Yurchenko 1.5s and even Yurchenko doubles.