First Looks At Jesolo 2018 - Training Day 1

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Team Canada, Brazil, and the individuals from the U.S. are finishing up their training at the City of Jesolo Trophy 2018, and we're posting the videos from all four events. We will continue to post training videos today and throughout the week and will be streaming the competition LIVE this Saturday and Sunday, April 14-15. Check out all of the training videos from today below.

USA Training

Vault

Grace McCallum - Yurckenko Double Full

Ragan Smith - Yurchenko Warmup

Emma Malabuyo - Yurchenko Full

Sydney Barros - Yurchenko Full

Tori Tatum - Yurchenko Full

Olivia Dunne - Yurckenko Full


Bars

Alyona Schennikova - Second half routine showing NEW dismount!

Alyona Schennikova - Second half routine connected

Alyona Schennikova - Routine with timer dismount

Olivia Dunne - Stalder to Shaposh, Pak, Maloney 

Adeline Kenlin - Stuck Dismount!

Adeline Kenlin - Maloney 1/2 sequence to dismount

Tori Tatum - Piked Jaeger to Dismount

Sydney Barros - First half routine

Sydney Barros - Jaeger sequence to full-twisting double lay dismount

Ragan Smith - 2nd half (stalder Tkatchev to Pak; dismount)

Grace McCallum -Sequence (Maloney 1/2 To Stuck Dismount)

Grace McCallum - Opening Sequence (Weiler 1/2 to stalder Shaposh to Tkatchev; Pak)

Emma Malabuyo - Opening Sequence (piked stalder full to Komova II to Pak)


Beam

Olivia Dunne - Routine with timer dismount

Adeline Kenlin - Full Routine

Alyona Schennikova - Partial beam set (flight series, front aerial to split to handspring, Onodi, leap series, side somi, timer dism)

Emma Malabuyo - Skills (flight series, standing Arabian)


Floor

Adeline Kenlin - Dance Through

Alyona Schennikova - Dance through

Olivia Dunne - Dance through

Brazil

Full Team Warmup

Bars

Jade Barbosa - Stalder Tkatchev to Pak; Dismount

Carolyne Pedro - Shaposh to Pak; Maloney to bail; Jaeger

Luiza Dominguez - Routine

Beam 

Carolyne Pedro - Routine with timer dismount

Jade Barbosa - Routine with timer dismount

Flavia Saraiva - Routine with timer dismount

Bezerra Christal - 2nd Half Routine with Timer Dismount

Silva Luiza Helena - 2nd Half Routine with Timer Dismount

Silva Luiza Helena - Flight (Hand, hand, layout)

Floor

Flavia Saraiva - Front 1.5 to front full, whip double tuck

Flavia Saraiva - Dance Through

Carolyne Pedro - Dance Through

Luiza Domingues - Dance Through


Canada

Bars

Jenna Sartoretto - Bar set

Quinn Skrupa - Partial set with stalder to Tkatchev

Mia St. Pierre - Big Ray release

Lucia Jakab - Double front dismount

Laurie-Lou Veniza - Bar set with timer dismount

Beam 

Laurie-Lou Veniza - Dance and single skills, timer series

Floor

Laurie-Lou Veniza - Dance Through


Region 3 Takes Sixth-Consecutive Elite Team Cup Titles Led By Asher Hong

2021 Elite Team Cup: Region 3

INDIANAPOLIS, February 27, 2021 – Piloted by all-around champion Asher Hong of Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics, Region 3 continued its Elite Team Cup dominance capturing its sixth title in as many years. Hong earned an 80.700 to lead all competitors. Fellow Junior National Team members Kai Uemura (Region 5) of Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics (77.450) and Vahe Petrosyan (Region 1) of Van Nuys, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA (77.250) rounded out the top 3 all-around athletes.

Jordan Chiles Leads 2021 Winter Cup Senior Women's All-Around After Day 1

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INDIANAPOLIS, February 27, 2021 – Jordan Chiles of Vancouver, Wash./World Champions Centre was dominant during day one of the 2021 Winter Cup senior women’s all-around competition Saturday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. An additional six senior gymnasts are slated to compete during tomorrow’s junior session, and their scores will be combined with the results from today’s competition.

2021 Nastia Liukin Cup Photo Gallery

2021 Nastia Liukin Cup

Find the 2021 Nastia Liukin Cup photo gallery taken by photographer Marc Lebryk from USA TODAY Sports.

Cameron Bock Takes 2021 Winter Cup Men's All-Around Title

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INDIANAPOLIS - Feb. 26, 2021 - Cameron Bock of Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan, topped a field of 27 competitors to claim the 2021 Winter Cup men’s all-around title Friday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Bock, who is in his senior season with the Wolverines, earned an 84.150 and finished nearly a full point ahead of runner-up Riley Loos of El Dorado Hills, Calif/Stanford University (83.250). World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, rounded out the top three, posting an 82.600 on the night.

Smith & Zhou Take 2021 Nastia Liukin Cup Senior And Junior Titles

2021 Nastia Liukin Cup Winners

INDIANAPOLIS, February 26, 2021 – Leah Smith of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, and Alicia Zhou of San Antonio, Texas/Love Gymnastics, took home the senior and junior titles, respectively, at this year’s Nastia Liukin Cup. Held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, the Nastia Liukin Cup kicked off a packed 2021 Winter Cup weekend, that also includes the Elite Team Cup.

USAG To Utilize RealResponse Platform To Gather Athlete Feedback

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INDIANAPOLIS, February 24, 2021 – USA Gymnastics has engaged RealResponse, a web-based communications platform, to provide National Team members and elite-track athletes from all disciplines an easy-to-use communications tool to instantly share anonymous feedback and other critical information with the organization.

Top Level 10 Gymnasts To Watch At The 2021 Nastia Liukin Cup

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The Nastia Liukin Cup (NLC) will kick off on Feb. 26, 2021, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. In its eighth year, the NLC continues to draw the top 18 Senior and Junior Level 10 gymnasts around the country. 

Winter Cup Kicks Off USA Gymnastics' 2021 Premier Events Season

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INDIANAPOLIS, February 22, 2021 – Gymnastics will return to the national stage after a nearly yearlong hiatus, as USA Gymnastics’ 2021 premier event season kicks off this weekend in Indianapolis. The 2021 Winter Cup will take place without spectators Feb. 26-28 at the Indiana Convention Center, marking the start of a busy international competition season that includes the Tokyo Olympic Games in late summer and Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in October.  

Men's Preview: What To Watch For At 2021 Winter Cup

Men's Winter Cup

Though it is now expanding to include women’s artistic gymnastics, the Winter Cup has always been a men’s competition, and the 2021 field is shaping up to be a fun one! Held in Indianapolis, Indiana, the meet takes place February 26th-28th and has both a senior and junior competition.

Women's Preview: What To Watch For At 2021 Winter Cup

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The 2021 Winter Cup takes place in Indianapolis, Indiana from February 26th-28th and is expanding this year. Previously only a men’s artistic competition, the Winter Cup now includes women’s artistic gymnastics as well, with both a junior and senior competition in each.