Jade Carey To Represent USA At 2018 Turnier der Meister World Cup

Jade Carey, Trevor Howard, and Marvin Kimble have been selected to represent the U.S. at the Turnier der Meister World Cup in Cottbus, Germany, Nov. 22-25, 2018.

The nominative roster is packed with a number of exciting international gymnasts including many of the 2018 World Championship competitors. World medalists on the roster include uneven bar champion Nina Derwael and high bar champion Epke Zonderland. 

This World Cup is an individual event competition that is part of the International Gymnastics Federation's World Cup series. The qualification sessions will be held the 22nd and 23rd where the top 8 gymnasts on each event, with a maximum of two per country, will advance to the finals, which will be held on the 24th and 25th.

Carey, a world silver medalist on vault and floor, is scheduled to compete all four events in qualifications. 

According to USAG, U.S.-based fans can watch same-day coverage of the finals on the Olympic Channel and its website at 9 p.m. ET on Nov 24 and Nov 25.

View the complete nominative roster for the World Cup below via the FIG. Nominative rosters are subject to change.

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