This Weekend On FloGymnastics: Jan. 18-19, 2019

We're already into the third week of the 2019 season, and this weekend you can watch four live events on FloGymnastics.

Tampa Bay Turners Invitational - Jan. 18-19

We're back in sunny Florida for the 2019 Tampa Bay Turners Invitational! This year we will be live streaming all level 10, level 9, and level 8 sessions! Top teams joining the host Tampa Bay Turners include LaFleur's, DeVeau's, GymStars, US Gold, and GTC. View the schedule here and tune in live on Friday and Saturday.

Lady Luck Invitational - Jan. 19

Top gyms head to Las Vegas to test their luck! International elite Sienna Robinson from host gym Brown's and elite Carina Jordan from World Champions Centre will both be competing in the open session! Other top gyms competing include Dream Xtreme, Gliders, Dynamo, Paramount Elite, San Mateo, TIGAR, All-American, IGI, 5280, and Desert Devils. We'll be streaming all level 9 and level 10/Open sessions; watch live on Saturday, Jan. 19. View the schedule here, roster here, and 5 gymnasts to watch here.

Maryland at Illinois - Jan. 19

It's bound to be an exciting competition with closely ranked Big Ten rivals Maryland and Illinois. This week, Illinois is ranked No. 36 and Maryland No. 37. Illinois started their season on the road with a 192.85 but returned home the next week to post a 195.175. Maryland opened their season last week at home posting a 193.85. Gymnasts to watch include Maryland's Audrey Barber and Alecia Farina, and Illinois' Nicole Biondi and Kylie Noonan. Watch live on Saturday at 2pm CT.

Minnesota at Iowa - Jan. 19

Another Big Ten dual meet features No. 25 Minnesota at No. 38 Iowa. Minnesota has competed twice and just last weekend at home they posted an impressive 195.6. Iowa already has three meets under their belt, with their highest team score coming at home for a 194.7. Gymnasts to watch include Minnesota's Ivy Lu and Lexy Ramler, and Iowa's Charlotte Sullivan and Clair Kaji. Watch live on Saturday at 4pm CT.

Cali Grand Invitational: Who Will Challenge Oklahoma At Season-Opener?

In recent history, Oklahoma has been the powerhouse team of the NCAA, winning four of the past six team titles. Most notably, the Sooners win this past year showed the NCAA that they are THE team to beat in 2020. 

Everything You Need To Know: 2020 California Grand & Collegiate Challenge

The California Grand Invitational and Collegiate Challenge is coming up, and this huge club and college competition is a great way to kick off the 2020 NCAA season and showcase many talented level 10 competitors. This meet will take place in Anaheim, California, at the Anaheim Convention Center. The venue is recently renovated and is sure to be a gorgeous spot to host this huge event. 

Rookie Coaches Bring Fresh Ideas To NCAA Gymnastics

Last week, we brought you reflections from some of the most veteran coaches in NCAA gymnastics. 

Maggie Nichols Leads Oklahoma Gymnastics Into 2020 Season

The 2020 NCAA season is less than a month away, and eight teams, including the reigning national champion Oklahoma Sooners, will begin their season at the California Grand Invitational & Collegiate Challenge.

5 Reasons To Watch The 2020 Cali Grand Invitational & Collegiate Challenge

The NCAA gymnastics season is coming up, and we could not be more excited! First up is the Cali Grand Invitational and Collegiate Challenge, featuring eight NCAA teams alongside level 10 club gymnasts. The competition will be held Jan. 3-5, with the NCAA teams competing Jan. 4.

Everything You Need To Know About Robot Judges Used At Worlds

With all the history made at World Championships 2019, it was easy to miss perhaps the biggest news of all: this was the first competition that included the use of artificial intelligence and 3D sensors, “robot judges” if you will, as an additional judging tool.

Veteran NCAA Gymnastics Coaches Reflect On Past, Present & Future

The 2020 NCAA gym season is stacked with talent, and not just from the athletes.

Philippine Gymnasts Prep For SEA Games Pressure

When Carlos Yulo made history for the Philippines by winning bronze on floor at the 2018 World Championships in Doha—his country's first world medal in gymnastics—he raised the bar. When he made history for the Philippines by winning gold on floor at the 2019 World Championships in Stuttgart―his country's first world title in gymnastics―he raised the bar even higher. 

2020 Collegiate Challenge Ticket Giveaway

FloGymnastics will be be kicking off the 2020 NCAA gymnastics season at the Collegiate Challenge on Jan. 4 and we're giving away tickets to watch the event in person! We will also be providing exclusive coverage of the competition including a live stream and video replays.

Who Are The Young Gymnasts Who Earned Bronze For Italy?

During last month’s 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, the U.S. won gold and Russia silver, but it was Italy, winners of the bronze medal, that captured hearts in Stuttgart and around the world.