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.

Oklahoma Caps Incredible Season With An NCAA Title

In the inaugural Four on the Floor final of the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, the Oklahoma Sooners won the team title and are back on top after scoring a huge 198.3375. The LSU Tigers had another runner-up finish and earned their highest NCAA Championship score with a 197.8250 ahead of last year's champion UCLA Bruins, who were in third with a 197.5375. The Denver Pioneers concluded their season with a fourth-place finish, their best ever final ranking in program history, with a 197.0000.

UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals

After placing in the top two in their respective semifinals, UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma, and Denver have qualified to the first Four on the Floor NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship final. In semifinal I, UCLA finished in first with a 197.6750, and LSU finished in second with a 197.5125. In semifinal II, Oklahoma won with a 197.8500 while Denver came in second with a 197.0375.

Individual All-Around Competitors At 2019 NCAAs

While the full teams duke it out for the NCAA team championship this weekend, gymnasts will be competing individually for event titles as well—including for the all-around. 

Title Or Bust For No. 1-Ranked Oklahoma Women

When the 2019 season began, the Oklahoma women’s  gymnastics team found itself ranked No. 2 in the nation. After losing out to UCLA in the 2018 championships, the ranking seemed to be a good reminder of what the Sooners missed out on.

Fueled By 2018 Letdown, Oregon State Makes It To NCAA Championships

Coach Tanya Chaplin remembers the moment well. With her Oregon State squad on the verge of making it to the 2018 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, the unthinkable happened.

UCLA Looking For A Repeat In Legendary Coach's Final Meet

Even if you’re not a gymnastics fan, you’ve probably had some sort of exposure to the UCLA gymnastics team. You may have seen Katelyn Ohashi moonwalking and split-jumping to Michael Jackson in her viral floor routine. You may have seen Kyla Ross win the team gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics, or Madison Kocian win the team gold and the bars silver medal in Rio. And you may know that the Bruins are the reigning national champions, which they won by 0.0375 last year in one of the greatest moments in sports history.

Never Satisfied, Oklahoma Men Strive For Fifth Consecutive National Title

NORMAN, Okla. — Yul Moldauer’s resume speaks for itself. The Oklahoma senior is a 15-time All-American and owner of seven individual national championships. Those are just a few of the honors and accolades the Colorado native has amassed in his time with the Sooners.

Morgan Hurd, Sam Mikulak Win Tokyo World Cup

On Sunday (late Saturday evening in the U.S.), gymnasts competed in another FIG World Cup, this time in Tokyo, Japan. There was both a women’s and men’s competition, and both meets showed talent from a range of countries. 

Denver & Oregon State Earn Upset Bids To NCAA Championships

On the last night of regionals anything can happen, and Saturday’s action at the Corvallis regional finals proved that. No. 4 Florida, No. 5 Denver, No. 12 Boise State, and No. 15 Oregon State matched up in the final evening of competition, but only two could move on to the NCAA Championships.

UCLA & Michigan Qualify To NCAA Championships

Finishing in the top two in the final round of competition at the Ann Arbor NCAA women's gymnastics regional championship, reigning national champion UCLA and reigning Big Ten champion Michigan have qualified for nationals.