What To Watch On FloGymnastics This Week: Feb. 27 - March 4

This weekend has quite a few gymnastics competitions coming up, and luckily for gym fans, FloGymnastics is streaming many of the big ones. If you’re looking for some gymnastics to watch this weekend, keep reading to find out which meets are streaming live this weekend.

City of Jesolo Trophy

This three-day competition begins on March 1 and goes all the way until March 3. March 1 is an official training day then the international competition begins. For those looking to be sure they don’t miss a single second of this huge meet, FloGymnastics has put together a watch guide to make sure you don’t miss any of your favorites.

If you plan to watch this competition but need to know a few more big names before streaming, check out FloGymnastics’ seniors and juniors to know from other countries, the top countries in the team competition and the in-depth analysis of the junior team. Between juniors, seniors, team and individual competitions, this year’s City of Jesolo Trophy will be a huge meet to watch! 

Denver at Illinois

If NCAA gymnastics is more your style, we have lots of meet options this weekend to check out! The Fighting Illini will take on Denver on Friday, March 1, at their home arena. This Division I matchup will be a heated one, with Illinois coming in with a season high score of 195.650 and Denver approaching with a season high score of 197.725. 

Illinois has three wins and two losses this season so far, along with a third and second place in two different quad meets. The Illini most recently took third of five teams at the Elevate the Stage meet. They achieved their season high at their second-to-last meet, and their last three team scores have all been over 195, showing improvement from the beginning of the season. 

Denver will compete against Illinois in its third dual meet of the season, having won one and lost one previously. The Pioneers have won many multi-team meets, placing first in two separate quad meets, first in two separate tri-meets and second in another quad meet. Tune in to see if Illinois can overthrow Denver at Huff Hall! 

Iowa State at Iowa

These intrastate face off at University of Iowa, which will double as Iowa’s senior night. Watch as these two teams try to win first place! Iowa is 6-3 this season, but most recently won the Big Five meet over Nebraska, Penn State, Maryland and Michigan State. The Hawkeyes scored a 196.450, a new season high, and are entering this dual meet at the peak of their season so far. 

Iowa State began its season at the Cancun Classic, where it placed second in the quad meet. The Cyclones then competed in a series of dual meets, where they won two and lost one. After that, they took second in a quad meet, second in a tri-meet, and third in a tri-meet. Their current season high is 196.700.

Pittsburgh at Minnesota

Pittsburgh has been very successful this season so far, winning three of five dual meets and taking second in a quad meet, third in a quad, second in a tri-meet and third in a tri-meet.

Pittsburgh’s season high is a 195.425, which the Panthers received at their most recent meet, showing a peak in their season. Minnesota has a season high of 196.925, with five wins in dual meets, first and third in two quad meets, and most recently, second in the Big Five meet. Will this be the meet where Minnesota gets a team score over 197.000? Tune in on FloGymnastics this weekend to see!

West Virginia & Temple at Ohio State

On Saturday, tune in to this tri-meet to see West Virginia, Temple and Ohio State battle it out for first place. Temple has only competed in one quad meet this season, losing that one, then competed in four quads and three tri-meets. For quad meets, they have taken first once, third once and fourth twice, and at tri-meets they have placed first once and twice two times. Their season high is a 194.950.

West Virginia has also only competed in one dual meet, losing the one they competed in, and moved on to quad and tri-meets. This season, the Mountaineers have won two quad meets, taken second in a quad and third in a quad. They competed three tri-meets where they took first place and one where they took third. Their season high score is a 196.125. 

Ohio State has the most impressive season high of these three teams, barely edging out West Virginia with a 196.200. They have won four dual meets and lost three this season, before competing in the Big Five meet and taking fifth.

2019 American Cup

If the City of Jesolo Trophy meet isn’t enough excitement, the American Cup is also this weekend! As a very intense United States international invitational and part of the World Cup series, this meet is going to be a big one. Ellie Black from Canada, James Hall of Great Britain, Mai Murakami from Japan, Marcel Nguyen from Germany and Kenzo Shirai from Japan will all be in attendance, along with other elite competitors.

Minnesota & Stanford at Illinois (Men’s) 

A day after Illinois women’s gymnastics competes in Huff Hall, the Illinois men’s team invites Minnesota and Stanford to challenge them on Saturday, March 2, at 2 p.m. Stanford is a clear leader coming into this meet, with a season high of 418.350, compared to Illinois’ 410.450 and Minnesota’s 408.600. 

Bonus: George Washington competes at Maryland on Monday, March 4, streaming live on FloGymnastics! 

France, Russia & Ukraine Top Paris World Challenge Cup

After two days of jam-packed competition at the 2019 FIG Paris World Challenge Cup, Russia led the medal count with six, followed by France and Ukraine. Other countries that earned medals include Croatia, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Hungary, Israel, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan/Chinese Taipei.

Olympians Headline Paris World Challenge Cup

The 2019 FIG Paris World Challenge Cup has a competitive field featuring many Olympians and World Championships medalists from all over the world, meaning there are several talented athletes to watch for at this meet. 

Ukraine Wins 9 Medals At Szombathely World Challenge Cup

More than 10 different countries saw its gymnasts stand atop the medal stand at the 2019 FIG Szombathely World Challenge Cup, but Ukraine led the way, claiming nine medals. Other countries that earned multiple medals include Great Britain, Israel, Japan, host country Hungary, Slovenia, and Spain.

Camilla Feeley Earns USA First WCC Rhythmic Medal Of The Season In Portimao

The fifth and final rhythmic gymnastics World Challenge Cup of the 2019 season is officially over, and the competition was a successful one for many parties. Multiple different countries got gymnasts onto the podium, making it one to remember for fans of many teams.

Portimao Hosts Final Rhythmic World Challenge Cup

The last of five World Challenge Cup rhythmic gymnastics competitions is this weekend. Held in Portimão, Portugal, the fifth and final WCC competition in this series will take place Sept. 6-8. Rhythmic seniors will compete as individuals and groups to see who can top the podiums in this southern beach town.

Gymnasts To Watch At The Szombathely World Challenge Cup

More than 100 gymnasts will be competing in the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Challenge Cup in Szombathely, Hungary, Sept. 6-8. Headlining the men's and women's fields are Olympians Oleg Verniaiev and Roxana Popa, but there are other gymnasts who will be ones to watch and contend for medals.

Home Team Shines At The 2019 Kazan Rhythmic World Challenge Cup

After three days of competition at the Kazan Rhythmic World Challenge Cup, Russia took first place in nearly every single category of competition. Being the host country and historically dominating the podium at rhythmic competitions, Russia was expected to perform well, and they delivered. 

Russia Looks For More Hardware At Kazan Rhythmic World Challenge Cup

The fourth of five competitions in the World Challenge Cup series for rhythmic gymnastics, the 2019 Kazan World Challenge Cup will be filled with tricks and skills sure to dazzle the crowd. Taking place in Kazan, Russia, this competition follows the Cluj Napoca World Challenge Cup of last weekend, and comes before the final competition in Portimão, Portugal. The event is three days long and runs from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1. 

Israel's Linoy Ashram Wins All-Around At Cluj Napoca World Challenge Cup

The weekend wrapped up after three eventful days at the 2019 Cluj Napoca World Challenge Cup. All weekend Romania bustled with beautiful routines and daring moves, and as the competition finished up, some gymnasts and teams came out on top. 

USA A Strong Contender At Cluj Napoca Rhythmic World Challenge Cup

Located in the city of Cluj Napoca, Romania, the Cluj Napoca World Challenge Cup is coming up this weekend! FloGymnastics is live streaming it Aug. 23-25, and the rhythmic competition will be an elegant, beautiful sight to see.