What To Watch On FloGymnastics This Weekend: March 22-24

With NCGA gymnasts competing at championships this weekend and other parts of the gymnastics world heating up, FloGymnastics has many competitions this weekend for you to enjoy. Here are the four big competitions we are streaming this weekend—try not to get whiplash attempting to watch them all!

For PRO users located in Canada, the 2019 DOHA Apparatus World Cup is sure to be exciting. Part of the 2019 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup Series, Doha comes after stops in Melbourne, Greensboro, Baku and Stuttgart earlier this year for both men’s and women’s senior competitors. Gymnasts in attendance will include Jade Cary of Team USA, who won gold medals in vault and floor at the AGF Trophy world cup event in Baku, Azerbaijan, earlier this month.

The best teams from the National Collegiate Gymnastics Association (NCGA) will compete at the 2019 NCGA National Championships this weekend in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Coming to the Kolf Sports Center will be three teams from the East Region and three teams from the West, each which placed top three in the regional championships.

The West Region is bringing UW-Stout, which placed first; UW-Oshkosh, which placed second but has a good chance of doing well as they are hosting; and UW-Whitewater, which placed third at regionals but historically shines at nationals. The East boasts Brockport, Ithaca and Cortland. 

There is also an individual competition where student-athletes who qualified on their own will compete. Gustavus Adolphus has Amanda Malo, Samantha Ardy and Brooke Merila competing in the all-around for the West, and in the East, Springfield is sending Jess Clemens, while Allie DiBiase and Miranda Murphy will represent Rhode Island College in the all-around.

Men’s gymnastics hits the FloGymnastics spotlight this weekend, when Penn State and Iowa compete at Minnesota, starting at 2 p.m. CT. Penn State men’s gymnastics is 6-1 overall this season, coming in strong to this competition and boasting a 407.800 at their most recent meet. Iowa has won its last three meets after a bit of a tough start to the season, and Minnesota is generally a top team. Tune in this weekend to see these three teams in a tri meet hosted by the Golden Gophers, the final competition for each of the teams before Big Ten Championships next week. 

The 2019 Birmingham World Cup is also this weekend, livestreamed on FloGymnastics on Saturday. Nine female and nine male gymnasts from eight different countries plan to compete in this leg of the FIG World Cup Series, the same weekend as the Doha World Cup. This event will be located at Birmingham’s Genting Arena and these eight nations will continue to compete to be crowned as a World Cup winner.

No matter what you choose to watch this weekend, there is plenty of great gymnastics to be seen this weekend!

World Champions Lead Field At Khabarovsk T&T World Cup

Many reigning world champions and world medalists in both trampoline and tumbling are set to compete at this year's penultimate FIG T&T World Cup in Khabarovsk, Russia, Sept. 22-24. In fact, almost all reigning world gold medalists will be in Khabarovsk this weekend, so they will surely be ones to watch.

Sophie Marois & Ana Derek Ones To Watch At Guimaraes World Challenge Cup

The 2019 Guimarães World Challenge Cup will run from Sept. 19 until Sept. 22. This four-day competition is set in Portugal and will stream on FloGymnastics for PRO members based in Canada during the two final days of competition.

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.

15 Invited To U.S. Women's World Championships Selection Camp

Press release via USA Gymnastics

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

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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.