Simone Biles, Carlos Yulo Make History In Worlds Event Finals

The first day of event finals at the 2019 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships was historic and exciting for both the men and women. Simone Biles continued to set new records as she added to her record-breaking medal haul with vault gold. Carlos Yulo became the first Philippine gymnastics world champion with his win on floor. 

Carlos Yulo becomes first Philippine World champion

After his worlds debut last year, where he earned a bronze medal on floor, Yulo improved his result and his gymnastics to beat veterans for the men's floor world title. His floor routine consisted of lots of clean twisting and landings, reminiscent of the training he does with the Japanese men's gymnasts.

Yulo became the Philippines' first world medalist in gymnastics last year with his bronze on floor, and now he is continuing to make more history for the Philippines in the world of artistic gymnastics. The lone Philippine gymnast competing at worlds earned a 15.300 to win the gold.

Israel's Artem Dolgopyat wasn't far behind the young Filipino with a strong 15.200, giving him his second silver medal on floor. Dolgopyat also won silver on the event in 2017 in Montreal. China's Xiao Ruoteng earned the bronze with a 14.933.

USA dominates women's vault

With two excellent vaults, including a near-stuck Amanar, Simone Biles won her 23rd world gold medal and her third vault title. Biles earned an average of 15.399 to win. U.S. teammate Jade Carey earned silver after two good vaults scored an average of 14.833. Great Britain's Ellie Downie won her first individual world medal with the bronze. Downie had one of the best Cheng vaults in the final and scored an average of 14.816.

Whitlock wins again on pommel horse

Last year in Doha, Great Britain's Max Whitlock was unable to secure his third world gold medal on pommel horse, earning silver after a tiebreak. But he has put himself back on top this year in Stuttgart with an excellent pommel horse routine scoring a 15.500 for the gold medal. 

The pommel horse final was quite exciting, competitive, and close with many high-scoring routines. Lee Chih Kai of Chinese Taipei won the silver medal with a 15.433. The bronze medal went to Rhys McClenaghan of Ireland, who has officially won his first world medal with a score of 15.400. McClenaghan is the first Irish gymnast to qualify to a world event final and has officially qualified to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with his podium finish.

Derwael defends uneven bars title

After a close uneven bars final that came down to the final routine, Belgium's Nina Derwael successfully defended her worlds uneven bars title with a 15.233. All three bars medalists hit routines full of great connections as the silver medal went to Great Britain's Becky Downie with a 15.000 and the bronze went to USA's Sunisa Lee with a 14.800. 

Still rings medalists qualify to Tokyo

As the world championships the year before the Olympics, Stuttgart 2019 has Olympic berths on the line, and all three still rings medalists punched their tickets to the Tokyo Olympics by placing on the event as none of the men are from countries who qualified a team during the meet.

The still rings final was another nail biter. Turkey's Ibrahim Colak won the gold with a 14.933, giving him his first and his country's first world medal. Earning silver with a 14.900 was Italy's Marco Lodadio. France's Samir Ait Said scored a 14.800 for the bronze, also winning his first world medal.

Jesolo, Gymnix Spots On The Line For Gymnasts Invited To USAG February Camp

The new USA Gymnastics training facility in Indianapolis will serve as host for a second national team training camp from Feb. 29 to March 3. Thirty gymnasts and their personal coaches have been invited to attend, and the significance of the long weekend varies depending on the gymnast's next competition.

Big Ten Weekly Notebook: A Big Week On And Off The Competition Floor

Week 8 of the gymnastics season featured the Big Fives meets for women's gymnastics teams in the Big Ten. Let’s check out the highlights from the weekend both gymnastically and what some programs have been up to behind the scenes. 

Michigan Wins Regular Season Big Ten Title At Elevate The Stage

It was an electric weekend in Toledo as the Big Ten regular-season champion was crowned, career highs were set, and teams got to experience podium equipment, some for the first time this season. 

Big Ten Weekly Notebook: Significant Results Roll In Before Elevate

Hey everyone! It was the final weekend of conference matchups leading into the Big Five meet this weekend in Toledo, Ohio. Check out the action from this weekend below. 

Big Ten Gets Ready To Crown Regular-Season Champion At Elevate The Stage

Welcome to a really B1G week (pun intended)! The Big Ten's women's gymnastics teams are headed to Toledo this weekend for Elevate the Stage, where the regular-season conference champion will be crowned.

Elevate The Stage & WCGA Promote Gymnastics Growth

The Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association has gathered champion coaches and supporters to create the Collegiate Gymnastics Growth Initiative (CGGI). This initiative aims to educate administrators, donors, and alumni of various universities about the importance of sponsoring a new gymnastics program at all three divisions of collegiate sports. The group also works to energize the general public and gymnastics community about new gymnastics opportunities, trends, and ways to be involved with the sport and its collegiate programs.

Katherine Uchida & Christina Savchenko Dominate Elite Canada RG

Katherine Uchida and Christina Savchenko of Jusco RGC were victorious at 2020 Elite Canada RG, winning the senior and junior all-around titles, respectively, in addition to multiple apparatus medals. While Uchida and Savchenko were dominant at the meet, they are just two gymnasts who competed must-watch routines at the meet.

After A Whirlwind Season Start, Minnesota Hopes To Score Big At Elevate

Minnesota just wanted to be ranked in the top 20 this season. 

Big Night For LSU & Its Star Kiya Johnson At GymQuarters Invitational

The LSU women's gymnastics team could not have asked for a better Valentine’s Day. Competing in St. Charles, Missouri, at the 2020 GymQuarters Invitational, the Tigers went 24-for-24 and set a new season-high with a team score of 197.875, good for first place by a full 1.250 points.

LSU Tigers Climb the Mountain at GymQuarters Invitational

St. Charles, Missouri, is mostly flat prairie with fertile soil, rivers, and streams, but you wouldn’t know that by the attitude of the LSU Tigers, treating the terrain as a mountain to climb. The Show Me State is the location of the GymQuarters Invitational, a meet that includes seven NCAA teams, in two different sessions. The event is coming up this weekend and will be streamed live on FloGymnastics.