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.

Enter here for the chance to win a pair of tickets to watch the event in person at Anaheim Arena in Anaheim, California.

Collegiate powerhouses in attendance include three of the top four from the 2019 National Championship, including the 2019 National Champions: University of Oklahoma, 2019 Pac-12 Champions: UCLA, and 2019 NCAA Final Four: University of Denver. Also competing are University of California – Berkeley, Stanford University, Arizona State University, Penn State and Auburn University.

Can't make it to Anaheim? We've got you covered! We will be providing exclusive live and archived coverage of both sessions of the NCAA competition, as well as coverage of the California Grand club competition.

Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020

1 p.m. Session One: Denver, Auburn, Penn State, Arizona State

6:30 p.m. Session Two: Oklahoma, UCLA, Cal Berkeley, Stanford

Location

Anaheim Arena at Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim, Calif. 92802

Live Stream

FloGymnastics will be live streaming both sessions of the Collegiate Challenge. Full session replays and individual routine videos will be archived and available on the site. Our live stream will include a video feed of every apparatus, as well as a highlight feed with commentary. 

Tickets

Purchase tickets to the NCAA competition here.

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