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  1. What's Next For Leanne Wong And Kayla DiCello?

    What's Next For Leanne Wong And Kayla DiCello?

    Dec 3, 2021

    A conversation with Leanne Wong and Kayla DiCello, where they reflect on their Olympics and World experiences, heading to Florida, and more.
  2. Rising Star Charlotte Booth Prepares For Senior Debut

    Rising Star Charlotte Booth Prepares For Senior Debut

    Aug 16, 2021

    The person who’s made the biggest impact on Charlotte Booth’s life happens to be a stranger she met for five minutes at her local pool when she was six.
  3. Victoria Kobelev Learns The Art Of Bouncing Back

    Victoria Kobelev Learns The Art Of Bouncing Back

    Jun 16, 2021

    Victoria Kobelev entered the 2018 USA Gymnastics Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina with high hopes. She was competing for a spot to make the team and had spent many hours preparing for the moment. She felt physically and mentally ready.
  4. Recap: 2021 USAG Men's Development Program National Championships

    Recap: 2021 USAG Men's Development Program National Championships

    May 17, 2021

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., May 16, 2021 – The 2021 USA Gymnastics Development Program National Championships, previously known as the Junior Olympic National Championships, wrapped up Sunday at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Men’s all-around and individual event titles were awarded in Junior Elite and Junior National divisions for Levels 8, 9 and 10. Regional team champions were also named for each division, while Junior National club team championships were awarded by level.
  5. The Best Moments From The 2021 NCAA Division I Gymnastics Championship

    The Best Moments From The 2021 NCAA Division I Gymnastics Championship

    Apr 19, 2021

    The NCAA Championship was an exciting event this year, not the least because it was a comeback season after the 2020 season was canceled. This year’s competition field was incredibly tight, and to add on to the historic nature of this year’s competition, it aired on ESPN live for the first time. Additionally, the winner of this year capped off the historic year, with Michigan winning its first title in school history.
  6. Six Finalists Named For The 2021 AAI Award

    Six Finalists Named For The 2021 AAI Award

    Mar 17, 2021

    Every year American Athletic, Inc. (AAI) presents the distinguished AAI Award to the most outstanding senior female gymnast in the country. 
  7. How To Watch: 2021 USAG Development Program National Championships

    How To Watch: 2021 USAG Development Program National Championships

    Jan 27, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 USA Gymnastics Development Program National Championships on FloGymnastics.
  8. Leanne Wong Commits To University Of Florida

    Leanne Wong Commits To University Of Florida

    Nov 15, 2020

    Two-time U.S. Senior National Team member Leanne Wong, an elite from Great American Gymnastic Express (GAGE), announced her commitment to the University of Florida. Her signing ends months of gymternet guessing and giddiness. Known for her graceful extension, clean lines, and competitive consistency, Wong made it official November 14, 2020, through her Instagram account.
  9. SEC Gymnastics Preview: Traditional Powers LSU, Alabama, & Florida Reload

    SEC Gymnastics Preview: Traditional Powers LSU, Alabama, & Florida Reload

    Dec 7, 2018

    As always, the Southeastern Conference is loaded with talent — traditional powerhouses like Florida and LSU, but many more top teams in the nation. This year you'll be able to catch a few of these teams, and much more, right here on FloGymnastics. But before we can start watching the meets, let's dive into each team's standing, who they added and lost, and what may be to come in the 2018-2019 season.
  10. NCAA Gymnastics 2019 Season Hype: Trinity Thomas Is Coming To Gainesville

    NCAA Gymnastics 2019 Season Hype: Trinity Thomas Is Coming To Gainesville

    Sep 11, 2018

    We’re continuing our series on the new additions to NCAA gymnastics team rosters, highlighting the Florida Gators today. The Gators had a couple of important contributors graduate last year, including Kennedy Baker, Alex McMurtry, and Rachel Slocum. How they replace these losses will determine how far they can go this year in NCAA competition.
  11. Florida Freshman Alyssa Baumann: Adversity 'Has Only Made Us Stronger'

    Florida Freshman Alyssa Baumann: Adversity 'Has Only Made Us Stronger'

    Apr 18, 2018

    Alyssa Baumann spent 2017 rehabbing from elbow surgery instead of competing in Gainesville. The severe elbow injury had taken the former WOGA gymnast out of contention for the 2016 Olympic team. But Baumann hasn’t missed a beat since starting at Florida. She has competed on balance beam and floor exercise in every meet this season and has vaulted on four occasions. 
  12. Recapping The Action: Field Set For NCAA Championships

    Recapping The Action: Field Set For NCAA Championships

    Apr 9, 2018

    All six of the top-seeded teams moved on easily from their respective regionals. Oklahoma hit the 198 mark for the eighth time this season, and Maggie Nichols scored the only 10.0 of the weekend—her fourth of the year on balance beam, in front of a hometown crowd in Minneapolis.
  13. NCAA Recap: Sooners, Bruins, Tigers, & Wolverines Among Conference Victors

    NCAA Recap: Sooners, Bruins, Tigers, & Wolverines Among Conference Victors

    Mar 27, 2018

    While conference championship weekend may have been light on the upsets, it gave us something we wanted just as much: amazing gymnastics. Some of the perennial powerhouses are looking sharper than ever as their athletes gear up for Regionals and the NCAA championships.
  14. Lindenwood Breaking Records, Stanford Perfection, And Florida Celebration

    Lindenwood Breaking Records, Stanford Perfection, And Florida Celebration

    Mar 12, 2018

    Lindenwood edged Eastern Michigan, Rutgers, and Temple in a quad meet in Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon in record-breaking fashion. The Lions scored over a 196 for the first time in school history with a 196.400. They set new program records with totals on bars (49.100) and on beam (49.425).
  15. Recapping The Action: Huskers Win, Sooners And Tigers Strike Perfection

    Recapping The Action: Huskers Win, Sooners And Tigers Strike Perfection

    Mar 5, 2018

    Nebraska had a solid meet at the Elevate the Stage in Augusta, Georgia, on Friday night and earned the quad-meet win with a 196.700 against Stanford (195.925), Illinois (195.900), and Georgia (195.825). Taylor Houchin posted a 9.900 to share second place on bars and the Huskers posted a 49.300 event total. Nebraska didn’t score below a 9.800 on bars.