Jordan Chiles Sweeps Winter Cup; Laurie Hernandez Shines In Comeback
Mar 1, 2021
The Winter Cup is known for being somewhat of a pre-season competition, where we expect to see many falls in past years when there was only a men’s competition. The women showed up to the weekend and left that reputation in the dust - though there were of course mistakes after not having any elite competitions in nearly a year, many gymnasts surprised us with new skills, huge routines, and big smiles for being back on the competition floor after so long.
Winter Cup Kicks Off USA Gymnastics' 2021 Premier Events Season
Feb 23, 2021
INDIANAPOLIS, February 22, 2021 – Gymnastics will return to the national stage after a nearly yearlong hiatus, as USA Gymnastics’ 2021 premier event season kicks off this weekend in Indianapolis. The 2021 Winter Cup will take place without spectators Feb. 26-28 at the Indiana Convention Center, marking the start of a busy international competition season that includes the Tokyo Olympic Games in late summer and Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in October.
Women's Preview: What To Watch For At 2021 Winter Cup
Feb 22, 2021
The 2021 Winter Cup takes place in Indianapolis, Indiana from February 26th-28th and is expanding this year. Previously only a men’s artistic competition, the Winter Cup now includes women’s artistic gymnastics as well, with both a junior and senior competition in each.
USA Set To Dominate Team Competitions At Jesolo
Feb 25, 2019
After missing out on team titles last year due to not sending any gymnasts to the competition, Team USA is set to dominate the senior and junior team competitions at the 2019 City of Jesolo Trophy. The U.S. has been a gymnastics powerhouse on the international stage for the past several years, and Jesolo is no exception. Team USA has won the senior team competition for eight straight years from 2010 to 2017. Also in the hunt for the team accolades are Germany, Russia, Japan, Belgium, China, Italy and Romania.
Biles Shows Highest Difficulty & Execution At U.S. Gymnastics Championships
Aug 22, 2018
Simone Biles showed the world last weekend that she is still the best in the field, winning the all-around and every individual event title at the 2018 U.S. Gymnastics Championships. Over the two days of competition, Biles showed off her incredible power and execution, and she not only has her skills back from Rio, but she’s even upgraded on bars, beam, and floor.
Leanne Wong Wins 2018 Junior National Gymnastics Title In Close Competition
Aug 19, 2018
GAGE’s Leanne Wong secured the Junior National Championship title today, totaling a 112.250 over two days of competition. She was followed by Kayla DiCello with a 111.200, and Sunisa Lee with a 111.050. The junior event champions include DiCello on vault, Lee on bars, Konnor McClain on beam, and Wong on floor.