Levi Jung-Ruivivar Combines Artistry With Power For A Whole New Look
Nov 2, 2021Junior Elite Levi Jung-Ruivivar dealt with adversity before in her gymnastics career, but the past few months have certainly been the most challenging. By finding strength and inspiration around her, she's motivated to become stronger and set the bar even higher.
The Best Moments From The 2021 NCAA Division I Gymnastics Championship
Apr 19, 2021The 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.
Six Finalists Named For The 2021 Nissen-Emery Award
Mar 29, 2021The Nissen-Emery Award honors the senior collegiate gymnast who has established an exceptional achievement record during his college career. It is college gymnastics’ highest honor and has been presented annually to that year's outstanding senior collegiate gymnast.
Cameron Bock Takes 2021 Winter Cup Men's All-Around Title
Feb 27, 2021INDIANAPOLIS - Feb. 26, 2021 - Cameron Bock of Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan, topped a field of 27 competitors to claim the 2021 Winter Cup men’s all-around title Friday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Bock, who is in his senior season with the Wolverines, earned an 84.150 and finished nearly a full point ahead of runner-up Riley Loos of El Dorado Hills, Calif/Stanford University (83.250). World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics, rounded out the top three, posting an 82.600 on the night.
Shane Wiskus Aims For His First Olympic Team Amongst Difficult Setbacks
Nov 16, 2020Shane Wiskus dealt with his fair share of setbacks this year, but it hasn’t changed his goals. No matter what stands in his path, he has his sights set on Tokyo 2021.
How You Can Help Save Collegiate Gymnastics Programs
Oct 1, 2020With universities across the country facing budget cuts, college gymnastics programs are being eliminated or are on the brink of being cut. College gymnastics needs your help and support more than ever.
NCAA Gymnasts To Watch At Elevate The Stage Birmingham
Nov 28, 2018Just over one month is left until the NCAA gymnastics season begins, and teams all over the country will compete weekend after weekend in dual meets, quad meets, and even meets on podium — like Elevate the Stage. The 2019 NCAA season includes two Elevate the Stage events with the final one happening in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Road To NCAAs: Ramler Reps Gophers In St. Louis
Apr 14, 2018Freshman Lexy Ramler competed in front of a hometown crowd at regionals in Minneapolis last weekend and picked up her third-best all-around score with a 39.500 to qualify to NCAAs as an individual. While her team did not earn one of the two spots, the Gophers put together a solid performance and finished less than two tenths out of third place.
Conference Championships Are Here: 9 Routines You Need To See This Weekend
Mar 23, 2018Postseason action kicks up this weekend with conference championships taking place across the board.
Recapping The Action: Seniors, Records, And 198s From UCLA, Utah, & LSU
Mar 19, 2018The regular season has come to a close, with teams and gymnasts putting together their best stuff ahead of conference championship weekend and, after that, regionals. From California to the Midwest to Alabama, the routines were on point over the weekend. Check out our recap below.
Recapping the Action: Utah Edges UCLA, LSU Hits 198 Twice
Feb 19, 2018In a battle between the top two teams in the Pac-12, it came down to the final rotation. UCLA had the edge early on vault and maintained the lead through the second rotation after some uncharacteristic mistakes from both squads. But Utah cut down the lead in the third rotation, bolstered by MyKayla Skinner’s 9.975 on floor exercise to tie the meet, and earned the win in the final rotation 197.550 to 197.425.
NCAA Week 6: Five Stellar Gymnasts Competing This Weekend
Feb 8, 2018The sixth week of NCAA competition kicks off this Friday night as youthful Kentucky takes on a Georgia team that is getting stronger each week. There's also a Big Ten showdown slated tomorrow, as Minnesota and Illinois face off. Then conference foes Nebraska and Iowa meet in a Saturday dual contest, while Denver plays host to West Virginia and George Washington at the 2018 Winterfest Classic, which you can watch right here on FloGymnastics.
NCAA Recap: Bruins And Sooners Rise Together, Utah No. 2 In Nation
Feb 5, 2018Oklahoma took on UCLA at Pauley Pavilion Sunday in a meet that did not disappoint. The Sooners came out on top 198.050 to 197.950 with a second straight week scoring over the 198 mark. But perhaps the most moving part of the afternoon came after the final floor routine finished and the last score was flashed.
Recapping The Action: Price Shines For Stanford, Kocian Returns
Jan 22, 2018Catch up on all of the week three action as the Oklahoma Sooners took on Georgia and then Iowa State and Texas Women’s University in two meets. LSU and Alabama battled in SEC action, while UCLA welcomed back Madison Kocian in a road win against Arizona. Elizabeth Price posted another excellent all-around meet and Minnesota freshman Lexy Ramler has been stellar on beam for the Gophers.
Who to Watch For at Big Ten Championships
Mar 18, 2016With 10 teams in the the largest gymnastics conference in the nation, there's definitely a lot of gymnastics to watch at the Big Ten Championships. The championships will be split up into two sessions, where four teams will compete in the morning, and six in the evening. The seeds for the championships were determined by last weekend's Big Five meets, where the top performers qualified to the evening session. Here's who to watch for from each team, during each session.