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  1. Sunisa Lee Captures Fifth Straight U.S. Olympic Women's All-Around Title

    Sunisa Lee Captures Fifth Straight U.S. Olympic Women's All-Around Title

    Jul 29, 2021

    TOKYO, July 29, 2021 – In a back-and-forth match up that came down to the final rotation, Sunisa Lee of St. Paul, Minn., topped Rebeca Andrade of Brazil to claim Team USA’s fifth-straight Olympic women’s all-around title Thursday at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre. She joins an iconic list of U.S. Olympic all-around gold medalists that includes Mary Lou Retton (1984), Carly Patterson (2004), Nastia Liukin (2008), Gabby Douglas (2012) and Simone Biles (2016).
  2. What Goes Into Stephen Nedoroscik's Winning Formula

    What Goes Into Stephen Nedoroscik's Winning Formula

    Feb 4, 2021

    Believing you can win isn’t always enough. Sometimes, you have to put that faith into words and say them aloud over and over.
  3. How To Watch: 2021 US Championships

    How To Watch: 2021 US Championships

    Jan 27, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 US Championships on FloGymnastics.
  4. How To Watch: 2021 USA Championships

    How To Watch: 2021 USA Championships

    Jan 27, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 USA Championships on FloGymnastics.
  5. How To Watch: 2021 March National Team Selection Camp

    How To Watch: 2021 March National Team Selection Camp

    Jan 27, 2021

    Here's how to watch the 2021 March National Team Selection Camp on FloGymnastics.
  6. How Akash Modi Draws Inspiration From Family, Engineering, & Meditation

    How Akash Modi Draws Inspiration From Family, Engineering, & Meditation

    Dec 23, 2020

    For many gymnasts, 2020 was the year that signified the end of an Olympic journey and the beginning of a life outside of gymnastics. Before the pandemic hit, Akash Modi was finally coming to terms with being done with the sport he loves for good. After hopefully competing at the 2020 Olympic Games, he planned to be done and move on. That plan obviously came crashing down with the postponement of the games, and at first, Modi wasn’t even sure he would continue.
  7. Scottsdale To Host 2021 USAG For All National Championships & GymFest

    Scottsdale To Host 2021 USAG For All National Championships & GymFest

    Dec 21, 2020

    INDIANAPOLIS, December 21, 2020 — The 2021 USA Gymnastics for All National Championships and GymFest is slated for June 16-19 at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz. Gymnastics for All, also known as group gymnastics, includes competitive and non-competitive opportunities in addition to HUGS, a program for athletes with special needs. The four-day GfA event showcases nearly 500 athletes participating in Power TeamGym, Acrobatics and Tumbling, GymFest, and the Gym for Life Challenge.
  8. USA Gymnastics Announce 2021 Winter Cup, Elite Team Cup & Nastia Liukin Cup

    USA Gymnastics Announce 2021 Winter Cup, Elite Team Cup & Nastia Liukin Cup

    Dec 17, 2020

    INDIANAPOLIS, December 17, 2020 – USA Gymnastics today announced the 2021 Winter Cup will be held February 26-28 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis and will feature an expanded field that will include both men’s and women’s junior and senior artistic gymnasts. 
  9. USA Gymnastics Provides Members With Concussion Education Using TeachAids

    USA Gymnastics Provides Members With Concussion Education Using TeachAids

    Dec 14, 2020

    INDIANAPOLIS, December 14, 2020 – USA Gymnastics has announced a new partnership with nonprofit education innovator TeachAids to provide members access to CrashCourse materials as part of the organization’s commitment to athlete health and wellness.
  10. USA Gymnastics Announces LGBTQ-Focused December 16 Panel On DEIB

    USA Gymnastics Announces LGBTQ-Focused December 16 Panel On DEIB

    Dec 12, 2020

    INDIANAPOLIS, December 12, 2020 – USA Gymnastics will conclude its three-part fall series on diversity, equity, and inclusion in gymnastics with an LGBTQ-focused panel on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. The hour-long virtual session will begin at 1 p.m. ET.
  11. USA Gymnastics Introduces Athlete Bill of Rights

    USA Gymnastics Introduces Athlete Bill of Rights

    Dec 10, 2020

    As part of USA Gymnastics’ efforts to empower athletes, the organization today announced two new measures: an Athlete Bill of Rights, which was created to unite the full gymnastics community around a shared vision of behavioral expectations, and a protest policy for national team members, aimed at supporting those athletes who choose to use their voice in public platforms.
  12. USA Gymnastics Announce Development Program National Championships May 2021

    USA Gymnastics Announce Development Program National Championships May 2021

    Dec 2, 2020

    USA Gymnastics announced the 2021 USAG Development Program National Championships will be held May 11-16, 2021, at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. For the first time, the event will bring together gymnasts from the men’s and women’s artistic disciplines. More than 1,500 athletes are expected to compete.
  13. Aleah Finnegan Discusses Deltchevs And Diversity

    Aleah Finnegan Discusses Deltchevs And Diversity

    Nov 30, 2020

    Aleah Finnegan remembers watching Carlos Yulo make history at the 2018 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships. Yulo won bronze on floor exercise in Doha, making him the first Philippine gymnast to medal at a World Championships.
  14. A New Generation Of Gymnasts: Why Morgan Hurd Aims To Be Voice Of Change

    A New Generation Of Gymnasts: Why Morgan Hurd Aims To Be Voice Of Change

    Nov 23, 2020

    Morgan Hurd keeps her pronouns (she/her) in her bio, encourages everyone to wear a mask, and doesn’t shy away from sharing her opinions on social justice topics, even while she launches into the public eye as her career intensifies. Hurd speaks out about many social issues, especially ones that affect marginalized communities.
  15. Shane Wiskus Aims For His First Olympic Team Amongst Difficult Setbacks

    Shane Wiskus Aims For His First Olympic Team Amongst Difficult Setbacks

    Nov 16, 2020

    Shane 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.