Mark Your Calendars, Laurie Hernandez Returns To Competition At Winter Cup
Jan 13, 2021
Laurie Hernandez will make her triumphant return to competition at the Winter Cup Challenge (Feb. 25-28, 2021) in Indianapolis after an almost five-year hiatus.
How To Watch: 2021 Metroplex Challenge
Jan 11, 2021
Here's how to watch the 2021 Metroplex Challenge on FloGymnastics featuring [team:Oklahoma], [team:Iowa State], [team: Texas Woman's], [team: Centenary (La.)]
Ellie Black On Healing & Leading Gymnastics Canada Into Her Third Olympics
Jan 6, 2021
When Ellie Black landed her final tumbling pass during last March’s American Cup, her feet were firmly planted on the mat, but in many ways, she was flying—and flying high.
MyKayla Skinner Hospitalized With Pneumonia, Lingering Effects Of COVID-19
Jan 5, 2021
MyKayla Skinner is hospitalized with pneumonia after suffering some lingering effects of COVID-19. Skinner posted the news on her Instagram story. The two-time World Champion and NCAA Champion is competing for a spot on the 2021 US Olympic Women's Artistic Gymnastics team.
Michigan Gymnast Annie Maxim: The Power Of Proving Yourself
Dec 21, 2020
Senior Michigan gymnast Annie Maxim hasn’t had the typical college experience. Her story of landing the senior captain role is relatively unknown but I was lucky enough to catch up with Annie on her time in college gymnastics, transferring, the University of Michigan, being a leader, and her monumental comeback.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Riley McCusker Files Lawsuit Against Maggie Haney
Nov 13, 2020
Riley McCusker, a four-time national team member of USA Gymnastics, filed a lawsuit against former coach Maggie Haney and former assistant coach Victoria Levine. It's a civil case for damages, alleging negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress by her coaches for forcing her to train while injured.
Auburn Women's Gymnastics Sign Four In 2021 Recruiting Class
Nov 12, 2020
Auburn women's gymnastics head coach Jeff Graba and staff are elated to sign one of the most promising classes school history.
Kara Eaker And Grace McCallum Sign With Utah Gymnastics
Nov 11, 2020
SALT LAKE CITY – Two-time World champions and two of the nation's top elite gymnasts - Kara Eaker and Grace McCallum - locked in their futures with Utah gymnastics on National Signing Day. As two of the most decorated signees in program history, the duo will vie for a 2021 Olympic Team berth prior to continuing their illustrious gymnastics careers in Salt Lake City.
Aly Raisman Continues Her Path As An Advocate For Gymnasts Everywhere
Nov 4, 2020
Best known for her accomplishments inside the gym, since her retirement from the sport Aly Raisman has made strides to leave a different kind of legacy in gymnastics. Besides her six Olympic medals, four World Championships medals, and numerous other successes, Raisman wants the sport to remember her for the change she created within it.
Elise Ray-Statz Resigns From Washington Women's Gymnastics Program
Oct 21, 2020
SEATTLE – University of Washington Director of Athletics Jennifer Cohen announced Wednesday that head women's gymnastics coach Elise Ray-Statz has resigned from her position, as Ray-Statz and her family are moving from the Seattle area.
USAG Sending Six Athletes To Nov. 8 Friendship & Solidarity Competition
Oct 19, 2020
INDIANAPOLIS, October 14, 2020 – Six U.S. athletes will join delegations from China, Japan and Russia for an international friendly competition Nov. 8 in Tokyo, Japan. The one-day Friendship and Solidarity Competition will feature two teams – Team Friendship and Team Solidarity – which will be comprised of a mixture of artistic gymnasts from the participating nations.