Olympic, World medalists headed to Tampa for 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships (2022)

Olympic, World medalists headed to Tampa for 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships (1)

TAMPA, Fla. (August 9, 2022) - Five Olympians, including two medalists, highlight the fields for the 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships August 18-21 at Amalie Arena.

With less than two years remaining until the 2024 Olympic Games kick off in Paris, 2020 Olympic gold medalist Jade Carey (Phoenix, Ariz./Oregon State University), silver medalist Jordan Chiles (Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre), and Olympians Brody Malone (Aragon, Ga./Stanford University), Yul Moldauer (Wellington, Colo./5280 Gymnastics) and Shane Wiskus (Minneapolis, Minn./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center) are back on the highest U.S. stage with all-around and apparatus titles up for grabs.

The 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships feature the country's top artistic gymnasts and serve as the culmination of the domestic season. Nearly 150 athletes will compete across men's and women's junior and senior divisions, and champions will be crowned based on combined two-day totals. The USA Gymnastics National Teams will also be named at the event's conclusion.

(Video) 2022 US Gymnastics Championships Women day 2

"We are excited to bring our first national championships of the new Olympic cycle to Tampa," USA Gymnastics Chief Programs Officer Stefanie Korepin said. "The sport's landscape has seen a tremendous amount of change and opportunity over the last 12 months, and we are already less than two years away from the Paris Games. With returning Olympians, exciting breakout stars, and a bonus system in place to incentivize high difficulty in the men's competition, this year's OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships will be more competitive than ever."

The 2022 USA Gymnastics National Congress and Trade Show will be held August 18-21 at the Tampa Convention Center in conjunction with the national championship event, and the 2022 USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame class induction ceremony will take place Saturday in Tampa.

In the senior men's competition, defending national champion, 2022 U.S. Classic all-around champion and 2021 World Championships horizontal bar bronze medalist Malone will face a loaded field of nearly 50 gymnasts. Among them are fellow World medalists Donnell Whittenburg (Baltimore, Md./Salto Gymnastics), who posted high scores on still rings and vault last month in Utah, and 2017 floor exercise bronze medalist Moldauer.

Men's program veterans will be challenged by first-year seniors Asher Hong (Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics) and Fred Richard (Stoughton, Mass./Massachusetts Elite Gymnastics Academy) and college standouts Colt Walker (Cedar Park, Texas/Stanford University) and Khoi Young (Bowie, Md./Stanford University), who have each secured individual medals on the global stage this year. Pommel horse specialist and 2021 World champion Stephen Nedoroscik (Worcester, Mass./Penn State University) will also be in action on his signature apparatus.

(Video) Konnor McClain claims the Senior Women Title at the 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships

More than 20 senior women will vie for their first individual all-around titles. Key among them are Olympic floor exercise gold medalist Carey, Olympic team silver medalist Chiles, World all-around bronze medalist Kayla DiCello (Boyds, Md./Hill's Gymnastics) and World all-around silver medalist and 2022 U.S. Classic all-around champion Leanne Wong (Overland Park, Kan./Great American Gymnastics Express).

Reigning Winter Cup and City of Jesolo Trophy all-around champion Konnor McClain (Las Vegas, Nev./WOGA Gymnastics) and Pan American Championships all-around silver and bronze medalists Lexi Zeiss (Omaha, Neb./Twin City Twisters) and Skye Blakely (Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics) are expected to contend for the top spot, while future Florida Gator Shilese Jones (Auburn, Wash./Ascend Gymnastics Center) will look to keep the momentum going after delivering a standout performance at last month's U.S. Classic, where she captured uneven bars gold and all-around silver. In her first year competing in the senior division, 2021 U.S. junior all-around and uneven bars champion Katelyn Jong (Allen, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics) also hopes to make her presence known.

In the junior division, DTB Pokal Team Challenge junior men's team champions David Shamah (McKinney, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics) and Kai Uemura (Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Artistic Gymnastics) headline a men's field of more than 40 up-and-coming gymnasts who will compete in 16-year-old and 17-year-old age groups. Meanwhile, junior Pan American Championships all-around champion Dulcy Caylor (Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre) and City of Jesolo Trophy junior all-around, vault, balance beam and floor exercise champion Tiana Sumanasekera (Pleasanton, Calif./West Valley Gymnastics School) will face steep competition from nearly 30 of the best junior women in the country.

Men will compete Thursday, August 18 and Saturday, August 20, and women will take the floor Friday, August 19 and Sunday, August 21. Junior gymnasts will begin each day at 1:30 p.m. ET followed by seniors at 7 p.m. ET.

Senior men's and women's Day 1 will air live on Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA. The final day of senior men's competition will be broadcast live on CNBC and will also air on tape delay on NBC Sunday at 12:30 p.m. ET. NBC will broadcast senior women's Day 2 Sunday in real time. All senior competitions will also stream live on Peacock.

Junior sessions will stream exclusively on FlipNow Powered by USA Gymnastics. Monthly and annual subscription options are available. Visit FlipNow.tv to browse the content library and subscribe.

For a complete list of broadcast and streaming information, visit https://www.usgymchampionships.com/info/.

(Video) 2022 US Champs Day 1 1080p 8238K

Ahead of senior competition Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the FlipZone fan festival will fill Thunder Alley just outside Amalie Arena. From 4:30-6:15 p.m. ET, fans can learn about the fundamentals of gymnastics by visiting various stations and will be treated to live demonstrations. Engaging kid-friendly activities and food and beverage options will also be available in the FlipZone, and members of the University of Florida women's gymnastics team will be on hand to sign autographs Sunday from 4:30-6 p.m. ET.

Autograph sessions featuring current and former National Team members will take place onsite at Amalie Arena or in the FlipZone on each day of competition, including but not limited to Olympic all-around champion Suni Lee, Chiles, the 2020 U.S. men's Olympic team, NCAA champion Trinity Thomas of Florida, Wong and other current Gators including Sloane Blakely and 2017 World all-around champion Morgan Hurd.

Multiple ticket packages and single-session tickets are still available for the OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships. Visit usgymchampionships.com to learn more.

Participating athletes are listed below alphabetically by division. For bios of the athletes, click here.

(Video) Shilese Jones leaps ahead of Olympians to take lead at U.S. Gymnastics Championships | NBC Sports

Benjamin Aguilar, Siesta Key, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
Bobby Alessio, Belleville, N.J./Meadowlands Gymnastics Academy
Hasan Aydogdu, Carlstadt, N.J./Meadowlands Gymnastics Academy
Robert Banks, High Point, N.C./Salem Gymnastics Center
Jaden Blank, Lakewood Ranch, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
Sasha Bogonosiuk, Buffalo Grove, Ill./Gymkhana Gymnastics Club and Dance Studio
Solen Chiodi, St. Paul, Minn./Mini-Hops Gymnastics
Noah Copeland, Lancaster, Ohio/Hocking Valley Gymnastics Center
Chase Davenport-Mills, Johns Creek, Ga./Roswell Gymnastics
Alex Duebler, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics - Scratched
Carson Eshleman, Monroe, Mich./Michigan Elite Gymnastics Academy
Jared Fry, Wolfforth, Texas/Texas Elite Gymnastics Academy
Emmit Glover, Saratoga Springs, Utah/All American Gymnastics
Zach Green, San Jose, Calif./Stanford Boys' Gymnastics
Nico Hamilton, Grapevine, Texas/Texas Dreams
Conor Heary, Sarasota, Fla./EVO Gymnastics - Scratched
Jake Islam, Suffield, Conn./Western Mass Gymnastics
Cash Johnston, Houston, Texas/Houston Gymnastics Associates
Ty Jordan, Morrison, Colo./5280 Gymnastics North
Alex Karadzhov, Saint Petersburg, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
William Keller, Centerville, Utah/USA Gymnastics World
Cooper Kim, Grand Ledge, Mich./Capital City Flips Gymnastics
Adam Lakomy, Roselle Park, N.J./Sunburst Gymnastics Training Center
Kiran Mandava, Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
Toma Murakawa, Van Nuys, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA
Preston Ngai, Elk Grove, Calif./Elevate Gymnastics Academy
Alexandru Nitache, Knoxville, Tenn./GymTek Academy
Tristen Nye, Strongsville, Ohio/Above the Barre Gymnastics
Maxwell Odden, Scottsdale, Ariz./North Valley Gymnastics
Kaleb Palacio, Bacliff, Texas/Above the Bar Gymnastics Academy
Jake Prabhakaran, Tampa, Fla./LaFleur's Gymnastics
David Ramirez, Nipomo, Calif./Central Coast Gymnastics Sports Center
Evan Reichert, Oswego, Ill./Premier Gymnastics Academy West
Deano Roberts, Woodside, Calif./Stanford Boys' Gymnastics
Michael Scheiner, Great Falls, Va./Capital Gymnastics
David Shamah, McKinney, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Dylan Shepard, Casselberry, Fla./Gymnastics USA
Jonah Soltz, Tacoma, Wash./Metropolitan Gymnastics
Brendan Strom, Simi Valley, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA
Kai Uemura, Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Artistic Gymnastics
Kyle Walchuk, Howell, Mich./Infinity Gymnastics Academy
Pierce Wolfgang, Bryn Mawr, Pa./Montgomery County Sports Performance Center
Gavin Zborowski, Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics North

(Video) 2022 US Gymnastics Championships Senior Men Day2

Justin Ah Chow, Atlanta, Ga./Ohio State University
Javier Alfonso, Miami, Fla./University of Michigan
Michael Artlip, Bellaire, Texas/Penn State University
Maxim Bereznev, Woodstock, Ga./Roswell Gymnastics
Jeremy Bischoff, Canyon Country, Calif./Stanford University
Landon Blixt, Fowlerville, Mich./University of Michigan
Cameron Bock, Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan
Garrett Braunton, Olympia, Wash./U.S. Air Force Academy
Taylor Burkhart, Morrison, Colo./Stanford University
Taylor Christopulos, Layton, Utah/University of Nebraska
Asher Cohen, Lakewood, Colo./University of Nebraska
Matt Cormier, Milton, Mass./Penn State University
Alex Diab, Glen Ellyn, Ill./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
Isaiah Drake, Los Angeles, Calif./U.S. Naval Academy
Will Fleck, Fairfax Station, Va./Penn State University
Colin Flores, Mountain House, Calif./West Coast Olympic Gymnastics Academy
Vitaliy Guimaraes, Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma
Dallas Hale, Frisco, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
Asher Hong, Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
Patrick Hoopes, Lehi, Utah/U.S. Air Force Academy
Evan Hymanson, Morganville, N.J./Stanford Boys Gymnastics
Michael Jaroh, Northville, Mich./Penn State University - Scratched
Joshua Karnes, Erie, Pa./Penn State University
Anthony Koppie, Fayetteville, Ga./Roswell Gymnastics
Ian Lasic-Ellis, Dover, Mass./Stanford University
Toby Liang, Roswell, Ga./Roswell Gymnastics
Riley Loos, El Dorado Hills, Calif./Stanford University
Brody Malone, Aragon, Ga./Stanford University
Connor McCool, Chesterfield, Mo./University of Illinios
Caleb Melton, Woodbridge, Va./Penn State University
Yul Moldauer, Wellington, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
Stephen Nedoroscik, Worcester, Mass./Penn State University
Kameron Nelson, Evans, Ga./Ohio State University
Noah Newfeld, Plano, Texas/University of California - Berkeley
Cole Partridge, Bountiful, Utah/USA Gymnastics World
Eddie Penev, Penfield, N.Y./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center - Scratched
Curran Phillips, Naperville, Ill./Stanford University
Fred Richard, Stoughton, Mass./Massachusetts Elite Gymnastics Academy
Noah Sano, Northridge, Calif./University of California - Berkeley
Garrett Schooley, Sarasota, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
Daniel Simmons, Cypress, Texas/University of Oklahoma
Landon Simpson, Bellefonte, Pa./Centre Elite Gymnastics
Ian Skirkey, Pepperell, Mass./University of Illinois
Blake Sun, San Antonio, Texas/Stanford University
Colt Walker, Cedar Park, Texas/Stanford University
Donnell Whittenburg, Baltimore, Md./Salto Gymnastics
Shane Wiskus, Minneapolis, Minn./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center
Khoi Young, Bowie, Md./Stanford University

Sage Bradford, Flower Mound, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Dulcy Caylor, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
Payton Chandler, Frisco, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
Norah Christian, Bremerton, Wash./Cascade Elite West
Nicole Desmond, Wind Gap, Pa./First State Gymnastics
Kieryn Finnell, Pittsford, N.Y./Rochester Gymnastics Academy
Jayla Hang, Bellevue, Wash./Pacific Reign Gymnastics
Gabrielle Hardie, Sioux Falls, S.D./Twin City Twisters
Madray Johnson, Dallas, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Avery King, Dallas, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Myli Lew, Belmont, Calif./San Mateo Gymnastics
Annalisa Milton, Lee's Summit, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
Malea Milton, Lee's Summit, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
Zoey Molomo, McKinney, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
Ella Murphy, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Ella Kate Parker, West Monroe, La./WOGA Gymnastics
Claire Pease, Sunnyvale, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Michelle Pineda, Allen, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
Christiane Popovich, West Des Moines, Iowa/Midwest Gymnastics Center
Hezly Rivera, Plano, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Simone Rose, Sammamish, Wash./Pacific Reign Gymnastics
Lacie Saltzmann, Coppell, Texas/Texas Dreams
Audrey Snyder, Annapolis, Md./First State Gymnastics
Izzy Stassi, Delaware, Ohio/Gym X-Treme
Tiana Sumanasekera, Pleasanton, Calif./West Valley Gymnastics School
Gabby Van Frayen, Lewis Center, Ohio/Gym X-Treme
Kelise Woolford, Columbus, Ohio/Buckeye Gymnastics
Alicia Zhou, San Antonio, Texas/Love Gymnastics

Ciena Alipio, San Jose, Calif./Midwest Gymnastics Center
Skye Blakely, Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
Charlotte Booth, Clermont, Fla./Brandy Johnson's Global Gymnastics
Jade Carey, Phoenix, Ariz./Oregon State University
Jordan Chiles, Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
Kayla DiCello, Boyds, Md./Hill's Gymnastics
Amelia Disidore, Overland Park, Kan./Great American Gymnastics Express
Addison Fatta, Wrightsville, Pa./Prestige Gymnastics
Olivia Greaves, Staten Island, N.Y./World Champions Centre
Shilese Jones, Auburn, Wash./Ascend Gymnastics Center
Katelyn Jong, Allen, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
Levi Jung-Ruivivar, Woodland Hills, Calif./Twin City Twisters
Nola Matthews, Gilroy, Calif./Airborne Gymnastics Training Center
Konnor McClain, Las Vegas, Nev./WOGA Gymnastics
Elle Mueller, Ham Lake, Minn./Twin City Twisters
Marissa Neal, Blue Springs, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
Brooke Pierson, Canby, Ore./WOGA Gymnastics
Joscelyn Roberson, Texarkana, Texas/North East Texas Elite Gymnastics
Katelyn Rosen, Boerne, Texas/Twin City Twisters
Leanne Wong, Overland Park, Kan./Great American Gymnastics Express
Lexi Zeiss, Omaha, Neb./Twin City Twisters

FAQs

Who won the US gymnastics championships? ›

Konnor McClain won her first U.S. gymnastics national championship Sunday night, rallying past Shilese Jones in the finals to complete a stunning turnaround since switching training gyms last year. The 17-year-old McClain posted a two-day total of 112.750, just ahead of Jones at 111.900.

Where are 2022 USA Gymnastics Championships? ›

USA Gymnastics | Olympic, World medalists headed to Tampa for 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships. TAMPA, Fla. (August 9, 2022) - Five Olympians, including two medalists, highlight the fields for the 2022 OOFOS U.S. Gymnastics Championships August 18-21 at Amalie Arena.

What is Jr A in gymnastics? ›

Junior A: 12-13 years of age: a gymnast MUST compete at age 11 in the Junior Division if she will turn 12 by December 31st of the year in which the competition takes place.

How do you qualify for nationals in gymnastics? ›

Athletes qualify to the State Championships by earning a 32.0 or higher All Around score at any sanctioned USAG competition in the United States. At the State meet the athlete must score a 34.00AA to qualify to Regionals. At Regionals, the top 7 athletes in each age group will advance to Nationals.

Where can I watch the U.S. Gymnastics Championships? ›

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships air live on NBC Sports, Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA and Peacock from Thursday through Sunday, featuring the return of Olympic medalists Jade Carey and Jordan Chiles.

How to watch us National Gymnastics Championships? ›

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships conclude Sunday at 7 p.m. ET with the last night of women's competition, live on NBC and streaming on NBCSports.com/live, the NBC Sports app and Peacock.

Who won USA Gymnastics 2021? ›

McClain fulfilled promise on Sunday, winning the U.S. all-around title at age 17 after first-day leader Shilese Jones fell on her very last skill, her uneven bars dismount. McClain became the sixth woman since 2000 to prevail in her senior nationals debut.

Can a gymnast move from Xcel to Jo? ›

Mobility between the programs is not only possible, but encouraged if either is a better fit than the other. We have had many gymnasts switch from JO to Xcel, and gymnasts come from Xcel to JO.

What level is Simone Biles? ›

Senior international elite

How old do gymnasts retire? ›

Like many sports that rely on using the whole body, gymnasts start early and retire early. Most gymnasts start their careers in their teens and keep going as long as their body will let them, retirement generally happens in their early twenties.

What is the highest level in gymnastics? ›

ELITE: This is the top level in gymnastics. Only 2% of all gymnasts will compete at this level. Competitions are held at the National and International levels. The gymnasts at this level represent the USA in most international competitions including the Olympics.

Who won gymnastics National Championship 2022? ›

Oklahoma wins the 2022 NCAA gymnastics national title

Oklahoma has won its fifth national championship in eight years. After finishing in fourth following the first rotation, the Sooners surged back to win the title.

What score do you need to qualify for elite gymnastics? ›

Senior gymnasts must earn a 49.500 all-around score, 38.000 three-event score, or 25.750 two-event score at the 2021 U.S. Championships, at selected national team training camps held in the second half of 2021 or in 2022, and at national qualifiers in 2022.

How can I watch women's gymnastics? ›

The 2021 Olympic gymnastics TV schedule on NBC and streaming on Peacock. All gymnastics events will be available live in the overnight and early morning hours on Peacock (free) and/or NBCSports.com. Taped coverage will also be available on NBC during its primetime (and some daytime) windows.

What channel is gymnastics on right now? ›

The Big 12 Gymnastics Championship will be carried live in primetime at 7 p.m. with the champion crowned on ESPNU. The SEC Gymnastics Championship will be telecast live, with the 2022 edition airing exclusively on SEC Network.

Who won worlds gymnastics? ›

All-Around
1938Vlasta DekanovaTCH
2017Morgan HurdUSA
2018Simone BilesUSA
2019Simone BilesUSA
2021Angelina MelnikovaRGF
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Who won the gymnastics national championship 2022? ›

Oklahoma wins the 2022 NCAA gymnastics national title

Oklahoma has won its fifth national championship in eight years. After finishing in fourth following the first rotation, the Sooners surged back to win the title.

Who won the gymnastics national championship 2021? ›

FORT WORTH, Texas — Jaedyn Rucker is a NCAA national champion. The Utah gymnast won the individual national title on vault Thursday at Dickies Arena during the semifinals of the NCAA women's gymnastics championship. Rucker scored a 9.9625 on the event, the best score by any gymnast in either semifinal session.

Who won USA Gymnastics 2021? ›

McClain fulfilled promise on Sunday, winning the U.S. all-around title at age 17 after first-day leader Shilese Jones fell on her very last skill, her uneven bars dismount. McClain became the sixth woman since 2000 to prevail in her senior nationals debut.

Who won Gymnastics championship 2021? ›

2021 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship
2021 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships
DatesApril 16–17, 2021
CompetitorsFlorida Oklahoma LSU Michigan Utah Minnesota Alabama California
Winning score198.2500
Champion
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Who is in the NCAA gymnastics final? ›

4 Utah and No. 6 Auburn will compete for a national championship in the NCAA gymnastics team final on Saturday, April 16. The competition will start at 1 p.m. ET on ABC and stream here.

Is Trinity Thomas going to the Olympics? ›

As for Thomas, she already revealed that she will not compete as an elite gymnast. Therefore, she did not attempt to fight for a spot at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

Who is the best college gymnast? ›

Final women's gymnastics power rankings: Jade Carey stays on top in multiple events | NCAA.com.

How many national championships does Michigan have in gymnastics? ›

Under head coach Bev Plocki, the team has won 25 Big Ten championships and advanced to 25 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships, including sixteen consecutive appearances from 1993 to 2008.
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Michigan Wolverines women's gymnastics
NicknameWolverines
ColorsMaize and blue
National championships
2021
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Why do some U.S. gymnasts have different leotards? ›

According to Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez, who's providing commentary for NBC in Tokyo, the reason is simple. Blue leotards are for those competing in the team events. The red ones are for those who are competing only in individual events.

What's going on with USA Gymnastics? ›

USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee have agreed to pay a $380 million settlement to hundreds of survivors of sexual abuse by former team doctor Larry Nassar.

Who won the all around gymnastics gold medal? ›

Sunisa Lee

Who won worlds gymnastics? ›

All-Around
1938Vlasta DekanovaTCH
2017Morgan HurdUSA
2018Simone BilesUSA
2019Simone BilesUSA
2021Angelina MelnikovaRGF
32 more rows

Who is the best college gymnastics team 2021? ›

Rankings courtesy of RoadToNationals.com.
  1. Florida (1,167 points; 16 first-place votes)
  2. Oklahoma (1,152 points; 16 first-place votes)
  3. LSU (1,076 points)
  4. Utah (1,073 points)
  5. Michigan (1,060 points)
  6. Alabama (944 points)
  7. UCLA (943 points)

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