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USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 4

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 3

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 2: Session 2

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 2: Session 1

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 1: Session 2

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

USA Gymnastics: P&G National Championships: Day 1: Session 1

The U.S. Gymnastics Championships showcases the country’s best male and female gymnasts, as well as determine the U.S. champions and the U.S. national team for the junior and senior elite levels. The nationals also traditionally serve as part of the selection process for the U.S. Team for the World Championships.

Universal Sports Reviews: 2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic

Tim Daggett, John Roethlisberger, and Amanda Cochran break down the events of the night as Simone Biles wins the All-Around.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Biles on Vault

Simone Biles posted the highest score on the vault at 15.900, helping her win the All-Around. Her second vault scored a 14.500.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Nichols 3rd

Maggie Nichols claims 3rd in the All-Around, 4.100 out of first, helped by her vault, scoring 14.500.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Biles on Floor

Simone Biles wins the All-Around, helped by posting the highest Floor Routine score of the night at 15.800.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Ross 2nd

Last years All-Around winner Kyla Ross takes 2nd this year, 1.65 points behind Simone Biles. Ross was helped to her total score of 60.050, with the third highest Uneven Bars routine at 15.000.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Biles Interview

Simone Biles talks about winning the All-Around and impressing Marta Karolyi, the head of Team USA.

2014 USA Gymnastics Secret Classic: Biles wins

Current World Champ Simone Biles nails the win with the highest score on Balance Beam, 15.250, helping her win the All-Around over last years winner Kyla Ross by 1.65, at 61.700.

Six Senior U.S. Titles Won At 2014 USA Gymnastics Championships

PHOTO CREDIT: John Chang The 2014 USA Gymnastics Championships at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky., wrapped up with the finals in junior and senior trampoline, senior rhythmic gymnastics and junior and senior acrobatic gymnastics. The final six senior champions are: rhythmic gymnastics, all-around – Jazzy Kerber of Highland Park, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics […]

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Zonderland wins Horizontal Bar

Reigning Olympic champion Epke Zonderland (NED) finished with a winning score of 16.000, beating 2nd place Hambuechen (GER) by .067 points.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: American Mikulak 4th in Horizontal Bar

Samuel Mikulak (USA) was the first man on the floor and finished with a score of 15.566, just missing the podium by .067 points. Epke Zonderland (NED) won the event.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: American Ross 5th in Floor

American Kyla Ross finished the floor with a final score of 14.333. The winning score of the event went to her American teammate Simone Biles, who finished with a score of 15.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: American Biles wins Floor

Simone Biles (USA) put on an impressive performance finishing with a winning score of 15.00. Biles also took a medal in the Women’s Balance beam earlier in the day.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: American Wynn 7th in Parallel Bars

Yesterday’s rings’ bronze medalist, Brandon Wynn, finished the parallel bars with a score of 14.266. Fellow American John Orozco finished 3rd in the event.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Lin ties for 1st in Parallel Bars

Chaopan Lin (CHN) finished in a tie with Kohei Uchimura (JPN) after both finished with scores of 15.666. Lin came into this event ranked 3rd.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Uchimura ties for 1st in Parallel Bars

Kohei Uchimura (JPN) and Chaopan Lin (CHN) won first place with a tieing score of 15.666. American Orozco finished in 3rd.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: American Orozco 3rd in Parallel Bars

John Orozco (USA) finished with a score of 15.533, trailing winners Lin (CHN) and Uchimura by .133 points.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Simone Biles 3rd in balance beam

Simone Biles (USA) finished with a score of 14.333, behind fellow American Ross, who took silver in the event. Biles was 4th after her routine.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Kyla Ross 2nd in balance beam

Kyla Ross finished with a score of 14.733 but was able to inquire about her score to get it raised to 14.833. She lost the lead to Russian Mustafina by .067 points.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Steven Legenore 2nd in Vault

Steven Legenore (USA) picked up his first individual World Championship medal after finishing with a score of 15.249. Hak Seon Yang (KOR) won the event.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Mustafina wins balance beam

Aliya Mustafina (RUS) won over the balance beam with a score of 14.90, besting Americans Kyla Ross and Simone Biles. Mustafina also took home bronze in the Uneven Bars.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Yang wins Vault

Reigning Olympic champion, Hak Seon Yang (KOR), finished with a final score of 15.533, picking up his first world championship on the Vault.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 2

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 2 (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Yao falls off Uneven Bars

On the same move move that helped her score the highest in the All-Around, Jinnan Yao (CHN) falls to the mat, knocking her down to 6th in the event final.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Ross 2nd Uneven Bars

Kyla Ross (USA) settles for Silver again (after taking 2nd in the All-Around) scoring 15.266, .134 behind Huidan Huang (CHN) but .233 better than Aliya Mustafina (RUS) in 3rd.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Wynn 3rd Still Rings

Brandon Wynn (USA) scores a 15.66, .033 higher than Yang Liu (CHN) to claim the Bronze.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Zanetti Still Rings Champ

Arthur Zanetti (BRA), Olympic champ now turned World Champ, scored 15.800, winning by .068 over Aleksandr Balandin (RUS).

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Huang Uneven Bars Champ

Huidan Huang (CHN) nails a 15.400 and beats out Kyla Ross (USA) by .134 to win the title.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Biles 4th Uneven Bars

Newly crowned All-Around champ Simone Biles (USA) misses her chance at five medals, falling .317 behind Aliya Mustafina (RUS) and off the podium.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Kameyama Pommel Horse Champ

Kohei Kameyama (JPN) scores a 15.833, beating out Max Whitlock (GBR) by .200 to become the World Champ.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Maroney remains Vault Champ

2011 World Champ McKayla Maroney (USA) wins her vaulting title again during the Individual Apparatus Finals of the 2013 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships. Maroney finished her event with a final score of 15.724, .129 better than her teammate Simone Biles who came in 2nd.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Biles 2nd Vault

Newly crowned All-Around Champ Simone Biles (USA) takes 2nd in the Vault with a 15.595, .112 better than Un Jong Hong (RNK).

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Shirai becomes Floor Champ

Kenzo Shirai posts a big 16.000 to win the Floor title, .400 better that Jake Dalton (USA).

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Dalton 2nd Floor

Jake Dalton (USA) posted a 15.600, .100 better than all around champ Kohei Uchimura (JPN) for silver, but .400 short of the champ Kenzo Shirai (JPN).

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Legendre 5th Floor

Steven Legendre (USA), with a Team Bronze medal from 2011, ties for 5th on the Floor, scoring 15.366 with Diego Hypolito (BRA), .134 off the podium.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 1

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 1 (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Women’s All-Around Podium

Watch American’s Simone Bile and Kyle Ross get their Gold and Silver medals as well as 2010 Champ Aliya Mustafina (RUS) claim Bronze.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Biles all 4 events

Check out all four routines as Simone Biles (USA) becomes the All-Around champion, score the highest in Vault and Floor (15.850 and 15.233) to win with 60.216 points

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Ross 2nd in All-Around

Kyla Ross (from USA’s Gold winning 2012 Olympic Team) falls .884 points shy of the Gold to teammate Simone Biles, despite the highest score on Balance Beam 14.533.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Women’s All Around Final + Awards

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Uchimura all 6 events

Check out now four time World All-Around Champions Kohei Uchimura (JPN) six event routines.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Mikulak 6th in All-Around

After sitting in 2nd for most of the competition, Samuel Mikulak (USA) had trouble on the High Bar (scoring 13.766), knocking him into 5th. Missing the podium by .784 points, though scoring a big 15.366 on floor.

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Hambuechen 3rd in All-Around

Helped a little by American Samuel Mikulak’s mistake, Fabian Hambuechen (GER) claims his 3rd All-Around medal in eight years (2006 Bronze, 2007 Silver), making it on to the podium with by .301 points and the highest scoring High Bar routine at 15.933

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: High Bar Troubles

David Belyavskiy (RUS), Jossimar Calvo Moreno (COL), Chaopan Lin (CHN) and even American hopeful Samuel Mikulak suffered defeat at the hands of the High Bar- ouch!

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Kato 2nd in All-Around

Ryohei Kato (JPN) claims silver by .700, missing out on gold by 1.958 points. He had the second highest score on Parallel Bars at 15.300 and the third highest on High Bar at 15.166

2013 Gymnastics World Championship: Uchimura wins All-Around

No one had ever won three

All-Around world titles but now Kohei Uchimura (JPN) has won four straight titles, plus the Olympic title as well. Beating the field

by 1.958 points with a total of 91.990 and scoring over 15 in all six events

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Men’s All Around Final + Awards

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Women’s All Around Final + Awards (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach.

 
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