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2016 U.S. Olympic Trials (gymnastics)

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2016 U.S. Olympic Trials
VenueSAP Center (W)
Chaifetz Arena (M)
LocationSan Jose, California (W)
St. Louis, Missouri (M)
DateJuly 8–10, 2016 (2016-07-08 – 2016-07-10) (W)
June 23–26, 2016 (2016-06-23 – 2016-06-26) (M)
Competitorssee participants
Websitewww.sanjose2016.com
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The 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials, referred to as the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials, was split into separate events for Women's Artistic Gymnastics and Men's Artistic Gymnastics. The women's event was held from July 8–10, 2016 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California[1] and the men's event was held June 23–26, 2016 at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri.[2]

Venue

The women's event was held at the SAP Center, which has a capacity of up to 19,190 spectators for concerts and hosted the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, which held both women's and men's artistic gymnastics events. It is home to the National Hockey League team, the San Jose Sharks.[3] The men's event was held at Chaifetz Arena.

Promotion

In February 2016, 2008 Olympian Shawn Johnson visited the San Jose area to promote the women's event.[4] 2012 Olympian Jordyn Wieber visited St. Louis to promote the men's event in early June.[2]

Ticket sales

On May 3, 2016, it was revealed that the competition had sold out.[5]

Participants

Name Hometown Club College Nationals[6]
Alyssa Baumann[a]
Plano, TX
WOGA
Florida
(2017–18)
7th
Simone Biles
Spring, TX
World Champions
[b]
1st
Christina Desiderio
Hackettstown, NJ
Parkettes
LSU
(2017–18)
12th
Gabby Douglas
Tarzana, CA
Buckeye
[b]
4th
Brenna Dowell
Odessa, MO
GAGE
Oklahoma
(2014–15)
11th
Rachel Gowey
Urbandale, IA
Chow's
Florida
(2016–17)
9th
Laurie Hernandez
Old Bridge, NJ
MG Elite, Inc.
[b]
3rd
Amelia Hundley
Hamilton, OH
Cincinnati
Florida
(2016–17)
6th
Madison Kocian
Dallas, TX
WOGA
UCLA
(2016–17)
5th
Ashton Locklear
Hamlet, NC
Everest
22nd
Maggie Nichols
Little Canada, MN
Twin City Twisters
Oklahoma
(2016–17)
23rd
Aly Raisman
Needham, MA
Brestyan's
[b]
2nd
Emily Schild
Huntersville, NC
Everest
Georgia
(2017–18)
13th
MyKayla Skinner
Gilbert, AZ
Desert Lights
Utah
(2016–17)
10th
Ragan Smith
Lewisville, TX
Texas Dreams
Oklahoma
(2019–20)
8th
  1. ^ On June 30, Baumann announced she had to withdraw from Olympic Trials due to an elbow injury.[7]
  2. ^ a b c d Athlete turned professional, forfeiting NCAA eligibility

Broadcast

NBC broadcast both nights of competition at Trials.[8]

Results

Final Standings

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women
All-around Simone Biles Laurie Hernandez Aly Raisman
Vault Simone Biles MyKayla Skinner Aly Raisman
Uneven Bars Madison Kocian Ashton Locklear Gabby Douglas
Balance Beam Laurie Hernandez Ragan Smith Aly Raisman
Floor Exercise Simone Biles Aly Raisman Laurie Hernandez
Men
All-around Sam Mikulak Chris Brooks Jacob Dalton
Floor Jacob Dalton Eddie Penev Paul Ruggeri
Pommel horse Alex Naddour
Sam Mikulak
N/A Donothan Bailey
Rings CJ Maestas Donnell Whittenburg Alex Naddour
Vault Jacob Dalton Donnell Whittenburg Sam Mikulak
Parallel bars Chris Brooks Danell Leyva Donnell Whittenburg
Horizontal bar Chris Brooks John Orozco Donnell Whittenburg

Final Scores

Full Olympic Trial scores are as follows:[9]

Rank Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Day Total Total
1st place, gold medalist(s) Simone Biles 16.000 14.950 15.200 15.700 61.850 123.250
16.200 14.900 14.750 15.550 61.400
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Laurie Hernandez 15.150 14.900 15.500 15.300 60.850 121.150
15.150 14.750 15.700 14.700 60.300
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Aly Raisman 15.250 14.450 14.800 15.450 59.950 119.750
15.200 14.300 15.250 15.250 59.800
4 MyKayla Skinner 15.500 14.300 14.850 14.800 59.450 118.600
15.450 14.400 14.500 14.800 59.150
5 Ragan Smith 14.700 14.600 14.900 14.500 58.700 117.750
14.550 14.500 15.300 14.700 59.050
6 Maggie Nichols 15.100 14.550 13.700 14.900 58.250 117.600
15.100 14.600 14.900 14.750 59.350
7 Gabby Douglas 15.100 15.100 13.700 14.650 58.550 117.450
15.000 15.250 14.100 14.550 58.900
8 Madison Kocian 13.900 15.750 14.700 14.250 58.600 117.050
14.000 15.900 13.850 14.700 58.450
9 Amelia Hundley 14.950 14.700 14.100 14.250 58.000 116.850
15.100 14.750 14.400 14.600 58.850
10 Brenna Dowell 14.850 14.900 13.600 14.550 57.900 116.600
15.100 14.950 14.150 14.500 58.700
11 Rachel Gowey 14.400 14.900 14.200 12.900 56.400 114.250
14.900 14.800 14.700 13.450 57.850
12 Christina Desiderio 14.300 13.500 14.400 12.900 56.650 112.150
12.950 13.500 14.650 13.450 55.500
13 Emily Schild 14.950 13.900 12.750 13.800 55.400 111.950
14.700 14.150 14.150 13.550 56.550
14 Ashton Locklear 15.750 13.200 28.950 59.050
15.700 14.400 30.100

Olympic Team selection

Women's team

Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian, and Gabby Douglas were selected to represent the United States at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. MyKayla Skinner, Ragan Smith, and Ashton Locklear were selected as the three alternates.[10]

Men's team

Sam Mikulak was automatically named to the Olympic team after scoring the highest four day all-around total from both Olympic trials and the 2016 National Championships. The selection committee then named Chris Brooks, Alex Naddour, Jacob Dalton, and John Orozco to the team. Danell Leyva, Akash Modi, and Donnell Whittenburg were named as the alternates.[11]

Two weeks after the Olympic Trials Orozco tore his ACL and meniscus. Levya was selected as his replacement.[12]

References

  1. ^ "San Jose becomes 'Gymnastics City USA' July 8-10". USA Gymnastics. June 30, 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Wieber visits St. Louis to promote Men's Olympic Trials and Women's and Jr. Men's P&G Championships". USA Gymnastics. June 10, 2016.
  3. ^ "Official San Jose Sharks Website".
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-21. Retrieved 2016-07-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-21. Retrieved 2016-07-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ https://usagym.org/PDFs/Results/w_16champs_sraa.pdf
  7. ^ "Alyssa Baumann Injured, Withdraws from Olympic Trials - FloGymnastics".
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-08-21. Retrieved 2016-07-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  9. ^ "2016 U.S. Olympic Trials - Women Day 2 Event Results - Multi" (PDF). USA Gymnastics. July 10, 2016.
  10. ^ "Meet Team USA: Gymnastics". NBC Olympic broadcasts. July 10, 2016.
  11. ^ "USA Gymnastics announces 2016 U.S. Olympic Men's Gymnastics Team". USA Gymnastics. June 25, 2016.
  12. ^ "Leyva steps up for second Olympic Games". USA Gymnastics. August 4, 2016.
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