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2017 U.S. National Gymnastics Championships

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 P&G U.S. National Gymnastics Championships
VenueHonda Center
LocationAnaheim, California, U.S.
DateAugust 17, 2017 (2017-08-17)―August 20, 2017 (2017-08-20)
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The 2017 P&G U.S. National Gymnastics Championships is the 54th edition of the U.S. National Gymnastics Championships. The competition was held from August 17–20, 2017 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.[1]

Competition schedule

The competition featured Senior and Junior competitions for both women's and men's disciplines. The competition was as follows:[2]

Thursday, August 17: Men's gymnastics — 1 p.m., juniors, and 7 p.m., seniors

Friday, August 18: Women’s gymnastics — 1 p.m., juniors, and 7:30 p.m., seniors

Saturday, August 19: Men’s gymnastics – 12 p.m., juniors, and 5 p.m., seniors

Sunday, August 20: Women’s gymnastics – 11 a.m., juniors, and 3:30 p.m., seniors

Sponsorship

Procter & Gamble, a multinational consumer goods company, is the title sponsor of the event.

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Senior Men
Individual all-around Yul Moldauer Allan Bower Donnell Whittenburg
Floor Yul Moldauer
Eddie Penev
N/A Colin VanWicklen
Pommel horse Alex Naddour Sam Mikulak Allan Bower
Rings Michael Wilner
Marvin Kimble
N/A Donnell Whittenburg
Vault Eddie Penev
Donnell Whittenburg
N/A Alex Powarzynski
Parallel bars Akash Modi Yul Moldauer Donnell Whittenburg
Horizontal bar Marvin Kimble Colin VanWicklen Sam Mikulak
Senior Women
Individual all-around Ragan Smith Jordan Chiles Riley McCusker
Vault Jade Carey N/A
Uneven bars Riley McCusker Ashton Locklear Ragan Smith
Marissa Oakley
Balance beam Ragan Smith Riley McCusker Trinity Thomas
Floor Ragan Smith Jade Carey Trinity Thomas
Junior Women
Individual all-around Maile O'Keefe Emma Malabuyo Kara Eaker
Vault Leanne Wong Maile O'Keefe Emma Malabuyo
Uneven bars Maile O'Keefe Emma Malabuyo Gabby Perea
Balance beam Kara Eaker Maile O'Keefe Adeline Kenlin
Floor Emma Malabuyo Maile O'Keefe Leanne Wong

National team

The top 6 all-around females made the national team. For seniors, this consisted of Ragan Smith, Jordan Chiles. Riley McCusker, Trinity Thomas, Margzetta Frazier, and Morgan Hurd. Additionally, Jade Carey, the vault champion and floor silver medalist, and Ashton Locklear, the uneven bars silver medalist, were also named to the team. For juniors, Maile O'Keefe, Emma Malabuyo, Kara Eaker, Adeline Kenlin, Audrey Davis, and Leanne Wong were the top six all-around finishers. Additionally, uneven bars bronze medalist Gabby Perea was also named to the national team.[3]

Participants

The following individuals are participating in competition:[4]

Senior women Junior women Senior men
Shania Adams Ciena Alipio Donothan Bailey
Elena Arenas Sydney Barros Cameron Bock
Luisa Blanco Annie Beard Allan Bower
Jade Carey Love Birt Antonio Castro
Jordan Chiles Jordan Bowers Adrian de los Angeles
Leah Clapper Audrey Davis Chandler Eggleston
Frida Esparza Kayla DiCello Austin Epperson
Margzetta Frazier Olivia Dunne Trevor Howard
Emily Gaskins Kara Eaker Marvin Kimble
Morgan Hurd Addison Fatta Kyle King
Sydney Johnson-Scharpf Hannah Hagle Jordan Kovach
Ashton Locklear Selena Harris Anthony McCallum
Riley McCusker Olivia Hollingsworth Sean Melton
Victoria Nguyen Madeleine Johnston Sam Mikulak
Marissa Oakley Shilese Jones Akash Modi
Abby Paulson Adeline Kenlin Yul Moldauer
Alyona Shchennikova Sunisa Lee Zack Mollett
Ragan Smith Lillian Lippeatt Alex Naddour
Deanne Soza Lauren Little Stephen Nedoroscik
Kaylany Steele Emma Malabuyo Sean Neighbarger
Trinity Thomas Jay Jay Marshall Brandon Ngai
Abigail Walker Grace McCallum Kanji Oyama
Deiah-Marie Moody Eddie Penev
Maile O'Keefe Alex Powarzynski
Gabby Perea Micahel Reed
Anya Pilgrim Jalon Stephens
Sienna Robinson Christopher Stephenson
Abigail Scanlon Jordan Valdez
JaFree Scott Colin Van Wicklen
Victoria Smirnov Kiwan Watts
Madelyn Williams Matthew Wenske
Leanne Wong Donnell Whittenburg
Michael Wilner
Shane Wiskus
Alex Yoder

References

  1. ^ "2017 P&G Gymnastics Championships Will Come To Anaheim's Honda Center". USA Gymnastics.
  2. ^ "2017 P&G Gymnastics Championships". Honda Center.
  3. ^ "2017 U.S. Women's National Team Named At P&G Championships". FloGymnastics. August 20, 2017.
  4. ^ "54 Women Will Compete At 2017 P&G Championships". pgchamps.com. P&G Gymnastics Championships. Retrieved August 13, 2017.
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