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All Olympia Gymnastics Center

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The All Olympia Gymnastics Center or AOGC is a one-facility gymnastics gym in Calabasas.[1]

The head coaches are 1983 World Vault Champion Artur Akopyan and 1980 Olympian Galina Marinova. Their notable elite gymnasts are 2012 Olympic Champion McKayla Maroney, 2010 World Team Member Mattie Larson and Stanford Cardinal Samantha Shapiro.[2][3]

History

AOGC has had numerous successes at National Level as well as on the International stage, representing Team USA.

AOGC is owned by former Olympic gymnast Galina Marinova and World Champion/Olympian Artur Akopyan. Many of their gymnasts have gotten scholarships to major university’s, competed in the world championships, and Olympics.

In 2010, AOGC had a new member, Junior elite gymnast McKayla Maroney transferred from Gym-Max Gymnastics in Costa Mesa. McKayla competed at the U.S Nationals, placing 3rd in the all-around and winning the Vault. Mattie Larson won the floor at the U.S Nationals and was named to the U.S 2010 World Gymnastics Championships team.

In 2011, Samantha Shapiro ended her elite career, going into Collegiate gymnastics, for UCLA and Stanford. Meanwhile, Maroney was named to the U.S Worlds Squad. She took the team gold and also won the World title on the Vault.

In 2012, McKayla was named to the U.S Olympic Squad. Injured in the leadup to the Olympics, Maroney competed only on her best event, vault. She competed a near-flawless vault during team finals and later won the silver medal on vault.

In 2013, Maroney took the U.S National titles on Floor and Vault and was later named to the 2013 Worlds Squad. She won a gold medal for vault.

Notable Gymnasts & Alumni

McKayla Maroney

Mohini Bhardwaj

Mattie Larson

Samantha Shapiro

Veronica Hults

Alaina Kwan

Kylie Dickson

References

  1. ^ "All Olympia Gymnastics Center". allolympiagym.com. Retrieved 6 March 2014.
  2. ^ "All Olympia Gymnastics Center". plus.google.com. Retrieved 6 March 2014.
  3. ^ "All Olympia Gymnastics Center Camp". savvysource.com. Archived from the original on 6 March 2014. Retrieved 6 March 2014.

External links

This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 00:10
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