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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The U.S. Classic, previously known as the CoverGirl Classic and the Secret U.S. Classic, or simply the Secret Classic, through a sponsorship arrangement, is an annual summer gymnastics meet for elite female artistic gymnasts of the United States. The meet occurs before Nationals and is a qualifier for it. In Olympic years, the aforementioned meets along with the U.S. Olympic Trials are used for selection to the team. (Performance at selection camps is also considered.)

The senior all-around winners of the U.S. Classic include Dominique Dawes (1993), Nastia Liukin (2005), and Aly Raisman (2011, 2012).[1][2]

Past champions

Following is a list of past senior elite and junior elite champions of the U.S. Classic:[3]

U.S. Classic Champions
Year Location Senior Champion Junior Champion
1983 Diane Durham Tracey Butler
1984 Niagara Falls, NY Tracee Talavera Susie Silverman
1985 Atlanta, GA Sabrina Mar Jennifer Barton
1986 Scottsdale, AZ Doe Yamashiro Sheryl Dundas (A)
Catherine Williams (B)
1987 Minneapolis, MN
1988 Athens, GA Phoebe Mills Juliet Bangerter (A)
Shannon Miller (B)
1989 San Antonio, TX Juliet Bangerter Kim Zmeskal (A)
Laura Segundo (B)
1990 Saginaw, MI Agnia Simpkins Larissa Fontaine (A)
Amy Shelton (B)
1991 Huntington Beach, CA Kim Kelly Anne Woynerowsky (A)
Judy Esmero (B)
1992 Knoxville, TN Wendy Bruce Kristie Powell (A)
Doni Thompson (B)
1993 Austin, TX Dominique Dawes Kristi Lichey
1994 Palm Springs, CA Amanda Borden Katie Teft
1995 Birmingham, AL Jaycie Phelps Robin Phelps
1996 Colorado Springs, CO Jennie Thompson Kristin Jensen
1997 Seattle, WA Lindsay Wing Kristin Thome
1998 San Antonio, TX Jennie Thompson Morgan White
1999 Rochester, NY Sierra Sapunar Kristal Uzelac
2000 Tulsa, OK Vanessa Atler Kristal Uzelac
2001 Pomona, CA Tasha Schwikert Carly Patterson
2002 Virginia Beach, VA Annia Hatch Carly Patterson
2003 San Antonio, TX Courtney Kupets Nastia Liukin
2004 Rochester, NY Tia Orlando Ashley Priess
2005 Virginia Beach, VA Nastia Liukin Ashley Priess
2006 Kansas City, MO Ashley Priess
Natasha Kelley
Shawn Johnson
2007 Battle Creek, MI Bridget Sloan Rheagan Courville
2008 Houston, TX Ashley Stott Jordyn Wieber
2009 Des Moines, IA Olivia Courtney Kyla Ross
2010 Chicago, IL Mattie Larson Jordyn Wieber
2011 Chicago, IL Aly Raisman Kyla Ross
2012 Chicago, IL Aly Raisman Simone Biles
2013 Hoffman Estates, IL Kyla Ross Bailie Key
2014 Hoffman Estates, IL Simone Biles Jordan Chiles
2015 Hoffman Estates, IL Simone Biles Laurie Hernandez
2016 Hartford, CT Aly Raisman Irina Alexeeva
2017 Hoffman Estates, IL Alyona Shchennikova Emma Malabuyo
2018 Columbus, OH Simone Biles Leanne Wong
2019 Louisville, KY Simone Biles Konnor McClain
2020 Hartford, CT Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the USA [4]
2021 Indianapolis, IN Simone Biles Katelyn Jong

Sponsorships

In recent years the U.S. Classic has been sponsored by various companies, and the event is typically named for the sponsoring company. Below is a list of past and present sponsors of the event, as well as the official name of the event during the period of sponsorship:

Year Sponsor Event Name
2009–2011 CoverGirl CoverGirl Classic
2012–2016 Secret Secret U.S. Classic[5]
2018–Present GK Elite Sportswear GK Classic[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "U.S. Classic Results". usagym.org. Retrieved May 5, 2013.
  2. ^ "Raisman and Biles Win Titles at the Secret U.S. Classic". usagym.org. May 26, 2012. Retrieved April 30, 2013.
  3. ^ USA Gymnastics. "U.S. Classic Results".
  4. ^ "USA Gymnastics will not hold national championships in 2020, sets 2021 meets". NBC Sports. May 12, 2020.
  5. ^ USA Gymnastics. "2012 Secret U.S. Classic".
  6. ^ "World, Olympic, U.S. champions expected to compete at 2018 GK U.S. Classic". USA Gymnastics. July 16, 2018.

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