After signing a letter of intent to Oklahoma last November, Danielle Sievers is excited and ready to join one of the best college gymnastics teams in the country.
Helen Hu knows her gymnastics career will expire when she graduates college. But with diligent offseason training, she is ready to break even more records in her second season at Missouri.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — It’s one way to describe gymnast Cole Armagost, who reminisced about the time he wanted to learn how to do a backflip, so naturally he was determined to teach himself how to do it. “When I was eleven, I really wanted to learn how to do a backflip. After my mom found […]
Whether it happens this season or next season, VAME gymnastics has its sights set on a top-five finish at state.
Pete Walker, a William & Mary alum who was involved in gymnastics as both a student and a coach at the college, and his wife, Cindy, own Williamsburg Gymnastics. The couple are spearheading a social media campaign to help save William & Mary’s gymnastics program after the college cut the program.
The College of William & Mary announced its plan to discontinue seven varsity athletics programs following the 2020-21 school year. The programs that will be affected are men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball.
Having discovered her talent at age 4, Kansas City gymnast Tessa Brocker, 10, has the focus, drive and determination to spend another eight years training to nab a spot on the U.S. National Team to compete in the 2028 Olympics.
Middletown, Del. native Morgan Hurd was hoping her hot start to 2020 would get her on the USA Gymnastics team for the Tokyo Olympic Games, but her quest will have to wait until 2021.