2017 Worlds Championships News
Written by Admin    Thursday, 21 September 2017 06:57    PDF Print
U.S. Selects Women's Team to 2017 Worlds
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U.S. national champion Ragan Smith was named to the team to the 2017 Montreal World Championships, held from Oct. 2-8. She will be joined by Morgan Hurd, Jade Carey and Ashton Locklear. Jordan Chiles is the non-traveling alternate. Read more.
 
Written by dwight normile    Wednesday, 20 September 2017 09:21    PDF Print
Great Britain Names 2017 Worlds Team
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Great Britain announced its team to the 2017 Montreal World Championships, which runs from Oct. 2-8.

Men's team: Max Whitlock, Nile Wilson, Courtney Tulloch, James Hall, Joe Fraser, Dan Purvis.

Women's team: Amy Tinkler, Claudia Fragapane, Alice Kinsella, Georgia-Mae Fenton

 

 
Written by John Crumlish    Saturday, 16 September 2017 13:46    PDF Print
Moldauer: 'We Should All Train To Be Number One'
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Recently crowned U.S. national all-around champion Yul Moldauer is not resting on his laurels as he readies for next month's world championships in Montreal.

Recently crowned U.S. national all-around champion Yul Moldauer is not resting on his laurels as he readies for next month's world championships in Montreal.

Moldauer, who turned 21 on August 26, placed first all-around at last month's P&G (U.S.) Championships in Anaheim.

"We should all train to be number one, and not just because I won should I take a break," said Moldauer, who trains at the University of Oklahoma. "We should all be training to be the top guy."

Following his victory in Anaheim, Moldauer was named to the six-member team for the upcoming world championships. Scheduled for October 2-8, the 2017 World Championships will feature individual all-around and event competition.

Read "American Reboot," a 10-page report on the P&G Championships, and an eight-page World Championships preview, in the September 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine. To subscribe to the print and/or digital editions, click here.

 
Written by Admin    Wednesday, 13 September 2017 11:23    PDF Print
McCusker Pulls Out of Worlds Training Camp
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Riley McCusker (MG Elite), who placed third all-around at the 2017 P&G Championships, has withdrawn from the training camp for the 2017 Montreal World Championships. Read more.
 
Written by John Crumlish    Friday, 08 September 2017 16:56    PDF Print
'There Is A Lot More Work Ahead,' Hrimèche Says
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Featured in the September 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine, Zachari Hrimèche of France told IG that winning this year's French national all-around title has strengthened his training ethic as he prepares for next month's World Championships in Montreal.

Featured in the September 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine, Zachari Hrimèche of France told IG that winning this year's French national all-around title has strengthened his training ethic as he prepares for next month's world championships in Montreal.

Hrimèche, 20, was an alternate to France's team at last summer's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and is looking ahead to his world championships debut. He finished eighth all-around at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing.

"[The national title] has rebooted me and given me desire to go further still, because I know there is a lot more work ahead before going to compete with the top world level," said Hrimèche, who placed fourth on vault at this spring's European Championships in Cluj-Napoca. "But this is my goal." Read "Fearless Frenchman," an interview with Zachari Hrimèche, in the September 2017 issue of International Gymnast magazine; and "French Force," a cover story on 2017 European all-around bronze medalist Mélanie De Jesus Dos Santos of France, in the July/August 2017 issue. To subscribe to the print and/or digital editions of International Gymnast magazine, or order back issues, click here.

 


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