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USA Gymnastics Team for 2014 World Championships

Simone Biles (Charles LeClaire/USA TODAY Sports)

INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 17, 2014 – Reigning U.S. and world all-around champion Simone Biles of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre, and 2012 Olympic team gold-medalist Kyla Ross of Aliso Viejo, Calif./Gym-Max, headline the seven-woman U.S. 190 more words


Biles, Ross Lead U.S. World Championships Team

This evening, USA Gymnastics announced the U.S. team that will be sent to World Championships in Nanning, China this October.

2013 World Champion and two-time national champion Simone Biles of World Champions Centre headlines the team alongside 2012 Olympic champion and three-time World silver medalist Kyla Ross of Gym-Max. 278 more words

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Playing Martha: Figuring Out the U.S. Worlds Team

The U.S. senior women will head to the ranch on Monday for the World Championships selection camp.

Of the 13 senior women who competed at national championships, all will be in attendance but Maggie Nichols, who dislocated her kneecap on floor at Pan Ams. 1,543 more words

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Thoughts on the 2014 US World Gymnastics Team

With the Worlds Team Selection Camp just a week away, all the gym talk lately is on who will be selected to compete for Team USA in Nanning, China in October.  495 more words

Simone Biles Defends U.S. National Title

Simone Biles of World Champions Centre won the all-around title at the 2014 P&G Championships, earning a 122.55 to easily defend her title.

Kyla Ross from Gym-Max took the silver medal with a 118.3, while Twin City Twisters’ Maggie Nichols earned the bronze with a 117.9. 2,152 more words

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2014 P&G Championships: Seniors Day 1

The senior competition at the 2014 P&G Championships got underway at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn., today with Simone Biles leading in the all-around with a 61.8. 1,596 more words

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2014 Secret US Classic: Routines to Watch (Seniors)

This past weekend’s Secret US Classic has officially kicked the elite competitive season into full swing here in the United States.

The meet, which most juniors and some seniors use to qualify to the P&G US National Championships, was exciting to watch.  767 more words