P&G Gymnastics Championships Tickets
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The USA Gymnastics National Championships, more popularly known as the P&G Gymnastics Championships will be holding its annual competition at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Some of the most talented senior and junior division gymnasts from around the country will be showcasing unbelievable gymnastic routines at the four-day event. Returning champions at this year's P&G Gymnastics include 2013 and 2014's men's AA and women's AA champions, Sam Mikulak and Simone Biles, respectively. This year, members of the men's senior national team who will be competing for the title win include Donothan Bailey, Allan Bower, Jake Dalton, Marvin Kimble, Steven Legendre, Danell Leyva, Akash Modi, Alex Naddour, John Orozco, Paul Ruggeri III, Donnell Whittenburg, Kevin Wolting, Brandon Wynn and Alec Yoder. The women's senior national team includes Alyssa Baumann, Nia Dennis, Madison Desch, Gabriella Douglas, Brenna Dowell, Rachel Gowey, Felicia Hano, Amelia Hundley, Bailie Key, Madison Kocian, Aston Locklear and MyKayla Skinner. The upcoming event not only includes senior men's and women's national teams, but also junior teams that consist of 3 levels. The first level has junior gymnasts aged from 11 to 12 years. The second level has gymnasts aged 13 to 14, while the third level i.e. the juniors national team comprises talented gymnasts aged 15 to 16. To watch these incredibly gifted gymnasts showcase skill, talent, finesse and control, purchase P&G Gymnastics Championships tickets.
The USA Gymnastics National Championships began in 1963. However before 1971, the national governing body in America was the Amateur Athletic Union which meant that the USA Gymnastics became America's national gymnasts' competition after 1971. Its champions before 1971 aren't accredited as being national champions. Before 1987, the annual gymnastics competition was called the USA Gymnastics after which its name was changed as per the sponsors. The winner of the last USA Gymnastics event include men's AA Champion, Tim Daggett and women' AA Champion, Jennifer Sey. From 1987 to 1988, the USA Gymnastics was named McDonald's US Gymnastics Championship. In 1992, it was called Phar-Mor US Gymnastics Championships. From 1993 till 1996, it became Coca-Cola National Championships. Then from 1997 till 2000, it went by the name John Hancock US Gymnastics Championships. From 2004 till 2012, VISA was the official sponsor of the competition (VISA Championships) and recently, Procter & Gamble have taken over as the sponsors.
Over the years, the P&G Gymnastics Championships have made their way to various states across America. Events were held in Illinois, Tennessee, Iowa, California, Nevada, Louisiana, Ohio, New York, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Texas, Colorado, Utah, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Minnesota. Records established since the game began include the record for the most number of titles won by a gymnast, which is currently held by Blaine Wilson with consecutive wins from 1996 to 2000. Gymnasts John Roethlisberger and Joan Moore rank second with four wins each to their name. Paul Hamm, Kim Zmeskal and Kurt Thomas rank third with three titles each. Alicia Sacramone holds the feat of winning the most titles in a single event i.e. six time winner of the vault competitions from 2005 to 2012.
2014's top three athletes from the women's event were Simone Biles (winner of the senior women's championship title), Kyla Ross (runner-up) and Brenna Dowell (third place holder). Individual event won by these gymnasts included Simone Biles dominating floor and vault exercise and Ross winning the balance team event. For the men's senior championship, winners included Sam Mikulak (title holder), John Orozco (runner-up gymnast) and Jacob Dalton (third place holder). While John Orozco won the high bar event, Mikulak dominated on the pommel horse and Jacob Dalton won the floor exercise. Other winners from 2014's P&G Gymnastics Championships include still rings men's winner, Brandon Wynn, parallel bars winner Danell Leyva and uneven bars women's winner Ashton Locklear. To witness the national gymnastics showcase, buy P&G Gymnastics Championships tickets.
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