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Shawn Johnson and Jonathan Horton won the 2007 Tyson American Cup in Jacksonville, Fla., March 3, beating an impressive field tha t included athletes from 14 countries and eight medalists from the 2006 World Championships.


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nside USA gymnastics SA Gymnastics started March off with a bang when ille, Fla., hosted a very successful Tyson American Cup on Mar(lh 3. Competing before an enthusiastic crowd and a na 'on ide audience on NBC Sports, the USA's Shawn Johnson and Jonathan Horton captured the prestigious titles ahead of an impressive field that included eight medalists from the 2006 World Championships. We congratulate all of the participants on an exciting event, especially all of the USA Gymnastics athletes who represented the country at the highest level. We would also like to thank all of the volunteers and our partners in Jacksonville for an exceptional event, especially the local gymnastics clubs that attended in force. Legendary coach Bela Karolyi also joined us in Jacksonville to kick off the second annual Tyson Fitness Challenge and the drive to raise $1 million for the Children's Miracle Network by 2008. The Tyson Fitness Challenge has two goals: helping today's kids get more physically fit and helping kids who need help by raising money for the Children's Miracle Network. Geared toward young people ages 4-16, the program is about increasing their fitness activities through the professional environments of the gymnastics clubs, as well as teaching them about a well-balanced diet. The announcement was made at Wolfson Children's Hospital, one of two Children's Miracle Network hospitals in Jacksonville, and we had the opportunity to meet two of the local Miracle children, Whitney Pinson and Saylor Kirkpatrick. Both girls have ties to gymnastics and have been helped by a hospital that is a part of the Children's Miracle Network. Whihley was a competitive gymnast prior to her illness, and Saylor is enrolled in gymnastics classes. Saylor entertained a crowd of media and gym club owners when she performed a forward roll for Karolyi. Spending time with Saylor and Whitney underscored why the fundraising part of the Tyson Fitness Challenge is important and why we hope that the entire gymnastics community will become a part of the initiative this year. These two, and many kids like them, have persevered through some tough times and the assistance they received through their Children's Miracle Network hospitals is making a difference in their lives. USA Gymnastics first began raising funds for the Children's Miracle Network in 2001 as part of National Gymnastics Day, and in that time, we have raised more than $645,000. The Tyson Fitness Challenge became the platform to raise funds in 2006, and the great thing about the Children's Miracle Network is that the funds raised by our gymnasts and gym clubs benefit children right in their own community. The gymnastics community has proven time and again what can be accomplished when we work together for a common goal. Please join me in helping us achieve our goal of $1 million by the summer of 2008. Through this common effort, we will be impacting the lives of many young people. See you in the gym.

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son American Cup all-around titles in Jacksonville, Fla., March 3. Fifteen-year-old Jo~ m s n was competing for the first time as a senior and Horton, 21, won his second co secutive title at this event. "This was an experience I'll never forget," said Johnson, the 2006 U.S. junior all-around champion. "I loved hearing the crowd and I love the pressure because it makes me want to do better." "I was more relaxed today and I tried to stay calm," Horton said. "I knew that if I was on, I could win. This win is different from last year because I knew I had the abili ty to win." 2006 team world silver-medalist Natasha Kelley of Katy, Texas,


finished second in the all-around with a score of 61.450 to Johnson's 62.050. Mexico's Elsa Garcia was third with a 60.200. Kelley, 17, said, "It was a really good experience and helped my confidence level." Horton won with a 92 .750 and Takuya Nakase of Japan placed second with a score of 92.150. Russia's Maxim Devyatovs ky was third, fo llowed by 2006 pommel horse ~



world bron ze-medali st Alexander Artemev, 21, who finished fourth . Devyatovsky and akase finished fifth and sixth all-around at the 2006 World Championships, respectively. The U.S. Women's Team began the competition with two strong vaults from Johnson and Kelley. Johnson earned the highest vault score of the day for her Yurchenko double full with a 15.325 and Kelley posted a 14.950 for her Yurchenko one-and-a-half, placing third after the first rotation. Johnson's 15.750 on bars kept her in the lead with a score of 31.075. \,(/ith strong execution on vault and bars, Garcia was second after two events widl a score of 30.300. Kelley missed a Hindorf release on bars to score 14.975, putting her in third. Kelley came back strong in round three to turn in dle top performance on beam, earning the highest women's score of the competition with a 16.250. Johnson fell on a layout, pike back series to earn a 15.450, and was able to maintain her lead in dle all-around. Kelley'S score moved her into second place, just .350 behind Johnson.



On floor, Johnson hit a beautiful routine to score a 15.525 and Kelley finished her competition strong as well, earning a 15.275. Harron got a much better start on his first event, pommel horse, than during dle prelims competition. After earning a 15.550 on rings, Horton jumped from third to lead dle men's field after Wee events. His 15.900 was dle highest score on floor exercise for me men. A powerful, 16.200 vault from D evyatovsky moved him into me lead widl a 61.800. Horton was close behind wim 61.650. Artemev held on to his fourdl-place all-around standing after earning a score of 15.550 on vault. The last gynulast to perform on parallel bars, Horton scored a 15.750 to build a .1 50-point lead over Devyatovsky heading into high bar, me last event of dle competition. Horton's high-flying horizontal bar routine earned a score of 15.350 to clinch his second straight Tyson American Cup tide.

Women's Qualification The international field at this year's event was quite impressive, wim six of the gymnasts finishing in dle top 24 all-around at me 2006 \'(10rld Championships. Despite me inlpressive lineup, dle U.S. women dominated dle qualification competition, sweeping first waugh fifdl in dle all-around. Ukraine's Dariya Zgoba grabbed an early lead after the first roration scoring a 15.800 on bars, dle highest score on this event. Also on bars, Bianca Flohr, 16, was second after round one widl her 15.650 which included a stuck double layout dismount. China's Zhou Zhuoru was third with a 15.50. Fifteen-year-old Samanma Peszek, who started on vault, was fourm after round one scoring dle high mark on this event for her double twisting Yurchenko, 15.250. Mexico's E lsa Garcia grabbed me lead after two rounds of competition wim consistent scores on vault and bars, 15.000 and 15.550, respectively. Kelley moved up to second after an impressive bar routine dlat scored a 15.650. Johnson, who started out slow on vault, scoring a 14.85, moved up to dlird after hitting a nice bar routine, complete widl a double twisting, double layout dismount. Johnson and Flohr tied for dllid all-around, while 16-yearold Shayla Worley and Peszek were tied for fifdl all-around. Worley showed great difficulty on bars wim a start value of 6.70, however, she sat down her double front dismount and scored a 15.350. (note: Worley was called in to replace 2006 World Championships silver medalist Jana Bieger, who injured her ankle on a tumbling pass on dle first day of podium training.) Johnson moved into me lead after mree rounds of competition showing an impressive floor routine wim a double twisting double back mount to score a 15.650, me highest score on this event. Peszek moved into secor1cl after round wee, also showing a floor routine, including a double twisting, double back mount to earn dle second-highest score on this event, 15.500. Kelley and Worley were dlird and fourdl after d1tee tounds of competition while Flohr was fifm. During me last rotation, Johnson hit a solid beam routine, highlighted by a new standing tuck full and a full twisting double back di smount. She scored a 16.100 to clinch the preliminary competition with a score of 62.100. Kelley moved up to second, also hitting a nice beam routine including a sta nding full and a sta nding Arabian to score a 15.550 and an all-around total of 61.200. Worley finished up strong on beam to score a 15.350 and place third all-around. Flohr's last event was floor and she hit a nice routine, scoring 15.300 and finishing fourdl all-around. Peszek dropped from second all-around to fifth due to a few wobhles on beam and an overtime deduction of .30. However, she showed a new double Arabian dismount, which was a highlight of her routine. ~

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China's Lu Bo took the early lead in the all-around after one round of competition, scoring a 15.45 on rings, followed by Ho rton and Canada's Adam Wong, who both showed strong performances with scores of 15.40 and 15.35 on rings. After round two of competition, Belarus' D zmitry Savitski grabbed d1e lead with his scores of 14.00 on pommel horse and 15.70 on rings. USi\'s Guillermo Alvarez and !\rtemev were second and third, respectively. Alvarez had the high score of the competition on pommel horse, 14.550. At the midway point of the competition, Savitski was o n top with a score of 44.950 followed closel y by Bo, Germany's Fabian Hambuechen and Alvarez in a three-way tie for second with 44.500. Horton began his climb back to the top o n vault, following a rough pommel ho rse routi ne. After three rounds o f competiti on, H o rto n had moved up to eighth place. After four rounds of competition, Savitski held on to d1e lead with a nice vault, scoring 15.400. Alvarez grabbed second place with a Yurchenko double twist scoring 15.700. Lu Bo was dllid. Jonad1an H orton continued his climb with a strong performance on d1e parallel bars (15.600) tying Lu Bo with the high score on dus event. 2006 \Xforld Championslups allaround bronze-medalist Hambuechen's big scores on floor and high bar of Women's Qualification Round (Top 8 wilh a limit of two per couniTy advance 10 finals) 15.150 and 15.700 pushed him to the top, \\riruung d1e prelinlinary round of v••1t III" INm Floor 6.200 competition \\~ th a 90.750 A 5.800 6.200 6.900 B· 9.410 8.850 9.500 9100 Horton fini shed second overall with NO: a score of 90.150. His lughest scores final: 14.650 .. 15100 15.650 16.100 of d1e day were vault and parallel 2. tlalasha Kelley A: 5500 6.600 6.800 6.000 9.150 9.350 9.050 USA B: 8.750 bars, where he earned a NO: 15.600 o n each. 15.150 Final 14.850 15.650 15.550 He also showed J. \haylaWoney A6100 6.600 6.000 5500 B: 8.650 B.750 9.200 USA 9.400 an oLltstand -0.100 tID Ing high bar 15.100 final: 14.900 15.350 15.350 rou tine with 4. B~n(a Roh, A: 6.200 5.900 5500 6.300 B: 9.450 9.400 USA 9100 8600 6.10 difficulty, NO: complete with Final 14.700 15.610 14.900 15300 three release moves A: 5.800 5.BOO 6.300 6.000 5. Samantha Peszek B: 9.450 9.200 9.500 UIA 8.550 -a layout Kovacs, Kolman and NO: -0.300 Kovacs - to score a 15.350 and Final: 15150 15.000 14550 15.500 he had the highest floor score of A: 6. Elsa Garcia 5.sOO 6.300 6.300 6.000 B: 9.500 9.150 8.150 8.350 MEX the day with a 15.500. NO: Artemev, who had rlifficulty 11550 14.350 Rnal: 15.000 14550 o n pommel horse and parallel 7. Elyse Hopfuer-Hlbbs A: 6.100 6.400 6.000 5000 9.100 8.200 CAN B 9350 8.800 bars, fini shed stro ng on floor, NO: 15.200, and high bar, 15.300, 15.200 Rnal: 14.350 15.200 1.4.200 to pm him d1ird with a score 8. lhou lhuoru A 5.000 6.300 6.600 5500 B· 9.100 9.000 9.200 7350 of 90.100. H e also did a nice CHH NO Yurchenko two and half twist Final: 14.000 15.500 14.600 13.950 o n va ult to sco re a 16.1 50. A· 6200 6.000 5.700 9. Dana lou .. 5.800 Takuya fini shed fourd1 with a B· 7.BOO 8.700 AU\ 8.650 7.900 NO: score of 89.800. Final 14450 14.000 14.400 13900 Alvarez had a strong showing k 5.000 7.000 6.700 5.400 10. Oanya 19oba and an extremely consistent day UKR 8: 7.750 8.900 8.000 8.350 In competition un til his last NO· -0.100 -0.300 Final· 12.750 15BOO 14.700 13450 event, floor exercise, where an 5.BOO 11. Knuina Pravdina A 5.000 6.400 6.800 unexpected nus take and a score RUS B: 8.950 7.BOO 7.100 8.550 of 14.500 cost him one of d1e NO: ·0.100 -0.500 final: 13.950 14.100 Il900 13.850 U.S. qualifying positio ns and A: 5.000 5100 6.100 12. Kyoko Oshima 5.400 dropped him into fifth place in B: 8.100 7.150 JPN 8.450 8.250 d1e all-around rankings with a NO· -0.100 score of 89.400. final: 11100 12750 14550 13.650 Raj Bhavsar, performed 1i. Andieea GngDIe A: 5.000 5.300 6.300 5.1XXl B 8.800 7.600 7.000 8.BOO ROM a t1.Ice handspring front saito NO stretched with o ne-a nd-half Final 13.800 12.900 llJOO 13.800 twist vault to score a 15.600, A: 5.000 5.400 5100 5.000 14. Kalla Abel B: 9 400 8.950 6.150 8.150 GER hi s highest score of the day. NO -0.300 -0.500 Bhavsa r, who unfortunatel y Final 14«10 14010 11.950 12650 came down with the flu d1e day A 0.000 6.100 0.000 15. Daniel'" Englert 0.000 prior to competition, put in a 8: 0.000 8.300 0000 0.000 lUi deternuned effort to fini sh d1e NO: Final. 0.000 14.400 0.000 0.000 meet in spite of Ius illness. ~ 16.Nathal~Sanchez





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end with Sender," Townsend said. "(But) I didn't pay much attention to the rankings. I wanted to make a good impression on the committee and show that I am a contender for the world team. It was a good start for the competitive season." Sender, who led in the standings after day one, came in second all-around and topped the vault rankings, scoring a 32.80 on the event over Jimmy Wickham of Ohio State, who earned a 32.55. Alvarez was the only gymnast to place in the top three on more than one event, earning third on vault with a 31.90 and second on pommel horse with a 29.55. Yewki Tomita of Team Chevron claimed the win on pommel horse with 30.55, and David Durante of Team Chevron rounded out the top 3 with a 29.30. HGA/GymMasters' Michael Reavis won the individual event title on floor exercise, scoring a 30.50. Jonathon Horton of the University of Oklahoma and Paul Ruggeri III of Central New York Gymnastics Center were close behind, both scoring a 29.80. For horizontal bar, Joseph Hagerty of Team Chevron posted the top score with a combined total of 30.20. Dylan Carney of Stanford and Willie Ito of Ohio State closed out the top three with a 29.80 and 29.60, respectively. Kevin Tan showed his supreme sh'ength on rings by earning the highest scores on the event for both days, 16.30 and 16.00, for a two-day total of 32.30. Close behind were Sean Golden of HGA / GymMasters with a 31.20 and Raj Bhavsar of Team Chevron with a 30.95. Following the meet, six spots on the U.S. Senior National Team were named based on the National Team Points System used at the meet. Townsend, Hagerty and Tomita won automatic berths on the team for being the top tlu'ee point-getters. After consideration by the Men's Program Committee, McNeill, Bhavsar and Golden were added to the national team. Later, the Men's Program Committee added ~ PHOTOS · (TOP LEFT) MINKUS IMAGES(TOP RIGHT) CASEY GIBSON (BOTTOM) STEVE LANGE

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University of Oklahoma's Jamie Henderson and University of Illinois' Justin Spring to the national team. The competition took place Feb. 8 and 10 at the Las Vegas Sports Center in Las Vegas and and was broadcast live at the time of the meet via an online webcast at 13


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Eighteen-year-old Lisa Wang of Buffalo Grove, III. , won the senior division at the 2007 Rhythmic Challenge, Feb. 18, in Colorado Springs, Colo., earning a score of 58 .350. She said, "Jr felt great! I was really confident going into the competition because I have been working so hard to prepare for this season. I'm happy that I was able to perform consistently and show almost all of the new things I have been working on. " When asked if this was the first time she'd won the Rhythmic Challenge all-around tirle, Wang said, "Yes. Jr is my first win at the Rhythmic Challenge. Winning the Visa Championships last August really gave me a big boost of confidence, and just made me want to train even harder. That's exactly what I did, and I'm thrilled that it paid off at this competition." Behind Wang with 56.400 points was Julie Zerlin of LISA WANG Bethesda, Md., in second place. Zetlin, 16, trains at Rhythmflex and is coached by Olga Kutuzonva. Fifteenyear-old Rachel Marmer of Los Angeles, who was competing as a senior for the first time, placed third all-around with a score of 54.525. Marmer trains at Hollywood Academy with her coach Yelena Chshukareva. Ava Gehringer, 17, of Evanston, III. , placed fourth with a score of 54.025. Gehringer trains at North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center and is coached by Natasha K1imouk and Dani Takova. In the junior division, 13-year-old Marlee Shape of Buffalo Grove, III. , led the junior field with 52.950 points. Shape trains at North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center. Anastasia Torba of Orinda, Calif., placed second with her score of 47.775, while Savannah Reynolds of Van Nuys, Calif. , finished third with a score of 44.250. Tyler Rosemond of Fresh Meadows, N.Y. , placed fourth with 43.700 points. Fifteen gymnasts from six states participated in the event, with the seniors competing in rope, hoop, ribbon and clubs, while the juniors competed in rope, hoop, ribbon and ball.


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Did you tn) anything new during the competition? ~: I didn't attempt anything new for this competition, I got three completely new routings for this season and, for the last few months, I've just been trying to peliect every step. Q - What was yoU!- best event and why? (4. : My best event was hoop. I absolutely love my music and my routine and I think that shil1ed through in my pelfonnance. I nailed fill of my tosses and most of my elements as well. Q,. Is it helpful to just concentrate on training vs_school and training? I just graduated early from high school alld It is much eflilier to concentrate without school, When I travel, I don't have to worry about homework or tests anymore; I can now focu s all of my attention on my gtjll1nastics.




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e process of reha bi litation from injury and surgery is often fraught not only physical pain/discomfort, but also emotional and mental discomfort. Frustration, and anxiety are often common (and normal) responses to physical injury and pain. It is I _nr\r1'::.nt to recognize that you have control over some, not all, of your body's response and . This brief article will help you keep the mental focus and positive emotional response IneleaE~a to facilitate healing. ~




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positive aspects of rehabilitation and recovery, you create more confidence and

belief in your care., ,

• Keep a Journal -

Writing down your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about your recovery and care is important. Often, just the process of writing will alleviate the amount of emotional distress you may experience; sometimes just "getting it out" will help to heal. By acknowledging the normal and adaptive nature of feelings such as frustration and fear, we can "see"that our response is normal, and not continue to exacerbate the feelings. Also, the journal is a vehicle to describe your goals for recovery, and to discuss the positive aspects of recovery (e.g. increased range of motion or pain-free movement). By reinforcing positive aspects of rehabilitation and recovery, you create more confidence and belief in your care.

Set Daily Goals - Every day, write down your goals for rehabilitation. Even if the goal is 2-5 degrees increased range of motion, write it down. It may seem small, but the accomplishment of the goal will create a positive sense of control and confidence. As your rehab progresses, get clarity from your physician and physical therapist/trainer regarding REALISTIC daily goals. Even if your daily goal is to do 3-5 ice treatments for 20 minutes each time, write it down, then when you have accomplished the goal, you will feel positive progress toward your final goal of mobility and movement.

these cards daily, usually in the morning (to create a positive mindset), right before rehab exercises/appointments (to facilitate belief in ability and focus), and in the nighttime before bed (to reaffirm belief and refocus for the next day). By simple review (looking at each card and reading it to yourself), you can rehearse and create a belief and focus that will keep you positive during the day, even during difficult (e.g. pain) days. When you are getting closer to coming back to practice, start to visualize yourself doing your specific sport skills (e.g. a dismount off beam or rings).

Humor Helps! - Whatever you need to create a laugh or smile can be used to facilitate relaxation and focus. By watching a video or listening to a comedian on a CD, you can generate a "refocusing" tool that relaxes your body and allows for positive reflection. I have found that often patients find "accidentally" how humor can help relieve stress and tension.

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Below is a list of camps scheduled for 2007 in the United States. ALABAMA Auburn Gymnastics Camp • City: Auburn Website: Camp Fliptastic At Head Over Heels • City: Birmingham Website: Headstart Compulsory Camp • City: Mobile Website: Planet Day Camps • City: Mobile Website: Planet Olympic Summer Camp • City: Mobile Website:

ALASKA Summer Camp Of Champions • City: Anchorage Website: arcticgym .com

ARIZONA Camp Xtreme At Mingus Springs • City: Scottsdale Website: FunToFlip Summer Camp • City: Tempe Website: funtoflip.comlhtmVspeciaLevents.html#Camp Lady Razorback Gym Camp • City: Fayetteville Website: UttIe Rippers Summer Camp • City: Tempe Website: Pommel Horse Ranch Camp • City: Prescott Valley Website: Xtreme Gymnastics & Cheer • City: Scottsdale Website:

CALIFORNIA 2007 Cal Gymnastics Camp . City: Berkeley Website:



AcroSports • City: San Francisco Website: Bay Island Gymnastics Camps • City: Oakland Website: Byers Kinder Camp • City: Roseville Website: Cal Elite Summer Camp • City: Rancho Santa Margarita Website: California Sports Center Summer Camps - Great Oaks • City: San Jose Website: California Sports Center Summer Camps - Malone • City: San Jose Website: California Sports Center Summer Camps - Race Sl • City: San Jose Website: California Sports Center Summer Camps - Ross • City: San Jose Website: California Sports Center Summer Camps - Santa Clara • City: Santa Clara Website: CCGI Super Clinid • City: Visalia Website: Camp Flips • City: EI Cajon Website: Champions Academy Summer Camp • City: Morgan Hill Website: CAUSA. US Club Champion's Champ Camp 2007 • City: Pasaedena Website: Diamond Elite Gymnastics Summer Fun • City: Chino Website: Golden Bear Gymnastics Camp • City: Berkeley Website: calbears. Gold Coast Gymnastics • City: Ventura Website: Golden State Gymnastics' Fantastically Fun Summer Camp • City: Burbank Website

Gymnastics Beat • City: Fresno Website: Gymnastics North • City: Lompoc Website: Los Angeles School Of Gymnastics Day Camp • City: Culver City Website: Le Club Gymnastics • City: Chatsworth Website: Payke Summer Day Camp • City: South Pasadena Website: Peninsula Gymnastics • City: San Mateo Website: Performance Athletics Summer Camp • City: San Luis Obispo Website: Santa Cruz Future Stars Camp • City: Santa Cruz Website: SCATS Gymnastics • City: Huntington Beach Website: Stanford Gymnastics Camp For Boys • City: Stanford Website: jdrgymnastics.coml Stanford Gymnastics Camp For Girts • City: Stanford Website: Stars Athletic Foundation Tramp Camp • City: San Gabriel Website: Woodward West • City: Tehachapi Website:

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5280 Gymnastics • CitY: Wheat Ridge Website: CATS SuperCamps • City: Boulder Website: catsgym .com

Gym Plus Rocky Mountain Team Challenge Camp • City: Granby Website: Peak Ten Gymnastics Camp • City: Breckenridge Phone: 602-703-3299 Rocky Mountain Training Camp . City: Colorado Springs Website: Snow Shadow Gymnastics High Altitude CrossTraining • City: Montrose Phone: 970-252-1191

CONNECTICUT Camp JCC • City: Bridgeport Website: Lady Razorback Gym Camp • City: Fayetteville Website: New England School Of Gymnastics • City: South Windsor Website: The Little Gym Of Norwalk . City: Norwalk Website:


Sun Country • City: Gainesville Website: Tampa Bay Turners Team Camp • City: St. Petersburg Website: Tropical Twisters Summer Camp • City: Cape Coral Phone: 239-540-9800

University Of Iowa Hawkeye Boys' Gymnastics Camp • City: Iowa City Website:

KENTUCKY Champion Team Summer Camp • City: Louisville Phone: 502-266-7447

GEORGIA Canton Gymnastics Academy . City: Canton Phone: 770-720-2653 City Of Kennesaw Parks & Recreation • City: Kennesaw Website: Decatur - DeKalb YMCA • City: Decatur Website: Gym South Gymnastics And Cheerleading • City: Fayetteville Website: The Little Gym Of N. Atlanta . City: Roswell Website: Vidalia Gymnastics • City: Vidalia Website:

Diamond Gymnastics Summer Camp • City: New Castle Phone: 302-324-8001



Hawaiian Holiday • City: Honolulu Website:

College Recruitment Camp • City: Orlando Website: IDAHO Flairs Gymnastics Camp • City: Davie High Performance Training Camp (HPTC) • City: Website: Coeur D' Alene Website: Flip Coty Gymnastics Inc. • City: Lantana Website: PEG Summer Training Camp • City: Moscow , Website: Ft. Lauderdale Stars • City: Fort Lauderdale Website: ILLINOIS Future Flipz • City: Clearwater Chicago Park District Gymnastics . City: Chicago Website: Website: Future Flipz Of Tarpon • City: Tarpon Springs , Chicago Style Gymnastics Camp • City: Westmont Website: Website: Gym Kidz CGYC • City: Coral Gables International Gymnastics • City: Mt. Prospect Website: Website: South Suburban Cheer & Tumbling • City: Crete Gym Kidz • City: N Miami Beach Website: Website: University Of Illinois Boys Gymnastics Camp Gym Like This! • City: West Palm Beach Website: • City: Champaign Website: University Of Illinois Girls Gymnastics Camp Gymnastics Plus • City: Boca Raton • City: Champaign Website: Website: Gymnastics University • City: Orlando Website: INDIANA Gymnastics Unlimited Day Camp • City: Attack Camp 2007 • City: Indianapolis Website: Jacksonville Website: Dana Mannix Gymnastics • City: Indianapolis Gymnastic World Naples • City: Naples Website: Website: DeVeau's School Of Gymnastics • City: Fishers International Gymnastics • City: Miami Website: Phone: (305)259-0677 Geist Sports Academy • City: Indianapolis Orlando Metro Gymnastics Compulsory Camp . City: Website: Orlando Website: Indy Gym Summer Camp • City: Carmel Website: Orlando Metro Gymnastics Optional Camp • City: Orlando Website: Interactive Academy Sixth Annual Summer Boys Palm Beach Gymnastics, Cheer And Dance • City: Camp · City: Zionsville West Palm Beach Website: Website: Park Avenue Gymnastics Summer Camp Olympia Gymnastics Camp • City: Batesville • City: Cooper City Website: Website: Super Summer Gymnastics Camp • City: Marion Park Avenue Gymnastics SUmmer camp • City: Weston Phone: 765-651-1135 Website: parkavenuegymnastics.comlcamp07.cfm SFGC Summer Camp . City: Bradenton IOWA Website: Cyclone Gymnastics Camp • City: Ames Star Gym, Gymnastics • City: Boca Raton Website: Website:

LOUISIANA Camp Of Champions • City: Baton Rouge Website: elitegymnastics1 .com Crescent City Gymnastics • City: New Orleans Phone: 504-452-0557 Perfect Balance Gymnastics • City: Greenwell Springs Website:

MAINE Decal Gymnastics • City: Skowhegan Website: decal Maine Academy Summer Fun Camp • City: Westbrook Website:

MARYLAND ACRO Gymnastics Summer Clinic • City: Westminster Website: Gerstung Summer Spectrum • City: Baltimore Website: Harford Gymnastics • City: Joppa Phone: 410-879-3718 Maryland State Gym • City: Upper Marlboro Website: Skyview Gymnastics • City: Mount Airy Website: Twisters Gymnastics Level Camps • City: Berlin Phone: 410-629-0878

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As part of the official kick-off of the 2007 T)lso Fitness Challenge, legendary coach Bela Karo yi announced USA Gynmastics' goal of raising $1 million total for the C:h'ildren~ Miracle Network through the Tyson Fitness Challenge by the end of 2008. The announcement was m ade in Jacksonville, Fla., the site of the Tyson American Cup. The Tyson Fitness Challenge, a joint initiative of USA Gynmastics and Tyson Foods, has two goals: helping today's kids get more phYSically fit and raising money to help kids who are fighting illnesses through the Children's Miracle Network.

"There can be no greater cause than helping kids," said Karolyi, who led the 1996 U.s. Women's Olympic Team to its first-ever team Olympic gold medal. "Through the Tyson Fitness Challenge, we are helping today's kids get off the couch and into the gym and those very kids are also helping kids in need by raising funds for the Children's Miracle Network. To achieve our goal of $1 million by the end of 2008, we need everybody to get behind the Tyson Fitness Challenge." The Tyson Fitness Challenge is a fitness initiative that encourages physical fitness throu gh fun activities that emphasize four

fundamentals of fitness: cardiovascular exercise, strength training, flexibility and nutrition. Geared toward youngsters, ages 4-16, the program is not about teaching gynmastics skills, but using gynmastics to help kids become more physically fit, as well as learn about a well-balanced diet. The Tyson Fitness Challenge will be held between March 3 and Aug. 4, 2007. To learn more about the program log on to Many of our former gynmastics superstars are getting involved with this worthy cause. Read what they have to say.

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As an athlete I knew the importance. of eating healthily to keep my body in peak physical condition.Today as a coach at Daggett Gymnastics, I strive to challenge all of our students to be the best they can be.The Tyson Fitness Challenge is great fun, and helps us educate our youth on the importance of exercise combined with a nutritionally sound diet. I hope you join our club and take advantage of this wonderful program that benefits our most precious resource ... our children!"

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nna Zhukova of Belarus defended her all-around title in the senior division at the L.A. Lights International Rhythmic Gymnastics Tournament, Jan. 19-21, in Culver City, Calif. She also won all four individual event titles. 2006 U.S. all-around champion Lisa Wang placed fourth among the seniors, and 2006 U.S. junior all-around silver-medalist Marlee Shape won the junior rope title and earned medals in each of the individual events. Both U.s. national team gymnasts are from Buffalo Grove, Ill., and North Shore Rhy thmic Gymnastic Center. Belarus' Lyubov Charkashina placed second in the allaround, followed by Israel' s Irina Risenzon . In the individual events, Charkashina and Risen zon finished second and third, respectively, in the rope, hoop and clubs. In the ribbon competition, Risenzon was second, with Charkashina third. Wang was fourth in both the rope and ribbon and fifth in hoop . The USA's Julie Zetlin of Bethesda, Md. and Rhythmflex, finished fifth in ribbon, eighth in rope and 10th in clubs and the all-around. Rachel Girma of LA School of Gymnastics was seventh in the all-around, ribbon and clubs; eighth in hoop; and 10th in rope. Delaney Lonergan, also of LA School of Gymnastics, was ninth in rope. In the junior division, Ukraine's Daria Kuslmerova won gold medals in the all-around, ribbon, ball and hoop. In addition to her rope title and all-around bronze medal, Shape also earned a silver medal in ribbon and bronze medals in hoop and ball. The tournament featured more than 400 participants, competing in levels four to elite, from Australia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, Germany, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine and USA. For complete results, go to http: // / results.html. ~














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TO MEMBERSHIP The following Membership Statement has been adopted by the Board of Directors of USA Gymnastics: Membership in USA Gymnastics is a privilege granted by USA Gymnastics. That privilege can be withdrawn by USA Gymnastics at any time where a member's conduct is determined to be inconsistent with the best interest of th e sport of gymnastics and of the athletes we are servicing . The following former professional members are permanen~y ineligible for membership within USA Gymnastics:



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.... SAVANNAI-I SI-IIELDS & t-1ALLORY I-IENTI-IORN Blue Springs, Missouri

Savannah, 11, and Mallory, 19, compete as aLevel 10 women's pair in Acrobatic Gymnastics. The pair, who aremembersof the J.~. National Team, were invited to participate in the junior competition at the British Open Tournament in Stoke-an-Trent, Great Britain, December 2006. They placed second, bringing horne asilver medal from this international competition l They train at Aero Explosion and are coached by Ronda FranCis.

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Middletown/Sayreville, New Jersey


The Head Over Heels Gymnastics team won the Level 4 and Level 7gymnastics team titles at the 2007 New Jersey State Championships. They also had three state champs on vault, six state champs on bars, two state champs on beam, two state champs on floor and three all-around state champions.




Wichita, Kansas

Kara, 16, is aLevel 9gymnast at Wichita GymnastiC'i Oub whereshe's coached by Dan Bruring. She was the Level 8State Champion in 2004 and 2005. She made Regionals three consecutive years. She hopes to receive agymnastics scholarship!

York, Pennsylvania

Braelen, 10, and Logan, 11, represented their statein the Level 7National Judges Cup in Indianapolis in January. They were two of eight girls to qualify for the state of Pennsylvania. Braelen and Logan train at Skyline Gymnastics Center and are coached by Gabby Ganescu, Kevin Goodwin and Heather Ide.


Pewaukee, Wisconsin

This is aphotoof Lauren and 2005 WorldChampion Chellsie Memmel at the Chellsie Memmel invitational hosted by M&M Gymnastics. Lauren is aLevel 7gymnast and an extreme fan of Chellsie.

.... DANIELLE JURITSCI-I Pottsville, Pennsylvania

... t-1ACKENZIE WEAVER Cheyenne, Wyoming

Mackenzie, 8, won the Level 5State Championships with an all-around score of 36.575. She trains at Wyoming School of Gymnastics. Cheyenne and is coached by Chel}'l, Mal}' and April. Her individual scores included: Bars 9.50, Floor 9.325, Vault 9.10 and Beam 8.65.

Danielle, 11, won her second straight state all-around title in the prep-optional division. Danielle won the novice all-around title in 2005 and the advanced title in 2006. She has won seven state gold medals and has advanced to Level 8. Danielle trains at Pottsville Gymnastics Training Center and is coached by Sandy KostSterner and Barbara Kost-Lonergan.

• • ... KYRIEL BUTLER Sunriver, Oregon

Kyriel, 10, placed first all-around at the 2006 Level 5 sectionals with ascoreof 36.45. She also won vault at the StateMeet. She trains at Cascade All Stars Gymnastics in Bend, Ore., and is coached by Lexy Archer and Janelle Solberg. She's now training Level 6.

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