This is a hugely exciting week in the world of gymnastics, come Sunday, the USA will have named their Men’s and Women’s Olympic teams and granted 10 Olympic dreams in the Artistic Gymnastics field. The winner of the Women’s All Around competition will automatically qualify to London. The four remaining athletes and up to three alternates will be decided by the selection committee. These can be All Around gymnasts or Apparatus Specialists. Read the full Olympic Games qualifications rules for USA Gymnastics here – any gymnasts who do not compete at trials cannot petition to become a member of the Olympic Team.
- Kennedy Baker
- Rebecaa Bross
- Gabby Douglas
- Brenna Dowell
- Sarah Finnegan
- Anna Li
- Nastia Liukin
- McKayla Maroney
- Elizabeth Price
- Aly Raisman
- Kyla Ross
- Alicia Sacramone
- Bridget Sloan
- Sabrina Vega
- Jordyn Wieber
- Chris Brooks
- Alex Buscaglia
- Jake Dalton
- Josh Dixon
- Jonathan Horton
- Glen Ishino
- Steven Legendre
- Danell Leyva
- CJ Maestas
- Sam Mikulak
- Alex Naddour
- John Orozco
- Paul Ruggeri
- David Sender
- Brandon Wynn
NBC will be covering the event, here is the information via USAG:
Thursday, June 28
5:30 – 8:00 p.m. – NBC Sports (Formally Versus) (10.30pm – 1pm GMT)
Men’s Competition Day 1
Friday, June 29
9:00 – 11:00 p.m. – NBC (2am – 4am GMT)
Women’s Competition Day 1 – Live Streaming
Saturday, June 30
4:00 – 6:00 p.m. – NBC (Olympic Team announced) (9pm – 11pm GMT)
Men’s Competition Final Day – Live Streaming
Sunday, July 1
9:00 – 11:00 p.m. – NBC (Olympic Team announced) (2am – 4am GMT)
Women’s Competition Final Day – Live Streaming
Live streaming will be available on NBCOlympics.com with a cable, satellite or telco TV subscription that includes MSNBC and CNBC.
Live streaming will NOT be available outside of the U.S via the links on USAG. However, live streaming might be available here.
*Television coverage of the women’s competitions on June 29 and July 1 will be tape delayed in the Pacific and Mountain time zones but available live nationwide online.
The official Twitter Hashtag for the trials is #SanJose2012. The usual USAG social media outlets will be sure to cover some of the trials but there are also dedicated Facebook, Twitter and Live Scoring pages as listed below:
- San Jose 2012: US Olympic Trials-Gymnastics
- San Jose 2012 Live Scores
- San Jose 2012 Twitter
- San Jose 2012 Facebook
- Couch Gymnast – Facebook – Twitter
- Gymnastics Examiner – Twitter – Facebook
USA Gymnastics will provide coverage of podium training prior to the event, as well as post-competition interviews and more on its official YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/usagymnaticsorg.
Start lists have become available.
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