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Here are a few fun factoids about how much Texas Acro rocked the 2014 USA Gymnastics Championships!
- Of the 165 Gold/Silver/Bronze medals awarded, 45 went to Texas Acro (that is just over 27%)
- Texas was the state with the second highest number of athletes sent to the championships: 142 acrobats representing 22% of the field
- In the Jr and Sr Elite category, Texas is home to 11 of the 52 athletes, which is 21% of the field
- Texas had 5 pair/groups named to the Acrobatic Gymnastics Development Team
- Texas is home to the 2014 JO Coach of the Year
- Every one of the 8 Texas clubs represented at the championships finished in top 3 of at least one event
Congratulations on a great showing!
Congratulations to the Texas Acrobats who were named to the 2014 Acrobatic Gymnastics Development Team at the conclusion of the USA Gymnastics Championships! These athletes represent the next generation of national and internationals competitors for Team USA.
- Women’s Group: Sarah Hogan, Savannah Stutevoss, Katie Loftus (AGSA)
- Women’s Pair: Abigail Moriearty, Raquel Mejia-Trujillo (WOGA)
- Women’s Pair: Emily Davis, Anika Cunningham (GOSA)
- Women’s Pair: Sarah Williamson, Riley Chimwala (WOGA)
- Women’s Group: Madyson Marlow, Allison Traina, Ashlynn Losoya (USAAA)
In addition, the following pair/groups were approved for international competition based on their all around scores at nationals:
- Level 9 Women’s Pair: Sarah Diamond, Elizabeth Heinz (AGSA)
- Level 9 Women’s Pair: Morgan Price, Alex Edwards (AGSA)