2024 Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships: Field, schedule, and how to watch

By Patricia Duffy | May 25, 2024
Asher Hong (left) and Simone Biles (right) are the reigning all-around champions at the 2024 Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

The 2024 Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships are set for May 30-June 2 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, with national champions being decided in the men’s and women’s junior and senior divisions. At the conclusion of competition, the men’s and women’s national teams will be named. Only senior athletes named to the national team will advance to Olympic Trials, which are set for June 27-30 in Minneapolis.

On the women’s side, 37-time Olympic and world medalist Simone Biles is expected to win her ninth U.S. all-around title. Last year, she became the first U.S. gymnast, man or woman, to win eight all-around titles, and also the oldest woman to win the all-around at 26. She should update those records in Fort Worth.

With the field of Olympic contenders being cut significantly by the end of the week, this is a make or break meet for those eyeing the other spots on the U.S. women’s team (assuming Biles is a lock). The only other gymnast that is expected to make the Olympic team with little doubt is Shilese Jones, who is a six-time world medalist and has won silver in the all-around at these championships the past two seasons. After the Core Hydration Classic, the remaining list of contenders seems to have shrunk.

On May 24, USA Gymnastics announced Sunisa Lee’s petition to compete in the all-around at championships was accepted, meaning we should see the 2021 Olympic all-around champion competing all four events for the first time since early 2023. Even with just a (stunning) full-twisting Yurchenko, Lee is a podium contender if she hits the other three events to her full potential. The former Auburn gymnast competed everything but bars in Hartford a couple weeks ago, but onlookers are excited to see her once again attempt the full-twisting Jaeger, which could soon bear her name. She was struggling to hit the skill in training at the Core Classic.

Tokyo Olympians Jade Carey and Jordan Chiles both saw their stock go up at the Classic, with Carey shining on her standout events of vault and floor and Chiles finishing third in the all-around. Other names to watch for include Skye Blakely, Kayla DiCello, Jayla Hang, Kaliya Lincoln, Joscelyn Roberson, Hezly Rivera, Tiana Sumanasekera, Trinity Thomas, and Leanne Wong.

2012 Olympic all-around champion Gabby Douglas qualified to championships on vault, bars, and beam. She scratched from the Core Classic after a disappointing bars set in the first rotation and will be looking for a redeeming performance at her first U.S. championships since 2016.

On the men’s side, a stacked field of contenders will take the floor in one of the most compelling competitions of the week. Headlining the field are reigning U.S. champion Asher Hong, 2021 and 2022 U.S. champion Brody Malone – who is working his way back to the all-around from a major leg injury – 2023 World all-around bronze medalist Fred Richard, 2024 NCAA all-around champion Khoi Young, and 2017 U.S. champion Yul Moldauer – and that’s just the short list for the all-around competition.

Then there are the specialists who are looking to make a statement and show why they should be considered for the five-man Paris team, including parallel bars standout Curran Phillips, 2021 pommel horse world champion Stephen Nedoroscik, and Tokyo Olympic team alternate and still rings star Alex Diab, just to name a few.

The pommel horse battle is sure to be a highlight of the week, with Nedoroscik trying to stave off Young, Brandon Dang, and Patrick Hoopes as he looks to win his fourth straight U.S. title.

For the juniors, Claire Pease is looking to extend her 2024 win streak after topping the women’s field at Winter Cup and the Core Classic. Junior 16 champion Nathan Roman returns, with 2023 silver medalist Danila Leykin back for what should be another nail-biter as they move up to the Junior 17 division.

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Keep reading for the full field, schedule, and how to watch.

Field for the 2024 Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships

Senior Women

Note: Results from Session 1 and Session 2 will be combined. The senior women’s field is split into two sessions because of the amount of athletes, with Session 1 seniors competing with the juniors. The criteria to be selected for Session 2 was being an Olympic, World, or Pan Am Games team member, receiving an international assignment in 2024, or finishing in the top 20 at the Core Hydration Classic.

Session 1 (in conjunction with junior women’s competition)

  • Ly Bui — Swisher, Iowa/Great American Gymnastics Express (V, UB)
  • Chloe Cho — Canyon Country, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA
  • Norah Christian — Bremerton, Wash/Cascade Elite West
  • Nicole Desmond — Wind Gap, Pa./World Champions Centre
  • Amelia Disidore — Overland Park, Kan./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Tatum Drusch — White Bear Lake, Minn./Flips Gymnastics
  • Cambry Haynes — Evergreen, Colo./Adrenaline Gymnastics Academy (V, BB, FX)
  • Annalisa Milton — Lee’s Summit, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Malea Milton — Lee’s Summit, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Brooke Pierson — Canby, Ore./World Champions Centre
  • Brynn Torry — Yorktown, Va./World Class Gymnastics (V, FX)
  • CaMarah Williams — Kansas City, Mo./EDGE Gymnastics – Riverside
  • Kelise Woolford — Orange, N.J./Buckeye Gymnastics

Session 2

  • Simone Biles — Spring, Texas/World Champions Centr
  • Skye Blakely — Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Jade Carey — Phoenix, Ariz./Oregon State University
  • Dulcy Caylor — Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre
  • Jordan Chiles — Vancouver, Wash./World Champions Centre
  • Kayla DiCello — Boyds, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics
  • Gabby Douglas — Anna, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics (V, UB, BB)
  • Reese Esponda — Missoula, Mont./World Champions Centre
  • Addison Fatta — Wrightsville, Pa./Prestige Gymnastics
  • Kieryn Finnell — Pittsford, N.Y./RGA
  • Jayla Hang — Bellevue, Wash./Pacific Reign Gymnastics
  • Madray Johnson — Dallas, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Shilese Jones — Auburn, Wash./Ascend Gymnastics Center
  • Katelyn Jong — Allen, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
  • Suni Lee — St. Paul, Minn./Midwest Gymnastics Center (V, BB, FX)
  • Kaliya Lincoln — Frisco, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Eveylynn Lowe — Blue Springs, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Nola Matthews — Gilroy, Calif./Airborne Gymnastics Training Center
  • Zoey Molomo — Frisco, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
  • Marissa Neal — Blue Springs, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Hezly Rivera — Oradell, N.J./WOGA Gymnastics
  • Joscelyn Roberson — Texarkana, Texas/World Champions Centre
  • Simone Rose — Sammamish, Wash./Pacific Reign Gymnastics
  • Ashlee Sullivan — Richardson, Texas/Metroplex Gymnastics
  • Tiana Sumanasekera — Pleasanton, Calif./World Champions Centre
  • Trinity Thomas — York, Pa./University of Florida
  • Leanne Wong — Overland Park, Kan./University of Florida
  • Lexi Zeiss — Omaha, Neb./Twin City Twisters

Junior Women

  • Isabella Anzola — Statham, Ga./Georgia Elite Gymnastics
  • Harlow Buddendeck — Rochester, N.Y. /RGA
  • Charleigh Bullock — Spotsylvania, Va./Capital Gymnastics National Training Center
  • Lavi Crain — Blue Springs, Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express
  • Ally Damelio — San Mateo, Calif./San Mateo Gymnastics
  • Addy Fulcher — Gastonia, N.C./Bull City Gymnastics
  • Gabrielle Hardie — Sioux Falls, S.D./Twin City Twisters
  • Greta Krob — Tipton, Iowa/IGN
  • Jaysha McClendon — Scottsdale, Ariz./Rebound Gymnastics West
  • Caroline Moreau — Keller, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics
  • Claire Pease — Sunnyvale, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Maliha Tressel — Eagan, Minn./Twin City Twisters
  • Tyler Turner — San Jose, Calif./WOGA Gymnastics
  • Camie Westerman — Frederick, Md./Hill’s Gymnastics

Senior Men

  • Javier Alfonso — Miami, Fla./University of Michigan
  • Fuzzy Benas — Richmond, Texas/University of Oklahoma
  • Jeremy Bischoff — Santa Clarita, Calif./Stanford University
  • Landen Blixt — Fowlerville, Mich./University of Michigan
  • Cameron Bock — Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan
  • Crew Bold — Delray Beach, Fla./University of Michigan
  • Taylor Burkhart — Arvada, Colo./Stanford University
  • Taylor Christopulos — Layton, Utah/University of Nebraska
  • Caden Clinton — Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Tate Costa — Narragansett, R.I./University of Illinois
  • Brandon Dang — San Jose, Calif./University of Illinois
  • Alex Diab — Hinsdale, Ill./EVO Gymnastics
  • Ian Gunther — Houston, Texas/Stanford University
  • Dallas Hale — Frisco, Texas/5280 Gymnastics
  • Asher Hong — Tomball, Texas/Stanford University
  • Patrick Hoopes — Lehi, Utah/U.S. Air Force Academy
  • Paul Juda — Deerfield, Ill./University of Michigan
  • Joshua Karnes — Erie, Pa./Penn State University
  • Riley Loos — Folsom, Calif./Stanford University
  • Brody Malone — Aragon, Ga. /EVO Gymnastics
  • Kiran Mandava — Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Yul Moldauer — Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
  • Stephen Nedoroscik — Worcester, Mass./EVO Gymnastics
  • Noah Newfeld — Plano, Texas/UC Berkeley
  • Sam Phillips — Lincoln, Neb./University of Nebraska
  • Curran Phillips — Naperville, Ill./EVO Gymnastics
  • David Ramirez — Nipomo, Calif./Central Coast Gymnastics Sports Center
  • Fred Richard — Stoughton, Mass./University of Michigan
  • Kai Uemura — Chicago, Ill./Lakeshore Academy
  • Erich Upton — Richmond, Texas/U.S. Air Force Academy
  • Colt Walker — Cedar Park, Texas/Stanford University
  • Donnell Whittenburg — Baltimore, Md./Salto Gymnastics
  • Shane Wiskus — Spring Park, Minn./EVO Gymnastics
  • Khoi Young — Bowie, Md./Stanford University

Junior Men

  • Christian Bart-Williams — Murphy, Texas/WOGA Gymnastics
  • Grant Bowers — Taylors, S.C./Hayden’s International Gymnastic Academy
  • Nartey Brady — Los Ranchos, N.M./Eagle Ridge Gymnastics
  • Owen Cendana — Frisco, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics
  • Victor Ciesiun — Philadelphia, Pa./The Gravity Forge Gymnastics
  • Ethan Cox — Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics
  • Luke Drummond — Trophy Club, Texas/Texas Dreams Gymnastics
  • Lincoln Dubin — Bellefonte, Pa./Centre Elite Gymnastics
  • Cole Fallbacher — Kennesaw, Ga./Gymnastics Academy of Atlanta
  • Blake Freyman — Owings Mills, Md./United Gymnastix
  • Joseph Hale — Copperas Cove, Texas/Crenshaw Athletic Club
  • Jesse Hanny — Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Ty Herzing — State College, Pa./Centre Elite Gymnastics
  • Troy Holman — Bakersfield, Calif./Bakersfield Gymnastics Academy
  • Kiefer Hong — Tomball, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Gage Kalley — Roswell, Ga./Roswell Gymnastics
  • Maksim Kan — Muskego, Wis./Salto Gymnastics Center
  • Tristan Ketting-Olivier — Arroyo Grande, Calif./Central Coast Gymnastics Sports Center
  • Isaac Koo — Fort Worth, Texas/Lone Star Gymnastics
  • Nicholas Kosarikov — Spring, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Dylan Kramer — State College, Pa./Centre Elite Gymnastics
  • Zaiden Kyte — Knoxville, Tenn./GymTek Academy
  • Danila Leykin — Sarasota, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
  • Rahul Mandava — Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy of Gymnastics
  • Zac Myers — Lutz, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
  • Uzoma Ojoh — Bradenton, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
  • Chase Pappas — Franklin, Tenn./Harpeth School of Gymnastics
  • Justin Park — San Diego, Calif./Agility
  • Divier Ramos — Methuen, Mass./Interstate Gymnastics
  • Dante Reive — West Point, N.Y./United States Military Academy
  • Wyatt Reynolds — Simi Valley, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica USA
  • Ty Roderiques — Knoxville, Tenn./GymTek Academy
  • Nathan Roman — Poway, Calif./Agility
  • Anthony Ruscheinsky — Summit, Wis./Salto Gymnastics Center
  • Daniel San Juanico — Montgomery, Ill./Premier Gymnastics Academy West
  • James Sassine — Auburn, Mass./New England Academy of Gymnastics
  • Connor Schaaf — Cincinnati, Ohio/Queen City Gymnastics
  • Mick Seyler — Flower Mound, Texas/Southlake Gymnastics Academy
  • Oleksandr Shybitov — Prospect Heights, Ill./Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics
  • Hunter Simpson — Palmetto, Fla./EVO Gymnastics
  • Gavin Thomson — Gaithersburg, Md./Capital Gymnastics National Training Center
  • Nathan Underhill — Ocononomoc, Wis./Salto Gymnastics Center
  • Jay Watkins — Morristown, Tenn./GymTek Academy

Schedule & how to watch the 2024 Xfinity U.S. Gymnastics Championships

*All times Central.

DateTimeSessionHow to WatchLive Scores
Tuesday, May 284-6:30 p.m.Senior Men Podium TrainingFlipNow.TVN/A
Wednesday, May 299-11:30 a.m.Junior Men Podium TrainingFlipNow.TVN/A
2:30-5 p.m.Junior Women/Senior Women Session 1 Podium TrainingFlipNow.TVN/A
5-7:30 p.m.Senior Women Session 2 Podium TrainingFlipNow.TVN/A
Thursday, May 301:30-4 p.m.Junior Men Day 1USA Gymnastics YouTube
7-9:30 p.m.Senior Men Day 1Peacock (Tape delay on CNBC – 6/1 at 11 a.m. CT)
Friday, May 311:30-3:30 p.m.Junior Women/Senior Women Session 1 Day 1USA Gymnastics YouTube
7-9 p.m.Senior Women Session 2 Day 1Peacock (Tape delay on CNBC – 6/1 at 1:30 p.m. CT)
Saturday, June 11:30-4 p.m.Junior Men Day 2USA Gymnastics YouTube
7-9:30 p.m.Senior Men Day 2NBC/Peacock (Tape delay on CNBC – 6/2 at 2 p.m. CT) (inside the U.S.); USA Gymnastics YouTube (outside the U.S.)
Sunday, June 212:30-2:30 p.m. Junior Women/Senior Women Session 1 Day 2USA Gymnastics YouTube
6-8 p.m.Senior Women Session 2 Day 2NBC/Peacock (in the U.S.); USA Gymnastics YouTube (outside the U.S.)