What's Happening in Men's Gymnastics (October 31)
Updated: Nov 1
A. Arthur Gander Memorial
Eleven athletes from ten countries (MAG) will compete in the 2023 Arthur Gander Memorial competition in Switzerland on November 1, 2023. American, Yul Moldauer, will seek to defend his title at the biennial competition
The MAG roster and live scores can be found here!
More information can be found here.
B. Swiss Cup
On November 5th, athletes from across the globe will compete in the Swiss Cup – known for being one of the most lucrative opportunities in gymnastics.
The competition utilizes a knock-out round format! If you want more information on the format, check out this thread below!
C. NCAA CGA All-Start Line-up
Mark your calendars because NCAA season is right around the corner! On December 16th at 5:00 pm ET, the College Gymnastics Association will present the second annual NCAA All-Stars event on YouTube! Information about the format can be found here.
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D. Pan American Games Recap
We recently wrapped up coverage. of the 2023 Pan American Games which served as the final Olympic qualifying event of 2023. Audrys Nin Reyes of the Dominican Republic earned his ticket to Paris via the all-around final!
If you want to catch up on all the action, we have ten-minute recaps of each final on our YouTube channel!
E. Rhys McClenaghan on Mental Health
Two-time World Champion, Rhys McClenaghan opens up about being in a "state of panic" building up to the Paris World Cup. He said, "It was the first time in my career that I didn't want to compete."
Read the full interview here.
F. Heath Thorpe Creates New Podcast
Fan-favorite, Heath Thorpe, is starting a new podcast called Leaps 'N Bounds. The first episode is going live on November 6th and can be found on all major podcast platforms!
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Article by: Kensley Behel