INDIANAPOLIS, 21 Sep 2021 - The 20 invitation meetings are scheduled, including the 2022 Nastia Liukin Cup series. Some of the most exemplary women's development programmes in the USA will showcase ten Gymnastics from all across the United States as they fight for one place at the 13th annual Nastia Liukin Cup.
The Cup field is set to grow to 40 gymnasts by 2022. These athletes are selected by performances at series invitations, and 20 junior and 20 senior gymnasts, each invitation, progress. Senior athletes must be 16 or older, while junior athletes must be 15 or younger.
The invitations to the Nastia Liukin Cup Series 2022 are given below if any of these events are cancelled due to the continuing pandemic, who will grant the assigned qualifying points to the invitation that remains on the geographically nearest schedule.
Brestyan's Invitational, Boston, Mass., Jan. 7-9, California Grand Invitational, Anaheim, California, 7-9, Chow's Winter Classic Invitational, Des Moines, Iowa.
Lady Luck Invitational, Las Vegas, New York 14- 16 Jan., 14-16 Star Struck Invitational, Atlantic City, N.J., 14-16 Jan.
Invitational Tampa Bay Turners, Palmetto, Fla., 14-16 Circle of Stars, Ind., Jan. 21-23.
20-23 UGA Invitational, Tinley Park Ill., Jan. 21-24 Alamo Classic, San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 28-30, Atlanta Centennial Classic, Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 28-30.
Classic Rock Invitational, Feb. 4-6 Greensboro Gymnastics Invitational, Phoenix, Arizona, Feb. 4-6 Classical Spectacular, St. Paul, Min., Feb. 4-6, Greensboro, C., Greensboro, N.C., Feb. 4-6, Colo., Pikes Peak Cup, Colo., 4-6, WOGA Classic, Frisco, Texas.
Orlando, Florence, February 19-20
The date and site of the Nastia Liukin Cup 2022 are independently announced. In 2014, and 2019, Greensboro, N.C.; 2018, Hoffman Estates, Ill.; 2016 and 2017, Newark, N.J.; 2015 and Arlington, Texas; 2010; 2013, Worcester, Mass.; 2012, New York City; and 2011, Jacksonville, Fla.
The Nastia Liukin Cup series began in 2010 with Nastia Liukin, an all-around 2008 Olympic gold winner. Turners who participate in the Nastia Liukin Cup in 2022 will get a warm-up and competitive leotard created by Nastia Liukin and a warm-up from G.K. Elite and will have the chance to meet Liukin onsite at the tournament.
Information about the background
Nasty Liukin. Nasty Liukin. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Liukin's five medals set the record for most medals in one Olympic Games in the United States. Olympic Medals from Liukin are all-around gold; silver - team, balanced beam and unprecedented bars; and bronze - floor exercise. Liukin was the third of five U.S. women to win the whole Olympic championship. In her career, she also won nine World Medals. In 2018, she was invited to the International Hall of Fame Gymnastics, and in 2019 she was selected to the United States Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame. Liukin has featured on many magazine covers, including "Gossip Girl," "Make It or Break It," and the movie Stick It. Liukin was a candidate in the spring 2015 "Dancing with the Stars" and the 2015 Indianapolis 500's grand marshal. She now acts as a gymnastics commentator for NBC Sports. She is a creator of Grander, a worldwide community for the next generation of women athletes that offers access to inspiring individuals, inspiring tools to assist aspirations and similarly ambition groups. Liukin was taught by her dad, Valeri, who owns four 1988 Olympic medals, including two gold medals.
Gymnastics USA. Based in Indianapolis, the United States Gymnastics has seven disciplines, including women's gymnastics, men's gymnastics, trampolines and rolls, rhythm gymnastics, the field of acrobatic gymnastics, the area of gymnastics for everyone (a.k.a. group gymnastics) and, most recently, Parkour. USA Gymnastics sets the principles and policies governing gymnastics, including support for U.S. gymnastics teams in the Olympic and World Championships; the promotion and development of gymnastics at a national and grassroots level as well as a safe, empowered and positive training environment; The organisation is strongly dedicated to establishing and supporting a culture which focuses on its greatest priority: the safety and well-being of athletes and our community.
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