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 Eagle Athletes are Soaring Higher!

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icon08/18/2017 - First Eagle Athlete Competes in Belarus!

Isaac Rowley, age 18 years, was one of four male athletes chosen by USA Gymnastics to represent Team USA at the Trampoline World Cup competition in Minsk, Belarus that was held August 14-20, 2017. This was Isaac's first international competition as a senior Elite, the highest level of competition in our sport. Isaac was one of the youngest competitors at the competition where he competed both of his routines in the preliminary round and finished 21st place. 

This competition included some of the top athletes in the world, including the 2016 Olympic Champion and many other past Olympians. 

Congratulations Isaac! 

icon09/14/2017 - 2017 USA Gymnastics Tops National Testing

Over the summer, athletes Reese Rackers adn Ryan Geismar trained several physical abilities and age required skills to compete at TOPS State testing. Testing ended the first week of August with both athletes scoring their personal bests of the summer.

Congratulations goes out to Ryan, who qualified to the 2017 USA Gymnastics TOPS National Testing. She is currently ranked in the top 100- 10 year olds in the nation and will compete the 2nd weekend of October to be on the TOPS National Team.

icon10/14/2017 - Eagle Gymnast Completed TOPS National Testing

Over the weekend of October 13-14, 2017, 300 athletes traveled to the USA Gymnastics National Training Center to compete at National TOPS Testing. The best 100- 8 to 10 year old athletes in the country performed both physical abilities and skill routines for the National Team Staff. Additional perks of the weekend included meeting Olympic Laurie Hernandez from the Final Five.

Our own Ryan Geismar competed in the 10 year old division. Starting on beam dance, she crushed her 1st event. She performed her skill set with confidence and poise. Though she had a few mistakes as the day progressed, she rallied back strong ending on beam acro with a stuck dismount. She concluded her testing on Saturday morning hitting personal best scores on presses, rope climb, handstand hold and sprints. When asked about her experience, she said that although it was a lot of hard work, she enjoyed the journey. 

icon09/29/2017 - 2017 World Championships Selection Camp

Team Eagle sent 4 athletes to the Karolyi Ranch for the 2017 USA World Championship Selection Camp on September 29-30, 2017. These 4 athletes were invited by USA Gymnastics to compete for a spot on the Team USA after the completion of National Championships in June.

Isaac Rowley, Senior Elite Trampoline, Drew Collins, Senior Elite Tumbling, Susan Stringfellow, Senior Elite Trampoline, and Hope Bravo, Senior Elite Tumbling were all representing Eagle Gymnastics at this Selection Camp. 

The weekend consisted of a day of preliminary competition and then a day of competing in the finals where all 4 competed all their Elite routines and placed very well.

          Isaac Rowley, 2nd place in Trampoline
          Hope Bravo, 2nd place in Tumbling
          Drew Collins, 3rd place in Tumbling
          Susan Stringfellow, 5th place in Trampoline

Isaac, Drew and Hope were all named to the Team representing the USA at World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, November 9-12th.We would also like to congratulate Eagle athlete, Jeremy Darr, for being selected to represent Team USA for Tumbling at World Age Group Championships. Two weeks prior to the selection camp for Worlds, USA Gymnastics assigned the team for World Age Group Competition which will take place immediately following the World Championships in Bulgaria.

Coach Jared Olsen was selected as the National Team Coach for Trampoline and will travel with our athletes to Bulgaria.

Congratulations to all the Team Eagle athletes on a successful competition and Good Luck to Team USA at World Championships and World Age Groups! 

icon10/07/2017 - Eagle Gymnastics Crowns Two District Championships

On October 7-8,  2017, the Eagle Gymnastics Girls Compulsory Level 3 and 5s competed in McKinney at District Championships.

The Level 3 athletes had a tough weekend overall, but at the end of the meet, everyone had qualified to North State. In the Jr. Division, Maycie N. earned top 10 on beam and AA. In Jr. A Emmeline P. took top 10 on vault. In Sr. B, Amelia F. placed top 10 on vault and bars while Alyssa V. placed top 10 on beam. The rest of the team is comprised of Paige M. Grace B. and Anaya L.

The Level 5 team showed up this weekend ready to compete. Allison P. (Sr. B division) led the team winning a 1st place title on beam, a silver on bars and a bronze in AA. Allison also took top 5 on vault and bars. In the Sr. A division, Lila N. took the winning title on beam and placed top 5 on bars, floor and AA and top 10 on vault. Teammate Sydney K. placed top 5 on beam and floor and top 10 on vault, bars and AA. Also Sr. A. Kiersten T earned top 10 on vault and beam and AA.

Good luck to the Level 3 team at North State on November 4-5, 2017 and to the Level 5 team at the State Championships on November 11-12th weekend.

icon10/14/2017 - Eagle Gymnastics Earns 3 District Championship Titles

On October 14-15, 2017 the Eagle Gymnastics Girls Compulsory Level 2 and 4s competed in Frisco at the District Championships.

The Level 4P athletes had a rough start on beam, but stayed optimistic. In the Sr. C division, Shaelyn H. took top 5 on vault and top 10 on vault, bars, beam and AA. Also Sr. C Sydney B. earned top 10 on bars, beam, floor and AA. In the Sr. B division, Alexa L. had a beautiful beam routine, taking 4th, and placed top 10 on floor. Also Sr. B, Andrea L. took 5th on floor. Lindsay R. , Jr. B placed top 10 on bars. Amy N., Emilia A. and Sophie N. rounded out the team.

The Level 2 athletes rounded out the weekend on Sunday morning. Led by Brynlee S. who had the highest beam and vault scores of the meet, the team had a great showing. Kathryn B., Sophie G., Ryleigh H., Mila M., Joslynn P. each had great performances.

Good luck to the Level 4 team at North State in Allen on October 28-29, 2017. 

icon10/28/2017 - Amazing Performances at Level 4 State Championships

On October 2029, 2017 the Eagle Gymnastics Girls Compulsory Level 4 team competed in Allen at the North State Championships.

Ladies in the Sr C3 division started our weekend off. Shaelyn H. proved she has great balance, earning 2nd on beam. Shaelyn also placed 3rd All Around and top 5 on vault, bars and floor. Sydney B. landed twice on the podium taking 3rd on bars and floor. Sydney also took top 5 on beam and All Around. Alexa L. (Sr B2) placed top 5 on vault and floor and top 10 on bars, beam and AA. Andrea L. (Sr B2) landed on the podium with 3rd on beam and top 10 on vault, floor and AA. Emilia A. (Jr C2) finished top 10 on beam and floor. Lindsey R. (Jr B1) did her best after being sick leading up to the competition. Shaelyn H., Sydney B., Alexa L., and Andrea L., qualified to compete at State being held on November 19th in Rockwall.

Congratulations and Good Luck at State!

icon11/04/2017 - Good Performances at Level 3 North State Championships

On November 4th and 5th, the Eagle Gymnastics Girls Compulsory Level 3's competed in Lake Dallas at the North State Championships.

The Senior divisions started off the weekend. Anaya L. (Sr C2) began the weekend for Eagle, earning 3rd on floor. Alyssa V. (Sr A2) took top 5 on beam and top 10 in AA. Amelia F. (Sr A1) landed on the podium earning 2nd AA and 3rd on bars and beam. Paige M. (Jr C2) had a great meet, earning top 5 on bars and top 10 on vault, beam and AA. In the Jr B3 division, Emmaline P. took 3rd on beam while teammate Maycie N. earned top 10 on bars. Grace B. rounded out the team. 

Congratulations to all our Level 3 athletes for a great end to their season! 

icon11/11/2017 - Outstanding Performance at Level 5 State Championships

On November 11th, the Eagle Gymnastics compulsory Level 5 team traveled to Lubbock for the State Championships.

The Senior division started off the weekend with a fantastic start. In the Sr. C3 division, Allie P. landed on the podium twice, earning 2nd on bars and beam and placed top 5 on floor and all around. In Sr. A3, Sydney K. also had podium finishes. Sydney placed 2nd on floor, 3rd on beam and top 10 on vault, bars and AA. Lila N. (Jr B3) earned 2nd on bars, 3rd on beam and top 5 on floor and AA. Teammate Kiersten T placed top 10 on beam.

We are so proud of our athletes on a great end to their season. Congratulations!

icon11/11/2017 - World Age Group and World Championships in Belarus

The 32nd FIG Trampoline and Tumbling World Championships took place November 9-12th and three of Eagle's own athletes were in attendance. Hope B, Isaac R., and Drew C. as well as one of our coaches, Jared Olsen. 

Hope competed in the women's tumbling and finished 9th in the individual competition. On top of that, she was a part of the women's tumbling team which finished 4th, the highest placement of a US Women's tumbling team at World Championships since 2009. 

Isaac competed in individual trampoline, as well as synchronized trampoline over the course of the week. He placed 51st in individual competition out of 85 athletes, some of which were past Olympians, and in synchro he and his partner placed 26th. Drew  also attended the competition as the alternate for the men's tumbling team.

Jared one our tumbling and trampoline coaches was at the World Championships on the National Coaching staff, more specifically as one of the assistant trampoline coaches for the USA. 

The next week, November 16-19th, Jeremy D. participated in the 25th FIG Tumbling and Trampoline World Age Group Competition. At the WAGC in men's tumbling, Jeremy placed 20th out of 33 athletes in the 17-21 age division, arguably one of the toughest categories to compete in. 

We are so proud of all our Eagle's and all that they have accomplished. Their goals were met and now the future will only tell what they are capable of now! Congratulations!

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