|Training location|| United States Olympic Training Center |
Colorado Springs, CO
|Medals|| Gold: 1984 |
Silver: 1904, 1932, 2004
Bronze: 1904, 2008
The United States men's artistic gymnastics team represents the United States in FIG international competitions.
The first national team roster was established in 1998.The team has competed at the Olympic Games 21 times, winning six medals.
Gymnasts can be selected for the national team at the National Championships or the Winter Cup challenge. The Men's Program Committee (MPC) is allowed to change the criteria for selection every year.
As of June 8,2021 [update] :
|Name||Birth date and age||Current residence||Club||Head coach(es)||College team|
|Cameron Bock||September 18, 1998||Ann Arbor, Michigan||University of Michigan||Kurt Golder||Michigan Wolverines|
|Allan Bower||March 7, 1995||Norman, Oklahoma||University of Oklahoma||Chris Sommer||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Brandon Briones||April 29, 2001||Gilbert, Arizona||Stanford University||Rob Survick||Stanford Cardinal|
|Alex Diab||April 25, 1997||Champaign, Illinois||University of Illinois||Paul Hamm||Illinois Fighting Illini|
|Gage Dyer||August 27, 1998||Norman, Oklahoma||University of Oklahoma||Mark Williams||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Vitaliy Guimaraes||May 18, 2000||Norman, Oklahoma||University of Oklahoma||Vladimir Artemev||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Ian Gunther||September 10, 1999||Houston, Texas||Stanford University||Tom Meadows||Stanford Cardinal|
|Paul Juda||July 7, 2001||Deerfield, Illinois||University of Michigan||Yuan Xiao||Michigan Wolverines|
|Riley Loos||October 6, 2000||El Dorado Hills, California||Stanford University||Thom Glielmi||Stanford Cardinal|
|Brody Malone||January 7, 2000||Belfast, Tennessee||Stanford University||Thom Glielmi||Stanford Cardinal|
|Sam Mikulak||October 13, 1992||Colorado Springs, Colorado||USOPTC Gymnastics||Andriy Stepanchenko||Michigan Wolverines|
|Akash Modi||May 9, 1995||Morganville, New Jersey||Stanford University||Thom Gleilmi||Stanford Cardinal|
|Yul Moldauer||August 26, 1996||Arvada, Colorado||5280 Gymnastics||Mark Williams||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Stephen Nedoroscik||October 28, 1998||Worcester, Massachusetts||Penn State University||Randy Jepson||Penn State Nittany Lions|
|Robert Neff||October 9, 1995||Colorado Springs, Colorado||USOPTC Gymnastics||Andriy Stepanchenko||Stanford Cardinal|
|Eddie Penev||August 16, 1990||Colorado Springs, Colorado||USOPTC Gymnastics||Andriy Stepanchenko||Stanford Cardinal|
|Matt Wenske||May 8, 1998||Houston, Texas||University of Oklahoma||Tom Meadows||Oklahoma Sooners|
|Donnell Whittenburg||August 18, 1994||New Berlin, Wisconsin||Salto Gymnastics Center||Anthony Ingrelli|
|Shane Wiskus||October 1, 1998||Minneapolis, Minnesota||USOPTC Gymnastics||Kostya Kolesnikov||Minnesota Golden Gophers|
|Alec Yoder||January 21, 1997||Columbus, Ohio||Ohio State University||Rustam Sharipov||Ohio State Buckeyes|
As of June 8,2021 [update] :
|Name||Birth date and age||Current residence||Club||Head coach(es)||College team|
|Landen Blixt||December 31, 2003||Fowlerville, Michigan||Infinity Gymnastics Academy||George Gagua|
|Caden Clinton||February 8, 2005||Cypress, Texas||Cypress Academy of Gymnastics||Tom Meadows|
|Asher Hong||March 23, 2004||Tomball, Texas||Cypress Academy of Gymnastics||Tom Meadows|
|Xander Hong||January 31, 2006||Tomball, Texas||Cypress Academy of Gymnastics||Tom Meadows|
|Toby Liang||March 25, 2004||Roswell, Georgia||Roswell Gymnastics|
|Caleb Melton||August 12, 2004||Woodbridge, Virginia||Apollo Gymnastics||Jason Furr|
|Toma Murakawa||June 2, 2005||Van Nuys, California||Gymnastics Olympica USA||Pavel Sargsyan|
|Alex Nitache||April 28, 2005||Knoxville, Tennessee||GymTek Academy|
|Cole Partridge||December 6, 2004||Bountiful, Utah||USA Gymnastics World|
|Vahe Petrosyan||September 10, 2005||Van Nuys, California||Gymnastics Olympica USA|
|Fred Richard||April 23, 2004||Stoughton, Massachusetts||Massachusetts Elite Gymnastics Academy||Levon Karakhanyan|
|David Shamah||February 13, 2005||Frisco, Texas||WOGA|
|Kai Uemura||February 16, 2006||Chicago, Illinois||Lakeshore Academy of Art Gymnastics||Arkadiy Andryushchenko|
|Ignacio Yockers||November 18, 2003||Tulsa, Oklahoma||Pride Gymnastics Academy||David Finning|
This list includes all American male artistic gymnasts who have won at least four medals at the Olympic Games and the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships combined.
|Rank||Gymnast||Years||Team||AA||FX||PH||SR||VT||PB||HB||Olympic Total||World Total||Total|
|1||Paul Hamm||2001–2004|| 2004 |
| 2004 |
| 2003 |
|2||Danell Leyva||2011–2016|| 2011 |
|2012|| 2016 |
| 2016 |
|3||Kurt Thomas||1978–1979||1979||1979|| 1978 |
|4||Bart Conner||1979–1984|| 1984 |
|1979|| 1984 |
|5||Peter Vidmar||1979–1984|| 1984 |
|7||Jake Dalton||2011–2013|| 2011 |
|Jonathan Horton||2008–2011|| 2008 |
Alexander Vladimirovich "Sasha" Artemev is a retired American artistic gymnast. Artemev was a member of the bronze medal-winning U.S. team at the 2008 Olympic Games. He is the 2006 all-around U.S. national champion. Known for his ability on pommel horse, he is the 2007 and 2008 U.S. national champion on the pommel horse and won the bronze medal on the event at the 2006 World Championships.
Jonathan Alan Horton is a retired American artistic gymnast. He is the 2008 Olympic silver medalist on high bar, the 2010 World all-around bronze medalist, a two-time Olympian, a two-time U.S. National All-Around Champion, and a 17-time medalist at the U.S. National Championships. At the 2008 Olympics, he also won a bronze medal with his U.S. teammates in the team competition. He also competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where he qualified for the high bar event final and finished in sixth place. In 2016, he had surgery on his left rotator cuff and as a result was unable to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Danell Johan Leyva is a Cuban-American former gymnast who competed for the United States. He is the 2012 Olympic individual all-around bronze medalist and 2016 Olympic parallel bars and horizontal bar silver medalist. He is also the 2011 US national all-around gold medalist and the 2011 world champion on the parallel bars.
The 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships were held in Tokyo, Japan, from October 7–16, 2011, at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. Due to uncertainty over the nuclear situation following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the International Federation of Gymnastics revealed it was considering moving the event, but on May 22 FIG president Bruno Grandi announced that the World Championships would take place in Tokyo as planned.
Jacob "Jake" Dalton is a retired American gymnast who was a member of the University of Oklahoma gymnastics team and the United States men's national gymnastics team. He represented the United States at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Dalton grew up in Sparks, Nevada, and is the son of Tim and Denise Dalton.
John Orozco is an American artistic gymnast who competed in the 2012 Olympics and is the 2012 U.S national champion. He was selected to the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team for the 2016 Olympic Games, but withdrew on July 15, 2016 due to an ACL injury. After graduating High School at 17, John trained for 7 years at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Christopher Brooks is a retired American gymnast. He won four gold medals at the 2012 Pacific Rim Championships. He has trained alongside Olympic and World Championships medalist Jonathan Horton as a junior, college and senior elite gymnast. On August 17, 2017, he announced his retirement from artistic gymnastics.
The men's artistic individual all-around was a competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. The event was held at the North Greenwich Arena 1 on 28 July and 1 August 2012. There were 41 competitors from 27 nations, counting only those gymnasts who performed on all six apparati during the qualifying round. The event was won by Kōhei Uchimura of Japan, the nation's first victory in the men's all-around since 1984 and fifth overall. Uchimura was the 14th man to earn multiple all-around medals, adding to his 2008 silver. Germany's Marcel Nguyen earned silver, the first men's all-around medal for a German gymnast since the 1936 Games in Berlin. Danell Leyva of the United States took bronze.
Samuel Anthony Mikulak is an American artistic gymnast. He is a six-time U.S. national all-around champion, the 2018 World bronze medalist on high bar, and a three-time Olympian. He is also an eight-time NCAA champion, winning the team, individual all-around and several individual event titles at the 2011, 2013 and 2014 NCAA Men's Gymnastics championships. Mikulak trains at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The USA Gymnastics National Championships is the annual artistic gymnastics national competition held in the United States for elite-level competition. It is currently organized by USA Gymnastics, the governing body for gymnastics in the United States. The national championships have been held since 1963.
Qualifications for Men's artistic gymnastic competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics were held at the North Greenwich Arena on July 28. The results of the qualification determined the qualifiers to the finals: 8 teams in the team final, 24 gymnasts in the all-around final, and 8 gymnasts in each of 6 apparatus finals. The competition was divided to 3 subdivisions. The first subdivision took place at 11:00 British Summer Time (UTC+1); the second and third subdivision at 15:30 BST and 20:00 BST respectively.
Brett Dallas McClure is a retired American gymnast. He won a bronze medal in the pommel horse at the 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, and later helped his U.S. gymnastics team earn a silver in the team competition at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. During his sporting career, McClure has collected two more silver medals in the same program at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. McClure is currently the High Performance Director with USA men's gymnastics.
The United States women's artistic gymnastics team represents the United States in FIG international competitions. Currently, the U.S. team is the reigning World team champion and the reigning Olympic team silver medalists, with the four gymnasts nicknamed the "Fighting Four".
The men's parallel bars competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics was held at the HSBC Arena on 16 August. There were 67 competitors from 33 nations. The event was won by Oleg Verniaiev of Ukraine, the nation's first victory in the parallel bars since 2004 and third overall. Danell Leyva won the United States' first medal in the event since 1996 with his silver; David Belyavskiy's bronze was Russia's first medal in the parallel bars since 2000. China's four-Games podium streak in the event ended.
The men's horizontal bar competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics was held at the HSBC Arena on 6 and 16 August. There were 71 competitors from 34 nations. The event was won by Fabian Hambüchen of Germany, the nation's first victory in the horizontal bar since 1996 and third overall. Danell Leyva won the United States' third silver medal in four Games in the event; Nile Wilson's bronze was Great Britain's first-ever medal in the horizontal bar.
The 2012 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials, referred to just as the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, was held from June 29 through July 1, 2012, at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California.
Yul Kyung-Tae Moldauer is an American artistic gymnast. He is the 2017 U.S. national all-around champion and the 2017 World bronze medalist on floor exercise. He represented the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
The 2019 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships was held in Stuttgart, Germany from October 4–13, 2019. The championships took place at the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, and was the third time the city of Stuttgart hosted the event following the 1989 and 2007 editions, and the fifth time Germany hosted it.
Shane Wiskus is an American artistic gymnast who represented the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Additionally he represented the United States at the 2019 World Championships and is a three-time NCAA Champion.