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icon05/05/2017 - 2017 Regional Champions for Tumbling and Trampoline

Congratulations to Team Eagle Trampoline and Tumbling team on another great competition. We had 13 Regional titles and 52 top 10 finishes throughout the weekend. This competition has 7 states involved and more than 1500 athletes competing over 4 days in Downtown Ft. Worth.

Eagle is proud to announce our Region 3 Champions:
Drew Collins- Senior Elite, Tumbling with 66.90
Hope Bravo- Senior Elite, Tumbling with 64.00
Jeremy Darr- Open Elite, Tumbling with 61.70
Weston Sitz- Level 10 in 15 and over, Trampoline with 60.40
Weston Sitz- level 9 in 15 and over, Double Mini with 64.90
Caroline Walker- Level 9 in 13-14 age group, Double mini with 62.50
Caroline Walker- Level 9 in 13-14 age group, Synchronized Trampoline with 38.70
Maya Goode- Level 6 in 9-10 age group, Trampoline with 26.70
Maya Goode- Level 6 in 9-10 age group, Double mini with 58.40
Maya Goode- level 6 in 9-10 age group, Tumbling with 57.00
Clark Branham- Level 4 in 8 yrs and under, Double Mini with 57.20
Emma Coulter- Level 4 in 8 and under, Double mini with 57.20

Congratulations to all of our athletes who competed at this Region 3 Championships. Some of these age groups and levels had almost 100 competitors. Next up for the Level 10s and Elites is the Elite Challenge in Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 17-21st. Good luck to all of the athletes competing! 

icon05/10/2017 - Eagle Gymnastics Boys perform at JO National Championships

The boys team traveled to Kissimmee Florida for the Junior Olympic National Championships on May 10, 2017. Training day was on the Wednesday and Zach Thomas and Carter Kim earned their right to train with the team representing Region 3 on the National floor. This was the start to many adventures for the boys to experience. Later on that night, was the opening ceremonies where all of teams that qualified to represent their families and gyms were introduced. In the end, there were 50 states, 9 Regions and over 800 athletes with the two Eagle boys being a part of this amazing experience.

The next day, Thursday, May 11th, brought their first competition. Zach started out the meet for Eagle. He had a great competition and finished up with taking home 14th on parallel bars and 13th on high bar with over 100 athletes in his age group. . 

Next up was Carter Kim. He was competing as a Junior Elite. In this category, he had a two day meet. On Day one, he competed his optional routines on Friday, May 12th with Region 3 winning the 2nd place team. Then on Sunday, May 14th was his Technical day. On this day he did an amazing job and gained vast experience. 

Both of the Eagle boys had an amazing season and with their hard work and determination, they earned the right and privelege to be a part of his experience. We are so proud of them and how they not only represented themselves but also Eagle Gymnastics Academy. Way to go! 

icon05/22/2017 - Tumbling and Trampoline Team travel to Elite Challenge

Eagle Gymnastics Academy sent 8 athletes to the Elite Challenge at the National Training Center held in Colorado Springs. The coaches are proud to report that all athletes qualified to compete in the Finals.

In the Senior Elite division, Hope Bravo earned 2nd for Women's Tumbling and Drew Collins earned 4th for Men's Tumbling. Isaac Rowley placed 4th in individual trampoline and 3rd in Synchro trampoline. 

Open Elite athlete, Jeremy Darr placed 2nd in tumbling and Rachel Ramage place 6th in tumbling in the Junior Elite division. 

Level 10 athletes, Weston Sitz and Amanda Thompson, placed 4th and 6th respectively on trampoline. 

The T & T Elite Challenge is the second of three qualifying events for determining the athletes who will represent the USA at the 2017 World Games in July 20-30th in Wroclaw, Poland. Athletes earn World Games bonus points based on performances at the 2017 Winter Classic held in February, the Elite Challenge and the 2017 USA Championships which will be held June 25- July 2, 2017. 

The top ranked athletes from each gender and discipline based on their World Games selection score will represent the USA. 

Best of luck to our athletes as they head off to National Championships in a few weeks. 

icon07/22/2017 - 2017 Stars and Stripes Champions

Our Tumbling and Trampoline team competed against athletes from around USA at the 2017 Stars and Stripes Championships on July 20-23, 2017 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Team Eagle brought home 10  podium finishes and two recognition awards. 

The Eagle Gymnastics Academy program was recognized by USA Gymnastics as DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAM of the YEAR. and Jared Olsen won DEVELOPMENTAL COACH of the YEAR!

Stars and Stripes Champions
Level 5: Maya G.- Tumbling champion in 9-10 year old age group
Level 6: Kate N- Double Mini champion in 10 year old age group
Level 7: Shelby C.- Trampoline and Double Mini champion in 11-12 year old age group

Top Podium Finishes were:
Level 5- Maya G- Double Mini placed 4th place
Level 6- Cate D- Silver medalist in Trampoline for 11-12 year olds
              Morgan B. 4th place in Trampoline for 10 year olds
             Sierra W- 7th place in Double Mini for 11-12 year olds
Level 7- Madelyn S.- 4th place in Double Mini and 7th on Trampoline in 11-12 year olds
              Sadie B.- 5th place in Tumbling for 13-14 year olds

Other Notable Placings
9th place- Cate D. Level 6 Double Mini- 11-12 year olds
10th place- Olivia O. Level 6 Tumbling- 9-10 year olds
10th place- Morgan B. Level 6 Trampoline- 10 year olds
11th place- Isabella S. Level 6 Trampoline- 10 year olds
13th place- Channing K. Level 5 Trampoline- 8 years and under
14th place- Ellie B. Level Level 5 Trampoline- 9-10 year olds
15th place- Ella P. Level 7 Trampoline and Double Mini- 11-12 year olds
21st place- Grace G. Level 6 Trampoline and Double Mini- 10 year olds

Congratulations on a great season! Next up is the Worlds Selection Camp and World Age Group Selection Camp to be held at the beginning of September. Best of luck to Isaac, Drew, Hope, Susan and Jeremy as they work to earn a spot on Team USA for the World Championships or World Age Group Championships to be held in Bulgaria in November. 

icon07/29/2017 - 2017 USA National Championships

Athletes from Eagle Gymnastics Academy in Frisco traveled to the USA National Championships for Trampoline and Trampoline this month and came back with 2 National Titles and several athletes placing in the top 10. Four athletes were named to the USA National Team and Coach Jared Olsen was recognized as the Tumbling Coach of the Year and named to National Team Coaching Staff.

In the level 8, age 10 and under division, Kyrsten D. earned the silver medal on Double Mini, Kayla G. earned 4th place on Double Mini and 5th place on Trampoline. In the 11-12 age group, Merit W. placed 10th on Double Mini and 6th on Trampoline. For Tumbling, Gracie C. placed 4th and Grace S. placed 13th. In the 15 and over division, Bailey C. placed 15th on both Trampoline and Double Mini. Also competing level 8, Mia D., Sadie B., Mihika S. earned some valuable experience at their first USA National Championships.

Competing Level 9, Faith B. earned 8th place on Tumbling in the 13-14 age group, and sister Hope B. earned 11th. Trying to defend her National Title, Caroline W. came up just a few tenths short in scores and earned the silver medal in both Trampoline and Double Mini in the 13-14 yera old age division. in the 15 and older age group, Ellee E. placed 10th on Tumbling and both Amanda T. and Weston S. were crowned the National Champion title on trampoline and Amanda T. finished 7th place. 

Competing at the highest level in the sport at the elite level, Eagle athletes proved they could compete amongst the best in the country. In the Open Elite division on tumbling, Jeremy D. finished 4th place. In the Jr. Elite Division, Rachel R. placed 9th, earning a spot on USA's National Team. In the Senior Elite Division on tumbling, both athletes, Drew C. and Hope B. placed 4th, also earning a spot on USA's National Team.

Competing in her first year as a Senior Elite, Susan S. had an impressive competition finishing 5th place on individual trampoline and 2nd in Synchro Trampoline. Isaac R. finished 6th place in individual trampoline, and 3rd in Synchro Trampoline. Isaac was named to USA's National Team and will be representing the USA at the World Cup in Belarus in August for both individual and Synchro Trampoline.

Next up for the Elites is the World Championships Selection Camp, August 31- September 3rd at the National Training Camp in Huntsville, Texas. Four of our senior elites have been invited to participate. The following weekend the 4 athletes will return for the World Age Group Competition Selection Camp.

Congratulations and Good luck to all of our Team Eagle Athletes! 

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! 

icon08/26/2017 - Eagle Athletes Have Flower Power

The Eagle Gymnastics Girls Compulsory Team competed at the Flower Power District Qualifier in Plano, TX on August 26-27, 2017. The Level 2 team walked away with 1st place, led by Sophie G., Ryleigh H., Joslynn P. and Brynlee S rounded out the team.

On Saturday afternoon, the Level 3 team got their turn. With lots of competition, the girls put forth their best effort, earning 2nd place team. In the Sr. B division, Amelia F., placed 1st on beam and AA and 2nd on bars. Also in Sr. B,  Alyssa V., earned 2nd on beam. in the Jr. C division, Maycie N. placed 1st on bars and beam. Paige M. Emmeline P. and Anaya L. all put up great performances.

The level 5 team competed early Sunday morning. In the Sr. division, Allie P. finished 1st on beam while teammate Sydney K. took 3rd on beam and floor. In Jr. B Lila N. earned 2nd on beam and with a fall and some wobbles, the girls put forth their best effort, earning 3rd place team. 

The level 4s competed early Sunday afternoon. The Level 4 team was led by Sydney B. in the Sr. B division, who earned 1st on beam and 2nd on bars. Also Sr. B, Alexa L. placed 3rd on beam. Emilia A. took 3rd on bars in the Sr.A division. Lindsay R. & Andrea L. had great performances and helped the team earn 1st place. Also, good job to Amy N. who competed Achievement and for competing her full  floor routine for the first time. 

Fantastic job to the girls and good luck on their next meet at the Red River Rivalry in McKinney the weekend of September 9, 2017. 

icon09/09/2017 - Red Rivalry Competition For Girls Team

The Eagle Gymnastics Compulsory Girls Team competed in McKinney, Texas on September 9, 2017 at the Red River Rivalry District Qualifier.

Level 4s began our weekend Saturday morning with encouraging thoughts. Starting on floor, they each gave it their all. Beam was a little shaky, but the girls kept a positive outlook and finished solid on vault and bars. Shaelyn H. Sr. Division, took 1st on bars. Teammates Sydney B. earned 2nd on bars and beam and Andrea L. placed 2nd on floor. In the Jr. B. division, Emilia A. finished 3rd on bars and Sophia N. earned 3rd on beam. The team brought home 3rd place team award.

The Level 2 team was comprised of Sophie G, Ryleigh H, Joslynn P, and Brynlee S. The level 2s had a couple of falls on bars, but otherwise gave strong performances. They each gained confidence and experience as their first season progresses. The level 2 team walked away victorious with the 1st place team award.

The Level 3 team competed early Sunday morning. In the Jr. A division, Emmaline P. finished 3rd on vault. In the Jr. B division, Amelia F. earned 1st on vault and 3rd on bars. Anaya L. placed 1st on vault in the Sr. Division. A little wobbly on beam, the girls made improvements on floor this week and congrats to Alyssa V. for competing her round off back handspring for the first time!

Competing Sunday evening, the Level 5 athletes got their chance to compete. With a crash in warmups on floor, Lila N, Sr. A division, had a great recovery and took 1st on floor and 2nd on vault. Sydney K. Sr. B division, earned 1st on vault and all around and 3rd on floor. Teammate Allie P. finished 3rd on floor and all around. The level 5 team brought home the 3rd place team award. 

Wonderful job to our compulsory athletes. Good luck on their next meet at the Pretty in Pink Qualifier on September 23 & 24th weekend. 

Dare to Soar Eagles!

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. 

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