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icon04/22/2023 - Eagle Qualifies 8 athletes to Region 3 Championships

The month of March was eventful for the Women's Team at Eagle Gymnastics Academy. Eight of nine of our athletes were able to qualify for their respective Region 3 Championships in the Month of April. 

Level 8 Elise and Zaria qualified  to compete in Oklahoma City, OK the weekend of April 21-23, 2023. Level 7s Emmeline, Alena, Maliah, Maycie and Reghan qualified to compete in Little Rock, AR the weekend of April 28-30th. Level 10 Ryan narrowly missed out on qualifying to Regionals after uncharacteristic mistakes on beam. She did however post personal bests on bars and floor. 

icon03/21/2023 - Eagle Athlete to Represent USA in Mexico

The USA will send eight trampoline gymnasts to represent the country at the 2023 Senior Pan Am Championships on May 12-14, 2023 in Monterrey, Mexico. The roster of selected National Team athletes features Olympians and World Champions and medalists. 

The men's roster includes Olympian Aliaksei Shostak, 2022 World team all around silver medalists Cody Gesuelli and Isaac Rowley and reigning World and U.S. double mini champion Ruben Padilla.

Olympian Nicole Ahsinger is set to represent the women in trampoline competition along with last year's US individual and synchronized trampoline champion Sarah Webster, 2022 World team all around silver medalist Jessica Stevens, and 2022 U.S. individual and synchro trampoline bronze medalist Ava Hernando. 

Each athlete will compete in the individual and synchronized trampoline divisions.

Pan American Gymnastics Championships are the official continental gymnastics championships for North, South and Central America and the Caribbean. The Trampoline Championships serve to qualify countries to the 2023 Pan American Games to be held in Santiago, Chile in November. The championships feature Men's and Women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, as well as aerobic gymnastics. U.S rosters in other disciplines will be announced later on this spring. 

icon04/14/2023 - State Champions for Tumbling and Trampoline Team

Over the weekend of April 14-16, 2023, Team Eagle's Tumbling and Trampoline Team participated in the North Texas Trampoline and Tumbling State Championships in North Richland Hills, TX. 

Team Eagle came home with 30 STATE CHAMPIONS, 16 2nd place finishes, 10 third place finishes and 27 other top 10 finishes. In addition, to individual titles, Eagle athletes also won 4 overall state titles, and 8 team event titles. 

Over All State Champions include:
Level 6: Elliott Mc.
Level 7: Sorian Sk.
Level 8: Tatum U.
Level 10: Rocki C.

Event Team Champions include:
Level 6: Tumbling and Trampoline
Level 7: Double Mini and Trampoline
Level 8: Tumbling
Level 9: Double Mini and Tumbling
Level 10: Double Mini

For the level 5-Elite, State Championships is the first opportunity for athletes to qualify for the Stars and Stripes Championships and/or USA Championships. 100% of our eligible athletes qualified for at least one event for their respective competitions. 

Congratulations to everyone!

Up next, the team heads to Fort Worth, Texas to participate in Region 3 Championships on May 5-6, 2023. Good luck to everyone!

icon04/22/2023 - Regional Championships for Men's Team

After a long season of hard work, dedication, and training, the boy's team as ready to show it off at the biggest compulsory meet of the season, Regionals. 

The level 3s started off strong on Friday, highlighted by Knox L. winning second place all around. He also finished 4th on high bar, 3rd on floor, and 2nd on parallel bars. Ayaan K. had a great rings which placed him on the podium and Asa H. earned third on high bar. 

On the second day of competition, the 5s and 6s greatly improved their scores from the State meet. Yuva B. led the group winning 2nd place all around and taking home the GOLD and become the REGIONAL CHAMP on parallel bars. Mason had one of his best meets in recent memory which improved his AA score and Matthew Mulhardt exploded on pommel horse to take the GOLD and become REGIONAL CHAMPION.

The level 4s were in charge of finishing the job and Cayson M. fought through a tough warm up on parallel bars to compete a very clean routine. Clark G. took home the silver medal on high bar after a beautiful routine. Way to go!

icon05/06/2023 - Regional Champions Crowned for Tumbling and Trampoline

Over the weekend of May 5-7, 2023, the Tumbling and Trampoline team participated in the Region 3 Regional Championships in Fort Worth, TX. Team Eagle came home with 12 REGIONAL CHAMPIONS, 14 2nd place finishes and 22 other top 10 finishes. 

REGIONAL CHAMPS
Ezra F.: Age 9-10 yrs, Level 3 Tumbling, Level 4 Double Mini, Level 4 Trampoline
Blakeli M. : age 9-10 yrs. Level 6, Trampoline
CJ Uldrich: Level 8 trampoline
Quinn Mc.: age 11-12, level 9, Double Mini
Cate D.: age 15+, Level 9, Tumbling
Grace E.: age 13-14yrs, Level 10, Youth Elite, Double Mini
Maya G.: age 15-16 yrs, Level 10, Tumbling
Channing K, and Grace E.,: Youth Elite Synchro Trampoline
Kate A.: Jr. Elite Trampoline

In addition to the competition results, Coach Drew was the recipient of an academic scholarship for coaches and judges in the Region. Way to go Everyone. 

Up next for the team, our Level 10s and up will compete in the Elite Challenge taking place in Irving, TX. This will be the second of the three competitions where our Elite's will have the opportunity to earn points for the upcoming World Championships and World Age Groups Competition. For the Level 10 and Open athletes, they will compete against other top competitors in their respective levels and age groups across the Nation. Best of Luck to Everyone. 

Lastly, Coach Isaac will be traveling to Montery, Mexico to participate in the Pan American Championships along with other Team USA members. This will be the first step in qualifying the United States a spot at the 2024 Olympic Games. Best of luck to him and his teammates on the US National Team. 

icon05/13/2023 - National Championships For Men's Team in Oklahoma City

Congratulations to our Men's team who will wrap up competition at the Men's Developmental Nationals in Oklahoma City over the weekend of May 11-14, 2023. 

Andrew and Simon competed in the Level 9 Junior Elite Division and Simon earned 4th place on high bar and 7th on Rings.

In the Level 10, sixteen-year-old division, Tyler placed 6th on rings and Zach H. placed 10th on high bar. In the Level 10, eighteen-year-old category, Caleb earned 6th place on parallel bars. 

Congratulations to the boys and the coaches for an incredible showing at Nationals. What a fantastic way to wrap up a memorable season, we are so proud of each of you!

icon06/19/2023 - USA CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR TUMBLING AND TRAMPOLINE

Over the week of June 19-25, 2023, our Tumbling and Trampoline team attended the USA Gymnastics Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is the final competition of the season for the majority of our upper level groups. Of the 19 athletes that Eagle had attend, Eagle had amazing results. 

Eagle athletes came home with 5 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS, four second place finishes, two bronze medalists and 12 other top 10 finishes. After the long week, Eagle returned to Texas with TWO SENIOR NATIONAL TEAM MEMBERS, Isaac Rowley in trampoline and Hope Bravo in Tumbling. Eagle is also proud to announce that in the JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM MEMBER category, Kate Arakawa qualified in Trampoline and Skye Hawk in Tumbling. Congratulations to our entire team who had an incredibly successful competition. 

Once all the points have been added up and the committee has scrutinized all the competitions, they will announce the team for World Championships and World Age Group Competition. We have our fingers crossed that Eagle athletes will be selected through this process. 

Eagle also has three of our athletes that have their bags packed and ready to go to Portugal for World Cup. Isaac Rowley will be first to compete over July 1-2 in Santerem, Portugal and Skye Hawk and Kate Arakawa will compete the following week in Coimbru, Portugal over July 7-8th. Good luck and we are so proud of them already! 

icon06/27/2023 - Portugal World Cup Bronze Medal for Trampolinist

More than 30 trampoline and tumbling athletes will represent their country at the Santarem World Cup in Santarem, Portugual. Our very own Isaac Rowley, represented USA in the synchronized trampoline competition with Cody Gesuelli as his synchro partner. The young men, flipped and twisted to earn a bronze medal! Congratulations, we are so proud of Isaac and Cody for representing USA, Eagle and themselves in this competition of the best in the world! 

icon07/05/2023 - Portugal World Cup for Tumbling and Trampoline

So many exciting things happened over the past week for our trampoline and tumbling team. We had three athletes go to Portugal to compete in international competitions.

Isaac Rowley competed in the Santarem World Cup and the Coimbra World Cup where he had and exceptional showing. Isaac placed 6th in the individual trampoline and 3rd in synchronized trampoline in Santarem and 31st in individual trampoline. Isaac and his synchro partner placed 8th in the preliminary round in synchro, but because of the one pair per country rule, they were bumped out of the finals into 10th place. Isaac completed 100% of his competition routines during this trip.

Kate Arakawa and Skyelar Hawk also traveled to Portugal, and they competed in the Scalibus Cup. It was Kate's first international competition, and she completed all her routines. She made finals and finished 7th place in individual trampoline in the U16 group. Teammate Skyelar also made finals in tumbling and is bringing home the bronze medal for the U17 group in tumbling. For the team awards, Kate and Skye are also coming home with team awards. Kate and her USA trampoline teammates are bringing home the gold medal and Skye and her USA tumbling teammates secured the silver medal. 

In other news, USA Gymnastics announced their jumpstart, Elite Development Program (EDP) World Age Group and World Championships team over the July 4th weekend. We are proud to announce that Casen Kim (double mini), and Quinn McCraw (trampoline) were selected for the jumpstart team. Grace Encalade (trampoline) and Casen Kim (trampoline) were selected for the EDP team. These athletes will participate in National Camp with the National coaching staff in Peoria, IL on Labor Day weekend. 

We have two athletes who will be joining Team USA at the trampoline and tumbling World Championships and three athletes who will be competing at the World Age Group competition held in Birmingham, England in November. Eagle will be represented at World Championships by Hope Bravo in tumbling and Isaac Rowley in individual and synchronized trampoline. Kate Arakawa and Grace Encalade will be competing in individual trampoline and synchronized trampoline while Skyelar Hawk will be competing in tumbling at the World Age Group competition. 

Finally, two of our trampoline and tumbling coaches have been selected to coach these Team USA athletes. Coach Jared has been selected to coach trampoline at the Pan American Championships in Chile in November and Coach Drew has been selected to coach trampoline at the World Age Group competition in Birmingham, England. 

We are so proud of our trampoline and tumbling athletes and coaches and wish them the best of luck in their future camps and competitions. 

icon06/23/2023 - Eagle Performs at Victoria Gardens Nursing Home

On June 23, 2023 Eagle Gymnastics had a group of young gymnasts from our recreational classes perform for the residents of Victoria Gardens. Thank you to Hayley, Daisy, Dottie and Nicole for a spectacular performance! The residents and staff were grateful and excited to watch our gymnasts show off their skills and our girls were proud and excited to make the residents smile.

Thank you to our girls, and Coach Myke, for bringing smiles and joy for all those who watched your wonderful handstands and cartwheels The residents truly appreciated you taking the time to visit with them. 

icon07/28/2023 - Stars and Stripes Championships for Tumble and Trampoline Team

Our Level 5-7 athletes attended their final competition of the season in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida. This was an amazing end to a great season for the 9 athletes that attended. Team Eagle came home with one STARS CHAMPION, two second place finishes, 5- 3rd place and 7 other top 10 finishers. All the coaches are very proud of these athletes and are excited to start working towards next season. 

Following the Stars and Stripes competition, USA National Team Members- Hope B., Kate A., Isaac R. and Skye H. all participated in their first National team camp of 2023-2024 season. Following this camp, Hope and Isaac will compete in World Cup. This is the second Olympic Qualifier for countries to secure their country a spot in the 2024 Games in Paris. Best of luck to both athletes this up coming week. 

icon09/09/2023 - Pretty in Pink Results for Women's Team

Our compulsory teams shined at Pretty in Pink this past weekend at Texas Dynamics.

The level 3 team took home 1st place in Small Team Division. The girls earned this title with several top 5 finishes and multiple gold medals. Destiny (Jr. C) earned 1st place on beam and had top 5 finishes on vault and all around. Hannah (Sr. A) earned 1st on bars, 3rd on floor and had top 5 all around finish. Makena (Sr. A) earned 3rd on vault had top 5 finishes on beam, floor and the all around. Zoe M competed in achievement division and had a great showing. 

Our Level 4 team competed next. Sofia (Jr. C) earned first place on bars, beam and the all around. She also earned 3rd on floor and had top 5 finishes on vault and floor. Rounding out our team in the achievement division, Ryleigh, Emilie, and Ella, had strong showing on all 4 events.

The level 2 team finished out our weekend with 1st place in Medium Team Division. This was the first meet for many of these competitors. The girls had a wonderful competition with many getting to sign the special "score achievement" boards upon return. Our level 2 team members are Ava, Christina, Zoe. W. Geneva, Marlie Ann, Scarlett, Raegan and Claire.

Congratulations to all our compulsories on a great start of the season! 

icon09/16/2023 - Rising Stars Amazing Results For Girls Team

The women compulsory athletes SHINED this past weekend, September 16-17, 2023, at the Rising Stars competition at WOGA.

The Level 2 team started out the weekend winning FIRST PLACE in the medium team divisions. Congratulations to Raegan, Claire, Christiana, Marlie Ann, Scarlett, Genevea, Ava, and Zoey W.

Next to compete was the Level 3 team of Zoey M., and Destiny who competed in the Sr. A division where Destiny earned a top 5 finish on vault. Makena and Hannah competed in the Sr B division. Makena earned 2nd place on bars and floor and had top 5 finishes on beam and the all-around Hannah earned 3rd on bars and had a top 5 finish on vault. Combined, these athletes won FIRST PLACE in the small team division.  

Rounding out our weekend were our Level 4 team. Competing in the Jr A division, Piper earned 2nd on floor, 3rd on bars and had top 5 finishes on vault and in the all around. Coco, also a Jr A, earned a top 5 finish on vault. In the Sr A division, Anastasia earned 2nd on bars, 3rd on floor and 1st on vault, bean and the all-around. Sofia, also in SrA. earned a top 5 finish on vault. Camryn finished out our Sr A's with a 1st place finish on bars. Kennedy (Sr B) earned 3rd place on beam. Also competing and helping the team to a SECOND PLACE medium team finish were Ryleigh, Ella and Emilie. 

Congratulations to all our athletes who competed this weekend and good luck to those competing at Judges Cup on September 30- October 1st. Go Eagle!

icon10/07/2023 - Level 2 team are DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!

Over the weekend of October 7-8, 2023, our Level 2 and 4 teams competed at the District Championships in Rockwall, Texas.

Congratulations to the Level 2 team who through their hard work became DISTRICT CHAMPIONS! The level 2 team consisted of Ava, Christina, Claire, Genevea, Marlie Ann, Reagan and Scarlett. Our level 2 team will finish out their season at the Hillenburg competition on November. 

Our Level 4 team had a great competition earning 2nd place as a team with several athletes becoming district champions in the individual events and the all around. Coco (Jr A) became DISTRICT CHAMPION on vault, top 5 bars, 3rd on beam and second all around. Anastasia and Ella competed in the Jr Division. Anastasia earned 3rd on vault and beam, and DISTRICT CHAMPION on bars, floor and All Around. Competing in the Sr A division were Sofia, Emilie, Ryleigh and Camryn. Sofia earned a top 5 finish on vault and the all around, 3rd on beam, and 2nd on floor. Emilie earned 3rd on beam, and Camryn had a top 5 finish on beam and is DISTRICT CHAMPION on bars. Kennedy (Sr C) finished out our competition earning a top 5 finish on beam. 

Next up on our Level 4s head to the North State Championships where they will compete to earn a place at the State Championships in November. Go Eagle!

icon10/14/2023 - District Championship Results

Saturday, October 14th, our level 3 team competed at the District Championships. Competing in Jr B3 were Destiny and Zoe. Destiny earned top 5 finishes on vault and beam. Hannah (Jr B4) earned FIRST PLACE on bars and beam becoming District Champion on both events and had a top 5 finish in all around. Makena (Jr C1) earned 3rd on bars and h ad a top 5 finish on beam and all around. Together these girls earned 3rd place as a small team.

Congratulations to our District Champions! 

Up next for this girls team, they compete at the North State Championships on November 3-4th. Best of luck!

icon10/28/2023 - North State Championships in Allen

Saturday, October 28th, the level 4 team competed at the North State Championship in Allen, TX. 

Coco (Jr A1) earned 1st on vault, 3rd on bars and beam, top 4 on floor and 2nd in the all around. Piper (A3) had a CLEAN SWEEP earning 1st place on vault, bars, beam, floor and all -around. Piper also had the highest score of the entire meet with a 9.85 on bars. Competing in Jr B3 were Anastasia and Ella. Anastasia earned 2nd on vault, 3rd on bars and 1st on beam, floor and the all-around. 

Competing in the senior divisions were Emilie, Sofia and Ryleigh. In Sr A1, Emilie earned a top 4 finish on bars. Sofia, Sr A2, earned 1st on beam and floor and second all around. Also in the Sr A2 division, Ryleigh earned top 4 on bars and beam. 

All of these girls qualified to the State Championships in Lubbock, on November 17-18, 2023.

Congratulations to all of our North State Champions!

icon11/04/2023 - North State Championships for Girls

Our Level 3 team wrapped up their fall season at the North State Championships on November 4, 2023.

Starting off this weekend were Hannah and Makena. Makena (Sr A3) is North State Champion on vault, earned top 5 finishes on vault, beam, and floor and 2nd in the all-around. Hannah, (Sr A2) earned second on bars and floor. 

Next up were Destiny and Zoe. Destiny earned 2nd on beam and third on floor and the all around. All of our girls did wonderful with several achieving their highest scores of the season. 

Congratulations to all of our North State Champions!

icon11/11/2023 - 2023 World Championships in England

Eagle Gymnastics is proud to announce that we have two athletes representing USA and Eagle Gymnastics at the Tumbling and Trampoline World Championships in England. They traveled to France at the beginning of November to take part in the World training camp and then the USA team traveled to France to prepare for the World Championships. 

Hope Bravo will be coming home with a BRONZE medal! Team USA earned the Bronze in the Team Division for Tumbling at the World Championships in England. They came out on top of 

Isaac Rowley and his Synchro teammate finished the team trampoline final in fifth place which is the highest finish for USA since 2009! Another big feat, the USA team for synchro competed in the team event and the team of Nicole, Kaden, Miah, Cody, Shelby, Ruben, Isaac (Eagle athlete), Alexi, Jessica and Sarah all walked away with GOLD and are the World Champions in the team event!

On November 12th, Eagle Gymnastics has three athletes and two coaches that are flying to Birmingham, England for the World Age Group Championships. We are so excited and proud of Kate, Sky and Grace for representing USA and Eagle on trampoline, tumbling and trampoline respectively and this is the first time competing in an international meet for Kate and Grace. We also have our own coaches representing USA as team coaches, Coach Jared for tumbling and Coach Drew for trampoline. We are also so proud of the coaches for all of their hard work and being chosen to represent USA. 

Good luck to all and congratulations again to Isaac and Hope on their HUGE accomplishment and becoming World Champions. 

icon11/18/2023 - Multiple State Titles Coming Home

Our level 4 girls team rocked it in Lubbock, TX over the weekend of November 18, 2023 bringing home multiple STATE titles. 

We had several girls compete in the Junior Divisions. Coco (A2) earned 2nd on bars, beam and floor and is the STATE CHAMPION on vault and the all-around. Piper (A5) earned a top 5 finish on vault, 2nd on bars and the all around and is the STATE CHAMPION on floor. Anastasia (C3) earned 3rd on vault and is the STATE CHAMPION on bars, beam, floor and the all around. Rounding out our junior divisions, Ella (C4) earned top 5 finishes on vault, floor and the all around. 

Competing in the Senior Divisions were Emilie, Ryleigh and Sofia. Emilie (A1) earned 2nd on bars and had a top 5 finish on beam and the all around. Ryleigh (A3) earned 3rd on bars and had a top 5 finish on beam and the all around. Rounding out the senior divisions was Sofia (A4). She earned top 4 finishes on bars and the all around and is the STATE CHAMPION on beam and floor.

Congratulations to our Level 4s on a great season and to all of our STATE CHAMPIONS!

icon11/11/2023 - Gold and Bronze at World Championships

November was a busy month for our trampoline and tumbling team. We had two athletes (Hope Bravo and Isaac Rowley) attend the World Championships held in Birmingham, England on November 8-12, 2023 and three athletes (Kate Arakawa, Skyelar Hawk and Grace Encalade) attend the World Age Groups competition also held in Birmingham, England on November 16-19, 2023. 

On November 1st, Hope and Isaac travelled with the rest of the USA Trampoline and Tumbling team to Rennes, France, where they had a four-day preparation camp. During this camp, they trained twice daily and had team bonding activities in preparation for the World Championships. They left France and arrived in Birmingham, England on November 6th where they had two more days of training on the competition equipment. 

Isaac competed in one of the first groups on Thursday, November 9th in individual trampoline, where he completed his routine. Stil, unfortunately, it wasn't his best, and it placed him in 36th out of 99 competitors. The top 24 athletes move on to the next qualification round. After all male athletes competed in the first qualification round, the USA men found themselves qualifying for the team final in 4th place, where the top 5 teams advanced into the team final. In the trampoline team final competition, Isaac and his teammates competed alongside a mighty field of competitors and finished 5th place. 

Hope competed about an hour later in the women's tumbling event, where she had two stellar routines, placing her in 13th out of 46 and moving her on to the next qualification round. The women's tumbling team qualified into the tumbling team final in 3rd place where they would compete for a team medal. Following an exciting team final, the Team USA girls brought home the BRONZE MEDAL. In the second qualification round of individual tumbling, Hope completed her tumbling run, which gave her a score that placed her in 15th place. 

Isaac competed in the synchronized trampoline event on Friday, with his synchro partner Cody Gesuell. Isaac and Cody hit a strong routine, giving them a score to qualify them into the second qualification round as the top USA pair. In the second round of synchronized trampoline qualifications, Isaac's partner did not complete the routine, putting them in 15th place. Isaac and Cody were selected to compete in the all-around team final on the last day. With the exceptional routines across all events, Team USA triumphed as the World Champions in the team all-around., earning a well-deserved GOLD MEDAL

Kate, Skye and Grace arrived in Birmingham, England on November 13, 2023. They had a tour of the Cadbury Chocolate Factory and a rest day upon arrival, then they trained twice a day on Tuesday and Wednesday then started the competition on Thursday. Kate and Skye competed on the first day of the competition, Kate on the individual trampoline and Skye on tumbling. It was Kate's first World Age Groups, and her nerves got the best of her and she did not complete her routine. She shook the nerves off after the fall and succeeded in completing her second routine, putting her in 55th place in the 15-16 years old age group. 

Skye was competing in her third World Age Group competition and was returning from a broken food that happened at the beginning of August. After being cleared by the doctor to train, she only had five practices at home before leaving for England. Even with only having those five practices, Skye's international experience allowed her to compete for a new pass. With the limitations of her training, she didn't have her correct mark and landed back on the rod floor, causing her to rebound and touch her hands on the ground. Skye finished in 17th place in the 15–16-year-old age group. 

The day after, Grace participated in the individual trampoline event, which marked her debut in international competitions and her first ever World Age Group competition. Unfortunately, her nerves got the best of her, and she bounced off onto teh end trampoline mats, leading to a premature end to her second routine. As a result, she finished in 55th place in the 13–14-year-old divisions. 

Kate and Grace participated in the synchronized trampoline event, where they teamed up with fellow American athletes. Due to the limited practice sessions with their partners, the duo faced a tough time during the competition. Kate and her partner secured 25th place in the 15–16-year-old group, while Grace and her partner finished 26th in the 13–14-year-old group. 

Overall, the World Championships and the World Age Groups Competition, were successful in their ways. It was an excellent experience for everyone, each athlete made memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. Our coaches and everyone at Eagle Gymnastics Academy are super proud of these five athletes and are excited to see what comes next in their athletic careers. 

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