2023 Winter Cup/Elite Team Cup

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So excited to see the men compete this year! Should be a great competition!

Here is the list of senior men expected to compete:
Javier Alfonso, Miami, FL/University of Michigan
Drake Andrews, Sarasota, FL/EVO Gymnastics
Michael Artlip, Bellaire, TX/Penn State University
Maxim Bereznev, Woodstock, GA/Roswell Gymnastics
Jeremy Bischoff, Santa Clarita, CA/Stanford University
Landen Blixt, Fowlerville, MI/University of Michigan
Cameron Bock, Ann Arbor, MI/University of Michigan
Garrett Braunton, USAF Academy, CO/USAF
Taylor Burkhart, Stanford, CA/Stanford University
Taylor Christopulos, Layton, UT/University of Nebraska
Matt Cormier, Milton, MA/Penn State University
Brandon Dang, San Jose, CA/West Coast Olympic Gymnastics Academy
Chase Davenport-Mills, Johns Creek, GA/Roswell Gymnastics
Alex Diab, Bradenton, FL/EVO Gymnastics
Isaiah Drake, Los Angeles, CA/US Naval Academy
Mike Fletcher, Nashua, NH/University of Illinois
Jack Freeman, Palestine, TX/University of Oklahoma
Spencer Goodell, Tigard, OR/University of Oklahoma
Vitaliy Guimaraes, Norman, OK/University of Oklahoma
Ian Gunther, Houston, TX/Stanford University
Dallas Hale, Frisco, TX/Cypress Academy
Asher Hong, Tomball, TX/Stanford University
Patrick Hoopes, Lehi, UT/USAF
Evan Hymanson, Morganville, NJ/Stanford Boys Gymnastics
Michael Jaroh, State College, PA/Penn State University
Joshua Karnes, Erie, PA/Penn State University
Anthony Koppie, Fayetteville, GA/Roswell Gymnastics
Ian Lasic-Ellis, Dover, MA/Stanford University
Troy Lipis, Valencia, CA/Gymnastics World
Riley Loos, Folsom, CA/Stanford University
Connor McCool, Chesterfield, MO/University of Illinois
Yul Moldauer, Arvada, CO/5280 Gymnastics
Stephen Nedoroscik, Sarasota, FL/EVO Gymnastics
Kameron Nelson, Evans, GA/Ohio State University
Noah Newfeld, Plano, TX/University of California – Berkeley
Zachary Nunez, Houston, TX/University of Oklahoma
Vahe Petrosyan, Van Nuys, CA/Gymnastics Olympica USA
Curran Phillips, Naperville, IL/Stanford University
Rithik Puri, Chicago, IL/University of Michigan
Fred Richard, Stoughton, MA/University of Michigan
David Shamah, McKinney, TX/EVO Gymnastics
Daniel Simmons, Cypress, TX/University of Oklahoma
Ian Skirkey, Pepperell, MA/University of Illinois
Blake Sun, San Antonio, TX/Stanford University
Colin Van Wicklen, Spring, FL/EVO Gymnastics
Shane Wiskus, Sarasota, FL/EVO Gymnastics
Ignacio Yockers, Tulsa, OK/University of Oklahoma
Khoi Young, Bowie, MD/Stanford University

The pommel battle could be epic at this one! Stephen, Khoi, Ignacio, Ian, plus others.

Never thought I would say pommel will be exciting, but it will be!
Winter Cup senior men day 1 starting right now, streaming live on USAG’s youtube:

We have John Roethlisberger and Sam Peszek commentating.

Though the name banner under John just labeled him as Leia Skywalker.
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Half way through it’s
  1. Shane Wiskus
  2. Yul Moldaur
  3. Joshua Karnes
  4. Asher Hong (2 falls on PH)
  5. Fred Richard
  1. Yul Moldauer 85.342
  2. Fred Richard 84.602
  3. Asher Hong 81.948
  4. Ian Lasic-Ellis 81.905
  5. Shane Wiskus 81.200
Top 5 AA are automatically on the National Team
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The top 5 on PH all only competed PH

Stephen Nedoroscik - 15.092
Patrick Hoopes - 14.992
Ian Skirkey - 14.972
Ignacio Yockers - 14.942
Brandon Dang - 14.466

and then Yul was 6th on PH (13.957)
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Yul Moldauer captures men’s title at 2023 Winter Cup​

The Tokyo 2020 Olympian was solid across all six events, sending a clear message after missing out on last year’s Worlds

Yul Moldauer took a step toward erasing the disappointment of missing out on the U.S. World Championships team last season on Friday (24 February) as he captured the men’s all-around title at the 2023 Winter Cup Challenge in Louisville, Kentucky.

Moldauer earned a 85.342 total, holding off Fred Richard (84.602) and Asher Hong (81.948). Ian Lasic-Ellis (81.905) finished fourth, while Tokyo 2020 Olympian Shane Wiskus (81.200) was fifth. All five men earn automatic berths to the U.S. national team.

A Tokyo Olympian, Moldauer began his competition on the horizontal bar with a 13.500. He moved to the floor exercise in the second rotation, posting a 14.400 for his routine that included a Randi and stuck Arabian double half-out. He, then, posted scores of 13.357, pommel horse; 14.144, still rings; and 14.250, vault.

Heading into the final rotation, Moldauer was in second, just slightly behind Hong, but after he posted a 15.121, Moldauer could not be caught.

“He came out swinging,” said U.S. men’s high performance director Brett McClure, a 2004 Olympian, on the event webcast. “He set the tone with one his weaker events, starting on high bar: nailed it. And just let it ride the rest of the meet. It was really fun to watch.”

In the final rotation, Richard deliverd a clutch high bar routine that included two high-flying catch-and-release moves for a 14.962, the highest mark on the event all day, to move into second. Hong dropped to third overall after over-rotating a double front in a combination pass. He scored just 12.203.

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Fred Richard should be on the World Team this year, as well as Yul. If Richard can continue the all around consistency and strong high bar scores it is a no brainer.

Malone, Richard, Moldaeur, Hong, +1 would be the ideal team.

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