The Pan American Gymnastics Union has released the nominative rosters for this year’s Pan American Championships, to be held beginning July 14 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each federation.
Confirmed by La Doble Digital on June 23.
Confirmed by Federacion Gymnastico Arubano on June 17.
Olivia Kelly confirmed her participation on Instagram on July 2.
Confirmed by the Confederação Brasileira de Ginástica on July 11. Jade Barbosa was originally expected to compete, but withdrew on July 9 due to a knee injury and was replaced by Lorrane Oliveira, who is the alternate.
Confirmed by Gymnastics Canada on July 11.
Confirmed by the Federación Deportiva de Gimnasia y Afines de Costa Rica on June 24.
Confirmed by Iowa State Gymnastics on July 7.
Confirmed by the Jamaica Observer on July 8.
Nominative. Karla Rivera is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Federación Panameña Gimnasia on July 5.
Confirmed by El Vocero on July 9. Sofia Delgado is the alternate.
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Confirmed by USA Gymnastics on July 6. Addison Fatta is the alternate.
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Do you have any intel on Martina Dominici’s sanción? I don’t see her in Argentina’s roster
I think she tried to appeal it last year but it didn’t go through? As far as I know she is banned for 3-4 years…that’s what I remember from last year. I think she becomes eligible to compete again in 2024 or 2025.
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She’s banned until June 2024
I thought Pan Am’s Started tomorrow, On USA Gymnastics Website it says July 11 – 17
Pan Ams don’t start today.
July 15-17 is the competition itself.
July 11 is the arrival of the delegations, judges meetings, orientation, etc.
July 12 is training hall opens.
July 13 is podium training.
July 14 is opening ceremony and training hall.
Go to the FIG
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apparently Jade Barbosa just has a minor injury, I really hope they’re not downplaying it because I’d be so bummed if she has to do another surgery
Yeah, she said on some talk show that her focus is 2024 and it’s better for her to miss this meet and focus on worlds, so hopefully that’s the case and that it’s not worse than that…but always worried about her.
I’m so excited to see Tyesha Mattis again! That generation of GB gymnasts was SO good, and really only Ellie and Amy made it work as seniors so I can’t wait to see how she and her sister get on.
My favorite generation of GB juniors! Really excited to see how she looks. Jamaica is already talking about sending her and one other gymnast to Commonwealth Games so I’d imagine her training has been going well and that she is looking pretty good!
I think Brazil is going to upset USA. It will be harder to do so without Barbosa’s DTY and floor, but I still think Andrade and Saravia can carry the team to their first gold.
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