Every year at the AAU Junior Olympic Games AAU Trampoline and Tumbling awards their highest advanced athletes with the status of “All American”. This honor goes to the top 3 highest scoring advanced males and females in each event (Tumbling, Trampoline, and Double Mini Trampoline). This year in Detroit, MI over 350 athletes from across the country competed during four days of competition. The hard work and dedication of the following athletes showed during this years’ competition.
The 2013 AAU Trampoline and Tumbling All- Americans are as follows:
McKENDRA BARTHELME - CE
BRIANA STEWART - CE
HALEY KELLY – MI
DERRICK WEISS - KY
DYLAN BOHN - CE
TIMOTHY BERNSTROM –IA
KARIS KOVACS - CE
ALANA WILKERSON – OZ
JORDAN AYCOCK - KY
DYLAN BOHN – CE
ANNA YOUNG - GA
HALLIE DOHERTY - CE
KATIE LAMBERT – OH
ALEXANDER CALLAHAN – CE
Congratulations to all of the athletes that competed in this years’ event! The tournament committee looks forward to seeing you next year in Des Moines, IA for the 2014 AAU Junior Olympic Games!
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