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More Medals for USA Means More Prizes for You

Team USA has been racking up the medals at this year's World Championships and they're not done yet! The Event Finals are going on today (Saturday) and Sunday, and with 1 more day of competition to go, Team USA still has 5 more medal opportunities. For every medal Team USA wins, American Gymnast randomly selects one of our Facebook Fans to receive a prize. You could be next!

Men add 6 more medal opportunities for Team USA

The USA Men's Team put on a stellar performance in Prelims, and are now sitting in 3rd place as they head into Team Finals. The guys added 6 more medal opportunities for Team USA, for a total of 15 all together. And, that means 15 chances for you to win if you're an AG Facebook Fan!

Nine Chances to Medal, Nine Chances to Win

Women's Prelims is finished and Team USA is off to a great start! So far, there are nine medal chances for USA, and that means nine chances for you to win a Discount Certificate from American Gymnast. Here are the medal opportunities for the USA women's team ...

World Championship Prediction and Giveaway

For this year's World Championships, everyone has their own opinion about which team will win, who will win the all-around, what will be the top stories to follow, and so on. Well, I have a prediction too. Read on to see it. And, also, don't miss our Gold Medal Giveaway every time Team USA wins a medal in Rotterdam! (This could potentially set me back quite a bit!)

2010 Mens World All-Around Title Wide Open

One thing is for certain…the Men’s World Championship All-Around in Rotterdam is going to yield some big surprises and could be one of the most unpredictable men’s all-around finals ever. Uchimura’s potential withdrawal could become the opportunity of a lifetime for one of these 18 gymnasts, or perhaps another unsuspected new star.

Which of these 12 gymnasts will make the World Team

Twelve young women have been selected to attend the first world team selection camp to be held September 13-18 at the women’s national team training center in Huntsville, Texas. For some of the girls, the U.S. National Championships last weekend in Hartford, Connecticut gave their chances for the six-member squad a boost in the right direction; for others, it left them begging for a second chance. Here’s a look at all twelve, in rank order based on how I view their chances for Rotterdam.

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