Alicia Sacramone

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Alicia Sacramone is one of the best examples of a gymnast benefiting from the “specialist” role that emerged out of rule changes in the mid-1990s. Alicia’s career was noteworthy for both her longevity and win total. She attended nearly every major event from 2005-2011 with the only exception being the 2009 World Championships. At the time of the 2011 World Championships she had more medals at the World Championships than any other gymnast in American history, a distinction that has since been surpassed.

World Championships & Olympic Competition:


U.S. Olympic Trials, San Jose, Calif. – 2nd-VT, BB
U.S.Championships, St. Louis, Mo. – 1st-VT; 3rd-BB

Championships, Saint Paul, Minn. – 1st-BB; 2nd-VT; 8th-FX(T)
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-VT(T), BB(T); 3rd-FX
World Championships, Tokyo, Japan – 1st-Team

World Championships, Rotterdam, Netherlands – 1st-VT; 2nd-Team; 5th-BB
U.S. Championships, Hartford, Conn. – 1st-VT; 2nd-BB
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-VT, BB

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U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics, Philadelphia, Pa. – 1st-VT; 5th-BB, FX
U.S. Championships, Boston, Mass. – 1st-VT; 2nd-FX; 3rd-BB
Olympic Games, Beijing, China – 2nd-Team; 4th-VT
Friendship International Exchange, Huntsville, Texas – 1st-BB, FX

World Championships, Stuttgart, Germany – 1st-Team; 2nd-FX; 3rd-VT
U.S. Championships, San Jose, Calif. – 1st-VT; 3rd-BB, FX
U.S. Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 1st-VT, BB, FX

U.S. Championships, St. Paul, Minn. – 1st-VT, FX(T); 5th-AA; 6th-BB; 8th-UB
U.S. Classic, Kansas City, Kan. – 1st-VT, FX; 2nd-BB; 3rd-AA
World Championships, Aarhus, Denmark – 2nd-Team, VT
World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 2nd-VT

World Championships, Melbourne, Australia – 1st-FX; 3rd-VT
Pan American Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 1st-Team, VT, FX; 5th-AA
World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 1st-VT, FX
World Cup, Paris, France – 1st-VT; 6th-FX
USA/GBR, Lilleshall, Great Britain – 1st-Team, VT, FX(T); 2nd-BB
American Cup, Long Island, N.Y. – 1st-VT; 2nd-FX
U.S. Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. – 1st-VT, FX; 3rd-BB; 4th-AA
U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. – 1st-FX; 3rd-AA, VT; 4th-BB

U.S. Championships, Nashville, Tenn. – 2nd-VT
American Classic, Ontario, Calif. – 1st-FX; 4th-AA; 5th-VT, BB
Podium Meet, New York, N.Y. – 1st-Team, VT, FX; 2nd-AA, BB
World Cup Final, Birmingham, Great Britain – 1st-VT
World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 2nd-VT; 4th-FX
Pan American Individual Event Championships, Maracaibo, Venezuela – 1st-VT, FX
Pacific Alliance Championships, Honolulu, Hawaii – 1st-Team, VT

Massilla Gym Cup, Marseille, France – 4th-FX; 9th-VT
National Championships, Milwaukee, Wis. – 3rd-FX; 4th-VT
U.S. Classic, San Antonio, Texas – 7th-VT
American Classic, Boston, Mass. – 4th-BB; 10th-AA

U.S. Championships, Cleveland, Ohio – 7th-BB (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. – 5th-BB; 6th-VT; 7th-AA
USA/Japan Dual Meet, Houston, Texas – 1st-Team


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Results are taken from Score for Score, The Gymternet, GymnasticGreats, My Meet Scores, Gymn-Forum, the official websites of various national gymnastics federations, newspaper clippings, classic gymnastics magazines, and in some cases, were provided by the gymnasts themselves. An explanation for the meaning of these undefined symbols can be found here.

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