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:


2012 U.S. Olympic Trials, San Jose, Calif. – 2nd-VT, BB
2012 Visa Championships, St. Louis, Mo. – 1st-VT; 3rd-BB
2011 Visa Championships, Saint Paul, Minn. – 1st-BB; 2nd-VT; 8th-FX(T)
2011 CoverGirl Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-VT(T), BB(T); 3rd-FX
2010 Visa Championships, Hartford, Conn. – 1st-VT; 2nd-BB
2010 CoverGirl Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-VT, BB
2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics, Philadelphia, Pa. – 1st-VT; 5th-BB, FX
2008 Visa Championships, Boston, Mass. – 1st-VT; 2nd-FX; 3rd-BB
2007 Visa Championships, San Jose, Calif. – 1st-VT; 3rd-BB, FX
2007 U.S. Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 1st-VT, BB, FX
2006 Visa Championships, St. Paul, Minn. – 1st-VT, FX(T); 5th-AA; 6th-BB; 8th-UB
2006 U.S. Classic, Kansas City, Kan. – 1st-VT, FX; 2nd-BB; 3rd-AA
2005 Visa Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. – 1st-VT, FX; 3rd-BB; 4th-AA
2005 U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. – 1st-FX; 3rd-AA, VT; 4th-BB
2004 Visa Championships, Nashville, Tenn. – 2nd-VT
2004 American Classic, Ontario, Calif. – 1st-FX; 4th-AA; 5th-VT, BB
2004 Podium Meet, New York, N.Y. – 1st-Team, VT, FX; 2nd-AA, BB
2003 National Championships, Milwaukee, Wis. – 3rd-FX; 4th-VT
2003 U.S. Classic, San Antonio, Texas – 7th-VT
2003 American Classic, Boston, Mass. – 4th-BB; 10th-AA
2002 U.S. Championships, Cleveland, Ohio – 7th-BB (Jr. Div.)
2002 U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. – 5th-BB; 6th-VT; 7th-AA
2011 World Championships, Tokyo, Japan – 1st-Team
2010 World Championships, Rotterdam, Netherlands – 1st-VT; 2nd-Team; 5th-BB
2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, China – 2nd-Team; 4th-VT
2008 Friendship International Exchange, Huntsville, Texas – 1st-BB, FX
2007 World Championships, Stuttgart, Germany – 1st-Team; 2nd-FX; 3rd-VT
2006 World Championships, Aarhus, Denmark – 2nd-Team, VT
2006 World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 2nd-VT
2005 World Championships, Melbourne, Australia – 1st-FX; 3rd-VT
2005 Pan American Championships, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – 1st-Team, VT, FX; 5th-AA
2005 World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 1st-VT, FX
2005 World Cup, Paris, France – 1st-VT; 6th-FX
2005 USA/GBR, Lilleshall, Great Britain – 1st-Team, VT, FX(T); 2nd-BB
2005 American Cup, Long Island, N.Y. – 1st-VT; 2nd-FX
2004 World Cup Final, Birmingham, Great Britain – 1st-VT
2004 World Cup, Ghent, Belgium – 2nd-VT; 4th-FX
2004 Pan American Individual Event Championships, Maracaibo, Venezuela – 1st-VT, FX
2004 Pacific Alliance Championships, Honolulu, Hawaii – 1st-Team, VT
2003 Massilla Gym Cup, Marseille, France – 4th-FX; 9th-VT
2002 USA/Japan Dual Meet, Houston, Texas – 1st-Team


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