Bridget Sloan

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Bridget Sloan is best known for being a member of the 2008 American Olympic team. The following year she won the All-Around title at the 2009 World Championships. Bridget continued her gymnastics career in the NCAA ranks as a member of the Florida Gators. She became one of the most accomplished college gymnasts of all time. She remains involved in the sport as a television commentator.

World Championships & Olympic Competition:


U.S. Championships, St. Louis, Mo. – 6th-UB; 10th-AA

Pan American Games, Guadalajara, Mexico – 1st-Team

World Championships – 2nd-Team; 4th-UB
CoverGirl Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 2nd-BB; 4th-UB
Pacific Rim Championships, Melbourne, Australia – 1st-Team

World Championships – 1st-AA; 6th-UB
U.S. Championships, Dallas, Texas – 1st-AA, UB, FX; 5th-BB
USA-France Dual Meet, Rouen, France – 1st-Team, AA
USA-Germany Dual Meet, Muelheim, Germany – 1st-Team, AA
American Cup: – 2nd-AA

Olympic Games – 2nd-Team
Italy-Spain-Poland-USA competition, Jesolo, Italy – 1st-Team
Olympic Trials – 8th-UB; 12th-BB; 14th-FX
U.S. Championships, Boston, Mass. – 3rd-UB; 7th-BB

U.S. Championships, San Jose, Calif. – 2nd-FX; 5th-AA, UB; 10th-BB
U.S. Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 1st-AA; 2nd-UB; 3rd-VT, BB, FX(T)
Toyota Cup- 3rd-UB, FX
Good Luck Beijing International Tournament, Beijing, China – 2nd-FX; 3rd-AA; 4th-BB; 7th-UB
World Championships – 1st-Team (reserve athlete)
USA vs Great Britain International Competition, Lisburn, Ireland – 1st-Team; 3rd-FX; 6th-AA
Houston International Invitational – 3rd-AA

International Gymnix, Montreal, Que., Canada – 2nd-AA, BB; 3rd-VT (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Championships, St. Paul, Minn. – 3rd-BB(T); 4th-VT, UB (Jr. Div.)

U.S. Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. – 9th-VT; 14th-AA (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Virginia Beach, Va. –

American Classic, Ontario, Calif. –

U.S. Challenge, San Antonio, Texas – 2nd-UB; 5th-AA
American Challenge, Boston, Mass. –


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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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