Jordyn Wieber

Total Medals:

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World Championships & Olympic Competition:


Olympic Games, London, England – 1st-Team; 7th-FX
U.S. Olympic Trials, San Jose, Calif. – 2nd-AA, FX; 3rd-BB(T); 4th-UB
U.S. Championships, St. Louis, Mo. – 1st-AA; 2nd-FX; 5th-UB, BB
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-BB(T); 8th-UB
Pacific Rim Championships, Everett, Wash. – 1st-Team, AA, FX; 6th-BB
American Cup, New York, N.Y. – 1st-AA

World Championships, Tokyo, Japan – 1st-Team, AA; 3rd-BB; 4th-UB; 6th-FX
2011 City of Jesolo Trophy, Jesolo, Italy – 1st-Team; 2nd-AA, VT, BB; 3rd-UB
2011 AT&T American Cup, Jacksonville, Fla. – 1st-AA
2011 Visa Championships, Saint Paul, Minn. – 1st-AA, UB, FX; 3rd-BB
2011 CoverGirl Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-UB, BB(T)

Visa Championships, Hartford, Conn. – (Jr. Div.)
2010 CoverGirl Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-AA, VT, UB; 2nd-FX; 6th-BB (Jr. Div.)
2010 Pacific Rim Championships, Melbourne, Australia – 1st-Team, AA, UB, FX; 2nd-VT; 4th-BB (Jr. Div.)

Jr. International Gymnix, Montreal, Quebec, Canada – 1st-Team, AA, VT, UB, BB, FX
Tyson American Cup, Hoffman Estates, Ill. – 1st-AA

U.S. Championships, Boston, Mass. – 1st-AA, VT, FX; 2nd-BB; 3rd-UB (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Houston, Texas – 1st-AA, VT, UB, BB, FX (Jr. Div.)
Top Gym, Charleroi, Belgium – 1st-AA
Italy-Spain-Poland-USA competition, Jesolo, Italy – 1st-Team, AA (Jr. Div.)

Jr. Pan American Championships, Guatemala City, Guatemala – 1st-Team, UB, BB; 2nd-AA; 3rd-FX
U.S. Championships, San Jose, Calif. – 2nd-VT, BB; 3rd-AA, UB; 9th-FX(T) (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Battle Creek, Mich. – 2nd-BB, VT(T); 5th-AA(T) (Jr. Div.)

U.S. Championships, St. Paul, Minn. – 9th-AA(T) (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Kansas City, Kan. – 10th-AA (Jr. Div.)
Women’s Junior Olympic Level 10 National Championships, Oklahoma City, Okla. –


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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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