Madison Kocian

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In the 2013-2016 Olympic quad when the United States appeared to be unstoppable, Madison Kocian was a core member of the team. She represented the United States on three different teams and was a standout bars specialists. After the Olympics Madison elected to maintain her amateur status and compete for UCLA. While on the Bruins she competed alongside 2012 Olympian Kyla Ross. Despite competing for two different teams, Ross and Kocian were born just eight months apart and were members of the same class.

World Championships & Olympic Competition:

Results:

2016
U.S. Olympic Team Trials, San Jose, Calif. – 1st-UB; 8th-AA
U.S. Championships, St. Louis, Mo. – 2nd-UB; 5th-AA; 6th-FX(T); 7th-BB
U.S. Classic, Hartford, Conn. – 2nd-UB
Olympic Games: 1st-Team; 2nd-UB

2015
World Championships: – 1st-Team, UB(T)
U.S. Championships, Indianapolis, Ind. – 1st-UB; 6th-AA; 8th-FX
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 1st-UB

2014
U.S. Championships, Pittsburgh, Pa. – 2nd-UB; 5th-BB
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 2nd-UB; 8th-BB
World Championships: – 1st-Team
Pan American Championships, Toronto, Canada – 1st-Team; 2nd-UB; 4th-BB(T)
Jesolo – 1st-UB

2013
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 2nd-UB; 7th-AA
American Classic, Huntsville, Texas – 1st-VT, UB, AA

2012
No Results.

2011
Jesolo – 1st-Team; 2nd-AA; 3rd-BB; 4th-VT, UB; 5th-FX (Jr. Div.)

2010
U.S. Championships, Hartford, Conn. – 3rd-UB; 5th-AA; 6th-VT, FX (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Chicago, Ill. – 3rd-UB; 5th-AA, VT (Jr. Div.)

2009
TOP Gym, Charleroi, Belgium – 1st-VT; 2nd-BB; 3rd-AA
U.S. Championships, Dallas, Texas – 6th-AA(T); 8th-UB (Jr. Div.)
U.S. Classic, Des Moines, Iowa – (Jr. Div.)
L9 Western Championships, Bartlesville, Okla. – 1st-AA, VT, UB; 3rd-FX; 6th-BB (Jr. 1)

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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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