Rhythmic Junior National Team named; titles won on Day 2 of USA Gymnastics Championships

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (June 25, 2024) – More rhythmic and acrobatic national champions were named on Day 2 of the 2024 USA Gymnastics Champions as the rhythmic Junior National Team Presented by Xfinity was announced.


Senior rhythmic gymnasts collected apparatus awards on Day 2 of the championships. Lili Mizuno (Northbrook, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center) reclaimed her clubs title on Tuesday with a 32.700 and won ribbon with a 33.050. She also picked up hoop silver with a 33.850 and currently leads the all-around competition with a 130.700. Rin Keys (Porter Ranch, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics) was the hoop champion with a 34.300 and Megan Chu (San Diego, Calif./Pacific Stars Rhythmic Academy) the ball gold medalist with a 33.000.

The senior group from North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center of Goda Balsys (Northbrook, Ill.), Lorelei Dangelo (Deerfield, Ill.), Annabella Hantov (Northfield, Ill.), Kristina Lee (Woodridge, Ill.), Alaini Spata (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), Kalina Trayanov (Deerfield, Ill.) won all-around gold with a 53.750. The group was also the three ribbons and two balls gold medalists with a 24.000.

In junior competition, Natalia de la Rosa (Woodland Hills, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics) claimed the junior all-around champion spot after posting a 117.550 overall. She also won the clubs title with a 30.950. Isabella Chong (Mission Viejo, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics) was the all-around silver medalist with a 117.450, and secured ribbon gold (29.900) and clubs silver (30.250). Olivia Sklyut (Churchville, Pa./Iliana Rhythmic Gymnastics) took all-around bronze with a 115.500 and ribbon bronze with a 27.350.

The junior group from Burlo Gymnastics of Sasha Kuliyev (Granada hills, Calif.), Claire Glukhovsky (West Hills, Calif.), Nina Keys (Porter Ranch, Calif.), Leyla Kukhmazova (Porter Ranch, Calif.), Katerina Levit (Granada hills, Calif.) and Natalia Serobian (Glendale, Calif.) were the all-around champions with a 51.950 and placed second in five clubs with a 24.500. The group from North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center of Nida Balsys (Northbrook, Ill.), Alissa Denisov (Round Lake, Ill.), Stefanie Filipova (Glenview, Ill.), Isabelle Novoseletsky (Highland Park, Ill.) and Greta Pavilonyte (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) won five clubs gold with a 25.550.

The Junior National Team Presented by Xfinity was selected following Tuesday’s competition. Athletes named to the team are listed alphabetically below.

Junior National Team Presented by Xfinity

  • Isabella Chong — Mission Viejo, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics
  • Anastasia Dubinkina — Staten Island, N.Y./Isadora by Matchpoint
  • Ruby Freshwater — Northridge, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics
  • Vlada Ishutina — Bal Harbour, Fla./IK School of Gymnastics
  • Riko Kawai — Los Angeles, Calif./Rhythmic Academy of Los Angeles
  • Dawn Kim — San Diego, Calif./Pacific Stars Rhythmic Academy
  • Alicia Liu — San Diego, Calif./Pacific Stars Rhythmic Academy
  • Natalia de la Rosa — Woodland Hills, Calif./Burlo Gymnastics
  • Olivia Sklyut — Churchville, Pa./Iliana Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Olivia Ulrich — Miami, Fla./Bessonova’s school
  • Sophia Ulrich — Miami, Fla./Bessonova’s school
  • Josephine Weber — Woodland Hills, Calif./Rhythmic Academy of Los Angeles


In the senior acrobatic division, the women’s pair of Molly Fox (San Diego, Calif./So Cal TTC) and Katie Borcherding (Eureka, Mo./Incentive – AGT) won all-around (56.970) and balance (29.380) gold in their category. The mixed pair of Abigail Novoseletskiy (Baltimore, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) and Trent Stoker (Spring Branch, Texas/Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) completed the sweep on Tuesday, winning all-around gold with a 50.400 and dynamic gold with a 24.570.

The men’s pair of Ethan Chang (Columbia, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) and David Vonder Haar (Laurel, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) also took home two gold medals in both the all-around (55.540) and in balance (28.360). The senior women’s trio of Mariam Tutberidze (Owings Mills, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer), Grace Vonder Haar (Laurel, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) and Kayla Vonder Haar (Laurel, Md./Emilia’s Acro Gymnastics and Cheer) claimed both all-around (57.290) and dynamic (28.240) gold.

Among the 13-19 teams, Sydney Padios (Moreno Valley, Calif./Realis Gymnastics Academy) and Willow Noble (Moreno Valley, Calif./Realis Gymnastics Academy) secured all-around (56.170) and balance (27.470) gold medals, while the duo of Hailee Wong (Colton, Calif./Realis Gymnastics Academy) and Andrew Castro (Riverside, Calif./Realis Gymnastics Academy) won the mixed pair all-around (56.200) and balance (28.250) titles.

Yaroslav Ossolodkov and Yevolod Ossolodkov (Beaumont, Calif./Incentive – AGT) clinched men’s pair all-around gold with a 58.050 and the dynamic gold medal with a 29.000. The women’s group of Fiona O’Brien (Ipswich, Mass./International Elite), Juliet Hanks (Huntingtown, Md./International Elite) and Gabby Zsakany (Odenton, Md./International Elite) won the all-around with a 53.600. The group of Phylisha Pham (San Jose, Calif./Aerial Tumbling and AcroGymnastics), Kaylee Osorio (San Jose, Calif./Aerial Tumbling and AcroGymnastics) and Alison Lam (Gilroy, Calif./Aerial Tumbling and AcroGymnastics) secured the dynamic title with a 26.580.

Trampoline and Tumbling

Following Tuesday’s competition, Aliaksei Shostak (Lafayette, La./Trampoline and Tumbling Express) currently leads the men in the individual trampoline competition with a 58.860. Aliah Raga (Denton, Md./Dynamite Gymnastics) leads in women’s double mini with a 52.070 and Nastia Katchalova (Lakeland, Fla./Elite World Gymnastics) in women’s tumbling with a 50.600.

National champions will be decided Wednesday evening as well as the 2024 Olympic Team in individual trampoline.

Full results from the competition are available here.