FANDOM


2015 Indianapolis U.S. National Championships
P&g
Official logo

City

Indianapolis, Indiana

All-Around Gold Medalist

Senior: Simone Biles
Junior: Laurie Hernandez

Vault Gold Medalist

Senior: Simone Biles
Junior: Jordan Chiles

Uneven Bars Gold Medalist

Senior: Madison Kocian
Junior: Laurie Hernandez

Balance Beam Gold Medalist

Senior: Simone Biles
Junior: Ragan Smith

Floor Exercise Gold Medalist

Senior: Aly Raisman
Junior: Ragan Smith

Preceded by

2014 Pittsburgh U.S. National Championships

Succeeded by

2016 St. Louis U.S. National Championships

The 2015 P&G National Championships were held in Indianapolis at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse from August 13-15.[1]

Format of Competition

The competition was split into junior and senior divisions, with both divisions competing in the same two days of competition, where the all-around was contested on both days. The gymnasts who specialized and only competed certain events had to scratch (touch the apparatus then salute the judges) on the apparatus they chose not to compete. The combined total at the end of the second day of competition would stand as the gymnast's final score.

Results

Seniors

Event Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around Simone Biles
WCC
Maggie Nichols
Twin City Twisters
Aly Raisman
Brestyan's
Vault Simone Biles
WCC
Mykayla Skinner
Desert Lights
N/A
Uneven Bars Madison Kocian
WOGA
Ashton Locklear
Everest
Bailie Key
Texas Dreams
Balance Beam Simone Biles
WCC
Alyssa Baumann
WOGA
Kyla Ross
Gym-Max
Floor Exercise Aly Raisman
Brestyan's
Simone Biles
WCC
Bailie Key
Texas Dreams

Mykayla Skinner
Desert Lights

Juniors

Event Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around Laurie Hernandez
MG Elite
Jazmyn Foberg
MG Elite
Ragan Smith
Texas Dreams
Vault Jordan Chiles
Naydenov
Jazmyn Foberg
MG Elite
Emily Gaskins
North Port

Laurie Hernandez
MG Elite

Uneven Bars Laurie Hernandez
MG Elite
Jazmyn Foberg
MG Elite
Alyona Shchennikova
TIGAR
Balance Beam Ragan Smith
Texas Dreams
Jazmyn Foberg
MG Elite
Laurie Hernandez
MG Elite
Floor Exercise Ragan Smith
Texas Dreams
Laurie Hernandez
MG Elite
Christina Desiderio
Parkettes

Notable

  • The first day of senior competition was plagued by uncharacteristic falls, similar to the first day of senior competition at the 2011 National Championships.
  • Simone Biles became the second woman to win three straight National All-Around titles. The first was Kim Zmeskal, who won in 1990, 1991, and 1992.

Gallery













External Links

References

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.