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Welcome to Gymnastics Wikia. This wikia focuses solely on women's artistic gymnastics (or WAG). It includes articles on Olympic and World Champions dating as far back as 1928. This wikia is kept up-to-date with ongoing national and international competitions.

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Kupets at the 2004 Visa National Championships

Courtney Anne Kupets (born July 27, 1986 in Bedford, Texas) is an American gymnast. She is best known for her 2003 and 2004 all-around national championships (with Carly Patterson as co-champion in 2004); her membership on the 2002 and 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships and 2004 Olympic teams; and her individual bronze medal on the uneven bars at the 2004 Olympics.

During her elite career, Kupets resided in Gaithersburg, Maryland and trained at Hill's Gymnastics, former gym of Olympians Dominique Dawes and Elise Ray, for 35 hours each week.

She attended the University of Georgia, joining her older sister, Ashley Kupets, as a Georiga Gymdog. During her time at UGA, from 2005-2009, the Gymdogs won 4 NCAA National Championships. She served the 2009-10 season as a student assistant coach to new head coach, former assistant coach, Jay Clark.

She is not the only athlete in her family. Her father was a college football player at Indiana State University and her younger brother Chris recently became a college basketball player at University of Utah. Her sister Ashley was also an elite gymnast and Georgia Gymdog.

While the uneven bars is considered to be Kupets' best apparatus, she excels on the other events as well. During her elite career, her balance beam routine was valued at a 10.0 start value, the same as her bars routine. Her lowest-valued skill was her Podkopayeva vault, which had a 9.7. start value under the 2001-2005 Code of Points. Kupet's floor exercise routine was valued at a 9.9 usually - until 2004, where she had a 9.8 Start Value routine. She also had a reputation as one of the USA's most versatile tumblers, performing, at various points in her career, the double layout, triple twist, double Arabian, double front, double pike and various combination tumbling passes. read more...

Featured Vault

Simone Biles vault Jesolo 201300:11

Simone Biles vault Jesolo 2013

Simone Biles - USA - 2013 City of Jesolo Trophy - Day 1

Featured Uneven Bars Routine

Vanessa Ferrari 2006 Worlds EF Bars00:52

Vanessa Ferrari 2006 Worlds EF Bars

Vanessa Ferrari - ITA - 2006 Worlds - EF

Featured Balance Beam Routine

Elena Produnova (RUS) - 2000 Olympic Games EF BB03:10

Elena Produnova (RUS) - 2000 Olympic Games EF BB

Elena Produnova - RUS - 2000 Olympics - EF

Featured Floor Exercise Routine

Ksenia Semenova (RUS) - 2009 Euros EF FX01:47

Ksenia Semenova (RUS) - 2009 Euros EF FX

Ksenia Semenova - RUS - 2009 Euros - EF

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