US Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Live updates

How to watch and who will compete in the 2024 trials

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The 2024 US Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials begin with the men’s competition on Thursday, June 27, before concluding with the second day of women’s competition on Sunday, June 30.

according to NBC Sportsall four days of trials will be broadcast live on NBC and USA Network and streamed on Peacock, with coverage beginning during prime-time television viewing hours on the first two nights.

Daily schedule and where to watch:

Thursday, June 27: Men’s Day 1

  • USA Network and Peacock, 6-9 p.m. EST

Friday, June 28: Women’s Day 1

  • Peacock is from 7:30 to 8 p.m. EST
  • NBC and Peacock, 8-10 p.m. EST

Saturday, June 29: Men’s Day 2

  • NBC and Peacock, 3-6 p.m. EST

Sunday, June 30: Women’s Day 2

  • NBC and Peacock, 8:30-11 p.m. EST
From left: Tiana Somanasekera, Jordan Chiles, Dulce Caylor, Simone Biles, and Jocelyn Roberson on June 26.

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Who is competing:

Looking at the women’s competition, Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez tells PEOPLE at NBC’s Paris World Olympics press event on June 26, Sky Blakely had a “really impressive showing” at the USA Gymnastics National Championships at the end of May, noting that she ” Kind of an underdog from there.”

At the same event, “we saw Simon [Biles] “Winning by six points is unheard of,” says the 24-year-old Hernandez. The 27-year-old gymnast, who competed at the 2016 Rio Olympics and 2020 Tokyo Games, is expected to be a lock for the team this year.

Here’s the full list of men’s and women’s competitions and how they finished at the national championship.


  • Simone Biles, first
  • Skye Blakely, 2nd
  • Kayla DiCillo, 3rd Place
  • Sunisa Lee, IV
  • Jordan Chiles, fifth
  • Haisley Rivera, VI
  • Jade Carey, seventh
  • Lian Wong, 8th
  • Tiana Somanasekera, ninth grade
  • Jocelyn Roberson, 10th
  • Zoe Molomo, 11th
  • Simon Rose, xii
  • Evelyn Lowe, 13
  • Dulce Caylor, 14th
  • Kalia Lincoln Frisco filed a petition
  • Chiles Jones of Auburn has filed a petition


  • Brody Malone, first
  • Fred Richard, II
  • Khoi Yong, III
  • Yul Moldauer, IV
  • Shane Weskus, V
  • Paul Judas, VI
  • Donnell Wittenberg, VII
  • Cameron Book, eighth
  • Colt Walker, 9th
  • Asher Hong, X
  • Occult Pinas, xi
  • Jeremy Bischoff, 12th
  • Josh Carnes, 17
  • Kiran Mandava, twenty
  • Kai Uemura, 23
  • Tate Costa, 25th
  • Curran Phillips filed a petition
  • Alex Diab, unavailable
  • Patrick Hobbs, unavailable
  • Stephen Nidorosik, n/a

Former Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez explains how people select a team

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Five more bad guys will soon be chosen, but how? It’s not as simple as achieving the best finish on the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team this week.

Who better to explain this process than Lori Hernandez, who won a silver and gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics and now works as a commentator for NBC.

Hernandez, 24, told PEOPLE at NBC’s Paris World Olympics press event on June 26 that there are “three levels of qualifying that happen.”

First up was the 2024 Core Hydration Gymnastics Classic, which was held in May. “This event prepares you for championships,” Hernandez says. “It was the USA Gymnastics Championships a few weeks ago, we saw Simone [Biles] Winning by six points.”

“These athletes will go on and qualify for the Olympic Trials,” Hernandez explains. “So about 15 or so athletes will be competing there.”

The top two trial winners are automatically included in the Olympic team – but the remaining positions can be “adjusted in any way the Olympic Committee deems appropriate.”

“So the person who comes in fifth doesn’t automatically get into a five-person team, they’re allowed to take the sixth or seventh person and swap them if that’s what they choose,” Hernandez tells PEOPLE, noting that three substitutes have also been selected. For the team.

These athletes then go to training camp, where it is determined who will compete in which events.

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