Brandon Krzynefski

Junior national power tumbling champion, Brandon Krzynefski, is a World Champion.  At 16, Brandon won gold in the 15-16 division of the World Age Group Championship in Sophia, Bulgaria, in November, 2013.  The World Age Group Championship is the highest level competition for a junior international elite power tumbler. Krzynefksi led the field after prelims, and then scored 33.900…

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Susannah Johnson

Susannah trained at Capital as a power tumbler.  She competed in the following meets, 2009 Final Selection Event, Las Vegas, Nev.,3rd-TU,2008 Visa Championships, Houston, Texas: 3rd-TU, 2008 U.S. Elite Challenge, Mobile, Ala.: 3rd-TU, 2008 Winter Classic, Tulsa, Okla.: 2nd-TU, 2007 National Championships, Memphis, Tenn.: 3rd-TU, 2007 U.S. Elite Challenge, Colorado Springs, Colo.: 4th-TU, 2007 Winter Classic, Lubbock, Texas: 1st-TU, 2005 U.S. Elite Challenge, Phoenix, Ariz.: 1st-DM;…

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Kaitlin Tortorich

Kaitlin trained at Capital as a power tumbler.  She competed in the following meets, 2009 Final Selection Event, Las Vegas, Nev.: 2nd-TU, 2009 Visa Championships, Dallas, Texas: 1st-TU, 2008 Visa Championships, Houston, Texas: 1st-TU, 2008 U.S. Elite Challenge, Mobile, Ala.: 1st-TU, 2007 Stars and Stripes Cup, Birmingham, Ala.: 1st-TU, 2007 National Championships, Memphis, Tenn.: 4th-TU, 2007 U.S. Elite Challenge, Colorado Springs, Colo.: 1st-TU.  Kaitlin also competed…

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Justin Spring

Justin trained at Capital and went on to compete for the University of Illinois on a full scholarship.  Justin helped the U.S. men win the team bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. He won the parallel bars at the 2008 Visa Championships and has two U.S. horizontal bar titles (2005 and 2007). He had reconstructive…

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