The best of the best in the Hopes program will compete on Friday, July 27, in Columbus, Ohio at the 2018 Hopes Championships. Gymnasts qualified to the Hopes Championships through the Hopes Classic, which took place in early July. The top 18 gymnasts in the 10-11 and 12-13 age groups qualified to the Hopes Championships, creating a field of 36 gymnasts scheduled to compete.

2018 Hopes Classic 10-11 champion Ava San Jose on beam

Below is the list of gymnasts set to compete at the 2018 Hopes Championships.

Hopes 10-11

Baylie Belman – WOGA
Kylee Bromley – First State
Carsyn Coleman – Precision
Sophia Dennis – Capital
Kaitlynd Kastl – Metroplex
Myli Lew – San Mateo
Zoey Molomo – Metroplex
Camryn Nelson – Will-Moor
Rafaela O’Neill – Airborne
Ella Kate Parker – NE Texas Elite
Michelle Pineda – Metroplex
Autumn Reingold – Gymnastics Olympica
Hezly Rivera – ENA Paramus
Ava San Jose – Paramount Elite
Tiana Sumanasekera – San Mateo
Lucy Tobia – Parkettes
Kaela Yee – Leyva
Alicia Zhou – Love

Hopes 12-13

Skylar Draser – Infiniti Elite
Savannah Goveia – Everest
Ava Harper – Georgia All-Stars
Riley Harris – WCC
Sydney Jelen – Legacy Elite
CJ Keuneke – TIGAR
Rayna Light – Golden City
Amber Lowe – Everest
Lily Pederson – Flips
Joscelyn Roberson – NE Texas Elite
Jamison Sears – World Class
Chavala Shepard – Hopes & Dreams
Lundyn VanderToolen – Olympus
Clara Wallace – Xtreme
Jaelah Warner – World Class
Mahleea Werline – Aftershock
Mya Witte – Genie’s
Ella Zirbes – Flips

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