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The Best in Maryland

Our competitive teams have consistently been in the top 3, year in and year out, at the Maryland state level.  Our Level 10’s have been State Champions for 15 of the past 16 years.  Many have gone on to pursue gymnastics at the collegiate level.

Hill’s Gymnastics has numerous individual and team awards, including being named the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic National Club of the Year, Maryland State Club of the Year, and the Region Seven Club of the Year, on multiple occasions.

HILL'S GYMNASTICS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION HISTORY

  •         Hill’s Gymnastics – 1992, 1996, & 2000

    1992 Olympics
    In 1992 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics won a Bronze Medal as a member of Team USA.
    1996 Olympics
    In 1996 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics won a Bronze Medal on Balance Beam and became an Olympic Champion after winning a Gold Medal as a member of Team USA.
    2000 Olympics
    In 2000 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics won a Bronze Medal as a member of Team USA.

     

            Elise Ray – 2000

    2000 Olympics
    In 2000 Elise won a Bronze Medal as a member of Team USA.

     

            Courtney Kupets – 2004

    2004 Olympics
    In 2004 Courtney won a Bronze Medal on the Uneven Bars and a Silver Medal as a member of Team USA.

     

            Corrie Lothrop – 2008 (alt.)

    2008 Olympics
    In 2008 Corrie was an alternate for Team USA at the Olympics in Beijing, China.

     

  •         Hill’s Gymnastics – 1992, 1993, 1994, & 1996

    1992 World Championships
    In 1992 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics represented Team USA in the World Championships.
    1993 World Championships
    In 1993 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics won a Silver Medal on Balance Beam and another on the Uneven Bars.
    1994 World Championships
    In 1994 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics and Team USA won Silver at the World Championships in Dortmund, Germany.
    1996 World Championships
    In 1996 a gymnast from Hills Gymnastics won the Bronze Medal on Balance Beam at the World Championships in Puerto Rico.

     

             Larissa Fountaine – 1994

    1994 World Championships
    In 1994 Larissa and Team USA won Silver at the World Championships in Dortmund, Germany.

     

            Elise Ray – 1999

    1999 World Championships
    In 1999 Elise represented Team USA in the World Championships.

     

            Courtney Kupets – 2002 & 2003

    2002 World Championships
    Courtney was the 2002 Uneven Bar World Champion.
    2003 World Championships
    In 2003 Courtney and Team USA won the World Championships.

     

            Kayla DiCello – 2019

    2019 Junior World Championships
    Kayla was the 2019 Jr. World Champion on Vault and won a Bronze Medal on the Balance Beam. Kayla also won a Bronze Medal as a member of Team USA.

HILL'S GYMNASTICS SCHOLAR ATHLETE HISTORY

  • Ava Piedrahita – Penn State
    Maia Lee – Maryland
    Kayla DiCello – Florida
  • Sarah Cohen – Georgia
  • Maddie Johnston – Penn State
    Natalie Cross – Penn State
    Agatha Handono – West Virginia
  • Sarah Penuela-Wermers – U Penn
  • Kelly Jackson – Air Force Academy
    Sydney Wrighte – Auburn
    McKenna Appleton – North Carolina
  • Lauren Bridgens- Penn State
    Leah Eller – Temple
    Allison Frommer – U Penn
    Emma Marchese – North Carolina
    Tony Williams – Rutgers
  • Erica Fontaine – West Virginia
    Holly Kuldell – Usinus
    Michaela Nelson – Washington
    Mikayla Robinson – North Carolina
  • Danielle Hall – Pitt
    Robyn Bernard – West Virginia
    Sydney Green – NC State
    Arianna Robsinson – UC Berkley
  • Bailey Philbin – Maryland
    Sarah Lokos – Minnesota
  • Alexis Carroll – Penn State
    Dayah Hailey – West Virginia
    Danielle Kram – Maryland
    Shannon Mitchell – Kentucky
  • Katy Dodds – Maryland
    Kytra Hunter – Florida
    Miranda Jarvis – Eastern Michigan
    Corrie Lothrop – Utah
    Katie Rogers – Brown
  • Nina Lachewitz – Wilson
    Maddie Merriam – Penn State
    Nicole Williams – NC State
    Ali Stakem – Arizona
  • Alexa Banda – So. Connecticut
    Danae Johnson – Rutgers
    Zoya Johnson – North Carolina
    Kareen Kaveh – Auburn
    Allyson Sandusky – Auburn
    Amy Varela – Pitt
  • Jen Iovino – Alabama
    Karla Bercaw – William and Mary
    Kelsey McDermid – Maryland
  • Brittney Morgan – Arizona
    Teri Cole Diamond – North Carolina
    Danielle Bryan – Pitt
    Alise McDonald – Towson
  • Cassie Martin – Alabama
    Courtney Kupets – Georgia
    Monica Goldblatt – William and Mary
    Corey Hartung – Florida
    Anya Chayka – Pitt
  • Kara Dewhurst – U Penn
    Ashley Kupets – Georgia
  • Anne McPherson – Yale
    Glyn Sweets – Stanford
    Anna Binstock – Cornell
  • Janice Blackistone – Rutgers
    Jamie Schell – Arizona
  • Erinn Dooley – Florida
    Rachel Edelson – Ithica
    Elise Ray – Michigan
    Robin Phelps – Stanford
    Lindsey Wing – Stanford
  • Raegan Tomasek – Alabama
  • Mariam Pourshoushtari – Minnesota
    Wendy Wheaton – New Hampshire
    Denise Johnson
  • Betsy Hernandez – James Madison
    Shelly Hernandez – Maryland
    Heather Fahey – Penn State
    Maryann Esposito – Florida
  • Larissa Fontaine – Stanford
  • Umme Salim – West Virginia
  • Jaime Gher – UC Santa Barbara
  • Kristie Snyder – Oregon State
  • Kim Heyns – Towson
  • Erinn Knight – Maryland
  • Tandy Knight – Towson