2001 Parallel Bars World Champion
Sean was part of the US Men's Gymnastics Team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. He also competed for the US at the 1999 and 2001 World Championship Team. In 2001, he won a Team Silver and became the Parallel Bars World Champion. He was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 2017. Presently, Sean is the Owner and Men's Team Head Coach at Reflex Pearland Gymnastics Academy.
2004 Parallel Bars Olympic Champion
Valeriy was a medalist at both the 2004 European Championships and 2005 World Championships. He also was a medalist at the 2006 and 2008 World Cup. Valeriy represented Ukraine in the 2000 Sydney Olympics where his team earned the Silver medal. He also competed in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens where he became the Olympic Champion on the Parallel Bars.
USA Senior National Team Member
Amanda was a member of the US Senior National Team from 1999-2002. She earned a bronze medal in the All-Around at the 2000 US Classic. That same year, she went on to qualify and compete in the Olympic Trials in Boston, MA. After her elite career, Amanda went on to compete NCAA gymnastics for the Florida Gators.
Emily is a former elite and collegiate athlete. She graduated from the University of Nebraska in 2009 with a bachelors degree in sociology and a minor in communication. She still holds the title for the most wins at Nebraska of 116 event wins. She is also an 11x All American. After college Emily moved home and coached gymnastics for a few years at GymQuarers her home gym. She eventually took a coaching job in Texas! She has coached many state and regional champions, while also helping girls qualify for nationals. Since moving to Texas she ment her husband and had a baby boy. She stays home with her son so now she does choreography and gymnastics camps.
After a successful Junior USAG and High School Gymnastics career in Texas, Tricia moved on to NCAA gymnastics on a full scholarship to the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. While competing she earned accolades that include the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) “Rookie of the Year”, many ECAC Coaches Choice Awards, and became a two time All-American. She qualified to the NCAA Southeast Regional Competition in the All- Around in both 2005 and 2007. Tricia finished off her senior year as the Team Captain and graduated with a Business Administration degree in Finance and a minor in Psychology. Upon graduation she was presented with the President’s award in recognition of Sportsmanship, Citizenship and Leadership. Now she is the Girls Program Manager and Team Coach for Levels 2-10 at Juergen’s Gymnastics in Humble, TX. She is married to Brody and mother to a new baby boy.
National Champion and World Team Champion
Ashton was part of the 2014 and 2017 World Championship Teams, winning a Team Gold medal in 2014 and qualifying for finals on uneven bars in 2017. She was also an alternate to the 2016 Olympic Team in London. Ashton always had a special gift for uneven bars. She won the silver medal at the USA Championships in 2017 after being the National Champion at both the 2014 and 2016 USA Championships.