USA GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE HELD AT THE AMERICA’S CENTER CONVENTION COMPLEX
AND THE DOME
ST. LOUIS – July 17, 2020 – The U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics, originally scheduled for June 25-28, 2020 at Enterprise Center in St. Louis, will take place June 24-27, 2021 at the same venue. The St. Louis Sports Commission and Enterprise Center will serve as the hosts for the four-day competition, which was officially sold out prior to the event’s postponement. The men’s and women’s gymnastics teams for the Tokyo Olympic Games (now scheduled for July 23 through Aug. 8, 2021) will be named in St. Louis at the conclusion of the Trials.
Ticket holders who purchased tickets for the original 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials dates may use their tickets for the rescheduled event. Purchasers will also have the opportunity to request a refund through the point of purchase through Aug. 17, 2020. However, with the event having been sold out, the opportunity to buy tickets may be limited.
USA Gymnastics will communicate ticketing and refund details directly to ticketholders via email within the next 48 hours. Refunded tickets will be available for purchase through Ticketmaster or by visiting stlouis2021.com.
During the week of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics, St. Louis will also host the 2021 USA Gymnastics Championships, which feature more than 1,600 of the nation’s best gymnasts in acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling. Held at the America’s Center Convention Complex and The Dome June 22-27, the six-day national championships include both Junior Olympic and elite levels for all three disciplines. The championships also serve as the Olympic selection event for rhythmic gymnastics.
In conjunction with the Trials and Gymnastics Championships, St. Louis will also host the 2021 USA Gymnastics National Congress & Trade Show. Altogether, organizers expect the Trials, Gymnastics Championships, and National Congress & Trade Show to attract approximately 16,000 visitors to St. Louis generating an estimated $16 million in direct visitor spending.