Welcome to South Coast Gymnastics


Located in the heart of Orange County near John Wayne Airport, South Coast Gymnastics is owned and operated by former World Champion and Olympian Xiaoping Li and former Chinese National Team Member Jia Wen.

South Coast Gymnastics trains both boys and girls for competitive gymnastics under the USAG Junior Olympics Program. Our program is designed for kids to excel while maintaining a healthy balance of gymnastics, education and family. In addition, we have a fully staffed academy program for kids who simply want to enjoy gymnastics.

We are excited to have kids get the most from gymnastics in a safe, healthy and positive environment. Please contact us for more information and we hope to see you soon! 

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2018 Men's region 1 championships

top three placements

Level 7:
Van Rhodus: Pommel Horse (2nd place)

Level 9:
Benjamin Ard: Floor (2nd place), Pommel Horse (1st place), Rings (2nd place), Vault (2nd place), Parallel Bars (3rd place), High Bar (2nd place), All Around (2nd place)
Matthew Ard: Pommel Horse (2nd place), Vault (3rd place), Parallel Bars (2nd place), High Bar (3rd place), All Around (3rd place)
Jedadiah Sarep: Pommel Horse (3rd place), Vault (2nd place), Parallel Bars (2nd place), 

Level 10:
Yu Chen Lee: Floor (3rd place), Parallel Bars (1st place)
Tuocheng Yao: High Bar (3rd place)

 

2018 socal men's state championships

top three placements

Level 6:
Oliver Liu: Vault (2nd place)
Van Rhodus: Pommel Horse (3rd place)

Level 7:
Jedadiah Sarep: High Bar (3rd place)

Level 9:
Kieran Cacciatore: Pommel Horse (3rd place)
Benjamin Ard: Floor (2nd place), Pommel Horse (1st place), Rings (2nd place), Vault (1st place), Parallel Bars (2nd place), High Bar (1st place), All Around (1st place)
Matthew Ard: Floor (1st place), Pommel Horse (2nd place), Rings (1st place), Vault (2nd place), Parallel Bars (1st place), High Bar (2nd place), All Around (2nd place)

Level 10:
Yu Chen Lee: Floor (1st place), Pommel Horse (3rd place), Vault (1st place), Parallel Bars (2nd place), All Around (2nd place)
Tuochen Yao: Floor (3rd place), Parallel Bars (3rd place), High Bar (2nd place)
Casey Cummings: Floor (2nd place)


2018 girls regionals

top three placements

Level 6:
Julia Geng: Vault (3rd place), Bars (2nd place), All Around (2nd place)
Carissa Chang: Bars (2nd place)

Level 7:
Mariah Caldwell: Bars (1st place)
Summer Gronski: Vault (2nd place)
Candice McNally: Uneven Bars (3rd place), Beam (1st place), All Around (2nd place)
Emma Steele: Vault (3rd place), Bars (1st place), Beam (2nd place), Floor (2nd place), All Around (1st place)
Mallory Davis: Bars (1st place)
Cali Henderson: Bars (2nd place), Beam (3rd place), All Around (2nd place)
Ajah Jennings: Bars (1st place), All Around (3rd place)

Level 8:
Haruna Tamaki: Vault (1st place), All Around (2nd place)
Vivian Vallely: Bars (3rd place), Floor (1st place)
Kaitlin Blam: Vault (3rd place)
McKayla Hoyt: Beam (1st place), Floor (2nd place)
Paige Hasegawa: Vault (2nd place)

Level 9:
Ruby Mach: Bars (2nd place), All Around (3rd place)

Level 10:
Jessica Lin: Floor (2nd place), All Around (3rd place)

 

2018 girls state

top three placements

Level 6:
Kylie Kinjo: Beam (3rd place)

Level 7:
Emma Steele: Vault (3rd place), Floor (2nd place)
Ajah Jennings: Bars (1st place)

Level 8:
Katie Blam: Vault (2nd place)
Vivian Vallely: Bars (3rd place), Floor (1st place)
Paige Hasegawa: Vault (1st place), Floor (2nd place)

Level 9:
Ruby Mach: Beam (3rd place)

Level 10:
Jessica Lin: Beam (1st place)


For more 2018 competition results, please visit the Resources Tab for girls and boys results.