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Air Force meet review

The Huskies had their first real test at the Rocky Mountain Open held at the Air Force Academy against some great teams! They started out strong on vault scoring a 66.95, and finished the competition with their second highest event score on rings with a 63.55. Out of the five college teams competing, the team […]

Air Force meet Preview

This Saturday the 13th at 6:00pm (MST) the Dawgs are off to Colorado Springs to face some of the best teams in the nation at the Rocky Mountain Open; Air Force, ASU, Nebraska, Ohio State, USOTC, and 5280. The Dawgs will start on Vault, one of our strong events, and finish on the Rings.  The […]

WA Open Review

On Sunday January 7th, the dawgs competed for the first time this season in front of judges and a live audience. These young men showed true professionalism as they were focused on the task at hand.  There were some excellent routines that returned some great scores; Senior Nathan Tsuji had the highest scores on the […]
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Who are we?

The Washington Men’s Gymnastics Foundation (WMGF) works as the financial backer for the team. It promotes the program and raises funds for the team. The program is a goal-oriented, thriving and stable organization consisting of former gymnasts, friends of gymnastics, and parents.

Great gymnasts have come from our program. Gymnasts like rings specialist Jeff Johnson, who competed for the U.S in the finals at the World Championships held in Debrecen, Hungary in 2002.
Or Jeff Crockett, 20 time Collegiate All American, and 8 time Collegiate National Champion on various events and the All around.
Jeff is the only one in the world who has performed "The Crockett" a double twisting laid out jäger.

Our goals include short-term annual fundraising as well as long-term goals such as developing a robust recruiting process and building our own junior program. Other activities include running the annual Washington Open, publishing regular newsletters, maintaining the team web site, operating a scoring service for other meets, offering scholarships to the team’s gymnasts, and coordinating other fund-raising activities. We achieve all this through volunteers who meet monthly to accept new tasks and plan future actions.

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