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Men's Nationals Shake-Up: Jonathan Horton Out; Steve Jaciuk In

There's been a slight shake-up in the roster for the men's team at the P&G National Championships.

2008 High Bar Silver Medalist and 2012 Olympic team-member, Jonathan Horton, has withdrawn from the competition.
Source: NBC
 Gymnastike reports that new daddy, Jonathan, is recovering from shoulder surgery last year and he is not quite competition ready yet.
Since 2002, Jonathan has been on the roster for every single national championships roster. His olympic teammates, Danell Leyva, John Orozco, Sam Mikulak and Jake Dalton will still compete in Hartford this weekend.

Replacing Jonathan is Steve Jaciuk from New Berlin, Wisconsin. Steve attends the University of Minnesota where he will be headed into his junior year this fall. Here is his bio on the University of Minnestota's Gopher Sports Guide



Source: MNDailycom
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: A 2011 graduate of New Berlin Eisenhower High School • won state championship in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011 and finished second in 2008 • won regional championship in 2007, 2008 and 2011 and finished third in 2009 • member of the second place team at the 2011 Junior Olympic Nationals and finished fifth in high bar and 17th in all-around • finished 23rd in all-around at the 2007 Junior Olympic Nationals and 28th in 2006 • received the hardest worker award in 2010 and 2011 with club team • named academic all-American in 2008.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in accounting or marketing • son of Mike and Carol Jaciuk • born December 19, 1992.

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