Skip to main content

Ebee Price Training Bars and Beam for The American Cup

2014 will be the year of Ebee.

She missed out on the American Cup last year due to injuries and only competed two events at Nationals. Ebee was named to the World Championships team as a non-travelling alternate. This year, after a repeat win at the Stuttgart Cup, she was named to the American Cup, replacing Kyla Ross.

Some YouTube videos of Ebee training have surfaced. The first one below is of Ebee training a new bars set. She's a powerful gymnast and she knows how to work with the bars to help her swing and her amplitude on her flight elements.

The next video shows Ebee training on beam. She's shown training a standing tucked full, which she can do with no problem. She lands in line with the beam and with her chest upright. She is also shown doing a back-handspring to two foot layout that is glorious.

There is no stopping Ebee now. She's committed to Stanford University's gymnastics team and she is looking so confident. I'm excited to see her at the American Cup.

The American Cup will be held Saturday March 1 in Greensboro, North Carolina. It will air on NBC at 1 p.m., eastern time. For tickets visit

Popular posts from this blog

Maddie Desch Retires From Elite

Yesterday, US gymnast Maddie Desch announced her retirement from elite gymnastics via her Instagram account.

Maddie, who trains at Great American Gymnastics Express, aka "GAGE" explained she came to the decision to retire due to a nagging injury that prevented her from training at the elite level.

Maddie Gardiner's Glorious Beam Series

I love NCAA gymnastics.

A Unique Beam Mount from Olivia Cimpian

Olivia Cimpian of Romania showed off a unique beam mount series at Elite Massalia in France.

Romania is historically a team that is proficient on beam and Olivia, a junior is no exception.