The U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Gymnastics will be held June 27-30 at the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, home of the NBA's Timberwolves and WNBA's Lynx. At the conclusion of the competition, the men's and women's teams for the 2024 Paris Olympics will be announced. 

The action kicks off with the first day of men's competition at 6:30 p.m. ET on USA Network. All remaining sessions will air on NBC, with coverage also streaming on Peacock,, and the NBC/NBC Sports apps. Full coverage information for every session is below.

When do the 2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials start and end?

The 2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials will take place over four consecutive days, beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 27 and ending in the evening on Sunday, June 30. There will be live coverage on the following days:

  • Men's competition: Day 1 on Thursday, June 27 and Day 2 on Saturday, June 29
  • Women's competition: Day 1 on Friday, June 28 and Day 2 on Sunday, June 30

How do I stream the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials?

All sessions of the 2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials can be streamed live on Peacock,, and the NBC/NBC Sports apps.

The complete schedule, including TV listings and individual apparatus feeds for each competition session, can also be found on the schedule page.

2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Live streaming schedule
(all times Eastern)
Date/Time Event Stream
Thur, 6/27
Men's Day 1 Peacock,
Fri, 6/28
Women's Day 1 Peacock,
Sat, 6/29
Men's Day 2 Peacock,
Sun, 6/30
Women's Day 2 Peacock,

How do I watch the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials on TV?

Live and tape-delayed coverage of the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials will be shown on the following TV channels: 

  • USA Network: Day 1 of the men's competition will air live on USA Network on Thursday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. ET
  • NBC: Women's Day 1, Men's Day 2 and Women's Day 2 will air live on NBC

The full TV listings for the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials can be found on the schedule page by clicking the toggle at the top to “TV Only.”  

How do the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials work?

The 2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials is the final opportunity for the nation's best gymnasts to make a case for why they should go to Paris. For both the men and women, there are two days of competition, with the combined scores across both days determining the final all-around results. 

In total, there are 10 Olympic team spots up for grabs - five for the men and five for the women. Two traveling alternates will be named, in addition to the non-traveling alternates (two for the women and up to three for the men). 

The top men's all-around gymnast after the two-day competition can guarantee his spot on the team as long as he also places in the top three in at least three events. The remaining spots will be decided by a selection committee who will evaluate the highest-scoring team scenario (factoring in results from the U.S. Championships as well) or other discretionary criteria (individual medal potential, difficulty scores, etc.) The full men's selection procedures can be found here

For the women, the top all-around gymnast after the two-day competition will automatically earn a spot on the team. The remaining four members will be determined by a selection committee, who will consider several factors including previous competition results, difficulty scores and consistency. The full women's selection procedures can be found here

The team will be named after the final day of competition (Saturday, June 29 for the men and Sunday, June 30 for the women). 

Athletes to watch at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials

A talented roster of 16 women and 20 men will compete in Minneapolis, but only a small handful will punch tickets to Paris. 

Leading the way on the women's side is 37-time world and Olympic medalist Simone Biles, who is virtually a lock for her third Olympic team. Biles, who won her ninth all-around national title at the beginning of June, could add her name to a short list of American women to make three Olympic teams: Muriel Davis Grossfeld (1956, 1960 and 1964), Linda Metheny (1964, 1968 and 1972) and Dominique Dawes (1992, 1996 and 2000). 

Six-time world medalist Shilese Jones has withdrawn from the competition after only competing on uneven bars on night one. Jones appeared to injure her knee on vault in the pre-competition warm up, however, no diagnosis has been confirmed. She also withdrew from the U.S. Championships to rest a nagging shoulder injury a few weeks prior. Jones, who many consider to be the United States' No. 2 all-around gymnast, was practically a lock for the team as long as she remained healthy. 

Two-time world team champion Skye Blakely will also miss the Olympic Trials after injuring her right Achilles. Blakley was second all-around at the U.S. Championships and was in a great position to lock in an Olympic spot until the injury occurred while practicing her floor routine in the Trials competition venue. Tokyo Olympic alternate Kayla DiCello also injured her Achilles on her opening vault on night one. 

These injuries swing the door open for Jade Carey, who won the gold medal on floor in Tokyo, and Jordan Chiles, who helped the U.S. team win a silver medal, to lock in their spots. Likley joining them is Tokyo Olympic all-around champion Suni Lee, who will compete in front of a home-crowd in Minneapolis. Lee is fresh off a fourth place all-around finish at the U.S. Championships - her first all-around competition at the elite level since winning the gold in Tokyo. 

Other names to keep your eye on are 2023 U.S. junior national champion Hezly Rivera, who exceeded expectations with a sixth place all-around finish in her first senior U.S. Championships, 2023 world team champion Joscelyn Roberson, who is hoping to keep her name in the conversation after injuring her ankle last fall, two-time world team champion Leanne Wong, 2024 U.S. floor bronze medalist Tiana Sumanasekera, and Kaliya Lincoln, who is known for posting some of the best floor scores in the country and won a gold medal on the event at the 2023 Pan American Games. 

On the men's side, Brody Malone is back after badly injuring his knee in March of 2023. Malone won his third all-around national title in June over world all-around bronze medalist Frederick Richard. Both are favored to be in Paris. 

Other top names to keep an eye on are Tokyo Olympians Yul Moldauer and Shane Wiskus, Khoi Young, who finished third all-around at the U.S. Championships and brought home three medals from the last world championships, world team bronze medalist Paul Juda, 2021 pommel horse world champion Stephen Nedoroscik, 2023 U.S. all-around national champion Asher Hong, and 2024 U.S. national vault champion Donnell Whittenburg.

Who are the commentators for the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials?

Play-by-play announcer Terry Gannon will be joined in the commentary booth by analysts Tim Daggett and Samantha Peszek. Daggett, a two-time 1984 Olympic medalist, will be covering the men's competition, while Peszek, a 2008 Olympic silver medalist, will cover the women's competition. 

Three-time U.S. Olympian John Roethlisberger will be on the scene as an analyst and reporter for all four days of competition, along with Zora Stephenson, who will be reporting and doing athlete interviews from the sidelines during the women's competitions.