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Corbin Wood (far right) 7th place Pommel Horse USAG Western National Championship.


Reno, NV – Two boys from the Achievers gymnastics boys team competed at the inaugural Western National Championships in Reno, Nevada on April 30th, and May 1st.

The USA Gymnastics Western Nationals was started in 2022 to highlight the top 750 Level 7-9 gymnasts in the United States west of the Mississippi. Corbin Wood and Jackson Sembroski competed in Level 7 and Level 9, respectively.
Highlights of the competition were Corbin Wood securing a 7th place finish on Pommel Horse and a 20th finish in the All Around. Jackson Sembroski had a successful meet and has improved all year long to be a qualifier to this prestigious event. The future looks bright for Corbin as he progresses to Level 9 next season and hopes to qualify back to Western Nationals. Jackson will be advancing to Level 10 and has his goal set for next season to qualify to the Development National Championships with the top Level 10 gymnastics in the Nation! Congratulations to our two athletes and coaches on a great season. 

Meet Results

Level 7: 12–14-year-old:
Corbin Wood, Decatur, Pommel H 7th, Vault 19th, Parallel Bars 19th, All Around 20th


Level 9: 14–15-year-old:
Jackson Sembroski, Denton, Pommel H 10th, Vault 10th, Parallel Bars 13th, Horizontal Bars 10th, All Around 18th 

For more information, please contact Ryan Turney, Boys Head Coach at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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