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Achievers Level 10 Boys Team and Coaches (L-R) Coach Ryan Turney, Will Kudlac Will Weiper, Slayden Martin, Coach Emilio Perry


DENTON, TX – Achiever’s gymnastics boys team competed at the Region, Level 7-10 Men's Optional Championships in Gonzales, Louisiana.

Boys’ regionals are composed of the top 500 Level 7-10 gymnastics from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas.

Level 10’s William Kudlac and Will Weiper both qualified to the Development National Championships in Mesa, Arizona on May 11th-15th. This competition hosts the top 600 Level 8-10 athletes in the nation. William Kudlac will be competing in his 6th National Championship and Will Wiper in his 2nd.
Jackson Sembroski and Corbin Wood both successfully qualified to the Inaugural Western National Championships in Reno, Nevada on April 30th, and May 1st. Westerns will host the top 700 Level 7-9 athletes in the Western United States. 

Meet Results


Level 7: 12–14-year-old
Corbin Wood, Decatur, Floor 9th, Pommel Horse 3rd, Vault 3rd, All Around 8th, Western National Qualifier

Level 9: 14–15-year-old
Jackson Sembroski, Denton, Vault 7th, Western National Qualifier

Level 10: 16-year-old
Slayden Martin, Denton, Pommel Horse 7th

Level 10: 18-year-old
Will Weiper, Corinth, Floor 7th, Pommel Horse 6th, Parallel Bars 10th, Horizontal Bar 4th, All Around 6th, Development Program National Qualifier
Will Kudlac, Pilot Point, Floor 9th, Parallel Bars 2nd, Development Program National Qualifier

  For more information, please contact Ryan Turney, Head Coach, Boys Team Program 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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