Nine individuals, representing six different gymnastics disciplines, comprise the 2015 class of inductees for the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame. The six athletes and coach are: Kristin Allen of Livermore, Calif., and Michael Rodrigues of Livermore, Calif., acrobatic gymnastics; Mohini Bhardwaj of Los Angeles, women’s gymnastics; Jessica Howard of Jacksonville, Fla., rhythmic gymnastics; Terin Humphrey of Kansas City, Mo., women’s gymnastics; Jennifer Sans of Burnsville, Minn., trampoline and tumbling; and Mark Williams of Norman, Okla., men’s gymnastics coach. Men’s gymnastics judge and administrator Doug Hills of Portland, Ore., and the late David Moskovitz, gymnastics for all and USA Gymnastics administrator, are the final members of the Class of 2015 who are receiving Lifetime Achievement honors. The induction ceremony is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 14, during the 2015 P&G Gymnastics Championships and USA Gymnastics National Congress & Trade Show in Indianapolis.
“This is an incredible group of individuals, who have contributed to gymnastics in a variety of ways – from the competition floor to the judges’ table and as a USA Gymnastics administrator,” said Steve Penny, president of USA Gymnastics. “Congratulations to all of our inductees, and thank you for your contributions to our great sport.”