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Carey Guides Team USA To Gold; Readies For Individual Finals

Nov 2, 2022

LIVERPOOL, Great Britain – For the second time in her decorated career Oregon State gymnast Jade Carey is a World Champion, helping carry Team USA to a record sixth-straight World Championships team title in the team final and at the 2022 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships Saturday in Liverpool, Great Britain on Tuesday.

The win extended a dominant U.S. streak, which dates back to 2011, and secured the Americans a women's team spot at the upcoming 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

The U.S. team of Skye Blakely, Carey, Jordan Chiles, Shilese Jones and Leanne Wong earned a cumulative 166.564, eclipsing second-place Great Britain (163.363) by more than three points. Canada (160.563) rounded out the podium.

Competing on vault, beam and floor for Team USA, Carey, led the Americans on vault (14.800) and floor (14.100), while scoring a 12.800 on beam.

Carey, Chiles (UCLA) and Wong (Florida) are among only six U.S. gymnasts to win World Championships gold in the same calendar year in which they competed collegiately.

Carey continues to the all-around final, having qualified with the third-best score of 55.132, tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. PT and will also compete in the vault final on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 6:30 a.m. PT with the top qualifying score of 14.483.

She will conclude her time in Liverpool, having qualified fifth with a score of 14.066., with the floor exercise finals begin on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 5:30 a.m. PT.

All event finals will be streamed live on Peacock.

Season tickets to watch Carey and the rest of the GymBeavs are on sale now! With options starting as low as $25, be sure to secure your seat in Gill Coliseum by purchasing your tickets HERE.

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