Photo by Cordelia Price
U.S gymnast Elizabeth Price has announced her retirement from the US women’s national team. She plans to enroll at Stanford University this fall where she will compete college gymnastics.

“I have given this a lot of thought,” Price told USA Gymnastics. “Although the timing means that I might miss the opportunity to compete at the World Championships, I am ready to move on and have decided to enroll at Stanford University this fall. I am proud of what I have accomplished and I will miss my teammates, but I am excited to go to Stanford and compete in collegiate gymnastics.”

Price is considered to be one of the top gymnasts this quad. She was named as an alternate to the US London Olympic team and Antwerp World team.

Price has enjoyed success this year as she was the most decorated female or male senior gymnast at the 2014 Pacific Rim championships, she won gold medals in the team, all around, uneven bars and floor exercise finals. She has also won the American cup title last March.

Written by Gigi Khazback Farid


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