Roswell Gymnast to Perform with London Olympians
Justin Ah Chow will perform alongside gymnasts who rose to fame in London during the Kellogg's Tour of Champions.
Roswell Men’s Gymnastics Team, Justin Ah Chow, 11, has been selected to perform in the Kellogg's Tour of Champions at the Gwinnett Arena on Oct. 27, with such London stars as Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber.
One boy and one girl in Greater Atlanta were selected for The Kellogg’s Tour of Champions performance. Ah Chow created a video highlighting his skills and success over seven years of gymnastics training. Ah Chow will be featured throughout the show.
The Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions pairs elite gymnastics skill with modern performance art. At the show, members of the 2012 USA Olympic men’s and women’s teams including Jonathan Horton, Jake Dalton, McKayla Maroney, Kayla Ross, Douglas, Raisman and Wieber.
“It’s an honor for Justin to be selected as a gymnast in show for the Kellogg's Tour of Champions. Justin will be performing alongside World Champion gymnasts and USA Olympians, and his dedication to gymnastics and skill will be evident,” said Ben Wood, director of Roswell Men’s Gymnastics Team.
Ten additional Roswell Gymnastics Team gymnasts will be in the opening show for the Kellogg's Tour of Champions.
The renowned Roswell Recreation and Parks Gymnastics Center is housed in the Physical Activity Center (PAC) within the Roswell Area Park. The Roswell Area Park was voted number one in the state of Georgia by the Georgia Parks and Recreation Department for eight years in a row. The gym is well equipped and uses the most professional highest quality equipment, which meets the same standards set forth by the Olympic Committee for use in Olympic competitions.