Jan. 7, 2000
Athens, Ga. - At the Super Six Challenge tournament banquet, the UCLA Gymnastics team drew the assignment of beginning the 2000 season on the balance beam.
The pre-season No. 3 Bruins start the meet on the beam and will end on bars. No. 6 Nebraska drew the favored Olympic rotation, starting the meet on vault and ending on floor. Ninth-ranked Florida will begin on a bye before starting on bars. Host and top-ranked Georgia starts on bars and ends on bye after vault. No. 4 Michigan begins on bye before floor, and No. 2 Alabama begins on floor.
The meet will begin on Saturday, Jan. 8 at 6:30 pm ET at the University of Georgia's Stegeman Coliseum. It will be televised on a tape-delayed basis by ESPN2 on Jan. 16 at 12 pm PT and on Jan. 23 at 11 am PT by ESPN.
Fans can follow the meet through live scoring on the internet on the Georgia Athletics website at: http://georgiadogs.com/gymnastics/2000/recaps00/super/super.shtml
Super Six Challenge Rotation
Rotation Vault Bye 1 Bars Beam Bye 2 Floor 1 Nebraska Florida Georgia UCLA Michigan Alabama 2 Alabama Nebraska Florida Georgia UCLA Michigan 3 Michigan Alabama Nebraska Florida Georgia UCLA 4 UCLA Michigan Alabama Nebraska Florida Georgia 5 Georgia UCLA Michigan Alabama Nebraska Florida 6 Florida Georgia UCLA Michigan Alabama Nebraska