Swiss Turner's Boys Team Program is one of the top programs of it's kind in the United States.  The success of our boy's team program is predicated on an amazingly good coaching staff!  Lead by two time USA Men's National Coach of the Year, Olympic Coach of the Year and USA Hall of Fame Inductee Stacy Maloney, Swiss Turner's Boys Teams have been a dominating force since he took over in 1992.   With the arrival of Olympians Andrei Kan in 1998 and Alexander Belanovski in 2000, both of whom went on to also win National Men's Coach of the Year honors, the experience and knowledge base of our coaching staff became unrivaled.  Joining the ranks in recent years is Anthony Ingrelli, a former Swiss Turner's gymnast who was Junior National Champion on the still rings and then went on to compete for the University of Nebraska where he won All American honors.


Swiss Turner's success is based on a 'system's approach' to coaching coupled with great technical knowledge and a tremendous amount of hard work.  In addition, to dominating the boys gymnastics in the State of Wisconsin and our six state Region 4, Swiss Turner's has won the National Championship Club Team Title for Level 10 for the past three years in a row.


Swiss Turner's was also the long time training ground to twin brothers Paul and Morgan Hamm, both of whom are World and Olympic Medalists.  Coached by Stacy Maloney began coaching the Hamm twins in 1990 and continued on as their personal coach through 2003 when Paul Hamm became the first USA male gymnast to win the World Championship All Around title, along with the Gold Medal on the Floor Exercise.  Paul Hamm went on to make history again in 2004 by becoming the first and only USA male gymnast to win the Olympic All Around title.  













So you can see that the Swiss Turner's boys team program legacy is deep and the tradition lives on today with a great new generation of gymnasts including the USA's top Junior gymnast for the past three years and already a member of the Senior National Team - Marvin Kimble.  Coached by Andrei Kan and Alex Belanovski, Marvin at 18 has already competed around the world representing our Team USA.  He is one of the leading candidates for the 2016 Olympic Team.  


While we develop most of our boys team gymnasts from our young feeder classes, we welcome all gymnasts who want to be the best that they can be and are willing to give the best they have and then some, to attain their goals.