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US Gymnasts Back on Tour in 2013
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Following the success of the Kellogg's post-Olympic tour, three of the members of the U.S. women's gold-medal squad from London will back out on the road in 2013.

Gabrielle Douglas, Alexandra Raisman and Jordyn Wieber headline the Teen Choice Live! Tour which pairs gymnastics and pop duo Megan and Liz.

"I'm so excited to go on a tour with Aly, Jordyn, Megan and Liz and bring our fans so many of our favorite things in one glam-filled event. I love the TEEN CHOICE awards and always get excited to see who gets the surfboard!" Olympic all-around champion Gabrielle Douglas said.

The 45-city tour kicks off Jan. 13 in Richmond, the first of four tour stops in Virginia, Douglas' home state.

"This tour will be a fun 'thank you' to everyone that has shown support and helped us accomplish our goals," Raisman said.

Wieber added, "We know it's going to be an amazing show and hope the fans leave inspired to follow their dream, just like we followed ours."

Tickets go on sale Saturday.

Teen Choice Live! Tour

DateCityVenue
Jan. 11, 2013Richmond, VirginiaColiseum
Jan. 12, 2013Norfolk, VirginiaConstant Convocation Center @ODU
Jan. 13, 2013Roanoke, VirginiaCivic Center
Jan. 16, 2013Greenville, South CarolinaBI-LO Center
Jan. 17, 2013North Charleston, South CarolinaColiseum
Jan. 18, 2013Greensboro, North CarolinaGreensboro Coliseum Complex
Jan. 19, 2013Asheville, North CarolinaCivic Center
Jan. 20, 2013Raleigh, North CarolinaDorton Arena
Jan. 23, 2013Reading, PennsylvaniaSovereign Center
Jan. 24, 2013Rochester, New YorkBlue Cross Arena
Jan. 25, 2013Cleveland, OhioWolstein Center @ CSU
Jan. 26, 2013Youngstown, OhioCovelli Center
Jan. 27, 2013Baltimore, Maryland1st Mariner Arena
Jan. 29, 2013Pikeville, KentuckyEastern Kentucky Expo Arena
Jan. 30, 2013Evansville, IndianaFord Center
Feb. 1, 2013Birmingham, AlabamaBirmingham Jefferson Complex
Feb. 2, 2013Mobile, AlabamaMitchell Center U of South Alabama
Feb. 5, 2013Wichita Falls, TexasYaeger Coliseum
Feb. 7, 2013Austin, TexasCedar Park Center
Feb. 8, 2013Houston, TexasBerry Center Arena
Feb. 9, 2013Beaumont, TexasFord Arena
Feb. 10, 2013Tulsa, OklahomaTulsa Convention Center Arena
Feb. 15, 2013Wichita, KansasIntrust Bank Arena
Feb. 16, 2013Lincoln, NebraskaPershing Auditorium
Feb. 17, 2013Sioux City, IowaTyson Events Center
Feb. 18, 2013Des Moines, IowaWells Fargo Arena
Feb. 20, 2013Moline, IllinoisI wireless Center
Feb. 21, 2013Dubuque, IowaFive Flags Center
Feb. 22, 2013Chicago, IllinoisSears Center
Feb. 24, 2013East Lansing, MichiganBreslin Center at Michigan State
Feb. 26, 2013Charlottesville, VirginiaJPJ Arena at UVA
Feb. 28, 2013Trenton, New JerseySNB Center
March 1, 2013Fairfax, VirginiaPatriot Center
March 2, 2013Hempstead, New YorkNassau Coliseum
March 3, 2013Boston, MassachusettsAgganis Arena
March 5, 2013Portland, MaineThe Civic Center
March 6, 2013Providence, Rhode IslandDunkin Donuts Center
March 7, 2013Albany, New YorkFirst Union Center
March 10, 2013Grand Rapids, MichiganVan Andel Center
March 14, 2013Jacksonville, FloridaMemorial Arena
March 15, 2013Tampa, FloridaUSF Sundome
March 16, 2013Orlando, FloridaUCF Arena
March 17, 2013Miami, FloridaBank United Center
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Girl said:

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Not coming back in 2013?
I doubt that any of these three are truly planning on coming back for 2013 Worlds....the longer they're out, the harder it will be to come back.
 
December 06, 2012
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Lady J said:

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No Worlds?
I guess that means they won't try for the world team smilies/sad.gif
 
December 10, 2012
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