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A Family Legacy For UNC Gymnastics Star Elizabeth Culton

Durham native was honored as a first-team All-America in 2021 and was the first Tar Heel to earn first-team honors since 2005. The honor had special significance, considering her grandfather, Bill Cobey, was an assistant athletics director when UNC established its first seven varsity women's sports, including gymnastics, in 1971-72. (GoHeels.com)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Notre Dame Recap, Kanler Coker & Dana Durante Interviews

Recap the North Carolina men's basketball loss at Notre Dame, visit with former UNC football and basketball player , and discuss the start of the gymnastics season with coach Danna Durante on Friday's Carolina Insider podcast with of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of GoHeels.com. (Listen To Podcast)

Safety Guidelines For UNC Winter Sports Through December

UNC is excited to welcome fans back for Winter sports events, including basketball, gymnastics, swimming & diving and wrestling. As with Fall events, safety of student-athletes, coaches and staff, and the UNC community remains a priority. Everyone attending events must comply with local protocols and the University's COVID-19 Community Standards. (GoHeels.com)

Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (August 6 Update)

The USA baseball team beat South Korea to advance to gold medal match against Japan. Ryder Ryan has been phenomenal in relief, pitching four innings, surrendering one hit, no runs, and no walks while striking out four. Ryan also picked up the semifinal win against South Korea. Ryan and are guaranteed at least a silver medal. (All Tar Heels)

Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (August 4 Update)

11 of the 12 Tar Heels in Tokyo have begun competition. Only Camilla Feeley (Rhythmic Gymnastics) has not. and will play against Australia for the women's soccer bronze medal. The US baseball team lost to Japan in the winner's bracket. They then defeated Dominican Republic and are one win away from the gold medal game. (All Tar Heels)

UNC Gymnastics Adds to Coaching Staff

After being named Carolina’s head gymnastics coach in June, Danna Durante is beginning to fill out her coaching staff for the coming season. The gymnastics program announced yesterday it will bring back assistant coach Marie Denick, who spent the last 4 seasons on the UNC bench, as well as hire former All-American gymnast Amelia Hundley. (Chapelboro.com)

Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (July 31 Update)

The US women's soccer team ( and ) survived a thrilling quarterfinal match against the Netherlands, advancing 4-2 on penalty kicks. Rising North Carolina sophomore Aranza Vazquez advanced to the 3-meter springboard diving final. The US women's rugby team (Naya Tapper) has completed competition and finished sixth. (All Tar Heels)

Tar Heels in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (July 28 Update)

UNC is represented by 12 current students and alumni at the Tokyo Olympics. Seven of the 12 athletes have not yet begun competition. The five who have are women’s soccer players. On the positive side, (Great Britain), (USA), (USA), and Lotte Wubben-Moy (Great Britain) have advanced to the knockout rounds. (All Tar Heels)

12 Tar Heels competing at Olympics: When and where to watch them

A dozen Tar Heels are in Japan to compete in the 2020 Olympics, including three current UNC students and three vying for individual medals. There are two former UNC players on the USA women’s soccer team in and . The United States baseball team features two former Tar Heels in catcher and pitcher Ryder Ryan. (Tar Heel Tribune)

UNC psychology student heads to Olympics as part of U.S. rhythmic gymnastics team

UNC sophomore Camilla Feeley is ending her rhythmic gymnastics career with a bang as a member of Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics. After dedicating 15 years to the sport, the 21-year-old will be hanging up her ribbons to focus on her academics in Chapel Hill, where she hopes to obtain a degree in psychology. "It was honestly something out of a dream." (Daily Tar Heel)
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