In 2002, Jonathan Horton was part of the US team that took home the bronze at the 2003 Pan-American games. Competing at the college level, Horton earned six NCAA individual titles and 18 All-America honors, setting an OU record in the process. He also won at the Visa Championships, the Winter Cup, and the Tyson American Cup. In 2008, Horton was honored with the Nissen-Emery Award, given to the nation’s best senior gymnast.
A member of the US team in the 2006 and 2007 World Gymnastics Championships, Horton finished fourth in the all around of the 2007 competition. He is also a six-time medalist at the US Championships, dominating the floor exercise in 2006.
After a brilliant performance at the 2008 Olympic Trials, Horton was selected for the US Olympic team, where they entered the Olympics without team leaders Paul Hamm and Morgan Hamm. With alternates Raj Bhavsar and Alexander Artemev, and with Horton being the team’s key performer, the US team did better than many had anticipated. They won the bronze medal, and Horton won a silver in the high bar event.
**Jonathan Horton Speaker**
A potential Jonathan Horton speaker topic can be his ability to balance the rigors of college with the rigors of an international athletic career.
**Jonathan Horton Appearance**
Horton has earned the nickname “X-Games” because any Jonathan Horton appearance on the competition floor features extreme stunts and skills that few other gymnasts can match.
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