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Georgia Announces Gymnastics Leadership Transition ATHENS, Ga. —Joshua Brooks, the director of athletics at J. Reid Parker, said on Friday that Courtney Kupets Carter will not be returning to lead the Georgia gymnastics program.

“We want to thank Courtney for her leadership of our gymnastics program over the past seven seasons,” Brooks stated. “While these are never easy choices to make, this one was particularly challenging given the significance of Courtney and her family to the University of Georgia. Her numerous achievements and honors will be recognized for years to come, making her one of the finest Bulldog student-athletes of all time. We believe that, as we pursue SEC and national titles, it would be beneficial for our gymnastics program to have a new leadership at this time.”

The eighth head coach in Georgia gymnastics history was Kupets Carter. Seven GymDogs were named to the All-America team, and 14 were selected to the All-Southeastern Conference squad, all under her direction.

During her tenure as a student-athlete at Georgia from 2006 to 2009, Kupets Carter achieved the most remarkable career in the history of collegiate gymnastics. She was the first gymnast to win nine NCAA individual titles, an astounding fifteen All-America honors, individual championships on all four events, and the all-around title. Georgia’s athletic career included four team national titles.

The next head coach of Georgia will be chosen nationwide right away.
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