Blaine Wilson won his first World Championships medal at the 2003 Worlds. On Feb. 28 at the 2004 Visa American Cup, Wilson tore his left biceps tendon, and vowed to return for the 2004 Olympic Games. Blaine Carew Wilson is the first man to win five consecutive USA Gymnastics national titles, and the third man to win five consecutive U.S. all-around titles (or more) in gymnastics history. Wilson is named after baseball great Rod Carew and former Dallas Cowboys guard Blaine Nye. Wilson won the Jesse Owens Award in 1997 as the Big Ten Conference's most outstanding male athlete. Wilson is single and raising his daughter, Wakaya.

Personal Information
Hometown: Columbus, OH

National Competition Results
2008 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.:
2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Anaheim, Calif.:
2004 Winter Cup, Las Vegas, Nev.: 1st-AA; 1st-PB; 1st-SR(T)
2003 National Championships, Milwaukee, Wis.: 1st-SR(T); 2nd-VT; 3rd-AA; 3rd-FX
2003 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.:
2002 U.S. Championships, Cleveland, Ohio: 1st-HB; 1st-SR; 2nd-AA; 2nd-PB; 3rd-VT
2002 U.S. Men's Qualifier, Colorado Springs, Colo.:
2001 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.: 1st-AA; 1st-PB(T)
2000 Olympic Trials, Boston, Mass.: 1st-AA
2000 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships, St. Louis, Mo.: 1st-AA; 1st-FX; 1st-SR(T); 1st-VT; 3rd-PB; 3rd-PH
1999 World Team Trials, Kansas City, Mo.: 1st-AA
1999 John Hancock U.S. Gymnastics Championships, Sacramento, Calif.: 1st-AA; 1st-SR; 2nd-PB; 2nd-VT
1999 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.: 1st-AA; 1st-FX; 1st-SR; 3rd-PB; 3rd-PH

International Competition Results
2008 USA vs Canada, Calgary, Albera, Canada: 1st-Team; 2nd-VT(T), HB; 3rd-SR
2004 Olympic Games, Athens, Greece: 2nd-Team
2004 Visa American Cup, New York, N.Y.: 3rd-FX; 4th-PH
2003 World Championships, Anaheim, Calif.: 2nd-Team; 6th-PB; 6th-SR
2003 Visa American Cup, Fairfax, Va.: 1st-AA; 1st-FX; 1st-PB; 1st-SR; 2nd-HB; 2nd-VT
2002 Sino-American Team Competition, Beijing, China:
2002 Li Ning Cup, Beijing, China: 3rd-SR
2001 10th French Internationaux Competition, Paris, France:
2001 Visa American Cup, Orlando, Fla.: 1st-AA; 1st-PH; 1st-SR; 2nd-FX; 3rd-PB; 3rd-VT
2000 Olympic Games, Syndey, Australia: 5th-Team; 6th-AA
1999 Pontiac International Team Championships, Richmond, Va.: 1st-SR; 1st-Team; 2nd-FX; 3rd-PH(T)
1999 World Championships, Tianjin, China: 4th-AA; 6th-Team
1999 American Cup, St. Petersburg, Fla.: 1st-AA; 2nd-SR