Bhavsar was a member of the 2001 World Championships Team that earned an unprecedented silver medal, and he helped Team USA defend that title at the 2003 Worlds. He also is the 2002 NCAA All-Around Champion. In 2001, he helped Ohio State University win the NCAA title. Bhavsar is the son of Joe and Sue Bhavsar and he has a brother, Sujit.

Personal Information
Hometown: Houston, TX
Began Gymnastics In: 1983
How did you get involved?: My parents saw me climbing up on furniture then jumping off on a daily basis. I was a hyperactive kid.
Favorite Gymnastics Thing: The element of risk. We do some things that people only imagine in their dreams. It is the hardest sport in the world.
Favorite Event: still rings
Goals: My current goals are to continue training and complete the necessary steps to get to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
School: Graduate of Ohio State University
Grade: Graduated in 2004
Major: Business Administration / Marketing
Favorite School Subject: Consumer Behavior

Interests Outside the Gym
Favorite Music/Book: Music: Bhangra, Book:
Favorite TV Show: Seinfeld, Most Extreme Challenge, and Entourage
Favorite Food: Indian and Italian
Hobbies: Models, bike riding, swimming, and silks
Other Sports Involvement: Beach volleyball
Charity: Miracle Wish Foundation

National Competition Results
2008 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.: 1st-VT; 2nd-AA, SR; 3rd-PB
2007 Visa Championships, San Jose, Calif.: 7th-SR
2007 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.: 3rd-SR
2006 Visa Championships, St. Paul, Minn.: 3rd-PB; 5th-PH
2006 Winter Cup Challenge, Las Vegas, Nev.:
2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Anaheim, Calif.: 1st-SR

International Competition Results
2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, China: Bronze medal Team
2008 Tyson American Cup, New York, N.Y.: 6th-AA
2008 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships, San Jose, Calif.: 1st-Team; 4th-SR
2007 Tyson American Cup, Jacksonville, Fla.:
2004 Olympic Games, Athens, Greece: Team
2004 World Cup, Rio de Janerio, Brazil: 2nd-SR; 3rd-PB
2003 World Championships, Anaheim, Calif.: 2nd-Team
2001 World Championships, Ghent, Belgium: 2nd-Team
2001 Moscow Stars, Moscow, Russia: 2nd-PB
1999 Pan American Games, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: 2nd-Team; 6th-PH