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Head Coach:  Lalo Haro
LaloLalo started his gymnastics career at age 7 in Puebla, Mexico. He was lucky to have a great coach that prepared him to compete at the national level by the age of 10, and  internationally in 1990.
He was recruited by the University of Michigan in 1996 and learned a great deal from coaches and team mates. He won the NCAA with his team in 1999.
Lalo graduated with a B.A. in Sports Management and Communications.

“I really enjoy coaching and introducing children to competitive gymnastics. It is my passion! I started the PCG Boys Team in 2009, and we had great success since, obtaining numerous awards, including State Champions, Regional Champions, an National qualifiers. In my free time I enjoy movies and motorcycles.”

 

Ryan Lipinski
Ryan
Ryan started gymnastics at the age of 3 in Washington State. Three years later, he moved back to California, and began Level 5 at Stars and Stripes Gymnastics. He competed in California for 8 years, qualifying for State Championships 8 years in a row, and for Regionals all but one of those years.
Lalo has been his coach since he was 7, and Ryan sees in him not only a coach, but also a mentor.

“I have been at PCG for 2 years now, and I have grown to love this program and each and every kid involved.
I also enjoy pole vaulting, mix martial arts, and surfing.”

 

Sasha Cusimano
Sasha
Sasha started gymnastics when she was 3, in Fallbrook, California. When she was 9, she was recruited by Bernie Weston to join PCG’s girls competitive team. Under her coach, Jessica Hoffman, she was Level 4 Conference All-Around Champion, and Regional Qualifier for the first ever Level 7 Region 1 Championships.
After a very successful career, she competed as an Optional Level gymnast for Fallbrook High School Gymnastics girls team.
Sasha has always had a passion for boys gymnastics, and she decided to make a transition from gymnast to coach in 2014. She began her coaching career at PCG with boys and girls recreational and pre-school classes.
She is very excited about joining our boys team as a coach, and we know that she has what it takes to develop a strong Level 4 Team that we can be proud of.
Sasha enjoys spending time at the beach, traveling, and dirt biking.

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