Integrity is proud to be home of 5-time National Champion, 3-time Olympian, Olympic Silver Medalist Blaine Wilson. As well as being an owner, Blaine oversees our competitive coaches and plays an integral role in coaching both our boys and girls competitive teams. Having reached the highest levels in the sport of gymnastics, Blaine brings a unique perspective to training and is an invaluable resource to our athletes.

Blaine’s Bio

Ohio State

An Ohio native, Wilson attended Ohio State University from 1994-1997 and became the most decorated male gymnast in the program’s history. He won six individual NCAA titles and helped Ohio State win the team title in 1996. He was named the Big Ten Rookie of the Year as a freshman, and the Athlete of the Year the next three seasons. Wilson has served as both a volunteer and full-time gymnastics coach at his alma mater.

Best in the U.S.

As Wilson excelled on the NCAA scene, he was also competing internationally for the US and dominating the American elite competition. In 1996,Wilson won his first national all-around title, the Olympic Trials, and easily qualified onto the Olympic team. He led the Olympic team to a fifth-place finish and placed 11th all-around individually.

After graduating from Ohio State, Wilson continued competed internationally. He won his fifth straight US national all-around title in 2000, then topped the standings at the 2000 Olympic Trials again. Team USA matched its Atlanta performance with another fifth place in Sydney, with Wilson placing sixth all-around and sixth on vault.

In 2003, Wilson won his fifth national title on rings, and earned a silver medal with the US team at the world championships.

Wilson made his third Olympic team in 2004, and accomplished a long-awaited goal: the US men followed up their world silver with an Olympic one, and with it, Wilson earned his first Olympic medal.


(partial list)

Blaine is the first man to win five consecutive national titles since USA Gymnastics was named the sport’s National Governing Body, and the third man to win five consecutive U.S. all-around titles (or more) in gymnastics history.

Ohio State University – Gymnast of the Century
Ohio State Universrity – Athletics Hall of Fame inductee
2013 – First gymnast ever elected to the International Sports Hall of Fame
1997 – Big Ten Athlete of the Year
1997 – Nissen Emery Award (best male collegiate gymnast)