As animated gold numbers counted down on the Barclays Center jumbotron, I knew the Gold Over America Tour would be flashy and fun, but I wasn’t prepared for the emotions it evoked. The world of elite gymnastics (and the sport as a whole) continues to face a reckoning after the longstanding culture of abuse, and this show, full of entertaining dance numbers and high-flying flips, signified a larger message of resilience and hope for young gymnasts. I cried quite a few times — especially during a spoken word piece from former UCLA Bruin Katelyn Ohashi and one segment where home videos played across the screen to Coldplay’s “Fix You.”

Now, you can see the same heart-warming moments and excitement at home for a one-time streaming event on Dec. 4 at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET through Stellar by purchasing tickets on the Gold Over America Tour website starting at $20. The tour, which had its last stops this past weekend, featured every athlete who represented Team USA in women’s artistic gymnastics at the Olympics minus Sunisa Lee, as well as other world-class gymnasts: Ohashi, Laurie Hernandez, Morgan Hurd, Nia Dennis, Shilese Jones, Chellsie Memmel, Mélanie Johanna de Jesus dos Santos, Ellie Black, and understudy Lynnzee Brown. Read More