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Is this the first quintuple turn ever attempted in competition? Check it out after her 2nd tumbling pass (starts at 39 sec): Marta Pihan-Kulescza Floor - 2015 Europeans EF I'm not sure if the judges gave her credit for that (she really started falling out of that after the 3rd spin), but I do not know of ...
Perhaps the loudest statement made at this week’s European Championships in Montpellier, France was made by the Russian women. This is by far the strongest this team has looked in quite some time….certainly since the 2012 Olympics, and I may go so far as to say since 2010 when this team won the world title. ...
Here were "7 Takeaways" from today's team and all-around competition at the City of Jesolo Trophy meet, taking place in Italy this weekend: 1. Simone Biles is still on top, but the field behind her just got deeper. What was so cool about this meet – other than featuring the official comebacks of 2012 Olympic champions ...
I’ve decided we’re going to have to blindfold Simone Biles at her next competition to give the other gymnasts at least a fighting chance. I can’t recall another gymnast who has remained this dominant over the rest of the world in the all-around for two years straight. Even a longtime champion like Svetlana Khorkina had her ...
Simone Biles is the first female gymnast in recent years whom I would have no hesitation in calling the best all-arounder in the world TWO years in a row. We could have easily said that about Kohei Uchimura on the men’s side for several years straight, but when was the last time we could truly ...
So I’ve been away for a while again...a brand new job and brand new city in the last year have kept me quite busy. But I’ve quietly still been keeping an eye on things since I last posted a year ago, and since we’re now exactly halfway into the quadrennium and there was plenty of ...
Randomly came across this. Cool stuff! Thanks to Mostepanovafan for the montage - put together back in 2009. Notice, unfortunately, that no recent gymnasts are featured. Today's routines are skill-skill-skill packed into the same time frame as the more artistic and innovative routines from years past. I certainly don't mind seeing some of the more difficult skills ...
Most would agree that Simone Biles, Kyla Ross, and McKayla Maroney have all but locked up three of the four available spots on the U.S. women’s world championship team. The fourth spot – should Martha Karolyi choose to use it – is certainly up for grabs and will be determined at the upcoming World Team ...
Victoria Moors Floor Routine at 2013 Pan Am Games: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GU-2sADwuiw We saw the popular Canadian unveil the spectacular laid-out double double earlier this year at the 2013 Canadian Championships – not long after American Mykayla Skinner made waves for throwing the very same gutsy move in the United States. In this weekend’s Pan American Games, Moors didn’t quite ...
Kyla Ross looked very good and did deserve the title, despite not having a whole lot of competition (not to diminish Peyton Ernst’s outstanding performance). Kyla’s beam was solid but certainly not spectacular, and would certainly benefit from some upgrading and perhaps a little creativity. I’m never a fan of using a simply back handspring layout ...