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Tag Archives: Danell Leyva
Session 2: USA and Japan The American men had a bit of strange day. On one hand, their pommel horse was a success, as Mikulak, Leyva, and Orozco all hit - AND it was their first event. And Mikulak showed he is back to full strength on floor and vault, showing some soaring Kasamatsu double fulls ...
It’s now been just over a week since our five-member U.S. Olympic teams were finally named at the Trials in San Jose. I’m playing a bit of catch up this week and wanted to post my thoughts on the teams that ended up being selected. I think the Men’s Selection Committee was spot on. The five ...
I have somewhat cowardly avoided posting my picks for a men’s team since watching yesterday’s finals and also learning of Mikulak’s sprained ankle. Perhaps I unintentionally jinxed Mikulak with my post yesterday regarding the incredible health of all fifteen Trials participants…or at the very least, I spoke too soon. Regardless, there’s no question we’ve had a ...
Although I wasn’t able to see the full coverage of men’s Day 1 unfortunately (didn’t get the TV station at my house), I did follow along all the quick hits and have seen numerous routines from Leyva, Horton, Orozco, Dalton, and Mikulak on www.nbcolympics.com. I wanted to go ahead and post my initial impression of ...
Here’s one final quick rundown of my most recent London StockWatch, ranking these 15 guys as we head into the first day of Olympic Trials: 1. John Orozco 2. Danell Leyva 3. Jonathan Horton 4. Jake Dalton 5. Sam Mikulak 6. Alex Naddour 7. Glen Ishino 8. Chris Brooks 9. Brandon Wynn 10. Steve Legendre 11. Paul Ruggeri 12. Alex Buscaglia 13. David Sender 14. ...
Here's my latest updated Men's StockWatch, in preparation for the upcoming Olympic Trials: 1. John Orozco 2. Danell Leyva 3. Jonathan Horton 4. Jake Dalton 5. Sam Mikulak 6. Alex Naddour 7. Glen Ishino 8. Chris Brooks 9. Brandon Wynn 10. Steve Legendre 11. Paul Ruggeri 12. Alex Buscaglia 13. David Sender 14. Joshua Dixon 15. CJ Maestas Things have changed quite ...
WOW. It was another exciting day in U.S. men’s gymnastics, with some of the very best in this nation’s history fighting to earn their places on this year’s national team and Olympic team. And all with only about 36 hours of rest since the conclusion of Day 1. The finale between Leyva and Orozco was stunning. ...
I’ve already got plenty to update on my London StockWatch after last night’s incredible men’s competition. Here’s my most up-to-date rank list of the men’s Olympic contenders: Men 1. Danell Leyva 2. John Orozco 3. Jonathan Horton ...
As soon as tonight’s men’s competition was complete, I sent a text message to my brother that said, “I think these guys can win Olympic gold.” The only problem is, I’m still not sure exactly which five guys they will be. This was unquestionably the best men’s national championships I’ve ever seen…EVER. Do you remember when the ...
I decided to put up one final pre-U.S. Championships “London StockWatch” before the men’s competition begins this evening. I’ll be updating this after each day of competition, highlighting the major moves that take place. Men 1. Danell Leyva 2. John Orozco 3. Jonathan ...