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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 ...
Two of the biggest question marks from the women’s competition are whether the falls from Kyla Ross (vault) and McKayla Maroney (bars and beam) will affect their Olympic chances. The four-for-four performances from Wieber, Douglas, and Raisman simply secured these three even more firmly onto this team, but Ross and Maroney are slightly more tenuous. Although ...
To my knowledge, no gymnast has scored a 16 on beam since the 2008 Olympics – partly due to the fact that the number of “counting” elements for the women was reduced from 10 down to 8 after Beijing. With two fewer skills to add points to the difficulty scores, it’s obviously harder to score ...
It turned out to be a nail-biter right to the end, and for a few seconds I really thought that Gabby Douglas might overtake the defending champion Jordyn Wieber on that last bar routine. It was definitely one of the very best ones we’ve seen from Gabby – she connected the full spin to elgrip ...
I had to rewatch last night's women’s competition this morning before finalizing my thoughts on it. There are so many great gymnasts with so many different strengths…and also so many things to consider as we attempt to put together this Olympic team. Overall I thought it was an excellent meet – MILES better than last ...
Before the start of the women’s U.S. Championships in St. Louis this evening, I wanted to throw out my most up-to-date London StockWatch List, including all of the major moves since the recent U.S. Classic. I’ve got some discussion on several of the Olympic contenders and some things to watch for in the competition below. Women 1. ...
“Don’t Forget About Floor.” That was the advice of a couple of our wise readers, Louise and Brynn, after reading my post about my three possible U.S. women’s Olympic teams. And I have to admit, it’s an excellent point. Strangely, often times we do tend to forget about floor – at least a little bit – when ...
Competitions like this weekend's U.S. Classic tend to stir up a lot of “dust.” With so many top contenders competing on various selected events, yet several notable absences…and so many falls and nervous mistakes, yet plenty of very strong performances as well… we often find ourselves caught in a huge hazy mist at the end ...
What a thrilling finish to the competition. Romania continues to look incredible. After beating Russia two days in a row, they’ll now have to be considered a threat for at least a silver medal in London. Could gold even be possible? Not yet, but we can certainly envision how it might become possible…if Iordache adds ...