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Danell Leyva’s Golden Moment. U.S. National Champion Danell Leyva hasn’t quite had the world championships he had dreamed of. Although he did stand with his teammates on the world team medal podium for the first time, mistakes on high bar in qualifications and on vault and high bar in the all-around had already dashed a ...
Men’s Floor Highlights Kohei Uchimura’s unveiling of the extremely rare triple twisting double back – a skill competed by only a very small handful of gymnasts EVER - appeared so effortless that the judges somehow completely missed it! Flavius Kozci’s 3 ½ twist to punch front full is an unprecedented pass that he’s been nailing throughout ...
Hardly a single step was taken. Hardly a single form break was visible. And while he effortlessly performed some of the most difficult gymnastics in the world, hardly even a struggle was detectable. With one of the great all-around performances of all time, Kohei Uchimura has now added his name to the history books as the ...
Can Kohei Make History? Kohei Uchimura has won the last two world all-around crowns, and has the unique opportunity in this year’s competition to become the first gymnast in history to win three consecutive world all-around titles. Kohei has shown his mortality here in Tokyo, suffering falls on vault in the qualifications and high bar ...
When a competition is as exciting and unpredictable as this year’s world men’s team final was, the results almost don’t even matter. For a team like the United States, perspective is everything. After placing 4th at last year’s worlds in Rotterdam, getting back onto the podium – where it had been back in Athens 2004 and ...
Kohei’s Magic. Even slightly hampered by a leg injury and an uncharacteristic fall on vault, the invincible Kohei Uchimura still dazzled his way to the top of the all-around qualifications and into five out of six event finals. At just 22 years old, the gymnast they call “Superman” has already won two world all-around titles, ...
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That must have been the philosophy of the Chinese delegation when putting together this year’s men’s world team, which consists of five of the same members of last year’s gold medal team from Rotterdam. The only gymnast left off was 2009 world rings champion and 2010 world rings silver ...
USA Men Win Pommel Horse! This was psychologically a HUGE boost for this team, not only scoring within one point of Japan’s soon-to-be-world team in the final rankings, but outclassing the entire field on its longtime nemesis, the pommel horse. Alex Naddour and comeback junior sensation John Orozco posted huge 15+ scores, and Danell Leyva ...
I’m certainly not one to go throwing out perfect tens, but I’d have to say that Kohei Uchimura’s high bar routine from the all-around at this weekend’s Japan Cup may be the best high bar routine ever done. In my book, it was a ten. Kohei Uchimura High Bar 2011 Japan Cup All-Around It’s a perfect example ...
Over the last couple of years the Japan Cup, now held in Tokyo, Japan every summer, has become one of the year’s biggest international events. In 2009 the competition was highlighted by exciting team battles on both the men’s and women’s sides; the Japanese men won a shocking at-home upset over the reigning world and ...