For the United States women, this Olympic cycle is beginning to feel a whole like the one exactly 12 years ago, when five members of the historic gold-medal winning U.S. [...]
I’ve done enough venting about the women’s age restrictions over the last few years. This year, instead of providing my opinions regarding how nonsensical these restrictions are, not to mention [...]
There’s no question that the Visa Championships left a bit of a sour taste in our mouths with regards to the U.S. women’s team. Day 2 of the competition essentially [...]
The Americans were already scrounging for a third bar worker, and after Rebecca Bross’ untimely mishap, they’ll now be scrounging for two. Before Bross’ injury, the six I had picked [...]
Well it might have been the ugliest day in U.S. women’s gymnastics history, but it certainly wasn’t all bad. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the highs and lows [...]
The annual Visa U.S. Championships are set to begin this week in St. Paul, Minnesota. As it has traditionally done over the last several years, the competition will serve several [...]
With just a week and a half remaining before the 2011 Visa U.S. Championships, spots on the women’s squad for the world championships in October are still very much up [...]
The 2011 Covergirl Classic might not have had an abundance of all-arounders, but it wasn’t lacking in world and Olympic contenders. Highlighted by a unique clash between three of the [...]
There’s a whole lot to be revealed in the gymnastics world at this weekend’s Covergirl Classic in Chicago, which serves as the final qualifier to the Visa U.S. Championships in [...]
It’s been no secret that the U.S. women have been searching for a bars specialist for at least the last three years. Nastia Liukin was able to fill much of [...]
Did you miss these great routines from Rotterdam?
Russia wins its first ever women's world team title.