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Biles Wows Arlington Crowd….Can Anyone Catch Her Before Rio?

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 [...]

Women’s World Team Battle – Some Key Routines For The Fourth Spot

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 [...]

Maroney and Ross Shine At U.S. Classic…Full Thoughts On The Meet!

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 [...]

Back In The Game…Five Things To Look Forward To In The Coming Months!

It’s time to get back in the game!   It’s funny – after following the world’s best gymnasts so closely for four years (or more), analyzing their every move, writing [...]

A Week Later…Did The U.S. Selection Committees Get It Right?

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 [...]

Women’s Prelim Wrap-Up…And My Current Five Olympians!

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 [...]

Huge Women's Day 1 Wrap-Up!

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 [...]

Women's London StockWatch…So Much Has Happened Since May!

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 [...]

"Don't Forget About Floor" – Another Twist In The Olympic Selection Saga

“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 [...]

Putting The London Puzzle Together…Secret U.S. Classic Wrap-Up

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 [...]

London StockWatch Heating Up: Women's Side

Women 1.    Jordyn Wieber             2.    Gabrielle Douglas                            3.    Aly Raisman     [...]