Although I'll be writing for www.nbcolympics.com here at the Olympic Games and also providing live tweets at https://twitter.com/AndyThorntonNBC, when time allows I'd like to give some further details here on Andy's [...]
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 [...]
Chinese Win Men’s Team Final at 2010 Worlds The names were Teng Haibin, Chen Yibing, Yan Mingyong, Lu Bo, Feng Zhe, and Zhang Chenglong…one returning Olympic champion from Beijing, one [...]
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 [...]
One thing is for certain…the Men’s World Championship All-Around in Rotterdam is going to yield some big surprises and could be one of the most unpredictable men’s all-around finals ever. Uchimura’s potential withdrawal could become the opportunity of a lifetime for one of these 18 gymnasts, or perhaps another unsuspected new star.
Following the recent Chinese men's nationals, much talk began to circulate about the "crisis" of the Chinese men's team...notably, the absence of world medal contending all-arounders and a surplus of individual event specialists. Let's see if the Chinese men still have what it takes to field one of the very best teams in the world.