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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Some amazing Chinese men’s floor routines from the Chinese Nationals Event Finals: Zou Kai Floor 2011 Chinese Nationals Event Finals Still got it! It will be interesting to see if [...]
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.
We’ve already taken a look at how to calculate D-Scores of the best floor and parallel bar routines in the world, and now it’s time to do the same on what most consider the most exciting men’s event…high bar!
The most recent Chinese nationals took place last weekend in Xiantao, and it was a great opportunity to see some of their very best gymnasts – both old and new – on their specialties.