Post Views 907 So who do you think the top female vaulter is between the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney through the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio? We looked through the results from World Championships and the Olympic Games during this time frame and counted how many times an athlete finished in the top Read More
Post Views 893 The top Level 10s competed this past weekend at the USA Gymnastics Women’s Junior Olympic National Championships in Indianapolis. The top 681 Level 10s participating this year were divided into 12 age divisions with between 56 – 58 athletes in each age division. To illustrate the caliber of athlete that competed at Nationals, we combined Read More
Post Views 370 Did you read our #1 most read article in 2016; Scoring A Front Handspring Vault? The article was ready by over 11k people! If you have not had the opportunity to read it, check it out!
Post Views 447 Day 1 of the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championship has concluded with an All-Around Champion, Individual Event Champions, and qualifying teams to the Super Six on Saturday night at 9pm EST. Individual All-Around 1. Bridget Sloan (UF) – 39.70 2. Chayse Capps (Oklahoma) – 39.6125 3. Myia Hambrick (LSU) – 39.5625 Individual Event Read More
Post Views 20,866 I don’t understand, why did she score so low on her vault? It looked good to me! As a parent or gymnastics fan, it can be difficult to understand how a front handspring vault is evaluated. But for a judge, it is easy to come up with a score based on the Read More
Post Views 649 The FIG has announced that 8 new skills have been added to the Men’s Code of Points. The first step in the process of adding a new skill to the Code of Points is for the athlete to submit the skill to the FIG Men’s Technical Committee for review. The Technical Committee will Read More
Post Views 381 *I have created a page called “College 10.0 Routines” on my blog specifically dedicated to 10.0 routines performed at the college level. This article will no longer be updated with new routines. All new 10.0 routines can be found on the new “College 10.0 Routines” page on my blog. Fortunately, for the sport Read More
Post Views 493 Kenzo Shirai, the reigning World floor exercise champion, from Japan has submitted a new skill to the FIG called the “Shirai 3”. Kenzo recently competed the skill at the Toyota International gymnastics meet. The “Shirai 3” is a double layout with a triple twist. This new skill is a variation of the Read More