Catalina Ponor vs Aly Raisman “Gia” I remember when this video started getting around the gymternet in 2012 and how everyone was absolutely shocked to see such a performance from the athlete whose Olympic gold medal was considered the end of the … Continue reading Who danced it better?
The reigning world champion, team USA is heading to the 2015 world championships as the clear favorite for the team title. As the recent national championships proved, USA has more depth than any other country in the world right now and … Continue reading putting the puzzle together: team USA
Two times world All Around champion, Simone Biles, is in the position everyone expected her to be as she is currently leading the competition. However, there were a few unpleasant surprises during her performance. She started with a strong bars … Continue reading 2015 P & G championships: halfway through the senior competition
During this quad, we haven’t spent lots of time wondering who will be the All Around champion of any meet that Simone Biles is planning to attend. When Simone competes, everyone knows that she will only lose if she makes … Continue reading 2015 P&G championships: the fight for silver & bronze
The highest qualifier for floor finals is USA’s Madison Desch. The 18-years-old athlete who trains at GAGE has been famous for her work on this event for a while now and she was able to present world class floor routines since … Continue reading Toronto 2015: floor finals preview
The highest qualifier of those finals was USA’s Rachel Gowey who is coached by Liang Chow. This is actually Rachel’s third year as a senior but unfortunately we haven’t seen a lot from her because she has struggled with injuries … Continue reading Toronto 2015: bars finals preview
Ellie Black of Canada wrote history by being the first athlete not from USA to win the Pan American AA title in decades. The 2012 Olympian, who had a rough day during qualifications, proved that she can put any struggles behind … Continue reading Toronto 2015: AA finals recap