Here’s a look at some of the uneven bars routines that took out breath away in 2015 Continue reading Top 20 uneven bars routines of 2015
The Ups 1. team Russia Everyone was expecting Russia to be in the lead after the first day of qualifications, but I don’t think anyone expected them to perform as well as they did. I certainly did not. They are … Continue reading Glasgow 2015: the ups and downs of Day 1
Vasiliki Millousi, Greece During the last two quads, the elegant Vasiliki Millousi has carried Greek gymnastics on her shoulders. There have been other talented gymnasts, like world cup finalists Argyro Afrati and Valia Plyta, but Millousi has always been the one to … Continue reading Glasgow 2015: the underdogs
The Novara Cup was held on October 10 in Novara, Italy and it was the last major international competition before the Glasgow world championships. Italy, Romania and Spain, who have yet to announce their official world teams, used this meet as … Continue reading 2015 Novara Cup recap
Sandra Izbasa vs Eythora Thorsdottir: Taniec Eleny If we are being objective, this is not the most beautifully choreographed routine the world has ever seen. When you have to count 10 skills towards your difficulty score you don’t have much time to … Continue reading Who danced it better?
The lovely Flavia Saraiva was the highest qualifier on beam despite a mistake she made during the first day of the competition. The 16-years-old from Brazil has been very succesful so far, winning two bronze medals, one with her team … Continue reading Toronto 2015: beam 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