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BREAKING: Gabby OUT of P&G Championships

Olympic all-around champion gymnast Gabby Douglas will not make her competitive return at the P&G Championships later this month, according to the Des Moines Register. Douglas hasn’t competed since winning two gold medals in London two years ago. She left the coach that guided her to the Olympics, Liang Chow, for the second time last month. They had reunited in April after she spent eight months in California. When she was training with Chow last, Douglas said she planned on competing at the P&G Championship...

Who looks the best at Podium Training?

2014 Secret Classic podium training has just wrapped up. Check out the latest podium training videos here, then tell us who YOU think looked the best.Who looks the best at Podium Training?

Five Champions Crowned on Final Day of Commonwealth Games

Pictured: Ellie Black All results via Glasgow 2014   On the fifth and final day of competition at the Commonwealth Games, the individual event champions were crowned on five apparatuses.   Men’s vault: Canada’s Scott Morgan earned his second gold medal of the Games when he improved on his qualifying score to top first-place qualifier Kristian Thomas (ENG). Morgan scored a 14.733 average to claim gold with a front handspring layout double twist and a Tsuk 2.5 twist. Thomas fell on his first vault, a Yurchenko double pike, ...

2014 Secret U.S. Classic Live Updates and Video Stream

Live stream via USAG.  Friday, Aug. 1 Junior Podium Training – 8:00 am - 10:00 am Senior Podium Training – 10:00 am - 12:30 pm U.S. Challenge (Hopes competition) – 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2 Junior competition – 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Senior competition – 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Related: 2014 Secret U.S. Classic Previews 2014 Secret U.S. Classic Roster  2014 Secret U.S. Classic Start Lists

The Pressure is On for These Gymnasts

Pictured: Felicia Hano Below are some gymnasts who will be competing at the Secret U.S. Classic, but who may not be qualified for P&G Championships yet. The pressure will be on for them to hit at Classics so they can continue on to Championships.   There are multiple ways to qualify for championships, one of which is by achieving a qualifying score at National Team Training Camps. However, USAG does not release the official results from these camps so we aren’t able to be 100% certain of who has qualified and who hasn’t. Eithe...

Event Finals Bring Gold to England, Canada, and Scotland

Pictured: Rebecca Downie All results via Glasgow 2014 Men’s Floor: The first event of the day was the men’s floor exercise, where Max Whitlock (ENG) continued his gold rush with another individual title. Joining him on the podium were Scott Morgan (CAN) in silver and David Bishop (NZL) in bronze.   Whitlock, who was crowned the all-around champion on Wednesday, came into the final with the top qualifying score and again performed beautifully, earning a 15.533 and claiming the gold by a solid 0.4 margin. Meanwhile Morgan, ...

English Men and Women Claim Team Golds

Image via British Gymnastics After the second day of competition at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, the team titles have been decided and the field is set for individual all-around and event finals.   In the men’s competition, England claimed the team gold with a total of 266.804. Scotland took silver with a team total of 257.603, and the bronze went to Canada with a 252.078 total. Australia finished fourth (246.941), and Wales finished fifth (241.385).   The English also led in the individual all-around qualifications, with Max Whit...

Horton to Compete for First Time Since Olympics

Jonathan Horton is on the list of competitors for the 2014 P&G Championships. He has not competed gymnastics since the 2012 Olympics where he placed sixth on high bar and team USA placed fifth. Horton competed at the 2012 Olympics with a shoulder injury and he found out after that he had a 90% tear in his rotator cuff. He had surgery and after taking time off to recover, Horton got back in the gym to continue training.  He almost entered the 2013 P&G Championships and said that he would have been ready to do a few events, but he decided n...

Seniors to Watch for at the Secret Classic

Pictured: Brenna Dowell Simone Biles The reigning World Champion has not competed since she earned the prestigious title of World All-around Champion. Injuries hindered her from competing at both the 2014 American Cup and Pacific Rim Championships. In addition to injuries, she has also switched gyms. There’s no doubt that Biles is one of the most talented gymnasts the U.S. has, but she has not competed for over half a year. Also, the last time she competed in Hoffman Estates for last year’s Secret Classic, she scratched on vault du...

England Sweeps Women's All-Around In Glasgow

After two sessions featuring 24 gymnasts from 12 different nations and territories, the women’s individual all-around competition has now wrapped up in Glasgow, and England has swept the podium! Claudia Fragapane took the gold, Ruby Harrold got silver, and Hannah Whelan took bronze. Image via British Gymnastics Fragapane, who contributed several outstanding scores during the team competition, qualified to the all-around final in first place. She landed slightly low on her DTY vault but earned a 14.733 (nearly 0.3 higher than her score in...

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