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Dave Brubaker: Why Canada Shifted Toward Modeling The U.S. JO Program

The dominant force that is the U.S. gymnastics program has led many countries to model their programs in a similar fashion. Dave Brubaker became Canada’s National Team director in May of 2014, and has been working hard to carry on the transition to a more unified, U.S.-modeled system within the Canadian gymnastics program.   The compulsory program in Canada has been undergoing big changes since before Brubaker became the National Team Director. “I was the head of the Women’s Technical Committee in the province of Ontario...

Top 10 Most Viewed Beyond The Routine Episodes

Our original documentary series, Beyond the Routine, has given gymnastics fans unprecedented access into the lifestyle, training regimens, and personal philosophies of gymnastics' most renowned personalities. These stories give real insight into the lives of some of the greatest gymnasts, both past and present, and allow you to see their experiences in a whole new light.   With more than two years worth of Beyond the Routine documentaries in our Gymnastike Gold library, you may have missed some of the most intriguing videos. We’ve c...

UCLA's Jennifer Pinches Medically Retires, Takes On New Role

Release via Bruin Athletics UCLA gymnast Jennifer Pinches has medically retired due to wrist injuries, Bruin head coach Valorie Kondos Field announced today. Pinches, a junior, will remain on the team as an undergraduate assistant coach.   Pinches’ training had been significantly impacted in 2015 due to the injuries, limiting her to mainly just floor exercise. Her consistency in competition never suffered, however, as she hit all 11 routines she competed and 31 of 32 routines (97%) in her career. As a key leadoff competitor, she aver...

UCLA's Jennifer Pinches Medically Retires, Takes On New Role

Release via Bruin Athletics UCLA gymnast Jennifer Pinches has medically retired due to wrist injuries, Bruin head coach Valorie Kondos Field announced today. Pinches, a junior, will remain on the team as an undergraduate assistant coach.   Pinches’ training had been significantly impacted in 2015 due to the injuries, limiting her to mainly just floor exercise. Her consistency in competition never suffered, however, as she hit all 11 routines she competed and 31 of 32 routines (97%) in her career. As a key leadoff competitor, she aver...

Brittany Rogers Straddling Two Worlds, Training For Rio As A Senior Gymdog

Going 'Beyond The Routine' allows for a look inside the different worlds of gymnasts who are each on their own path to greatness. Often, the moments outside the competition floor are where the magic happens—it's found in the hours spent in the gym and at grueling training camps. Not every piece of footage makes it into a BTR episode, but the untold parts of every journey contribute to inspiring stories of true triumph. For Brittany Rogers, her journey has spanned not only between two different countries, but two entirely differ...

Los Angeles Chosen As Official U.S. Bidder For 2024 Summer Olympics

LA Coliseum, Opening Ceremony for the 1984 Olympics The U.S. Olympic Committee has named Los Angeles as the official U.S. bidder for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games, city officials announced today. Boston was originally named the official bidder but the city withdrew their bid due to local opposition.    Los Angeles boasts a successful history of hosting the Games in 1932 and 1984, with 1984 being particularly momentous for U.S. gymnastics.  In 1932, Italy won the men’s team competition and Romeo Neri of Italy won the men&rs...

UPDATED: Top NCAA Commits Of Summer 2015

Below is a list of the most recent commits to the nation’s top teams. We will continue to update this page throughout the summer. **Updated: 9/1/2015 Malia Hargrove to Arizona 2019-20  Hargrove is a L10 at Flips USA, and placed 19th AA at regionals this year.   Shannon Farrell to Arizona 2016-17 Farrell, a L10 at Rebound in N.J., placed 14th AA at her state meet this season and 26th AA at regionals.   Emily Muhlenhaupt to Boise State 2017-2018 Muhlenhaupt, a L10 at Colorado Aerials and a previous Utah commit, has...

Cameron Bock, Davis Grooms To Represent USA In Japan Competition

Press release via USAG: Cameron Bock of Tustin, Calif./SCATS, and Davis Grooms of Katy, Texas/Champions Gymnastics, will represent the USA at the 2015 International Junior Gymnastics Competition in Yokohama, Japan, Sept. 22-23.    Bock was one of the four junior gymnasts who competed in the senior division finals at the recent P&G Gymnastics Championships, where he finished in the top 20 in the senior all-around standings. Grooms won the 15-16 junior all-around title at the P&G Championships. Based on the overall junior all-around ran...

Lovely Leos: Senior Edition, 2015 P&G Championships

The 2015 P&G Championships delivered in all areas, including the beautiful leotards. There were tons to choose from but here are our favorites from the senior's field. Vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of the article. Click here to see the junior edition. All photos by Christy Ann Linder 1. Lauren Navarro This stunning white leotard looks elegant and polished, and the gold rhinestones compliment the plain piece perfectly.    2. Simone Biles This classic leotard uses solid, clean white lines contrasted beautifully with t...

Lovely Leos: Junior Edition, 2015 P&G Championships

There were dozens of gorgeous leotards to choose from at the 2015 P&G Championships but here are our top picks. Vote for your favorite leo in the poll below. All photos by Christy Ann Linder. Check out the senior edition here. 1. MG Elite MG Elite has the ombre look down to a T! This enchanting leo is delicate and dazzling and the unique rhinestone designs are so intricate you could study them for hours.   2. Texas Dreams Gleaming and bold, this leo uses a unique design including an intricate criss cross back and black to white ombre sleev...

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