Jordyn Wieber's New Skill for 2013
2011 World Champion and 2012 Olympic Champion Jordyn Wieber is back in the gym for 2013! Gymnastike recently visited Wieber and Twistars USA Gymnastics for a production of "Beyond the Routine" which will air shortly in Gymnastike Gold. In this outtake from the series, Wieber reveals the new skill she's been training in hopes of getting it named for her.
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McKayla Maroney on her homecoming at AOGC, walking in high heels on a broken toe, plans for Rio, and more
Upon landing at home in LA after the Olympics, McKayla Maroney received a warm, red-carpet welcome from her adoring teammates. Here, McKayla shares her thoughts on the celebration, what she learned in London, how she walked in super high heels on a broken toe on Letterman, the best part of her post-Olympic trip to New York with the Fierce Five, her plans for Rio and a possible yurchenko triple vault, and much more! Click here to see McKayla and the Fierce Five, on Letterman: http://flo.mx/Pv0ZDg.
McKayla Maroney's adorable little sister Tarynn, on London and welcoming home her big sister
At McKayla Maroney's homecoming, her adorable little sister and budding gymnast (check out her rope climb!), Tarynn, reveals her favorite thing about her trip to London, her thoughts on her famous sister's vault, the first thing she said to McKayla when she saw her, and much more!
Olympic Champ McKayla Maroney: "I'm Not Done"
Gymnastike caught up with 2012 Olympic Champion McKayla Maroney at the 2013 Metroplex Challenge. Maroney shares what she's been up to since finishing the Tour, and discusses her future plans for gymnastics, including the 2013 World Championships and 2016 Olympic Games.
McKayla Maroney reveals what really happened after the Olympic vault final
*This was the CANDID INTERVIEW OF THE YEAR for 2012. McKayla revelas what really happened after vault final Gymnastike sat down with the lovely McKayla Maroney at an AT&T store in Washington, DC, the day before she met the President and participated in the Kellogg's Tour of Champions stop in DC. In this exclusive interview, Maroney details what really happened after the vault final, including the hilarious and very surprising reason that gold medalist, Sandra Izbasa, had to hold Maroney's bags when they returned to the Olympic village. Maroney also discusses an adorable letter she wrote at 11 years old to her 12-year-old self, reveals why she wants to go to Rio, and much more.
McKayla Maroney's Perfect Amanar at 2013 Worlds in slow motion
Reigning World Vault Champion and Olympic Vault Silver Medalist McKayla Maroney vaulted a perfect, stuck Amanar during podium training at the 2013 World Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp. Watch Maroney's incredible vault at regular speed, slow motion, and super slow mo!
Slideshow: The Fierce Five's Golden Moment
The 2012 USA women's gymnastics team, known as the Fierce Five, became the second U.S. team to win the OIympic Team Gold and the first since the Magnificent Seven in 1996. Take a look back to the night of the womens team final competition through photographs by team doctor Larry Nassar and the parents in the stands.
BTR Series Trailer: Jordyn Wieber
Pressure was on World Champion Jordyn Wieber from day one. With "all eyes on her," she was expected to step up to the plate and perform at the highest level possible at the biggest event in the world: the 2012 London Olympic Games. In Gymnastike's next edition of "Beyond the Routine", go behind the scenes and into the personal life of one of the biggest gymnastics stars in the world. 3 PART SERIES PREMIERES MAY 8th. DO NOT MISS THIS VERY SPECIAL BTR. Click here to subscribe to Gymnastike Gold and view Beyond the Routine series specials with Wieber, Mary Lee Tracy and UCLA!
Fierce Five Photo Shoot
The five members of the gold medal winning USA Gymnastics Olympic team pose with their team gold medals
Introducing the Fierce Five at the Adidas House in London
The Olympic Champions of Team USA visited the Adidas house in London after competition concluded at the 2012 Olympic Games.
Jordyn Wieber Reflects on her Olympic Experience
Team USA Olympic gold medalist Jordyn Wieber reflects on the ups and downs of her first Olympic experience in missing the all around final due to the two-per-country rule, then helping her country to their first Olympic Team Gold Medal since 1996. Wieber also confirms that she had been struggling with injury throughout her time in London.
Erin Maroney, Mother of McKayla Maroney, on Raising an Olympian and Dealing with Her Daughter's Fame
Erin Maroney, mother of 2012 USA Olympic Champion McKayla Maroney, talked with Gymnastike at the 2013 Metroplex Challenge about the ups and downs of raising an Olympian and how she manages to stay calm while McKayla is competing.
Great Interview with McKayla Maroney on SportsTalk4Kids
Today, Nick Garner of SportsTalk4Kids (http://www.sportstalk4kids.com) met Olympic Gold Medalist McKayla Maroney, who was in town for the Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions 2012. McKayla talked to Nick about what it was like to be part of the USA Women's Gymnastics 2012 Team that won the gold medal for only the second time at the 2012 London Olympics. She also won the silver medal in the vault. Maroney talked to Nick about all the memories of her Olympic experience, as well as how she dealt with the pressure of coming through for her teammates and how she's become an Internet sensation since she won her two Olympic medals. Check out SportsTalk4Kids.com to see more of Nick's interview with Olympic athletes.
Kyla Ross, the Youngest Member of Team USA, after the Olympics
Kyla Ross helped Team USA win the 2012 Olympic team gold medal in London with steady performances on bars and beam. Ross talks about her Olympic experience, watching her teammates in individual finals, and shows off her Olympic medal.
McKayla Maroney on how the "Not Impressed" Face Changed her Life
McKayla Maroney reflects on how her life has changed since winning the Olympic Vault Silver Medal and making the "Not Impressed" Face.
Look Back at the Olympic Champions: Pre-Olympic Training
The 2012 Gold Medal Women's Olympic Team trained in London for over a week before taking the floor for competition. Here is a look back to the pre-olympic training and living in the Olympic Village from pictures taken by US Team Doctor Larry Nassar.
Maroney surprises a young fan with a phone call: Hi Katherine, this is McKayla!
On November 14, 2012, McKayla Maroney signed autographs at an AT&T store in Washington, DC. Mac, father of 11-year-old Level 7 gymnast, Katherine, arrived to get McKayla's autograph, while Katherine was at home sick. Much to Katherine's surprise, within seconds, McKayla Maroney was on the phone with the young gymnast, providing tips on her Yurchenko vault and inspiring Katherine to "always follow your dreams." In this video, see the full, spontaneous conversation and hear Mac's reaction to a phone call his daughter will never forget.
#Gymnamstyle: Gangnam Style Featuring Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, and Jordyn Wieber
Check out this Gangnam Style parody featuring the Fierce Five's Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, and Jordyn Weiber doing the dance all over North Carolina. Video: KScopeOnIce Original description: 2012 Olympic Champion gymnasts Gabrielle Douglas, Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber take North Carolina by storm with their new #Gymnamstyle, making stops at Carolinas HealthCare System's Levine Cancer Institute, a local bowling alley, Cheer Extreme Charlotte and North Carolina State University!
The 2012 Olympic Team Final From Kyla's Perspective
2012 Olympic Champion Kyla Ross of the USA gymnastics team reflects back on the Olympic Team Final which she and her teammates dominated, securing the first Olympic team gold medal since 1996. Ross delivered steady performances on both bars and beam to help Team USA to a five point victory over a strong Russian team. Ross reflects back on the Team Final and shares her future goals for gymnastics.
Gabby Douglas after Olympics: "I Went Down in History"
Gabby Douglas is an instant celebrity after winning two gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics. The morning after gymnastics concluded in London, Gabby reflected on her experience revealed which Team USA leotard was her favorite.