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  1. Here's The Top Routines You Missed at Metroplex

    Here's The Top Routines You Missed at Metroplex

    Feb 15, 2021

    This weekend Fort Worth hosted the Metroplex Challenge, a competition featuring not only some of the best college teams in the country, but over 200 top Level 10 gymnasts. 

  2. What To Watch For At 2021 Metroplex Challenge: Oklahoma, Iowa State, & More

    What To Watch For At 2021 Metroplex Challenge: Oklahoma, Iowa State, & More

    Feb 1, 2021

    After a sudden end to the 2020 season, prolonged time out of the gym due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and ongoing meet schedule speculation, college gymnastics for the 2021 season is underway.

  3. 10 Killer Songs That Would Make For Great Gymnastics Floor Music

    10 Killer Songs That Would Make For Great Gymnastics Floor Music

    Jan 25, 2021

    Of the four events in gymnastics, floor is always a crowd favorite. Of course it draws attention because of the exciting tumbling and fun choreography, but it’s also fun to hear the music that each athlete selects to compete to. There are so many songs I wish I’d hear more as floor music, but here are just ten of them. 

  4. UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals

    UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma & Denver Advance To 2019 NCAA Finals

    Apr 20, 2019

    After placing in the top two in their respective semifinals, UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma, and Denver have qualified to the first Four on the Floor NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championship final. In semifinal I, UCLA finished in first with a 197.6750, and LSU finished in second with a 197.5125. In semifinal II, Oklahoma won with a 197.8500 while Denver came in second with a 197.0375.

  5. Most Difficulty In The 2018 Super Six: Floor Edition

    Most Difficulty In The 2018 Super Six: Floor Edition

    May 22, 2018

    For the third installment in our series on the most difficulty in the 2018 NCAA Super Six, we're taking a look at floor exercise. Floor scores are calculated similarly to bars and beam scores: Gymnasts start from a 9.5 and add in difficulty value and connection value in order to get to a 10.0 start value. Gymnasts can add difficulty by performing "E" skills (worth 0.20) and "D" skills (worth 0.10). 

  6. Most Difficulty In The 2018 NCAA Super Six: Uneven Bars Edition

    Most Difficulty In The 2018 NCAA Super Six: Uneven Bars Edition

    May 11, 2018

    In NCAA gymnastics, execution is paramount to an athlete’s success on the floor, thanks in large part to the use of the 10.0 system. Gymnasts strive for perfection and look to minimize form deductions as much as possible, and difficulty often takes a back seat as a result.