Top 2020 NCAA Routines To Re-Watch
Mar 24, 2020
Missing NCAA gymnastics? We are too. Fortunately, there are dozens of exciting performances from this season that deserve a replay (or two!). From Lexy Ramler’s first 10.0 on balance beam to Nia Dennis’s Beyoncé-inspired floor routine debut, we’ve compiled a list of 10 routines to help you re-live the 2020 NCAA season right from your living room.
10 NCAA Gymnastics Seniors We're Really Going To Miss
Mar 22, 2020
With the NCAA season coming to an end no one predicted, many seniors won’t get a chance to receive the recognition they deserve at senior night, fight for one last national title, or get closure to end their gymnastics careers.
Best Routines: Elevate The Stage Birmingham
Mar 21, 2020
Elevate the Stage Birmingham was one of many sporting events around the world forced to cancel due to the coronavirus outbreak.
5 Gymnasts Who Impressed At The 2018 World Championships But Went Unnoticed
Nov 14, 2018
At major international meets like the World Championships, it's easy for medalists and gymnasts from top countries to be noticed. Those are the gymnasts who receive the most coverage and attention. However, there are several gymnasts that go relatively unnoticed despite having a good meet, especially those who compete only in qualifications. Here are five gymnasts who did well in Doha but were under the radar.
Simone Biles Leads D-Scores At 2018 Gymnastics World All-Around Final
Nov 8, 2018
Simone Biles won the 2018 women's all-around title at the 2018 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Doha, Qatar, despite mistakes on three events, hurting her execution scores. What helped her finish the meet on top even with two falls was her difficulty score, which leads the entire women's all-around field by nearly three points.
The Simone Biles Hype Is Real, But Don't Sleep On Morgan Hurd
Aug 31, 2018
Look, nobody’s going to blame you if you’re completely stuck in the chaotic hurricane of Simone Biles hype — there’s certainly enough to go around (and around and around). But the list of United States gymnasts is as deep as ever, and the reigning world champion goes by the name of Morgan Hurd. The First State Gymnastics product flew under the radar for the gold medal, as she was injured for most of the year and peaked right when Ragan Smith, arguably the favorite, had to drop out.