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February 9th, 2013 | floor (men), Gymnastics
Prelims Winter Cup.
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He’s got nice line, feet, and decent rhythm. Why are his shorts 2 sizes too big?
His shorts are fine
The shorts aren’t too big they are just cut funny. I remember Justin Spring mentioning once that they could do a better job with men’s uniforms. I always wondered what he had in mind.
Of course they could do a better job with the uniforms. Nothing keeps boys out of a sport more than leotards!
Gotta love it….an almost complete unknown comes out and beats Dalton’s FX score (he did that in Finals), and finishes ahead of the Olympic Bronze medalist in the AA …and the main topic is his fashion.
If people think MAG shorts are baggy, check out the NBA and March Madness.
Based on the multiple millions of fans and $ men’s basketball rakes in, the most logical conclusion is ADLA needs to lobby for even longer shorts.
Maybe they could try wearing gridiron pants and see if that helps the popularity
Some people would like that. Those football pants are tight.
Seriously, who watches a sport because of the uniforms? What is more popular in the US – Track and Field (where the sprinters wear spandex so tight you can tell their religion) , or NASCAR ( where the packages are hidden inside cars)? At least DLA isn’t hiding his junk in a car.
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