Moors, Gill, Dowling to Elite

Moors, who withdrew from Canada’s team at last year’s Commonwealth Games and hasn’t competed since winning the bronze all-around medal at the 2014 Canadian Championships in May, is one of 35 senior women listed on the meet’s athlete registration released by Gymnastics Canada this week. …

Victoria Moors Expected to Return to Competition at Elite Canada

See the complete list of Elite Canada competitors, MAG and WAG, registered via that link. There are some missing with injuries – 2014 Worlds team member Jordyn Pedersen :-( – for example, but fewer than usual I reckon.

Some of those on the registered list may not actually compete, of course, due to last minute injuries.


Other names on the list I’m looking forward to see returning include …

Jessica Dowling from Tori’s club, Dynamo. Coach Elvira Saadi.

Jessica Elvia

Sabrina Gill now at Manjak’s.

Good luck to ALL Elite Canada competitors. I’ll be posting highlights on this site.

Jan 29 – Feb 1st, 2015
Trois Rivieres, Quebec

Peng-Peng Peng-Peng

John Crumlish:

Canadian veteran gymnast Christine (Peng-Peng) Lee told IG that she is pacing herself in her recent return to competition for UCLA after a pre-Olympic knee injury kept her out of competition for two-and-a-half years.

“I’m not really putting pressure on myself to be perfect,” said Lee following Monday’s meet against the University of Arizona at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles. “There’s obviously a lot of things I can improve upon, and I think just trying to get back … “

Lee … was one of Canada’s top prospects for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. She finished 19th all-around at the 2011 world championships in Tokyo, and led Canada to a Games-winning team berth at the Olympic test event in London in January 2012.

In training at the Canadian championships in May 2012, Lee tore her left ACL. She served as honorary captain of the Canadian women’s gymnastics team at the London Olympics that summer, after which she enrolled at UCLA. …

Peng Peng Peng Peng

… she is not ruling out future international competitions including the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

“I have considered it,” she told IG. “I would love to go to 2016. Right now I’m focusing on the season, but after the season, it would be great to do another world championships or go to Rio. That’s definitely a long-term goal of mine, and I’ve kept it in the back of my head.”

read more – IG – Lee Finding Her Rhythm in Recent Comeback

We’re glad to have her back. :-)

Leave a comment if you recall who made that great photo montage of Christine on Beam.

“NoGripz” Dabritz – Bars

Try to find a deduction.

Thanks Mary.

Utah attendance = 14.873

Crushing it again this year.

Congratulations. This is what’s possible when Gymnastics is well marketed.

Panama competition highlights

Organizer Andres Llanos Gerardino was pleased with his annual competition this year. Hosted by his club No Limits in Panama City, the venue was Atlapa Convention Centre. Cash prizes were offered.

Gedderts were down once again. As well as many other strong teams.

Click PLAY or watch highlights on Facebook.

The climate is beautiful in January. If interested in attending yourself in future, here are details on the 2015 meet. (English PDF)

2 million points on Pommels

I have NO idea what this is about.

Someone please enlighten me. :-)

Update. These are characters from the TV show American Dad. Thanks Hutch.

Oklahoma vs LSU this weekend

The top two ranked teams battle it out this coming weekend at Metroplex. Must watch. :-)


1. Oklahoma 197.325
2. LSU 197.025

3. Florida 196.975
4. Michigan 196.808
5. Utah 196.767
6. Alabama 196.600
7. Nebraska 196.225
8. Arkansas 195.825
9. Penn State 195.750
10. Oregon State 195.713
11. Georgia 195.669
t12. Auburn 195.625
t12. Boise State 195.625
14. Illinois 195.608

This was the ranking prior to Monday night’s OSU vs Stanford meet. Both those teams moved up. Oregon to 8th. Stanford to 11th.