Canadian High Performance Seniors

28 athletes as of Feb 26, 2015

1. E. Black
2. C. Carvalho
3. M. Chant
4. S. Gill
5. V. Moors
6. S. Olsen
7. I. Onyshko
8. J. Pedersen
9. K. Peterman
10. A. Rousseau
11. S. Townsend
12. R. Woo
13. V. Woo
14. A. Yu

TOP 6 BORN IN ’99 IF TOP 14 AA (4)
15. S. Soloski
16. L. Demers
17. A. Diallutto-Perez
18. M. Bastien

19. M. Copiak
20. H. Cyrenne

21. G. Douglas
22. C. Lee
23. E. Dumont
24. B. Rogers

25. M-J. Fortier
26. S. Laird
27. M. Lebeau
28. C. Wright

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Quite a bit of depth. I’m looking forward to seeing who ends up competing for Canada at Worlds 2015.

We’re hoping Heaven Latimer continues her comeback. She’s not competed the AA for some time.

Charlie Wright
Charlie Wright

“Up, Up Stations” for Vault

Doug Davis:

… The drills demonstrated in the video below will be useful for tumblers at most any level, and are very worthwhile for vaulters that hope to achieve higher levels. Start early tumblers moving skills up onto safe, soft surfaces (pit pillows, bear mats), from the beginning to build confidence. Work up toward higher and higher stations involving more rebound and correct shaping. …

Tumbl Talk: Tumbling Becomes Vaulting

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Sam Peszek – 9.95 Vault

I think we can call this a STICK. :-)

Click PLAY or watch it on Snappy.

layout Bretschneider?

Watch through to the end to see it connected.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

via @theliukin

LSU 197.350 – 197.225 Alabama

Alabama was seeking its 50th straight home win, but the Tigers halted the streak behind solid routines throughout the meet. Before tonight the last time Alabama lost at home was Feb. 13, 2009 when LSU won …

Gymnastics Beats Alabama; Undefeated in SEC


Oklahoma 457.300 – another new record


When the Sooners broke the record Feb 14th against Michigan, some felt it was just one of those nights when everything went right. That College judges got a little excited in the moment.

But to do it AGAIN Feb 27th. …

It’s nearly impossible for so many guys to hit so many routines so well, two meets in series.

And the first record night had a 6-up/5-count lineup format. This time it was 5-up/5-count!

The top-ranked Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team rewrote history, again, as it topped its own NCAA record on Saturday in a showdown between the nation’s top two teams, defeating No. 2 Illinois 457.300 to 434.200 …

The Sooners were stellar across all events on the night, recording 24 scores of 15 or higher …

NCAA Record Falls for Second Straight Meet

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Oyama sticks the landing on vault for a 15.6! #Sooners lead No. 2 Illinois after four events 305.850-291.950!

A video posted by Oklahoma Men's Gymnastics (@ou_mgymnastics) on


Men’s NCAA Championships goes April 9-11th in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma women had an OK night too. 197.875 away at Illinois. :-)

via @theliukin @StickItMedia @GymCastic @OnoNoKomachi1

gymnastics bar grips – finger wedgies

What are they?

This photo was posted by bogwoppit on the Chalk Bucket forum.

bogwoppit explains:

They make the finger holes of your grips smaller. I managed to get some from the UK, where they call them wedgies!

Order from in Europe.

1039Ginnasta USA sells something similar. Cheap. $3 per package of 8.

Without them, kids simply stuff foam into the finger holes to fill the gap. Messy and inconsistent.

Leave a comment if you know of anyone else selling something like this.