Ashleigh Gnat – Floor

LSU has a GREAT Floor line-up.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Mackenzie Parker – Floor

Canada Winter Games Finals. BIG tumbling.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Mackenzie is looking to compete in the NCAA.

Simone Biles – 6.8 FX routine

sporteverywhere edited together a very realistic upgraded routine.

It starts at 16.8 if you credit the double layout 1/1-out as an H-part.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

I’m keen to see what Biles and Skinner compete on Floor at American Cup. It’s a good time to try upgrades.

Megan Roberts – Beam & Floor

Megan is the current Elite Canada Jr Champion, age eligible for the Olympic Test meet in 2016.

Click PLAY or watch her Canada Winter Games Finals Beam on Vimeo. (Silver)

Click PLAY or watch her CWGs FX Final on Vimeo. (Gold)

who’s competed Randi (Cojocar) on FX?

UPDATE: gymbot points out that the good ladies of the FIG fixed one of their many naming mistakes in the Code of Points.

If you check the current edition you’ll see the Salto fwd stretched with 2 1/2 twist (900°) is now named for Sabina Cojocar ROU from Worlds 2001 Ghent (BEL).

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Montage of all the gymnasts who have competed the … (2.5 twisting front) on floor in chronological order (to the best of my knowledge). People seem to cheat this skill …

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. (as of 2010)

(via Pushy Queen)

Carlotta Ferlito – Floor

Increasingly I’m liking routines with only 3 tumbling passes. Like this one.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

(via gymnasts391)

Bri Guy back from double Achilles

… Guy tore the Achilles tendons in both heels on Valentine’s Day last year. She was in the middle of a double layout half, a key element in her floor exercise routine. …

“They both decided to pop,” Guy said. “I thought I hit a dead spot on the floor


Auburn gymnast Bri Guy inspires Tigers with incredible recovery from two torn Achilles tendons

related – Bri Guy’s will trumps double Achilles injury at Auburn

She’s been competing Vault, Beam and Bars in a good season, so far, for Auburn.

(via Jeff Graba)