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Floor – who do you love?

NCAA Final 2014.

Click PLAY or watch Haley Scaman on YouTube. 9.950 (T-2nd)

Click PLAY or watch Joanna Sampson on YouTube. 9.950 (T-2nd) Last year’s FX Champion.

Click PLAY or watch Katherine Grable on YouTube. 9.9625 (1st)

Not much debate on this one. Grable definitely was the most popular routine.

Razorback Gymnast Katherine Grable Makes History; Takes Titles

Though done with College gym, I’ve heard Katherine is considering a try at elite. She’s certainly ripped enough. :-)

NCAA Apparatus Finals Champions

Vault
Grable and Courville

Bars
Sloan

Beam
Spears

Floor
Grable

Scott Bregman via email:

The University of Arkansas’ Katherine Grable grabbed two titles today at the 2014 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships at the Birmingham (Ala.) Convention Complex Arena. Grable and Louisiana State University’s Rheagan Courville tied for the vault title, while 2008 Olympic silver medalist Bridget Sloan of the University of Florida won the uneven bars title. The University of Oklahoma’s Taylor Spears took top honors on the balance beam. Grable also won the floor title.

The routine of the night was Kat Grable’s FX. I don’t see it on YouTube yet. Here’s the set from Friday night.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

The winning Floor MUST be entertaining. This routine is. … Unfortunately it’s difficult to assess entertainment value on YouTube. You had to be there in person. :-)

related – Balance Beam Situation – Event Finals Live Blog

Joanna Sampson leads the AA

Joanna Joanna Sampson 39.550
Rheagan Courville 39.525
Nicole Artz 39.375

full results

Senior Joanna Sampson (Willow Grove, Pa./Upper Moreland) had the highest all-around score of any competitor in the afternoon session (39.550) and advanced to Individual Event Finals on Sunday (April 20) on uneven bars and floor exercise. …

Maize & Blue Finishes Fifth in First Session at NCAAs

Joanna, Michigan Captain, is the defending NCAA FX champion.

Her team, sadly, had to count a fall on Beam. :-(

Super 6: Oklahoma, Georgia, LSU

The best 3 teams moved on. No controversy.

NCAA Semifinal 1

Oklahoma 197.5
Georgia 197.3
LSU 197.1

Stanford 196.6
Michigan 196.425
Illini 195.80

9.95 FX for Haley Scaman

9.95 FX for Haley Scaman – HUGE double layout

I’m still liking LSU in the Team Final. :-)

Flavia Saraiva – Floor

6. The ridiculously talented and delightful young Brazilian, Flavia Saraiva Floor. This has Omelianchik-like style and charisma for such a young one.

14.100 (5.500 + 8.600)

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

That’s suddenly my favourite Jr Floor in the world. :-)

Flavia Saraiva (Brazil) won the AA at the 2014 Junior Pan American Championships. Though tiny, she will become a Senior in 2015.

related – 7. Saraiva’s team mate and polar opposite, the powerful, phenomenal Rebeca Andrade on floor at junior Pan Ams. VIDEO

(via Brigid McCarthy – 18 Videos from the Gymnastics Weekend)

this IS tumbling

The critical drill for strong back tumbling. As Iarov told us in 1994, the rest is “trampoline”.
 

triple twist STICK

I like Sam’s better.

Elizabeth Price wins Floor

1. Elizabeth Price USA 14.95
2. Kyla Ross USA 14.5
3. Aleeza Yu CAN 13.975

This double double could easily soon be a Moors. :-)

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

Ebee was the star of Pac Rims 2014.

The Lloimincia Hall Takeover

Very cool. A collection of selected tweets tell the story of Mincie’s blow up in the popular media.

Kelsey @kwinge3 Wingert:

It took one routine to turn Lloimincia Hall into a viral sensation. And to make it even better for LSU fans, it was her perfect 10 routine against rival Alabama.

The Lloimincia Hall Takeover

CATHERINE LYONS – Floor

Love the flexibility and complex choreography.

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GBR Gymnastics || Truly Great

A pretty choreography montage.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

(via @ArabianPF)

Ebee Price – Floor

Pacific Rim 2014

Elizabeth Price won the senior all-around competition with a big 59.9, … She also had the top score on vault with a 15.7, bars with a 15.0, and floor with a 15.1. She qualified to event finals on every event.

Watch the post meet interview with Gymnastike.

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Flávia Saraiva – Floor

Great potential for Rio. :-)

Brazilian newcomer Flavia Saraiva won the all-around title over teammate Rebeca Andrade and Canada’s Rose-Kaying Woo. Saraiva, who turns 15 on Sept. 30, had the top scores on balance beam and floor exercise. …

IG – Saraiva, Stretch Strike Gold in Aracaju

Click PLAY or watch her Floor on YouTube.

1st Place 14.100 (5.500-8.600)

via GymFever