I’m enjoying the series of captioned photos being regularly released by FLICKFLAPP.
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There are many, many talented American Juniors. You know some of them, but not all, will end up excellent Seniors. Much will depend on how each handles their own growth and development. Some of these kids will weight twice as much by the time they are age-15.
Christy spends a lot of time bringing us those. Do not crop or repost any of them without attribution.
Using her Facebook embed feature works on many sites. Including this one.
The long and the short of it in 2014.
Here it comes.
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Sports editors many times publish gymnast crotch shot photos. I consider that unethical.
But for Scotland’s Frank Banes, I’ll make an exception.
Lauren Hopkins posted a collection of social media pics from Commonwealth Games Teams. This one from Team Malaysia, for example.
Artistic Gymnasts compete half the apparatus Monday, the other half Tuesday.
The official photographer has posted some Camp pics on Facebook.
The Face of the Future
By Eileen Langsley (2014)
… a tribute to the new generation of young British Gymnasts who are following on from the London 2012 generation of seniors. With 84 pages and over 240 images and text supplied by the gymnasts and their coaches, this book is a must …
Preview 38 pages of the book.
Cost £6.99 – £34.18 depending on format.
Dave Demanty was an assistant and team photographer at Cal back in the day. He’s been uploading some of his old photos to Facebook. Here are some of the best in a tribute montage.
An affectionate look back at some of the scenes and personalities that made my stay at UC Berkeley during the mid-1970s so memorable. Focused on the non-performance dimensions of the men’s gymnastics team, and, in particular, the contribution of Dr. Harold Frey in maintaining high standards in the face of so many different personalities.
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
This image was taken at the Chinese National Gymnastics Training Centre in Beijing back in November 2009 …
… It only took about ten minutes and three takes and we were done. The girls were so accurate in terms of their timing when performing their moves, that the process of coordinating everyone and ensuring no one overlapped was amazingly straight-forward.
Pictured from left to right: Tan Sixin, Sui Lu, Wu Liufang, Chen Shihua, Huang Qiushuang and Huang Huidan. Photo Credit: Adam Pretty)