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Six seniors will be named finalists from this list of 18 gymnasts.
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Rachel somehow messed up her hurdle on a planned double layout … yet pulled off a double tuck.
I can’t recall seeing this before.
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It’s a safety thing.
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In 2000 the vault apparatus was changed from the long horse to the modern table due to injuries caused by the previous design. The FIG committee has now decided that the newer table is also too dangerous; this time because of the increased difficulty of the vaults performed. By adopting the mushroom as the new vaulting apparatus, it is ensured that gymnasts will not be able to reach such great heights due to the mushroom's low stature and general lack of stability. This change will limit the difficulty capable of being performed, and therefore reduce injuries in the sport. Follow @longhorsenews for more relevant gymnastics updates.
Eddie Van Hoof has been dismissed today from his role as men’s Head National Coach at British Gymnastics.
Eddie was suspended from his role on 29th November 2017, pending investigation. During the process, it became clear that there are irreconcilable differences between Eddie and British Gymnastics regarding the leadership, conduct and culture of elite coaching for our sport.
… We thank Eddie for his contribution to British Gymnastics and wish him every success in the future.
- Zach Clay (Chilliwack, BC)
- Rene Cournoyer (Repentigny, QC)
- Scott Morgan (Vancouver, BC)
- Cory Paterson (Montreal, QC)
- Jackson Payne (Calgary, AB)
- Ellie Black (Halifax, NS)
- Shallon Olsen (Surrey, BC)
- Isabela Onyshko (Brandon, MB)
- Brittany Rogers (Calgary, AB)
- Rose Kaying Woo (Brossard, QC)
- Sophie Crane (Toronto, ON)
- Katherine Uchida (Toronto, ON)
- Carmen Whelan (Aurora, ON)
Brooklyn Moors is focused on American Cup.
Brent and his family run International Gymnastics Camp, a sponsor of this site.
At the 2017 USA Gymnastics Congress IGC set up this display.
Now in February 2018, Brent talks about the reaction their display got last August. Particularly comments from USAG staff and Board members.