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Women’s NCCP 2 & 3 certified coaches needed at Manjak’s Gymnastics. The new club is booming.
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GymnasticsVille has a new feature where they are counting down the top 64 Olympians all time.
The first instalment:
64. Alexander Naddour
63. Phoebe Mills
62. Peter Kormann
61. Jair Lynch
60. Kai Wen Tan
59. Joesph Hagerty
58. Elise Ray
57. Alexander Artemov
56. Kristen Maloney
55. Tasha Schwirret Warren
54. Justin Spring
53. Raj Bhavsar
52. Jamie Dantzscher
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Schwikert Warren helped the U.S. women win a bronze medal at the 2000 Olympic Games. At the 2001 World Gymnastics Championships she won a team gold medal. Schwikert Warren is a two-time U.S. senior national all-around champion and a two-time NCAA all-around national champion.
See more videos – #GymnastRank USA Olympians Nos. 52-64
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On OlympicChannel.com. (2hrs)
Everyone is excited the fan favourite ended up being selected as second AA for Montreal. Many are disappointed for those not chosen this time, especially for Jordan Chiles the alternate, who will not travel to Montreal.
Lauren posted the best analysis I’ve seen so far – U.S. Worlds Team Offers Surprises and Controversy
For those betting on Worlds podium.
15.275 – Anastasia Ilyankova: Russian Cup
15.050 – Riley McCusker: Jesolo
14.975 – Elena Eremina: Russian Cup
14.933 – Fan Yilin: Chinese National Games
14.900 – Nina Derwael: Paris Challenge Cup
14.900 – Georgia-Mae Fenton: British Championships
14.850 – Elena Eremina: Jesolo
14.850 – Giogia Villa: Italian Serie A
14.825 – Angelina Melnikova: Russian Cup
14.750 – Ashton Locklear: Jesolo
14.750 – Elena Eremina: Jesolo
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