looking forward to College Gymnastics

LSU will again be one of the most exciting teams.

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So my time as an Elite Gymnast has come to an end. I will never forget all the experiences I've had since i first started competing for Great Britain in 2010. I've grown more as a person than I ever thought I would and have made friendships that will last a lifetime. Traveling the world has been something I've loved but being able to share these experiences with my team mates has been unforgettable. Every single person who has impacted my elite career has been influential to me in some way because of their sheer determination and love for the sport. I'm looking forward to starting a new chapter of my life in college gymnastics but leaving what I know behind will be hard. Special thank you to all the girls in GB squad. You've helped make the tough times manageable and the great times unforgettable

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D-D Breaux, the school’s longtime gymnastics coach, is getting a 23 percent bump in pay to $240,000 and a two-year contract extension

Breaux is receiving a $45,000 raise from her previous salary of $195,000 — a boost that follows the program’s best finish at the national championships in April when it took second behind Oklahoma.

Breaux, a Donaldsonville native, is entering her 40th season leading the gymnastics program. …

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(via College Gymnastics Board)

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