The breakout rookie star is 2019 NCAA AA Champion. People are already talking about him qualifying for the U.S. Worlds team for Stuttgart.
Here’s his winning H Bar routine to seal the Stanford victory over Oklahoma.
Click PLAY or watch it on Twitter.
I tried to watch women’s Championships on ESPN.
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, WatchESPN, ESPN+ … ??
It’s very confusing. 🤔
I really enjoy Kathy Johnson’s coverage, however.
Hopefully ESPN will continue to grow their College Gymnastics coverage — especially by adding the quarter (Regional) qualifiers.
Despite not having a team behind her, Lexy tied Kyla in the AA. Many at Championships (who don’t follow Minnesota) finally learned what all the hype was about.
Click PLAY or watch her Vault on YouTube.
Click PLAY or watch her Bars on YouTube.
Click PLAY or watch her Beam on YouTube.
Click PLAY or watch her Floor on YouTube.
Lexy and repeat Champion Maggie Nichols are both from Minnesota.
Click PLAY or watch highlights on Twitter.
Kaitlyn Schou hit all 158 routines she competed for Denver.
What a legacy!
Skinner’s record is 161 routines in series without a fall.
4 consecutive national team titles. 121 straight victories — the third-longest winning streak in NCAA history for all sports.
The Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team’s historic run came to a close on Saturday night inside the State Farm Center in Champaign, Ill. The Sooners were narrowly edged in the team finals by the Stanford Cardinal, 415.222-414.556. …
“It was an amazing run,” said OU head coach Mark Williams. “It’s hard to have a streak of victories over such a long period of time and we were a little off tonight.” …
What an accomplishment. What a season.
Some guy finished 21,463rd place in a Marathon. In my opinion, that’s not billboard worthy. Perhaps he should have those shoes gilded instead. 😀
related – D-D Breaux salary bonus is an additional $110,000