Eythora Thorsdottir & Tisha Volleman

… of the Netherlands talk about making history with their team at 2015 Worlds in Glasgow, qualifying the Netherlands to the Olympics games for the first time in 40 years in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics.

The Dutch have blown us all away with their fresh outlook on artistry and both Thorsdottir and Volleman talk about the emphasis on performance quality and entertainment value within the Dutch program.

Inside Look: Journey to the Games – Episode 3: Eythora Thorsdottir and Tisha Volleman

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NCAA Power Rankings Week 8

These are not any kind official rankings, but rather the stories, people, topics and/or events of interest from last week according to MCSMaria. 🙂

# 1 LSU at Florida – Florida’s home scoring benefits the visiting team, LSU

# 2 Oklahoma meet commentary by Kelly Garrison

# 3 OSU’s Maddie Gardiner

# 4 Epic Beam Saves

# 5 OSU’s Risa Perez

# 6 Denver’s Julia Ross

# 7 Push to the Post Season

NCAA Power Rankings Week 8

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Here are those epic Beam saves.

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Georgia upsets LSU

“We talked about gaining momentum and building on the win over Florida last week,” Georgia head coach Danna Durante said. “We wanted to put four complete events together where it was just consistent across the board. …

On bars, Brittany Rogers scored a season high 9.95 competing in the anchor spot. …

The Georgia-LSU meet will air on the SEC Network on Monday at 9 p.m. …

No. 11 Georgia edges No. 5 LSU

Brittany wanted to compete the DTY for the first time in College against Ashleigh Gnat’s DTY. 🙂

Ashleigh won the vault and floor titles with a 9.95 and 9.925, respectively, to increase her team lead to 11 individual titles this season.

related – Former Georgia coach Jay Clark where he wants to be at LSU

Eastern Michigan goes 196.6

These ladies have been killin’ it. Congratulations on making history. 🙂

The Eastern Michigan University women’s gymnastics team kept up their record-breaking ways today, Feb. 13, in a tri-meet win over Bowling Green and Southeast Missouri State. The Eagles were able to break into the 196’s for the first time in program history, finishing with a huge 196.6 to shatter the old record set Monday, Feb. 8, at Michigan.

“I’m obviously thrilled and extremely proud of the team,” remarked Head Coach Jay Santos. …

“We had a lot of great individual performances, but I think the highlight would have to be Natalie (Gervais) going 9.925 on beam with a gorgeous routine, and Lacey (Rubin) going right after her with a 9.9,” said Santos. …

EMU Eagles