Korea Cup results

Vault
🥇 Yeo Seo-jeong KOR 14.817
🥈 Oksana Chusovitina UZB 14.550
🥉 Alexa Moreno MEX 14.367

Bars
🥇 Lee Yun-seo KOR 14.067
🥈 Luo Huan CHN 13.300
🥉 Daria Belousova RUS 13.133

Beam
🥇 Luo Huan CHN 14.267
🥈 Yeo Seo-jeong KOR 13.800
🥉 Qian Xuejia CHN 13.533

Floor
🥇 Luo Huan CHN 13.233
🥈 Audrey Rousseau CAN 12.433
🥉 Giada Grisetti ITA 12.067

Floor
1. Nikita Nagornyy RUS 14.450
2. Kim Hansol KOR 14.050
3. Nicola Bartolini ITA 14.000

Pommel
1. Wang Junwen CHN 14.650
2. Sergei Eltsov RUS 14.100
3. Lee Junghyo KOR 13.950

Rings
1. Nikita Ignatyev RUS14.350
2. Nikita Nagornyy RUS14.250
3. Park Minsoo KOR14.000

Vault
1. Yang Hak Seon KOR 14.975
2. Igor Radivilov RUS 14.675
3. Kim Hansol KOR 14.550

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P Bars
1. Nikita Ignatyev RUS 14.200
2. Sergei Eltsov RUS 14.050
3. Bae Garam KOR 13.900

H Bar
1. Sergei Eltsov RUS 14.300
2. Bae Garam KOR 14.000
3. Nikita Ignatyev RUS 13.850

Full MAG results.

Brazil Championships results

AA:
1. Thaís Fidélis 51.966
2. Flávia Saraiva 51.899
3. Jade Barbosa 51.766

1. Lucas Bitencourt 81.000
2. Leonardo de Souza 79.500
3. Luís Porto 79.400

VT:
1. Isabelle Cruz 13.867
2. Letícia Costa 13.200
3. Thayse Silva 13.017

UB:
1. Lorrane Oliveira 13.467
2. Flávia Saraiva 13.000
3. Jade Barbosa 12.733

BB:
1. Flávia Saraiva 13.500
2. Lorrane Oliveira 13.067
3. Júlia Soares 12.867 (Jr)

FX:
1. Ana Luiza Lima 14.100 (Jr)
2. Jade Barbosa 13.733
3. Júlia Soares 13.467 (Jr)

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FX:
1. Arthur Zanetti 14.150
2. Tomás Florêncio 13.550
3. João Lucas Vieira 13.250

Ring man Zanetti ALSO won Floor and Vault.

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PH:
1. Francisco Barretto 14.150
2. Lucas Bitencourt 13.550
2. Gabriel Barbosa 13.550

SR:
1. Arthur Zanetti 15.050
2. Lucas Bitencourt 13.750
3. Leonardo de Souza 13.200

VT:
1. Arthur Zanetti 14.200
2. Luís Porto 14.175
3. João Lucas Vieira 14.025

PB:
1. Vinícius Machado 13.400
2. Felipe Ferreira 12.950
3. Luís Porto 12.800

HB:
1. Arthur Nory 14.400
2. Lucas Bitencourt 14.250
3. Felipe Ferreira 13.750

See more routine videos on the BrazilianMAG FAN YouTube channel.

Via @papaliukin.

Koper Challenge Cup finals = day 1

Vault
1. NEKRASOVA Marina AZE 14,475
2. BELAK Teja SLO 14,375
3. SANTI Franchesca CHI 14,000

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Bars
1. KOVACS Zsofia HUN 14,000
2. MADER Jasmin AUT 12,500
3. VARABYOVA Aliaksandra BLR 11,950

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WAG results.

Floor
1. GONZALEZ Tomas CHI 14,600
2. KARIMI Milad KAZ 14,600
3 BENOVIC Aurel CRO 14,200

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Pommels
1. MCCLENAGHAN Rhys IRL 15,450 !!!
2. AZIZOV Ilyas KAZ 13,950
3. MYAKININ Alexander ISR 13,850

15.45 is a personal best for Rhys. It’s time FIG MTC starts deducting for circles any less stretched.

Rings
1. SIMONOV Nikita AZE 14,450
2. ZAHRAN Ali EGY 14,350
3. MARESCA Salvatore ITA 14,200

Click PLAY or watch my man Ali on Facebook. Victorian looks pretty good.

MAG Results.

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Max Whitlock training tumbling FORM

See ladies. Some of the guys do care about form. 😀

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reducing Gymnastics leg injury

Dave Tilley:

Issues like stress fractures, ankle sprains, growth plate inflammation, ACL or meniscus tears, Achilles injuries, and overuse cartilage break down are seen throughout all levels of gymnastics. These injuries all have a common overlap in being “impact” based….

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On the upside, all that impact results in gymnasts having very dense bones.

On the downside, every coach needs to constantly assess the training plan to minimize the risk of traumatic and chronic injuries.

Dave has some advice.

1. Temporarily Reduce Workloads and Impact Volume

2. Diagnose and Get Medical Care Quickly

3. Be Patient

4. Manage Soft Tissue Daily (Manual Therapy and Stretching)

5. Use Ice Baths and Compression Nightly

6. Land Properly

7. Slowly Rebuild Knee and Ankle Joint Strength Following Injury

8. Slowly Rebuild Impact Volume Following Rehab

9. Correct Technical Issues (Steep Take off and Landing Short)

The other more obvious piece, although it’s shockingly not addressed, is that gymnasts simply need to stop landing short and destroying their ankles all the time. Mistakes obviously happen here and there, but the reality is that far too many gymnasts are being allowed to land very short on a daily basis. …

10. Build Leg Strength with Physical Preparation Programs

11. Track Growth

Click through for details and videos:

11 CRUCIAL WAYS TO COMBAT IMPACT KNEE AND ANKLE INJURIES IN GYMNASTICS