Meet Glamour’s 2019 College Women of the Year
These 10 women aren’t asking for anyone’s permission to act, or leaving it up to someone else to change things. They’re taking charge—and we’re so thankful for it.
In addition to the Class of 2019 Inductees, the 2019 IGHOF International Order of Merit will be presented to Hardy Fink (Canada), the Director of Education & Academy Programs for the International Gymnastics Federation, for his 4 decades of leadership and service.
… the world’s most decorated gymnast towers over the competition.
After time away in 2017, the 21-year-old Biles returned to rule the sport again in ’18 with an unmatched mix of muscle and mettle. At the world championships in Doha, Qatar, in November, she set the record for career world titles among men and women, with 14, including four more gold medals—all while suffering from a painful kidney stone. An all-around champion, indeed.
SI – Fittest 50
Chris Korotky of Inside Gymnastics magazine was missing at Worlds Qatar.
Turns out he’s been hard at work on a NEW print and digital magazine launching March 2019.
This profile-oriented, lifestyle magazine features skateboarding, BMX, moto X, ninja sports, martial arts, surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking & more!
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At this point in time Simone thinks she’ll retire after the Tokyo Olympics.
Read the interview in Undefeated:
This was the year that the greatest gymnast of all time showed that not a damn thing will ever stand in her way
One woman spoke out, another listened. That helped put an end to the abuse that lasted for more than 20 years. Meet the survivors, detective, attorney, and judge who told the world: Believe women.
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That’s a great deal.
IG has been increasingly posting Spanish content in recent years. I was pleased to meet their translator in Doha.
In her fight to end sexual abuse, the Olympic champion is challenging the very institutions she led to glory.
I remain so impressed that it’s the athletes pushing this issue forward. Not USAG, not the American Medical Association, not the NCAA, not IOC. Not coaches.
Inside Gymnastics 50 Most Artistic issue.