GymCastic will be reviewing the new reality TV series. The overwhelming response is that viewers will be pleasantly impressed.
The series launches Wednesday, May 25 at 10/9c. But People magazine is streaming it now.
The first episode leads up to the 2015 P&G Championships.
Click PLAY or watch it on Facebook.
For the second weekend in a row I was up in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Despite being in one of the least populated areas in North America, this town of less than 40,000 people has a terrific Gymnastics Facility.
Prince Albert Aerials did an excellent job hosting an Artistic (WAG/MAG), Trampoline & Tumbling competition. Theme: Survivor. (Like the Reality T.V. show.)
Using the American J.O. rules for the first time really speeded up the judging. 🙂
… Beth had surgery to fuse fractured vertebrae in her neck …
“The early medical indications were positive as Beth was able to move her hands and feet, despite being in a lot of discomfort …
they took a piece of bone from her hip and used it to fuse the two vertebrae that were fractured, along with pinning them together …
Olympic gymnast is one of seven contestants to have been injured in Channel 4 ski-jumping reality show just two episodes in to its third series
“The Jump is now in its third series and since launch 46 celebrities have taken part successfully. Though it is a new course the events have been designed to be no more difficult than in previous years and all contributors have undertaken a rigorous training programme to prepare them for the show.
” All winter sports carry some element of risk but in light of the number of injuries this year, Channel 4 has asked the producers to review safety procedures again to further reduce the prospect of accident.”