Stanford, Michigan, Minnesota advance

I’m happy to see the Gophers compete one last time at home tomorrow in the Final.

Stanford 413.855
Michigan 411.455
Minnesota 404.623

Penn State 402.356
Iowa 401.120
Cal 392.055

Individual National Champions

AA: Anastasia Webb (OU) 39.7875

VT: Webb (OU), Bryant (LSU) 9.975
UB: Bordas (Cal), O’Keefe (Utah) 9.95
BB: Blanco (Alabama) 9.9625
FX: Webb (OU), Graber (Alabama), O’Keefe (Utah) 9.9625

Michigan and Florida advance

Michigan 197.8625
Florida 197.4275

Cal 197.3625
Minnesota 197.1875

Judging was dumb, as usual. Some feel Cal actually had the stronger day.

Any system that boxes scores as much as WAG NCAA is going to have controversial results.

Takeru 87.322 qualifications

Wow. What depth.

  1. Kitazono Takeru 87.332
  2. Miwa Teppei 86.598
  3. Kaya Kazuma 86.298
  4. Tanigawa Wataru 85.497
  5. Takeda Kazuyuki 85.365
  6. Maeno Fuya 85.132
  7. Hashimoto Daiki 84.833
  8. Sugino Takaaki 84.464
Takeru

Uchimura Kohei strengthens Tokyo 2020 specialist case


The two-time Olympic all-around champion once again topped the standings on the horizontal bar

Maggie & Kyla – College Coaches

An excellent interview.

Maggie:

I really didn’t know what to expect and how I would feel. But I think it’s such a great experience and I feel like I’m still a part of the team.

I’m really enjoying the experience and I feel like I have a different perspective than the coaches, because I just did gymnastics last year and so I feel like I can give different corrections and things like that. I just love still being a part of this sport in some way. …

Kyla:

I want to take this year and gain as much experience as I can to see if I potentially want to coach in the future, so I think just observing how the other coaches are interacting with the girls is something that I’ve tried to focus on a lot. …