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2017 In Review: BRAZIL

In the post-Rio era, Brazil appeared in the early part of the year at the World Cup circuit with strong performances from Flavia Saraiva, Rebeca Andrade, and new senior Thais Fidelis. 470 more words

Daniele Hypolito

The Gymnastics World in... 2001!

On January 1st a new code enters in place and the scores become significantly lower, as in 2000 and before then gymnasts would get scores as high as 9.800 or 9.900 but starting in 2001 a 9.500 score was a high one. 291 more words

Elena Eremina

Looking Back At The 2001 World Championships in Ghent

It was the first time the three-up three-count format was contested at a Team Final. Romania won a happy gold, little did we knew then, it would be their… 346 more words

Svetlana Khorkina

Absent From Montréal: Who Will Miss the 2017 World Championships

Rebecca Downie (GBR) fell to her knees on her Geinger release at the 2017 Europeans uneven bars final. The fall was quite simple but when Rebecca didn’t get up it was clear an injury had happened and it turned out to be an elbow injury. 444 more words

Elissa Downie

10 Cool Facts From the 2017 Varna World Cup

1. Marina Nekrasova scored a zero on her second vault during the vault final. This was likely because she started the run for her second vault while the red light was still on. 244 more words

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Brazilians Dominate the 2017 Varna World Cup

The meet was dominated by the Brazilians who won all the gold medals. Rebecca Andrade showed an Amanar and on bars she had a Tkachev into Pak into Van Leeuwen combination while Daniele Hypolito was consistent with a high level of difficulty (6.1) on beam to take the gold and Thais Fidelis impressed  with a double arabian (out of bounds) and a triple twist to take the Floor Gold. 1,108 more words

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