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Saying Goodbye to Kyla Ross

I started writing this but kept procrastinating and putting it off. Somehow, me not writing my goodbye will mean she never left. Right?

If you haven’t heard, it was yesterday afternoon that… 2,282 more words

United States

Why we will all miss Kyla Ross

Kyla Ross officially announced her retirement from elite gymnastics on February 22, 2016 on social media cites such as Twitter and through USA Gymnastics, creating a ripple in the gymnastics community. 1,247 more words

2012 Olympics

Thank you, Kyla

There I was, sitting at home, minding my own business, not studying for the midterm I have tomorrow, checking twitter, when I’m hit with the news that Kyla Ross, aka silver princess, aka queen of consistency (2015 never happened), aka that girl who’s been running shit at USA gymnastics since she was literally 2 years old, retired from elite gymnastics today. 550 more words

Elite

Saying goodbye to Kyla Ross

As everyone probably already knows by now, world and Olympic champion Kyla Ross announced her retirement today. The news were certainly unexpected and I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that it’s hard to imagine USA gymnastics without her at this point. 1,181 more words

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Kyla Ross retires from international gymnastics

Kyla Ross, the youngest member of the 2012 U.S. Olympic champion team, has retired from elite gymnastics.

Ross reportedly mulled the decision for months and came to a conclusion after a January national team camp. 515 more words

Olympics

11 gymnasts you should not count out

1. Vanessa Ferrari, Italy

It’s been almost a decade since Vanessa Ferrari wrote history by becoming Italy’s first world All Around champion and the 25-years-old is still one of her country’s absolute best gymnasts. 5,056 more words

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Kyla Ross will miss World Gymnastics Championships

Olympic team champion Kyla Ross will miss next week’s U.S. gymnastics national team camp, removing herself from consideration to be selected for the World Championships later this month. 200 more words

Olympics