Just when it would have been reasonable to be of the opinion that the most intricate and complex element of elite gymnastics was, (and not without a level of tragic irony given the circumstances), a world medal winning bar routine, this quad, and particularly its final twelve months have thrown unprecedented complexity at the…
At 2pm Monday 7th of June, British Gymnastics announced their team for the 2020ne Tokyo Olympic Games. A selection process like no other, following a year like no other meant that the ever rife speculation of who would make this team was even more heated and heightened than usual. Interrupted training due to global…
For the first time in a long time we have some training footage to enjoy from the GB squad athletes, they look well rested as they begin to build once more.
Talking about abuse in gymnastics.
In what will likely be one of my shortest posts ever, the government have just announced that indoor gyms may open in England from the 25th of July.
At posting, the majority of gyms remain under lockdown whilst the fight with COVID-19 continues. The gym doors across the UK remain firmly closed for all other than those on the Tokyo Olympic selection squad, as we wait for it to be safe to open them once more. As it is difficult just for now to look forward with any accuracy, I thought it might be nice to look back a little while we wait.
Yesterday we heard from the FIG, they announced several key decisions regarding Tokyo 2020, and plans for gymnastics in 2021 when they envision international competition resuming once more.
The weekly feature for those that don’t follow all of the social media accounts attached to the blog, or have missed the odd post. A look at the goings on over the last week in British WAG
The weekly feature for those that don’t follow all of the social media accounts attached the blog, or have missed the odd post. A look at the goings on over the last week in British WAG.
First of the AA World Cup events of the year, Jennifer Gadirova at the American Cup.