Saturday, June 23, 2012

This and That





Maria Kharenkova at the Olympic Hopes Event

Kwan advises Kim to follow her heart

Amanda Jetter retired from elite gymnastics yesterday and will spend her last year of high school preparing for collegiate gymnastics at the University of Alabama.

Talia Chiarelli withdrew from this weekend' Canadian Olympic Trials due to a stress fracture in her back that refuses to heal.

Brandon Mroz received credit for a Quad Loop that he fell on in the short at the Broadmoor Open.

Barbie Long edged out Polina Edmunds in the Jr. Ladies Short: 56.78-55.84.  Both landed a Triple Lutz+Triple Toe, Triple Flip and Double Axel.  Katia Shpilband competed but proved she needs to switch to dance.

Q+A with Rebecca Bross

Could Finnegan score a 16 on Beam?


Paul Ruggeri welcomes the lucky freshmen.

Johnny shops on Rodeo while he asks his fans for training money.


The magic duo.

Nastia's in Women's Health Magazine


Handsome Paul Ruggeri is a friend to the freshmen.



Kristian Ipsen and Troy Dumais qualified for the Olympics in 3M Springboard Synchro event.



Troy Makes History

Dumais and Ipsen Discuss Their Olympic Goals








Paul Ruggeri, on the verge of an Olympic Team after reconstructive surgery.


Randon Rebecca Bross (Anne is as blah as ever)



Steve Legendre, the Sasha Cohen of MAG, took Nastia Liukin to prom.

4 comments:

  1. wow at johnny weir shopping on Rodeo... i guess he needs another 10K handbag

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  2. Johnny did not ask training money from his fans--he tweeted about looking for possible sponsors. Different thing. Well before that tweet his FB fans had, however, come up with a plan to contribute to his training. If some fans wish to do that, it's their own business, but Johnny had nothing to do with it.

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  3. YUNA KIM IS BACK TO COMPETITION STARTING THIS SEASON! SHE MADE IT OFFICIAL TODAY.

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