Sandra Izbasa and Adi Pop working on perfecting the Eurotrash dance.
A translated interview with Komova about being a favorite at the Olympics and Team USA:
Gymnast Victoria Komova, world champion in 2011 in an exercise on the parallel bars, in an interview with "Soviet Sport" has admitted that the upcoming Olympics she does not want to speak or think,
- I do not like being called a favorite. I do not think a favorite. And Aliya Mustafina, for example, the same favorite, as I do. I am the way, really like that we train in the same room. When I see something that Alia's good at it, I 'looking for some ", I immediately want to go out and do, at least, not worse!
- Is it true that your main rivals in London will be the first American woman? What do you think of them?
- I like their mental toughness. They go on to the platform in the "impenetrable" mood, they do not sobesh. But too much I do not think about them. There is no hatred towards them I have not. I'd like to beat them, and we are quite capable. That they hate us. As they looked at us at the last world championships in Tokyo! About how to say hello when they met, there was no question, they deliberately did not talk with us. This is after our victory in Rotterdam. When they managed to beat us, they are relaxed and even came up at a banquet to congratulate you. With silver medals ...
Chen Yibing injured his knee in training. It is believed to be meniscus damage. Chen believes he can recover enough to compete in two weeks. Chen is the master of the rings. If anyone can take a dismount for gold, it is Chen.
A look at the Chinese Team. It looks like He Kexin did indeed get the fifth spot despite Lu Shanzhen's statement that it was undecided. Maybe she had a bad bars day and it was his inner Martha emerging?
A look at the Chinese Women's sendoff to Northern Ireland. What is truly most amazing is how Deng Linlin has not aged a day since Beijing. Middle School is usually a time of so much change.
The debut of Grant Hochstein's long program.
Sean Rabbitt, who is now being coached by Tammy Gambill, he actually defeated training partner and good friend Ricky Dornbush in the short program. Ginger Jackson is looking all grown up and madly in the sport. There is even a hint of heterosexuality, which makes him an absolute unicorn in the sport. His skating has certainly matured, as has his confidence.
I'm not one to post montages, but here is a lovely look of the choreography of Anastasia Grishina. NBC is going to butcher her last name during the Olympics. Just know it is not pronounced Grisheeeeeenuh.