Thursday, January 13, 2011
This and That
Courtney McCool is all Micd Up. She might just deserve Julie Clark's paycheck.
Marlie are in fine form for Greensboro, but have made changes to their tango (the second piece of music in particular.) They miss the motivation of competition from Voir and welcome their return.
The latest cover of the New Yorker. Opening night for Spiderman is being postponed.
Gym Dog practice update. Jay sounds much more positive after a win under his belt and a snow day. Kat Ding is back doing bar dismounts and hopes to be competing shortly, which will be a huge boost to the team's energy and uneven bar total.
Rachael Flatt has decided to open up her unfortunate pedestrian skating to even more criticism by skating to a Kwan masterpiece: East of Eden. Because when you hear East of Eden, you think of Rachael Flatt.
Meet the Bruins: Gymnastics Edition Episode 1 (Featuring the one and only Allison Taylor. She is the only interesting thing about this video, for better or worse. To tell you the truth, I really couldn't give a crap what sport Mizuki Sato would play if she wasn't a gymnast.)
Miss Val is getting sick of those 9.7s in their lineup.
Ask The Bruins
The Hollywood Reporter reviewed RISE.
Highlights from Dorothy Hamill's Ultra-Expensive Fantasy Skating Camp:
Kari Pearce on the new Michigan podcast.
Grant Hochstein has been battling a stress reaction in his pelvic bone, but is still competing at Nationals. He may have hurt it jumping or spinning, but we can all come up with far more interesting theories pertaining to how this particular injury came about.
Highlights from the Crimson Tide's opening meet. Try to fight the urge to punch Jaq Shealy.
For those who know Japanese, there was a recent TV feature on Kohei Uchumura. It incorrectly labels his quad-double as a triple-double.
Danell Leyva intrasquad videos: