Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The Men's Post
Link to Complete Coverage (For those who can't access Universal Sports)
Did the US deserve silver? Kohei Uchimura (legend that he is) did not have his best routine, yet received just the score he needed for Japan to finish ahead of the US. I guess when you're Kohei Uchimura, you've earned the benefit of the doubt every once in a while.
Highlights and Interviews after the jump!
The Gold Medalists
The Silver Medalists
The Bronze Medalists
Posted by OlympicEffect at 2:59 PM
Labels: 2011 Worlds, Alex Naddour, Chen Yibing, Danell Leyva, Feng Zhe, Jake Dalton, John Orozco, Jonathan Horton, Kohei Uchimura, Philipp Boy, Steve Legendre, Teng Haibin, Zhang Chenglong, Zou Kai
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I think they call it home field advantage in other sports.ReplyDelete
Horton will probably kick himself forReplyDelete
messing up his vault, but for me the
big take-aways are that the US men are
definitely in the fight for a medal
in London, that the Chinese did not
show themselves to be nearly as dominant
as before, and that hitting will be
the key (vide Russia here).
The US ended up being the only country
to put both its teams on the medal stand.
Not what I would have predicted.
@Anonymous 8:45 amReplyDelete
What are you smoking? China put both teams on the medal stand.
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