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Which Super 6 Team Will Be Taking Home The NCAA Championship Crown?

Which Super 6 Team Will Be Taking Home The NCAA Championship Crown?

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Nassar Gag Order Challenged by Allegedly Abused Gymnasts

Nassar Gag Order Challenged by Allegedly Abused Gymnasts

Gymnastics News Network By Terri Laymon On March 29, 2017, State of Michigan Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie E. Aquilina in People v. Lawrence Gerard Nassar, Ingham County Circuit Court Case No. 17-143-FC issued a “gag order” silencing Rachael Denhollander, Lindsey Lemke, Jamie Dantzscher, and more than 80 alleged victims of sexual abuse by Lawrence Gerard Nassar in various civil ...

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Understand and Combatting the Elbow Injury in Gymnastics (Part 2)

Understand and Combatting the Elbow Injury in Gymnastics (Part 2)

Gymnastics News Network After publishing Part 1 of this article series last week, I was completely blown away to see the response it got. Along with making it’s way around to thousands of people on social media, I also got quite a few emails asking questions about elbow issues and OCD injuries in gymnastics. I’m really happy that people enjoyed the information, ...

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Who do you think will be the next USAG President?

Who do you think will be the next USAG President?

Gymnastics News Network By Terri Laymon CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THE HEADLINES GNN #gnn #loveoursport #gymnastslivehere  

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Do Gymnastics To Make Yourself Happy – Not Someone Else!

Do Gymnastics To Make Yourself Happy – Not Someone Else!

Gymnastics News Network By Stefany Bryan I’m about to stand on my make-shift soap box for a quick second to tell you something important about gymnastics. After almost 20 years of being a gymnast, I didn’t really learn this lesson until about a year ago. But this is the secret to happiness; self-fulfillment. Getting out of the monotonous spiral of going ...

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Meet Pittsburgh Panther Gymnastics Team’s Newest & Smallest Gymnast

Meet Pittsburgh Panther Gymnastics Team’s Newest & Smallest Gymnast

Gymnastics News Network By Terri Laymon   This has got to be one of the most heart-warming stories I have heard about in quite a long time. In this day of scandal and abuse that has run amuck throughout the gymnastics community, it is refreshing and just down-right spectacular that goodness and kindness are still prevalent. The Pittsburgh Panthers Gymnastics ...

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Understanding and Combatting the Elbow Injury Epidemic In Gymnastics (Part 1)

Understanding and Combatting the Elbow Injury Epidemic In Gymnastics (Part 1)

Gymnastics News Network Over the last few years of treating a large amount of gymnastics patients, elbow injuries have consistently ranked in the top five most common issues athletes come in with. A few of them have been more traumatic, accident based problems (fell onto an outstretched arm, accidentally peeled off bars, etc). These injuries are usually elbow fractures, dislocations, or ...

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That Perfect Landing Leaves A Lasting Impression On Judges

That Perfect Landing Leaves A Lasting Impression On Judges

Gymnastics News Network By Terri Laymon Regional Competition, from Excel through Level 10 and even those competing at the collegiate level, for everyone is just around the corner! The extremely brief period of time between the state competition or conference championships is the time for refining and perfecting those gorgeous routines that enabled you to advance to the Regional level. ...

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Gymnastic Judges Just Need To Judge Each Routine Equally

Gymnastic Judges Just Need To Judge Each Routine Equally

Gymnastics News Network By: Mr. P.R. Fectten*  What a beautiful routine!  Perfect form, legs “glued” together, toes pointed, with just a little hop on the landing!  Should easily be a 9.9! That was her best routine EVER!  9.750…what?  What just happened? If you are the parent of a collegiate gymnast or a gymnast yourself, this is unfortunately a common occurrence ...

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USAG & Lawyers Face Off Over Safety & Solvency

USAG & Lawyers Face Off Over Safety & Solvency

Gymnastics News Network By Terri Laymon Although we look to the elite gymnasts as the pinnacle and icons of gymnastics, there are thousands of participants in this sport at the recreational, local, regional and school levels.  The recent criminal and legal issues USA Gymnastics (USAG) faces raises the question … Where do we all go from here? Parents want to ...

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