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Checkout Jumptwist Star: Samantha Hodge!

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11/20/2015 Meet our newest featured gymnast, Samantha Hodge. She is level 8 and trains at Armory Athletics Montgomery in Alabama. Her latest competition was at the Blue Grey Meet in Montgomery, Al where she competed with her new Jumptwist Music! Checkout the video of her routine here: Way to Go Samantha!  Floor Music: Stars Align Read More »

Artistic Gymnastics World Championships | Recap 2015

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The Artistic Gymnastics World Championships was Exciting to say the Least! After the Qualifying competition came the Women’s Team Finals. Here are the TOP 5 Teams: With the US holding a 5.174 lead, things are looking great for the Olympic Year Coming Up Then it was time for the Women’s All Around Finals. The US had Simone Biles and Gabby Douglas aiming for the top places. It was unfortunate that Aly Raisman did not qualify, nor was Maggie Nichols entered in the All Around; however, Martha Karolyi had a plan. Here are the TOP 5 ALL AROUND GYMNASTS IN THE WORLD 2015: With Simone Biles in 1st place, she sets a record for winning 3 consecutive all around titles at a World Championships! Gabby Douglas, in the 2nd place spot, shows great potential with the Olympics less than a year away. Douglas says in an interview with USA Gymnastics that “the week was amazing” and she is “looking forward to upgrading her skills”. We can’t wait to see what’s next for her! Now lets look at the Event Finals: Vault has Russia’s Maria Paeska in the lead with a 15.666. Where is Mykayla Maroney when you need her? Bars had such a crazy score[…]

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Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Qualifications Recap | Glasgow 2015

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With Day 2 of the Qualifications wrapped up, the US has the top two All Around Gymnasts Simone Biles and Gabrielle Douglas. In 3rd place, Elsabeth Black of Canada, wasn’t far behind Gabrielle Douglas. Simone Biles Wins the All Around with a 4.082 lead… It is crazy to think that she could have fallen on every event and possibly still won the competition. So far, Biles is on her way to her Third Consecutive All Around World Title. As long as she stays healthy and focused, she will definitely defend it. Gabby Douglas is #2! It is inspiring to see Gabby Douglas’s comeback unfold. It is almost as if she has her training narrowed down to a science as she progressively climbs the all-around ladder. She went from 5th place in the US (at the P & G Championships in August) to placing 2nd in the world. The best part is that this was not her best competition and she still isn’t competing the full difficulty that she is capable of. She had a really clean floor routine, and a pretty solid vault. She fell on her standing full on beam which is very rare. It almost looked as though her feet didn’t touch the beam. If she can upgrade[…]

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