Tag Archives: gymnastics

Things I have learned at the 2014 Worlds (1)

#1 – The fighting spirit of the Romanian team, no matter what happens. I think we already should have learned this, but its never too late, right? Never, but never count Romania out in a competition. After the nightmare they

#VintaGymnastics – Anca Grigoras

(c) UEG.org The current WAG technical director in the Romanian Gymnastics Federation, Anca Grigoras, was renowned for her long lines, grace and beam presentation. So, for your eyes only, enjoy two of the most vintage-est beam routines: Resources: wiki page

#VintaGymnastics – Ludmilla Tourischeva

She was fierce. She was force. She was talent. She was determination. She was imperial. Proof? She and Yelena Shushunova are the only two gymnasts to have won the Grand Slam of all-around titles: Olympics, World Championships, World Cup and

#VintaGymnastics – European Championships a la vintage

With only a few days until a new edition of European Gymnastics Championships, it’s only natural to take a trip down the memory. 1977 European Championships, Uneven Bars Final with a ¬†Medal ceremony for Elena Mukhina, Nadia Comaneci and Steffi

#VintaGymnastics – Nadia Comaneci

I must confess, I was deferring this article for a while… I mean, we gymnastics aficionados have so many favorite gymnasts from all decades and countries. We could be in awe and discuss indefinitely the perfect handstand, pointed toes, choreography,

2014 WAG European Championships – Guide of the competition

The capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, will be organizing the 30th European Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Championships from May 12th to 18th, 2014.¬† A total of 288 female gymnasts (juniors and seniors), representing 37 European countries, will compete in these Championships for