|"How many what?"|
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|"How many what?"|
"I have a business advice coaches from all clubs in the region of Emilia Romagna. Whenever I go there I will ask will be a regular shift, I will not stay there," he said. Moreover, it will run in parallel and activity Farul Constanţa Sports Club coach.
""I will start again in Constanta with the selection of kindergartens, schools, preparation, there are things we've done so many times," he explains. This is the second international experience technician in Constanta, which ten years ago has led to a period of three months in Bangladesh.
|(From British Gymnastics)|
|Yes, that's right. We live to see the finger guns another day!|
Anna asked me directly to let all of her fans know that she DOES NOT PLAN ON RETIRING. When Anna does retire, she intends to let her fans know directly right through this website. Until we report her retirement, then it's not official from Anna Pavlova.
Well, you could have knocked me over with a feather when I saw Amelia Racea is reserve!!! Is she hurt? Did her balk in Ghent have something to do with it? Surely not- not compared to Haidu's many freak-outs this year?
|Back in the day when the press could talk to them!|
With officials aiming to tighten security as Sunday's opening ceremony approaches, Australia's gymnastics team was strangely denied a chance to speak to the press after touching down at Delhi's Indira Gandhi airport late on Monday.
Despite having waited almost three hours for a delayed flight to speak to gold medal hope Lauren Mitchell, Australian media people were told by police shortly before the arrival they would not be able to ask any questions.
"You will not speak to them, you will never speak to them," one inspector told bemused reporters.
Despite the protests of Australian officials, the gymnasts were ordered straight to their waiting bus and were allowed only to wave and smile at the cameras.
Apparently it's not just the gymnasts, but all the athletes who are being kept under wraps. But boo. I wanted to know who slept through the whole trip and who kept asking for more peanuts!
This is great news for Stefani and for Greece, who need some seniors to lead them. Over the years Stefani has won several World Cup medals and was Greece's first Europeans Gymnastics Championships medalist, when she took bronze on beam- her pet event- in 2007 at home.
|Further proof that Sacramone is no sheep- and she don't want their wool either.|
|Ana Porgras- Prosport|
Aliya MustafinaAnna DementievaEkaterina KurbatovaAnna MyzdrikovaTatiana NabievaKsenia AfanasyevaKsenia Semenova
|"Hey Tweds, I heard Jenni Pinches has decided to retire and|
become a go go dancer. How does her mother feel
Poor Beth. If Marissa King sprains an ankle, they'll probably ring Beth to ask how she is! Glad to hear the girls are off to India, though, and not freaking out.She said: "As an individual, it's really disappointing that I'm not going to the Commonwealth Games but it's great we've got the strength to be able to send teams to both competitions."I know the girls are still 100% focused on going and they're really excited about it. I don't think they have seen a lot of what's been on the news and they have just got their kit so they're so excited."At the end of the day you have to trust the Team England management and they're not going to send athletes somewhere unless they're confident it's safe and the facilities are adequate."Before every Olympic Games there's always threats and security risks wherever it is."
|Sandra Izbasa- Prosport|
Sandra Izbasa, Ana Porgras Diana Chelaru, Gabriela Dragoi, Haidu and Cerasela Raluca Patrascu. Coach: Octavian Belu, Lucian Sandu Liliana Cosma, Marius Vintila.This probably isn't anything to worry about- but merely a rest for Amelia, or perhaps it is thought that she is needed back in the gym working more? As Bea over at Gymnastics No Ceiling noted, she is staying back with Mariana Bitang- that probably just equals more balance beam practice!
|Peng Peng Lee|
We should be seeing her back next year, according to Gymnastic Coaching.Christine Lee is aiming for a berth on the 2011 World Championships team, coach Kelly Manjak revealed in today's CBC broadcast from Oakville Gymnastics.Lee previously trained at the now-closed Sport Seneca, and under their guidance competed for Canada at the 2007 Pan Am Games (3rd T, 5th AA, 8th BB, 4th FX). A back injury kept her out of competition for approximately two years, whereupon she resumed gymnastics at Oakville Gymnastics.
|Chelsea and Kim- Dallas News|
Jade Barbosa, Daniele Hypolito, Bruna Leal, Priscilla Cobello, Ethiene Franco, Adrianand Gabriela Gomes Soares.This has to be one of the longest-lived gymnastics team around! It feels like most of these girls have been around for ages!
Britain’s Imogen Cairns, who will be defending her vault title, is making a remarkable comeback from a severe foot injury. Cairns was injured soon after her Olympics debut in Beijing two years ago, when she damaged her limbs during a floor exercise.Cairns, who won gold and silver at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, has had two operations followed by six months on crutches and only returned to impact training at the turn of the year having suffered injury in her first competition after the Olympics. However, she seems to be fit and raring to go as she joins 10 artistic and three rhythmic gymnasts in Delhi next month.
|The injured Miss Mary-Anne Monckton, who announced on FB that she|
is off to see the surgeon today. Let's hope she mends quickly and well!
|Remember when Patrascu was as little as Haidu!?|
“I’m glad I managed to overcome the mistakes from the uneven bars: just one moment in which I didn’t pay enough attention made me miss the whole routine. But we have to go on.”Again, Cerasela Patrascu showing why she could be a valuable World Team member. Here is her bars- although it is from the AA- as I haven't found one yet of EFs.