By Anna Rose Johnson
French gymnastics is on the rise again, with the recent success of Melanie de Jesus dos Santos, Louise Vanhille, Marine Boyer, and a talented 16-year-old named Lorette Charpy.
Get the Inside scoop on who we expect to shine (and who just might break through as a new star) as we look forward to crowning 2017 national champions!
Article in the February 2018 issue of Inside Gymnastics - The annual photo feature, the 50 Most Artistic, Class of 2018
Perseverance: It’s a word that aptly sums up the journey and mentality of 21-year-old Larisa Iordache, a Romanian veteran whose performances have inspired the gymnastics world with their courage and vitality.
OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO, THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN ASTONISHED THE WORLD IN ATLANTA, winning their historic team gold medal in dramatic fashion. Just 16 at the time, Jaycie Phelps and her skill on uneven bars and vault played an instrumental role in the team’s success.
Shannon Miller—the name evokes images of a graceful young gymnast, a champion veteran, a courageous survivor, an author, a businesswoman, a mother. In honor of this Olympic gold medalist’s 40th birthday today, we’re embarking on a journey of time travel to relive the pivotal moments of her celebrated career.
One of NCAA’s brightest stars, Elizabeth “Ebee” Price has won the hearts of the gymnastics community with her dynamic power and flawless execution.
The U.S. women’s gymnastics program has never enjoyed such worldwide domination as in August 2016, when they took home four gold medals, three silvers, and a bronze from the Rio Olympics. It’s been a long and steady climb for the U.S. team to ultimate success at the Olympic Games, beginning with our first medalists in 1948—including a very talented young woman named Consetta Caruccio.
Consetta’s parents, Russell and Lena, emigrated from Italy around the turn of the 20th century and raised the...
By Anna Rose Johnson
Elegance, power, musicality, expression, originality—these are elements that we’ve come to value in women’s NCAA gymnastics, and the harmony of these components make floor exercise a particularly special apparatus.