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- Steliana Nistor (ROM) reportedly coaching in Norway
- Recent photos of 2004 Olympic gold medallist Oana Ban (ROM)
- Elizabeth Price (USA) retires from US National Team, eyes set on NCAA at Stanford
- Mackenzie Caquatto balancing gymnastics with teaching at the University of Florida
- Sang Lan, who was paralyzed while vaulting at the 1998 Goodwill Games, welcomed her first child, a son, in Beijing on April 14, 2014
- 2008 US Olympian Raj Bhavsar speaks about life after the Olympics
- British Gymnastics catches up with Suzanne Dando
- 2000 Olympian Trudi McIntosh expecting first child, a daughter. She is moving to Denmark to be with her partner, Lars, whom she met while performing in Cirque du Soleil. In Denmark, she plans to work as a pilates instructor and personal trainer.
- Video profile of 1988 Olympian and now 2014 Sochi judge Phoebe Mills
- Former Parkettes descend on Allentown, PA for reunion
- January 2014: Vanessa Atler (USA) gives birth to first child, a son
- 2-time Olympian Lais Souza suffers a crash skiing, and may have permanent paralysis. Souza was expecting to compete in Aerials at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
- The Gabby Douglas Story premieres on Lifetime Feb 1!
Former female artistic gymnasts:
Irene Abel (GDR)
Elena Abrashitova (URS)
Lavinia Agache (ROM)
Oksana Aibinder (URS)
Heidi Anderson (USA)

Camelia Andronic (ROM)
Kim Arnold (USA)
Tatiana Arzhannikova (URS)
Oksana Averkova (URS)  
Svetlana Baitova (URS)
Irina Baraksanova (URS)
Armine Barutyan (URS)
Elvira Becks (HOL)  
Laetitia Begue (FRA)
Mohini Bhardwaj (USA)
Olga Bicherova (URS)
Pam Bileck (USA)
Natalia Bobrova (RUS)  
Karolina Bohman (SWE)
Cristina Bontas (ROM)
Irina Breigina (USSR)
Heather Brink (USA) 
Wendy Bruce (USA)
Raluca Bugner (ROM)
Lyubov Burda (URS)
Andreea Cacovean (ROM)
Tracy Calore (USA)
Michelle Campi (USA)
Vera Caslavska (TCH)
Veronica Castro (ESP) 
Vera Cerna (TCH)
Marilyn Chapman (USA)
Denise Chesire (USA)
Chen Cuiting (CHN)
Olga Chudina (URS)
Nadia Comaneci (ROM)
Elisabeth Crandall (USA)
Zsuzsa Csisztu (HUN)
Suzanne Dando (GBR)
Elena Davydova (URS)
Dominique Dawes (USA)
Eileen Diaz (PUR)
Aurelia Dobre (ROM)
Alexandra Dobrescu (ROM)
Nina Dronova (URS)
Diana Dudeva (BUL)  
Olesya Dudnik (URS)
Diane Dunbar (USA)
Rodica Dunca (ROM)
Dianne Durham (USA)
Michelle Dusserre (USA)
Emilia Eberle (ROM)  
Shelley Engel (USA)
Jenny Ester (USA)  
Oksana Fabrichnova (RUS)
Rhonda Faehn (USA)
Gabriele Fähnrich (GDR)
Maria Filatova (URS)
Lacramioira Filip (ROM)  
Larissa Fontaine (USA)
Ana Manso Gallego (ESP) 
Angeles Garcia (ESP) 
Zoya Grantcharova (BUL)
Gabriela Gheorghe (ROM)
Angela Ghimpu (ROM)
Adele Gleaves (USA)
Maxi Gnauck (GDR)
Tatiana Godenko (URS)
Monica Goermann (CAN)
Gina Gogean (ROM)
Eugenia Golea (ROM)
Michelle Goodwin (USA)
Lydia Gorbik (URS)
Anca Grigoras (ROM)
Yelena Grosheva (RUS)
Pascale Grossenbacher (SWI)
Tatiana Groshkova (URS)

Stacey Gunthorpe (USA)
Tatiana Gutsu (URS/UKR)
Elena Gurova (URS)
Vanda Hadarean (ROM)
Nadia Hatagan (ROM)
Angelika Hellman (GDR)
Sylvia Hindorff (GDR)
Marleen Houter (HOL)
Robin Huebner (USA)
Joanna Hughes (AUS)
Natalia Ilienko (URS)
Cristina Itu (ROM)
Isabel Izquierdo (ESP)
Karin Janz (GDR)
Nikki Jenkins (NZL)
Martina Jentsch (GDR)  
Brandy Johnson (USA)
Kathy Johnson (USA)
Carol Johnston (CAN/UCSF)
Gail Kachura (USA)
Agnes Keleti (HUN)
Kim Kelly (USA)
Karen Kelsall (CAN)
Dagmar Kersten (GDR)
Mina Kim (USA)
Nellie Kim (URS)
Marion Kische (GDR)
Sunja Knapp (USA)
Oksana Knizhnik (URS/UKR)
Dina Kochetkova (URS/RUS)
Vera Kolesnikova (URS)
Amy Koopman (USA)
Olga Korbut (URS)
Yulia Korostelyova (RUS) IG interview
Steffi Kraker (GDR)
Nikolett Krausz (HUN)
Ivona Krmelova (TCH)
Natalia Kuchinskaya (URS)
Yulia Kut (URS)
Izabela Lacatus (ROM)
Natalia Laschenova (URS)
Larissa Latynina (URS)
Sari Lehmuskallio (FIN)
Avril Lennox (GBR)
Lu Li (CHN)
Larissa Lowing (CAN)  
Elodie Lussac (FRA)
Tatiana Lysenko (URS/UKR)
Tanya Maiers (USA)
Camelia Mandricel (ROM)
Sabrina Mar (USA)
Daniela Maranduca (ROM)
Missy Marlowe (USA)
Monica Martin (ESP) 
Kristin McDermott (USA)  
Christina McDonald (CAN)
Julianne McNamara (USA)
Phoebe Mills (USA)
Lavinia Milosovici (ROM)
Anna Mirgorodskaya (UKR)  
Silvia Mitova (BUL)
Mo Huilan (CHN)
Aurora Morata (ESP) 
Olga Mostepanova (URS)
Elena Mukhina (URS)
Laura Muñoz (ESP) 
Elena Naimushina (URS)
Maria Neculita (ROM)
Monique Nujten (NED)
Betty Okino (USA)
Maria Olaru (ROM)
Nicoleta Onel (ROM)
Oksana Omelianchik (URS)
Henrietta Onodi (HUN)
Lisa Panzironi (USA)
Luisa Parente (BRA) 
Anna Parera (ESP) 

Mirela Pasca (ROM)  
Simona Pauca (ROM)
 
Larissa Petrik (URS)
Kristi Phillips (USA)
Elena Piskun (BLR)  
Eugenia Popa (ROM)
 
Gabriela Potorac (ROM)
Jana Reardon (USA)
Montserrat Rebatto (ESP)
Sonia Rebollo (ESP)
Hana Ricna (TCH)
Cathy Rigby (USA)
Marie Roethlisberger (USA)
Evgenia Roschina (RUS)
Melita Ruhn (ROM)
Elvira Saadi (URS)
Pepita Sanchez (ESP) 
Almudena SanJose (ESP) 
Amy Scherr (USA)  
Elfi Schlegel (CAN)
Anke Schonfelder (GDR/GER)
Jennnifer Sey (USA)
Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)
Liubov Sheremeta (UKR)
Elena Shevchenko (URS)
Elena Shushunova (URS)
Miho Shinoda (JPN)
Daniela Silivas (ROM)
Hope Spivey (USA)  
Chelle Stack (USA)
Gina Stallone (USA)
Erica Stokes (USA)
Beáta Storczer (HUN)
Lyudmila Stovbchataya (UKR)
Boriana Stoyanova (BUL)
Olga Strazheva (URS)
Lori Strong (CAN)
Ekaterina Szabo (ROM)
Katie Teft (USA)
Yvonne Tousek (CAN)
Tatiana Tuzhikova (URS) 
Stella Umeh (CAN)
Teodora Ungureanu (ROM)
Elisabeth Valle (ESP) 
Mercedes Vernetta (ESP) 
Camelia Voinea (ROM) 
Marianna Webster (USA)
Lucy Wener (USA)
Anja Wilhelm (FRG)
Jennifer Wood (CAN)  
Sandy Woolsey (USA)
Yang Bo (CHN)  
Natalia Yurchenko (URS)
Olga and Yulia Yurkina (BLR)
Stella Zakharova (URS)
Svetlana Zasipkina (URS)
Svetlana Zelepukina (UKR)
Kim Zmeskal (USA)

Svetlana Lebedinskaya (URS)
Lebedinskaya now coaches in England
© Tom Theobald
 
 
Former rhythmic gymnasts:
Carmen Acedo (ESP)
Jana Batyrchina (RUS)
Galina Beloglazova (URS)
Magdalena Brzeska (GER)
Joanna Bodak (POL)
Jessica Davis (USA)
Tatiana Druchinina (URS)
Adriana Dunavska (BUL)  
Lori Fung (CAN)  
Olga Gontar (BLR)
Diliana Gueorguieva (BUL)
Maria Guigova (BUL)
Lilia Ignatova (BUL)

Elizabeth Koleva (BUL)
Dalia Kutkaite (URS)
Tamara Levinson (USA)
Natalia Lipkovskay (RUS)
Maria Isabel Lloret (ESP)  
Marina Lobatch (URS)
Mila Marinova (BUL/USA)
Camille Martens (CAN)
Lenka Oulehlova (CZE)
Bianka Panova (BUL)
Carolina Pascual (ESP)
Yevgenia Pavlina (BLR)
Maria Petrova (BUL)

Diana Popova (BUL)
Iliana Raeva (BUL)
Anelia Ralenkova (BUL)
Milena Reljin (YUG)
Stella Salapatyska (BUL)
Yekaterina Serebrianskaya (UKR)
Andrea Sinko (HUN)
Oksana Skaldina (URS)
Alexandra Timochenko (URS)
Sally Ward (USA)
Amina Zaripova (URS/ RUS)

 
 
Former male artistic gymnasts:
Artur Akopian (URS)
Nikolai Andrianov (URS)
Eduard Azarian (URS)
Dmitri Bilozerchev (URS)
Tim Daggett (USA)
Mitch Gaylord (USA)
Curtis Hibbert (CAN)
Scott Johnson (USA)
Alexandre Kolyvanov (URS/RUS)

Valeri Liukin (URS/KAZ)
Jair Lynch (USA)
Dominick Miniccuci (USA)
Lance Ringnald (USA)
Kip Simons (USA)
Alexandre Tkatchev (URS)
Dmitri Trouch (URS/RUS)
Peter Vidmar (USA)  
Chris Waller (USA)

 
 
Memorial
1958 Spanish men's team, including Joaquim Blume, claimed in an airline crash.
1979 Bulgarian rhythmic team
- claimed in an airline crash.
Brian Babcock (USA)
- Tribute by International Gymnast
Alexander Beresch (UKR) claimed in a car accident February 29, 2003 heading back to Kiev after the Ukrainian Cup.
Murat Canbas (TUR), killed in a car accident.
Frank J. Cumiskey
, deceased July '04 at age 91. Cumiskey was a member of the 1936, 1936, and 1948 U.S. men's Olympic gymnastics teams.
Stormy Eaton (USA)
- USAG Press release
Yukio Endo - passed away March 2009 after battling esophageal cancer.
Adriana Giurca (ROM) 
Hilary Grivich (USA) and her diary
Julissa Gomez (USA)
Alim Hassan (CAM) - crashed in 2003, fracturing skull. He succumbed several hours later.
Sherry Hawko (CAN)
Christy Henrich (USA) - site no longer available? 
Eva Kanyo (HUN)

Oksana Kostina (URS/RUS)
Kazuki Nakamori (JPN) 
Lubov Miramanova (URS)
Yuri Ryazanov (RUS), claimed in a car crash en route from Moscow to his hometown of Vladimir.
Evgeny Shabayev (RUS)
- Tribute by International Gymnast
 
 
Latest news

2013:
- Hollie Vise, 2013 World Champion on UB, engaged to Alex Naddour, currently on the USA men's national team
- Fabulous list of former US National Team members: http://gymn-stands.com/nationalteams.htm
- A number of former Karolyi elites turned up at the Karolyi's Ranch the weekend of November 2-3 to celebrate their 50th Anniversary
- 1991 World All-Around Champ Kim Zmeskal reunites with former Karolyi six pack teammates Erica Stokes and Amy Scherr
- Three time Olympian and gold medalist Dominique Dawes expecting first child
- Inside Gymnastics catches up with NCAA standout Kat Ding
- Three time Olympian and gold medalist Svetlana Boguinskaya, "I was always a bitch in Gymnastics!"
- 1988 Olympian Phoebe Mills is returning to the Olympics! She'll be a judge for snowboarding in Sochi.
- 2008 Olympic All-Around Gold medalist Nastia Liukin set to join NBC's team for Sochi 2014
- Three time Olympian and gold medalist Kyle Shewfelt opens his own gymnastics club
- Annia Hatch and fiancee expecting first baby!
- 2004 US Olympian Courtney McCool and her husband are the new assistant coaches for the Texas Women's University gymnastics team
- Former US National Team member Guillermo Alvarez coaching in Iceland
- Sang Lan finds happiness after tragic accident at 1998 Goodwill Games
- Inside Gymnastics caught up with Ashley Kupets
- Chellsie Memmel marries August 31, 2013. She recently announced she intends to return to competition in tumbling!
- Coaches Jason Fredericks and his wife (former US National Team member) Mary Beth Arnold debut NCAA Road to Nationals
- Decades of past magazines available as part of USAG's 50th Anniversary celebrations
- 1991 World AA Champ Kim Zmeskal's still got it!
 Australia's Dasha Joura all grown up!
- 1983 World Championships AA winner Natalia Yurchenko releases her official website, complete with a blog
-1990 Goodwill Games Champion Natalia Kalinina now has an official website
- 2004 Olympian Annia Hatch is engaged! )
- 2012 Olympian Jenni Pinches is UCLA bound Sept 2013
- Brett McClure is the new Head Coach at Cal Berkeley
- Fab interview with 3-time Olympian and gold medalist Svetlana Boguinskaya
- Shannon Miller and husband John welcomed second child, daughter Sterling Diane, on June 25, 2013.
- Jon Horton and his wife Haley (nee de Prospero) welcomed their first child, a son they've named David, on June 24, 2013.
- Kristal Uzelac and her husband welcomed their first child on June 21, 2013. Daughter Mila!
- 2008 Olympic bronze medalist in the all-around Thomas Bouhail and his wife are expecting a baby girl in July
- Kelly Garrison set to graduate!
- Yulia Belokobylskaya, bronze medalist on FX at the 2011 European Championships, has exchanged her grips for ballet shoes!
- 2008 and 2012 Olympic Champion in Rhythmic Evgenia Kanaeva marries (Link: Facebook album)
- Daniela Druncea, who won bronze with team Romania at the 2007 World Championships, is now a cox for Romania's women's eight rowing team. The crew just won European Championships! (link: photo)
- Bulgaria's former rhythmic gymnastics coach Iliyana Raeva forms Political Party.
- Alexei Nemov and Evgeni Plushchenko in a Mercedes ad
- May 2013: John Roethlisberger and wife Maegen welcome their first child, a son named Grey
- Olympic Champion Li Xiaopeng, age 39, on a reality diving show in China
- Reunion of some of China's former Gymnastic Greats! Cheng Fei, Meng Fei, Liu Xuan, Peng Sha, Zhang Nan, Kui Yuanyuan, Bi Wenjing, Sang Lan and more!
- April 19, 2013: Kohei Uchimura and his wife, a former gymnast, welcome their first child - a girl! (Link: IG)
- March 24: Yang Yilin on China's So You Think You Can Dance
- This summer "Louis" is due out - a book about triple Olympic medallist Louis Smith.
- March 16: Alana Slater marries!
- Beth Tweddle wins Dancing on Ice !
- 2004 US Olympian Mohini Bhardwaj donates her Olympic medal to the Smithsonian for the Indian American Heritage Project. Mohini was the first Indian-American to make a US Olympic team.
2012:
- 1972 Olympian Klaus Koeste passes away
- November 3, 2012: 2004 Olympic AA Champ Carly Patterson marries
- Oksana Chusovitina un-retires. Says she's aiming for Rio 2016.
- Dmitry Kasperovich (BLR) joins Cirque du Soleil
- Maria Filatova's site: http://filatova.atava.by/index.html  Did you know she was coined the Sparrow of Siberia?
- Now married, Natalia Ziganshina Gazina and husband Anton own a gymnastics club in St. Petersburg, Russia. Natalia is also designing and sewing gymnastics leotard. The pair have a daughter Masha. Younger sister Gulnara Ziganshina, also now married, is also a coach at the club. (Source: IG)
- Interview with 1986 Goodwill Games Champ Vera Kolesnikova, and mother of Viktoria Komova
- Interview with 1992 Olympic AA Champion Tatiana Gutsu
- Larissa Latynina looks back (Sports Illustrated)
- 1992 and 1996 Olympian Kerri Strug is a new Mom. Meet son Tyler William.
- 2000 US Olympian Tasha Schwikert, Then & Now
- Former US National Team member Katie Kivisto runs Boston Marathon in around 3:45. Amazing!
- Former South African gymnast and Utah Utes Dominique D'Oliveira will be attending World Championships for Triathlon!
- China Hands Bronze from 1999 Worlds to Ukraine (source: IG)
- Paul Hamm retires
- Black History month: Ron Galimore
- 1992 and 1996 Olympian Kerri Strug expecting her first child in a few weeks (due date March 1)
- 2004 Olympic Champion Carly Patterson is engaged. She shared a pic of her rock on twitter. Inside Gymnastics later interviewed her.
- Current Ukrainian tennis player Alexandr Dolgopolov is the son of former rhythmic gymnast Elena Devetiarova
July - December 2011
- An injured shoulder shattered Veronica Wagner's dream of competing at the 2012 Olympics, but in November she learned that she'll attend the Games as a broadcaster for Swedish TV.
- Two of the newest Brevet judges: 2005 World Champion and 2008 Olympian Chellsie Memmel and 2001 Worlds team member Tabitha Yim (link USAG)
- Marina Goryunova, former student of Elvira Saadi who trained alongside Tatiana Groshkova, and was featured prominently in the gymnastics documentary "Are We Going to the Ball?", and interviewed by Larry King as part of the 1990 Goodwill Games coverage on TBS, is now living in the USA. In November she represented her newfound country at the World T&T Championships. Here's her double mini routine, and her tumbling routine.  (Thanks Alar!)
- Natalia Laschenova takes latest step in quest for immigration (link: IG)
- Paul Hamm arrested for assault, subsequently terminated from coaching position at OU
- Sarah Shire hired on as Director of Operations at the University of Missouri. She's also pursuing her Master's in Sport Psychology.
- Elise Ray and Chelle Stack being inducted into USAG Hall of Fame
- Catching up with Canadian sensation Yvonne Tousek!
- Li Ning makes a donation to the IOC museum
- Kristin Maloney appointed assisted coach at Iowa
- Hanneke Hoefnagel, member of the Netherlands' 2006 Worlds team, is now a farmer!
- Amy Chow has a shot at London 2012 - as a diver!
- Dominique Moceanu released a paperback series for tweens (IG)
- Catching up with Lu Li
- 1996 Olympic floor champion Ioannis Melissanidis talks of a comeback
- Sang Lan wins lawsuit
- Swiss sensation Ariella Kaeslin retires (link)
- Imagine breaking a piñata, only to have Mary Lou Retton fall out of it.... 
- Isabelle Severino takes to the FX again! (link)
January - June 2011
- Peter Vidmar resigns as USA's Chef de Mission for London 2012- Johnny Weir speaks out against Peter Vidmar's appointment as Chef de Mission for London 2012
- Suzanne Harmes announces her retirement (May 2, 2011)
- Sang Lan suing Time Warner, USA Gymnastics
- Peter Vidmar is the USA's Chef de Mission for the 2012 Olympics
- FIG photographer Thomas Schreyer visits China and does a photo shoot with Bi Wenjing and her new baby boy
- Another scandal rocks the Dutch: Verona van de Leur pleads guilty to extortion
- Vanessa Atler is blogging again: From Gymnast to Coach
- Anna Li performs as a stunt double: Honda Civic
- Check out Vanda Hadarean's Inspired by Vanda bootcamp
- Ling Jie marries (photos). She coaches the Hunan gymnastics provincial team, and two of her gymnasts Zeng Siqi and Zhou Jiabei are current national team members.
- Tragedy for Tracee Talavera 
- Catching up with Cirque du Soleil's Yulia Korostelyova
- USAG catches up with the Mag 7
- Shannon Miller battling ovarian tumour
August - December 2010
- 2008 Olympian Raj Bhavsar joins new Cirque du Soleil show
- Nadia Comaneci guest stars on Make it or Break it 
- Alina Kabaeva graces Russian Vogue
- Current and former U.S. National MAG team members perform at Victoria's Secrets fashion show (link: IG2)
- Mary Lou Retton and family return to West Virginia
- Li Xiaopeng's wedding music video
and Beijing reception photos
- Amy Chow marries Jason Ho (link: Video teaser)
April - July 2010
- 2000 U.S. Olympian Brett McClure is taking over as assistant men's coach at Stanford
- 1996 Olympic gold medalist Jaycie Phelps heads home to Indianapolis and opens the Jaycie Phelps Athletics Center
- Rebecca Owen (GBR) sues former coaches
- New video clip of Natalia Laschenova's plight to stay in the USA (link)
- Former Olympians Elena Zamolodchikova and Allana Slater (AUS) are in Melbourne judging at the 2010 Pacific Rim (photo)
- 1996 Olympic darling Kerri Strug marries (People)
- Aunt Joyce interviews 1984 Olympian Kathy Johnson Clark
- 2000 and 2004 U.S. Olympian Morgan Hamm is the new boys coach at M&M Gymnastics, a gym owned by Chellsie Memmel's parents
- Nastia Liukin named new USAG athlete rep
- 2004 Olympian Irina Krasnyanska (UKR) was reportedly a judge at yesterday's Zakharova Cup
January - March 2010
- Several Chinese greats are expected to travel to Wisconsin in June to take part in a collaboration between UW-Madison and the Beijing University of Sport. The aim is to strengthen their English, Science, leadership, and coaching skills. Expected to take part are Sun Xiaojiao, Yang Bo, and former rhythmic gymnast Sui Jianshuang
- 2004 Olympian Oana Ban marries and honeymoons in Paris!
- 2010 USAG Hall of Fame inductees include Dominique Moceanu, Wendy Bruce, and Kip Simons
- Nastia Liukin and JC Penny team up for Supergirl line of clothes
- Ioana Petrovichi welcomes baby girl March 2010 (link: photos)
- Youtube tribute to Polina Astakhova (d. 2005)
- Shawn Johnson judges Miss America
- 2000 U.S. Olympian Elise Ray doing commentary for the Big Ten Network. She's also doing personal training, and a little coaching. (Link: Gymnastike)
- Shawn Johnson ran with the torch in January 19th's Vancouver 2010 torch relay.
- Kyle Shewfelt ran with the torch in January 18th's Vancouver 2010 torch relay.
- Shannon Miller speaks candidly about gymnastics, being a new Mom, etc.
- Russian coach Elena Mashinskaia (Novgorod), whose students have included Anna Kovalyova, Oskana Vitkova, Kristin and Eleonora Guroyonova, passed away last week. She suffered from lung cancer that spread to the brain. She is predeceased by her husband, fellow coach Anatoly Chistenko (heart attack).
- 1995 and 1997 Worlds team member Anastasiya Dzundzyak is now performing in Cirque du Soleil's Zaia in Macau
- Former U.S. team member and UCLA gymnast Kim Hamilton Anthony publishes autobiography (Link: IG
September-December 2009:
- Moscow has launched a new prize to encourage paralympians. It's called the Mukhina prize, named after Elena Mukhina.
- Nikolai Kryokov has decided to retire. He's set to become the new coach of Russia's junior men's team.
- Elena Naimushina has moved back to her hometown of Krasnoyarsk after spending the past 20 years in Riga. She presented the awards at the town's gym meet, the Elena Naimushina Cup.
- After Maria Zasipkina sustained a neck injury while training she was treated in hospital as a member of the national team and continued to receive her stipend. After graduating from the Sports Institute she taught in a dance studio, and is now coaching gymnastics at her original gym.
- Belorussian interview with Larissa Petrik 
- Li Shanshan and Xiao Sha have officially retired (link: IG)
-  Former British gymnast Amy Bagshaw hoping to publish memoirs 
- Dong Fangxiao's husband speaks with New Zealand reporter, admitting she was too young to compete in Sydney. Read Rick's commentary.
- A number of former champions were on hand to watch the gymnastics at the recent 2009 Worlds. Here's a shot of some former greats. From Left to Right: Oksana Chusovitina, Svetlana Boguinskaya, Elena Shevchenko, Svetlana Lebedinskaya, Aleftina Priakhina, and Vera Kolesnikova. Many others were in attendance including Valerie Liukin, Oksana Omelianchik, and more. Thanks DJ!

 

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