We all had some sort of activities we did as kids, and we all had that one activity that we totally failed at. We shared our stories of epic activity failure this morning.
Time change, cheating charity golfers, and an overbearing gymnastics coach are just a few of the things we ain’t got time for this morning.
Meet Olympic gold medal winner Gabby Douglas today! She’s in town signing copies of her brand new book, Raising The Bar.
Despite a lot of groaning about the tape delays and the lack of live action from the London 2012 Olympics NBC has finished atop the podium with it’s coverage.
“It’s an honor for them to want to use it and I’m very thankful for that. And they’ve done an amazing job from what I’ve heard,” Phillips said.
Gabby Douglas, nicknamed “The Flying Squirrel,” takes gymnastic gold and makes history at the London Olympic Games.
Beach goers in Spain saw something out of the ordinary, a dog hanging by his teeth on some gymnastic rings. The dog was far from distress, in fact, he was having the time of his […]
Check out this amazing video of 86-year-old Johanna Quaas showing off her awesome gymnastic abilities at the Cottbus World Cup in Germany. After this you definitely have no excuse for not hitting the gym today.
Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which individuals or teams of competitors (from 2 to 6 people) manipulate one or two apparatus: rope, hoop, ball, clubs, ribbon and Free (no apparatus, so called “floor routine”).
Gene and Julie talked to Olympic gold medalist Nastia Liukin this morning about turning 21, Evan Lysacek, and the Progressive Skating and Gymnastics Spectacular. Hear what she had to say!