“Attain Perfection” was the mantra of the Japanese star Kohei Uchimura. However, his performance in Wednesday’s men’s team finals was far from being flawless.
Japanese gymnastics legend Kohei Uchimura and U.S. gymnast Simone Biles looks forward to take home more gold medals at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Glasgow which will begin today, 23rd of October.
For the elite gymnasts who have been practicing gymnastics since childhood, taking part in an Olympic Games; a feat that almost every gymnasts has dreamed of, could begin to turn into reality at the 2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships beginning October 23 to November 1 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Dianne Soria-Galvarro might be one of the most remarkable emerging gymnasts you’ve probably never heard of.
Max Whitlock, a double Olympic medallist, two-time World silver medallist, three-time European Champion, three-time Commonwealth gold medallist and an ambassador of Paul Smith was asked to be lead the campaign for the designer’s new innovation: “A Suit to Travel In.”
18 year-old athlete Guilanna Pino might have the chance to fulfill her biggest dream later this month – to become the very first Ecuadorean to compete in an international competition for gymnastics, an ambition that she’s been striving for more than a decade.
After their performance in the Five Ribbons event, the team members of the U.S. Rhythmic Gymnastics group stayed in the “kiss and cry” area while waiting for their scores at the recently held Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, feeling excited for the results as the team believed that they have given their best shot for this event.