WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY 3
Spencer, Lauren, Kensley and Jessica chat about:
- Women’s Results
- Official qualifiers to finals
- Who won the D and E score races
- Surprises and upsets
- Favorite moments
- Subdivision 3 – Iordache, Ponor, Eythora, Wevers, Steingruber
- Subdivision 4 – Alt, Seitz, Boyer, Devillard, Ferrari, Kovacs, McGregor
- Subdivision 5 – US team, JPN team, CHN team, Andrade, Fidelis, Ferrera, Varinska
- What went on inside the arena
- State of our pre-competition storylines
- Any reason to doubt Smith v. Iordache now?
- The Tabea Alt new-skill parade?
- Is it Japan’s time?
- Andrade as AA threat?
- Yesenia Ferrera
- China Olympic low-balling – now in final session?
SUPPORT THE SHOW
- 268: Aimee Boorman and Maggie Haney: The Olympic Experience
- 267: Growing up in Cuba with Charlie Tamayo
- 266: Screams of Joy
- 265: Russian Cup, University Games, and Feedback
- 264: 2017 P&G Championships Mega Recap
- 263: P&G Championships Preview with Jon Horton
- 261: 2017 U.S. Classic!
- 260: U.S. Classic Preview
- 258: The Fluff Cast (Commissioned)
- 262: 1996 Olympic Event Finals (Commissioned)
- 256: 1996 Olympic All-Around Final (Commissioned)
- 255: 1996 Olympic Team Final (Commissioned)
- 254: Vanessa Atler
- 252: Myths, Legends, and Unexpected Moments in Gymnastics History (Commissioned)
Regarding starting blocks on vault, it only makes sense if you can keep. Accelerating all the way down the runway. With sprinting, it\’s important to be fast over the whole length of race, where with vaulting it\’s about the speed at the end so for most people it wouldn\’t make sense I think. So a better comparison would be to look at pole vaulters. Remember Gina Gogean\’s run up? She was very casual at the start but then picks up speed in the last 5m before the board. Exactly like a pole vaulter