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Feet Aren’t Real: College Season Week Two

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 News Updates

  • What we learned from Simone’s Vanity Fair interview, who’s on the FIG list of eligible non-affiliated athletes, and more follow-ups from last week on Shawn Johnson’s past addiction caused by a “bad doctor”  and NCAA’s sickle cell trait testing requirements.

College Season—Week 2

  • Cal is #2 in the rankings—are they the team best poised to challenge Oklahoma?
  • Does it actually matter whether you’re scoring a 197.9 or a 195.9 in week 2?
  • We have another entry in the “Tribute to Mom” floor routine series
  • Program debuts! Clemson, Talladega, and Utica all competed in their first-ever meets
  • Florida opened its 2024 season and Morgan Hurd scored career highs on beam and floor. We discuss.
  • Sierra Brooks set an all-time Michigan all-around record, Konnor McClain scored a 10.000 on bars, and important LEOTARD developments
  • Corrupt or Correct takes on the beam scoring at the Sprouts Quads
  • The new quad-meet broadcast format: Pro or anti?
  • Fantasy gymnastics: Steals of the week, injury and retirement news, and an important advisory

Correction: Simone currently works out six days a week. We mention in the show she works out four. The original article in Vanity Fair states, “By January 2023, she was back to the training schedule she currently maintains four days a week: Up at 6:20 a.m. and out the door by 6:45 for 7 a.m. practice. Home at 10:30, then lunch. She tends to her three bulldogs—Lilo, Rambo, and Zeus—then naps for an hour to an hour and a half. Then back at the gym from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays are half days, Sunday is off.”
We’re happy to report we were correct about her naps. 

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Jean
Jean
1 month ago

I think this means she practices 6 days a week. 4 days with two practices. MTW and Friday and tues and Thursdays just half day

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By January 2023, she was back to the training schedule she currently maintains four days a week: Up at 6:20 a.m. and out the door by 6:45 for 7 a.m. practice. Home at 10:30, then lunch. She tends to her three bulldogs—Lilo, Rambo, and Zeus—then naps for an hour to an hour and a half. Then back at the gym from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Saturdays are half days, Sunday is off.

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1 month ago
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Thank you for this correction Jean. We’ve updated our webpage.

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