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NCAA Championships: A Victory for Execution (and Curses)

Regan Smith jumping into the arms of coach KJ Kindler

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NCAA Gymnastics Championships

  • We discuss Suni’s interview about whether (and how long) she’s going to stay at Auburn
  • Oklahoma is the national champion! How they did it despite a bad start, how they fought for every detail on the final three events, and how Spencer singlehandedly inspired them to victory
  • How Florida successfully avoided a Florida postseason implosion but lost the title on vault, and the equipment problem in the semifinal that made everyone have to swaddle Trinity
  • Jessica explains the very rare Triple Jinx that kept Utah in third place, and why Auburn was the second happiest group of people in Texas
  • Rage about the lack of individual title acknowledgement and the AUDACITY to STAND UP and MOVE AROUND during certain routines
  • Trinity Thomas won the all-around and two event titles, and Megan Skaggs surprised for 3rd AA as a perennial leadoff gymnast
  • Michigan. Sigh.
  • Stellar performances from Missouri and Minnesota to finish 5th and 6th.

Man Things

  • Kensley is here to recap men’s gymnastics nationals including the inevitability of Stanford’s victory, Oklahoma’s lineup strategy, and Paul Juda’s all-around victory over Brody Malone
  • When everyone qualifies to nationals, it’s a problem
  • Plus, when are men’s and women’s nationals going to the same site?

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Tony
Tony
28 days ago

I’d like to say that last summer my partner and i moved from dallas after living there 3 years. I attended the championships in 2019 & 2021 as well as previous years in st louis.
we made a conscious decision to NOT attend this year’s 2022 championships because we no longer want to ever travel to texas and support any part of their economy. We still attend other ncaa championships (volleyball)and will continue to do so as long as they mix up or rotate their sites.
If were going to spend 5 days time and money in a city i want to feel good about where we are. Texas drove us out. Im from st louis and although MO may be a red state, st louis has a long history of being progressive in many ways for which im proud.

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