Back in September, I was looking forward to the things to come. Two months later, I’m looking back to see what really happened in the gymnastics world.
Back in December last year, I asked what was on top of your gymnastics wish list for 2016. Seven months later, let’s take a look at the dreams that came true, the hopes that were shattered and the world of possibilities at the upcoming Olympics.
Before I discovered the existence of the gymnastics fandom, looking up gym videos on YouTube was my favourite thing on a Sunday afternoon. If you have no idea where to start, here's three of the most touching gymnastics montages I've ever seen.
In the last week of 2015, I asked my fellow gymfans on Tumblr what was on top of their gymnastics wishlist for 2016. Here are the results:
I’ve only ever been to two World Championships, Antwerp 2013 and Glasgow 2015. But for me, the organisation and atmosphere in Antwerp exceeded the one in Glasgow, even though they tried really hard.
2 days, 12 subdivisions, 261 athletes, 937 routines. Hardly any live streaming. It’s okay if you missed some of qualifications, because I’m bringing you up to date on the moments you should’ve seen.
For new gymnastics fans, it can be overwhelming trying to make sense of gymnastics posts on social media. To make it easier for you, here’s a mindmap with the most common terms.
For new gymnastics fans, it can be overwhelming trying to make sense of gymnastics posts on social media. To make it easier for you, here’s an alphabetical list of frequently used nicknames.
Team Belgium, Sweden and Austria put their routines to the test on the road to the World Championships in Glasgow.