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A Vault Without Fault
The U.S. gymnastic teams almost always stuck it to their opponents as they stunningly leapt to the fore
The Pioneer of Genteel Gymnastics for Ladies
Armed with beanbags, light dumbbells and oratory, a 19th century reformer named Dioclesian Lewis led the bold fight for the unpopular idea that women had a right to be healthy
Upon the superbly coordinated muscles of these eight straining young men rest the main hopes of the Penn State gymnastic team's retaining its NCAA title at ...
Gymnastic champions are made very slowly, and the old order yields very slowly to the new. Upsets are a rarity. Gymnastic experts in Russia, Japan and the ...
DYING TO WIN
In the 1992 NCAA survey 51% of the women's gymnastics programs that responded reported eating disorders among team members, a far ...
A GYMNASTICS BIO THAT'S FULL OF FINE MOVES, ESPECIALLY THE THOMAS FLAIR
There's a book out that you should consider: Kurt Thomas on Gymnastics, by Kurt Thomas and Kent Hannon (Simon and Schuster, $19.95 ...
On the beam at the young folks' home
The Olympic hope of Olympia Manor, Pauline Litowsky is, at 16, the most accomplished of all the athletes in residence at Coach Vannie Edwards' live-in training establishment
WHIRLING WITH FLAIR IN THE AIR
Kurt Thomas, innovator of the Thomas Flair, has clearly swung himself to the top of gymnastics in this country.
OFF THE WALL A DARING TROUPE IN CALIFORNIA MIXES DANCE, GYMNASTICS AND ROCK CLIMBING
In an alcove at the base of El Capitan's Wall of Early MorningLight, approximately 500 feet above California's Yosemite Valley,two figures in ...
A GYMNASTICS CRITIC SAYS THE LATER YOU PERFORM, THE BETTER YOU SCORE
After judging the pommel-horse event at the 1971 Nebraska state high school gymnastics meet, John Scheer was approached by a coach.