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Gymnastics

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  • Utah town in shock after girl dies when gust of wind lifts trampoline

    A small southern Utah town is in shock over the death of a 9-year-old girl  who was killed last week after a strong wind gust picked up the backyard trampoline she was sitting on and sent it flying more than 150 feet. Sheriff's officials in Garfield...
  • Mikulak captures national title

    Sam Mikulak, a Corona del Mar High product and a two-time NCAA men's gymnastics champion at the University of Michigan, won the men's all-around title at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships that were completed Sunday in Hartford, Conn. Mikulak, 20, a...
  • How much does the Cartwheel for Target app save you?

    How much does the Cartwheel for Target app save you?
    I headed to Target earlier this week to pick up some school supplies and groceries. This particular journey fell into the "mom-just-needs-to-get-this-done" category, and I didn't spend much time in coupon preparation. In fact, I only chose to shop at...
  • Aberdeen divers end year with a successful splash

    Six Aberdeen Divers, including five "first timers," competed and showed off their skills at the Central Maryland Dive League Championship meet at the Waugh Chapel Swim Club in Gambrills recently. This meet is the culmination of the two-month diving season...
  • Highland Park gymnast in historic effort

    Highland Park gymnast in historic effort
    Jazzy Kerber of Highland Park helped make some U.S. gymnastics history Thursday. Kerber, 16, and teammate Rebecca Sereda, 17, of Staten Island. N.Y., both qualified for the all-around final at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Kiev,...
  • Trampolines add bounce to group fitness classes

    Trampolines add bounce to group fitness classes
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Trampolining, said to have begun when Eskimos bounced each other on walrus skins for the fun of it, is putting a feel-good cardiovascular spring into group fitness classes, from body sculpting to dance, fitness experts say. Also...
  • U.S. Gymnastics update -- Junior women

     
    Parkettes gymnasts Christina Desiderio and Molly Frack placed tied for 16th and 22nd, respectively, on Thursday afternoon on the first day of the Junior Elite competition at the P&G U.S. Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Conn. Desiderio, 12, of...
  • No.1 McDonogh boys soccer handles No. 2 Loyola in 3-0 win

    No.1 McDonogh boys soccer handles No. 2 Loyola in 3-0 win
    The No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer team is only six games into its season, but that's enough time to already set an impressively high bar that has put opponents on notice. The No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer team is only six games into its season, but that's...
  • The Olympics aren’t over until NBC says they’re over!

     
    After paying $1.1 billion to license the U.S. broadcast rights to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London (plus another $200 million in production costs), it makes sense that NBC would want to continue milking the event for all that it's worth, even...
  • What goes up and down must go out, say docs

     
    So you're Mr. Backyard Trampoline Seller. Government data shows that injuries that occurred on the backyard bouncers are "steadily" declining. The news from the nation's pediatric doctors, then, has to be discouraging. The American Academy of Pediatrics...
  • Trampolines: New warnings about injury risks

     
    I have been a trampoline owner since 2005. I have been known, at times, to tout the joys of a backyard trampoline I have even been known to say that it's about the best kid-related purchase I've ever made. But now I read a new round of safety warnings...