A month into her reign as world floor exercise champion, British gymnast Jessica Gadirova is already preparing for future feats on all four apparatuses.
Focus on physical conditioning, technical training and mental well-being helped forge Czech gymnast Radomir Sliž’s career-first Challenge Cup medal last month.
Germany’s Lukas Dauser on this week’s Worlds: ‘The goal is helping the team in the best possible way’
Olympic silver medalist Lukas Dauser of Germany told International Gymnast Online that he arrives at the World Championships in Liverpool this week in peak form after winning his country’s two trial competitions in quick succession.
Although Swiss gymnast Anina Wildi will be competing without the support of a full team at the World Championships in Liverpool later this month, she plans to thrive at the competition and share what she deems her “mind-blowing experience” with her loyal teammates awaiting her at home.
Under the shiny weight of the five medals she earned at this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, veteran Australian gymnast Georgia Godwin is buoyed by the prospect of competing at this month’s World Championships in Liverpool and her second Olympic Games two years hence.
A young woman of substance, skill and ambition, South African gymnast Caitlin Rooskrantz continues to define herself as a history-making gymnast, university honor student and societal role model.
In the three weeks surrounding his 19th birthday this summer, Canadian gymnast Jayson Rampersad instead celebrated an extended competitive rally as he won two medals apiece at the Pan American Championships and Commonwealth Games.
Ukrainian gymnast Anastasia Budiashkina has earned praise as the star of the award-winning film ‘Olga’ that enjoyed its worldwide theatrical release earlier this year.
Recent Pan American Championships triple medalist Riley Loos of the U.S. plans to continue extending his boundaries and advancing his status on the American team, starting with the U.S. Classic on July 31.
Winner of the all-around gold at the Nordic Championships earlier this month, Norwegian gymnast Julie Roettum Madsoe is ready to take on the continent and then the world at larger-scale competitions next month and in autumn.
For all of veteran Icelandic gymnast Agnes Suto’s goal-driven talents and interests, perhaps her one area of indecisiveness is the personality trait most welcome by her admirers.
Although Egyptian Olympic gymnastics history dates back nearly a century, Egyptian Gymnastics Federation president Ehab Amin Esawy told International Gymnast Online that recent skill development and knowledge expansion have stimulated the country’s vigorous pursuit of berths at the 2024 Games in Paris.