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American Sunisa Lee Wins Gold in Artistic Gymnastics Individual All-Around

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American Sunisa Lee Wins Gold in Artistic Gymnastics Individual All-Around

After Simone Biles’ early exit from the competition, it appeared improbable an American gymnast would claim a fifth-consecutive all-around — until 18-year-old  Olympic newcomer Suni Lee stepped up to deliver the nation’s sixth such title with a performance for the ages.

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U.S. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Looks Ahead to Tokyo Games

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U.S. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Looks Ahead to Tokyo Games
The U.S. Men's Artistic Gymnastics team will send a balanced team of veterans and newcomers to the upcoming Olympic Games, after five men punched their tickets to Tokyo at the Olympic Trials, held June 24-27 in St. Louis. 

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U.S. Women's Artistic Gymnastics Finalizes Its Roster Ahead of Olympics

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U.S. Women's Artistic Gymnastics Finalizes Its Roster Ahead of Olympics

The highly-anticipated U.S. Women’s Artistic Gymnastics roster has been cemented for the upcoming Summer Olympics, following a fervent trials last month.  

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Zoie Pelfrey – Gymnast – US Glove Brand Ambassador

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Zoie Pelfrey – Gymnast – US Glove Brand Ambassador
All her life, Zoie Pelfrey has been ahead of the curve. She started walking at just 10 months; she completed both seventh and eighth grade in a single year; and with just six years of gymnastics experience she’s already a level 10.

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Tiger Paws -- Injury Prevention Is Our #1 Priority

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Tiger Paws -- Injury Prevention Is Our #1 Priority

When it comes to sports injuries, there’s no better treatment than prevention. Gymnasts know this all too well, pushing their bodies to the breaking point day in and day out; however, most invest in wrist supports only after the onset of pain.  The human hand – made up of the wrist, palm, and fingers – consists of 27 bones, 27 joints, 34 muscles, and over 100 ligaments and tendons. Taking the rest of the arm into account adds 23 more muscles to the mix. All of these different parts must work together to perform any weight-bearing activity, so it’s no...

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