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Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Struggling to Survive Amid Pandemic

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Collegiate Men’s Gymnastics Struggling to Survive Amid Pandemic
Universities have been cutting men’s gymnastics from collegiate athletics as a result of the economic difficulties stemming from COVID-19. Schools including University of Minnesota, University of Iowa, and the College of William and Mary have decided to end their programs, and unfortunately more may follow. 

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US Athletes Prepare for Return to Competition at friendly “Friendship and Solidarity Competition”

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US Athletes Prepare for Return to Competition at friendly “Friendship and Solidarity Competition”

The world was watching as six U.S. gymnasts took part in a competition on Sunday, November 8th in Tokyo. The Friendship and Solidarity event implemented strict COVID-19 safety protocols that could serve as a foundation for the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games and also featured gymnasts from China, Japan, and Russia.

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Breaking in New Grips

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Breaking in New Grips

You just got your new grips - now what?

We get it. You’re antsy and want to start using your grips immediately. But you can’t just strap them on and start practicing.  The leather on gymnastics grips can be stiff, and you need to break it in to get the best and safest experience from your new grips.

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Annabelle Duffy - Tumbler - US Glove Brand Ambassador

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Annabelle Duffy - Tumbler - US Glove Brand Ambassador

Australian native, Annabelle Duffy is a self taught tumbler who embodies the kind of determination and courage that we at US Glove consider to be superpowers.  We are incredibly lucky that Annabelle is a part of the US Glove Brand Ambassador family!  #unleashyoursuperpower

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Luca Marz – Dancer - US Glove Brand Ambassador

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Luca Marz – Dancer - US Glove Brand Ambassador

At the age of five, Luca Marz followed in the footsteps of his sister and entered the world of dance. Nearly a decade later, the Chicagoland-native has forged his own identity within the sport—all while teaching himself how to tumble on the side.

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