Mai Murakami displayed some really great tumbling at this weeks NHK Trophy, tumbling her way onto Japan’s olympics team #Finally. So glad that she is pretty much back to form. I do miss her triple full dismount but her double double and 2 ½ to Front 1/1 are just #goals
Here’s the second part of my bookbinding adventures! ahaha. Seriously, there a loooooot of other different types of binding/sewing we were taught (we worked with coptic stitch japanese stitch, japanese stab stitch y diente de perro (no idea what’s the translation of this one either sorry)) And I was gonna show them to y'all but I gotta go do some homework im sorry u guyssss see u later (●´□`)♡
(b. 1972) is a Romanian gymnast known as one of the most skilled and
decorated women in the sport. She is most famous for being the only gymnast of
either gender to win a medal in every single event during the 1988 Summer
Olympics, where she earned 7 perfect 10 scores.
Throughout her career she won six individual World Championship titles,
the 1987 European all-around title, and 29 medals. She is the youngest person
to ever be inducted in the International Gymnastics Hall of Fame.
Hands down one of the best FX rotations in the history of this sport
From the innovative tumbling, through the originality of every routine (each one was different from the other), to the perfect presentation and the quality of their work. Only the 1989 and 1980 Soviets could match this.
From Golea’s famous train routine
To the veteran Kati Szabo’s tango
To probably the most original floor routine ever (imagine a 90′s Romanian doing this, I hate you, Octavian Bellu)
To Dobre’s pop masterpiece
And finally the icing on the cake, probably my favourite floor routine ever along with Omelianchik’s Birdie and Naimushina’s Kalinka. No words can describe this.
* Tumblr only allowed me to post five videos, so sadly I had to leave Popa’s out