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Twelve-year-old Austin Jones says there's something really cool about being able to do things most people can't even fathom. That's why he's loved gymnastics from the first time he tried it, when he was just a little tot of 4. "I remember just having
Patton along with Hinsdale Central's Brian Thompson and Wheaton co-op's David McDonald each scored a 9.55 to finish tied for first on the pommel horse in the boys gymnastics state finals Saturday night at Lincoln-Way East in Frankfort. "First is
Mauk sheepishly complied and then stood with each foot on a bar, with his arms crossed, looking like royalty. Mauk had all the reason to look like a king after conquering the parallel bars earlier with a state-record 9.90. Mauk's score helped Conant
The Patriots did give the Mustangs a run for their money, but they could not prevent Mundelein from winning its third straight conference crown, 148.75 to 146.4. Lake Park held off the host Raiders 132.7 to 131.4 for third place ahead of Libertyville
The Cougars are using it as motivation to get there this May, and they showed plenty of reasons during Saturday's Fred Dennis Invite at Addison Trail why they deserve to trek to Frankfort...Runner-up Lake Park was impressive in its own right with a
The Independent Conference boys gymnastics opener proved to be a proving ground for host Libertyville and Mundelein on Tuesday night. The visiting Mustangs took the equipment without top all-rounder Colin McCarthy, who missed the meet due to illness.
Even though it was the first meet of the boys gymnastics season for two of the three teams, there were some solid routines turned in Saturday morning at the Libertyville triple-dual meet. Naperville Central (2-1) made a small improvement from its
Feng won the Olympic title on parallel bars Tuesday, giving the Chinese men their third gymnastics gold medal, following the team competition and Zou Kai's win on floor exercise. And they may not be finished, with Zou still to come on high bar, where
George Eyser became famous by earning six medals in one day, including three gold and two silver medals in gymnastics. Ironically, Eyser competed with a wooden prosthesis for a left leg, having lost his real leg after being run over by a train.
Calif. (AP) — Danell Leyva completed an incredible journey Saturday, earning a spot on the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team almost 20 years after he and his family arrived from Cuba. Leyva edged U.S. champion John Orozco by almost a