Beth wins Dancing on Ice

Kyla does an interview with Gymnastike. Anyone know what Gymnastike means?

An interview with Ameila Hundley.

Dear Sweet Kyla. I will send you ten bucks after every interview you do if you stop saying um. 🙂

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Gymnix results are as followed.

Here are videos filmed by Sere Powell on youtube.

IG article for the AA

IG Magazine Event Finals

Junior Team VT UB BB FX Total
1. Russia 41.132 37.866 40.165 38.866 158.029
2. Canada 42.632 36.100 36.965 40.400 156.097
3. Japan 42.333 36.199 39.699 37.765 155.996
4. France 41.366 36.832 37.232 37.399 152.829
5. Mixed 40.932 36.166 36.232 37.433 150.763
6. Belgium 40.432 36.199 36.199 37.566 150.396
7. Romania 26.532 34.866 40.166 37.066 138.630

Junior Cup VT UB BB FX Total
1. Anastasia Dmitrieva 5.0 13.966 5.2 13.000 5.6 13.966 5.3 12.900 53.832
1. Maria Bondareva 5.0 13.666 5.5 13.333 5.4 13.833 5.0 13.000 53.832
3. Yuki Uchiyama 5.0 14.200 5.7 13.633 5.5 12.300 5.3 12.866 52.999
4. Andreea Munteanu 5.0 13.866 5.0 10.800 5.7 14.033 5.4 13.833 52.532
5. Louise Vanhille 5.0 14.033 5.6 13.166 5.1 12.566 5.3 12.633 52.398
6. Heaven Latimer 4.8 13.700 4.9 12.100 5.4 12.166 5.5 14.000 51.966
7. Bérengère Fransolet 5.0 14.133 5.3 12.666 5.8 12.600 5.0 12.400 51.799
8. Rose-Kaying Woo 5.0 13.733 5.1 12.200 5.5 13.233 5.1 12.166 51.332
9. Brianna Clark 4.4 13.166 5.3 12.200 5.0 12.933 4.7 13.000 51.299
10. Shallon Olsen 5.8 14.666 5.5 11.800 5.9 11.866 5.5 12.766 51.098
11. Cristina Tudorache 4.0 12.666 5.0 12.266 5.4 13.300 4.6 12.300 50.532
12. Yekaterina Sokova 4.6 13.500 4.6 11.533 5.3 12.366 5.0 12.966 50.365
12. Laura Longueville 4.4 13.066 5.2 12.833 4.6 12.133 4.8 12.333 50.365
14. Emeline Magniant 5.0 13.900 5.0 11.733 5.5 12.333 5.4 12.333 50.299
15. Marina Kawasaki 5.2 14.000 5.1 10.800 5.3 13.000 4.8 12.266 50.066
16. Aleeza Yu 5.0 14.266 5.2 10.266 5.6 11.733 5.2 13.400 49.665
17. Sae Miyakama 5.0 13.300 3.5 11.766 4.9 12.733 5.2 11.766 49.565
18. Nathalie Wuytack 4.4 12.933 5.0 11.433 4.9 12.133 4.8 12.566 49.065
19. Sydney Townsend 5.0 14.133 4.9 11.133 5.7 10.866 5.4 12.800 48.932
20. Cindy Vandenhole 4.4 13.366 4.8 12.100 4.7 11.466 4.6 11.900 48.832
21. Yuna Hiraiwa 5.0 14.133 4.0 8.066 5.5 13.966 5.3 12.633 48.798
22. Grace Charpy 4.4 12.833 5.2 11.933 5.3 12.333 5.0 11.200 48.299
23. Rune Hermans 4.0 12.866 3.6 11.166 5.1 11.333 5.0 12.600 47.965
24. Clara Chambellant 5.0 13.433 4.8 11.266 5.4 10.466 4.8 12.433 47.598
25. Noémie Marrot 4.0 12.633 5.1 11.033 5.0 9.966 4.7 12.300 45.932
26. Laura Jurca 4.8 11.800 5.5 12.833 4.6 10.933 35.566
27. Polina Spirina 0.0 0.000 4.8 11.966 11.966

Junior Cup Vault Final Average
1. Shallon Olsen 13.367
2. Aleeza Yu 12.833
3. Andreea Munteanu 12.767
4. Anastasia Dmitrieva 12.200
5. Maria Bondareva 12.133

Junior Cup Uneven Bars Final D E ND Score
1. Yuki Uchiyama 5.7 8.200 13.900
2. Louise Vanhille 5.7 7.800 13.500
3. Bérengère Fransolet 5.2 7.800 13.000
3. Anastasia Dmitrieva 5.2 7.800 13.000
5. Laura Longueville 5.1 7.866 12.966
6. Cristina Tudorache 5.0 7.800 12.800
7. Rose-Kaying Woo 5.1 7.433 12.533
8. Maria Bondareva 4.7 6.800 11.500

Junior Cup Balance Beam Final D E ND Score
1. Andreea Munteanu 5.8 8.466 14.266
2. Maria Bondareva 5.5 8.633 14.133
3. Rose-Kaying Woo 5.6 8.100 13.700
4. Anastasia Dmitrieva 5.5 7.500 13.000
5. Cristina Tudorache 5.4 7.500 12.900
6. Yuna Hiraiwa 5.5 7.333 12.833
7. Marina Kawasaki 5.1 7.466 12.566
8. Bérengère Fransolet 5.9 6.200 12.100

Junior Cup Floor Exercise Final D E ND Score
1. Andreea Munteanu 5.4 8.433 13.833
2. Heaven Latimer 5.6 8.100 13.700
3. Yuki Uchiyama 5.4 8.200 13.600
4. Maria Bondareva 5.2 8.133 0.1 13.233
5. Yuna Hiraiwa 5.3 7.500 12.800
5. Anastasia Dmitrieva 5.4 7.700 0.3 12.800
7. Rune Hermans 4.8 7.466 12.266
8. Aleeza Yu 5.1 7.266 0.3 12.066

Senior AA

1. Victoria-Kayen Woo Gym-Richelieu 5.0 14.266 5.1 13.600 4.6 12.400 4.7 12.666 52.932
2. Sabrina Gill Futures 5.3 14.500 5.8 12.700 5.2 12.900 5.4 12.566 52.666
3. Jordyn Pedersen Futures 5.0 13.866 5.4 11.766 5.4 12.466 5.5 12.733 50.831
4. Casey Carvalho Futures 5.0 13.533 4.6 11.900 5.5 12.833 5.6 11.900 50.166
5. Silvia Colussi-Pelaez Spain 5.0 13.766 5.5 11.333 6.0 13.033 4.8 11.866 49.998
6. Mariana Colussi-Pelaez Futures 5.0 13.900 4.3 11.766 4.6 11.533 5.1 12.600 49.799
7. Sydney McEachern Springers 5.0 13.933 4.1 11.266 4.8 11.733 5.1 12.700 49.632
8. Morgane Detrez France 4.4 13.566 3.6 10.733 5.4 12.966 5.0 12.200 49.465
9. Kirsten Peterman Futures 5.0 13.900 4.9 12.633 5.0 10.200 5.2 12.566 49.299
10. Isabela Onyshko Brandon Eagles 5.0 13.700 5.3 11.666 5.1 11.800 5.0 11.966 49.132
11. Oréane Léchenault France 4.4 13.266 4.2 11.300 5.0 11.866 4.6 12.533 48.965
12. Laura Waem Belgium 5.0 13.333 4.9 12.900 4.9 10.800 5.0 11.566 48.599
13. Megan Roberts East York 5.0 13.866 4.3 11.700 5.0 10.100 5.1 12.766 48.432
14. Toni-Ann Williams Jamaica 5.0 14.233 3.7 9.166 5.6 13.133 5.5 11.633 48.165
15. Audrey Rousseau Equilibrix 4.4 13.533 2.9 10.100 4.8 12.100 4.7 12.366 48.099
16. Marine Boyer France 4.2 12.100 3.4 10.966 4.6 11.733 4.8 13.066 47.865
17. Nicole Chow TAG 4.4 13.000 3.2 10.800 5.3 11.666 4.6 12.200 47.666
18. Stefanie Merkle Revolution 5.0 13.766 4.5 9.800 5.2 10.633 5.3 13.000 47.199
19. Camille Bahl France 4.4 13.266 3.9 10.566 5.0 9.700 5.0 11.800 45.332
19. Amara Cipollina France 4.0 12.166 4.7 10.900 4.6 11.133 4.4 11.133 45.332
20. Angel Zhong Omega 5.0 13.400 3.4 9.066 5.3 10.133 5.3 12.200 44.799
21. Andreanne Belley Gym-Richelieu 4.0 12.566 4.0 10.300 4.4 10.700 4.5 11.100 44.666
22. Samantha Haghighat-Joo Omega 4.8 13.633 2.5 8.900 5.3 9.600 5.0 11.766 43.899
23. Taylor Chan Tag 5.0 13.966 3.9 6.900 4.8 11.000 5.1 11.966 43.832
24. Camille Jacquin Belgium 2.4 11.133 1.4 9.933 3.5 10.933 3.2 10.933 42.932
25. Coline Devillard France 4.6 13.133 3.3 7.300 5.1 10.100 4.6 10.466 40.999
26. Andrea Camino Bonicelli Peru 4.7 12.100 4.4 8.366 4.2 9.266 4.6 11.100 40.832
27. Emily Lennon Gymtastics 5.0 13.933 5.6 12.900 5.2 12.966 39.799
28. Talia Chiarelli Bluewater 5.0 13.600 4.9 11.966 5.4 13.200 38.766
29. Helody Cyrenne Gym-Fly 5.0 13.933 0.0 0.000 4.9 11.400 25.333
30. Loan His France 0.0 0.000 4.7 12.833 5.0 11.433 24.266
31. Kaitlyn Hofland Futures 5.8 11.033 11.033

Senior Event Finals

Senior Challenge Vault Final Average
1. Kirsten Peterman Futures 12.567
2. Victoria-Kayen Woo Gym-Richelieu 12.533
3. Morgane Detrez France 12.400
4. Jordyn Pedersen Futures 12.333
5. Emily Lennon Gymtastics 12.233
6. Samantha Haghighat-Joo Omega 11.900
7. Taylor Chan TAG 11.467
8. Audrey Rousseau Equilibrix 10.967

Senior Challenge Uneven Bars Final Score
1. Victoria-Kayen Woo Gym-Richelieu 5.1 8.233 13.333
1. Silvia Colussi-Pelaez Spain 5.4 7.933 13.333
3. Sabrina Gill Futures 5.1 8.166 13.266
4. Loan His France 4.7 8.266 12.966
5. Kirsten Peterman Futures 4.9 7.900 12.800
6. Laura Waem Belgium 4.9 7.033 11.933
7. Jordyn Pedersen Futures 5.4 6.466 11.866
8. Casey Carvalho Futures 4.6 7.233 11.833
9. Mariana Colussi-Pelaez Futures 4.3 7.433 11.733
10. Megan Roberts East York 4.3 7.000 11.300

Senior Challenge Balance Beam Final D E ND Score
1. Jordyn Pedersen Futures 5.4 7.800 13.200
2. Morgane Detrez France 5.4 7.766 13.166
3. Sabrina Gill Futures 5.2 7.933 13.133
4. Victoria-Kayen Woo Gym-Richelieu 5.1 8.000 13.100
4. Laura Waem Belgium 5.3 7.800 13.100
5. Silvia Colussi-Pelaez Spain 6.0 7.100 13.100
7. Toni-Ann Williams Jamaica 5.5 7.233 12.733
8. Emily Lennon Gymtastics 5.6 7.133 12.733
9. Casey Carvalho Futures 5.1 6.866 11.966
10. Isabela Onyshko Brandon Eagles 4.5 6.266 10.766

Senior Challenge Floor Exercise Final D E ND Score
1. Talia Chiarelli Bluewater 5.4 7.933 13.333
2. Stefanie Merkle Revolution 5.4 7.666 13.066
3. Victoria-Kayen WooGym-Richelieu 4.7 8.333 13.033
4. Toni-Ann Williams Jamaica 5.3 7.400 12.700
5. Megan Roberts East York 5.1 7.433 12.533
6. Emily Lennon Gymtastics 5.2 7.400 0.1 12.500
7. Oréane Léchenault France 4.8 7.466 12.266
8. Marine Boyer France 4.9 6.666 11.566
9. Jordyn Pedersen Futures 5.5 6.233 0.3 11.433
10. Sydney McEachern Springers 5.1 6.700 0.4 11.400

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63 Responses to “Beth wins Dancing on Ice”

  1. GymMom Says:

    Congratulations to Beth!!!

  2. sanitynmotion Says:

    I can’t really hear what Amelia is even saying, hahaha…my speakers suck though.

    I counted 12 um’s in Kyla’s interview, lol. Those were the obvious ones too! I love Kyla but her um’s are just…I laugh about it now, I just hope she grows away from them eventually. 🙂

    Good for Beth for winning. Is that a popular show in the UK?

    • gingercrush Says:

      Yes the UK may be known for some quality TV but they sure do indulge in some crappy tv too.

    • sainabou nyang Says:

      I couldn’t hear what Ameila was saying either.

      I saw the Kyla interview in gymnastike but it was kind of boring. Nothing i haven’t heard before. Even Kyla looked a little with the interview. Lol

  3. GymMom Says:

    GTT I read on Aly’s Twitter about the paparazzi being in Needham? Ha ha Good thing she’s leaving for LA. It sounded like Aly was surprised.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      I read that too I actually saw a photographer follow around Ben Affleck one time close too Needham. Its more common than Aly thinks.lol

  4. exgymgurl Says:

    The $10 would be an NCAA rules violation…

  5. exgymgurl Says:

    Good for Beth!!!!! Gymnastike means lame stupid interview, and not even in a fun campy way like this floor by talia

    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=muWPKzO0JmU&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DmuWPKzO0JmU

  6. icemeltsfast Says:

    If I read it slowly & think about it, it’s like a variation of the word “gymnastics” –> gymnastic –> gymnastike.

    But usually, it just looks like “Gym Strike” to me.

  7. gingercrush Says:

    [quote]If you could change anything either in the sport or the code, what would it be and why?

    I think, as we learned with this Olympics, the two-per-country rule. I know that it definitely hurt Jordyn and it sort of hurt me on beam finals, too. At first everyone was kind of upset about that but it’s been a rule for awhile so you have to accept the fact.[quote]

    http://www.thecouchgymnast.com/ten-questions-with-kyla-ross-2/

    Kyla rocks but she really really needs to upgrade otherwise she is going to struggle.

  8. gingercrush Says:

    Any thoughts of these juniors at Gymnix? The difference in difficulty between these gymnasts and the Americans are rather striking and to be honest scary.

    Doesn’t necessarily matter as in four years time they’ll surely upgrade. But does one need the difficulty early or later? And are Romania similar to the Chinese in upgrading their skills relatively late.

    • Case Says:

      I like what I’ve seen of Shallon Olson. Catherine, do you have any more insight on her?

    • Catherine Says:

      I really enjoyed Andreea Munteanu last year and she has improved a lot. Faulous beam, and I’m loving her extension, leaps and toepoint. She puts Iordache to shame in that regard. She turns senior next year. She had a disaster on bars, if she had scored 13 on them she would have won the AA by a huge amount. Iridon didn’t get a visa in time so they only had 3 for team finals and Jurca aggravated an injury during floor and then scratched vault, which is why the score is so low. But Munteanu dragged plenty of glory all the same, gold on floor and beam and bronze on vault in EF. Very impressed with her.

      Shallom Olsen has enormous talent and consistency. Unfortunately her form is bad and deteriorating. Her vault, which she has use for years despite not turning senior until 2016 is still impressive but her other events are a little tough to watch. Her coaches seem to be more concerned with her difficulty than her inabilty to nail basics, she has a double double, piked full in, Onodi, DTY etc. but can’t do a giant full turn without leaving herself open to massive deductions.

      I loved Maria Bondareva, but I expected to. Anastasia Dmitrieva and Yuki Uchiyama were more of a delightful surprise. Bondareva is quite rightly seen as the main Rio hope of the juniors.

  9. gingercrush Says:

    Hmm yes she is quite good. I dunno though people in the gymnastics world loved to go on and on and on and on about Peng Peng (Christine) Lee. Like how she would have had an amazing Olympics experience and would have made an event final. I just don’t see it and it often appeared she would chuck skills in for the sake of doing so. Anyone else and they’d be criticised for it yet.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      YES, I am glad someone agree’s with me about Peng Peng

      • Catherine Says:

        Bit of a heady combination she had going on. Some very rare skills, decent dance on floor and good difficulty, enormous shit eating endearing smile when performing, nice cutesy genuine personality and then that time when she fell apart at 2007 pan ams and was either booed or laughed at, can’t remember which- so she has the sympathy vote too from fans who know about that.

        I did like her and her skill selection, sad she was injured for London and looking forward to seeing her at UCLA. I have a feeling she could be Zam’s replacement as team carrier. But I’m not overly obsessed with her…

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        More like Zams replacement as most overscored.

        Never got the Christina hype, honestly I don’t get the Canada hype. The only one I had hope for Canada
        was Moors on floor and she was very underwhelming in person.

      • mimi Says:

        i thought i was the only person on earth who wasn’t wowed by victoria moors’ floor. i mean it’s watchable and pretty and everything, but it’s not out of this world fantastic or miles ahead of any other gymnast.

        that said, im not anywhere near as gym-educated as the rest of you!

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I liked it on youtube and she impressed me from the beginning but watching it live was boring. It was not nearly as impressive

    • icemeltsfast Says:

      She wears a flower in her hair and does flairs on beam (which gets 0 credit but contributes to artistry, probably). She’s like the hipster? lol, she is unique, I’ll give her that. The beam field was weak in London, imo, so maybe she would have made the EF if she had hit?

  10. exgymgurl Says:

    https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130311154555-1940438-think-like-a-baseball-player-not-a-gymnast?_mSplash=1

    This is the most awful article / blog ever….. what a misogynist…. and love how the gymnastics judge tore him down…. he didnt even research this and hes the CEO of a company?

    • katecoursey Says:

      Lol pretty much all of the comments are tearing him down….good for them.

    • exgymgurl Says:

      He’s so absolutely misguided, I question how you get to be CEO if you cant do proper background research on a blog. I wish all the teens on the gymternet were on linkedin to tear into this guy. On linkedin because your name is tied to your profile and your job and all of your contacts I think you end up being more polite. I need some gymmoms to get ahold of this guy too for putting down the mentality of this sport. I mean its obvious he loves baseball and knew that, but he did nothing to learn at all about gymnastics.

      • icemeltsfast Says:

        lol this analogy was absolute BS. He probably watches gymnastics every four years and missed out on 2008 and 2012.

        This is actually a recurrent circumstance though. Most people don’t get that gymnastics requires 8-12 hours of training per day x 6 days/week. I’ve met many people who dismiss it as a “wussy sport.” Personally, I’ve always found baseball to be the least athletic of the popular sports– at least, it requires the least aerobic ability, right?

      • exgymgurl Says:

        I loved the way that one lady who is a judge just told him look it doesnt hold up… hes basically saying gymnasts are just praying they dont screw up… its such crap

      • icemeltsfast Says:

        Actually, I take back what I said about him missing the last two Olympics. His claim: “A gymnast enters every competition with a perfect 10. As they conduct their routine, points are deducted for mistakes. As a result, the gymnast’s goal is to avoid making any mistakes.”

        I am beginning to think that he probably watched the London OG– NBC’s version, where they do the whole “max points of the routine” minus “all the deductions” = total score. Now if only he mentioned the green, yellow, and red color coding…

      • terrigymfan Says:

        Yes I can’t stand it when somebody with only superficial knowledge about something makes these grand statements about it. I know in the old days they reserved 0.4 points out of 10.0 for doing exceptional things. So in theory if you just did your routine flawlessly – without making mistakes – the max you could get was 9.6.

        Under the current Code of Points doing something difficult (not just avoiding mistakes) is taken into account by the D score. Does anybody know if they also reserve 0.4 points in the E score for doing exceptional things (again, not just avoiding mistakes)?

        And of course this doesn’t take into account that the scoring in gymnastics is subjective so no matter how the system is set up gymnasts who take risks and succeed are going to be rewarded over those who just play it safe. This doesn’t mean the judges don’t screw up and aren’t biased and all that, but saying you are just rewarded for playing it safe is absolute nonsense.

      • Exgymgurl Says:

        Yes terrigymfan thats true. I think this guy did zero research. The whole article about gymnast mindset is awful he has no clue. Apparently thats how he runs intuit.

  11. JAS4 Says:

    I hope Amelia does well this quad. She just always seems so happy to be competing and as far as her gymnastics she seems to be kind of between Chellsie Memmel and Jordyn Wieber

  12. Biyatch Says:

    I like how kyla’s interview is basically like yeah i got screwed too and no one gave a crap like they did with jordyn.

    • sanitynmotion Says:

      Yeah and we all know that if Aly had been the one that was screwed nobody would have cared/said anything either. It was expected pretty much that Aly wouldn’t make the AA – that we’d see another face off of Gabby vs. Jordyn…

      • Biyatch Says:

        You wonder what would have been the response had gabby fell off beam (or split it as in the case of ef) and it had been Jo & Aly. Status quo from 2011…

  13. Biyatch Says:

    LOL Aly. To be honest that clip is kind of better then I expected.

    • Gymbee Says:

      Thanks for sharing!! Im excited to see her dances.

      • Gymbee Says:

        Ugh wrote that comment before I hit “play”. Not available in my country buuuh.

      • GymMom Says:

        Is everyone going to be watching DWTS? I usually watch the first week to pick out the winner. I will be interested to see Aly and Dorthy Hamil.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I’ll be watching for Aly but how long I will be watching is a another story. I usually get bored and watch on youtube later

      • GymMom Says:

        When is DWTS on where you live?

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I am not sure. I think Mondays at 8. I live in Boston so that is eastern

      • Gymbee Says:

        Youtube for me 🙂 I did once see an episode of the american DWTS on a channel over here, but it was about 2 weeks delayed. What is Aly doing in the video? Actual dancing?

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Mostly taking but a little rehersal footage. I think this will be good for her. Mark was teaching her form. lol

    • GymAnon Says:

      I thought that would be more cringe-inducing, lol. I will probably cringe at the actual dances but that was pretty cute. British accent = no monotone, at least.

    • sainabou nyang Says:

      Who is this aly and what has she done with monotone voice? Lol

      • GymMom Says:

        Aly seems to have grown up alot & she comes across as very confident. And yeah she is less monotone.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      You people beat me to this. Damn working for a living. Thanks 🙂

  14. GymMom Says:

    Watching Aly interact with her partner Mark Ballas, it’s clear they have made a connection(platonic), which will drive Shawn crazy! It was really weird last season the way Shawn tried to befriend Maria Menunous, from the Extra tv show because her & Derek were close. Ha ha. Derek appeared somewhere where Maria was reporting for Extra. Shawn showed up wearing almost the exact same outfit as Maria. Creepy! I bet Shawn will be stalking DWTS this season. She will find some way to be in front of the camera there. Stay tuned!

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