Little Sis… Big Sis…Sofia and Nica Hults

Little Sis…

Nica’s little sister is too cute for words. This is better choreographed then all the stuff the senior National team competed last year and better performed too.  My fave floor routine of the year.

Big  sis….

Emily Gaskins interview. Steve Nunno’s comment is

It’s only a 3 minute run and you get amnesia half way

The other gymnast mentioned is Kyrie Lowe. She also trains part time with Steve. I didn’t know he owned 4 gyms in Florida.

1st camp pf 2017.

Shania Adams, Buckeye
Jade Carey, Oasis
Jordan Chiles, Naydenov
Christina Desidero, Parkettes
Olivia Dunne, ENA Paramus
Norah Flatley, Chow’s
Jazmyn Foberg, MG Elite
Margzetta Frazier, Parkettes
Emily Gaskins, Cincinnati
Morgan Hurd, First State
Madeleine Johnston, Hill’s
Shilese Jones, Buckeye
Adeline Kenlin, Iowa Gym-Nest
Sunisa Lee, Midwest Gymnastics
Lauren Little, Everest
Ashton Locklear, Everest
Emma Malabuyo, Texas Dreams
Jaymes Marshall, TIGAR
Riley McCusker, MG Elite
Victoria Nguyen, Chow’s 
Marissa Oakley, Everest
Maile O’Keefe, Salcianu Elite
Abby Paulson, Twin City Twisters
Gabby Perea, Legacy Elite
Lexy Ramler, Kidsport LLC
Emily Schild, Everest Gymnastics
Alyona Shchennikova, 5280 Gymnastics
Ragan Smith, Texas Dreams
Tori Tatum, Twin City Twisters
Trinity Thomas, Prestige 
Olivia Trautman, Twin City Twisters


70 Responses to “Little Sis… Big Sis…Sofia and Nica Hults”

  1. dianajc99 Says:

    Is SJ sharp injured?

  2. dianajc99 Says:

  3. Gymnast41 Says:

    Now that was a floor routine worth watching!!! Wow, and she’s so clean too! I almost hope she doesn’t go too far too fast just so we can see her grow into the best gymnast she can be and not get injured. She definitely has a bright future.

  4. JAS4 Says:
    Need from camp

    • JAS4 Says:

      News* (auto correct issues 😂)

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Anna likes to call herself an Olympian so my guess is this gymnast finished like second to last and Anna the idiot misspoke 😉

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      Shawn is going to be one of Nastia’s bridesmaids because she has no real friends lol

      • Guest Says:

        Also Carly Patterson is bridesmaid too. Just curious that how many of her former teammates will be on the list.

      • dianajc99 Says:

        Nini kim for sure maybe bross

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Why just because they went to the same gym? Nina has been her friend for years . Daddy paid for everything why not but I don’t think Nastia was in Carly wedding.

      • Guest Says:

        I think Bross may not especially how Valeri treated her in training and recovery after her injury and his daughter’s so called comeback.

      • SS Says:

        I’m pretty sure Nina is MOH. In this case it makes sense that they are all gymnasts. She’s an only child who’s dad owns the gym and went to a gymnastics-sponsored private school. Honestly, where else would she meet friends? Maybe NYU but she travels so much I doubt it.

      • Gymbee Says:

        When Nastia first got engaged she was referring to that other blonde woman as her MOH. What was her name again… the one who featured A LOT in her photos about a year ago, Liz?

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I don’t think they are friends anymore. Her name was Liz. I think Liz quit her job to help Nastia and that tour and then Nastia sold her out . Someone sent me an e-mail about a falling out they had. I heard they weren’t “friends” anymore.

      • Gymbee Says:

        I looked at her instagram yesterday, and before, her whole life seemed to revolve around Nastia. Now they’re not following each other on IG anymore. I guess she got fired from MOH duty. (yes I am at work procrastinating haha.)

  5. gymtruthteller Says:

    Kyla just got a 10 on bars.

  6. gymtruthteller Says:

    Utah scores

    • JAS4 Says:

      I wonder if Skinner is still training elite as well?

      • SS Says:

        She should be, she looks the best she’s ever looked. But I can see her being completely into the college gym scene…this girl loves attention and she’s become a star at Utah already, really in the whole PAC-12 gym scene.

      • Case Says:

        Skinner is the one gymnast I’ve paid attention to in college this year. She has been fantastic!

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        She has been great. A lot of people are nit picking her but she is doing her elite difficulty in places. I really think she will try for Worlds this year.

      • Case Says:

        I hope she does. I think she could definitely shake things up at the ranch.

      • Exgymgurl Says:

        I’m kind of sad because to me it just proves how good Skinner could have been with the right type of coaching to get her to clean up. Her coach in Arizona seems like a moron.

  7. dianajc99 Says:

    ?? Dosent Bross still work for WOGA

  8. H Says:

    Have any of you seen recent routines by Marissa Oakley?
    She has switched gym to Everest.

    I am looking forward to seeing her and Jazmyn Foberg again.

    Wonder where they would be placed in the current mix

  9. Exgymgurl Says:

    I want to see what happens when Kyla and Ohashi get on floor. Kyla will be beating Kocian in AA at that point. Not really sure where Kocian head is because while she is consistent her execution doesn’t seem to improve.

  10. dianajc99 Says:

    and gabby throws the 2012 team under the bus

  11. Cupquaked Says:

    Simone is going to be a special correspondent for the Super Bowl with Inside Edition

  12. Gymnast41 Says:

    Rumor has it that Emily gaskins is back with MLT after a disastrous season with Steve Nunno and training with Christian… some sources insist that it’s true and there are pics but not totally sure.

  13. dianajc99 Says:

    was bored so I started watching this..
    OK Silivas has stated that she was 2 years under age for senior competition. If Bela was her coach in ROM he would have known her real age? Y not tell the FIG.

    • Exgymgurl Says:

      Because Bela would have lied about US girls if he could have and besides American cup wasn’t under FIG jurisdiction back then, they used to have juniors…. Jordyn Wieber won as a jr

  14. dianajc99 Says:

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Six gymnastics legends will be honored at the 21st annual International Gymnastics Hall of Fame (IGHOF) ceremony on Saturday, May 20, 2017, at the Petroleum Club in Oklahoma City.

    The IGHOF Class of 2017 Inductees are:

    Shun Fujimoto (Japan): Gold medalist at the 1976 Olympics
    Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan): 1992 Olympic gold medalist and 7-time Olympian
    Alexei Nemov (Russia): 2000 Olympic all-around champion and 12-time Olympic medalist
    Alicia Sacramone (USA): 4-time World champion and 2008 Olympic silver medalist


    • gymtruthteller Says:

      Hall of fame isn’t what it used to be. To me all these gymnastics HOF ‘s are a joke.

      • Melanie Says:

        Chusovitina is no joke, though I’m uninformed about the rest. I mean, I know plenty about Sacramone and ambivalent about her inclusion. But Chusovitina definitely deserves to be in the HOF – seven-time Olympian and counting?

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Chusovitna isn’t retired so her being on this list yet is what makes no sense to me. I also think I could find reasons to keep her out of an HOF because she had to switch countries to accomplish this feat. If she had stayed a Soviet or even with Russia she might not be on half those Olympic teams. She is pretty much a one event gymnast and last year had to throw a vault she barely ever landed to get there.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I have issues with USA-Gymnastics HOF and the way IG runs that HOF. There is no rhyme or reason to their inductions. To me a HOF is for gymnasts with legit medal counts. I think a good example is Dominique Dawes. She isn’t a HOFer to me and never will be. She accomplished a few medals and made 3 Olympics but there is nothing special about anything she did. Moceanu is anotehr one I don’t get being a HOFer ( Is she in the Gymnastic HOF or just USAG because if she is a HOF gymnast I will never understand) I would be one of those strict

      • Rocío Martínez López Says:

        Chuso should have all the honors this sport could give. She has an enormous merit. I don’t remember Fujimoto or Nemov, to be honest.

      • Melanie Says:

        Yeah, I guess she’s not retired and that’s an odd choice for the HOF, but she still deserves it. Chuso was born in Uzbekistan, so it never would have made sense for her to have to make a Russian team. As far as qualifying in Germany, that actually makes her more impressive as the competitive pool in Germany is much bigger than in Uzbekistan. She has no real competition in Uzbekistan and can make as many Olympics as she can qualify for. Which she has done every time, even while competing AA. She also has skills named for her on three of the four events, so while vault is obviously her most successful event, she’s more well-rounded than Sacramone, for example. Hope I don’t sound aggressive, I just think she definitely deserves the accolade.

      • gymnerd Says:

        I think Fujimoto is the guy you see in the old highlight reels, dismounting high bar and landing on a broken leg. He was Kerri Strug before Kerri was, and immediately retired. I’m not sure if this was a “clinch the gold” moment or not.

    • Exgymgurl Says:

      Sacramone is second in all time USA world championship medals to Simone and she dethroned Shannon millers reign at the top of that leaderboard for Marta when she got her fake medal in 2011 instead of them letting Anna li compete… that’s how she makes the HOF, Nastia is already in and she has more than Nastia

  15. gymtruthteller Says:

    Tell that to Roza Galiyava. She would have switched to Russia.

    • Melanie Says:

      Galieva also competed for Uzbekistan in 1993. When she moved to Russia and married there, she became a Russian citizen and competed for Russia. As far as I know, Chuso has shown no interest in competing for Russia, training in Russia, or being a Russian citizen. It’s not like the Belarus situation or anything.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Roza switched Countries to compete with better gymnasts . She didn’t want to get stuck competing for a Country with no shot at a medal . Oksana switched Countries because Germany basically bought her son’s life. When they didn’t want her she went where she could get a shot to compete .

      • Melanie Says:

        Galieva was already living and training in Russia, not to mention she is ethnically Russian. Where did she state that she chose to compete in Russian to have stronger competition? I won’t pretend to be an expert on Galieva.

        Chuso legally immigrated to Germany so her son could obtain better healthcare. Germany is a common destination for most of the former Eastern-bloc countries for medical care, and his was a serious condition needing long-term care. She did legally gain citizenship and trained and qualified in Germany, correct? It seems to me that Chuso has always chosen to compete for Uzbekistan when possible – except when her son’s health was a higher priority.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        The only reason she switched that one time was to help her son. The other reasons were for her to compete. Take any US gymnast on the National team and they could compete for any other country if they felt the need to keep switching Countries yet the one time 2 of them did all hell broke lose. It’s hypocritical and please don’t tell me she had a connection because she had no connection to Germany. She wanted them to buy her services. It helped her son so you can’t blame her but you can blame a system that allows her to be bought for any reason. As for Roza its just plain bull shit to make excuses for her move. It was all about competing for a team that actually had talent and you know it. I am against switching Countries for any reason.

      • Melanie Says:

        I’m against switching countries when you don’t even train or live in the country for which you are competing. The Belarus case is completely different from Chuso. Chuso did not move to Germany to compete gymnastics. She moved to obtain better healthcare for her son, and the only “job” she’s ever had is competing gymnastics for award money. Chuso also went through the normal citizenship channels, while Dickson and Kwan did not. I don’t understand your point about Chuso having no connection to Germany; she could have moved to any country with a weak team, including France, Italy, etc., but her reason for going to Germany was healthcare.

        I’m not making excuses for Galieva’s move. But, it was a move, correct – for her to be from Uzbekistan and then move to Russia to compete? Is that okay, in your opinion? (Don’t want to sound sarcastic, I really am enjoying the debate!)

        If I wanted to blame a system, I’d blame the horrendous healthcare offered in the former Soviet republics. Even Russia sends all their gymnasts to Germany for healthcare from physical therapy to surgeries, etc.

        Thank you for the opportunity to discuss something besides politics. I’m going to have to swear off social media soon.

      • Cupquaked Says:

        Chuso, on many occasions, has stated that she competed for Germany as a way of saying thank you for saving her sons life. She’s said numerous times that Germany was her last hope of saving her son. She did it as a thank you.

        I don’t have any problem with that. It’s not like Germany poached her or she switched simply to compete for Germany. She went through the legal and competition channels and earned her right on that team. They didn’t give her a place just for showing up. I hate that people get upset about her competing for Germany when it is completely different than most of why people switch.

        No one makes a big deal out of any of the ex gymnasts currently competeting for Azerbaijan so I don’t understand why people would criticize Chuso for temporarily switching.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        i make a big deal out of everyone switching Countries and Oksana competed for Germany because they paid for her child’s medical. She was bought any way you look at it.

  16. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Valentina says that she hopes that Mustafina will resume her training in the fall after the birth of her baby. But Musty have said that she would take at least two years’ break. Does Valentina see Russia’s team that bad that she wants to pressure Musty to come back so soon after giving birth?

  17. Exgymgurl Says:

    I think switching countries is great, I mean Albania Kwan from Belarus is competing all of one event at SEC powerhouse Kentucky…

  18. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Reykjavik International results: Eythora wins with low scores but a good one in beam (close to 15.000 with the new code), but Spiri still has a bad performance on bars.

  19. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Reykjavik videos. Spiri’s BB:

  20. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Spiri’s UB:

  21. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Spiri’s floor:

  22. Rocío Martínez López Says:

    Eythora’s bb:

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