Where Are Famous Gymnasts Now?
What are famous gymnasts of the past doing now? We follow up with Mary Lou Retton, Nadia Comaneci, Bart Conner, Carly Patterson, and more.
Lola Lafon: "Nadie debe decidir que el cuerpo femenino tiene fecha de caducidad"
Nadia Comaneci fue una gimnasta prodigiosa, única, perfecta... hasta que dejó de ser una niña. La autora Lola Lafon se inspira en la figura de esta deportista prodigio para ...
Follow the careers of great gymnasts from Nadia Comaneci to Kohei Uchimura and Simone Biles. Learn about their paths to success, medals, and specialties with these biographic profiles.
Nadia Comaneci #2
In October '77, I was invited to photograph Nadia Comaneci during her practice session for an appearance at the Hartford Civic Center. If you're old enough, you'll never forget the multiple perfect 10 scores she received at the '76 Olympics, which showed up as the single digit "1" on the scoreboard (there was no provision for a ten). Here she is waiting on the sidelines, keeping limber with the occasional twist or stretch. This is my favorite of these two shots.
A blog made by a nostalgic gym fan. I do not own any of the pictures. This is for all those gymnasts who made this sport truly artistic.
This Day in History: Jul 18, 1976: Nadia Comăneci - first person in Olympic Games history to score a perfect 10
Nadia Elena Comăneci , ( born November 12, 1961) is a Romanian gymnast, winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal and the first female gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She also won two gold medals at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. She is one of the best-known gymnasts in the world. In 2000 Comăneci was named as one of the athletes of the century by the Laureus World Sports Academy. Nadia Comăneci was…
¡Mujeres de podium! Ganadoras olímpicas que han hecho historia
Ganadoras olímpicas que han hecho historiaSiempre que hablamos de deporte profesional nos hacemos la misma pregunta ¿a cuántos campeones olímpicos podrías citar? Seg...