Aww! Aren't these two the CUTEST?
Gymnastics News Archive
Uhhhh… What the freak is going on here?!? LOLz
We know gymnasts are AH-MAYZING at doing front tucks, leaps and round offs, but who would've thought that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Men's Gymnastics team could do their own rendition of the Harlem Shake — half nekkid?!?
We're definitely NOT hating on these hotties 'cuz they killed the moves while still working a balance beam and gracefully hitting up their bars, so even though they stuck their hands up their shorts, it's completely ok with us!!
Ch-ch-check out the Nebraska men getting their Harlem Shake on above!!
After the tragedy in Newtown, everyone there could use a little distraction, especially the kids.
Luckily, Olympian Aly Raisman has an incredible heart, and took it upon herself to make a little visit!
Here's what she said about the stop:
Gabby Douglas is cleaning it up with the 'Female Athlete of the Year' type awardz!!
We previously mentioned that Gabby was named Sportswoman of the Year by the Women’s Sports Foundation!
Now The Associated Press has named her female athlete of the year!!!
In the video (above), the Olympic gold medalist talks about her relationship with her estranged pops, opens up about her book, but most importantly shows Wendy how to werk it out the balance beam!!!
Ready to see Miz Williams
fall flat on her face walk?!? Hit that play button!!
We LOVE us some Gabby Douglas around here. She's inspiring, strong, and one badass girl.
Having said that, we have two questions about this memoir:
1. How old is she? Why is she writing a memoir so early??
2. HOW DID SHE FIND THE TIME TO DO THIS??
Seriously! The girl has been going NON-STOP since the Olympics — how in the world did she find time to write an entire memoir??
Gabby Douglas was thiiiiiiis close to being committed to an insane asylum last year when she told her coaches and her family that she was going to quit gymnastics and try and get a real job — at Chik-fil-A.
Here's what she says about it, which isn't much. We wouldn't want to think about what might've been either: