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2015年レビュー!

05 Jan 2016 at 07:00
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The 2016 year has comeます。 It will definitely bring us new achievements and great resultsます。 But now let us recall all the significant moments of 2015ます。

A: Andrade: When Rebeca Andrade ruptured her ACL in June, Brazil was very close not to get a chance of qualifying a team to the 2016 Olympicsます。 After Flavia Saraiva had a bad day in Glasgow, the team finished ninth and missed an automatic berth by less than 0ます。50ます。 It is not going to be easy for the Brazilian team to get one of the four remaining team berth for the Olympics in Rioます。 Brazilian coach Alexander Alexandrov should breathe a little easier once that goal is reachedます。

B: Biles/Boorman: Simone and Aimee have been together since the beginning of Biles' gymnastics careerます。 They achieved three straight Uます。Sます。 and world all-around titles together — and Biles is still improvingます。 The Rio Olympics will be their biggest testます。

C: Compulsories: In December, the IG Facebook page featured two compulsory floor routines: Natalia Yurchenko (1985) and Vitaly Scherbo (1992)ます。 Of the 54 comments, only one was negativeます。 So it is troubling that the FIG Code of Points continues to promote the sport by counting a gymnasts' most difficult skills (8 for women, 10 for men)ます。 Until the Code requires beautiful basics, the routines will continue to resemble efforts of sheer survival instead of the mastery on display by Yurchenko and Scherboます。

"Getting rid of compulsories was the beginning of the end,"wrote Eric William Jonesます。 And from Robbie Bourassa: "I miss the artistic value of the routinesます。 No one is elegant or refined anymoreます。 It's all about the big tricksます。" Isn't it time the FIG listened to its fan base? They sure didn't when it came to dropping the 10ます。0ます。

D: Douglas: Defending Olympic champion Gabby Douglas flew below the radar at both the Uます。Sます。 championships, where she placed fifth, and the Glasgow worlds, where she won the all-around silverます。 Could she become the first woman to win consecutive Olympics since Vera Caslavska (1964-68)? She's got a chanceます。

E: Ellie Black: She became a major plaer on the world gymnastics scene having won five medals, three of them gold, at the Pan American Games in Torontoます。 She also led the team to an Olympic berth at the 2015 worlds, where Canada placed seventh (sixth in team finals)ます。

F: Florida/Faehn: Two days after she led her Florida Gators to their third straight NCAA team title, head coach Rhonda Faehn resigned to become Srます。 Vice President of the Women's Program for USA Gymnasticsます。

G: Glasgow: The organizers of the 2015 World Championships did a great job having created a fan-friendly event, but media were treated as an afterthoughtます。

H: Hernandez/Haney: Lauren Hernandez is specialます。 The 2015 Uます。Sます。 junior champion, who defeated best friend and defending champion Jazmyn Foberg by 0ます。10 last August, might be the most entertaining gymnast in the world on floor exerciseます。 And that's also a credit to her passionate coach, Maggie Haneyます。

I: Iordache: While she had a horrible day in qualifications at worlds, Larisa Iordache relied on experience to win the all-around bronzeます。 Since Romania placed 13th in Glasgow, Iordache definitely will be needed at the test event in Aprilます。

J: J-Lo: Venerable Venezuelan Jessica Lopez continues to represent South American gymnastics with class and graceます。 And at 29, she won the World Cup Series last March, which added 24,000 Swiss francs to her bank accountます。

K: Kenzo: On floor exercise, Kenzo Shirai has won two world titles and one silver medal as a teenagerます。 A Yokohama native whose parents are gymnastics coaches, Shirai excels at twisting elements, which may qualify as the biggest understatement of 2015ます。 His name is in the Code for a quadruple-twisting back layout and triple-twisting front layout, and he debuted a layout triple-double in Decemberます。 Does he really need six passes to prove he's the best on floor?

L: Larduet: Manrique Larduet has attitude and amplitude, and after the 19-year-old Cuban adds a little polish to his power, he'll likely be the next world or Olympic all-around championます。 Reallyます。

M: Mikulak: It is ironic that Sam Mikulak follows Larduet on this list, since many in the crowd at the 2015 Pan American Games thought he should have followed the Cuban in the all-aroundます。 Instead, Mikulak defeated Larduet by 0ます。05, and the latter went on to win the 2015 world silver while Mikulak nursed a slightly torn Achilles' tendon (triple full on floor)ます。 But Mikulak had shown his amazing abilities in August by running away with his third straight Uます。Sます。 title, the first three-peat since Paul Hamm (2002-04)ます。

N: Nichols: Maggie Nichols shone brightly in 2015ます。 She finished second to Simone Biles at the Uます。Sます。 championships, which is like winning in any other countryます。 And in her first worlds in Glasgow, she continued to glow with clutch performancesます。 That she did only three events in prelims but all four in team finals was telling — the explanation given, however, was thinner than a crepeます。 Creating lineups based on training should not supersede competitive routines in a televised meet with real judgesます。

O: Oklahoma: Heading into the NCAA championships, the Sooner men and women each had a chance to pull off the rare undefeated seasonます。 The men accomplished it, winning the NCAA team title by a landslide, but the women stumbled in their final meet, the Super Six Final, where they finished thirdます。 Still, to be in that position was remarkableます。

P: Paseka: Maria Paseka's vault gold in Glasgow was the first world title for a Russian woman since Aliya Mustafina's beam gold in 2013ます。 Her tears on the podium said it allます。

Q: Quit: We'll call it a retirement, which Canadian Victoria Moors announced at the Canadian championships in Mayます。 At age of 18, she told the Cambridge Times, among other reasons, that "there's nothing more I could accomplishます。" Moors' 10th all-around at the 2013 worlds was a record for a Canadian woman until Ellie Black placed ninth in 2014 and seventh in 2015ます。 Still, Moors, coached by Elvira Saadi, left her mark on the sport and her hame in the Code of Points — twice: double-twisting double layout on floor and an underswing to layout front-half dismount from uneven barsます。

R: Ruggeri: As alternate to three Uます。Sます。 world teams (2010, ’13, ’14), Paul Ruggeri chose to embrace the roleます。 "I realize that even being the alternate is something that many never accomplish," he rightly reasonedます。 When he finally was named to the 2015 team, he hit when it countedます。 He went four-for-four in team finals and the Uます。Sます。 men finished fifth, which was probably their ceiling in Glasgowます。

S: Sharp: The arrest and subsequent suicide of Marvin Sharp left the gymnastics world stunnedます。 On September 20, the day after he died, his top gymnast, 2009 world champion Bridget Sloan, aptly tweeted one word: speechlessます。

T: Tie: The four-way tie for the uneven bars gold in Glasgow can be taken in different ways: 1) Festive (Yippee, half the field won!); 2) Coincidence (What are the chances?); 3) Sad (We've heard of co-champions, but there is no term for four winnersます。 And there's a reason for thatます。); 4) Ridiculous (What are these judges getting paid for, anyway?)ます。

U: Uchimura: What else can be said about King Kohei? We're running out of superlatives to describe his seven-year winning streak that includes one Olympic and six straight world all-around titlesます。 Should he win the gold in Rio, he will match Japanese compatriot Sawao Kato's Olympic all-around feat of gold (1968), gold (1972), silver (1976), only in reverse orderます。 Uchimura can also be credited with taking some of the glare off Simone Biles, who is setting records of her ownます。

V: Vernyayev: For the second worlds in a row, Oleg Vernyayev faltered to fourth in the all-aroundます。 In between, however, he was superman, winning the World Cup series, the European championships, the European Games and the University Gamesます。 Still considered a candidate to end Kohei Uchimura's winning streak, Vernyayev will have another chance at the Olympicsます。 Will hard luck follow the Ukrainian to Rio?

W: Whitlock A year after winning the all-around silver at the world championships, Max Whitlock edged teammate Louis Smith on pommel horse at the Glasgow worlds to become the first male world champion from Great Britainます。

X: X: The Roman numeral for 10, which is sorely missed as the international brand of gymnasticsます。 To fill that void, let's celebrate the 10 world gold medals of both Kohei Uchimura and Simone Bilesます。 Biles' 10, which she earned in just three years, is an all-time record for women's gymnasticsます。

Y: You: (No, not youます。) The most successful Chinese gymnast in Glasgow, You Hao won the parallel bars gold, the rings silver and the team bronzeます。 He was one of the few Chinese men to show clean lines, and he had the highest D-scores in both of his apparatus finalsます。

Z: Zonderland: Epke Zonderland of the Netherlands has risen to such a level that even his failures are notableます。 In Glasgow, the defending world and Olympic high bar champion did not qualify to the high bar finalます。 It was his first absence from the world and Olympic high bar finals since 2006ます。 As of now, he has not qualified to Rioます。

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