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soft. Immediately after Kim dismounted, the music became very loud, almo st so loud that it hurt the ears. Scores on floor were 9 .1 for Ann, 9.05 for Barbie and 9.0 llo• CO!l for Jodi. On vaulting, the judges seemed to like Noa, pr6a oll! Jf Barbie's handspring front . The first one she landed on her seat but the second she 1 na lfelll landed well and although she placed one · 2 Gorb11' Lidia hand down with support she st ill scored J Xnal Olga 9.0, which I felt was a good score. Jodie 4 !egU&OTa LllboT had a slight prob lem twisting too early . 5 Glebova A.lltoaiu. She was given an 8.8 for her handspring 6 Gehr.1.aeh Keib full. Ann's cartwheel back received a 7 E.uaniM. Tuan. 9 .25 . She has a problem kicking it out a Carr Au and landing_iLgraight and when she - - -9 'l'waoTa Zd•na learns to do this I'm sure she'l l receive a 10 cou~utia Jlariana better score. 11 Saollll8r AAnA As it worked out, Nelli Kim had a 38.3 12 .tu.w:hczak .r~a in the all around, followed by four other 13 .lloldny Jllliit Russians. The fifth place Russian had a 14 Gabor G.org•b 37.3. Then the East German in our sq uad 15 De Ke\U:eleir. J04tll.e finished 6th with 36.8. Th en another 1G T.maCC\ Gabrhla Russian followed with 36.75 and Ann 17 Ishiau.1:'9. llil.chiko finished 8th with 36.2. We were real ly 18 Guile ba working to pull scores . Barbie finished in 19 JIJ'9 le.k: Bar\lh 18th place with 34.75. Jodie had 34.65 20 AlldiJi Hadiae and finished in 22nd. Our girls did a 21 Cabell c. Isab:ll commendab le job, especially con sidering 22 TOC<IR Judy the problems of adjusting to time changes 23 Ma•~ Ev!!. and new equipment. 24 Skau L1.ll Equipm ent was definitely an 25 Souknpova VaolaTa important factor. The girls competed on a 26 B9ntohGT& Harie~ vinyl covered beam which Ann said was 2? Ze Iwa Khj. much springier and difficult to use . The 28 lfi4-r Ella rails on the bars were smaller and also 29 Kalcaaara llioko JO Deklcer J.aa much livelier . The board for vaulting had 31 Rol.aen Ull.lli a much higher arc than we were used to 32 B11Cci Stef"ania working with in thi s country . The on ly 33 Van de n Brillk Petra board which is perhaps similar is the new 34 Cruz ata Vic en11a American board, onl y w ithout th e metal 35 Codat o s.areue lla part. All th ese factors must be kept in 36 Bartlett Lesley_ mind wh en evaluatin g a perform ance. 37 Avila Leoaor The following af terno on both th e 38 Seggiaro Chantal• men's and women's finals were held. Six 39 Adderley Ruth Russians had qualifi ed for each event 40 Xia Tchoun Soa except fo r vaulting, whi ch Ann was in 41 !la.resewska Jwoaa and ba lance bea m where a Czech girl had 42 Takagi~ qualifi ed. However, only thr ee Ru ssia ns 43 Slivova Tuia went into final s so Ann qualifi ed for 44 Murphy Kathy final s in three events, bars, f loo r an d 45 Sanchez Alicia vault ing. One gymnast dropped out of vaulting so there wer e only fiv e finalists. Olga Koval of the Sovi et Union wa s fir st, scor ing 9.45 for her vault . Lidia Gorbik al so of th e Soviet Union scored 9.35 to t ie with Nilli Kim for second. Kim executed a nice cartwheel back. She also did a hand spr ing 1Y, twist but had problems with her landing . Th en Hieke Gehri sch of East Germany did a half twist on back off to receive 9.3 and fin ished 4th . Ann was fifth scoring 9.3 for her cartwheel back . Howe ver, I still think she wa s und erscored since she is doi ng t hat vault piked.

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Profile for USA Gymnastics

USGF News - June 1975  

USGF News - June 1975