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NUTRITION FOR PERFORMANCE, 24-7 For athletes of all types, training is serious business. Yet many athletes don't put much thought into what makes them a "whole athlete." This includes mental preparation, rest, a healthy outlook on life and, of course, good nutrition. Read the tips in this article if you expect the best performance out of your body physically and mentally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

USA GYMNASTICS EXECUTIVE COMMlnEE CHAIR: Ron Froehlich; PRESIDENT: Bob Colorossi; VICE CHAIR WOMEN: Tom KolI; VICE CHAIR MEN: TIm Doggen; VICE CHAIR RHYTHMIC: Andreo Schmid; VICE CHAIR TRAMPOLINE: Poul Porillo; SECRETARY: Gory Anderson; TREASURER: Bob Wood; FIG EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Joy Ashmore, Ron Froehlich. FIG WOMEN'S TECHNICAL COMMInEE: Jockie Fie; FIG MEN'S TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: George Becksleod; FIG TRAMPOLINE & TUMBLING TTCHNICAL COMMITTEE: Pol Henderson; AT LARGE MEMBERS: Peler Vidmor, Suson True; ATHLETE DIRECTORS: Chori Knighl·Hunler, John Roelhlisberger, Vonesso Vonder Pluym, Korl Heger; USOC ATHLETE DIRECTOR: Dominick Minicu((i.

TRAMPOLINE AND TUMBLING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS The 2001 Trampoline and Tumbling National Championships crowned national champions in trampoline, synchronized trampoline, power tumbling and double-mini at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, Texas, June 7-9. Learn who the new champions are in each discipline!

USA GYMNASTICS BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR: Ron Froehlich; PRESIDENT: Bob Colorossi; PRESIDENT EMERITUS: Sondy Knopp, Mike Donohue; TREASURER: Bob Wood; PUBLIC SECTOR: Bill Hyb!, Bob Wood; AMATEUR ATHlETIC UNION: Mike Sionner; AMERICAN SOKOL ORGANIZATION: Jerry Milon; AMERICAN TURNERS: Jerry Jocquin; COLLEGE GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION-MEN: Fronds Allen; NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE COACHESWOMEN: Mike Jocki; NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN IN SPORT: Morilyn Sirawbridge; NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS JUDGES: Corole Ide; NATIONAL COllEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION·MEN: Doug Von Everen; NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS: Suson True; NATIONAL GYMNASTICS JUDGES ASSOCIATION-MEN: Butch Zunich; NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASTICS COACHES ASSOCIATION: John Brinkworth; U.S. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT GYMNASTICS CLUBS: Poul Spodoro; U.S. Elm COACHES ASSOCIATION-MEN: Fred Turol/; u.s. Elm COACHES ASSOCIATION-WOMEN: David Holcumb, Tony Gehman; u.s. MEN'S GYMNASTICS COACHES ASSOCIATION: More Yancey; U.S. RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS COACHES ASSOCIATION: Suzie DiTullio; YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE USA: Cosey Koenig; NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHlETIC ASSOCIATION-WOMEN: Morie Robbins; NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORS MEN: Mike Burns, Abie Grossfeld; RHYTHMIC: Andreo Schmid, Michelle Lorson; WOMEN: Kelli Hill, Kolhy O~berg; TRAMPOLINE: Shoun Kemplon, Morsho Weiss; ATHLETE DIREaORS: Vonesso Vonder Pluym, choir; Lorisso Fonloine, vice choir; Joir Lynch, secrelory; Dominick Minicu((i, USOC Alhlele Rep.; Mihoi Bogiu, Brooke Bushnell, Chori Knighl Hunler, Arrondo Borden, Korl Heger, Christie Hoyes, John Roelhlisberger; ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS: JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTTRS, Lori Katz; SPECIAL OLYMPICS, KDle Fober-Hickie; U.s. COMPETITIVE AEROBICS FEDERATION, Howord Schwortz; U.S. SPORTS ACROBATICS FEDERATION, Bonnie Dovidson.

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Hometown Residence: Roscoe, III. Date of Birth: Nov. 11, 1982 Club: Gymnastics Academy of Rockford Coach: Jim Aamodt and Whitney Miller

School: Attending Northern Illinois University in the fall of 2001 studying business Began Gymnastics: 1988 Years on National Team: 3 (1998-200 1) Fun Fact lajeana is the second of three children to Henry (Chrysler Assembly) and Cindy (Hair Dresser) Davis. She has an older brother, Bronson, and a younger brother, Bryce. lajeana also enjoys cheerleading.

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HENRY P. IBA CITIZEN ATHLETE AWARD The Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Award was created eight years ago by the Roatry Club of Tulsa Oklahoma. In the last eight years three gym~asts have earned the honor. This ~ear Olympic gold medalist Amy Chow (rlht) was the recipient of the award presente by Shannon Miller (left). More than 750 guests attended the banquet which netted more than $100,000 dollars for the Rotary Club of Tulsa's Community Fund .

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HERNDON, VIRGINIA Oanielle, 11, wan nine individual gold medals in Level 5 compemions during 2001 . AI the Virginia State Meet she pla(ed first in the vauh (9.2), first in floor (9.4), third in the ba~ (9.6) and eighth on beam (9.2). She coptured second pla(e all路 around with a score of 37.4. Now a Leve) 6, Danielle trains at Gemini Gymnastics dub ond is (oo(hed by Melissa Miller, Bob Schou ond Marty Comiskey.

KENNEBUNK, MAINE The Level 5 team from Kennebunk Gymnastics won the State Meet in May with a total score of 140.40. Chelsea Schildbach won the all-around for 9-11 year aids and Kathryn Lamont won the oil-around for 12+. Ba(k raw Ito r: Coo(h Ellen M(DermoH, Kate~n Lang, Soki Nesrig, Tai Lemoine, Schildbach, Lamont and (oo(h Molly Leonard. Front row Ito r: Krista Raymond, Hannah Lamprey, Kae~n Couture, Jade Thyng, and Ja(queline ConeAuslender.

MARLENA MOZAl EXETER, PENNSYLVANIA Keri, 9, was a LevelS gymnast in the 2000/ 2001 season. Keri won Marlena, 9, captured five gold medals at the Keystone State Summer Games. Marlena first all-around in 9 out of 13 scored a 9.0 on vault and floor, 8.75 on meets during the season. She had a beam and 8.65 on bars with an all-around string of sevenfirst pla(e all-around total of 35.40. Morlena and four of her victories in a row and never finished teammates (Jen Foley, Ja(kie Gadomski, Meg out of the top three. Keri took Mathewson and Kyla Halser) took team gold for second all-mound at State Meet. their session. Marlena also won first all-around She trains at KarenMye ~ at the YMCA Pennsylvania State Meet. She Gymnastics & Dance and is (oa(hed trains at Wilkes Barre YMCA and is coached by by Sergei Poukas and Tamara Joelle Rose, Yvonne Ebert and Eri( Kline. Lomanovit(h.

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AlYCIA MULLER AND ALEXIS SIMMONS HICKSVILlE, NEW YORK Alycia, 13, placed seventh on beam at her Level 7 State Meet with a score of 9.325. She is a member of the NationalJunior Honor Society and alsa plays piano. Alexis, 12, pla(ed second on bars with a score of 9.675 and 12th all-around with a score of 36.975. The girls train at Mid Island Gymnastics in Hicksville, N.Y.

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LOUISVILlE, KENTUCKY The LevelS Team from Champion Gymnastics finished the season undefeated! All of Championship's teams, Levels 4-10, won the Kentu(ky State Championships. The LevelS Team includes: (front row Ito r) Lauren Ehlers, Devin Herb, Niki Newman, Brittney Such, Hannah Aye~; (2nd row) Car~n Mobley, Lauren Lee, Ni(ole Lyons, Katy Reyne~n, Christina Mendieta; (3rd row) Bobbi Hill, Shannon Soneii, Christi Spea~, Ashlee Franks, Aubrey Howard; (4th row) Coaches Louise Harpole and Trlfany Orem.

SICKLERVILLE, NEW JERSEY Brittany, 9, is a Level 6 gymnast at Atlantic Coast in NewJersey. She's coo(hed by Renee Dambra, Karen Smtlh and stoff. At the New Je~y State Meet, Brittany took first on vault with a score of 9.525 and fourth in the all-around with a score of 35.025.

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DANIELlE WOOD STRONGSVILLE, OHIO Oanielle, 13, trains at Gymnastics World of Ohio in Broodview Heights. She competed in the Marvelous May Invitational as 0 Level 6 and won vauh with a 9.0, took second on bo~ with a 7.B5, third on beam with a 7.8, first on floor with a 9.0, and won first all-around with a 33.650. Oanielle will now train as a Level 7 gymnast.


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Although originally disappointed she couldn't compete with the seniors, Kristal was thrilled with winning her third junior all-around title. coach Donna Strauss from Parkettes said, "I'm ecstatic that Kristal rocked . It's been a rocky road since she injured her knee at the 2001 Pontiac American Team Cup in March. She was rough going into the U.S. Classic and she really put 100% into every workout going into this meet in order to be prepared." Kristal, who trains in Allentown, Pa., and is also coached by Bill Strauss, Robin Netwall, and Joe Stallone, also won the beam title scoring a 9.525. Kristal said, "It feels great, exciting, amazing to have done so well. This was a tough competition for me because I wanted to do my best. Training has been very intense and we tried to hit every set leading up to this event." World Olympic Gymnastics Academy in plano, Texas grabbed second through fourth place in the all-around. Hollie Vise, 13, maintained a consistent showing throughout the two days of competition finishing second all-around with a 72.525. Coached by a team of Evgeny Marchenko, Natasha Boyarskaya and Tatyana Schegolkova, Hollie said, "It feels really goad to be second. My goal was to be in the top three. The first day I fell on beam so I came back strong during the second day." Carly Patterson, 13, finished third all-around despite a rough day one of competition where she was in 12th place all-around . "I did well today," said Carly after the final day of competition. "I went back to the gym on Friday and tried to hit everything. I think I had a little bit of nerves on Thursday." Carly finished second on beam complete with her round off, back handspring, Arabian double front dismount! Kaitlin White, 14, had to skip last year's National Championships due to injuries but made up for lost time this year finishing fourth all-around and second on vault and Aoar. "Kaitlin wi ll be a very strong competitor," said her coach Marchenko. She had elbow surgery last year, then won the WOGA Classic, then had knee surgery in February." Brown's Gymnastics Susan Jackson, 14, toak fifth all-around, improving her 19th place finish from last year by 14 spots. Susan is from Houston, Texas, and coached by Debbie Kaitchuck. Coach Kaitchuck was pleased with Jackson's performance, especially since she was recuperating from a leg pull. "She pulled it off," said Kaitchuck. Parkettes Tia Orlando, 13, finished sixth all-around in her first U.S. Championships appearance. Coach Strauss said, "I' m so impressed by the job she did. She's definitely got a shot at 2004 a nd she's just going to get better!" Tia, from Souderton, Pa., also won Aoar with a 9.350 and some very powerful tumbling and strong dance. "I thought about winning Aoar," said Tia. "That was my goal. I was so happy when I hit." Jordan 5chwikert, sister of 2000 Olympian and 2001 Senior National Champion Tasha, finished seventh all-around in her fi rst U.S. Championships appearance. "My goal was to make the National Team and I accomplished what I wanted to accomplish . I' ll go back and continue to work hard." Jordan trains with her sister at GymCats and is coached by Cassie Rice. Sarah Curtis, who turns 14 on Sept.19, from American Elite in Corvallis, Ore., won vault with a score of 9.475. Sarah's vault was a powerful Yurchenko double full. Rounding out the National Team includes Ashley Postell from Capital Gymnastics; Courtney Kupets from Hill's Gymnastics; Elizabeth Tricase from Illinois Gymnastics Institute; Melanie Sinclair from Orlando Gymnastics; Curtis; Nina Kim from Brown's Gymnastics; Terin Humphrey from Great American Gymnastics Express; Meagan Browning from Brown's Gymnastics; Kassi Price from American Twisters and Maria 5caHidi from LaFleur's Gymnastics.

Houston Gymnastics Academy's Jamie Henderson took second all-around and said, "This is my first time at Championships and it was a great experience. I' m training for the 2004 Olympic Games." Zach Roberts, who tried to qualify as a senior but finished 20th all-around, toak third in the junior competition. lach is from Mission Valley YMCA and coached by Steve Bucher. Rounding out the 16-18 year old team included: USOTC's Charlie Jones, Tim Daggett's Steven Gaudette, Mission Valley YMCP:.s Michael McNamara and Colorado Training Center's Gerry Signorelli. In the 14-15 year old division, South Coast's Willie Ito won the title in his first appearance at the National Championships followed by Queen City's Aaron Rakes and Top Flight's Anthony Smith. Ito said, "My goal was to make the top seven. It was amazing and a complete surprise to win. I just tried to stay focused and healthy." Rounding out the national team were Tyler Yamauchi, Houston Gymnastics Academy; Grant Osborne, Colorado Athletic Center; R.J. Heflin, Tim Daggett's and David Sender, Buffalo Grove Gymnastics. During event finals, Heflin won floor, Ito won pommel horse and parallel bars, Yamauchi won rings, sho Nakamori and Jake Lee tied for first on vault and Rakes won high bar.


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2.001 WOtld ChampiONshipS The following athletes earned spots on the 2001 World Championships Team, representing the U.S. in Odense, Denmark, July 26-28. Trampolin~yan

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4. Derrick Aldrich, Brandy Johnson's Gymnastics, 78.70

5 . Erin Maguire, Elite Performance, 98.10 6 . Courtney Smith, J&J Tum bling and Trampoline, 97.90

7 . Kim Poling, Minnesota TWisters, 95.40 8. Kirstin McNabb, Elite Performance, 65.40

5 . Nic Marlin, Sky Su rfers Trampoline Team, 78.50 6. David Ford, Elite Performance, 54.10

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1. Alaina Hebert, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 103.10

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3.Jackie Rakowska , J&J Tumbling and Trampoline, 133.50

2. Lindsey Blundell, Longview Gymnastics, 130.00

3. Craig MyerslKyle Kwoka, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 120.60

3 .Jenny Wescott, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 61 .10

4. Nathan GibeaultlKyle

Men's Trampoline 1. Tanner Griggs, Air Extreme, 99.80

4. Kristan Mahoney, Heber Handspringers, 62.90

2. Daniel Owens, J&J Tumbling and Trampoline, 97.10

S. Megan Dacy, Flip Factory, 62.90

5. Kory KonsoerlShawn Mohler, West Michigan Flying Tumblers, 105.90

6. Kate Goldberg, Indy School of Gymnastics, 62.80

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S. Kyle Bowen, Airtime Trampoline Team, 94.40

1. Josh Vance, Gleason's Gymnastics School, 125.70

6. Daniel Walker, Air Extreme, 93.20

2.Jamar Young, Air Extreme, 125.50

7. Jamar Young, Air Extreme, 70.50

3. David Ford, Elite Performance, 124.60

8. Nathan Gibeault, Airtime Trampoline Team, 67.30

4 . Daniel Walker, Air Extreme, 124.20

5. Casey Finley, Air Extreme, 123.60 6. Peter Dodd, Sky Surfers Trampoline Team, 122.50 7. Kory Konsoer, West Michigan Flying Tumblers, 122.30 8. Karl Heger, Gymnastics Academy of Rockford, 119.90

Women's Double Mini 1. Kirstin McNabb, Elite Performance, 124.90 2. Tara Sewell, Upside Downers, 123.90 3. Shelley Klochan, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 123.80 4. Erin Smith, Elite Performance, 123.60 5. Lindsey Thompson , West Michigan Flying Tigers, 123.40 6. De De Mogavero, Upside Downers, 115.10 7. Vanessa Wood, Elite Performance, 113.10

8. Molly Fahrmeier, Dave's Gymnastics Factory, 91.50

Men's Synchro 1. Nic Marlin/Peter Dodd, Sky Surfers Trampoline Team, 2. David PopkinlRyan Weston, Head Over Heels/Elite Performance,

Women's Synchro 1. Kirstin McNabb/Mackenzie Stone, Elite Performance, 114.50

7. Brittany Dircks, Gymnastics Academy of Rockford, 125.50

8. Bridget Davis, Opelika Parks Recreation Trampoline, 61.40

Men's Double Mini 1. Stephen Hinson, International Gymnastics Academy, 124.70 2. Austin Cummings, Heber Handspringers, 124.10

Women's Trampoline

3T. Tanner Griggs, Air Extreme, 122.70

1. Jenny Wescott, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 102.40

3T. Drew Watson, Acrotex, 122.70

2. Shanelle Landry, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 100.50

4 . Patrick Britten, West

3 . Erin Blanchard, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 100.00

S. Kyle Kwoka, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 121.50

4 . Lindsey Thompson, West Michigan Flying Tigers, 96.50

6 . Miles Rochen, Texas Elite Gymnastics Academy, 110.50

5. Franny Doherty, Gleason's Gymnastics School, 96.30 6. Brittany Dircks, Gymnastics Academy of Rockford, 95.90 7. Rachel Ad rig, Gymnastics Team USA, 94.40 8 . Ashleigh Powalski , Gymnastics Team USA, 94.10

7. Craig Myers, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 91.00

Men's Tumbling 1. Jamar Young, Air Extreme, 145.50 2. Daniel Walker, Air Extreme, 140.80 3. Demorick Garrett, Gym Fit Inc. , 137.20 4. Jon Black, International Gymnastics Academy, 135.10 5. Shawn Moore, Indy School of Gymnastics, 131.10 6 . Drew Simon, Duncanville Gymnastics, 130.50 7. Jeffery Holloway, Opelika Parks Recreation Trampoline, 126.20 8 . Kyle Kwoka, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 124.70

Women's Tumbling 1. Shelley Klochan, Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 132.30

Michigan Flying Tigers, 121.60

Bowen, Airtime Trampoline Team, 117.60

1. Shanelle LandrylLauren Hoffpauir, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 128.80 2. Erin BlanchardfTaylor LeBlanc, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 126.30 3. Marcie Mathis/Jenny Wescott, Dave's Gymnastics Factory/Dyna-Mite Tumblers, 123.90

4T. Rachel AdriglAshleigh Powalski, Gymnastics Team USA,122.40 4T. Tracy BroadhurstlLindsey Thompson, West Michkigan Flying Tigers, 122.40 5. Kasie Landers/Amanda Bailey, South Plains Acrospirits, 118.40 6. Karen DeCarlolHeather McCauley, Gymnastics Team USA,115.60

7. Anna GaliialWhitney

Women's Double Mini 1. Anna Gallia , Manning Gymnastics Centerplex, 125.30

Wallace, Manning Gymnastics CenterplexlSouth Plains Acrospirits, 94.20

2. Shanelle Landry, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 12500

3. Kallan Kampas, Upside Downers, 124.00 4. Erin Blanchard, Trampoline and Tumbling Express, 123.70 5. Allison Rose, Jump Zone, 122.50 6. Franny Doherty, Gleason's Gymnastics School, 122.30 7. Ashleigh Powalski, Gymnastics Team USA, 121.60

8. Drew Rentfro, All American Gymnastics, 121.40

Men's Synchronized Trampoline 1. Sean McBridelTanner Griggs, Gymnastics Team USNAir Extreme, 122.10 2. Austin CummingslNick Ludwig, Heber HandspringersiGymnastics Academy of Rockford, 121.10

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Davis, who started tumbling at age 5, will begin college at Northern Illinois University in the fall but still plans to train at her gym, Gymnastics Academy of Rockford . "It's only about 45 minutes away so I plan to continue training," said Davis. Other medals for the U.S. came in the Team events. Moving up from fourth place in prelims, the Men's Tumbling Team took the bronze medal in the team final , with a combined score of 108.3. Gold went to Russia with a score of 113.5, while South Africa took silver with a 110. Members of the U.S. Men's Tumbling Team are Brad Davis, Frankie Hartman, Chris Helton and Jared Olsen. The Men's Double Mini Team also took bronze in the team event. The team stood in third place after preliminary action and held on to that spot with a score of 93.9. Other team medals went to Portugal, who scored a 95.2 to win gold and Spain, scoring 94.2 for silver. Members of the U.S. team are Derrick Aldrich, Keith Douglas, David Ford and Josh Vance. In other tumbling action, Frankie Hartman, 18, of New Orleans, Louisiana took fifth in the Men's division . This was Frankie's first experience at the World Championships, where he scored a 71 .1 in the final round . Medalists in Men's Tumbling were Denis Serdioukov, Russia, 77.3, gold; Nicolas Fournials, France, 74.8, silver; Levon Petrosian, Russia, 72.8, bronze. USA's Keith Douglas, 24, of Grand Rapids, Michigan scored 62.9 in Men's Double Mini to narrowly miss a medal in fourth place. Competitors from Portugal took gold and silver, while a Brazilian took the bronze medal. In Women's Double Mini , Dede Mogavero, Lubbock, Texas, took fifth place with a score of 59.6, while Tara Sewell, Shallowater, Texas, took seventh, scoring 42.1. The Women's Double Mini Team made a good showing, taking fourth place in the team final with a score of 92.3. Medals went to Russia, 93.8, gold, Portugal, 92.9, silver, and Australia, 92.7, bronze. In addition to Dede and Tara, Erin Smith competed on the U.S. team. Ryan Weston of Chubbuck, Idaho and Jennifer Parilla of Lake Forest, California represented the USA in trampoline. It was a disappointing day for Weston, who began with a good compulsory routine (18th after compulsorie_s), but ran into trouble on the optional, completing only three skills. Parilla stood 19th after the compulsory round . She had a chance at making up some ground with her optional, but landed the last skill on the pad. She still finished 19th in a field of 51. LAJEANA DAVIS continued from page 16

1 998 World Championships, Sydney, Australia; 6th Place, 3rd-Team 1996 WAG Kamloops, Canada; 3rd (prelims), 11 th (finals)

NATIONAL COMPETITION 2001 National Championships, San Antonio, Texas; 2nd-Tumbling 2000 National Championships, St. Louis, Miss.; 2nd-Tumbling 1999 National Championships, Anaheim, Calif.; 3rd-Tumbling 1998 National Championships, St. Paul, Minn.; 3rd Senior Elite 1997 National Championships, Orlando, Fla.; 3rd Senior Elite 1996 National Championships, Phoenix, Ariz.; 5th Junior Elite 1995 National Championships, Denver, Colo.; 8th Junior Elite

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Rounding out the eight member Senior National Team were

Stefanie Croyle from RhythmAex in Maryland; Danielle Lord from Westside Gymnastics in Oregon; Jacquelyn Jampolsky from MRGTC in California; Masha Krakovskaya from Los Angeles School of Gymnastics in California; and Traycie Dohzen, also from Los Angeles School of Gymnastics. In the junior competition, Lisa Wang took first all-around with a score of 85.850. Wang, who turns 13 on Sept. 24, is cooched by Lana Lashoff at Rhythmic Gems in Glenview, III. During event finals, Lisa won the ball and ribbon events and was second in clubs and third in hoop. Cooch Lashoff said, "Lisa came to our gym two years ago and had never done rhythmic gymnastics. Her family moved from Wisconsin where she was taking beginner artistic gymnastics classes. We showed her what rhythmic gymnastics was all about and she began competing as a Level 6. She won every meet that she entered. From Level 6, I took a huge risk and went straight to Level 9. Lisa took second at Level 9 Championships and proceeded-to Level 10. She qualified to-Nationals last year where she took lOth. This year she won the East and West qualifiers and the Junior National All-Around tiHe." An amazing story how Wang fell into rhythmic gymnastics and in two short years became Junior National Champion. When asked what makes Lisa so special, Lana said, "She's very focused and hard working. She's only 12 but she's very mature for her age. She's also a very strong competitor-the harder it gets the more she rises to the occasion. I've had champions before but she is unbelievable. She works 5-6 hours per day, five days a week. When she's in the gym she works at 100% effort and doesn't waste any time." The gool for Wang this year was to finish in the top three. Lashoff said, "She went above and beyond our expectations. I'm on cloud nine. She's a pleasure to cooch and I'm very proud of her." Brenann Stacker from Illinois Rhythmics was second all-around with a score of 84.900. Stacker, 14, is cooched by Irina Vdovets, Natalia Klimouk and Caroline Hunt. Stacker's best score of the allaround competition was for her ball routine, where she scored a 21 .275. During event finals, Stacker won the clubs event and was second in ball and third for her ribbon routine. Aline Bakchaiian, 12, finished in third all-around with a score of 84.250. Aline trains at California Academy of Rhythmic Gymnastics in Los Angeles and is cooched by Olga Morozova. Just behind Aline was Kristin Kaye, 13, from Illinois Rhythmics, who finished fourth all-around and won the hoop event. Rounding out the eight member Junior National Team were Caitlin Trainor from Illinois Rhythmics; Veronica Khrustalev from Isadora Rhythmics; Rebecca Miller from Illinois Rhythmics, and Julia Ilkina from California Rhythmics. U $ A

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