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Gymnasts surpassed expectations with great determination

Published: Friday, April 24 2009 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Way TO GO!!!!!!!!!!

The gymnastic team is a CLASS ACT!!!!!

There couldn't be a better group of lady competetors than the lady UTES Gymnastic team...

Wish them all the best of luck in the future!!!!

Nationals Ute

It should be interesting how Geogia responds losing Courtney Kupets and their coach. Utah showed their resolve when Nina Kim couldn't compete at Regionals. Looking forward to another great year next year! GO UTES!!!


I have to correct something that Your coach said regarding Kristina Baskett, Kristina was never #1 during the year in the all around. Courtney was #1 from day 1. In the three years that she was able to compete, she won the all around beating Ashley Postell twice. She has nine total titles, a NCAA record. If not for her injuries in her career, namely two achilles tears, she would have every record. Enough said about Courtney, next year Georgia is getting Olympian Shayla Worley among other top gymnasts, so I wouldn't count on much of a let down with Kupets graduating. They still have Courtney McCool a 2004 Olympian who had seen limited action action this year due to a foot injury. I see #6 for the dawgs next year.

No regrets?

Other than the fact they didn't win the National Championship they proclaimed they would.

UTE fan

Uh, Bruce? Shayla Worley is an Olympian only in her own mind. Not even an alternate.


Shayla Worley did not make the Olympic squad, not even as an alternate.


She would have been on the squad, had she not broken her leg, plus she has had back problems all year leading up the olympic trials. She was one of the best in the country on bars. She's an elite gymnast with a great resume. I also didn't say that she was on the Beijing team. Go Dawgs!

some person

good job. good job. :-)

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