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Last Week in College Gym: May 27

During the offseason, it can be difficult to keep up with all the news and training updates happening across the country. So each week, we will provide a curation of the most exciting upgrades, as well as other important news happening in the college gym world. Note the majority of the training updates highlighted will feature new skills and not, for example, someone training their same routine from the past season.

Finally, note we are only able to share links to updates posted on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and not Instagram Stories or Snapchat. However, we will try to note any clips of note that we see on those disappearing platforms.

Of course, even with eight editors scouring social media for clips, we’ll still miss updates from time to time. Let us know in the comments or on social media if we didn’t include a new skill, injury comeback or more from someone on your favorite team!

Julia Waight Adds New Combo Pass

Incoming Illinois freshman Julia Waight upgraded her tumbling for J.O. nationals, adding a one and a half through to a double tuck. She previously competed a front through to double tuck.

Sarah Rowland Trains Double Layout

Ohio State incoming freshman Sarah Rowland is working on upgrading her floor repertoire, training a double layout.

Instagram Stories and Snapchat Roundup

Ona Loper Throws Korbut

Minnesota rising junior Ona Loper posted a Korbut to her Instagram Story; whether she is training the skill in earnest or was just playing with beam acro was unclear, but either way we love to see it.

Alexis Beucler Making a Comeback

N.C. State’s Alexis Beucler, who missed most of the 2019 season due to a shoulder injury, is on the comeback trail. The rising senior posted a video on her Instagram Story doing basics on bars and vault.

Kara Roberts Returns to Training After Injury

Eastern Michigan sophomore Kara Roberts was spotted training a full-twisting double tuck dismount on bars on her Instagram Story. Roberts had to sit out the 2019 season due to injury.

Article by the editors of College Gym News

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