Stanford Men's Gym 2010

So the NCAA season is pretty much in full swing right now.  While I’m glad that I’m not competing every weekend (it gets pretty tough on the body), I do miss traveling to different places and being able to compete for your teammates.

Good news is, I’m not completely removed from Stanford gymnastics.  This year, I’m a volunteer assistant coach for the team.  Hopefully they’ll do well this year so that I could get another championship ring, but this time as a coach!

At this point, it’s really hard to predict who’s the best because it’s still early in the season.  Plus a lot of teams have not put out their full line-ups yet and are adjusting to peak in April for the NCAA Championships.

Anyway, below is the promo video for the Stanford team.  Check it out!

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4 Comments on “ Stanford Men's Gym 2010 ”

  1. tomoko February 6, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    Enjoy coaching!

    By the way, why does NCAA use maximum 10.000 system?
    It’s a little bit confusing…

  2. shonakamori February 6, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    hi tomoko,

    the ncaa uses the open-ended code. it’s the same as international rules. however, they seem to judge a little bit lighter compared to big international competitions.

  3. tomoko February 7, 2010 at 5:18 am

    Thank you for your reply.

    Maximum 10.000 is only for collegiate women, right?
    I’m not sure…
    It’s quite confusing…

  4. shonakamori February 7, 2010 at 7:35 am

    oh yes, you’re right. the women still use the 10.0 system but the men use the international system. yes, it’s a very complicating system!

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