Fairly soon Double Full Gym Blog will turn 1. I want to thank all of you for the tremendous amount of support I have received in the past year! I have gotten the wonderful opportunity to watch this blog grow drastically in the last few months and I can’t wait to see how much farther this blog can go. In celebration of 1 year, we’re throwing it way back to my first article. Without further ado, let us gather and laugh together at how dumbly worded this next article is:
Who’s Going to Glasgow? Part 1 – The U.S. Men’s Team
The Men’s Team:
with Chirs Brooks
and Marvin Kimble
as the replacement athletes.
Personally, I am shocked that Jake Dalton wasn’t listed as at least some kind of reserve athlete. He is a huge asset to the US team on floor and vault where he is an individual world medalist on both of those events. He missed P&G’s due to a shoulder injury. However, the injury seemed very minor. Jake Dalton’s absence left the door wide open for Paul Ruggeri who made his first worlds team at the age of 26. He was the alternate for the 2010 and 2014 world championship teams. So, I’m glad to see Paul finally get a spot on the team. Another thing that surprised me was that Chris Brooks is a reserve. He finished 3rd all around at P&G’s and I expected him to be on the team for sure. I am not really surprised by any of the other athletes on the team. I didn’t really expect Brandon Wynn to be on the team at first but he could help out in the team finals on rings and possibly contend for a medal in the individual event finals. I think that the U.S. men have a sturdy team and are definitely in potential for a team medal this year.