Fresh off a successful road trip, during which the team was able to rest its starters and nab a big enough score to lift it to No. 2 in the national rankings, UCLA gymnastics returns home to face its biggest rival – Utah (7-1, 4-0 Pac-12) on Sunday. Already deep on talent, coach Valerie Kondos Field said the Bruins (9-1, 2-0) can now count on their backups to perform when called upon, taking the burden off the regular starters.
Despite UCLA suffering its first loss of the season against Oklahoma last week, there was a positive atmosphere in Pauley Pavilion. The loss, however, has not been brushed aside by the team. No. 4 UCLA (8-1, 1-0 Pac-12) has used it as motivational fuel to prepare for its upcoming road trip to California (5-3, 1-2). “They are not happy they didn’t win that meet,” said coach Valorie Kondos Field.
Under normal circumstances, UCLA’s gymnastics meet against Oklahoma would have been billed as a showdown between two top-tier programs with national championship ambitions. The individual scores and the final results would have taken center stage. The circumstances ceased to be normal when nearly 200 female gymnasts testified in court against USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who had sexually abused them over a period of many years. Sunday’s meet was about and for those gymnasts.
@MattDoyle76 While it’s not all of Europe (i.e Norway, Sweden are on a spring-fall schedule), the best leagues play a fall-spring schedule. It also matches with the international competitions (UCL, CCL, etc).
@GreatWarof2026@DiegoJEsca@GoalUSA@SoccerByIves We saw the jump alright, but some people made mistakes. Not qualifying hurt, too. Still, the environment affects you, and considering how much pride Mexico has in their national team, he got it with both barrels the moment he was considered a legitimate prospect.
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