GYMN-L Digest - 11 Mar 1996 - Special issue

There are 4 messages totalling 741 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. general gymnastics
  2. Make it easier!!
  3. Pike's Peak Cup Invitational
  4. GYMN-L Digest - 10 Mar 1996 to 11 Mar 1996 - Special issue


Date:    Mon, 11 Mar 1996 12:30:03 +0100
From:    ***@MICRONET.IT
Subject: general gymnastics

I remember one or two message/s about general gymnastics, but I lost
it/them. Can anyone send it/them again by private e-mail?

Thank you.



Date:    Mon, 11 Mar 1996 13:27:31 -0600
From:    ***@IMT.SE
Subject: Make it easier!!

I think it is very nice to follow parts of this mailing list. But I am
only interested in general topics and male artistic gymnastics. It is a
lot of letters that is not of interest for me and this can be difficult
to se before having read a part of the letter. Perhaps others have the
same problem. I dont want that the topics are separated because they
strongly relate.

I have a proposition though. Is it possible to write something in the
subject-line that gives a hint about the content. For example FAG, MAG,
RSG or general. It would be much easier to follow what is of interest in
a long list of unread mails. If you like this perhaps someone can make a
list of short names for different areas. For example:

FAG = Female Artistic Gymnastics
MAG = Male Artistic Gymnastics

My native language is not english so I will probalbly have problem doing



Date:    Mon, 11 Mar 1996 07:48:54 EST
Subject: Pike's Peak Cup Invitational

The following announcement, made prior to all-around awards, is submitted
without comment.

"For tonight's elite competition, (long pause), they have been allowed to drop
one score. (another long pause), We did that to protect the girls who are
training for Olympic champions"

The altered results were:

1st:  Kristy Powell Colorado Aerials, 29.525. (Her actual all-around score).
2nd: Sarah Cain, Grand Island Twisters, 29.225 (Actual all-around 38.725)
3rd:  Melinda Baimbridge, Cypress Academy, 29.050 (Actual all-around 38.550)
4th:  Kristin Stuckey, Saltos, (Actual all-around, 38.000)
5th:  Monica Flammer, Cypress Academy, (Actual all-around, 38.100)

Also overheard: "You didn't think you were going to come here and beat the
Aerials, did you?"



Date:    Mon, 11 Mar 1996 08:00:45 -0500
From:    ***@RAPIDRAMP.COM
Subject: Re: GYMN-L Digest - 10 Mar 1996 to 11 Mar 1996 - Special issue

At 03:03 AM 3/11/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Date:    Sun, 10 Mar 1996 17:39:21 -0500
>From:    ***@YALE.EDU
>Subject: Re: Gymnastics dolls
>> Hi!
>> We just thought there might be a few people out there that might be
>> interested to hear that there is a gymnastics Cabbage Patch Doll now.
>> It is so cute! She is wearing a  little USA leotard and biking shorts.
>> These dolls are in honor of the Olympics and they have other athletic
>> dolls too. We don't know how much they cost or where to get them (we
>> are assuming a toy store) because we only saw them advertised on a
>> commercial. Well, that's about it for now.
>Way back when, when Cabbage Patch dolls were the huge rage and people
>were flying halfway around the world to get them (c. 1984), we had a meet
>with a team from Parkettes, and the girls from Parkettes had Cabbage Patch
>dolls with leotards that perfectly matched their own, made (if I recall
>correctly; I'm pretty sure I do) by the same person who made the girls'
>leos.  The tiny leos were really cute.


 One of the boys in my gym,Matt Platt, has one and said he got it at a toy
store in Dallas/Ft.Worth!

Alyson :D

End of GYMN-L Digest - 11 Mar 1996 - Special issue