GYMN-L Digest - 25 Oct 1995

There are 6 messages totalling 161 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. URGENT - job opening
  2. Aimee Trepanier
  3. Delegation Update for Subway & Ameera? (2)
  4. Pre Olympics
  5. commentating


Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 17:13:55 -0600
Subject: URGENT - job opening

Please make this available to anyone interested at your club /
organization etc. and note the deadline date of November 14th 1995.


The Saskatchewan Gymnastics Association is accepting applications
for the position of Executive Director.  The successful candidate
will be required to manage the office and staff, oversee all
budgeting, be knowledgable of sport profile requirements, and
assist and provide support to the programs being administrated
by the sport governing body for gymnastics in Saskatchewan.

1. Degree in Sport Administration or Physical Education.
2. Experience with volunteer boards.
3. Gymnastics background preferred.
4. Good organizational and leadership skills.
5. Proficient computer skills.
6. Experience in preparing funding submissions and reports.

This position is a full time position and will be based in
Regina, Saskatchewan.

Salary will be negotiable based on qualifications.

***Deadline Date of applications:  November 14th 1995

Please forward your resumes to:

      Shirley Grebinsky, President
      88 Marshall Crescent
      Regina, Saskatchewan
      S4P 4Y9    (Canada)

We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those
candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 19:11:30 -0500
Subject: Aimee Trepanier

Date sent:  25-OCT-1995 19:09:41

I need to get two questions answered about Aimee Trepanier
if someone can help. First, can someone please give me some
basic background on her? All I know is she used to be a Desert
Devil. Second, can anyone identify the floor music she used this
year? It's the same stuff Kareema Marrow used in 1994 at the
NCAA's in Utah (I make that distinction in case anyone gets the
seasons confused).

Thanks in advance.


Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 20:19:58 -0400
Subject: Delegation Update for Subway & Ameera?

From CGF today, there are two bits of news on the Subway World Gymnastics
Challenge competitors:

1.  Rosa Galieva has replaced Oxana Fabrichnova on the Russian delegation.
Elena Grosheva is still coming.
2.  American men Kip Simons and Jair Lynch were entered.  Still no word
about women.

Does anyone have a profile on the American men?  I'll post anything I get
on the web pages, which I'm updating daily.  These are at

Ameera Butler, I replied to your message but it got bounced.  Do you have
an alternate e-mail address, or would you mind if I posted your question &
my reply here?




Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 21:45:09 -0400
Subject: Re: Delegation Update for Subway & Ameera?

I thought Rosa Galieva was from Uzbekistan, not Russia.  She hasn't
competed much lately-wonder why Russia chose to send her.
Also, why is it taking so long for the US women's delegations for Subway
and Pre-Olympics to be named?
Does anyone know if either of these meets will be televised?


Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 18:50:18 -0800
From:    ***@UVIC.CA
Subject: Re: Pre Olympics

 Dear fellow gymners:
 Any body know which delegations are sennding which gymnasts to
 the Pre Olympics in Atlanta?  I know that the US is sending Mihai and
 Blaine.  What about the others?  Thanx for any info that anybody can give


Date:    Wed, 25 Oct 1995 18:51:36 -0800
From:    ***@UVIC.CA
Subject: Re: commentating

Dear fellow gymners
        I would like to ask all of you Canadian and US listeners out there
the following question.  Which commentating pair do hate the most/like the
most and why?  I would have to say Elfi and Tim are by far the worst for
very simple reasons.  They somehow find it very hard to come up with
positive things about alot of gymnasts routines (especially at the '92
Olympics).  I'm personally looking foward to the '96 Games, but when it
comes down to commentation I will tune in to CBC with Carol Orchard and
Scott Russel at the helm.  Maybe because of the fact that Canada is
generally neutral (they're not a world power, is what I'm trying to say)
the Canadian commentation is less biased.  Let me know what you think.


End of GYMN-L Digest - 25 Oct 1995