San Francisco’s East Bay is a hotbed of circus arts where you (and your kids) can learn how to tumble, juggle and even walk a tightrope while getting a great workout for both muscles and funny bone.
Look out London. The 16-year-old whose “Flying Squirrel” nickname might be the only thing more appealing than her personality or her high-flying uneven bars routine is ready to take on a new continent after upsetting world champion Jordyn Wieber to win the Olympic trials Sunday night.
Nastia Liukin posted a score of 14.050 on her signature event, better than the national championships three weeks ago but nowhere near where it needs to be to nab one of the coveted five Olympic spots.
Sam Mikulak solidified his spot on the five-man Olympic team with a score of 91.80 on Thursday, just ahead of Danell Leyva at 91.70 and national champion John Orozco.
Gymnastics fans and Olympics enthusiasts from across the country have their attention fixed on San Jose, where the 2012 U.S. Olympics Trials for gymnastics began Thursday.
If Josh Dixon makes the cut at the US Olympic team trials in San Jose on Thursday, he could also make history as the first openly gay gymnast to compete at the Olympics.
San Jose’s downtown bars, restaurants and hotels are preparing for the U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Trials which will be held at HP Pavilion starting next week.
Looking to find ways to bring out your inner artist, but not sure where to start? The San Francisco Bay Area offers a tantalizing array of casual classes ranging from improvisation and dancing to acting and clowning.
A fundraising effort has helped save Cal’s men’s gymnastics program, which was slated to be eliminated in a cost-cutting move.
A decision on whether California’s baseball team and four other programs will be reinstated has been delayed.