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Deventer-1-Anna-bessonova5202PREVIEW-Olympics-Gymnastics-China out to ruin another U.S.  RTR_ArticleTitle = "PREVIEW-Olympics-Gymnastics-C​hina out to ruin another U.S.  The U.S.  U.S.  I'll be helping her too.  I are both going for gold.  0; padding-right: 0; margin-bottom: 16px; border: 1px solid #EEE; background: #FFF url("http://static.reuters.com​/resources/images/bgMarketingC​MS.gif" ) center bottom no-repeat; -moz-box-sizing: border-box; } .module.marketing { height: 1%; } html>body .module.marketing { height: auto; } .module.marketing .moduleHeaderInline { padding: 3px 2px 0px 6px; background: none; border-bottom: none; } .module.marketing .moduleHeaderInline h3 { text-transform: none; font-size: 14px; color: #666; } .module.marketing .moduleBody { padding: 2px 8px 0px 4px; } .module.marketing h5 { font-size: 14px; } .module.marketing .headlineMed { font-size: 11px; } .module.marketing .inlineThumbnail { border: 1px solid #DDD; }《路透奥运频道》全æ–​°æ”¹ç‰ˆä¸Šçº¿ä¸€çº¿èµ›äº‹ã€ç’​€ç’¨æ˜Žæ˜Ÿã€æœ€æ–°ç„¦ç...
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kinesio11Leonardo: Artist, inventor, matchmaker?  NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Before John Hostetter portrayed the stage manager on the hit TV show "Murphy Brown" for 10 years, before he played "the blue guy" in the film "Star Trek: Insurrection," before he landed roles on "Arliss," "NYPD Blue" and other TV shows and films, he rocked.In the mid-1960s, Hostetter and some friends at Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C., formed the Studs. The band performed songs by the Beatles, the Hollies and the Who, plus originals, blues "and, of course, the essential 'Louie Louie,' " Hostetter says. The Studs even "stole the show while opening for Mitch Ryder in Richmond in '68," then went their separate ways.In 2001, Hostetter retired from the Hollywood grind and moved to New Smyrna Beach with his wife. But his rock 'n' roll dreams were reborn. Hostetter, a singer and guitarist, co-founded the local rock band the Pirates, who continue to perform regularly.And this summer, 40 years after the Studs played their last gig,...
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6E91713807088BBEIJING - He is a lot like Bill Clinton these days, a former ruler with a profile but no title, able to command everyone's attention simply by entering the room.  Bela Karolyi is the dissident that China should have seen coming but didn't. Long before he landed here in Beijing, and pretty much ever since, the former U.S. and Romanian coach has been tossing grenades at anything he sees wrong with current gymnastics, from the convoluted scoring system installed after a couple of controversies marred the Athens Games, to the age restriction that has brought charges of document doctoring against the Chinese."They are using half-people," Karolyi said after the tiny Chinese women's team grabbed a significant lead over the Americans in team competition Sunday night.  Well . . . the International Gymnastics Federation accepted China's documentation that all of its gymnasts are at least 15 years old. But Bela knows his baby balance beamers. Hell, back in the '70s and '80s, he invented the whole...
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DGS-12090-LGHey Juicy!  Obj = (document.getElementById) ?  Tampa, Florida - Close to a hundred kids got closer to Olympic gold than ever before. Gold medal winners both coached and signed autographs as part of Olympia Gymnastics Camp in Tampa. "It's a real honor, it's not every day that you get to meet an Olympian," said 13-year-old Sabrina West. Elite level coaches help kids, ages 6 to 16, improve their form on bars, beams, floor and vault during the week long camp. Three-time Olympic gymnast Svetlana Boguinskaia (1988, 1992, 1996) leads the session."I am just trying to concentrate what every children's needs are and with our experience to find their happiness in the sport," said Boguinskaia. 2004 Olympic all-around gold medalist Carly Patterson and two-time Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller also visited coached and signed autographs. Olympia Gymnastics Camps were established in 2000.  Copyright ©2008 tampabays10.com. All rights reserved.
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4:26 p.m.  1:12 p.m.  4:24 p.m.  Hochschorner brothers win third straight gold 8/15/2008, 4:47 a.m.  Cuba beats US 5-4 in 11 innings 8/15/2008, 4:14 a.m.  Liukin, Johnson give U.S.  1:12 a.m.  11:45 p.m.  11:29 p.m.  Silver Lining: U.S.  M.A.  BEIJING - Maybe there was some good, old-fashioned home-cookin', maybe the Chinese benefited from a home-mat advantage, but their routines were still crisp and sharp enough in a gold-medal triumph over the Americans, who took silver, in the women's gymnastics finals this morning. Romania took bronze.  Photos by Andrew Mills/The Star-LedgerUnited State's gymnasts (l to r) Shawn Johnson, Nastia Liukin, Chellsie Memel, Samanty Peszek, Alicia Sacramone and Bridget Sloanas with their silver medals from the team final at China's National Indoor Stadium.  NBC turned the eight-team event into a live made-for-television, prime-time drama back home, hyping it as a battle between the sport's top two juggernauts. America and China, which finished f...
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Champions%2520Images%2520NEW%2520logoBecause you can't get enough gymnastics...  China tops U.S.  BEIJING-The most memorable image of Nastia Liukin from Sunday's qualifying round at the Beijing Olympics will be the Parker gymnast falling flat on her back after her somersaulting dismount from her signature event, the uneven bars.  After I fell, I was sitting there like 'what am I doing on the floor?'" Liukin said. "'I'm not supposed to be here.' ...  True, rival and host China topped the U.S. in qualifying 248.275 to 246.8.  But the nations competed in different subdivisions, not head-to-head, and the numbers will be thrown out moving forward.  Two Americans finished atop the all-around standings. Iowan Shawn Johnson, the reigning world all-around champion, and Liukin were 1-2. Just like usual, no matter that this is the Olympics.  In addition to team finals, where the U.S. will try to win Olympic team gold on foreign soil for the first time, Liukin qualified for the all-around finals and individual finals on  balance beam...
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johnson_shawn_2Birds' Samuel to play tonight vs.  BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The no-pads practices and countless position meetings during training camp have meant little to the Eagles' secondary.Until new cornerback Asante Samuel actually gets to play with his teammates, the chemistry that is so essential in the defensive backfield cannot be formed.The group will take its first step tonight, when Samuel makes his preseason debut against Carolina at Lincoln Financial Field."Asante should be fine," fellow cornerback Sheldon Brown said. "But you don't know for sure. You can make a million plays in practice, but it doesn't mean anything until you make them in games."Samuel has not made many plays in practice, either.  That is not much return on the Eagles' six-year, $57 million investment."It's been frustrating not to be out there with my brothers," Samuel said. "I'm a competitor at heart; I love to compete. When I'm watching film and I  see my teammates getting after it and making plays, something just comes into...
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