Midknight Robin interviews KJ Kindler, head coach for the Oklahoma Women’s Gymnastics team. A three-time National Coach of the Year, Kindler led her program to NCAA Championships in 2014, 2016 and 2017, seven top-three national finishes, eight straight regional titles, 93 All-America honors and nine Big 12 titles.
John Traetta, Kerry Adderly, and Midknight Robin discuss important issues within the sport of gymnastics and talks about ways to improve the culture of gymnastics in the United States.
In 1978, John Traetta, founder and executive producer of High Bar Productions, focused on the world of Sports and Fitness, which involved many of the top sports organizations, competitions, events & athletes, and successfully implemented a multilevel media and marketing program.
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Midknight Robin interviews Tom Meadows, head coach, from Cypress Gymnastics Academy about his team win over the OTC. Robin also speaks with Fox Sports commentator Michael Squires, who became third gymnast in NCAA history to win three straight national titles on rings, Oklahoma team captain, Hunter Justus, OU alumni Quinn Rowell, and Troy Nitzky.
Midknight Robin talks about Sean Townsend, 2001 World Champion, comments about USA Gymnastics men’s program corruption, Florida women’s gymnastics team upsets Oklahoma, Illinois men’s gymnastics team defeats Penn State, and Oklahoma men’s gymnastics wins 82 straight against Michigan.
Midknight Robin talks about the women’s (1)Oklahoma vs. (5)Florida Gymnastics Friday night match up and the (2)Penn State men’s gymnastics match up against (3)Illinois. Also, a fourth USA Gymnastics board member resigns.
USOC CEO Scott Blackmun is calling on the entire 21-person USAG board to resign; the three members who resigned on Monday will not be enough of a sacrifice:
“Since October of last year, we have been engaged in direct talks with USAG leadership on this fundamental point. New leadership at the board level is critical and you recently saw three USAG board resignations. Further changes are necessary to help create a culture that fosters safe sport practice, offers athletes strong resources in...
Gymnasticsville.com Midknight Robin visits the Penn State men’s gymnastics team and interviews coaches and athletes as they prepare for the upcoming season. Penn State is the NCAA all-time leader with twelve team gymnastics championships.
GymnasticsVille.com interviews from the University of Oklahoma Men’s Gymnastics team and the Valeri Liukin Invitational.
Yul Moldauer 0:36- 3:07
Allan Bower 3:08- 6:30
Levi Anderson 6:31- 9:46
Hunter Justus 9:47- 14:04
Mark Williams 14:05- 17:00
Taqiy Abdullah-Simmons 17:01- 19:59
Steven Legendre 20:00- 23:22
Colin Van Wicklen 23:23- 25:30
Michael Reid 25:31- 27:06
Alex Powarzynski 27:07- 28:50
Jeff Robinson 28:51- 35:55
Carmine Giglio 35:56- 39:12
Midknight Robin and Kerry Adderly react to USA Gymnastics losing major corporate sponsors, discuss University of Oklahoma Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics team IntraSquad, and Valeri Liukin Invitational results.
The new USA Gymnastics President, Kerry Perry, began her duties for the position on December 1st. Midknight Robin and Kerry Adderly talks about if the next President should be hired by an election process voted on by athletes, coaches, and members within the organization. Also discussed are the recent roadtonationals.com men’s NCAA coaches poll.
Midknight Robin and Kerry Adderly discuss latest topics in the world of gymnastics, sports, and entertainment. Today’s show they talk about adding music to men’s floor, Great Britain Gymnastics Federation, and USA Gymnastics.
Marvin Kimble, U.S. national high bar champion, wins silver medal at the 2017 Cottbus Cup held in Germany. Team USA teammate, Allan Bower, a 3-Time NCAA champion, finished 4 on floor and 7 on pommel horse at Saturday's event finals. Midknight Robin and Kerry Adderly react to the Cottbus Cup event final results.
Austin Nacey, U.S. National Team member, sticks a quadruple back flip on double mini at the 2017 Tumbling & Trampoline World Championships. Midknight Robin and Jeffrey T. Brown recap the results of the competition.
Aly Raisman, two-time U.S. Olympian, opens up about alleged sexual abuse by former team doctor. Midknight Robin and Kerry Adderly discuss Raisman's 60 Minutes interview aired this past Sunday on November 12, 2017.
USA Gymnastics hires Kerry J. Perry to be become president and CEO of the organization. Perry will take over duties on December 1. She was once a vice president at a sports marketing company Learfield Communications and will be based at the national governing body office in Indianapolis.