The C Score (2.0)

French team training at Grieux until Christmas, Pauline Morel to continue

Posted on: December 17, 2008

A small group of French gymnasts is in Grieux (near Grenoble) for a training camp lasting until December 23rd.

Apparently national coach Véronique Legras-Snoeck wants to integrate the youngest seniors, those born in 1993, including Youna Dufournet.

Pauline Morel will not be at Giers, but has already announced that she will continue competing.

The gymnasts present are Dufournet, Emilie Dupuis, Manon Erre, Eva Maurin, Elodie Perez, Marine Petit, Typhaine Pompilio, and Chloé Stanic. Petit is the only Olympic-team member to show up at Giers.

Of other gymnasts who could/should have been present, many are excused, and some are injured (including Laetitia Dugain, Kathleen Lindor, Aurélie Malausséna and Angéline Serre). Apparently Rose-Eliandre Bellemare and Lindsay Lindor are in Guadeloupe for a gala. Guadeloupe or Giers? You decide.

Finally, Marine Debauve has not yet decided on the future of her gymnastics career (by which I mean, whether it exists).

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1 Response to "French team training at Grieux until Christmas, Pauline Morel to continue"

Dear Laetitia Dugain i hope you get better from your injuries your gymnastics full of bueaty and skill your performances in beijing were fantastic and stunning your face is as bueatiful as the moon sky and your hair is as pretty as the stars your voice sounds like song of dreams hope to see you in the upcoming gymnastics championships in great britian O2 arena.

best wishes in your honour

love from ASHLEY xxx.

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First there was A score and B score, now D score and E score. Where is the C score? Right here. In the form of my random thoughts about women's artistic gymnastics.

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