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Watching these young folks perform acrobatics just makes me say oohhhh, that's gotta hurt to do that......
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It hurt to watch! Unbelievable!
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All I can say is HOLY CRAP!!!! That was impressive! Kinda makes pro football players look like some no talent sissies. That was definately athleticism at it's finest.
I think the Women's Pairs was most impressive...
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Amazing what youth can do. My sister, a competitive collegiate gymnast 35 years ago, is now suffering the results of too many hard hours in training and difficult routines. May these kids be luckier. They are amazing, though.
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Pretty amazing, for sure...hard to believe anyone could do some of that stuff!
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