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Welcome to the new blog site!

Welcome to MCS Maria's Elite Gymnastics new blog site!

I'm glad you've made the transfer with me to my new Blogger site. I hope this format will be more welcoming to you and I hope you'll keep visiting.

This is still my gymnastics blog, dedicated to all things elite artistic gymnastics. This is a site for gymnastics fans and devotees. I will be posting topics related to the sport of gymnastics. This is a site that is welcome to everyone, and if you have any suggestions, or topics you want me to blog about, please feel free to contact me. I will be creating an email exclusively for this blog. When I create it, I will post that here. I mostly follow women's artistic gymnastics, so if you want to see posts about the men, please go ahead and contact me and if you provide content or ideas, I will be happy to give you due credits.

My rule is that topics MUST be related to the sport of gymnastics. If you submit a topic, please make sure it is related to gymnastics. This is not a blog about politics or world events so please keep all comments directed towards blog topics. This is a safe space for everyone, so please be polite to one another. I will not tolerate cruelty or abusive comments of any kind.

With that out of the way, please enjoy this video I am posting. I will post next about the finalized WAG Code of Points for 2013-2016. Expect to find out more fun facts.

Until next time my fellow gymnastics lovers.

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