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Posted on 01 Dec 2013 by owena
8. You were a member of the national team under two main coaches, Leonid Arkayev and Andrei Rodionenko. Are you able to say anything about the differences in approach between these two head coaches? How did the atmosphere in the team change? <br /> <br />9. What do you think were the reasons that you were not placed on the national team after 2009? <br /> <br />10. What are you doing now in your everyday life, and what do you plan to do after you retire from competitive gymnastics?
I think I speak for thousands of fans when I say I will be delighted to see you back where you belong. You will bring a lot of beauty to the gymnastics arena and we are looking forward to supporting you. <br /> <br />Good luck, do your best xx Elizabeth
My questions to Anna are: <br /> <br />1. Your routines are always so fluid, especially your floor and beam work. How important do you think this is in a routine? <br /> <br />2. Are you considering adding a fourth pass in your floor routine? <br /> <br />3. How much does your knee injury affect your choice of tumbling moves? <br /> <br />4. Where do you train now? <br /> <br />5. How important is it to you to have four events and be able to compete in all-around competitions? <br /> <br />6. What is your favourite event and why? <br /> <br />7. Which gymnast of any nationality, past or present, do you admire? <br /> <br />8. What is your favourite gymnastic/acrobatic/dance move and why?
1) Would she consider training for a harder second vault? <br /> <br />2) Would she add the switch ring leap + Onodi back to her beam routine? <br /> <br />3) Does she "hate" uneven bars, considering that this is the event preventing her from easily winning bronze in 2004 and 2008 Olympic all-around?
Only 1 short but blunt question: will continue to compete even after the 2016 Olympics even when you are in your 30s?
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