Alex Summers: Events
Butler Gymnastics Club Inc. - az-links.info Hosted Meets. Start, Meet, Gymnasts , Alex Summers Invitational, , In. The Alex Summers Foundation hopes to hold a variety of events during the year ( such as The 4th Annual Alex Summer's Invitational Gymnastics Meet. Make It or Break It is an American television drama series which premiered on June 22, on ABC Family. Set in the world of elite gymnastics, the series follows a group of teen .. Kaylie storms out of the gym and Summer tells Sasha about Marty and Kaylie's mother's affair. Sasha loses it and punches Marty in the face.
Meanwhile, Ike, a school outcast takes Payson under his wing encouraging Payson to skip class and offers her pot. At the Rock, Sasha is hosting the annual Open House Night and decides to make it "fun" this year, encouraging everyone to enjoy themselves by dressing themselves in costumes and performing routines purely for entertainment.
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Nicky and Kaylie are assigned to do a duet performance, which proves to be difficult, considering they have conflicting opinions about everything. However, the couple soon come to a truce and Kaylie comes up with an idea for their performance.
Meanwhile, Emily is convinced by her mom to tell the story of her life through her performance, which results in a little girl asking for Emily's first autograph. He reluctantly agrees to this, but disapproves when Summer asks to hold a lecture about abstinence to the gymnasts.Brielle ALEX SUMMERS Invitational LEVEL4
Sasha tells Kaylie that in order to reach the needed height for her Double Arabian to beat international competitors, she needs to improve her strength. Nicky offers to help her, and the two arrive early to the gym to practice.
USA Gymnastics suspends former Olympics coach with ties to Larry Nassar
To secure Carter's heart for her own, Lauren tries to get Nicky and Kaylie together, and insists to Payson that the two have feelings for each other.
One night, Carter catches Steve with a woman when they stumble up into the attic he is residing. At school, Payson receives a Valentine's rose from who she believes is Ike, but later learns was from Heather, the school's perky over-achiever who causes Payson's pessimistic mindset to change. Tired of Ike's negative attitude, Payson ends her friendship with him, realizing that the world is full of so many opportunities other than gymnastics. Nassar had the back room, and [Geddert] had the locker room.
We were terrified to go in there. Even if you didn't know what happened in there, it was very clear when girls came out and were hyperventilating because they were so scared. By then, Nassar was an accomplished athletic trainer who had volunteered at the Pan American Games and Olympic gymnastics trials, treating members of the U.
One time, with his medical school future in doubt, it was Geddert who came to Nassar's aid, writing a letter to the dean of Michigan State's College of Osteopathic Medicine.
In the years that followed, Nassar and Geddert rose to greater prominence within the gymnastics world. InNassar became national medical coordinator for the sport's governing body, USA Gymnastics, a position that made him part of an iconic Olympic moment that same year: Geddert served as head coach of the women's team at the London Games.
In recent months, three members of that team in addition to Wieber -- Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney and Gabby Douglas -- have alleged that they too were sexually assaulted by Nassar under the guise of medical treatment.
USA Gymnastics suspends former Olympics coach John Geddert who is tied to Larry Nassar
In the months before and after the London Olympics, Geddert's temper threatened his career. He was accused of assault and battery in two separate incidents at Twistars, according to police reports obtained by Outside the Lines. In the first incident, reported in Novemberthe parent of a Twistars gymnast, who also worked at the club as a coach, told state police that during a heated argument after an evening practice, Geddert followed her into the parking lot and physically assaulted her by stepping on her foot and chest bumping her to prevent her from leaving.
In the second incident, a year later, a gymnast told police Geddert "stepped on her toe, grabbed her arm and pushed her into the wall" to discipline her, according to a police report. Geddert, who told police the year-old "got her ass chewed," denied the allegations of assault, and he did not face charges in either case. Shortly after the second alleged incident, the girl's grandmother received a series of text messages from an unexpected source -- Larry Nassar.
He pleaded with her not to file charges against Geddert.
Nassar went on to say in the texts, which were reviewed by Outside the Lines: Just as he had years earlier at Great Lakes Gymnastics, Nassar saw hundreds of girls on his training table in a back room at Twistars, alone. Parents would sign up their children to see Nassar on Monday evenings and often wait more than two hours for a chance to be treated by him.
Dozens of former Twistars gymnasts now say Nassar sexually abused them during those medical exams. In the spring and summer ofUSA Gymnastics paid Don Brooks, a Lansing private detective, to investigate the history of complaints against Geddert.
Among others, Brooks interviewed the former Twistars gymnast who alleged Geddert assaulted her in the locker room, the girl's grandmother said. When reached by phone, Brooks declined to comment about his findings, which he turned over to USA Gymnastics in September It's unclear what happened to the investigation; USA Gymnastics declined to comment.
Nassar was well aware of the way Geddert worked with gymnasts.