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International Gymnast Magazine: November
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The November 2011 issue of International Gymnast Magazine digital version is available now! Subscribe today and read this entire issue digitally, on your computer!

Lilleshall: Backstage in Britain
IG takes a peek inside the National Sports Centre. Former British Gymnastics Performance Director John Atkinson has penned a detailed history of Lilleshall to go along with this pictorial by British photographer Eileen Langsley.

Russian Royalty
Yevgenia Kanayeva and Daria Kondakova stole the show — and most of the medals — at the worlds in France. Story by former rhythmic great Vera Marinova Atkinson.

NCAA Preview
Defending champions Alabama and Stanford will face a difficult challenge in 2012. IG previews the top 12 women's teams and top six men's teams from 2011.

Gym Workshop
Ingenious innovations from the USA Gymnastics National Congress in St. Paul, Minn. Interesting mats, training aids and other fun stuff for the gymnastics world!

10 Questions With...
Sarah Patterson, head coach at defending NCAA champion Alabama. Now in her 34th season, Patterson shares what she's learned through her years in Tuscaloosa.

Catching Up With...
Natalia Frolova, one of the most talented and expressive gymnasts among the dominant Soviets of the 1980s.

PLUS:
Ziert Alert!; "Group Therapy" rhythmic gallery; 10 Concepts of Impact; Coaches' Poll: What is something you should never say to your gymnasts?; Dismount: Andreas Wecker; and much more!

 

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