Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Red Set Go

Videos have emerged of Waverley's own Shona Morgan in pre-season training with the Stanford gymnastics team.


Videos courtesy of Tenaya West and Stanford Women's Gymnastics.

Team fitness training:




Team retreat:




"I'm really excited, I'm making S'mores!"

Fwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw. Love her. And YES I will henceforth dub her Shona S'more-gan. Ye wanna fight abouddit?



For more detailed information about the retreat's activities, read a teammate's journal entry here.

Speaking of retreats, Mel Jones and Olivia Vivian also recently attended Oregon State's pre-season team retreat (photos courtesy OSU at Facebook).




7 comments:

Wolfie said...

How cool. Shona is so lucky to have this opportunity - totally deserves it too. Wow, imagine having Stanford on your CV? Good for her.

P.S. Hope she enjoyed the smore.

Nik said...

Does anyone know what she is studying? Stanford has excellent academic programs and with the new recruits, the gym team looks awesome! Congrats to her on her decision- I hope her experience is fantastic and that more Aussies are encouraged to take up the opportunity if it arises!

Anonymous said...

What an amazing opportunity! I can understand why Shona wanted to go early and pulled out of the CWG team.
These opportunities may only come once in a life time and you have to make the most of them. Thats why I am happy for all girls that are selected
to GA teams, it is perhaps their once in a life time opportunity.

Anonymous said...

I;m so pleased Shona has taken up this opportunity. She is going to have the most amazing four years and I know I'd kill to be in her position! I can totally understand why she went early too - I wouldn't want to miss team retreat at Yosemite!

I can't wait to see her in action once the competitive season starts!

Brinds

Anonymous said...

I am not sure what Shona is studying. I think in US universities the first yeat I think students study a wide variety of topics.
It is an amazing opportunity for Shona not only to compete NCAA but to attend one of the best universities in the US and probably in the world.

Anonymous said...

Yay for Shona! So pleased for her and it looks like a great group of girls to be studying and competing with. Can't wait to see her in action!

Naomi said...

I visited your website, the information which you have shared in your site is very much standard and the gym team looks awesome. According to my knowledge Stanford has admirable academic programs.

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