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Michigan Gymnastics

After unveiling of banner, Michigan gives reason for repeat

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BY ALEX TAYLOR

On a day when it raised its 2013 NCAA National Championship banner, the Michigan men’s gymnastics team showed why it’s once again the favorite to repeat.

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Michigan hosts inaugural Autism Awareness Meet on Friday

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BY CINDY YU

The meet will teach attendees about the most underfunded — yet fastest-growing — developmental disorder.

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Sampson matures on and off the floor

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BY KELLY HALL

If you look at her now, you wouldn’t expect that the senior co-captain of the Michigan gymnastics team was once a stubborn freshman who wanted everything done her own way.

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Men’s Gymnastics

Men's gymnastics comes out on top in first rivalry meet

BY CAROLYN KODIS

Saturday, No. 2 Michigan blew away its out-of-conference rival, 433.050-429.000 to move undefeated on the year.

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Depth and team chemistry aid gymnastics in win

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BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The women’s gymnastics team beat Ohio State, 197.325-195.200.

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Zakharia sticks it in conference debut against Ohio State

BY CINDY YU

No. 5 Michigan beat Ohio State in its conference opener with a season-best score of 197.325.

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Wolverines improve despite mishaps in quad meet

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BY CINDY YU

The Wolverines bested North Carolina State, North Carolina and Towson in a quad meet at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C. Their 196.800 total boosted them to No. 5 in this week’s rankings, up three spots from last week.

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