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Geoffrey Taucer

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Jan 21, 2007
Baltimore, MD
Probably should have posted here first, but I guess it's not too late. Most of this is copypasted from the "what kind of gymnast are you?" topic.

My real name is Jeremy (as to why I go be Geoffrey Taucer on these boards, there's a bit of a story behind that -- suffice to say it's the name I'm most well-known by on the internet). I'm 19, and I coach at a gym in North Carolina. I coach both boys (levels 4 thru 6) and girls (mostly levels 4 and 5, though I also occasionally work with the 3's and the 6's and 7's).

I have retired from competition, but still train as hard as ever, just for the fun of it.

I was a floor and vault specialist. On floor, I recently got my Thomas-full (back one-and-three w/ 2.5 twists, landing in a roll -- it's not in FIG, and to the best of my knowledge I'm the only person ever to pull it off). My best skills on floor right now (aside from the Tom Full) are my Thomas (same as the Tom Full, but with 1.5 twists instead of 2.5), my full-in, and my double-front. Skills I'm working on include full-in full-out and a double-layout.

On vault, I can pull off a tsukahara double-back to a resi on a good day, though I can't land with any consistency.


That's similar to our old coach- the optionals coach got her competing as a level nine fo fun and to give the other level nine a teammate.
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