Mohini BhardwajDate / 2015-04-06 12:20:20
Mohini Bhardwaj UCLA alumna would be introduced into Hall of Fame Class of the USA Gymnastics in 2015, as earlier announced this month by USA Gymnastics. Mohini, who was introduced into Hall of Fame of UCLA Athletics in 2013, lead the U.S. to another silver medal at the Olympics 2004 after leading UCLA to two more NCAA Championships in the year 2000 and year 2001.
Mohini is the 4th UCLA woman to be introduced into the Hall of fame USAG, attending 2013 team 2011 personal honoree Kristen Maloney, honoree Samantha Peszek, and 2012 personal/2008 team honoree Tasha Schwikert.
An uncommon victory story both post and pre-college, Mohini was a renowned member of the World Championship team 1997 earlier than opposing at UCLA from 1998-2001. Because of a Bruin, she led the squad to back-to-back titles of NCAA, won a couple of NCAA personal titles as well as 11 honors of All-America and won both the Honda Award and the AAI Award during their senior year. She have the 2nd-highest all-around achievement in history of NCAA, recording a score of 39.975 in 2001 later than getting a 9.975 on vault and after that three successive perfect 10s on bars, floor and beam. Following their cloistered career, she came back to the best scene, getting success in the title of U.S. national on vault and guiding the U.S. to a bronze medal at the 2001 World Championships earlier than going onto the success of Olympic 2004.
Mohini has been coaching physical exercises for 15 years, operates, owns and serves as director of club of Oregon Olympic Athletics.
Joining Mohini in the 2015 Class are rhythmic gymnast Jessica Howard, acro pair Kristin Allen/Michael Rodrigues, trampoline and tumbler Jennifer Sans, gymnast Terin Humphrey, lifetime achievement honorees Doug Hills, men’s gymnastics coach Mark Williams and David Moskovitz. The introduction observance is planned for Friday, 14th Aug, throughout during the USA Gymnastics National Congress and 2015 P&G Gymnastics Championships & Trade Show in Indianapolis.