Ponor, Romania run a close second to China after qualifying session
STUTTGART, Germany -- Most women start their floor exercise in the corner. Catalina Ponor of Romania struts out to the center of the arena and strikes a diva's pose.
She owns the place when she's out there, and, now that she's back, it's hard to ignore the feeling that Romania might be on its way toward owning women's gymnastics again, as well.
With Ponor's personality leading the way -- to say nothing of her
glittering beam routine -- Romania proved itself a contender after
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