GymnasticsVille.com Midknight Robin, interviews Casimiro Suarez, nine-time Cuban all-around champion, about creating seven gymnastics skills and Ohio State men’s gymnastics team outlook for the upcoming season.
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Casimiro Suarez was named assistant coach of the Ohio State men’s gymnastics team in the summer of 2011 and is in his sixth season with the Buckeyes.
Suarez, a native of Havana, Cuba, came to Ohio State after coaching at Orlando Metro Gymnastics in Florida from 2002-2011. A U.S. Junior National Team coach since 2004, he was named the Junior Olympic coach of the year in 2010. Suarez served as the Cuban women’s national team coach from 1991-1994, was the Brazilian women’s national team coach from 1995-1998, and also spent three seasons at Oklahoma as an assistant coach for the women’s team from 1998-2000. Suarez coached former Buckeye Tai Lee to many prestigious awards, including the state and regional eight champion and a 10.0 honor awarded to the region’s outstanding high school senior in academics and gymnastics.