By Mike RogowayBy Mike RogayA lot of the top gymnasts at the US Olympic Trials this summer were on a roll.
They were taking home gold medals and medals in other competitions.
But then, on Sunday night, a massive mat inflatable mat inflatables the floor of the arena at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
They all jumped out of their seats and headed for the mat, with a little help from a team of US gymnastics coaches who are reportedly working to get them the most efficient mat possible.
There were other mats that had to be used to prevent injuries, so this one could help the athletes avoid getting tangled up.
The mats, which are supposed to help the athlete in some way, are meant to keep their feet from rolling up.
But the team behind the mats, called the American Team, says that while the mats are a good idea, they should not replace the mat itself.
The mats that were part of the Rio team will be replaced by a much smaller, more efficient version, according to NBC News.
The team of gymnasts has already been working to improve the mats and the team has already begun using a new inflatable one.
The new inflatable mat is also supposed to be more durable.
So how much better will it be than the mat that was used?
NBC’s Mike Rogough has the answer: not much.
According to NBC, the American team will use the same mat for their final three events at the Olympics, in order to give the athletes an opportunity to practice, compete and work on their technique.