March 9, 2009
BERKELEY - With a healthy Bryan del Castillo, the No. 2 California men's gymnastics team is an even more powerful force with which to be reckoned. Del Castillo was the 2006 junior national champion, but has been limited by injuries. This year, del Castillo has competed in four different meets, and has notched four new career highs over the course of the season. CalBears.com recently talked with del Castillo to learn more about his life inside and outside of the gym.
CalBears.com: What has surprised you most about college?
CalBears.com: What is one skill you would like to have that you don't already possess?
CalBears.com: What's your biggest pet peeve?
CalBears.com: What is your favorite food that someone in your family makes? What's great about it?
CalBears.com: Who are the most influential people in your life?
CalBears.com: How do you prepare for gymnastics meets?
CalBears.com: What is the best piece of advice you've ever received?
CalBears.com: What is the worst piece of advice you've ever received?
BDC: "'Let go early and twist.'"
CalBears.com: In the last men's gymnastics Q&A, Kyle Brady wanted the next men's gymnastics student-athlete to answer: What motivates you?
CalBears.com: What question would you ask the next men's gymnastics teammate who is interviewed?
For a complete listing of past Q&As with the California men's gymnastics team, click here or look on the sidebar on the main men's gymnastics page.