I've Retired from Gymnastics...

čas přidán 14. 01. 2021
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Komentáře

  • im not a fan of gymnastics but im a fan of you well done lad what a career

  • cool bro I almost gave a shit

  • Total legend thank you for the ride! Here’s to the next chapter 👏👏👏👏👏Bravo

  • The right decision. Healthyness is the most important thing in life!

  • Addiction can ruin your life

  • who else is in tears?😭

  • You got me into British gymnastics but I stay for your optimistic personality. You've inspired so many people to pursue gymnastics so who knows what you will inspire next in people.

  • ❤️❤️❤️

  • Life takes courage on and off the mat. You have plenty of that, Be well and safe.

  • Bless you, Nile, wish you well in the future :-)

  • Thank you Nile for opening my eyes on gymnastics. It is unpopular in Poland byt you have opened my eyes on that sport. I also want to thank you, your family and friends to make last years an awsome time to learn more about how sport can change lives. Dzięki

  • Hey Nile, it's not over. It's just time to open that next door. There are plenty of ways you can still continue to be involved in the sport even if you're not competing professionally anymore. You have a lot to contribute to others who may be trying to get into the gymnastics or step up their skills. And even though I am not a gymnast, I for one can wholeheartedly say that your videos and your journey has inspired me to continue improving and pushing myself in my fitness and flexibility goals and learning new skills. Best of luck to you in this next chapter. May God bless you always.

  • So well done- and GENEROUS OF SPIRIT: Nile for using his own personal tragedy he’s still working through (understandably) and all the other participants including his close inner circle (all committed to being upbeat when’s possible but this was as his Mom, Dad and sister says not possible to treat like other challenges they had been dealt), and the filmmakers including whoever edited the film ALL deserving so much CREDIT for doing this. I am sure it’s helped others in dark places, and will continue to do so. All involved esp Nile should be really proud of this film, and I hope it will be made available on many more platforms so it can reach even more people. I don’t know HOW to get this onto other platforms like NETFLIX, but hope the responses here on CS-tv will help. Maybe youtube could facilitate making this available on other platforms, as a public service and public health matter. It’s so well done, and that’s sadly not always the case with documentaries concerning this subject. Suicide is among the leading causes of death in the USA, where it’s usually listed as one of the “top 10” (occasionally falls to like 12th) causes of death yearly according to official government statistics (none yet circulated or tabulated about the pandemic, with many people having new pressures on them they don’t feel they did anything to deserve, just as Nile did nothing wrong; he tried to be humble with his prodigious talent and inspire others which he’s done... and continues to do). Kudos.

  • I love nile as a gymnast but good on you nile you will be remembed by you effort you put in the comptions thats how you'll be rembed

  • You look like james bond,so cool

  • Bless you !

  • Good luck with your next steps, Niles. I stumbled across your channel during the first lockdown and have been fascinated by what you do; the obvious hard work, passion and fun that you bring to it. Thank you for sharing your world with us x

  • You're a legend in the.field and will be missed but its only right to.do what's best for you, so onwards and upwards with the.clubs 👍👍 you should be proud you have achieved so much❤

  • So what's next then ??

  • 1:02 baby joanna 😭

  • I hope you’re safe and positive on your new journey, Nile. Good luck buddy.😉❤️

  • So inspirational, your a true hero Nile ❤️

  • Tons of respect my man! I can understand that this had to be one of the most difficult decisions ever for you. However, I do believe that we will be hearing about you lots and lots more in the gymnastic world. I believe that you'd make and amazing coach to the youngsters. The video with Jack Stone simply convinced me of this! Imagine what a kid like Jack could achieve with you guiding him :o But that is of course entirely up to you. Whatever it is that you will do in the future, I am sure you will be great at it and I wish you the best of luck with that!! Thank you for bringing tons of intense exciting moments to us in competition and if you'd ask me, I'd say that you have achieved Legendary status! Looking forward to your next vlog!

  • Nile is my motivation to keep on going with my gymnastics, and even though he has retired from his incredible journey , I will not stop until I can’t go no more, Nile your a inspiration to so many people including gymnasts , Nike Wilson will carry on 😣

  • Piango 😞

  • I watched u stick some landings live and watching you was amazing, I legit use to think that gravity doesn't affect this man :) we all love u g

  • His videos have always made me laugh, but this is the first one that makes me cry. Your hard work and dedication are shown through all of your routines, and I'm so damn proud of you. Thank you for showing us that we can do whatever we want as long as we go for it and never give up. All the best to you and I'm sure it's a whole new exciting journey ahead for you. :)

  • I know I'm super late with commenting, but Nile, you're the reason why I started gymnastics. You gave me so much motivation, and after a hard practice, I would look forward to watching you. There were moments when I wanted to quit and give up, but you were the reason I kept going. 💚💚💚💚

  • Good news, I got my 1st press to handstand. (I just don't know what I did to make it). Bad news. I lost my V-up challenge. Worse news. Now you got to drop whatever you're doing to find me a loop-hole so I don't have to wear a leotard in public for my penalty. also I got another OLT

  • A great journey !

  • so sad to hear that.. I hope ur gonna be a coach in the future

  • Mission accomplished Nile, Well done mate you made us all proud to be Yorkshire men. Now it's time to help the next generation accomplish their dreams.

  • Nile, it has been a thrill to watch a wonderful human being do their best. I enjoyed taking a journey with you. May God Bless you.

  • I just found out about you today, I didn't even knew that you were an Olympic gymnast, why I subscribed to you was because of your energy, and your thoughts. I am currently binging your videos and you made me want to move and exercise again (which I have been failing in this pandemic). Thank you for your videos and your energy and positivity!

  • Nile, I’ve been watching your channel for a while now, but I just subscribed because I just had to. 😊 I hope it grows to be huge and I know you will be successful in your days to come! Keep working! God bless you 💕

  • No way the sports world has lost a fantastic athlete gutted for you Nile hopefully we see you at compilation's if not doing the sport you love then getting the next generation of the next Nile Wilson ❤😭

  • Even tho I've never done gymnastics ever sins I started watch you I've always wanted to take part and you retired now has defo hit a nerve

  • Let's not ignore the fact that Nile has leveraged his YEARS of training in Gymnastics into a CS-tv career. Well done sir, you have taken an opportunity once again and grabbed it with both hands. That's what made you a champion. That's what will keep you a champion. Many Injured gymnasts will fall into oblivion... but you've shared the journey all the way and long may that continue. I hope your career will allow you a future of CS-tv + Media delivery. You deserve it buddy.

  • Good for you. Life's too short to risk a massive injury in the name of glory. You're already a great role model and have so many other options now. You've got the very top. Don't look back.

  • You are such an inspiration, honestly so sad but so happy for you! will always support you! Going to learn from the best

  • you are an inspiration, I wish you success whatever you choose to do next. Be proud of what you accomplished.

  • Thank you for everything you have done for British gymnastics, but also thank you for highlighting your struggles with mental health. I would send your videos onto my sister’s partner after he attempted to do himself harm, and they really helped him through some dark times. I used to be a gymnast, nowhere near your level of course but I retired at age 13 because of injuries and not wanting to compete. I still loved gymnastics and obviously I still do, but I just did not want to compete anymore. I wished I could have continued on but the head coach was all about the winning. So I understand some of what you are feeling. I think this is the right time to retire for you though. After the neck surgery I was worried for you, but I did want to see you back in the gym. If you can get back in there enjoying it without the stress of competing at any level, I think the enjoyment would come back. There is always coaching though. Passing your knowledge on to the next generation.

  • this hit hard especially right now. I've been thinking alot about gymnastics. I started when I was going but we couldn't afford it anymore and I started again last year (age 13) which is really late. I was already set back and then with the first quarantine I lost so many skills I had to restart once again and now we're quarantined again and I just know I'll lose so many skills and so much strength and I've developed knee pain and I have a back injury and I just don't know if I'll be able to keep going for much longer. I might have to quit. Lol just typing the words "might have to quit" and thinking about quiting is making me cry. the one thing that makes me happy and basically my life my personality my identity everything about my life revolves around gymnastics. If I don't have that anymore who am I? I can call myself a gymnast but I don't do it anymore. I'll be "normal" I'll be sitting at home more then usual and I won't be able to say that im an athlete anymore. Ugh idk what to do.

  • Ah Nile. I don't know what to say. It's been amazing watching you do what you love. I understand so much about pain and mental health and I know how much it affects you constantly. To work through all that and still compete is something I could never do and is something you should be incredibly proud of. Good luck with whatever comes your way. You'll smash it and dominate it like you did gymnastics! Sending love and hugs xxx

  • So sad. Greetings from Ecuador, enjoy your life without competitive gymnastics.

  • Ok só now you'll have time for me , will you marry me pleeeeeeeeeease

  • Aside from anything else, this is a stunningly put together video. Wow!

  • Thank you for sharing your journey ❤️

  • Just watched the video with Peter Finch just like to wish you all the best for the future 👍🏻

  • Saw it coming

  • Hey nile, absolutely no chance you'll remember me, but I'm one of the MANY people that go to ur gymnastics, anyways it's the start of a new chapter, the past is the past

  • You can coach others to achieve their full potential so u are still active in gymnastics just maybe not taking part like u used to. Thats not a bad thing, in fact its showing that u have even more to give the world x take care if u now @nile Wilson

  • i’ve been subscribed to your channel for years now. you’re the person that made me want to start gymnastics.

  • its now been 4 years since i last watched your channel and when i last watched it i was inspired to get in shape... now im in decent shape both mentally and phisically and I came back here randomly and see you struggled through a lot... just wanted to say thank you very much for who you are.. also Emily seems nice. Much love bro

  • Nile my fam will miss you remember when i met you 4 times ;(

  • Found this from your video with Peter Finch. an unbelievable number of achievements at such an age. The world is your oyster going forward, can't wait to see what else you get up to! All the best"

  • Will this be the end of the Channel bro?

  • I haven’t watch u in a year but I wish u the best of luck

  • what

  • I wouldn't have subscribed and kept watching your vids, Nile, if it was just about following your journey to return to the Olympics. You will always be a gymnast no matter what, just like how I consider myself still a dancer despite not performing anymore - it will always be a part of who you are. And yet you are also much more than just a gymnast. I look forward to seeing what you choose to focus on moving forward, where your passions lead you, and how you will continue to do what you do best - inspire others by being an honest, hard-working, authentic human being.

  • Its only a finger .. i even hade a dream to fly in to the uk only to come worke out with nil wilson ! Dont ruin my dream

  • That was seriously emotional! This is only part of your story and you are living!

  • I didn't anderstand what hapend , can somone explane?? Why are you retarin you to old,? Or you got injured??

  • i haven't read any comments yet Are you going to coach? It just seems you'd be good at it.

  • You’re one of the best male gymnast the world has ever made, have and had... Your contribution is already there, you’ve become influential to those kids who look up to you... A Hero to them...

  • 😭

  • That the best end to a CS-tv video I’ve ever seen ❤️. The next chapters waiting for you champ 🏆

  • Very sad news. He was so good. The sport is so hard on body. He will be a great coach

  • Good luck Nile!

  • You inspired me a lot ! Love from France

  • I never knew a retirement video could be so inspiring, well done Nile! I look forward to seeing what the future has in store for you!

  • I'm crying my heart out the second i read the title. We love you Nile!!!

  • sad to miss tokyo

  • Nile you may stop being a competitive gymnast but you keep being a huge inspiration for tens of thousands of people worldwide!

  • Do not give up you are always a gymnast

  • I don't know if you will read this. But you have been a massive inspiration to me. I was at a part of my life where my depression was hitting me hard. And your videos carried me through. I took a leave of absence from work. I lost 3 of my family members in a car accident. But I found you. I used to do gymnastics when I was a kid. Gymnastics will always be one of the favorite moments of my life. Watching you, watching your struggles, it saved my life. And I just want you to know... I don't think I would be alive right now if it wasn't for you. You may have retired from gymnastics, and I'm sure that is hard for you. But you saved my life. Your stupid jokes. That little girl in your gym that did like 100 dips... every video you made inspired me... I fucking love you. Thank you.

  • Thank you Nile! And to all those along the way that helped make all that you’ve accomplished possible. It was an honor to watch it all unfold. Good luck and thank you. 🤸🥇🏆🙏♥️🤞

  • I do feel sad for him. Not because his journey ends, because it's the beginning of something new, but because this was his identity his whole life. He probably didn't even know who he is without the sport. So making that decision and finding your new identity must be a real struggle.

  • Are you still going to post

  • I love your channel. An inspiration, as is your das for us old gits. :-)

  • Better your body falls out of love with gymnastics and not your soul. You can continue to love the sport from a different level with an incredible source of experiences. It's a huge change in a person's life to retire. I know you will take care of yourself during this transition period. I look forward to watching more of your videos. :)

  • This was very emotional to watch because I’ve been watching you since I was 16 and i am now 21 all I can say is you’re amazing, brave, determined and I am so proud of you from everything that you have achieved! You should be so proud of yourself! Wish you all the best x

  • Well Nile look on the bright side. You can now eat McDonald's 3 times a day with "MattDoesFitness"

  • Incredible, beautiful, strong tribute video 🤍 we’re always by your side

  • THATS MAKING IT SO FU... REAL! DUABI WITH GABRIELE?

  • RETIRED AND ALREADY IN DUBAI

  • I always say if I ever fall out of love with being a nurse, il hand in my tunic and stethoscope and go in a different direction. Massive respect to you, I truly understand the pain youv gone through and may still go through from your injuries (orthopaedic nurse). Please say you'll still do CS-tv? Xx

  • I am so proud of you and everything you have done. I cannot wait to see what you do and will be here rooting for you from the sidelines🤙🏼💛

  • I'm excited to see where life takes you next.

  • You’ve had an amazing career. There is more to come to be excited about. Rest assured. My boys have loved watching your videos. They are gymnasts also, just a few seasons in, with a long road ahead. You are an inspiration! Thank you. God bless you.

  • I recently stopped gymnastics after 11 years and that was tough so I can only imagine how hard it was for Nile❤️

  • Congratulations on what you've achieved, and on making what I think is the right choice for you. Getting out before you are permanently injured is the smart move. Perhaps you'll consider coaching full-time, you have a clear gift for inspiring people. In any case, thank you and good luck to you.

  • You've been sensational to watch, inspiratational to all those kids (inc the ones we watched you with in the gym) and you have stopped (thank goodness) before you affect the rest of your life with an injury. There's a bright future ahead of you - as you say, you will always be Nile Wilson, Gymnast (Extraordinary!) and you;ll always be OUR Nile Wilson. Can't wait to see what the next chapter holds. Keep strong and well. There's such love and adfmiration out here for you and your honesty - and your skills as a communicator, Mr Wilsonator !!

  • Are you stil going to mack vidoes

  • I've loved watching you nile. This has been a true blessing in my gymnastics carrier. You motivate me more and more. I hope you still put out videos now and then

  • Wow, definitely unexpected video to see. It's so ironic that now's the time I've finally been doing the body bible regiment I got for myself. But maybe it's fitting. Even if you never compete on telly again, you're still inspiring people like me to become better. To invite a little more health into their life, become a bit more active so they can achieve their goal. In or out of the gym. As a channel fan, I can say with confidence that your energy will bring whatever you're doing to life. You've got plenty of greatness in you, even if it's time to focus on other ways of showing it. Congrats on all you have achieved, including making this powerful decision. I can't wait to see what's next.

  • Even though he has retired from gymnastics, he is still only 25. God bless your next chapter in life, there is much more to come

  • I'm sad Nile has to retire due to injuries and not by other reasons but nonetheless he is giving a tremendous mark on the sport and I'm pretty sure if he decides to be a coach he's going to be a wonderful one, hope life gives his more opportunities to show how much worth he is because truth is that he's a great athlete and I think also a great guy, thanks for all the experiences you share with us Nile 🤗

  • Unreal Niall forever and always

  • Long time follower and sub ... like all great things it comes to an end. But Niall remember your changed the game forever, for everyone huge huge huge gratitude for that . Love you always mate