not original. some obscure North Korean female gymnast did one of these in the 80's. this was the era when the Chinese attempted to do 1 arm giants and 1 arm catch geingers, but the FIG wouldn't have it.What was that somersault move over the bar that Yao of China did? Was it original??
Mitch actually competed the Geinger over the top for the distinction of the Gaylord 1 at the US Sports festival in 1982. then Tony performed the Jaeger over the top representing Mexico in an international meet later that year and then Mitch performed the same after Tony, maybe 1983. and i might be off a few months. remember, this is when you actually had to compete in an Olympic or World meet to get something named after you. here is another one of Tony at Worlds. he does both the Gaylord 1 AND the first rendition of a full twisting Kovacs, but they call it the Pineda. at 7:25 in the 2nd video, you see Mitch at the OG just competing the G1. if my memory serves, Abie and Art took out the 2 cause he kept hitting his shins. there were a ton of things being done during that era that never got credited correctly. like the triple back on floor.