Nadia Comaneci, in 1976 at the Olympics.
A perfect score in gymnastics would be a ten.
Nadia Comaneci was the first gymnast to score a perfect 10 in Olympic competition.
another name for a perfect score is a "10"
Nadia Comaneci, in 1976.
A Romanian named Nadia Commenci
Olga Korbut - The first women to show the world the beauty of gymnastics at 17 Nadia Comaneci - The first to score a perfect 10 at age 14
Nadia Comaneci received a perfect 10 at the 1976 Olympic games.
Nadia Comaneci No, She was the first female. Albert Sequin received perfect 10 at the 1924 Olympics, 52 years earlier
A perfect 10 is the highest score ever achieved
10 Perfect Score in a Gymnastics Event
There is at least one. Nadia Comaneci received the first perfect 10 score in an Olympics gymnastic event in Montreal in 1976.
Billy Mitchell of Hollywood, Florida was the first verified person to achieve a perfect score of 3,333,360 points.
The objective is to score a perfect score, which is a 10, on all 4 events. The events are floor, beam, bars, and vault for women.
The Romanian gymnast, Nadia Comaneci (nod-yuh keo-man-eech) was the first Olympian to be awarded a perfect score of 10. She got 6 more 10s, just to prove the point. This is a bit misleading, though, as Albert Sequin in 1924 earned a perfect score of 10,000, but that is not '10'. So, the answer is: Albert Sequin earned the first perfect score in Olympic gymnastics, but Nadia Comaneci earned the first perfect '10'.
Gymnastics is constantly getting more and more difficult and more advanced. Ever since the first perfect 10.00 score in 1976, gymnastics has been getting harder, yet the 10.00 score stayed the same. Eventually, it was realized that at some point 10.00 would no longer be that nearly impossible score, because the gymnastics skills had come up so far that the average was a perfect 10.00. So, with the new system of scoring, gymnastics can continually get more advanced without ever going too far. Gymnasts have a starting score according to the moves and difficulty of their routine, and are scored on how they compared to their starting score. It is hard for those of us who watch gymnastics to have to say good-bye to that perfect 10.00, but it will be better for the long run.
The past perfect, or pluperfect tense of "to score" in the first person is "I had scored".