Rhythmic gymnastics is an Olympic sport.
Gymnastics is a fun sport
Gymnastics was considered a sport in the olympics in 1954.
no there are much harder but since gymnastics is such a popular sport you have a lot of pressure. Dance is hard but not a olympic sport
Gymnastics is done all over the world. Because of this, it is an Olympic sport.
No, it is a summer Olympic sport.
gymnastics are an Olympic sport.cheer leading isn´t so gymnastics are more popular
gymnastics is in the Olympics because gymnastics is not a huge sport so that is why a lot of small sports r in the Olympics so they can be big 1 every 4 years.
No. There is no dancing in the Olymics. Only gymnastics.
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Gymnastics became an Olympic sport in 1896. When the Olympic movement was resurrected at the first Olympics Games in Athens in 1896, gymnastics made a fitting return. Germany, which was key in developing apparatus gymnastics, won most of the medals as men from five countries competed in the horizontal bar, parallel bars, pommel horse, rings and vault.
Gymnastics, Diving, Figure Skating, and Synchronized Swimming.
It is rhythmic gymnastics. It is an Olympic sport that combines dance with gymnastics. In the sport you manipulate hand apparatuses (hoop, ball, clubs, ribbon, and rope). There is no tumbling allowed.
Rythmic gymnastics was introduced as an individual sport in 1984 and in 1996 as a team event in the Olympic games.
You can do rythmic gymnastics in the olympics, it is just another form of gymnastics, olympic gymnastics can be any form of gymnastics performed at the olympic games.
Yes gymnastics is a sport. It is included in the summer Olympics.
it started out from the Greeks with their training for warriors and it got so popular after that. people noticed how much strength this sport has and agility they finally made it an official olympic sport, since then its one of the most popular sports out there.
An Olympic sport that would require the use of a balance beam would be gymnastics. Gymnasts would use the balance beam to do acrobatic tricks which require a lot of practice.