Figure skating is more popular than Gymnastics in North America,I don't know about the rest.
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Well, that's a very oppinionated question. I'd say gymnastics. I've done both, and I've gotten kinda to a higher level with both. I've gotten more injuries doing gymnastics than probably ever.
An other sport Tara did other than ice skating she liked to do gymnastics.
Figure skating is a type of ice skating. It's like asking "Is a Ferrari more popular than a car?" A Ferrari is a type of car. Ice skating includes figure skating, speed skating, ice dancing, ice hockey, any type of activity where you move across the ice on skates. So, ice skating would have more participants because it includes more activities than just figure skating.
Yes, gymnastics may be better than cheerleading for you, or vice versa, but that's your question to answer. If you are a cheerleading fan/cheerleader, then OBVIOUSLY you're gonna say cheerleading is better than gymnastics. But if you're a gymnastics fan/gymnast, then OBVIOUSLY you're gonna say gymnastics is better than cheerleading. It's up to you of what YOU think.
Figure skating has better skating skill than hockey. However, hockey is a team sport and game, and figure skating is an "art" and to learn it, you pretty much have to go through the rigors you'd do in learning any other art. It's actually very similar to lots of martial arts, the skill sets needed. Hockey, though, is a fun game, like soccer, and different skills are needed for that game, like stick handling, ability to work on a team, etc, that figure skating wouldn't require. One thing, though, that people don't realize, in a race, equivalent level figure skater and hockey player, the figure skater will usually win against the hockey player, the better technique from figure skating would make a better hockey player for sure, just both sides usually never want to try each other's sport.
Gymnastics requires the competitor to be turning 16 in the year of the Olympics. Figure skating requires the competitor to be turning 15. Other than those two events, there are no age limits.
He used to play football and do gymnastics when he was younger (at school) but he just does ice skating.
yes gymnastics is a better sport then soccer because in soccer you can get hit in your shin. NOW THAT'S HURTS!! also you can get better balence in gymnastics. by Lilma09
You technically could, but it probably wouldn't be very practical. Figure skating boots are made differently than roller skating boots. You need a certain amount of cushioning, support, etc. to figure skate successfully.