There are 4 apparatus in women's gymnastics, and 6 in men's gymnastics. For women, they are floor, vault, beam and asymmetric bars. For men, they are floor, vault, pommel horse, parallel bars, rings, and high bar.
Women's Gymnastics: Floor, Balance Beam, uneven Bars, Vault Men's Gymnastics: Rings, Pommel Horse, Floor, High bar.
thay are an apparatus in gymnastics, there is parralel bars and high bar for the men and assemetric bars for the women
A. Bruce Frederick has written: 'Gymnastics for men' -- subject(s): Gymnastics for men 'Gymnastics for women' -- subject(s): Gymnastics for women
Their are two events that are the same in women's and men's gymnastics. The first is Vault and the second is the Floor Exercise. There are different regulations and skills that are performed by male gymnasts and female gymnasts, but the basics are mostly the same and the vault is the event that is the closest in relation between men and women's gymnastics.
Yes, they do.
The parallel bars are for the men's gymnastics team but the women's routines involve the uneven bars. Hope that helps. :)
Gymnastics were part of the Olympics as early as 1896, men were the athlete for women were not allowed to compete at the time. Men's gymnastics were popular enough to become a game in the Olympics. In 1928 were the women's first try at Olympic gymnastics. The first women's gymnastics were in Amsterdam.
Well, the actual floor for both is the same- a 40 by 40 inch floor. But the men only do tumbling, while the women do tumbling and dance.
Four: men's artistic gymnastics, women's artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline gymnastics.
A gymnastics team is comprised of both men and women. In total there are 12 people on a team with six alternatives between the ladies and the guys.