This is theoretically infinite, but the most difficult vaults being performed today are the Yurchenko with 2.5 twist, or Amanar--round-off onto the springboard, back handspring onto the horse, 1.5 flip with 2.5 twists--and the Cheng, named after Cheng Fei--Yurchenko entry with half twist onto the horse, 1.5 flip with 1.5 twists (Rudi). Both vaults were performed by Cheng Fei and Hong Un-Jong at the Beijing Olympics, and others such as Shawn Johnson, Jiang Yuyuan, Jade Barbosa, Jordyn Wieber, Simona Amanar, and Monica Rosu have performed the Yurchenko 2.5. Though it is rumored that 2008 Olympic Vault Champion Hong Un-Jong of North Korea is capable of a Yurchenko triple twist, she has never performed it in international competition.
im not so sure about the hardest move for a female gymnast, because there are way too many to name. but the hardest event for a female would probably be the balance beam. the balance beam is only four inches wide, and girls tumble up to six feet high in the air.
Round-off, Back hand spring, Back half, Front tuck, Front half, Back Full Believe me I've tried
in artistic gymnastics they use bars, beam, floor, and vault
For rythimic gymnastics there is ball, hoop, ribbon, freehand and clubs. For artistic womens there is beam, vault, uneven bars and floor. For artistic mens there is rings, vault floor, paralell bars, mushroom and horse.
No, she has officially retired and is going to college at NYU now.
Artistic and rhythmic gymnastics are the most well known. Artistic gymnastics is what it's shown on television and is most popular. Both men and women do artistic gymnastics. Rhythmic gymnastics is done by women and have events such as the ribbon and clubs. There's also sports acrobatics which involves tumbling and doing stunts with other gymnastics. Trampoline and tumbling are two other, less popular forms of gymnastics.
Still rings, uneven bars, high bars, parellel bars, pommel horse and vault.
Women's gymnastics is a sport in three categories, Artistic, Rhythmic and Trampoline. Artistic gymnastics has 4 events Beam, Vault, Floor, and Bars. Floor- You do dance and tumbling to music for 1min to 1 and a 1/2 min. Beam- You do dance and skills on a 10cm wide beam with no music. Bars- You do a series of moves connected on the low bar and the high bar. Vault- You run really fast and flip on or over the vault.
Frederick Jahn invented the gymnastics vault.
Artistic-bars, beam floor vault. Rhythmic- ball, hoop, throwy things and ribbon, trampoling, and also tumbling. Wolves gymnastics clib xxx
Gymnastics, which is broken down in to Artistic, Rhythmic, and Trampoline.
Artistic Gymnastics: -For Women : Uneven Bars, Floor Balance Beam, Vault -For Men : Floor, Pommel Horse, Still Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, High Bar Rhythmic Gymnastics (usually women): ribbon, clubs, rope, hoop, ball and sometimes floor routine (called Free (routine)). Trampolining and Tumbling: individual, synchronized, double mini and power tumbling. Acrobatic Gymnastics (aka Sports Acrobatics) (you usually do it in school, at least in France you do) Team Gym. Display Gymnastics Aerobic Gymnastics.
Manely i would say a floor matt and music of course and also beam vault and bars not sure yet im thinking
The gymnastics horse is also known as the vault table. The horse is at the end of a run way to vault over.