History has not recorded the inventor of the uneven bars. The first mention of parallel bars set unevenly was in a textbook written by the French author Amoros in the 1830s. He wrote that the bars were set unevenly to allow women of all heights to use the same apparatus for training. The uneven bars were introduced in competition at the 1934 World Championships in Budapest.
it isnt recorded. so nobody knows.
The uneven bars that are a 20th century addition. They grew in response to women competing in professional sports. The uneven bars were created to help women focus on strength and stamina in the field of gymnastics.
Uneven bars are made of fiberglass with a wood finish.
the history of uneven bars is hot this it started in 1876 and is still going right now
Vault and Uneven bars are both part of WAG (Women's Artistic Gymnastics).
They are called the uneven bars.
The uneven bars are for the girls only. The boys use the parallel bars instead. On the uneven bars you can do chin up pull overs,back chin up pullovers, straddle on, squat on and every thing i just listed on the higher bar of the even bars too.
the bars in gymnastics are called uneven bars because they are all at different levels
At World Championships in 2006 and 2010, she won gold on uneven bars, and she won bronze on uneven bars in 2003 and 2005 at World Championships as well. As for the World Cup Final, she won silver on uneven bars in 2004, silver on floor in 2006 and gold on uneven bars in 2006. At European Championships in 2006, 2009, 2010, and 2011, she won gold on uneven bars. At the same championships in 2009 and 2010, she won gold on floor. She took silver at the same championships in 2004 on uneven bars, silver on floor in 2007 and 2008, and a silver team award in 2010. She also won bronze on uneven bars in 2002. As for the Commonwealth games in 2002, she was part of the team that won the silver, she won the silver all around, and the gold on uneven bars.
beam vault uneven bars and rings and parell bars