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Gymnastic Events at the Olympics by Amy

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A research inquiry written by a year 7 student.

A research inquiry written by a year 7 student.

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  • 1. By Amy
  • 2. • Gymnastics is a sport that combines power, acrobatics, dance and tumbling it requires focused controlled movement, a strong core and a great awareness of how the body moves.• Gymnastics is a performance of exercises which requires agility, flexibility, coordination, physical strength and balance.• Gymnasts use every muscle group in the body.• Successful Olympic Gymnasts have: Strength. Fitness. Flexibility. Hard work ethic. Confidence. Determination. Better coordination. Discipline.
  • 3. • Rhythmic gymnastics is a combination of ballet, gymnastics, dancing and apparatus manipulation.• Rhythmic Gymnastics is a sport that individuals or teams compete using one or two pieces of apparatus, which can be Ribbons, clubs, hoops, balls or even rope.• The athletes can exchange the item during any time of the routine.• The panel of judges at the Olympics look for: Leaps. Flexibilities. Balances. Pirouettes (pivots). Apparatus. Handling. Execution. Artistic effect
  • 4. Artistic Strength effect Leaps FlexibilityHandling
  • 5. • Artistic Gymnastics is a mixture of short routines ranging from 30 to 90 seconds on different apparatus.• The routines men do are floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault and parallel bars.• The routines the woman do are vault, floor exercise, beam and uneven bars.
  • 6. Grace StrengthCoordination Balance
  • 7. • Nadia Elena Comaneci, is a Romanian Gymnast. Winner of three Olympic gold medals at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. She is the first female gymnast to be awarded a perfect score of 10 in an Olympic gymnastic event. She is also the winner of two gold medals at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. She is one of the best-known gymnasts in the world.• She was only 14 when she got a perfect 10.
  • 8. • Gymnastics evolved from the ancient Greeks mounting and dismounting horses and from circus performing skills.
  • 9. • RHYTHMIC:• Russia = 2 gold 1 silver.• Belarus = 1 silver 1 bronze.• Italy = 1 bronze.• ARTISTIC:• China = 4 gold 3 silver 1 bronze.• USA = 3 gold 1 silver 2 bronze.• Russia = 1 gold 3 silver 4 bronze.

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