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Team GB - Gymnastics

Team GB - Gymnastics

There are three different disciplines of gymnastics performed in the Olympics; artistic, rhythmic, and trampoline gymnastics have always been a part of the Olympics, making it one of the oldest sports in the games.

In artistic gymnastics, men compete using six different apparatus: parallel bars, horizontal bars, rings, vault, pommel horse, and floor. Women compete using four apparatus: floor, uneven bars, balance beam, and vault.

Rhythmic gymnastics is exclusive to women athletes, and is a combination of dance & gymnastics. Athletes must perform a series of choreographed movements using hand apparatus such as rope, hoop, ball, ribbon, and clubs.

Trampoline gymnastics consists of athletes performing short routines that include a series of twists, spins, flips, and bounces. They are then judged based on the difficulty and execution of their routines.

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