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Habits die hard, and at the pool and gymnastics venues, journalists clumped together as they always had to ask questions and snag quotes when athletes stopped by.

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It was a dramatic way to begin and end the gymnastics competition at the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.

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Also, Olympic gymnastics competitions are rarely shown live on network TV.

Percolating under the surface of the happy medals ceremonies for the event finals, however, is a growing movement within the gymnastics community about rules that prevent gymnasts from warming up on the equipment minutes before they compete.

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There are a lot of opinions being shared about Simone Biles’ decision to withdraw from the recent gymnastics team final and individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Games to put her mental health and well-being first.

She first chats about doing gymnastics, track, and soccer in high school while managing the wrestling team.

The legal gymnastics necessary to create such impenetrable networks is a testament to the ingenuity of well-paid attorneys.

No verbal gymnastics like Lennon, not even a joke—just one flat line, so mumbled and understated as to be almost non-existent.

It was that spectacular and it went on for an hour or two… a mass display of gymnastics and dancing and tumbling.

However, its only teams to win gold were in gymnastics and fencing, both intensely solo sports.

You have even gone so far as to insist upon my practising gymnastics a little.

He got through without difficulty; for he knew the entrance well, and was master of these gymnastics in the sea.

It was equally an interesting plaything and a source of mental gymnastics.

Mathematics may be called narrow, but no one can have sound intellectual culture without these mental gymnastics.

It exercised the intellect and strengthened it, as gymnastics do the body, without enlarging it.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gymnastics, such as: aerobatics, bars, calisthenics, gym, horse, and rings.

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