The gymnast Katelyn Ohashi the UCLA campus in California, graded absolute 10 after the execution ground exercises on college gymnastics championship.
Floor exercises with dancing hip-hop Saturday February 6, 2016 in university leagues United Polieteion, Sophina DeJesus 21chroni the (University of Los Angeles), Adds a hip-hop choreography as performs exercises, inducing hysteria among the public. This performance gave her a score of 9925 and 4th place.
Coach protects an athlete from injury In Tennessee during a gymnastics championship, a young athlete is not properly aligned in jump. While leaving off the protective layer, the coach will immediately rush to catch her to prevent injury.
Anxious parents at the Olympics in Rio Sunday 7 August 2016, the parents of American fitness athlete Aly Raisman agchwthikan especially in the stands, watching the execution of their daughter in the horizontal bar during the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Brazil. It should be noted that both parents had already recorded to react in the same way during the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Rhythmic gymnastics with wheel A sport that few people think when it comes to gymnastics, is the rhythmic gymnastics with wheel. This form of gymnastics uses what is known as a fitness wheel Rhönrad. The wheel was first invented in 1925 by Otto Feick, but the sport itself first appeared in Berlin during the 1936 Olympic Games, Although not an official Olympic event. The Jenny Hoffman is one of the athletes on the sport, and as you'll see from that run, It has excellent technique and balance.
Rhythmic gymnastics in perfect sync Rhythmic gymnastics athletes from the school in Aomori Japan, perform an amazing number in the National Gymnastics Championship of the country in 2009.
The silver medal by lefteris Kosmidis Lefteris Kosmidis reinstated the Greek gymnastics podium of major events, winning the silver medal in the finals of the soil, in European Championship gymnastics of Sofia (May 21-25).
Weight lifting with lots of luck During a weightlifting competition at Atlantic High School in Port Orange, Florida, a War execution- Zede almost has a tragic ending. Young weightlifter Jake Cody lost his balance and fell to the ground, while the bar fell inches from his head.
Spectacular defense in a volleyball match Greek-American Kate Georgiades starred in a spectacular performance during an NCAA college volleyball match. University of Houston player makes impressive save against South Dakota, managing to retrieve the ball before it itself lands on a table. Houston took the game by a score of 3-2.
An unusual technique in the long jump (1974) The early 1970s in athletics is an extremely interesting time. The technique of most sports is not yet settled, and athletes are constantly inventing new methods. What is the best technique for pole vaulting or high jumping?; How to throw a javelin or discus more effectively; The answers to these questions were sought during the games. The most famous of the innovators is Dick Fosbury, the 1968 Olympic champion in the high jump. He was the one who invented the Fosbury flop jump - the style of crossing the forearm with the back forward, which is now applied by all athletes. Before the Fosbury flop, the jump was done with the feet forward. Another innovator was Tuariki Delamere, a New Zealander from the University of Washington. Delamere invented a new way of long jumping and named it "somersault" (Tuba). He first used this technique at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in Christchurch, New Zealand. Although he jumped a distance of 8,40 meters, it was his hands that betrayed him as he rested them on the sand. So the jump was counted at 7,70 meters. Somersaulting is more mechanically efficient, as the angle of repulsion during such a jump becomes greater. Unfortunately, in the same year, the international federation banned any rotation during the long jump, as dangerous for the health of athletes. This restriction is still in place today (Article 30.1.3 of the World Athletics competition rules).
The great run of Olga Korbut on horizontal bar When the Russian Olga Korbut performed the original kwlotoympa (Korbut Flip) in 1972 at the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, It was the first time that one athlete had attempted such a move. After the judges showed the score (9,8) the audience began whispering and taunts, believing that the score is very low. However, the judges refused to change the score. The Korbut Flip is no longer allowed as it contains the press walk up to the bar, one maneuver that is forbidden under the new rules.