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Gymnastics Rythmic


Rhythmic gymnastics is a women-only event in which gymnasts perform on a floor with a rope, hoop, ball, clubs or ribbon accompanied by music, in individual or group events.

Faster and stronger

In the 1800s rhythmic gymnastics operated under the guise of group gymnastics, and included a trace of elementary choreography. It grew slowly until the first experimental competitions appeared in eastern Europe in the 1930s, when its newfound complexity began to draw a wider audience.

Many parents

Rhythmic gymnastics evolved from a host of related disciplines. It incorporates elements from classical ballet, such as pliés and arabesques, as well as the German system of emphasising apparatus work for muscle development and the Swedish method of using free exercise to develop rhythm. 

First tournament

The FIG recognised rhythmic gymnastics as an official discipline in 1963, and a year later organised an international tournament in Budapest. In 1964 the tournament was officially declared the first Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships, and Ludmila Savinkova of the Soviet Union became the first world champion.

World sport

The number of athletes grew as interest spread to other parts of the world. Gymnasts from the United States first appeared at the championships in 1973, and rhythmic gymnastics slowly emerged from the shadow of the long-established artistic discipline to enter the Olympic programme in 1984.

Olympic history

Since its integration into the Games in 1984 in Los Angeles, rhythmic gymnastics has always been a part of the Olympic programme. In its inaugural year, it was Canada’s Lori Fung who won the gold medal.

Until 1992 in Barcelona, only one individual event was on the programme. A second, team event was added to the programme in 1996 in Atlanta. 
At the 2000 Games in Sydney, the Russian Federation won two gold medals: the group and individual multiple competitions.

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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around

Talisa Torretti of Italy in action during the Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around on Day 10 of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games at the America Pavilion, Youth Olympic Park on October 16, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around

Khrystyna Pohranychna of Ukraine in action during the Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around on Day 10 of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games at the America Pavilion, Youth Olympic Park on October 16, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around

Daria Trubnikova of Russian Federation in action during the Rhythmic Gymnastics - Women’s Rhythmic Individual All-Around on Day 10 of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games at the America Pavilion, Youth Olympic Park on October 16, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Gymnastics rhythmic
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Buenos Aires 2018 - Gymnastics rhythmic

Maria Eduarda De Almeida Arakaki BRA performs in the Rhythmic Gymnastics Individual All-Around Qualification Subdivision 1 - Rotation 1 in the America Pavilion, Youth Olympic Park. The Youth Olympic Games, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday 9th October 2018.
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Gymnastics Rhythmic - Women's team all-around
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Gymnastics Rhythmic - Women's team all-around

Reneta Kamberova, Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova and Hristiana Todorova of Bulgaria compete during the Group All-Around Final on Day 16 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Rio Olympic Arena on August 21, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Gymnastics Rhythmic - Women's team all-around
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Gymnastics Rhythmic - Women's team all-around

Vera Biriukova, Anastasia Bliznyuk, Anastasiia Maksimova, Anastasiia Tatareva and Maria Tolkacheva of Russian Federation compete during the Group All-Around Final on Day 16 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Rio Olympic Arena on August 21, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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