cartwheeler

cartwheeler

(ˈkɑːtˌwiːlə)
n
a person who performs cartwheels
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Yet another legend credits a cartwheeler with cheering up Countess Jacobe von Baden, the unhappy bride-to-be of Johann Wilhelm.
Harry Higgins - the cartwheeler - and his mum Natalie from Moseley, Birmingham, decided to pop in for a quick visit after reading that The Herbert had won The Guardian's 2010 Family Friendly Museum Award.
One particularly awkward, very attractive young male cartwheeler can slam-dunk with his big arms and bouncy legs (his own variety of the cartwheel), and he does this periodically when there is a ball available and when mats aren't out yet.
Fast, slow, runner, walker, cartwheelers, moms with baby in pram gets a chance to be part of a colour crazy day.
She is a founding member of the library's drill team, The Cartwheelers. She has served two terms as president of the New Jersey Association of Library Assistants.