rhythmic gymnastics

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rhythmic gymnastics

n. (used with a sing. verb)
A form of gymnastics in which dancelike movements are combined with the manipulation of a hand apparatus such as a rope, hoop, or ribbon.

rhythmic gymnastics

n
(Gymnastics) (functioning as singular or plural) a form of gymnastics involving movements using hand apparatus such as balls, hoops, and ribbons
Translations
ritmikus sportgimnasztika
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And next day, the rhythmic gymnast began a campaign which, amazingly, has seen her bag three gold medals, a silver and a bronze.
Rhythmic gymnast Frankie Jones started the momentum with five silver medal wins and a gold to top off an outstanding career in the sport and to become Wales' most decorated gymnast and athlete from a single Games.
ey've beaten that now, thanks to the phenomenal Frankie Jones, the rhythmic gymnast, the Welsh swimmers nally achieving their potential with two golds, two silvers and two bronzes and the Welsh boxing team getting ve, overcoming the early loss of their two big-star names, Fred Evans and Andrew Selby.
RHYTHMIC GYMNAST Frankie Jones "danced her heart out" to write her name in Welsh Commonwealth Games folklore and inspire 'Super Saturday' in Glasgow.
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