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Relating to gymnastics:‘a gymnastic display’
sporting, sports, games, gymnasticView synonyms
- ‘Let's not delve deep into gymnastic techniques and details by describing all the elements.’
- ‘After unravelling themselves from an eye-watering gymnastic display, they explain they both joined the circus when they were nine years old.’
- ‘It was probably the largest turnout for a gymnastic event in the United States.’
- ‘In addition to her gymnastic training five days a week, she skis and skates in the winter.’
- ‘Whole families come there for workouts and to learn some gymnastic exercises that improve fitness.’
- ‘She did all the gymnastic exercises better than anyone else.’
- ‘We've already mastered our flatwork, and introduced small gymnastic jumping exercises.’
- ‘While performing gymnastic exercises, she never smiles.’
- ‘The day's programme began with a gymnastic display by the scholars, and a performance by drum majorettes.’
- ‘She would like to continue her gymnastic career even after Tokyo, but sooner or later she must think of stepping down to make way for the younger set.’
- ‘The work's extreme manoeuvres seem designed to seduce its dancers into displays of gymnastic narcissism.’
- ‘During this time, Betty did some coaching and performed in a number of gymnastic shows and exhibitions throughout the the USA.’
- ‘Her mother was a gymnastics teacher and she was part of a gymnastic team preparing to compete in the Moscow Olympics.’
- ‘The standards of Soviet gymnastic training and performance are known and recognized the world over.’
- ‘During practice sessions she sometimes furiously kicks gymnastic apparatuses and screams that she will never go near them again.’
- ‘Many good gymnastic coaches have never competed in matches.’
- ‘The first Modern Olympic games in 1896 featured competitive gymnastic events for men, which have been included in every Olympics since.’
- ‘Despite its enormous size, the gym seemed crowded with gymnastic apparatuses.’
- ‘Simons continues to peruse a multitude of mediums that incorporate his gymnastic talent.’
- ‘In the afternoon, the pair gave a talk about the importance of exercise and healthy eating, then wowed everyone with a dramatic gymnastic display.’
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