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- British term for uneven bars
- ‘The 15-year-old, who has just returned after an injury-riddled three years, made a stunning comeback to the arena when she claimed a silver medal in the asymmetric bars competition.’
- ‘The 19-year-old had hoped for a top-three place in the asymmetric bars.’
- ‘They gleefully hurl themselves at vaults or swing happily from the top of the asymmetric bars with the loosest of grips.’
- ‘The reigning Olympic asymmetric bars champion had suffered mishaps in Atlanta and Sydney and Athens was her final chance to clinch the all-round title.’
- ‘Behind the asymmetric bars sat the gymnasts, a rainbow of tracksuits under a canopy of national flags.’
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