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Transcript of Rhythmic Gymnastics
gymnast-4.1-800X800.jpg http://rhythmic4u.tripod.com/imagelib/sitebuilder/misc/show_image.html?linkedwidth=560&linkpath=http://rhythmic4u.tripod.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/jordanred1.jpg&target=tlx_new http://blog.silive.com/latest_news/2009/09/large_Japan-Rhythmic-Gymnastics-World-Championships-Simeonova.jpg http://www.wilkim.net/CCEdmontonBall2005.jpg Hoop For the hoop routine, it is the same as the other routines except, your hoop must be from 80 to 90 cm in the inner diameter. Also it has to weight at least 300 grams. In addition, the hoops are usually white when you first buy them. With that said, there is special colorful bright tape to wrap around the hoop to make it match your leotard and this also helps get that requirement of 300 grams. http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2009/09/10/gal_gymnastics_03.jpg Ribbon Ribbons are ribbons, they are almost the same as those that little children like to play with. Except in rhythmic gymnastics, they are made from silk or polyester and must be at least 6 meter for the elite gymnasts. The ribbon must weight 35 grams. Also, the stick/cane to which the ribbon is attached to must be at least 50-60cm in length and 10cm in diameter. The connection piece between the ribbon itself and the cane must not be more than 7cm. In addition, the ribbons are white also and there is special ribbon dye which you could use to make original designs and they are great for blending colors together. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/olympics/images/attachement/jpg/site1/20080823/0013729c05180a1a60a017.jpg Rope The rope routine is usually the fastest routine that is preformed. For this routine the rope must either be hemp or synthetic material and the length are individual for each gymnast. The thickness of the rope is also optional, and the ends of the rope must be tied in knots. Lastly, the rope can be any solid, visible color. http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/11JFcTEAmUw/Olympics+Day+13+Rhythmic+Gymnastics/6psRGkPh9G4/Evgeniya+Kanaeva Levels and Titles Lastly, as each sport Rhythmic Gymnastics has its own levels. They also have titles or how the RG Committee calls them, Brackets. The following slides are the description of each level and title. Levels Levels 1-4: are beginner and you use all of the apparatuses. Level 6: is another competitive level except the competitor only could use the floor and three other apparatuses that the J.O. Committee picks. Level 8: a level in which the element’s difficulty only could be A, B, C, and if it goes higher then D the points don’t count and you still have to use floor and three other apparatuses. Level 9 JR: is considered Junior Level and it has FIG 4 isolated and 4 combinations and the apparatuses are chosen by FIG. Level 10: this level is only for those competitors who made National Championships from Level 9. Titles or Brackets Novice: Children’s age before 8.
Child: Children who’s age is is between 9 and 11.
Junior: Ages between 12 and 14.
Senior: Ages 15 and older. Thanks for watching hoped you learned a lot about rhythmic gymnastics. Each routine consist of leaps, balances, pirouettes (pivots), flexibilities, apparatus handling, execution, and artistic effect that are judged by the judges. The harder the element the more value of points, if only completed correctly. Then all of the points are added together and who ever has the most points wins. Except, there isn’t only one routine and no choice of apparatus either. With that said, each year, the judges pick four apparatus. Each of the athletes complete four routines. On the other hand, there are also team routines which consist of 2-6 gymnasts who work together using 1 or 2 of the same kind of apparatus. In addition to that, if you either end before or after your music for your routine, you can’t have an ending facing the crowd and not the judges, your apparatuses never could get tangled up during your performances, and you can’t forget to raise your hand when you enter and leave the floor these are all deductions too. Lastly, you could never let your apparatuses not be in motion for more then 30 seconds, if it is, that element doesn't count. Level 5: are competitive level and you only could use the floor and three other apparatuses chosen by coach. Level 7: Highest competitive level with floor and three other objects. Level 9 SR: is a senior level and it allows up to 10 combinations and the apparatuses once again are chosen by FIG. Level 10 Elite: this only for the top 12 competitors in the National Team.