There are 4 different womens gymnastics apparatus.Floor Bars Beam and Vault
The gymnast performs a choreographed routine to music of her choice. The routine usually consists of 4 or 5 tumbling passes, as well as leaps, jumps and dance moves, and cannot be longer than 90 seconds. The floor mat is 40 ft. by 40 ft. and is usually made of carpeting over padded foam and springs.
The gymnast runs down a runway, jumps onto a springboard, and is propelled over a vaulting “table” about 4 feet off the ground.
The gymnast completes a choreographed routine with a mount, leaps, jumps, flips, turns, and a dismount on a padded, wooden beam approximately 4 ft. high. The exercise may not be longer than 90 seconds.
The gymnast performs swings, release moves, pirouettes, and a dismount using two horizontal bars set at different heights. The lower bar is usually about 5 ft. off the ground, and the high bar is about 8 ft. from the floor.
The gymnast performs a routine no longer than 70 seconds, usually consisting of four or five tumbling passes, a balance element or strength move, and sometimes circles and flairs similar to those seen on the pommel horse. The floor mat is 40 ft. by 40 ft. and is usually made of carpeting over padded foam and springs.
he gymnast swings around the pommel horse on his hands, without letting any other part of his body touch the horse and without stopping during the routine. He uses the whole length of the horse and performs circles, flairs, scissors, moves up to handstand and back down, and a dismount.
The gymnast completes swinging moves, handstands, strength moves, and a dismount on rings suspended approximately 9 ft. from the ground. Unlike the pommel horse, a gymnast must stop and hold his strength moves for at least two seconds. During this time, the rings should be as still as possible.
he gymnast runs down a runway, hurdles onto a springboard, and is propelled over a vaulting “table” about 4 feet off the ground.
The gymnast performs swings, release moves, pirouettes, and a dismount using two horizontal bars set at the same height. The bars are about 6.4 ft. from the floor and made of wood or plastic.
The gymnast performs pirouettes, high-flying release moves, swings, and a dismount on a single bar, 9 ft. off the floor. The bar is smaller in diameter than the parallel bars and is made of metal.
UCLA is very famous American gymnastics colledge.
UCLA DEFINING MOMENTS TIMELINE
Year 2014 UCLA ranks no. 1 in California and no. 6 in the U.S. for the number of Peace Corps volunteers.
Year 2012 Prof. Lloyd Shapley of the UCLA College wins Nobel Prize in Economics.
Year 2010 UCLA exceeds $1 billion in competitively awarded research grants and contracts in a single year.
Year 2008 The new Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center opens.
Year 2007 UCLA is the first university to win 100 NCAA team championships.
Year 2006 Prof. Terence Tao of the UCLA College wins the Fields Medal, math’s highest honor.
Year 1998 FDA approves the first genetically-targeted breast cancer treatment: Herceptin, developed by UCLA’s Dr. Dennis Slamon.
Year 1998 Prof. Louis J. Ignarro of the School of Medicine wins the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Year 1997 Prof. Paul Boyer of the UCLA College receives the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Year 1990 UCLA physician Guido Guglielmi invents the Guglielmi detachable coils, revolutionizing the treatment of brain aneurysms.
Year 1987 Prof. Donald Cram of the UCLA College receives the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Year 1984 UCLA hosts gymnastics and tennis competitions for the 1984 Olympic Games and serves as an Olympic Village.
Year 1981 UCLA physicians report the world’s first AIDS cases.
Year 1972 Prof. Julian Schwinger, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics (1965), joins the faculty of the UCLA College.
Year 1969 UCLA becomes the first node on the ARPANET and Professor Leonard Kleinrock sends the first message. The Internet is born.
Year 1969 UCLA Ethnic Studies Centers are established, among the first in the U.S.
Year 1964 Alumnus and faculty member Paul Terasaki develops the tissue-matching test that makes organ transplants possible.
Year 1964 UCLA wins the first of 10 NCAA men’s basketball championships under Coach John Wooden.
Year 1960 Prof. Willard Libby of the UCLA College is awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Year 1956 The first open-heart surgery in the western United States is performed at UCLA Medical Center.
Year 1950 Alumnus Ralph Bunche ’27 becomes the first person of color to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
Year 1938 UCLA awards its first Ph.D. degree.
Year 1933 Graduate study is authorized for the Master of Arts degree.
Year 1929 The Westwood campus opens with 5,500 students; Royce Hall is one of the first four buildings.
Year 1927 The Regents of the University of California adopt the name "University of California at Los Angeles" in place of "Southern Branch."
Year 1919 The Vermont Avenue campus of the University of California (known as UC's "Southern Branch") opens, offering two-year undergraduate teachers-training programs.