Type
Crossword
Description

An event, placed at different heights and widths, allowing the gymnast to transition from one to another. Bars
An event, exercise in which the athlete leaps over a form that was originally intended to mimic a horse. Vault
An event on this, refers to a specially prepared exercise surface, which is considered an apparatus, and has springs for safety. Floor
A rectangular artistic gymnastics apparatus, as well as the event performed using the apparatus. Beam
An ancient tradition of devotional praying in Christianity, mostly a Catholic tradition. Novena
When the gymnast swings on the high bar backward with legs straddled, then they let go of the high bar and catch the low bar as they’re swinging back around. Counter Swing
Performed on uneven or high bar, from a handstand to a back giant swing down, tap and releasing to a backward straddle release over the bar to regrasp. Also called a reverse hecht. Tkatchev
The technical equipment or machinery needed for a particular activity or purpose. Apparatus
On bars, a deeply compressed straddle circle from handstand to handstand. Can be done both front and backwards. Stalder
Required by law or a rule. Compulsory
Secure with a padlock. Padlocked
The complete loss or absence of hope. Despair
The vault was named after the first gymnast to perform it at an official FIG competition, usually the World Championships or Olympics: Simona Amânar Amanar
The amplitude, form, style and technique used to complete the skills in in the performance of a routine. Execution
Combination of skill elements on one apparatus or event. Routine

Gymnastics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the most common deduction during competition? Bent knees
How is a routine judged in the Olympics Execution + Difficulty
Who was the first African American to win gold in the all around? Gabby Douglas
Who is currently (2018) considered the best gymnast in the world? Simone Biles
Why do gymnasts learn a handstand when they first start training? Form
What, of the four events, is missing? Floor, Vault, Uneven Bars, _______ Beam
What do gymnasts put on their grips to help them grip the bar? Chalk
What do gymnasts wear while practicing and/or competing? Leotard
What is it called when a gymnast decides not to compete on an event? Scratching
True or false? Only women can do gymnastics. False
True or False? Gymnastics is extremely good for the body and mind. True
What event do gymnasts do a 'kip' on? Uneven Bars
What do the gymnasts do to prevent injury? Stretch + Condition
True or False? Gymnastics does not teach you how to be less clumsy, just how to be clumsy safely True
What do gymnasts put on their hands to help them hold onto the bar? Grips

gymnastics Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

gymnast
uneven bars
beam
gymnastics
olympics
events
vault
team
compete
flip
jumps
liotard
water
floor
splits
catwheel
balk tulk
leap
sport
straddle
handstand
balk walkover
front walkover
front hand spring
balk handspring

    Customize    

Gymnastics Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Acrobatics
Aerial
Apparatus
Balance
Bars
Beam
Cartwheel
Competition
Coordination
Floor
Freestyle
Fun
Gymnast
Handstand
Leotard
Olympics
Pommel horse
Rings
Routine
Rythmic
Somersault
Spring
Strength
Team
Trampoline
Tumbling
Vault

GYMNASTICS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aerial
Balance
Beam
Cartwheel
Coach
Competition
Determination
Dismount
Effort
Handstand
Hardwork
Kip
Leotard
Routine
Runway
Swing
Teamwork
Tkatchev

Gymnastics skills and positions Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

front handspring
headstand
jumps
back handspring
bridge
splits
stretch
sprint
swing
dismount
lever
straight
lunge
hollow
round off
pike
Tuck
straddle
leap
turn
glide
back hip circle
cast
forward roll
donkey Kick
backward roll
cartwheel
Handstand

gymnastics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what is the highest level in gymnastics six
what is the skill a backwards somersault in the air backflip
where did the Australian gymnastic team go to Olympics Rio
what is it called when you get points taken off your score deduction
what do gymnasts wear leotard
what do you call a person that trains in gymnastics gymnast
what is it called what the gymnast swing on bars
what is something gymnasts sometimes bounce on to do skills trampoline
what is the sport this crossword is on gymnastics
do gymnasts wear shoes no

Gymnastics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who this is about Gabbydouglas
Your trainer Coach
What every Olympian wants goldmedal
what you need to win dedication
what a gold medalist is winner
What a gymnast wears leotard
What a gymnast performs routine
What a gymnast puts in hardwork
who you work hard with teammates
What you balance on beam
what you swing on bars
Where every athlete wants to go olympics
At the end of the day athletes are tired

gymnastics Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

simon biles
madison kocin
final five
ali raismen
laurie hernandez
gabby douglas
backhandspring
parallel bars
high bar
floor
beam
bars
vault
gymnastics
pommel horse

Rhythmic Gymnastics Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Who won gold at the 2012 summer Olympics for RG? Yevgeniya Kanayeva
Yana Kudryavtseva's Nationality. Russian
A Rhythmic Gymnastics Apparatus. It is hollow, with an interior diameter of 80 to 90 cm. Hoop
Points taken off a gymnast's score for errors. Deduction
A Rhythmic Gymnastics Apparatus. It rests in the gymnast's hands, is balanced on the body, and is bounce-able Ball
A Rhythmic Gymnastics apparatus, the name often confused with "Batons" - (Hint it comes in a pair) Clubs
Performance in front of a judge which the judge will then score. Competition
Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique abbreviation FIG
2016 Rio Olympic gold medalist for rhythmic gymnastics Margarita Mamun
A world-class/elite gymnast who is too young to compete as a senior, usually between the ages of 13 and 15. Junior
Commonly worn by rhythmic gymnasts (on feet) to perform turns. Toe-shoes
A world-class/elite gymnast who is at least 16, or will be turning 16, within the calendar year. Senior
Trained professionals who judge gymnasts on their skills for each apparatus/routine. Judges
An apparatus used in Rhythmic Gymnastics .The apparatus is a long piece of material attached to a stick, it can easily be knotted. Ribbon
What do Rhythmic Gymnasts train atop of? Carpet
The exercise in which the angle between a gymnasts legs exceeds 180 degrees. Oversplits
A decorative adhesive used to cover specific apparatuses in order to match leotards and used for other purposes Tape
Most well known Russian coach of Rhythmic Gymnastics in the world Irina- Viner-Usmanova
Aleksandra Soldatova's age Eighteen
A team of five or more gymnasts that manipulate a combination of apparatuses together Group
A Major influence of Rhythmic Gymnastics Ballet

Styles Of Dance! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Dancers, usually accompanied by music, tell a story or express a mood through their movements. It is characterized by light, graceful movements and the use of pointe shoes with reinforced toes Ballet
Can be another term for folk dance, or sometimes even for ceremonial dance Traditional
A ballroom dance in triple time (3/4) performed by a couple, who turn rhythmically round and round as they progress around the dance floor. Waltz
A style of dance highly dependent on disco music.One classic dance is the Hustle, as seen in "Saturday Night Fever." Disco
A popular form of social dance that originated in the Caribbean. This dance form is an example of a partnered ballroom dance. Salsa
The process of spontaneously creating movement. Development of movement material is facilitated through a variety of creative explorations including body mapping through time, levels, shape and dynamics. Improvisation
A style of funk dance, which is today also associated with hip hop. The name is based on the concept of freezing from a fast movement and "locking" in a certain position, holding that position for a short while and then continuing in the same speed as before. Locking
A dance style, or a group of dances, originating from Harlem, New York with Afro-American Roots. The feeling of the dance is "swinging", as it developed to the swing style of jazz music from the 1920s to the 1940s or 50s. Swing
The dance-form used in the Indian films. It is a mixture of numerous styles. These styles include belly-dancing, kathak, Indian folk, Western popular and modern jazz. Bollywood
A smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor. It is danced to big band (usually vocal) music. The dance is similar in its look to waltz, although the rhythm is in a 4/4. Foxtrot
A style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary
A partner dance that originated in the 1880s along the River Plata, the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay, and soon spread to the rest of the world. Early this style was known as tango criollo (Creole tango). Tango
One of the street dance styles that based on the quick muscle contraction techniques to blend into various poses and it’s often integrated with Robot, Waving and Tutting. Popping
The steps and essential style of this type of dancing, originated from dances of Africans brought to the America as slaves. Originally, the term for this style of dance encompassed any dance done to jazz music. Jazz
A style of acrobatic dancing originating in the mid-1970s, often performed to rap music usually by teenage males in the streets, and characterized by intricate footwork, pantomime, spinning headstands, tumbling, and elaborate improvised virtuosic movements. Breaking
A fast ballroom dance of Latin American origin, similar to the mambo, that follows a rhythmic pattern based upon a quick three-step movement. Cha Cha
A dance performed wearing shoes fitted with metal taps, characterized by rhythmical tapping of the toes and heels. Tap