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         Gymnastics Olympic History:     more books (31)
  1. Artistic Gymnastics: A History of Development and Olympic Competition by Anton Gajdos, Trevor Low, 1997-09
  2. Olympic Gymnastics: Gymnastics (Great Moments in Olympic History) by Adam B. Hofstetter, 2007-06-30
  3. An Olympian's oral history: Kenneth Griffin, 1936 Olympic Games, gymnastics by Kenneth Griffin, 1988
  4. An Olympian's oral history: Richard Bishop, 1932 Olympic Games, gymnastics by Richard Bishop, 1988
  5. The Official History of the Olympic Games and the IOC: From Athens to Beijing, 1894-2008 (Official History of the Olympic Games & the Ioc) by David Miller, 2008-05-01
  6. Gymnastics (Olympic Sports) by Kate Haycock, 1991-10
  7. Olympic Marathon: A Centennial History of the Games' Most Storied Race by Charlie Lovett, 1997-04-30
  8. Gymnastics (The Summer Olympics) by David Smale, 1995-08
  9. American Women's Track and Field, 1981-2000: A History by Louise Mead Tricaid, 2008-01-28
  10. The Olympics: From Athens to Athens (An Illustrated History of the Summer Games)
  11. Gymnastics (Composite Guide) by Richard M. Huff, 2000-12
  12. An Olympian's oral history: Raymond "Ben" Bass, 1932 Olympic Games, gymnastics by Raymond Ben Bass, 1988
  13. An Olympian's oral history: Philip R. Erenberg, 1932 Olympic Games, gymnastics by Philip R Erenberg, 1988
  14. An Olympian's oral history: Dallas D. Bixler, 1932 Olympic Games, gymnastics by Dallas D Bixler, 1988

81. Asiaweek.com IOC Gymnastics 9/08/2000
35 SEARCH ASIAWEEK IOC gymnastics With $1.3 Billion at Stake, Webcasts Get Banned ofathletes, background on most events, as well as bits of olympic history.
http://www.cnn.com/ASIANOW/asiaweek/magazine/2000/0908/cs.olympics.gym.html

82. Women's History Theme
Return to Women's history Theme. nailed her vault, earning a perfect 10 and becomingthe first American woman to win an individual medal in olympic gymnastics.
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Return to Women's History Theme Who is this woman? The tension was high. The other competitors and the Olympic audience were quiet as the tiny gymnast prepared for her final vault. Everyone knew that the 16-year-old was coming off of a serious knee injury and was trailing the favored Ekaterina Szabo by .05 points. Only a perfect 10 on the vault would give the gold medal. Her years of training and dreaming came down to this one final routine. began her trip down the runway and nailed her vault, earning a perfect 10 and becoming the first American woman to win an individual medal in Olympic gymnastics.
Mary was born on January 24, 1968, in Fairmont, West Virginia. She began studying dance and acrobatics at the age of four and started gymnastics training at five. When she was 15 she moved to Houston, Texas, to study with Bela Karolyi. Karolyi helped her develop a style that focused on her speed, accuracy, and power. She was chosen for the American gymnastics team in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
Six weeks before the Olympics began in Los Angeles she had to have surgery on one of her knees. The doctors told her she would not be able to compete in the Olympics. would not allow her dream to die and told the doctors, "I've made it this far. No one's going to keep me from trying." She completed her rehabilitation work in three weeks and, three weeks later, won not only the individual gold but also led the U.S. women's team to a silver and individual medals in the vault (silver), the uneven parallel bars (bronze), and the floor exercise (bronze).

83. A History Of Handball
volleyball, came under the national athletics and gymnastics associations. CDROMUnited States olympic Committee olympic Gold - A 100 Year history of the
http://www-personal.monash.edu.au/~lipcsey/handball/history/history.html
A history of Handball
Early History Handball is one of the worlds oldest sports. The sport was in a variety of guises until its present form today. A ball game was described by Home in 'The Odyssey" in the following way: "And Alcinous commanded the courageous Halius to dance alone with Laodamus, since no one ventured to dance with them. They immediately took hold of the beautiful ball which Polybus had skillfully made out of of purple wool. One of them bending right back, hurled the ball high up into the shadowy clouds; then the other leapt high from the ground and deftly caught it before his feet touched the ground again. And after trying to throw the ball upwards, they danced floatingly to and fro on the bountiful earth, frequently moving from one position to another." A relief on a gravestone dated to be 600BC was found at the city wall of Athens, depicting the above event. According to the writings of the Roman doctor, Claudius Galenus (130-200AD), the Romans had a handball game called 'Harpaston". In the Middle Ages, maids of honour and knights were keen ball game players. The rules of the game were to pass the ball, which was often adorned with ribbons and bells, from one place to another. The minnesingers called the Summer ball the first game. This was sung by Walther von der Vogelwide (1170-1230), who called them "Cath Ball Games", forerunner to the present day game of handball.

84. International Jewish Sports Hall Of Fame - Gymnastics
In the history of the modern olympic Games, GorokhovskayaÂ’s medals rank 2nd (tie)among all olympic women. the United States as a gymnastics competitor or
http://www.jewishsports.net/gymnastics.html
GYMNASTICS ALFRED FLATOW. Germany. Born: 10/3/l869, in Danzig. Died: 12/28/1942. Alfred Flatow won three gold medals in Athens, Greece, at the first modern Olympic Games in 1896. He also won a silver medal. Cousins Alfred and Gustav Felix Flatow were among ten athletes selected to compete for Germany in the Athens Games. Alfred won his gold medals in Individual Parallel Bars, Team Parallel Bars, and Team Horizontal Bars. He took the silver medal in the Horizontal Bars event. (Factually, Flatow finished first in three events and second in one event.) In 1903, Alfred assisted the founding of the Judische Turnerschaft, the historic and pioneering Jewish sports organization in Europe. He was prominently active in German gymnastics until expelled by the Nazis in l933. Alfred died in the Theresienstadt concentration camp in l942. On February 21, 1997, Reichssportsfeld Strasse (Street of the National Sports Complex) in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin was renamed "Flatowallee" (Flatow Boulevard), despite a contentious three-year battle by area residents to prevent the name change. One year earlier, the German Postal Service issued a 200 mark stamp commemorating the Olympic Centennial featuring the Flatow cousins. GUSTAV FELIX FLATOW. Germany. Born: 1/7/l875, Berent, Pomerania. Died: 1/29/l945.

85. Gyrus Olympic Gymnastics Club
This site has links to information about gymnastics at the olympic Games This site is not affiliated with NBC Network or any official olympic Committee
http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~daren
Gyrus Olympic Gymnastics Club

86. Gymnastics Routines Directory
This site provides technical descriptions of routines for olympic level gymnasts as well as top juniors and retired stars from over 15 countries.
http://www.gym-routines.com/

87. Welcome To The International Gymnastics Hall Of Fame
One of the oldest sports in the olympic Games has one of the newest sites for honoring the world's finest athletes in gymnastics.
http://www.ighof.com

Honored Members
Welcome to The Hall
Tour of The Hall
Hall of Fame Events
Honored Members
Welcome to The Hall
Tour of The Hall
Hall of Fame Events ... IGHOF

88. ThinkQuest
Everyone has heard of figure skating and gymnastics, but how many people know the thrill of racing down an ice covered track on a sled or the beauty of water ballet? This web site explores the olympic sports that may not get much press attention, but have dedicated athletes just the same.
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002862/
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89. Olympic Gymnastics
Follow the gymnasts along the olympic journey to Sydney. We cover all Gymnastic prelims and finals.
http://www.girlstalksports.com/Olympic_Report/Olympic_Gymnastics/olympic_gymnast
TOP HEADLINES USA Wins Team American Cup Zamo Wins Vault at Cottbus ZAMO TAKES TWO IN FRANCE, EVERYONE STRUGGLES WITH NEW CODE TABITH YIM RESTURNS -March 9, 2001 U.S. gymnast Tabitha Yim , who recently returned to the Charter Oak Gliders gymnastics club, told IG Online today that her previous break from gymnastics was meant to be temporary. "My family and I needed a break," said Yim, who added she was only out of the gym for "a couple months." At the U.S. Championships, Yim placed second all-around in 1999 and third all-around in 2000 in the junior division, and at the 2000 American Classic she placed first all-around in the junior division. In 1999 she was first with her team at the USA vs France junior competition in Oklahoma. In addition to gymnastics, Yim is a competitive ice skater and trains at the ice rink each morning. Back at Charter Oak, she is training 28 hours a week under coaches Steve and Beth Rybacki. Last year, the husband and wife team coached

90. Index Of /
Information on Huntingdon olympic gymnastics Club as well as news on happenings in UK gymnastics.
http://www.ukgymnasts.co.uk
Index of /
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91. Amateur Athletic Foundation
Provides a history of the Games, the olympic movement, the symbols, the athletes, and the politics and drug issues.
http://www.aafla.org/6oic/primer_frmst.htm

92. Kansas Gymnastics And Dance And Cheer (KGDC)
Located in Olathe and Topeka, KGDC provides progressive instructional programs in dance, the olympic events, and cheerleading to develop individuals to their fullest potential.
http://www.kgdc.net/
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are beneficial for a child's physical and mental development.
The goals of KGDC programs are: Gymnastics:
to provide a progressive instructional program in the olympic events and to develop each individual to their capacity in a safe, positive environment.
Dance:
to develop self-confidence, poise, and self-esteem through an awareness of body movement and music.
Cheerleading:
to promote the latest trends, techniques, and safety within all aspects of cheerleading.
Classes Gymnastics: Class Listing Class Descriptions Class Schedules Registration ... Gym Bus Is Here! Cheerleading: Class Listing Class Descriptions Class Schedules Registration ... College Corner KANSAS GYMNASTICS DANCE AND CHEER, INC. 1702 E. 123rd Terrace Olathe, KS 66061 phone: (913) 764-8282 fax: (913) 764-6701 e-mail: aduncan@swbell.net Please visit our Partner Organization! Capital Area Gymnastics Emporium Topeka, Kansas Region III Gymnastics

93. Women's Gymnastics Trivia By Cristy Tsui
This book has over 450 trivia questions about women's world and olympic gymnastics.
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94. Illinois Gymnastics Institute
Recreational gymnastics up to olympic Level for boys and girls.
http://www.region5.com/IGI-gymnastics/index.htm
145 Plaza Drive, Westmont, IL 60559
(630) 325-3333 (630) 325-1992 (Fax)
Welcome to IGI's Website! Now in our 22nd year, IGI is excited to announce the opening of our brand new 35,000 square foot facility, the IGI Gymnastics and Sports Core! We have expanded our staff, equipment, and programs immensely...check it out! Hope you were able to join us at Navy Pier for IGI's 2003 CHICAGO STYLE MEET for levels 4 through Elite February 7-9, 2003 This year over 320 0 gymnasts competed, representing 143 gyms, from 22 states, making it the largest women's artistic invitational gymnastics meet in the United States! If you are interested in reviewing and ordering pictures taken by the photographer at out meet visit their website at www.tintype.net . Their email address is service@tintype.net . Due to the large number of competitors, it will take about a week for them to download the pictures. Your patience is appreciated. We really appreciate the support of American Girl Place in putting on our meet.
The winner of the Day at American Girl Place Raffle is Megan Januszewski The winners of the American Girl Dolls are: Kristell Westbrook , Gymkhana Gymnastics Club Alessandra Cinfio , IGI Rachel Bergland , Flytz USA Gymnastics Chayla Hill , Gymnastics World Krystal Melcarek , Salto Gymnastics Allison Barks , St. Louis Gymnastics Center

95. Olympic Preview: Rhythmic Gymnastics
Rhythmic gymnastics. First olympic Appearance 1984. by Gerry Brown,While mainstream or artistic gymnastics is performed on an apparatus
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Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Sports Olympics Olympic Events Rhythmic Gymnastics First Olympic Appearance: 1984 by Gerry Brown While mainstream or artistic gymnastics is performed on an apparatus like the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor, rhythmic gymnastics , a strictly female event, is performed with an apparatus. The five disciplines in rhythmic gymnastics, once called modern gymnastics, are rope, hoop, ball, ribbon, and clubs. The competitors use graceful balletic moves and manipulate the various apparatus in conjunction with their bodies and the music on a 13-meter square floor area. Did You Know?

96. New Page 1
Owned by 1996 olympic coach, Mary Lee Tracy, and home of many Olympians.
http://www.cincinnatigymnastics.com/
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97. AP Wire | 03/26/2002 | Tesh Bitter About Costas Comments
Musician and former TV host's counterattack after the sportscaster ridiculed Tesh's efforts as an olympic gymnastics commentator.
http://www.miami.com/mld/miami/entertainment/2935466.htm
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NEW YORK (AP) John Tesh seems like a mild-mannered musician - until you ask him what he thinks about NBC Sports commentator Bob Costas. "I think Bob Costas needs a spanking," the former newsman told The Associated Press in a recent interview. "I have nothing nasty to say about most people, but just the unbridled drubbing that he drummed up for me, it was just unnecessary. ... I'm not a big fan." Tesh, 49, is still bitter about comments he said Costas made about his much-panned stint as a gymnastics commentator during the 1996 Summer Olympics on NBC. "On 'The Tonight Show,' he said, 'As an Olympic commentator, John Tesh is a great piano player," Tesh recalled. "He was a teammate. It would be like the catcher on the baseball team talking about what a jerk the pitcher was. It's just an unwritten rule that you don't do that." Tesh said he got an apology from Costas, but he apparently didn't think much of it. When asked whether he watched Costas during the recent Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Tesh said: "I turn the sound down when he's on. ... I think he's a fine broadcaster, but he's a brat." email this print this
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98. BBC SPORT | BOXING | Brave Audley Makes History
of external internet sites Other top Boxing stories olympic boxing given allclearBoxing proves a real knockout Brave Audley makes history Harrison gets Holy
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Promoter, Frank Warren "I'm so pleased for him" real Sunday, 1 October, 2000, 08:53 GMT 09:53 UK Brave Audley makes history Audley Harrison (right) showed courage and skill Audley Harrison ignored a serious hand injury to defeat Kazakhstan's Mukhtarkhan Dildabekov and take Britain's first Olympic boxing gold since 1968. Harrison took charge of the contest in the opening round and increased his advantage in every subesquent round, winning by a 30-16 point decision. But despite the convincing nature of his performance, it was revealed shortly before the bout that the 28-year-old Englishman was suffering from an injured knuckle in his left hand. But he was able to dominate the battle using his right jab and through a debilitating body attack which took its effect on the Kazakhstan fighter during the final round. Harrison started slowly and actually found himself two points down after the first minute of the contest.

99. Home Page
Information site of the Kettering olympic gymnastics Club. Contact information and results.
http://www.kogc.fsnet.co.uk/
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100. USA Gymnastics Club Network
Contact and program information, recreational classes, girls and men's Junior olympic teams, cheerleading, trampoline and tumbling recreation, tumbling and trampoline Jr. olympic team, Tae Kwon Do, swimming, day camps, birthday parties.
http://www.usa-gymnastics.org/clubs/ks/024347.html
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