gymnast : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an athlete who is skilled in gymnastics

  • A new study shows that gymnastics causes as many injuries as ice hockey or soccer, but improved equipment is helping.
  • The answer is parkour, a jaw-dropping hybrid of gymnastics and cross-country running that is equal parts Spider-Man whimsy and hard-core stamina.
  • Here, in the cavernous gymnastics classroom, the girls are drilled again and again as if they were in competition, with judges monitoring their frozen smiles.
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  • Nastia Liukin in San Jose Mercury News
    We have both wanted it so bad that we've pushed each other so much and I think that we became a better and a stronger gymnast because of each other,Liukin said after she edged Johnson on Friday for gymnastics' biggest prize.
  • Peter Diamandis in International Herald Tribune
    The plane made a total of eight parabolic dips, including two during which Hawking made two weightless flips like "a gold-medal gymnast," said Peter Diamandis, chairman of Zero Gravity Corp., the company that owns the jet.
  • Brian Deegan in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Your bike stays straight and you're going like a gymnast around it,Deegan said.

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