Rhythmic gymnastics



noun
1.
(functioning as singular or pl) a form of gymnastics involving movements using hand apparatus such as balls, hoops, and ribbons
noun

a type of gymnastics that combines dance movements with the use of balls, clubs, hoops, ribbons, and/or ropes
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Rhythmic gymnastics developed out of 19th century Swedish and German gymnastic styles.

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