Q: Was the width of olympic gymnastics balance beam always 10cm?

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An Olympic balance beam is 10 cm (4 in) wide. All balance beams that are used for competition are four inches wide. It is 10 cm (4 inches wide).

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Length is 16feet and the width is 4inches.

An Olympic Balance Beam, the international standard, is 10 cm (4 inches) wide.

The Olympic bar is 7 feet. Mid-width is 6 feet. Standard is 5 feet.

Balance beams are four inches wide.

25 meters

2.5 meters

100m long :)

An Olympic swimming pool must be 50m long with a tolerance of 0.03m for 0.3m above the surface to 0.8m below the surface of the water. There is not such a tight tolerance on the width of an Olympic swimming pool which is 25m wide

100cm by 200cm

width always comes first

In a rectangle,the longest side(bottom) is always the length.The width is always the shorter one.

I put 470 lbs on a 7' olympic bar and my mid width olympic bench held it just fine. So, answer is I know it does.

length is ALWAYS longer than the width

Not always.

width always comes first

lenghth 50 m width 25 m

An Olympic size pool is length 50 m (164 ft) by Width 25 m (82 ft).

I know the width is 480-500mm between the bars, the length & bar diameter is up to you

Balance between ozone and oxygen is important. It results in the normal width of the ozone layer.

an olympic sized swimming pool is 50m long and 8 lanes wide addendum: for trivia sake, the width is 25 meters and the depth must be 2 meters.

This can vary greatly with the width of the lanes. Often Olympic sized pools are about 50 meters long by 25 yards wide.

An Olympic size pool is length 50 m (164 ft) by Width 25 m (82 ft). It has ten lanes.

yes