ALL countries are involved in Gymnastics.
Many countries do gymnastics such as the United States, China, Japan, France, Columbia, Russia, Romania, Canada, Australia, Germany, Greece and many, many others. The ones that are really big into gymnastics are China, the United States, Russia, Romania, and France.
to participate in gymnastics, you must be some what fit and have the willingness to try hard. Gymnastics takes a lot of metal strength along with physical.
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The muscle in the thigh is called a quadriceps. It takes strong quadriceps to participate in gymnastics.
six I think
all ages above 7
203 countries currently participate in the Olympics
216 countries will participate in 2012 Olympics.....
name 10 countries that participate in the games
Gymnastics started in 1908 with the establishment of the University of the Philippines. All students were required to participate in one sport.
27 countries and 74 athletes participate in the Modern Pentathlon.
53 countries are allowed to participate in the commonwealth games.
71 Countries will participate in the 19th commonwealth games.
Those countries that have a National Olympic Committee are eligible to participate in the Olympics.
4,000,000 atletes and 4,000 countries will participate
Sixteen countries shall participate in the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.
Most gymnastics places say you cannot be involved when you are 23. This is in the U.S. and is because of insurance reasons. This can change depending where you go to participate.
For Women's Artistic Gymnastics: China, USA, Romania, Russia. There are many other countries just on the border of these groups.
There are three countries that participate in NAFTA and they are 1.Canda 2.The USA 3. Mexico
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Alina Kabaeva participated in the sport of rhythmic gymnastics.
Austria did not participate in the second partition of Poland.
Yes three of the four participate in gymnastics the youngest is on the track to be an olympic hopeful. The fourth child is into horseback riding.
All of them