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What is the process and requirements for becoming a gymnast in the Olympics?


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2006-02-07 17:48:33
2006-02-07 17:48:33

It would depend on what country you're from. If you're an American, check out the Web site of the US gymnastics team: If you are interested in becoming a gymnast in the Olympics you must first find a very good gymnastics club with very capable qualified coaches have some talent and be willing to work extremely hard. You need to train anywhere from 16 to 30 hours a week to be able to train your body to remember the movements and the skills.


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