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20 Gymnastic Moves Explained in the Best Way Ever

Rhythmic gymnasts are amazing! I wish I was this strong/whenever we think things like this, it's always good to be better, but also to be thankful that we can even walk:)

Rhythmic gymnasts are amazing! I wish I was this strong/whenever we think things like this, it's always good to be better, but also to be thankful that we can even walk:)

Doing the seemingly impossible and finding the courage and strength, devotion and self belief to do it.

Doing the seemingly impossible and finding the courage and strength, devotion and self belief to do it.

I've played a lot of sports myself &  watched a lot more in my 67 years, but I don't believe I've ever seen a more inspiring moment of individual courage than Keri Strug's performance in the 1986 Olympics: after destroying her ankle in a previous, failed vault-attempt, she completed the twisting Yurchenko (perhaps the most difficult move in women's gymnastics) and  received a score of 9.712 (out of a possible 10.000), leading the U.S. team to its first-ever gold medal in women's gymnastics.

25 of the Most Selfless Athletes Ever

I've played a lot of sports myself & watched a lot more in my 67 years, but I don't believe I've ever seen a more inspiring moment of individual courage than Keri Strug's performance in the 1986 Olympics: after destroying her ankle in a previous, failed vault-attempt, she completed the twisting Yurchenko (perhaps the most difficult move in women's gymnastics) and received a score of 9.712 (out of a possible 10.000), leading the U.S. team to its first-ever gold medal in women's gymnastics.

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