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Contemporary Gymnastics. Publisher:Contemporary Books, Incorporated. Sports & Outdoors Sports & Recreation. Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:June 1979.
The National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was founded in 1973 to honor and recognize outstanding American athletes, both amateur and professional, of Polish descent. The hall is located in Troy, Michigan
The National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was founded in 1973 to honor and recognize outstanding American athletes, both amateur and professional, of Polish descent. The hall is located in Troy, Michigan. Each year, inductees are elected in a nationwide vote among NPASHOF officers, Hall of Fame inductees and more than 500 members of the Sports Panel Council
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Former Michigan State men's gymnastics coach George Szypula died on Saturday in East Lansing. Szypula was a stalwart in the Lansing gymnastics community, as his impact on the sport was undeniable. He was 92. Szypula was inducted in the Michigan State Athletics Hall of Fame in Sept. Beginning in 1947 when he was hired at MSU and concluding with his time in East Lansing, he left behind a tremendous legacy that affected the lives of many in the area. The first coach in Michigan State men's gymnastics history, Szypula led the Spartans into the national spotlight during his 41-year.
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Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which gymnasts perform on a floor with an apparatus: hoop, ball, clubs, ribbon or rope. The sport combines elements of gymnastics, dance and calisthenics; gymnasts must be strong, flexible, agile, dexterous and coordinated. Rhythmic gymnastics is governed by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG), which first recognized it as a sport in 1963. It became an Olympic sport in 1984, with an individual all-around event