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Rhythmic gymnastics: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Competitive rhythmic gymnastics began in the 1940s in the ________.
Joseph StalinEast GermanyRussiaSoviet Union

Question 2: George Demeny of ________ created exercises to music that were designed to promote grace of movement, muscular flexibility, and good posture.
ItalyCanadaFranceUnited Kingdom

Question 3: Around this time, Ernst Idla of ________ established a degree of difficulty for each movement.
LatviaLithuaniaGermanyEstonia

Question 4: Men's rhythmic gymnastics is related to both Men's ________ and wushu martial arts.
Artistic gymnasticsShannon MillerFloor (gymnastics)Daniela Silivaş

Question 5: Before 2001, judging was on a scale of 10 like that of ________.
Artistic gymnasticsFloor (gymnastics)Daniela SilivaşShannon Miller

Question 6: This idea was extended by ________, who founded the Western Female Institute in Ohio, United States, in 1837.
Harriet Beecher StoweHenry Ward BeecherUncle Tom's CabinCatharine Beecher

Question 7: Rhythmic gymnastics was added to the ________ in Los Angeles, with an Individual All-Around competition.
New Zealand at the 1984 Summer OlympicsCanada at the 1984 Summer Olympics1984 Summer OlympicsUnited States at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Question 8: Groups were introduced at the same level in 1967 in ________, Denmark.
HelsinkiStockholmCopenhagenReykjavík

Question 9: Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport in which individuals or teams of competitors (generally five) manipulate one or two apparatus: rope, hoop, ball, ________, and ribbon.
ClubGentlemen's clubEnglandLondon

Question 10: Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that combines elements of ________, gymnastics, dance, and apparatus manipulation.
Ballroom danceBalletConcert danceHip-hop dance
















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