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Daria Pridannikova (Russia), rope 2016

Daria Pridannikova (Russia), rope 2016

Italian rhythmic gymnastics team performing with ropes during a 2008 competition in Turin

The Leotard Evolution: Photos of Olympic gymnasts over the years show how their competition outfits have gone from wholesome and modest to blinged up and super-skimpy

Nadiya Vasina of Ukraine flexibility finishes with rope during qualifications at 2006 Deriugina Cup Grand Prix in Kie

Nadiya Vasina of Ukraine flexibility finishes with rope during qualifications at 2006 Deriugina Cup Grand Prix in Kiev, Ukraine on March (Photo by Tom Theobald)

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Rhythmic gymnastics is an emerging sport combining ballet and artistic gymnastics. Rhythmic gymnasts use different apparatus and are scored on a scale in three categories. Tickets for the 2012 Olympics for rhythmic gymnastics is already sold out.

Rhythmic gymnastics training - what rhythmic gymnasts can do should be, by all rights, impossible. And yet, they do it on a regular basis. Incredible athletes gracefully showing the amazing abilities humans can have.

Rhythmic gymnastics training - what rhythmic gymnasts can do should be, by all rights, impossible. And yet, they do it on a regular basis. Incredible athletes gracefully showing the amazing abilities humans can have.

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