GYMNASTICS 

> Artistic Gymnastics is a core sport, first introduced in 1978 
> It is competed by male and females in individual, all-round and team events 
> Women compete over four disciplines: floor, uneven bars, vault and beam 
> Male compete over six disciplines: floor, vault, parallel bars, horizontal bar, rings and pommel horse 
 
> Rhythmic Gymnastics was first introduced in the 1990 games 
> It is competed by females only 
> Disciplines include: ball, clubs, hoop, ribbon, rope, individual all-round and ground all-round 
 
> NI first comepeted in artisitic gymnastics in the Auckland 1990 Games 
> At the Gold Coast 2018 Games NI brought home a gold in the mens pommel horse (Rhys McClenaghan) 
 
> NI first competed in rhythmic gymnastics in the Victoria 1994 Games 

  GOVERNING BODY: GYMNASTICS NI  

 
CONTACT INFORMATION: 
 
Room 11F04A, Sports Centre 
University of Ulster 
Jordanstown Campus 
Shore Road 
Newtownabbey 
Co. Antrim 
BT37 0QB 
 
Email: northernireland@british-gymnastics.org 
 
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