Translation of gymnast in Spanish:


gimnasta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒɪmˌnæst/ /ˈdʒɪmnast/

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    gimnasta masculine, feminine
    • From then on coaches and girls alike realised that a smaller gymnast meant a better gymnast.
    • Everyone agrees that Olympic divers and gymnasts are competitive athletes.
    • The gymnasts are incredible athletes operating under excruciating pressure.
    • The gymnasts train Monday to Saturday, seven hours a day.
    • She may use a mental technique gymnasts are trained in: the art of erecting an impermeable wall after each passing moment.
    • His principle is to train a gymnast who will immediately stand head and shoulders above all the others.
    • It would be incorrect to ascribe the victories of our gymnasts to me, personally.
    • The team she joined was made up of gymnasts who won gold medals at the Olympics in Mexico.
    • Thirteen years ago I spent three weeks in Auckland as a gymnast competing for Wales in the Commonwealth Games.
    • The team format calls for three gymnasts to compete per event with three scores counting.
    • For example, it is the problem of the same gymnasts competing in both tournaments.
    • In the men's competition, a different gymnast was in the lead in each of the six events.
    • To compete in Sydney, gymnasts have to turn 16 by the end of the year.
    • The gymnasts competed for the first time according to the new compulsory program.
    • Other women gymnasts were unavailable to compete in the cup for one reason or another.
    • The son of two college gymnasts, Lance was enrolled in gymnastics from an early age.
    • She started as a gymnast after finding motivation from watching the Olympic Games as a child.
    • Her younger sister, Olga, is a former gymnast who is studying to be a gymnastics coach.
    • Both the gymnasts and coaches have put a lot of effort into training for this competition, and we are delighted with the results.
    • Eight gymnasts were in Calgary for the past week training in the first of two camps.