First appearance in the Central American and Caribbean Games: 1998
Acclaimed for its undeniable grace and expressive beauty, rhythmic gymnastics is an exclusively female sport, with individual and group events, in which five apparatuses are used (ribbon, rope, clubs, ball and hoop). It incorporates a lot of the movements of classical ballet with rhythm and grace. It started being practiced in the nineteenth century with basic choreographies and was known as group gymnastics. As the complexity of the choreographies increased, starting from the end of the First World War, the interest and delight of the public grew, until it was recognized by the International Gymnastics Federation (IGF) in 1962.
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Parque Central Simón Bolivar