Artistic Gymnastics Equipments in Portuguese

What’s up, everyone?
Ready for another Olympic Dica? Let’s talk about artistic gymnastics equipments!

We know that Artistic Gymnastics is one the most important sports in the Olympic Games, so, today we are gonna learn the names of the equipments used in this sport in Portuguese.

Shall we?

Vocabulary of Artistic Gymnastics in Portuguese

Artistic Gymnastics Equipments in Portuguese. The still rings: As argolas. Arthur Zanettii, world and olympic champion, competing on the rings for the Brazilian gymnastics.

Artistic Gymnastics Equipments in Portuguese. The horizontal bar: A barra fixa. Athlete with red uniform participating on the horizontal bar during the olympic games.

Vocabulary of Artistic Gymnastics in Portuguese. The parallel bars: As barra paralelas. Bars used fot the male competition, with the gymnast next to it celebrating a good performance.

Vocabulary of Artistic Gymnastics in Portuguese. The pommel horse: O cavalo com alças. Sérgio Sasaki disputando competing on the pommel horse on the 2012 Olympic games in London.

Equipments used for artistic gymnastics in the olympic games. The vault: A mesa. Female gymnast in red uniform jumping over the vault.

Equipments used in the artistic gymnastics in Portuguese for foreigners. The uneven bars: Barras assimétricas, therefore, one is lower than the other, used by gymnasts during competitions.

Equipments used in the artistic gymnastics in Portuguese. The floor: O solo. Olympic athlete during a artistic gymnastics presentation on the floor.

Equipments used for the artistic gymnastics in Portuguese. The balance beam: A trave olímpica.

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