There are three separate disciplines at the Olympic Games in the sport of gymnastics. They are:
- Artistic Gymnastics — athletes compete on different apparatus and floor routines in individual and team events.
- Rhythmic Gymnastics — competitors perform choreographed routines incorporating hand-held apparatus.
- Trampoline — involves bouncing on a trampoline to heights up to eight metres, while the athletes perform acrobatic movements such as twists and somersaults in mid-air. Points are awarded for difficulty, execution and flight time.
- Club Swinging was an early Olympic gymnastics event, as was tumbling and rope climbing. See more unusual Olympic gymnastics events.
- More information about the sport of Gymnastics
- See more on the Greatest Gymnasts at the Olympics.
- Anthropometric analysis of the Olympic Games all-round gymnastics winners
- See also information about gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games.
- Some unusual gymnastics events have once been part of the Olympics.
- List of Olympic Sports