Japanese Men’s Rhythmic Gymnastics

… men’s rhythmic gymnastics is a fantastic event involving all kinds of dynamic and acrobatic stunts performed by teams whose minutely synchronized routines often move spectators to tears.

And there have been lots of joyous tears shed up in Tohoku at Aomori University on account of its men’s rhythmic gymnastics team, which has won the intercollegiate championship for 11 years in a row. For four consecutive years now, it has also won the All-Japan National Championship …

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That’s U.S.-based choreographer Daniel Ezralow — who’s doing the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Yep. Japanese Men’s Rhythmic Gymnastics is kind of a big deal in Japan.

(via Couch Gymnast)

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coach Rick

Career gymnastics coach from Calgary, Canada.

3 thoughts on “Japanese Men’s Rhythmic Gymnastics”

  1. It has to be rhythmic and it is gymnastics. So why not ‘rhythmic gymnastics’. It’s a great thing. In Germany we have something like that as part of TeamGym, but not so talented.

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