Maldives Guide to Gymnastics

AERIAL - Sjana Elise Earp (Australia) – Amilla Fushi - 2

The final day of the most aesthetically enchanting event of the Olympics – Gymnastics. Perfectly honed athletes performing exquisitely choreographed routines with balletic grace. For those of you who have not quite figured out the difference between your triple salto and your Yurchenko loop, Maldives Complete has assembled a small primer for you…

AERIAL – Sjana Elise Earp (Australia) – Amilla Fushi [ ABOVE]

HANDSTAND – Ea Nitsche Holm (Hong Kong) – Anantara Kihavah
HANDSTAND - Ea Nitsche Holm (Hong Kong) – Anantara Kihavah


LANDING – Jade Kiss (Canada) – Conrad Rangali
LANDING - Jade Kiss (Canada) – Conrad Rangali

PIKE – Jessica Olie (United Kingdom) – Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru
PIKE - Jessica Olie (United Kingdom) – Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru - 9

PLANCHE – Jess Watson (Indonesia) – Maafushi
PLANCHE - Jess Watson (Indonesia) – Maafushi

RING JUMP – Sjana Elise Earp (Australia) – Amilla Fushi
RING JUMP - Sjana Elise Earp (Australia) – Amilla Fushi

ROUND-OFF – Chloe Lambertt (Australia) – Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru
ROUND OFF - Chloe Lambertt (Australia) – Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru

SPLIT – Alana Kay (USA) – Anantara Dhigu
SPLIT - Alana Kay (USA) – Anantara Dhigu

TUCK – Tara Stiles (USA) – W Retreat
TUCK - Tara Stiles (USA) – W Retreat

TWIST – Melissa Pretorius (Australia) – Kandooma
TWIST - Melissa Pretorius (Australia) – Kandooma

YANG BO – Maiama Khateli (Netherlands) – Canareef
YANG BO - Maiama Khateli (Netherlands) – Canareef

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