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165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 4 m Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG) Ribbon - Coral
165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter

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165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter

MYR25.00
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  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
  • 4 m Rhythmic Gymnastics (RG) Ribbon - Coral
165mm Rhythmic Gymnastics Ball - Coral Glitter
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Our designers created this ball for gymnasts aged up to 13 to meet the specific needs of RG gymnastics in training and competition.

This ball, designed for rhythmic gymnastics, meets the specific needs of this sport: manoeuvrability and lightness.

BENEFITS

Ease of handling

The 165mm diameter (+ or - 5mm) is perfect for the youngest gymnasts.

Lightweight

The featherweight of 300 - 310g is suitable for the youngest gymnasts.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How to choose rhythmic gymnastics equipment

Rhythmic gymnastics uses 5 pieces of equipment: ball, hoop, ribbon, clubs and rope. We offer two ranges for each type of equipment. The beginner range offers smaller, lighter equipment that is easier to learn on. This range is ideal for young gymnasts. The intermediate range features slightly larger and heavier equipment that complies with official standards. Suitable for gymnasts from age 13 and up.

How to choose a rhythmic gymnastics outfit

Our design team's tip: the perfect training kit for gymnasts is a leotard or top, and shorts or leggings so that they can move freely and with confidence. Leotards are optional for training but compulsory for competitions.

How to maintain your ball

Because we know your equipment is precious to you, why not read our advice: Wash the ball with a bit of washing up liquid, water, and a soft sponge. Rinse well and rub gently.
Dry with a microfibre cloth to avoid abrasion.