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They went on a little way in silence after this, the Knight with his eyes shut, muttering to himself, and Alice watching anxiously for the next tumble.
After the fourth or fifth tumble he reached the turn, and then she waved her handkerchief to him, and waited till he was out of sight.
In his last junior competition for GB he competed in the 2016 European Championships, where he produced some of his best tumbles to take the individual bronze and also help his team make history by being the first junior GB team to win the team European title.
Hyperion is currently the only natural satellite that tumbles chaotically, although other moons might well have done so in their pasts, too.
Tina Tumbles also comes with a fun picture glossary of basic gymnastics shapes designed by the illustrator—fun for kids who are not yet involved with the sport but want to be, and of course, for those already taking lessons.
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They represented the West Midlands in the following categories: Cara McKeaney for National Grade 2 tumbles in the over-13 age group, Heather Croghan-Miksch for National Grade 3 tumbles in the under-13 age group, Lucas Kriesel and Tayla Underhill for Elite Grade 1 tumbles in the nine and 10-year-olds, and Thomas Baker in the Elite Grade 1 tumbles in the 11 and 12-year-old age group.
The demanding event is the highest national test of tumbling, a series of high speed somersaults and flicks, and acro, routine of co-ordinated tumbles, lifts and balances in pairs and groups.
During blasting, the parts are tumbled in the barrel drum using a patented pyramidal barrel design that tumbles the parts in two directions at the same time, for more efficient and faster cycle times.
Naharin is a forceful director and competent craftsman cliche after cliche tumbles laboriously from his imagination and clatters onto the stage, but they do tumble logically.
A disk of smaller diameter and low density displays chaotic motion, swinging back and forth more and more widely until it flips over, tumbles, then returns to an oscillating mode.