Definition: Garrison

Garrison: A floor exercise skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.  It consists of a cat leap forward with bent legs and 1 ½ turn.  It has been rated by the FIG as C level skill and its FIG number is 1.314.

Garrison: A balance beam skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.  It consists of a free shoulder roll forward to stand or tuck stand without hand support.  It has been rated by the FIG as C level skill and its FIG number is 6.302.

Garrison: A balance beam skill named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.  It starts from an extended tuck sit, Valdez swing over backward through horizontal plane with support on one arm..  It has been rated by the FIG as C level skill and its FIG number is 7.306.

Garrison: A balance beam mount named after U. S. gymnast Kelly Garrison.  It is round-off, tucked full mount.  It has been rated by the FIG as Super E level skill and its FIG number is 1.616.

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