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In ancient Greece, the Olympics were composed of fewer events compared to the modern games. True False
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User: In ancient Greece, the Olympics were composed of fewer events compared to the modern games. True False

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User: Which of the following categories of gymnastics is considered one of the most popular Olympic events? Artistic Gymnastics Rhythmic Gymnastics Trampoline None of the above

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In ancient Greece, the Olympics were composed of fewer events compared to the modern games. TRUE.

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Carbohydrates are the first (easiest) nutrients to be broken down and absorbed for energy use in the body.

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Artistic Gymnastics is considered one of the most popular Olympic events.
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