300 Violin Orchestra 

(Jorge Quintero)

Alicia Sacramone used it in the first and last part of her last ever performance on Floor (Podium Training – 2011 World Championships). Days later she tore her Achilles Tendon and while she returned to gymnastics for the 2012 Olympic Trials she did not perform on Floor.




(Mustafa Sandal)

The song is included in Sandal’s second album “Golgede Anyi” released in 1996.

 Bridget Sloan became World all-around champion in 2009 performing to this music.


Así Se Baila El Tango 

Alexandra Raisman finished 4th on Floor at the 2010 World Championships performing to this music.




Noemi Makra was the first reserve (10th in qualification) for the 2013 World Floor Final performing to this music.



(John Tesh)

Zhang Nan became the 2003 World all-around bronze medallist performing to this music.

Also when Isabela Lacatus went into Aerobic Gymnastics after retiring from Artistic she performed to this music. She competed alongside Remus Nicolai (Daniela Maranduca’s husband)


(Maurice Ravel)

 The song was first performed on November 22nd, 1928.

Gymnasts that have performed to this music include: 

Khrabrina Khrabrova (BUL) (1988 – 1989)

Svetlana Boginskaya (USSR) (1990 – 1991)

Elena Shapornaya (UKR) (1995 – 1996)

Ashley Postell (USA) (2003)

He Kexin (CHN) (2010)

Ashley Postell became the 2003 US National Champion on Floor performing to the music.

Watch their routines as well as a montage featuring the music and the gymnasts that have performed to it. 


(Moulin Rouge)

The song is featured in the film Moulin Rouge released in 2001.

Yang Yilin became the 2008 Olympic all-around bronze medallist performing to this music

Building The Bullet 

(Luis Bacalov)

Used by Nastia Liukin (2004 – 2005) and Hannah Whelan (2009 – 2010) in the second part of their routines.

Nastia Liukin won the 2005 World Silver Medal on Floor performing to this music.


Carnaval de Paris 

(Dario G)

The song was recorded for the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.

Annia Hatch finished 5th on Floor at the 2002 U.S. Nationals performing to this music.



(Gloria Estefan)

Oana Ban’s last ever gymnastics performance was to this music at the 2004 Olympic Team Final where Romania won the gold medal. She had qualified to the all-around and floor final but withdrew due to injury.



(Lindsey Stirling)

The song is included in Lindsey Stirling’s self-titled album released in 2012.

Bailie Key scored a 14.650 on Floor performing to this music at the event finals of the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships (junior division).