With roots in Ancient Greece, Artistic Gymnastics is as ancient as it is spectacular, combining speed, strength, power and flexibility with tumbling and acrobatic skills, all performed with an emphasis on style. The ever-evolving sport continues to adapt for the new millennia as it stays true to the Olympic motto of Citius, Altius, Fortius ("Faster, Higher, Stronger"). Gymnasts display superhuman strength as they challenge gravity and push the limits of physics in six separate events: Floor Exercise, Pommel Horse, Still Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bar. On all events, gymnasts are judged on difficulty of the exercise, execution, along with dynamics, including height and distance from apparatus, and must show strength, flexibility and balance Olympic Games Men's Artistic Gymnastics has been part of every summer Olympic Games from antiquity through the modern revival begun in 1896, and the Olympic Games are the pinnacle of the four-year world Gymnastics calendar. Artistic Gymnastics is also part of the Summer Youth Olympic Games, first held in 2010.