Gymnastics. Also known as the pommel horse, it's a cylindrical,
leather-passed apparatus with two upright handles.
2. Its flipper-like
flat feet. Its name is derived from the Greek words platus,
"flat," and pous, "foot."
3. She wanted to
be sure moviegoers would see that she did all the dancing in
the film herself -- and feared her normally long hair would
obscure her face, leading some to wonder if a stand-in had been
4. A record 42 times.
The fleet-footed Henderson was with the Oakland Athletics at
5. "Billie Jean."
He was appearing on a Motown 25th-anniversary special at the