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TOKYO, July 25 Reuters - The German women's gymnastics team opted to wear full-body suits in qualifications at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday in a move they said was designed to promote freedom of choice and encourage women to wear what makes them feel comfortable. The team, composed of Sarah Voss, Pauline Schaefer-Betz, Elisabeth Seitz and Kim Bui, competed in red and white unitards, which are combined leotards and leggings extending to the ankles. They wore similar outfits during training on Thursday and said they could chose to wear them again in competition. Voss said the team had discussed their choice of attire before competing on Sunday and had settled on the unitard. Voss said the team -- which wore full-body suits at the European championships in April in a move aimed at countering the sexualisation of the sport -- were keen for the trend to catch on.
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German gymnasts' outfits take on sexualisation in sport
She did not break any rules, but Sarah Voss's full-body suit this week at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships defied convention. Until now women and girls have only covered their legs in international competition for religious reasons. Voss, from Germany, said she was proud of her decision and she was supported by her country's gymnastics federation.
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