I just watched last night's Olympic coverage on our digital recorder. The mens' super combined? Breathtaking feat of skill, agility, strength, timing, and quick reflexes. Interspersed was ice dancing: Russians dressed in fake Aborigine costumes, grimacing and doing fancy footwork. Certainly ice dancing takes coordination, skill, hours of practice. But if it's an Olympic sport, why not add ballroom dancing? Ballet? Cheerleading? Perhaps, as a friend pointed out, the Summer Olympics equivalent is synchronized swimming. So the rule must be that it is a sport if you're not doing it on a traditional surface (i.e. "the ground"). As the same friend pointed out (thanks, Jenica), we do have trampoline. High-flying trapeze, anyone?