The source of this info is via Tulsa World of Gymnastics Tips
I can't tell you for sure how accurate it is, but its from the net it has to be haha. But i can tell that there is at least 1 error in the MAG section, so there might be some errors in the WAG. CAn't be sure..
But here it something that might help, and good luck finding videos of these moments
[E.1] How did gymnastics begin?
The earliest evidence of gymnastics can be found on frescoes from the Minoan civilization (2700-1400 BC), which depict acrobats leaping over the horns of a bull.
"Gymnastics" is derived from the Greek word "gymnos" (naked) and, while gymnastics was never included in the ancient Olympic Games, it was regarded as training for other sports, such as wrestling and athletics. When the Games were abolished in 393 AD, there was a decline in the participation of many sports, including gymnastics. For several centuries, therefore, the sport was practiced mainly by acrobats performing their skills in traveling circuses and for royalty.
In the 18th century, philosophers began to stress the importance of physical exercise, but it was not until Frederic Louis Jahn recognized the national importance of gymnastics and turned it into a means of the German patriotic feeling that gymnastics became popular throughout Europe. Jahn, called the "father of gymnastics," invented various apparatus and exercises, wrote a book called "Die Deutsche Turnkunst" and developed Turner (gymnastic) societies in Germany. By the late 1800's many other countries had formed their own gymnastics societies, each of which was organized on a national level. Nicholas J. Cuperus, president of the Belgian Gymnastics Federation, invited delegates from several European gymnastics unions to a meeting held in conjunction with the Belgian gymnastics festival in 1881, and thus was born the European Gymnastics Federation, or FEG (renamed the Federation International de Gymnastique ("FIG") in 1921). Beginning in 1896 the FEG met every year or two, each time admitting more countries as members of the Federation.
The early competitions featured both gymnastics exercises (on pommel horse, rings, parallel and high bars, for example) and athletic exercises (running, high jump, weight lifting and pole vaulting), and were held in outdoor arenas. The athletic events were abolished at the 1936 Olympic Games, and were used for the last time at the 1950 World Championships.
Women began performing in gymnastics societies in the late 1800's. The first international festival which included female participation was held in Luxembourg in 1909, and exercises included rhythmic, Baltic and choreographic routines. The Amsterdam Olympics of 1928 featured the first women's gymnastics competition; women competed at the World Championships for the first time at the 1934 Budapest Worlds.
[E.2] Who was the first to...?
Being the first to execute a gymnastics skill in international competition is an accomplishment highly regarded in the sport. Moves are often named after the gymnast who first performs them. Here is our list of "who was the first to...?", to the best of our knowledge:
Tsukahara Ludmila Turischeva (URS)'74 WorldsFull twist on full twist off Olga Korbut (URS)'74 WorldsFull-twisting tucked Tsukahara Nelli Kim (URS)'76 OlympicsTucked front Marta Egervari (HUN) & Maria Filatova (URS)'76 OlympicsLayout Tsukahara Maria Filatova & Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)'77 World CupFull-twisting layout Tsukahara Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)'78 WorldsTucked front with * twist Christa Canary (USA)'78 WorldsCuervo Christa Canary (USA)'79 WorldsTucked double front Choe Jong Sil (PRK)'80 OlympicsFull twist on front tuck off Elena Davydova (URS)'80 OlympicsLayout Yurchenko Natalia Yurchenko (URS)'82 World CupFull-twisting layout Yurchenko Natalia Yurchenko (URS)'82 World Cup1.5-twisting layout Yurchenko Elena Shushunova (URS)'84 OlomoucDouble-twisting layout Yurchenko Elena Gurova (URS)'84 DTB CupYurchenko on * twist to immediate layout front off Snejana Hristakieva (BUL)'92 OlympicsLayout front Irina Evdokimova (KAZ)'93 Worlds* on * off to layout front salto Jaycie Phelps (USA)'94 Dortmund Worlds
Front salto over LB to sit on LB Marta Egervari & Krisztina Medveczky (HUN)'74 WorldsJump to clear hip on HB to handstand with * turn Julianne McNamara (USA)'81 WorldsRound-off Arabian over LB to brief sit on LB Michelle Goodwin (USA)'81 WorldsRound-off tucked back somersault over LB to recatch LB Birgit Senff (GDR)'84 Olomouc
Toe on * twist to tucked back Nadia Comaneci (ROM)'75 EuropeansTucked double back Nadia Chatarova (BUL)'76 OlympicsHecht to immediate full-twisting tucked back Natalia Tereschenko (URS)'78 American CupHecht * twist to immediate tucked front Ma Yanhong (CHN)'79 WorldsDouble twisting flyaway Kathy Johnson (USA)'81 WorldsTucked full-in Maiko Morio (JPN)'83 WorldsDouble Layout Diana Dudeva (BUL)'87 WorldsTucked double front Lacramioara Filip (ROM) & Sarah Mercer (GBR)'89 WorldsTucked full-out Oksana Chusovitina (URS)'91 WorldsTucked full-in full-out Oksana Fabrichnova (RUS)'93 Worlds
FF from HB to recatch HB (Korbut) Olga Korbut (URS)'72 OlympicsDeltchev Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)'77 World CupGiant swing Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)'77 World CupFull-twisting Korbut Elena Mukhina (URS)'77 World CupBack stalder to handstand with full turn in handstand Marcia Frederick (USA)'78 WorldsTkachev Elena Davydova (URS)'80 OlympicsTkachev to immediate Deltchev Natalia Yurchenko (URS)'83 WorldsUnderswing from HB with 1.5 twists and flight over LB to hand on LB (Strong) Lori Strong (CAN)'89 WorldsSwing forward on HB (facing out) counter salto forward to recatch in reverse grip (Kim) Kim Gwang Suk (PRK)'89 WorldsDef (full-twisting Gienger) Snejana Hristakieva (BUL)'91 Junior EuropeansGaylord I Salto Mo Huilan (CHN)'94 Brisbane Worlds
Press to handstand Larissa Latynina & Tamara Manina (URS)'62 WorldsFront tuck Stella Zacharova (URS)'79 World CupRO FF Maxi Gnauck (GDR)'81 EuropeansRO full-twisting tucked back Kelly Garrison (USA)'85 WorldsRO layout Natalia Yurchenko (URS)'85 WorldsRO full-twisting FF Patricia Luconi (ITA)'87 WorldsJump to 1-armed handstand Janine Rankin (CAN)'87 WorldsFront handspring immediate tucked front Anastasia Dzyundzyak (UZB)'94 Asian Games
Cartwheel tucked back salto Vera Caslvaska (TCH)'62 WorldsTucked front Keiko Ikeda (JPN)'62 WorldsCartwheel full-twisting layout Vera Caslavska (TCH)'68 OlympicsCartwheel double-twisting layout Nadia Comaneci (ROM)'75 EuropeansTucked double back Elena Mukhina & Natalia Shaposhnikova (URS)'77 World CupPiked double back Maria Filatova (URS)'77 World CupFull-twisting tucked double back Albina Shishova & Tatiana Frolova (URS)'83 WorldsTriple twist Iva Cervenkova (TCH)'83 Worlds
Cartwheel Eva Bosakova (TCH)'56 OlympicsFlick flack Erika Zuchold (GDR)'66 WorldsFront handspring Karin Janz & Erika Zuchold (GER)& Vera Caslavska (TCH)'68 OlympicsTucked back salto Olga Korbut (URS) and Nancy Thies (USA)'72 OlympicsFF to swing down and straddle beam (Korbut) Olga Korbut (URS)'72 OlympicsLayout salto Aurelia Dobre (ROM)'74 WorldsTwo consecutive layout stepout saltos Eugenia Golea (ROM)'84 American CupTucked front salto Carola Dombeck (GDR)'76 OlympicsTucked side salto Elena Davydova (URS)'76 American CupSide FF to back hip circle under beam (Yurchenko loop) Natalia Yurchenko (URS)'79 SpartakiadeFull-twisting Korbut (Rulfova) Jana Rulfova (TCH)'81 WorldsTucked back salto with full twist (from RO) Albina Shishova (URS)'83 WorldsTucked back salto with full twist (from a stand) Aleftina Priakhina (URS)'86 Junior EuropeansLayout salto with full twist (from RO) Olessia Dudnik (URS)89 American CupTriple pirouette (Okino) Betty Okino (USA)'91 Worlds
Full-twisting back layout Muriel Grossfeld (USA)'60 OlympicsDouble-twisting back layout Zdenka Bujnackova (TCH) & Joan Moore (USA) & Ludmila Turischeva (URS)'72 OlympicsFull twisting front layout Margit Toth (HUN)'76 OlympicsTucked double back Nadia Comaneci (ROM)'76 American CupTucked full-in Elena Mukhina (URS)'78 WorldsTriple twisting back layout Maxi Gnauck (GDR)'79 WorldsFull-twisting back layout punch front Heidi Anderson (USA)'79 Moscow NewsDouble layout Diana Dudeva (BUL)'83 WorldsDouble-twisting back layout punch front Oksana Omelianchik (URS)'85 Europeans1 * piked side salto Elena Shushunova (URS)'85 EuropeansFull-in full-out Aleftina Priakhina (URS)'86 Junior EuropeansDouble front salto Olga Strazheva (URS)'86 Junior EuropeansDouble back layout with full twist in 1st salto Natiana Tuzhikova (URS)'87 WorldsDouble full-in back out Tatiana Groshkova (URS)'89 Chunichi CupDouble back layout with full twist in 2nd salto Oksana Chusovitina (URS)'91 WorldsDouble front salto with * twist in 2nd salto Lilia Podkopayeva (UKR)'95 Worlds