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Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 08 June 2014 13:27    PDF Print
Uchimura Wins Sixth Consecutive NHK Cup
(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Gymnastics king Kohei Uchimura captured his sixth consecutive trophy at the 53rd NHK Cup, which concluded Sunday in Tokyo.


Kohei Uchimura (KONAMI) with his sixth consecutive NHK Cup

The NHK Cup served as the first part of Japan's world championships trials. The top three all-around gymnasts from the NHK Cup secured berths to this fall's world championships in Nanning.

Gymnasts qualified to the NHK Cup at last month's national championships, where 50 percent of their two-day scores carried over to Sunday's competition.

The top three gymnasts from Japan's national championships repeated their places Sunday, with world and Olympic champion Uchimura topping Juntendo University's Shogo Nonomura and Ryohei Kato.

Uchimura fell on pommel horse Sunday but still scored 90.450 on Sunday, which combined with his 90.600 average from the national championships gave him a winning 181.050.

Kato (89.600) tied for the second-best score after Uchimura, but still finished third due to his preliminary average. Yusuke Tanaka, fourth all-around, also earned 89.600, earned the highest scores of the day on parallel bars (15.600) and high bar (16.000).

World floor exercise champion Kenzo Shirai, 15th all-around, made his case as a specialist for the world team with his 16.200 on floor. Junior Kazuma Kaya, who competed pommel horse only, had the highest score with 15.400. Kaya won the 2013 Japan Junior International all-around title.

Other high scorers were Koji Yamamuro on still rings (15.450) and Nonomura on vault (15.600).

During Saturday's women's competition, Natsumi Sasada, Asuka Teramoto and Wakana Inoue clinched spot's on Japan's women's world team.

Junior Sae Miyakawa, seventh all-around in the women's competition, earned Japan's spot for this summer's Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing. Kenya Yuasa won a separate junior competition Saturday to select Japan's male representative for Nanjing.

Japan's teams to the world championships and Asian Games will be finalized following the second Japanese trials, July 5-6 in Chiba.

External Link: Japan Gymnastic Association

53rd NHK Cup
June 8, 2014, Tokyo

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotalNatlCombined
1. Kohei Uchimura KONAMI 15.400 14.050 14.900 15.300 15.100 15.700 90.450 90.600 181.050
2. Shogo Nonomura Juntendo University 15.100 14.400 14.600 14.850 15.600 14.400 88.950 89.775 178.725
3. Ryohei Kato Juntendo University 15.500 14.550 14.600 14.750 15.300 14.900 89.600 88.675 178.275
4. Yusuke Tanaka KONAMI 14.750 14.850 14.500 14.000 15.500 16.000 89.600 87.300 176.900
5. Kazushi Takeda Nippon Sport Science University 14.800 14.600 14.900 14.300 14.600 14.750 87.950 88.000 175.950
6. Yuya Kamoto Nippon Sport Science University 14.700 13.950 14.750 14.650 15.500 14.500 88.050 87.525 175.575
7. Yusuke Saito Tokushukai Gymnastics Club 13.750 14.250 14.050 15.350 14.500 15.350 87.250 87.875 175.125
8. Masayoshi Yamamoto Tokushukai Gymnastics Club 14.450 14.800 14.650 14.700 14.400 14.800 87.800 87.200 175.000
9. Katsutaro Shirai KONAMI 15.300 14.600 14.300 14.750 14.050 14.300 87.300 86.425 173.725
10. Kenzo Kaneko Juntendo University 14.950 14.150 14.050 14.150 14.250 15.100 86.650 86.725 173.375
11. Junpei Oka Nippon Sport Science University 15.000 14.900 14.300 14.750 13.500 13.150 85.600 87.700 173.300
12. Chisho Hasegawa Nippon Sport Science University 14.500 14.300 14.150 14.200 14.450 15.350 86.950 86.225 173.175
13. Hiroshi Koyama National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya 14.850 14.600 14.250 14.850 14.700 14.300 87.550 85.475 173.025
14. Koji Yamamuro KONAMI 13.200 12.950 15.450 14.800 15.000 14.000 85.400 87.475 172.875
15. Kenzo Shirai Kishine High School 16.200 13.650 13.150 14.600 14.900 14.050 86.550 86.200 172.750
16. Ishikawa Daiki Juntendo University 15.100 14.300 13.800 14.150 15.050 15.050 87.450 85.275 172.725
17. Kenta Chiba Seifu High School 15.200 13.550 13.550 14.800 14.550 14.200 85.850 86.575 172.425
18. Koji Uematsu KONAMI 14.700 13.400 13.800 14.000 13.700 15.100 84.700 87.250 171.950
19. Shibata Keitel Juntendo University 14.450 14.250 13.900 14.150 14.750 14.700 86.200 85.725 171.925
20. Kiyoshi Yokoyama Nippon Sport Science University 14.500 14.850 14.250 11.850 15.100 15.100 85.650 85.950 171.600
21. Yoshiaki Furuya Sendai 14.250 14.000 14.200 14.150 14.800 14.550 85.950 85.250 171.200
22. Hirakihito Imabayashi Juntendo University 14.500 13.150 13.850 14.650 14.400 14.600 85.150 85.975 171.125
23. Imura Futoshi Wakayama Prefecture Gymnastics Association 14.200 14.400 14.150 13.900 14.500 14.400 85.550 85.325 170.875
24. Kou Tanigawa Funabashi High School 15.300 14.100 13.600 14.800 14.550 13.200 85.550 84.875 170.425
25. Ryuzo Sejima Tokushukai Gymnastics Club 15.050 13.300 14.100 14.300 15.150 13.250 85.150 84.775 169.925
26. Shoichi Yamamoto Asahi Seimei 13.900 13.400 13.750 14.000 14.900 14.150 84.100 85.400 169.500
27. Shohei Okawa Sendai 13.950 14.450 13.750 13.900 14.150 14.100 84.300 85.100 169.400
28. Seiya Taura Nippon Sport Science University 14.700 13.800 12.550 14.900 14.400 13.950 84.300 84.900 169.200
29. Takuya Nagano Nihon University 14.700 13.600 14.900 13.800 14.550 13.350 84.900 84.175 169.075
30. Kakitani Tsubuseto Central Sports 14.550 13.450 13.850 14.100 13.900 13.850 83.700 84.750 168.450
31. Murakami Yuto Sendai 14.800 13.600 14.050 13.650 14.100 14.200 84.400 83.625 168.025
32. Tomohiroshi Yoshioka Central Sports 13.950 12.900 13.350 13.300 14.500 14.800 82.800 84.950 167.750
33. Shohei Fujiwara Waseda University 14.200 13.100 13.750 14.550 14.200 12.700 82.500 84.425 166.925
34. Makoto Okiguchi KONAMI 14.400 13.900 13.450 13.100 14.300 69.150 86.150 155.300
35. Kyoichi Watanabe Tokushukai Gymnastics Club 12.600 15.050 14.900 42.550 83.400 125.950
36. Kazuma Kaya Narashino Municipal High School 15.400 15.400 85.025 100.425
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Saturday, 07 June 2014 15:21    PDF Print
Sasada Captures First NHK Cup
(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



Japanese national champion Natsumi Sasada won the women's all-around at the 53rd NHK Cup, held Saturday in Tokyo. Pictured: All-around medalists Wakana Inoue, Asuka Teramoto and Sasada secured spots on Japan's world team.

Japanese national champion Natsumi Sasada won the women's all-around at the 53rd NHK Cup, held Saturday in Tokyo.

Gymnasts qualified to the NHK Trophy at the Japanese national championships last month. Half of their scores from the national championships carried over to Saturday's event.

Sasada, 18, outscored Asuka Teramoto, 83.725-82.625, to win her first NHK Trophy. In the third rotation, Sasada risked her signature round off, full-twisting layout mount to score 14.600 on balance beam. With a clean floor exercise (13.450), she clinched her first victory at the prestigious NHK Cup.

Wakana Inoue finished third (79.900). Sasada, Teramoto and Inoue earned berths for Japan's team at this fall's world championships in China. The three remaining members will be decided following another competition in July.

Junior Sae Miyakawa, seventh all-around, earned Japan's spot for this summer's Youth Olympic Games. The event also included a separate junior competition to select Japan's male representative for the Youth Olympic Games. Kenya Yuasa topped the competition to secure the berth to Nanjing. Yuasa tied for the high bar title at the Pacific Rim Championships in April.

The NHK Cup continues Sunday with the men's event, with world and Olympic champion Kohei Uchimura seeking his sixth consecutive trophy.

External Link: Japan Gymnastic Association

53rd NHK Cup
June 7, 2014, Tokyo

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotalNationalsCombined
1.Natsumi SasadaNippon Sport Science University 13.80013.90014.60013.45055.75027.97583.725
2.Asuka TeramotoChukyo University14.10013.65013.90013.25054.90027.72582.625
3.Wakana InoueUniversity of Tsukuba13.25013.10013.40013.15052.90027.00079.900
4.Mai MurakamiIketani Yukio Gymnastics Club14.45012.70013.05012.90053.10026.67579.775
5.Azumi IshikuraZERO gymnastics club 13.50012.75013.70013.15053.10026.40079.500
6.Yu Minobe Asahi Seimei 12.45013.95014.30011.60052.30027.00079.300
7.Sae MiyagawaSaints Gymnastics Club 15.15012.90010.80014.05052.90026.27579.175
8.Mari KawasakiTri Gymnastics Club 13.75012.75013.20012.55052.25026.50078.750
9.Mizuho NagaiNippon Sport Science University 15.00012.20012.00013.25052.45025.95078.400
10.Yumi YamamotoToda City Sports Center 14.00012.95012.65012.35051.95026.32578.275
11.Yuna HiraiwaMitsubishi Yowa Gymnastics Club13.90012.70010.80013.20050.60027.47578.075
12.Aiko SugiharaHagoromo Gymnastics Club 13.60012.60012.65013.25052.10025.37577.475
13.Yumoto Sakura Narawa Gymnastics Club 13.55012.50012.55012.65051.25026.17577.425
14.Akiko SatoNippon Sport Science University 14.15012.35012.20012.70051.40026.00077.400
15.Minami Honda Amagasaki Municipal High School 13.45012.70013.90012.60052.65024.45077.100
16.Koko DobashiLegyc Sport14.10010.85011.95013.05049.95026.22576.175
17.Takuko KitanoWakayama Prefecture13.55012.25013.00011.80050.60024.92575.525
18.Ashikawa Nanase Mizutori Gymnastics Club13.25012.85012.80011.80050.70024.72575.425
19.Aya KawakuboKeio University 13.35012.45011.95012.70050.45024.75075.200
20.Yasuha KawakuboChukyo Gymnastics Club 13.55012.55012.25011.75050.10024.75074.850
21.Koga HonokaNippon Sport Science University 12.85012.30012.50012.65050.30023.52573.825
22.Yuka NatsumeMukogawa Women's University13.0009.35010.35012.00044.70025.40070.100
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 01 June 2014 16:26    PDF Print
López, US Men Golden Again in Anadia
(3 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Venezuela's Jessica López and the U.S. men struck more gold Sunday as the Anadia World Challenge Cup concluded in Portugal.

The U.S. men took two more titles to win four of the six finals in Anadia. Eddie Penev, who won floor exercise on Saturday, won vault (stuck Yurchenko half on to double-twisting handspring front layout; Yurchenko 2 1/2).

Newcomer Audrys Nin (Dominican Republic) won the silver, impressing with a booming Dragulescu (one small step), and a Tsukahara 2 1/2 (large step over the line). China's won the bronze (triple-twisting Tsukahara; short Randi).

U.S. Olympian Sam Mikulak, second to Penev on floor exercise, won the gold medal on high bar (Kolman; layout Tkatchev; Rybalko; half Tak to Tkatchev-half; stuck layout double double) and bronze on parallel bars.

France's Kévin Antoniotti showed impeccable lines to win the gold medal on parallel bars with 15.500, edging two-time world champion Mitja Petkovšek of Slovenia (15.475).

López, who won uneven bars on Saturday, took the balance beam title (ff ff, two-foot layout; switch half; sheep jump; front aerial, wolf jump; side somi; 2 1/2 twist) over Slovenia's Teja Belak. Belak, Saturday's vault champion, performed a side somi; full turn with leg held horizontal; front tuck; and stuck double tuck to place ahead of Portugal's Diana Abrantes.

Portugal's Ana Filipa Martins won a weak women's floor exercise final, in which all the finalists mounted with double pikes or double tucks. Austria's Jasmin Mader won the bronze medal over Uzbekistan's Yelena Rega.

The FIG World Cup series continues with the Ghent World Challenge Cup, Aug. 23-24 in Belgium.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Anadia World Challenge Cup
June 1, Anadia, Portugal

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1. Jessica López 5.6 8.250 13.850
2. Teja Belak 5.0 8.150 13.150
3. Diana Abrantes 4.9 8.075 12.975
4. Yelena Rega 4.8 7.875 12.675
5. Ana Filipa Martins 5.4 7.225 12.625
6. Elisa Hämmerle 5.3 7.050 12.350
7. Martina Castro 5.1 6.925 12.025
8. Asal Saparbaeva 4.5 7.050 11.550

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1. Ana Filipa Martins 5.0 7.975 0.1 12.875
2. Jasmin Mader 5.1 7.475 12.575
3. Yelena Rega 4.4 8.125 12.525
4. Elisa Hämmerle 4.7 7.800 12.500
5. Zoi Lima 4.4 7.750 12.150
6. Asal Saparbaeva 5.1 6.925 12.025
7. Sabiene Gosa 4.2 7.375 11.575
8. Barbara Achondo 4.6 6.775 0.3 11.075

Men's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1. Eddie Penev 5.8 9.425 15.225 15.100
5.6 9.375 14.975
2. Audrys Nin 6.0 9.350 15.350 15.025
5.6 9.200 0.1 14.700
3. Qu Ruiyang 6.0 8.975 14.975 14.987
6.0 9.000 15.000
4. Kevin Dupuis 5.6 9.300 14.900 14.950
5.6 9.400 15.000
5. Sam Mikulak 5.6 9.000 0.1 14.500 14.375
5.2 9.050 14.250
6. Tomas Gonzalez 6.0 7.975 13.975 14.325
5.6 9.075 14.675
7. Salokhiddin Mirzaev 5.6 8.450 14.050 7.025
0.0 0.000

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1. Kévin Antoniotti 6.4 9.100 15.500
2. Mitja Petkovšek 6.2 9.275 15.475
3. Sam Mikulak 6.4 8.725 15.125
4. Alen Dimic 6.2 8.750 14.950
5. Tomas Gonzalez 5.9 8.550 14.450
6. Lukas Dauser 6.6 7.525 14.125
7. Osvaldo Martinez 5.7 8.000 13.700
8. Dan Gomez 4.9 5.350 10.250

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1. Sam Mikulak 6.6 8.850 15.450
2. Marijo Možnik 6.6 8.525 15.125
3. Francisco Barreto 6.5 8.550 15.050
4. Nicolas Cordoba 6.4 8.050 14.450
5. Dmitrijs Trefilovs 5.8 8.350 14.150
6. Zhang Chenglong 6.7 7.050 13.750
7. Kevin Antoniotti 6.3 7.425 13.725
8. Bence Talas 6.1 6.975 13.075
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Saturday, 31 May 2014 14:15    PDF Print
US Men Take Two Titles at Anadia Challenge Cup
(6 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



With four medals, the U.S. men were the most successful as finals began Saturday at the Anadia World Challenge Cup in Portugal. Pictured: Alex Naddour (U.S.) was the most successful gymnast with the gold on pommel horse and silver on still rings.

Uneven bars champion Jessica López (Venezuela) and floor exercise champion Eddie Penev (U.S.)

With four medals, the U.S. men were the most successful as finals began Saturday at the Anadia World Challenge Cup in Portugal.

On floor exercise, Eddie Penev and Sam Mikulak finished 1-2 on floor exercise for the U.S., with 2012 Olympic finalist Tomas González (Chile) winning the bronze.

Alex Naddour (U.S.) was the most successful gymnast with the gold medal on pommel horse and silver on still rings. On pommel horse, Naddour had a small form break early in his routine but stayed on to win the title in a fall-filled final. Zoltán Kállai (Hungary) finished second ahead of Latvia's Dmitrijs Trefilovs.

World and Olympic champion Arthur Zanetti of Brazil comfortably won the still rings final with 15.700 (large step back on his full-twisting double layout dismount). Naddour took second, dismounting with a tucked 1 1/2-twisting double. Finland's Markku Vahtila, second in qualification, won the bronze.

In the women's finals, Slovenia's Teja Belak won the vault title (Yurchenko 1 1/2, handspring tucked front with a full). Austria's Elisa Hämmerle won the silver over Portugal's Ana Filipa Martins.

Two-time Venezuelan Olympian Jessica López was the class of the uneven bars finals, which saw all eight gymnasts from qualification advance. López's complex routine included a mount of Maloney, back uprise full pirouette to Tkatchev immediate Gienger between the bars; layout Jaeger from elgrip; double front from elgrip).

Martins fell on her Shaposhnikova but won the silver medal. Uzbekistan's Asal Saparbaeva (Jaeger; free hip full to Tkatchev; Pak salto; double pike) tied Hämmerle (fall on Jaeger) for the bronze medal.

Competition concludes Sunday in Anadia with the second day of finals.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Anadia World Challenge Cup
May 31, Anadia, Portugal

Women's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Teja Belak5.38.82514.12514.112
5.38.80014.100
2.Elisa Hämmerle5.28.55013.75013.600
4.68.85013.450
3.Ana Filipa Martins5.08.9500.113.95013.487
4.48.7250.113.025
4.Martina Castro5.28.30013.40013.437
5.08.47513.475
5.Tijana Tkalčec4.88.92513.72513.412
4.48.70013.100
6.Tjaša Kysselef4.68.50013.10013.337
4.88.77513.575
7.Jasmin Mader5.08.57513.57513.325
4.48.67513.075
8.Franchesca Santi5.08.6000.113.30013.275
4.88.5500.113.250

Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Jessica López6.08.32514.325
2.Ana Filipa Martins5.37.37512.675
3.Asal Saparbaeva5.07.20012.200
3.Elisa Hämmerle4.97.30012.200
5.Yelena Rega5.26.67511.875
6.Simona Castro4.66.17510.775
7.Sabiene Gosa3.06.1759.175
8.Farah Mahmoud3.94.7258.625

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Eddie Penev6.59.12515.625
2.Sam Mikulak6.59.05015.550
3.Tomas González6.78.67515.375
4.Oskar Kirmes6.08.97514.975
5.Tristian Perez6.08.70014.700
6.Rok Klavora6.28.25014.450
7.Vitalijs Kardasovs6.08.32514.325
8.Jossimar Calvo5.67.85013.450

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Alex Naddour6.48.82515.225
2.Zoltán Kállai6.28.95015.150
3.Dmitrijs Trefilovs6.48.42514.825
4.Sašo Bertoncelj6.17.70013.800
5.Abdulla Azimov6.27.57513.775
6.Kristijan Vugrinski6.17.37513.475
7.Wang Bo5.37.62512.925
8.Leonardo Kusan4.96.85011.750

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.Arthur Zanetti6.79.00015.700
2.Alex Naddour6.48.90015.300
3.Markku Vahtila6.29.00015.200
4.Juan Raffo6.48.57514.975
5.Gustavo Simões6.18.85014.950
6.Regulo Carmona6.48.50014.900
7.Huang Yuguo6.48.27514.675
8.Javier Balboa6.28.35014.550
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Friday, 30 May 2014 15:16    PDF Print
Qualification Concludes at Anadia Challenger Cup
(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



Portugal's Ana Filipa Martins topped both women's events as qualification concluded at the 2014 Anadia World Challenge Cup. Pictured: Kevin Antoniotti (France) led a close qualification on parallel bars.

Portugal's own Ana Filipa Martins topped both women's events as qualification concluded at the 2014 Anadia World Challenge Cup.

The competition roster included more than 100 gymnasts from 24 countries around the world, including Brazil, China, and the United States.

Martins qualified first for both balance beam and floor exercise finals, which will take place Sunday.

Uzbekistan's Yelena Rega qualified second to the beam final ahead of Venezuelan star Jessica López, who was the top qualifier on uneven bars.

On floor exercise, Uzbekistan's Asal Saparbaeva took second ahead of Austria's Elisa Hämmerle.

China's Wang Haoran topped the men's vault qualification of Audrys Nin (Dominican Republic) and Eddie Penev (U.S.). On Thursday, Penev was the top qualifier to Saturday's floor exercise final.

On parallel bars, France's Kévin Antoniotti was the top gymnast in a tight final. He scored 15.200 to qualify first over former world champion Mitja Petkovšekof Slovenia (15.150) and U.S. Olympian Sam Mikulak (15.100).

Mikulak qualified second on high bar behind Croatia's Marijo Možnik. Argentina's Nicolas Cordoba qualified in third.

Competition continues Saturday with the first day of finals.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Anadia World Challenge Cup
May 30, Anadia, Portugal

Balance Beam QualificationDENDScore
1. Ana Filipa Martins 5.5 8.200 13.700
2. Yelena Rega 4.8 8.400 13.200
3. Jessica López 5.9 7.250 13.150
4. Elisa Hämmerle 5.4 7.400 12.800
5. Teja Belak 5.0 7.700 12.700
6. Asal Saparbaeva 4.6 7.800 0.1 12.300
7. Diana Abrantes 4.8 7.150 11.950
8. Martina Castro 5.1 6.800 11.900
9. Boglárka Toth 4.2 7.500 11.700
10. Simona Castro 4.9 6.700 11.600
11. Adela Šajn 4.1 7.500 0.1 11.500
12. Jasmin Mader 4.5 6.250 10.750
13. Shaden Wohdan 4.0 5.450 9.450

Women's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1. Ana Filipa Martins 5.0 8.250 13.250
2. Asal Saparbaeva 5.0 7.900 12.900
3. Elisa Hämmerle 4.8 7.850 0.2 12.450
4. Jasmin Mader 4.9 7.500 12.400
5. Yelena Rega 4.3 7.950 12.250
6. Zoi Lima 4.4 7.800 12.200
7. Sabiene Gosa 4.4 7.450 11.850
8. Barbara Achondo 4.9 6.850 0.1 11.650
9. Boglárka Toth 4.5 6.900 0.1 11.300
10. Shaden Wohdan 3.3 6.800 10.100

Men's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1. Wang Haoran 6.0 9.150 15.150 15.175
6.0 9.200 15.200
2. Audrys Nin 6.0 9.150 15.150 14.925
5.6 9.200 0.1 14.700
3. Eddie Penev 5.8 9.100 14.900 14.875
5.6 9.250 14.850
4. Kevin Dupuis 5.6 9.100 14.700 14.825
5.6 9.350 14.950
5. Sam Mikulak 5.6 9.150 14.750 14.550
5.2 9.150 14.350
6. Qu Ruiyang 6.0 8.100 14.100 14.375
6.0 8.750 0.1 14.650
7. Tomas González 6.0 9.000 15.000 14.275
5.6 8.050 0.1 13.550
8. Salokhiddin Mirzaev 5.6 8.800 14.400 14.175
4.8 9.150 13.950
9. Javier Balboa 5.2 9.000 14.200 14.125
5.2 8.850 14.050
10. Tristian Pérez 5.6 9.200 14.800 14.050
4.4 8.900 13.300
11. Heikki Saarenketo 5.2 8.900 0.1 14.000 13.975
5.2 8.750 13.950
12. Vitalijs Kardasovs 5.6 7.850 13.450 13.800
5.2 8.950 14.150
13. Ivan Bykov 5.2 8.900 14.100 13.675
5.6 7.950 0.3 13.250
14. Julian Pérez 5.2 8.900 14.100 13.675
4.4 8.850 13.250
15. Luís Araújo 5.6 8.650 0.3 13.950 13.650
5.2 8.150 13.350
16. Mauro Martinez 5.6 7.850 0.1 13.350 13.525
5.2 8.600 0.1 13.700
17. Daniel Gómez 5.2 8.950 14.150 13.400
5.2 7.750 0.3 12.650
18. Lukas Dauser 5.6 8.000 0.1 13.500 13.400
4.4 8.900 13.300
19. Adam Babos 4.4 9.050 13.450 13.000
3.6 8.950 12.550
20. Sergio Ramos 5.2 8.800 0.1 13.900 12.850
2.8 9.000 11.800
21. Federico Molinari 4.4 8.900 13.300 6.650
0.000 0.000

Parallel Bars QualificationDENDScore
1. Kévin Antoniotti 6.4 8.800 15.200
2. Mitja Petkovšek 6.0 9.150 15.150
3. Sam Mikulak 6.4 8.700 15.100
4. Tomas González 6.0 8.850 14.850
5. Lukas Dauser 6.4 8.450 14.850
6. Osvaldo Martinez 5.7 9.000 14.700
7. Alen Dimic 5.9 8.750 14.650
8. Daniel Gomez 5.8 8.300 14.100
9. Jossimar Calvo 6.1 8.000 14.100
10. Federico Molinari 5.6 8.450 14.050
11. Jose Luis Fuentes 5.9 8.150 14.050
12. Philipp Herder 6.2 7.800 14.000
13. Adam Babos 5.2 8.650 13.850
14. Simão Almeida 5.4 8.400 13.800
15. Huang Yuguo 6.1 7.700 13.800
16. Mathias Decker 5.2 8.400 13.600
17. Javier Balboa 6.2 7.400 13.600
18. Francisco Barreto 5.9 7.650 13.550
19. Oskar Kirmes 5.2 8.250 13.450
20. Javier Cervantes 5.2 8.000 13.200
21. Julian Pérez 5.4 7.450 12.850
22. Kevin Dupuis 6.1 6.450 12.550
23. Eduard Shaulov 5.7 6.650 12.350
24. Tristian Pérez 4.3 7.900 12.200
25. Audrys Nin Reyes 5.9 6.150 12.050
26. Borja Torregrosa 5.0 6.550 11.550
27. Rafael Morales 4.3 6.700 11.000
28. Bence Talas 5.7 5.300 11.000

High Bar QualificationDENDScore
1. Marijo Možnik 6.6 8.350 14.950
2. Sam Mikulak 6.6 8.300 14.900
3. Nicolas Cordoba 6.0 8.650 14.650
4. Francisco Barreto 6.2 8.350 14.550
5. Bence Talas 6.6 7.900 14.500
6. Zhang Chenglong 6.9 7.550 14.450
7. Kevin Antoniotti 6.2 8.050 14.250
8. Dmitrijs Trefilovs 5.5 8.550 14.050
9. Waldemar Eichorn 6.2 7.800 14.000
10. Eddie Penev 5.5 8.350 13.850
11. Borja Torregrosa 5.3 8.450 13.750
12. Adrian Prieto 5.2 8.450 13.650
13. Alen Dimic 5.8 7.650 13.450
14. Osvaldo Martinez 5.7 7.650 13.350
15. Jossimar Calvo 6.3 7.050 13.350
16. Tiago Bessa 5.5 7.800 13.300
17. Daniel Gómez 5.1 8.100 13.200
18. Javier Cervantes 5.1 8.100 13.200
19. Oskar Kirmes 5.5 7.650 13.150
20. José Luis Fuentes 5.0 7.400 12.400
21. Adam Babos 3.3 9.000 12.300
22. Francisco Fragoso 4.8 7.450 12.250
23. Audrys Nin 4.5 7.200 11.700
24. Juho Kanerva 4.1 7.550 11.650
25. Luis Rivera 5.1 6.250 11.350
26. Alexander Rodriguez 4.8 6.250 11.050
 


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