After top-four finishes on two apparatuses in the 2022 World Cup series overall rankings, Slovenian gymnast Lucija Hribar is committed to widening her target to the all-around finals at the European Championships and World Championships later this year.
History Made As Men’s European Championship Concludes
Sunday, December 13, 2020
In the final day of the Men’s European Championship in Mersin, Turkey history was made, as five different countries were golden in the individual event finals.
On floor exercise Israeli Artem Dolgopyat captured his first ever-European title having finished second in 2018 and 2019. Matvei Petrov made history for Albania by winning the title on pommel horse with a 14.566/6.0. Turkey recorded their first ever-European title as reigning rings world champion Ibrahim Colak took the title on the event with a 15.0/6.0.
Igor Radivilov (UKR) won his first European vault title with a powerful Ri II (piked Dragulescu) and a Tsukahara double pike. Romanian veteran Marian Dragulescu, who turns 40 next week, managed to hit both of his vaults and placed fourth on the event. Ferhat Arican earned the second gold medal for the host country by winning the parallel bars title with a convincing 15.1/6.6. And Robert Tvorogal from Lithuania captured the first European title for his country with a 14.8/6.4 on high bar.
In the junior’s competition Ukraine continued to dominate the event by collecting eight medals in the final day (three gold, four silver and one bronze). Russia and the majority of the western European countries were not present at the event due to the ongoing global pandemic. The Women’s European Championships begin December 17th, and will be held in the same place under the same format.
1.Artem Dolgopyat (ISR) 15.000/6.
2.Aurel Benovic (CRO) 14.600/6.3
3.Yahor Sharamkou (BLR) 14.533/6.3
1.Matvei Petrov (ALB) 14.566/6.0
2.Filip Ude (CRO) 14.533/5.6
3.Ferhat Arican (TUR) 14.433/5.8
1.Ibrahim Colak (TUR) 15.000/6.0
2.Vinzenz Hoeck (AUT) 14.800/6.1
3.Igor Radivilov (UKR) 14.766/6.0
1.Igor Radivilov (UKR) 14.733 (14.933/6.0 – 14.600/5.6)
2.Yahor Sharamkou (BLR) 14.700 (14.600/5.2 – 14.800/5.6)
3.Artem Dolgopyat (ISR) 14.483 (14.766/5.6 – 14.200/5.2)
1.Ferhat Arican (TUR) 15.100/6.6
2.Petro Pakhniuk (UKR) 14.766/6.2
3.Robert Tvorogal (LTU) 14.500/5.9
1.Robert Tvorogal (LTU) 14.800/6.4
2.Tin Srbic (CRO) 14.600/6.2
3.Alexander Myakinin (ISR) 14.200/5.9
1.Gytis Chasazyrovas (LTU) 13.733/5.0
2.Ivan Sevruk (UKR) 13.466/4.6
3.Botond Molnar (HUN) 13.400/4.9
1.Illia Kovtun (UKR) 14.233/5.5
2.Gytis Chasazyrovas (LTU) 13.366/4.7
3.Eyal Indig (ISR) 13.366/4.7
1.Illia Kovtun (UKR) 13.266/4.5
2.Volodymyr Kostiuk (UKR) 13.166/4.3
3.Bora Tarhan (TUR) 13.000/4.3
1.Gabriel Burtanete (ROM) 14.283 (14.266/95.2 – 14.300/5.2)
2.Illia Kovtun (UKR) 14.033 (14.066/5.2 – 14.000/4.8)
3.Bora Tarhan (TUR) 14.016 (14.000/5.2 – 14.033/5.2)
1.Illia Kovtun (UKR) 14.600/5.7
2.Mykyta Melnykov (UKR) 13.666/5.2
3.Mert Efe Kilicer (TUR) 13.266/4.5
1.Krisztian Balazs (HUN) 13.366/5.0
2.Mert Efe Kilicer (TUR) 12.933/4.1
3.Volodymyr Kostiuk (UKR) 12.900/4.4
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