FISU Men’s Finals

FLOOR
1. Ryohei Kato, Japan, 15.450 (6.70/8.75)
2. Fabian Hambuchen, Germany, 15.275 (6.30/8.975)
3. David Belyavskiy, Russia, 15.250 (6.50/8.750)

POMMEL
1. Nikolai Kuksenkov, Russia, 15.050 (6.50/8.550)
2. Daniel Corral Barron, Mexico, 14.975 (6.40/8.55)
3. Oleg Stepko, Ukraine, 14.850 (6.40/8.450)

RINGS
1. Arthur Zanetti Nabarrete, Brazil, 15.875 (6.80/9.075)
2. Daneis Ablyazin, Russia, 15.550 (6.70/8.850)
3. Igor Radilov, Ukraine, 15.525 (6.70/8.825)

VAULT
1. Hak Seon Yang, South Korea, VT1: 15.975 (6.40/9.575), VT2: 15.600 (6.0/9.60) Average: 15.787
2. Denis Ablyazin, Russia
3. Igor Radivilov, Ukraine

P BARS
1 GARIBOV Emin RUS 6,600 9,275 0,00 15,875
2 BELYAVSKIY David RUS 6,700 8,925 0,00 15,625
3 VERNIAIEV Oleg UKR 6,900 8,675 0,00 15,575

H BAR
1 GARIBOV Emin RUS 7,300 8,725 0,00 16,025
2 TANAKA Yusuke JPN 6,900 8,650 0,00 15,550
3 KATO Ryohei JPN 6,400 8,875 0,00 15,275

Congratulations to host Russia. Both the competition and the performance of your athletes were outstanding.

Click PLAY or watch a nicely done Russian FAN tribute video edit on YouTube.

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