Men’s Europeans Finals

A lot has been said about whether these championships should have happened given the global health crisis, and the question is debatable. The outcome, however, may prove important for gymnastics’ next chapters in many of the countries whose athletes turned up and won medals today. 

Imagine that in Tirana and Vilnius, young boys who watched Petrov’s and Tvorogal’s stand on the roof of Europe today will feel encouraged to give gymnastics a try. …



1.Artem Dolgopyat (ISR) 15.000/6.0

2.Aurel Benovic (CRO) 14.600/6.3

3.Yahor Sharamkou (BLR) 14.533/6.3

Pommel Horse

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)

Parallel Bars

1.Ferhat Arican (TUR) 15.100/6.6

2.Petro Pakhniuk (UKR) 14.766/6.2

3.Robert Tvorogal (LTU) 14.500/5.9

High Bar

1.Robert Tvorogal (LTU) 14.800/6.4

2.Tin Srbic (CRO) 14.600/6.2

3.Alexander Myakinin (ISR) 14.200/5.9

Click PLAY or watch high flying Tvorogal on Twitter. I love that Hecht half !

History Made As Men’s European Championship Concludes

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Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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