judging Pommels

Difficult. But not impossible.

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Thanks Jeff.

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FISU Men’s apparatus finals

Floor
1. PROKOPEV Kirill RUS 14.800
2. KIM Hansol KOR 14.700
3. TANIGAWA Wataru JPN 14.658

Pommel
1. LEE Chih-Kai Chinese Taipei 15.300
2. VERNIAIEV Oleg UKR 15.033
3. HASEGAWA Tomomasa JPN 14.591

In a controversial ranking, the home town hero defeats Oleg with this interesting routine.

Rings
1. TOVMASYAN Artur ARM 15.025
2. COLAK Ibrahim TUR 14.958
3. VERNIAIEV Oleg UKR 14.800

Vault
1. NIN REYES Audrys DOM 14.783
2. VERNIAIEV Oleg UKR 14.733
3. MUNTEAN Andrei-Vasile ROM 14.600

P Bars
1. NONOMURA Shogo JPN 15.600
2. PAKHNIUK Petro UKR 15.500
3. TANIGAWA Wataru JPN 15.200

H Bar
1. AUGIS Axel Louis FRA 14.166
2. POLIASHOV Vladislav RUS 14.100
3. TANIGAWA Wataru JPN 13.866

full results

Oleg injured his coccyx in prelims and wasn’t sure he’d be able to finish the meet.

Men’s Pan Am Finals – day 1

Floor
Jorge Vega (GUA) 14.133
Andrés Martinez (COL) 13.767
Tomás Gonzalez (CHI) 13.567

Gonzalez was the favourite but had a fall leaving the Gold for my man Jorge. Congratulations.

Pommel
Zachary Clay (CAN) 14.067
Caio Souza (BRA) 13.800
Erick Varga (COL) 13.500

Rings
Federico Molinari (ARG) 14.433
Caio Souza (BRA) 14.333
Kristopher Bohorquez (COL) 13.900

full results

Canadian Men invited to Worlds Camp

Via Gymnastics Canada.

Thierry Pellerin is the current Canadian Pommel Champ — 14.700 in the Final. He’s got a very good shot at competing Worlds Montreal.

The National Coach remarked that Pommels is Canada’s best apparatus right now. That’s a first all time. 🙂