Worlds ’22 Apparatus Final 1

Vault

Bars

A thrilling Final. I’m glad I wasn’t a judge trying to rank the top 3 awesome routines.

Shout out for Eli Seitz finishing 4th at her 10th World Championships. Ellie Black finished 4th on Vault but she’s still catching up to Eli on number of Worlds. 😀

Floor 

Pommels

Podium with gymnasts from superpowers Ireland, Jordan and Armenia.

Harutyun is age-38.

Rings 

Everyone very happy for Adem.

Crowd went nuts for Courtney Tulloch, who’s great on social media, by the way.

My favourite routine was You Hao, but his landing was terrible this time. And that’s enough to drop anyone off the podium.

MAG Apparatus Finalists Worlds 2022

Unofficial

Floor

  1. Carlos Yulo PHI 15.266
  2. Doi Ryosuke JPN 14.766
  3. Milad Karimi KAZ 14.733
  4. Giarnni Regini-Moran GBR 14.533
  5. Zhang Boheng CHN 14.500
  6. Ryu Sunghyun KOR 14.466
  7. Hashimoto Daiki JPN 14.466
  8. Nicola Bartolini ITA 14.433

Reserves – Osberger, Benovic, H. Kim

Pommels

  1. Rhys McClenaghan IRL 15.233
  2. Stephen Nedoroscik USA 15.233
  3. Nariman Kurbanov KAZ 15.033
  4. Loran de Munck NED 14.833
  5. Harutyun Merdinyan ARM 14.7
  6. Doi Ryosuke JPN 14.466
  7. Filip Ude CRO 14.4
  8. Ahmad Abu Al Soud JOR 14.366

Reserves – Azimov, K. Tanigawa, Clay

Rings

  1. Courtney Tulloch GBR 14.666
  2. Zou Jingyuan CHN 14.666
    – Adem Asil TUR 14.666
  3. You Hao CHN 14.633
  4. Vahagn Davtyan ARM 14.566
  5. Kamoto Yuya JPN 14.500
  6. Artur Avetisyan ARM 14.466
  7. Donnell Whittenburg USA 14.333

Reserves – Pilakouris, Yulo, Hashimoto

Vault

  1. Artur Davtyan ARM 14.900
  2. Carlos Yulo PHI 14.849
  3. Gabriel Burtanete ROU 14.633
  4. Igor Radivilov UKR 14.566
  5. Caio Souza BRA 14.566
  6. Lee Junho KOR 14.450
  7. Tanigawa Wataru JPN 14.450
  8. Kim Hansol KOR 14.433

Reserves – Asil, Guimarães, Tulloch

P Bars

  1. Zou Jingyuan CHN 15.700
  2. Kamoto Yuya JPN 15.433
  3. Lukas Dauser GER 15.400
  4. Carlos Yulo PHI 15.300
  5. Ferhat Arican TUR 15.200
  6. Jossimar Calvo COL 15.166
  7. Joe Fraser GBR 15.066
  8. Giarnni Regini-Moran GBR 14.966

Reserves – Kovtun, K. Tanigawa, Zhang

H Bar

  1. Hashimoto Daiki JPN 15.100
  2. Sun Wei CHN 14.833
  3. Zhang Boheng CHN 14.733
  4. Ilias Georgiou CYP 14.466
  5. Brody Malone USA 14.433
  6. Kamoto Yuya JPN 14.400
  7. Arthur Mariano BRA 14.366
  8. Tyson Bull AUS 14.333

Reserves – Morgans, Souza, Tvorogal

ZOU Jingyuan on Rings

New element submitted for Worlds Liverpool.

And it looked legit in Podium training.

From inverted cross lower slowly to inverted hang and felge bwd. slowly to V cross (2 s.) – Element value: E

Details – Two original men’s elements submitted at Liverpool Gymnastics Worlds

Paris World Cup Finals 1

Vault
🥇 Jade Carey USA 14.375
🥈 Jordan Chiles USA 14.025
🥉 Coline Devillard FRA 13.850

Bars
🥇 Shilese Jones USA 14.700
🥈 Rebeca Andrade BRA 14.650
🥉 Lisa Vaelen BEL 14.100

Floor
🥇 Eamon Montgomery IRL 14.250
🥈 Tang Chia-Hung TWN 14.200
🥉 Benjamin Osberger FRA 14.200

Pommels
🥇 Rhys McClenaghan IRL 15.100
🥈 Nariman Kurbanov KAZ 14.450
🥉 Shiao Yu-Jan TWN 14.350

Rings
🥇 Adem Asil TUR 14.800
🥈 Vinzenz Höck AUT 14.700
🥉 Donnell Whittenburg USA 14.600

Paris World Cup finalists

Apparatus Finals at the most competitive WAG World Cup of all-time go Sunday, September 25th.

Top qualifiers:

Vault
Jade Carey (USA) – 14.350
Jordan Chiles (USA) – 13.950
Coline Devillard (FRA) – 13.825

Bars
Rebeca Andrade (BRA) – 14.600
Lisa Vaelen (BEL) – 13.900
Ellie Black (CAN) – 13.900

Beam
Shilese Jones (USA) – 13.450
Jade Carey (USA) – 13.400
Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA) – 13.250

Floor
Flavia Saraiva (BRA) – 13.800
Jordan Chiles (USA) – 13.500
Jennifer Gadirova (GBR) – 13.100

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Floor
Artem Dolgopyat (ISR) – 14.950
Tan Chia-Hung (TWN) – 14.250
Yuri Guimaraes (BRA) – 14.250

Pommels
Rhys McClenaghan (IRL) – 15.000
Tsumura Ryota (JPN) – 14.900
Shia Yu-Jan (TWN) – 14.850

Rings
Adem Asil (TUR) – 14.900
Vinzed Hock (AUT) – 14.700
Donnell Whittenburg (USA) – 14.300

Vault
Caio Souza (BRA) – 14.525
Yuri Guimaraes (BRA) – 14.400
Artem Dolgopyat (ISR) – 14.375

P Bars
Brody Malone (USA) – 14.500
Cameron-Lie Bernard (FRA) – 14.500
Mathias Philippe (FRA) – 14.450

H Bar
Marios Georgiou (CYP) – 14.450
Brody Malone (USA) – 14.400
Arthur Mariano (BRA) – 14.300

See lists of ALL apparatus finalists.

Lauren’s recap:

Qualifications at the Paris Challenge Cup wrapped up today with the U.S. women taking the top spots on vault and beam, while the Brazilians led on bars and floor, extending a new rivalry that kicked off when the Brazilian women upset the Americans in the team final at Pan As over the summer.

Brazil and the United States also had a lot of success in the MAG competition, with Brazil leading in the top two spots on vault, while the U.S. took the lead on p-bars, though it was mostly smaller-program specialists who led the rest of the competition, including Israel on floor, Ireland on pommels, Turkey on rings, and Cyprus on high bar. …

Brazilian, U.S. Women Lead Qualifications at Paris World Cup