Results announced for DAY 1 FIG World Cup in Artistic Gymnastics in Baku
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 14
By Jani Babayeva - Trend:
Finalists have been announced among male gymnasts, who performed in floor exercises, exercises on parallel bars and rings and among female gymnasts, who performed in vault exercises and exercises on uneven bars at the National Gymnastics Arena as part of the FIG Artistic Gymnastics Individual Apparatus World Cup in Baku, Trend reports.
The following gymnasts reached finals in floor exercises: Milad Karimi (14,433, Kazakhstan), Artem Dolgopyat (14,400, Israel), Benjamin Gischard (14,333, Switzerland), Emil Soravuo (14,133, Finland), Pablo Braegger (14,133, Switzerland), Christopher Remkes (14.100, Australia), Murad Agarzayev (14,066, Azerbaijan), Rayderley Zapata (14,033, Spain).
This is while Vladislav Poliashov (14,866, Russia), Oliver Hegi (14,833, Switzerland), Ferhat Arican (14,666, Turkey), Dinh Phuong Thanh (14,366, Vietnam), Matteo Levantesi (14,300, Italy), You Hao (14,300, China), Nikolaos Iliopoulos (14,200m Greece), Andey Likhovitskiy (14,200, Belarus) advanced to finals in exercises with parallel bars.
Courtney Tulloch (14,800, Great Britain), You Hao (14,733, China), Igor Radivilov (14,676, Ukraine), Ibrahim Colak (14,666, Turkey), Ait Said Samir (14,600, France), Marco Lodadio (14,600, Italy), Denis Abliazin (14,566, Russia), Sikita Simonov (14,433, Azerbaijan) reached finals in exercises with rings.
Female gymnasts (vault): Jade Carey (14,700,USA), Alexa Moreno (14,533, Mexico), Dipa Karmakar (14,299, India), Oksana Chusovitina (14,166, Uzbekistan), Coline Devillard (14,149, France), Maris Paseka (14,116, Russia), Marina Nekrasova (13,966, Azerbaijan), Tjasa Kysselef (13,700, Slovenia).
Female gymnasts (uneven bars): Anastasiia Iliankova (14,466, Russia), Jonna Adlerteg (14,330, Sweden), Lyu Jiaqi (14,066, China), Diana Varinska (13,933, Ukraine), Georgia-Rose Brown (13,633, Australia), Anastasiia Bachymska (13,033, Ukraine), Martina Rizzelli (12,966, Italy), Argyro Afrati (12,466, Greece).