Gadirova chose British gold as the gymnastic WC ended

The Briton won ahead of Jordan Chiles of the US, while Brazilian all-around winner Rebeca Andrade shared bronze with American Jade Carey.

– When I focus on dancing, I forget about the audience and all the hard jumps. It makes me feel alive, said the gold medalist.

– I love performing, and stand-alone is my favorite.

The first to congratulate were Jennifer Gadirova’s twins, who came seventh in the final.

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Hazuki Watanabe won the beam ahead of Ellie Black from Canada and her Japanese teammate Shoko Miyata. It was very evenly matched among the medalists.

Zou Jingyuan from China set WC’s best record with 16,166 bars. That gave him excellent WC gold, with Germany’s Lukas Dauser in silver. Bronze awarded to Carlos Yulo from the Philippines.

Yulo also retrieved the silver in the vault, where he had to see himself beaten by Armenia’s Artur Davtyan. Bronze went to Igor Radivilov from Ukraine.


Radivilov said the Ukrainian team had to train during the day at his home in Kyiv because of the erratic electrical situation during the Russian hostilities.

– Ukrainian gymnasts will always keep a low profile. Everyone in the world knows what happened and what difficulties we are facing, but we are doing everything we can to ensure that the Ukrainian flag flies high, said Radivilov.

Brody Malone wins the pole vault. It was the first American win in apparatus since Kurt Thomas won in 1979. The 22-year-old Malone won ahead of multi-match champion Daiki Hashimoto of Japan and Brazilian Arthur Mariano.

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