HE QOC President attends Artistic Gymnastic World Championships closing stages

DOHA, Curtains will come down on Artistic Gymnastics World Championship 2018 when both men and women end their campaign in the Apparatus finals at fifth levels in Doha on Saturday.

It is worth mentioning that Apparatus finals for both men and women started on Friday and will conclude on Friday. HE Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, the President of Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) and HE Sheikh Ahmed Al Fahad Al Sabah, the President of Olympic Council of Asia attended Thursday’s competitions.

After picking up the MAG All-around title on Thursday, Russian Federation’s Artur Dalaloyan won the floor title by displacing defending champion Kenzo Shirai (Japan).

Dalaloyan collected 14.900 points for his efforts while Shirai was very close (14.866).

Meanwhile, Philippines’ teenage gymnast Carlos Yulo made history when he won the first medal for his country in a World Championship.

China’s Xiao Ruoteng overcame Great Britain’s defending champion Max Whitlock in the tie-breaker to win the men’s pommel horse gold

Chinese Taipei’s Lee Chih-Kai, who collected 14.966 points, scripted history after he won the first-ever medal (bronze) for his country at the Worlds.

Olympic champion Simone Biles maintained his form and performance to pick up her third gold of the week when she won the individual vault title on Friday.

The American tallied 15.366 points, well ahead of second-placed Shallon Olsen (Canada), who finished on 14.516 while Mexico’s Alexa Moreno came third, with 43-year-old Oksana Chusovitina placed fourth.

Belgium’s Nina Derwael won her maiden gold medal in a World Championships when she won the women’s uneven bar final.

The win was a significant one as she stopped Simone Biles from winning her second gold of the evening after the American triumphed in the vault final.

Derwael collected 15.200 points which was much better than Biles’ (14.700) while Germany’s Elisabeth Seitz came third (14.600).

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

HE QOC President attends Artistic Gymnastic World Championships closing stages

DOHA, Curtains will come down on Artistic Gymnastics World Championship 2018 when both men and women end their campaign in the Apparatus finals at fifth levels in Doha on Saturday.

It is worth mentioning that Apparatus finals for both men and women started on Friday and will conclude on Friday. HE Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, the President of Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) and HE Sheikh Ahmed Al Fahad Al Sabah, the President of Olympic Council of Asia attended Thursday’s competitions.

After picking up the MAG All-around title on Thursday, Russian Federation’s Artur Dalaloyan won the floor title by displacing defending champion Kenzo Shirai (Japan).

Dalaloyan collected 14.900 points for his efforts while Shirai was very close (14.866).

Meanwhile, Philippines’ teenage gymnast Carlos Yulo made history when he won the first medal for his country in a World Championship.

China’s Xiao Ruoteng overcame Great Britain’s defending champion Max Whitlock in the tie-breaker to win the men’s pommel horse gold

Chinese Taipei’s Lee Chih-Kai, who collected 14.966 points, scripted history after he won the first-ever medal (bronze) for his country at the Worlds.

Olympic champion Simone Biles maintained his form and performance to pick up her third gold of the week when she won the individual vault title on Friday.

The American tallied 15.366 points, well ahead of second-placed Shallon Olsen (Canada), who finished on 14.516 while Mexico’s Alexa Moreno came third, with 43-year-old Oksana Chusovitina placed fourth.

Belgium’s Nina Derwael won her maiden gold medal in a World Championships when she won the women’s uneven bar final.

The win was a significant one as she stopped Simone Biles from winning her second gold of the evening after the American triumphed in the vault final.

Derwael collected 15.200 points which was much better than Biles’ (14.700) while Germany’s Elisabeth Seitz came third (14.600).

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee