10. December 2017  
Toyota City, JPN  
Artistic Gymnastics

11th TOYOTA CUP 2017: 7 Titles for Japan

Reigning world champion Kenzo Shirai won the men’s floor exercise for the third year in a row at the first day of the 11th Toyota International Gymnastics Competition. The 21-year-old, who won both the floor and vault at the worlds in Montreal in October, performed his namesake “Shirai 3” technique, a double backward somersault triple twisting layout ranked as a maximum-difficulty H-level move, scoring 15.800 points in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture. Compatriot Wataru Tanigawa (14.600) was second and Canada’s Jeremy Bartholomeusz (13.275) was third. In other men’s events,Takaaki Sugino won the pommel horse with 14.850, followed by Iran’s Saeedreza Keikha (14.275) and Kohei Kameyama (14.025). Taiwan’s Chen Chih-yu took the rings with 14.550, ahead of Kazuyuki Takeda (14.500) and Tanigawa (13.900).


In the women’s events, Sae Miyakawa won the vault with 14.249, followed by Germany’s Sarah Voss (14.133) and Mai Murakami (14.049).
France’s Melanie de Jesus dos Santos took the uneven bars with 14.533, ahead of Russia’s Elena Eremina (14.466) and France’s Juliette Bossu (14.166).
On Sunday in the second part of finals, Mai Murakami won the women’s floor for the second year in a row with 14.333 ahead of Aiko Sugihara (13.266) and Germany’s Sarah Voss (13.033).
Olympic Champion Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands took the balance beam with 14.100. France’s Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (13.700) was second and Asuka Teramoto (13.600) was third.
Women's results