29. July 2021
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

After Simone BILES surprisingly decided not to start in the women's all-around final, today the only 18-year-old Sunisa LEE (USA) continued the incredible gold series in the women's Olympic all-around competition and, since 2004, has been the 5th USA gymnast to win the 5th consecutive Olympic gold medal! With 57.433 points, she improved on the preliminary fight and defeated the Brazilian Rebeca ANDRADE (57.298), who won the first Olympic medal in this discipline for her...

28. July 2021
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

On Wednesday (July 28th) the 19-year-old Japanese Daiki HASHIMOTO took over the throne of the Olympic gymnastics "King Kohei" in the all-around competition from Kohei UCHIMURA. With a score of  88.531 points he won gold ahead of the Chinese former world champion from 2017, XIAO, Ruteng (88.065) and ahead of the current world champion Nikita NAGORNYY (ROC; 88.031)!
* The first decision was made in the men's team final on Monday, after a breathtaking medal battle...

28. July 2021
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

One day after her surprising termination of her competition in the team final, Simone BILES (USA) today also announced her withdrawal from the individual all-around final on Thursday tomorrow.
"It's crap when you have to fight the problems in your own head," said the 24-year-old four-time Olympic champion, explaining her mental problems.
In the all-around final she will to be replaced
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24. July 2021
Tokyo, JPN
Artistic Gymnastics

TOKYO 2020 OLYMPIC GAMES


196 gymnasts compete in Artistic Gymnastics, from July 24 up to August 03, at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo (JPN).
The numbers include nine Olympic gold medallists from Games reaching as far back as 1992, as well as five gymnasts, who have been crowned champions at the Youth Olympic Games.
The oldest in the competition, Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) and Marian...

10. July 2021
Italy
Artistic Gymnastics

The Italian Gymnastics Federation was the last to name its women’s Olympic team, announcing on Monday – the IOC’s deadline for finalizing team submissions – that Alice D’Amato, Asia D’Amato, Martina Maggio, and Giorgia Villa would be the four set to represent Italy in Tokyo, joining Vanessa Ferrari, who had previously won a nominative berth via the apparatus world cup series.

→ The Italian men finished 13th in qualifications at Worlds 2019 in Stuttgart, missing a team spot...

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