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2023 Junior World Championships | Occasion Finals Day Two Stay Weblog

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Welcome to the reside weblog for for the second day of occasion finals on the 2023 Junior World Championships, held in Antalya, Turkey!

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10:02 am. Sadly I’ve to depart and may’t stick round for prime bar, however I’ll add outcomes as soon as I’m in a position to!

10:00 am. Girls’s Ground Train Ultimate Standings

1. Giulia Perotti, Italy, 12.900
2. Hezly Rivera, United States, 12.833
3. Nakamura Haruka, Japan, 12.800
4. Abigail Martin, Nice Britain, 12.533
5. Jayla Hold, United States, 12.500
6. Victoriane Charron, Canada, 12.466
7. Hwang Seohyun, South Korea, 12.400
8. Jemima Taylor, Nice Britain, 11.600

9:56 am. Victoriane Charron CAN FX: Entrance tuck by way of to 2.5, good! Small hop to the aspect. Clear double tuck with a small hop. Swap to change half, couldn’t see the again leg so unsure if it was a hoop or not however it might have been. Double wolf flip. Double pike is a little bit low within the set however she will get it round with out a difficulty, step again. Nice routine!

9:52 am. Jayla Hold USA FX: Full-in with a hop/step again. Swap to change half had been very nice. Entrance full with a step ahead. A little bit wobbly within the wolf flip. Robust double tuck with a step again. 12.500 (4.7, 7.800)

9:48 am. Hwang Seohyun KOR FX: Double tuck, 1.5 to entrance full, small step. She’s simply sunshine and has the entire enviornment clapping alongside. Swap ring leap to change ring half, love that for her. Actually needed to struggle to get the wolf flip round and made a really foolish face. Popa. 2.5 with some ankle type and a step, however this was so enjoyable. Everybody within the crowd is so glad about this. 12.400 (4.7, 7.700)

9:44 am. Hezly Rivera USA FX: Double structure, some leg separation within the air and a lunge again, I couldn’t see the boundary/if she went out. Full-in is nice! Swap ring to change full. Double wolf flip. Entrance tuck by way of to double tuck with a hop again after which sort of a bobble after. Cut up ring leap. 2.5 with a step ahead. That would do it! 12.833 (5.1, 7.833, -0.1)

So she did go OOB. She did have touchdown points however I feel in addition they must artistry this routine up, this needs to be a prime routine on this subject, however in comparison with athletes like Taylor and Perotti it was a bit flat.

9:43 am. Contact ending up on the midway level.

9:39 am. Abi Martin GBR FX: Full-in with a small bounce. Step on the arabian double entrance. Hit her leap go after after which a double tuck with a small hop again. I imagine she was trying a entrance structure stepout by way of to the double pike at nationals however I’m glad she’s performed it protected with out that right here. Swap half into the nook earlier than a robust double tuck with a hop again. Touchdown points and so they’re in all probability hitting her on some dance parts as effectively however she is actually among the finest tumblers on this whole subject. 12.533 (4.9, 7.633)

9:34 am. Giulia Perotti ITA FX: Triple wolf flip at first. Double pike with a small bounce again. Little locate the double tuck. Y flip, change ring to separate ring leap, change half. Her choreo is incredible. Entrance tuck by way of to a caught double full. This was haunting, magical, gorgeous, each adjective. 12.900 (4.8, 8.100)

9:30 am. Nakamura Haruka JPN FX: Triple wolf flip is sweet. 2.5 to entrance tuck, not dangerous, simply has to heart it a bit higher. Double pike is robust. Wonderful punch out of the 1.5 to entrance full. Sort of stumbles the Memmel flip round. Double full with a hop again. Fabulous! 12.800 (5.1, 7.700)

9:27 am. Jemima Taylor GBR FX: Double pike is a superb begin. Love her sassy cute choreo in the beginning, she has so many nice moments. 1.5 to entrance full, sadly can’t get it round. Swap ring to change half. Lands the double tuck effectively. Disgrace about that center go, I didn’t have her as a medal contender however would’ve appreciated for her to have a success after her all-around closing errors. 11.600 (4.6, 7.000)

9:24 am. Warmups are underway for the primary half!

9:17 am. Ought to get to the WAG ground march-in shortly. I may need to depart after ground, I’ve to be someplace at 11 am and suppose I’m gonna should miss excessive bar, sadly! There are too many breaks, there’s no want for 5 equipment finals to go greater than three hours.

9:15 am. Parallel Bars Ultimate Standings

1. Angel Barajas, Colombia, 13.733
– Tsunogai Tomoharu, Japan, 13.733
3. Yahia Zakaria, Egypt, 13.700
4. Erik Baghdasaryan, Armenia, 13.633
– Tanida Masaharu, Japan, 13.633
6. Winston Powell, Nice Britain, 13.600
7. Qin Guohuan, China, 12.900
8. Yang Chunjie, China, 12.233

9:12 am. Yang Chunjie CHN PB: Brief on a pirouette at first that he wanted to appropriate for, after which finally ends up falling out of a pike and muscling the Tippelt a bit. That slip would be the largest deduction. Double tuck with a hop. 12.233 (4.5, 7.733)

9:09 am. Angel Barajas COL PB: Handstand at first was good, full pirouette out only a tiny ankle separation, needed to actually struggle a muscle up on a single rail transition and likewise was a bit iffy in handstand on a full pirouette after, he’s bought plenty of little (and a few medium) issues going fallacious all through however sticks a large double entrance half dismount. 13.733 (5.3, 8.433)

Weakest set within the bunch however the highest issue strikes him to first place in a RIDICULOUSLY shut closing. High six are all inside a tenth.

9:06 am. Yahia Zakaria EGY PB: Very nice pirouette work with some connections at first, Bhavsar traveled to the very finish, and the Tippelt was actually gradual and regular going to handstand. Clear double tuck with a child hop, ooh, I hope this medals! 13.700 (4.7, 9.000)

9:03 am. Tanida Masaharu JPN PB: A little bit of a wrestle attending to handstand in the beginning, and had a number of different small points after that in his handstand shapes. Bhavsar and the handstand out had been good. Tippelt was a bit muscled. Arched over on a half pirouette. Double pike with a hop ahead. 13.633 (5.1, 8.533)

That strikes him into second place on the reside scores, tied with Baghdasaryan who had a a lot increased E. Guess they’re not breaking ties on E rating right here?

9:00 am. Contact for the second half!

8:57 am. Qin Guohuan CHN PB: Had a number of moments that appeared a bit rushed out of pirouettes however different abilities had been robust. Sadly had a tough fall on the double pike dismount, his pike form was BRILLIANT however he perhaps overrotated a bit and ended up rolling to his again. 12.900 (4.8, 8.100)

8:54 am. Winston Powell GBR PB: Pike sit, clear press to handstand, gradual and regular, slight arch over on the kip solid after, Makuts had tiny type breaks, little adjustment within the subsequent handstand, one-arm pirouette to half pirouette, perhaps the tiniest bit brief, and a caught double tuck! He had a number of of the tiniest issues all through however is a fantastic p-bars employee total, that is just like the calmest routine I’ve ever seen. 13.600 (4.5, 9.100)

8:52 am. Tsunogai Tomoharu JPN PB: Starting was good, floated by way of a pirouette, had little hand changes in handstand earlier than the Bhavsar, perhaps arched barely within the Tippelt however not dangerous, and a double pike dismount with a step again. 13.733 (4.9, 8.833)

8:47 am. Erik Baghdasaryan ARM PB: Clear pike sit to press handstand, very fluid motion, a little bit brief on the following handstand, however strikes effectively into the Bhavsar, perhaps doesn’t maintain the handstand after lengthy sufficient. Tippelt is clear. Entrance pirouette out, then stable half pirouette. Double again dismount, fabulous! 13.633 (4.6, 9.033)

8:43 am. Contact warmups are underway!

8:41 am. NOW they’re marching out for p-bars. Let’s goooo.

8:36 am. Simply kidding apparently? There’s been a lull with nothing occurring for the reason that first ceremonies ended. I’ve to depart in 90 minutes so let’s get a move-on.

8:30 am. Athletes needs to be marching out for p-bars shortly!

8:20 am. Medal ceremonies for the primary two now.

8:15 am. Steadiness Beam Ultimate Standings

1. Yu Hanyue, China, 13.133
2. Alexia Vanoaga, Romania, 12.833
3. Cristella Brunetti-Burns, Canada, 12.600
4. Yamaguchi Sara, Japan, 12.400
5. Yang Ko-Wen, Taiwan, 11.733
6. Vanesa Masova, Czechia, 11.366
7. Marlene Gotthardt, Germany, 11.333
8. Giulia Perotti, Italy, 10.933

8:12 am. Giulia Perotti ITA BB: This leo seems to be so punk with the neon inexperienced lace and the black, hilarious, obsessed. Again roll up into her leap sequence after which a bhs bhs loso with a break on the hips and a fall. Nooooo, I actually wished her to medal right here. Off once more on the aspect somi. Hit the 1.5 dismount with a hop ahead.

8:06 am. Cristella Brunetti-Burns CAN BB: Candle mount. Clear double wolf flip. Aspect aerial loso loso, hips seemed off on the finish which turned her higher physique round however her core management to drag them again to heart was unimaginable. Leap sequence to Korbut was good. Swap leap to sissone, a little bit low, little bobble. 1.5 dismount with a small step ahead. This was nice! Actually lengthy anticipate her rating. 12.600 (5.2, 7.400)

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8:02 am. Yang Ko-Wen TWN BB: Aspect aerial to again handspring, wobbles out of it and finally ends up coming off. Swap leap to separate soar to straddle soar, barely brief on all three however hit effectively. Cut up soar full, that was good. Clear entrance aerial. Easy however enjoyable dismount, cartwheel to tucked barani, hop ahead. 11.733 (4.7, 7.033)

8:00 am. Alexia Vanoaga ROU BB: I stepped away for 30 seconds and missed principally this entire routine? Primarily based on the replay she had a incredible flight sequence, a pleasant Korbut proper right into a again roll, good entrance aerial, and a double full with some leg type and a small hop. Very nice from what I did see! 12.833 (4.6, 8.233)

7:58 am. Contact for the second half now!

7:54 am. Vanesa Masova CZE BB: Hit the leap mount effectively. Oh my god, the bhs loso has a wild wobble and she or he fights for a stable 10 seconds to put it aside, that was incredible. Swap to change half, good. Cut up soar to wolf soar. NOOOOO, finally ends up too far again on the aspect somi and falls there, I’m unhappy. Double wolf flip was high quality. Entrance structure full with a lunge ahead. 11.366 (5.0, 6.366)

7:51 am. Marlene Gotthardt GER BB: Swap leap mount, iffy touchdown along with her leg developing. Double wolf flip is a little bit shaky. Additionally some nerves on the aspect aerial which has a bobble. As does the bhs loso, however she will’t maintain this one, finally ends up falling sadly. The remainder goes effectively,  hits the dismount, a entrance structure full with a little bit hop, however that was a bummer after what she did in {qualifications} and the all-around! 11.333 (4.8, 6.533)

7:47 am. Yu Hanyue CHN BB: Textbook structure stepout mount. Beautiful roundoff structure. Cross break up soar. Aspect aerial, slight adjustment however so exact in any other case. Swap leap to straddle soar to again handspring, good. Aspect somi, little wobble however corrects rapidly. Double wolf flip, little verify on the finish however corrects once more. Double tuck, lunge again. WELL! 13.133 (5.4, 7.733)

7:43 am. Yamaguchi Sara JPN BB: Swap leap mount, beautiful, to separate ring leap to Korbut, very good sequence. PERFECT triple wolf flip. However then she is a little bit off directionally on the entrance aerial and has a fall. Hit a clear soar sequence, and a bhs loso with a slight hip verify. Swap ring, break on the hips. Aspect somi is sweet. Double full, deep touchdown with a little bit of a stumble ahead. 12.400 (5.6, 6.800)

7:40 am. Transferring rapidly into the ladies’s beam closing!

7:38 am. Males’s Vault Ultimate Standings

1. Tommaso Brugnami, Italy, 14.133
2. Victor Canuel, Canada, 14.016
3. Szilard Zavory, Hungary, 13.883
4. Maxim Kovalenko, Germany, 13.833
5. Alperen Ege Avci, Turkey, 13.583
6. Daniel Trifonov, Bulgaria, 13.166
7. Jakob Kvamsøe, Norway, 13.150
8. Kamiyama Haruto, Japan, 12.049

7:34 am. Victor Canuel CAN VT: Enormous Yurchenko double, SUPER clear within the air, only a hop again on the touchdown, however this was VERY good. 14.033 (4.8, 9.233)

Goes for a kaz full and it’s FANTASTIC!!!! Virtually sticks it, simply takes a child step. WOW! 14.000 (4.8, 9.200)

14.016 common, and he’ll get the silver medal!

7:30 am. Tommaso Brugnami ITA VT: Yurchenko 2.5, large and SO clear. Goes off to the aspect so he lands with a foot OOB after which takes a little bit hop ahead however that touchdown was nearly good. Like, it COULD have been good and doubtless is ideal a number of the time. 14.400 (5.2, 9.300, -0.1)

Second vault is a stunning kaz full, loses some leg type within the air on that one when he approaches the touchdown and takes a giant hop again but additionally very robust. 13.866 (4.8, 9.066)

14.133 common strikes him to first!

7:26 am. Daniel Trifonov BUL VT: NOOOOOOOO, goes for a kaz full, it’s GORGEOUS, simply gorgeous, however he finally ends up a bit brief and he can’t cease himself placing his arms down when he propels ahead on the touchdown. Devastating. 12.600 (4.8, 7.900, -0.1)

Completely MASSIVE Yurchenko double. And in addition beautiful within the air. Large lunge again. 13.733 (4.8, 9.033, -0.1)

13.166 common

7:22 am. Jakob Kvamsøe NOR VT: Large kaz full, a bit brief on the touchdown and he takes a step again when he pulls his chest up but it surely was respectable within the air. 13.500 (4.8, 8.700)

Second vault is only a kaz, principally actually clear and he nearly flairs it out, takes a giant step again. 12.800 (4.0, 8.800)

13.150 common

7:19 am. Contact warm-up for the second half!

7:15 am. Alperen Ege Avci TUR VT: I didn’t see his entry, kaz full perhaps? However it seemed like a superb vault, only a hop ahead, not dangerous! Type within the air was fairly stable. 13.900 (4.8, 9.100)

Ooh, lovely second vault, only a easy kaz but it surely’s GORGEOUS. Simply lacks a little bit of energy. 13.266 (4.0, 9.266)

13.583 common

7:11 am. Szilard Zavory HUN VT: Kaz 1.5, and it’s fairly robust! Leg type on the pre-flight and he’s a little bit off-center, massive step ahead and OOB. 14.000 (5.2, 8.900, -0.1)

Very robust on the Yurchenko double as effectively. Once more strikes a bit to the aspect within the air and finally ends up hopping again but it surely’s fairly good. 13.766 (4.8, 8.966)

13.883 common

7:06 am. Maxim Kovalenko GER VT: Yurchenko double, some mushy type in his knees at occasions however landed effectively! 13.966 (4.8, 9.166)

Second vault is a kaz full, additionally some type all through but additionally landed effectively! 13.700 (4.8, 8.900)

13.833 common

7:01 am. Kamiyama Haruto JPN VT: Handspring randi, a little bit deep with a knee bend down but it surely’s not dangerous, and it’s a large vault! 14.333 (5.6, 8.733)

Goes for a handspring double entrance for the second vault however doesn’t get the block at ALL and isn’t near getting it round, sadly. Solely will get half of the second flip there earlier than sitting it. He was speculated to do a Dragulescu, within the replay his block is SCARY. Oh, he seems to be so unhappy. 9.766 (2.4, 7.366)

12.049 common

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