2019 World Artistic Gymnastic Championships

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2019 World Artistic Gymnastic Championships

Championship winner Nagornyy wins gold for Russia in all-around at 22 years-old.

Championship winner Nagornyy wins gold for Russia in all-around at 22 years-old.

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Championship winner Nagornyy wins gold for Russia in all-around at 22 years-old.

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Championship winner Nagornyy wins gold for Russia in all-around at 22 years-old.

Jayleen Nunez, Staff Writer

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Floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault, parallel bars, horizontal bars. These are the six events male gymnasts compete in when they face off to win the gold.

This year, the World Artistic Gymnastic Championships were held October 4th through the 13th. The championship was held in Stuttgart, Germany at the Hanns Martin Schleyer- Halle. This is the third time the championship was held there. 288 men from 92 different federations competed

In the team events, Russia took the gold medal with a score of 261.726 points followed by China taking the silver medal with 260.729. Japan took the bronze medal with 258.159 points. This is the first time Russia has won the gold medal at this championship scone the collapse of the Soviet Union. Also, this is the first time Taiwan (a territory of China)  to make it to the top final three teams.

In the individual all-around events, Nikita Nagornyy, from Russia, took the gold medal with 88.722. His fellow team mate, Arthur Palaloyan, earning the silver medal with a score of 87.165. Coming in third place, Oleg Verniaiev, from Ukraine, scoring 86.973, earning the bronze medal. 

On the floor exercise, the overall winner was Carlos Yulo, from the Philippines. He came in with a very dynamic and highly difficult routine on the floor scoring 15.300. On the pommel horse, Max Whitlock, from Great Britain, took the gold medal with a score of 15.500. His legs never touched the apparatus while performing a nearly flawless routine.

On the still rings, Ibrahim Çolak, from Turkey, was the overall winner taking a gold medal with a score of 14.933. On the vault, Nikita Nagornyy, from Russia, took the gold medal with a score of 14.966. 

On the parallel bars, Joe Fraser, from Great Britain, won with a score of 15.000. He was the only one out of all of the men to score 15 or higher. On the horizontal bars, Arthur Mariano, from Brazil, took the gold medal with a score of 14.900. Many people watch the females compete, but the males are able to compete just as well as the females. Making their routines look just as clean as the females.