Gymnastics World Cup in Doha Results

FIG Gymnastics 2024 Doha World Cup Results and Olympic qualifiers

Gymnastics World Cup 2024 Doha Results: The FIG Gymnastics World Cup in Doha concluded with exciting results and Olympic qualifiers.

2024 Doha World Cup Medal Winners

EventGold MedalistSilver MedalistBronze Medalist
Women’s VaultKarla Navas (Panama)An Chang Ok (North Korea)Valentina Georgieva (Bulgaria)
Men’s Floor ExerciseMilad Karimi (Kazakhstan)Luke Whitehouse (Great Britain)Dmitry Patanin (Kazakhstan)
Uneven BarsKaylia Nemour (Algeria)Levi Ruivivar (Philippines)Alena Tsitavets (Belarus)
Pommel HorseAhmad Abu Al Soud (Jordan)Lee Chih-Kai (Chinese Taipei)Rhys McClenaghan (Ireland)
Gymnastics World Cup 2024 Doha Results

Women’s Vault

The FIG Gymnastics World Cup in Doha delivered a thrilling display of talent across various events, starting with the Women’s Vault. Karla Navas of Panama soared to victory, clinching the gold with an impressive average score of 13.850. She showcased remarkable precision and grace in her execution, securing her place atop the podium. An Chang Ok of North Korea and Valentina Georgieva of Bulgaria demonstrated exceptional skill to claim the silver and bronze medals, respectively, highlighting the global diversity of gymnastics talent.

Men’s Floor Exercise

In the Men’s Floor Exercise final, Milad Karimi of Kazakhstan captivated the audience with his dynamic routine, earning a gold medal with a score of 14.766. His flawless execution and artistic flair set him apart from the competition, solidifying his status as a standout performer. Luke Whitehouse of Great Britain and Dmitry Patanin, also from Kazakhstan, delivered commendable performances to secure the silver and bronze medals, showcasing the depth of talent in men’s gymnastics.

See also  Paris 2024:Top 5 Incredible Olympic Venues you may not know

Uneven Bars

The Uneven Bars final witnessed Kaylia Nemour of Algeria dazzle the judges and spectators alike with her impeccable routine, earning a gold medal with an impressive score of 15.366. Her flawless transitions and impeccable form showcased her mastery of the apparatus. Levi Ruivivar of the Philippines and Alena Tsitavets of Belarus demonstrated exceptional skill and precision to claim the silver and bronze medals, respectively, in a tightly contested competition.

Gymnastics World Cup 2024 Doha Results

Pommel Horse

Pommel Horse final, Ahmad Abu Al Soud of Jordan delivered a mesmerizing performance, earning a gold medal with a score of 15.500. His flawless execution and exceptional control on the apparatus secured him the top spot on the podium. Lee Chih-Kai of Chinese Taipei and Rhys McClenaghan of Ireland demonstrated remarkable skill and precision to claim the silver and bronze medals, respectively, highlighting the intense competition in men’s gymnastics. These exceptional performances at the FIG Gymnastics World Cup in Doha not only showcased the incredible talent of gymnasts from around the world but also served as a crucial qualifier for the Paris 2024 Olympics, where these athletes will undoubtedly continue to shine on the global stage.

See also  Paris 2024 Olympics 100 Days to Go

Still Rings

The FIG Gymnastics World Cup in Doha not only showcased the incredible talent of gymnasts from around the world but also served as a crucial qualifier for the Paris 2024 Olympics, where these athletes will undoubtedly continue to shine on the global stage.

Visit Olympics.fyi/shop for Paris 2024 Tickets Updates