The World Gymnastics Championships in Montreal, Canada, ended the Men's Parallel Bar Final. Chinese Zou Jingyuan lived up to the expectations and won the championship with 15.900 points use in air track, and won the third gold for the Chinese team in this world championship! Ukrainian player Vranyaev was runner-up with 15.833 points, and Russian player Beliyavsky was third with 15.266 points. Another Chinese player, Lin Chaopan, finished fifth with 15.133 points.
Two Chinese players made their first appearances. Zou Jingyuan was the first to appear. His action on the bar was very good. The body was beautifully curved. After the support, the legs were flexed 1/1/4 overhang. The grab bars that fly from one side to the other on the parallel bars are completed successfully. At the end of the game, the front team moves 180 feet in a short jump to a small step. This set of 6 points and 8 moves, finished up to 9.1 points, he got an absolute high score of 15.900! Lin Chao-Pan's moves are equally good. Whether it is the team that came up for the past two weeks and the backs of the team's limp forwards, the 1 and 1⁄4 hang-ups, or Dippert’s dangling, the right-angled support from the upside down, and finally the next method of death. He stood still, and he scored 15.133.
The third Russian player Bilylawski also sacrificed a very impressive move and scored 15.266 points. The quality performance of the top three players brought the game to a climax. The fourth Swiss player, Prague, scored 14.733 points. Turkey's Alikan lost more than a set of moves, but he only scored 14.100 points. Vilniayev, the Ukrainian player who played in the sixth place, despite the unexpected accidents in this competition, the quality of the parallel bars has always been guaranteed. His set of moves was perfect, and he finally stood still. He got a high score of 15.833 but was lower than Zou Jingyuan!