The gymnastics World Cup races in Birmingham, England, have all ended. This is a men's and women's all-around match. In the end, Japan's Nono Nomura won the men's all-around championship with 84.797 points, and Chinese player Sun Wei won the fifth place with 81.999 points. Russia's Melnikova won the women's all-around championship with 54.465 points. Chinese player Liu Jieyu won the seventh place with 48.832 points.
Yesterday, the men's team was the first team to play. The recent Chinese player Sun Wei, who played continuously in international competitions, feels normal on the spot at Birmingham. Although he jumped to the top with 15.000 points, he once ranked fourth in the rankings. The three are not far away. However, Sun Wei’s other projects are not ranked high, with the horizontal bar and the pommel horse ranking fourth, the rings fifth, the floor exercise sixth, and the parallel bars only ranked seventh. In the end, Sun Wei finished fifth with 81.999 points.
Russian player Nagorny was leading all the way, but when he made a relatively simple hurdle grab when the last horizontal bar was contested, Japan's Nonomura Suga reversal succeeded, winning the championship with 84.797 points, Nagor Nepal was runner-up with 84.731 points. British player James Hall scored third with 83.531 points.
Today's women's team competition, the Chinese team sent the Eighth National Women's all-around player - Liu Jieyu from Hubei. In this competition, she played in general. The best project was floor exercise. Liu Jieyu ranked fifth with 12.500 points, balance beam ranked sixth, uneven bars and vault horses ranked seventh, and Liu Jieyu finished seventh with 48.832 points.
Russian player Angelina Melnikova, who won 16th in the world championship all-around competition last year, is, after all, a 16-year Russian national champion women's all-around champion and capable in the female athletes of the Birmingham World Cup. The most prominent. Melnikova took first place in balance beam and floor exercise, second in the vault, third in uneven bars, and finally won the championship with 54.465 points. This score was placed fifth in last year's World Championships. The US team sent Magnusetta Frazier, the fifth all-rounder in the 17-nation National Championship this time. She finished runner-up with 53.932 points and British player Kinsella won third with 53.099 points.