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The gymnastics world championship held in Stuttgart, Germany, was scheduled for the boys ’qualifying on the 7th, and Japan ’s first 18-year-old Daiki Hashimoto appeared.

Gymnastics World Championship Men ’s Group 3rd in qualifying to the finals

The gymnastics world championship held in Stuttgart, Germany, had a boy ’s qualifying on the 7th, and Japan ’s first 18-year-old 18th year Daiki Hashimoto participated in the top performance of Japanese athletes. , Qualifying third place in the group, and advanced to the final on the 9th.

The qualifying is a group, individual synthesis, and qualifying for each event. In the group, four teams perform in six events, and the top three score points.

Japan, which was a group bronze medal at last year ’s tournament, was the first event “Anma”, the second high school student in history, and Hashimoto, who was selected as the world championship representative, showed a beautiful performance with his feet fully stretched. Three people made a good start with 14 points, such as marking the top 14.883.

Hashimoto decided the “Lopez”, which has a high degree of difficulty even for the third type of “jumping horse”, and decided “Cassina”, which is the G level of difficulty for the “bar”, and scored 14 points in the top of all Japanese players. And pulled Japan.

Japan marked a total of 258.026 and advanced to the final on the 9th in 3rd place in qualifying following Russia and China.

In the personal overall, Kazuma Tsuji, who won the 6th place at last year's tournament, showed stable performance through the 6th event, marked 85.731 and entered the 4th place, and proceeded to the final on the 11th.

Sho Tanikawa had a big mistake with "Jumping Horse" and finished in 40th place at 80.531 and did not proceed to the final.

By event, Hashimoto was 5th in “Anma”, 8th in “Steel Bar”, and Sakai was 8th in “Anma” and “Parallel Bar”.

Source: nhk

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