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The gymnastics world championship held in Germany will be held on the 8th with a women's group final, and the United States will be contested by Simon Abeil ’s ace…

Gymnastics World Championship Women's Group 5th consecutive victory in the US

The gymnastics world championship held in Germany was the final of a women's group on the 8th, and the United States achieved the fifth consecutive title in the history of the tournament with the best performance of Ace Simone Biles.

The gymnastics world championship held in Stuttgart, Germany, was held on the 8th day of the tournament on the 8th of the tournament.

The finals will be contested by the total of the scores of three people acting in each of the four events.

The top American in qualifying is the first event `` Horse Horse '', and Ace Biles, who has won 14 gold medals, which has been the most in the history of the tournament so far, decided to make a difficult jump from a powerful step almost completely 15.400 Three people showed overwhelming performances exceeding 45 points, such as marking high scores.

In the “Yuka”, the player decided on a big skill to turn three times in a squatting position on the “balance beam”, and in the “Yuka” qualifying for the first time in the international tournament, the “J” difficulty “twisting back two times and three times twisting” And marked a high score of 15.333.

The United States scored 172.330 in total for the fourth event with the success of Biles, and won the second place Russia with a difference of nearly 6 points, achieving the fifth consecutive victory in the tournament history.

The third place was Italy. Japan was ranked 11th in qualifying and won the right to participate in the Tokyo Olympics group next year, but missed the final for the first time in 12 years.

Source: nhk

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