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Gymnastics Men's personal synthesis 18-year-old Hashimoto wins first win World Cup representative

2019-11-08T14:12:39.057Z

An 18-year-old who won a bronze medal at a world championship group where a top class athlete of gymnastics men participated and a personal competition was held.



Gymnastics Men's Personal Comprehensive 18-year-old Hashimoto wins first win World Cup representative November 8th 23:08

An 18-year-old Daiki Hashimoto, who won a bronze medal at the World Championships Group, won the first victory.

The “Individual Comprehensive Super Final” held in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, has been held since last year with the aim of raising the level of individual male players.

This year, 12 top players from Japan such as Hashimoto and Kazuma Kaki, who were members of the bronze medal of the World Championship last month, will participate, and the top two will be selected as representatives of next year's World Cup.

Hashimoto scored 14.733, the top of this event, with a beautiful performance that extended to the end of his limbs with the second "Anma", but the landing of the fourth "special horse" was disturbed and increased the score. did not.

Hashimoto, who received 5th place for the last event, “Steel Bar”, changed to a configuration that continuously incorporates hands-off techniques such as “Tokachev” in order to win the reverse.
Hashimoto marked all this skill, such as Cassina with G skill level, without any major mistakes, and marked 14.833 at the top of this event.

Hashimoto won the first victory with a score of more than 86 points per person, totaling 86.031 for the sixth kind.

Hashimoto and 2nd-placed Sakai have been selected as representatives of the World Cup for the four individual competitions by April next year.

The world championship player Tanigawa Ko was ranked 7th, and Tanikawa Sho was ranked 11th, with a lack of detail, such as a mistake that made two falls on Anma.

Source: nhk

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