Gymnastics All-Japan Team Championship Men's first championship of Central Sports Nov. 10 21:56
The All-Japan Group Championship, which is the best gymnastic group in Japan, was held for boys, and last month's “Central Sports”, where World Championship representative Kazuma Tsuji belongs, won the first victory.
The All-Japan Team Championship held in Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, was held for men on the 10th.
In the tournament, three teams will participate in each of the six events and compete for the total score.
Samurai, who contributed to the group bronze medal as the central player in Japan at the World Championship last month, participated in the fourth category as a member of Central Sports.
Sakai showed his performance with stable “Anma” and achieved a high score in the latter half of the 14-point range.
In addition, the “parallel bars” that won the bronze medal in each event of the world championship decided the technique one after another from the posture with little blur and marked a high score of 14.833.
The same team's world championship representative, Ko Tanikawa, also scored in the late 14s with "Jumping Horse" and "Parallel Bar".
The team won the tournament for the first time with a total of 255.797 thanks to the success of Sakai and Tanikawa.
The 18-year-old Daiki Hashimoto, who won the “Individual Superfinal Final” on the 8th, marked the top score in “Jumping Horse”, but his municipal Funabashi High School was 6th.
On the other hand, Carlos Edriel Yuro, a Philippine player who won a gold medal in the "Yuka" category of the World Championship, participated as a member of "Asahi Life" to which he belonged, marking the top 15.200 in "Yuka".
Tsuji who led to the first victory “Experience of close fighting is important”
Kazuma Tsuji, who led the team to the first victory, said, “I was only conscious of connecting to the next player. Although it was only the fourth event, I thought I was able to act without mistakes and it was a good game. "I was talking with a fulfilling expression."
Also, the second-ranked team said that it was a close match of about 0.3 difference “I think it will be a slight difference of 0.1 or 0.2 in next year's Tokyo Olympics, so I will concentrate on this close battle until the very end. I think it was important to have experience, ”he said.