At the World Gymnastics Championships held in Kitakyushu, the women's qualifying round was over, and Mai Murakami, who won the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics, took first place in the floor by event and advanced to the final.

At the World Gymnastics Championships held in Kitakyushu, the women's qualifying round was held on the 19th and 18th, the second day of the tournament.



In addition to Murakami, who won the bronze medal for the first time in the women's individual event at the Tokyo Olympics, four Japanese women, Hitomi Hatakeda, Urara Ashikawa, and Yuna Hiraiwa, participated.



The Japanese player has already finished his performance on the 18th.



On the 19th, all the women's qualifying performances were over, and Murakami took first place in Yuka by event and advanced to the final.



Murakami advanced to the final with a balance beam of 9th place.



In addition, Ashikawa was 6th on the balance beam and Hiraiwa was 6th on the balance beam, and each advanced to the final.



In the all-around, Hatada, who showed stable performance through the 4th event, finished 4th and advanced to the final.



The women's individual all-around final will be held on the 21st, and the balance beam and floor finals for each event will be held on the 24th.



The men's qualifying will start on the 19th, and Japanese players such as Daiki Hashimoto, who won two gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics, and Kohei Uchimura will appear on the 20th.

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