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Gymnastics men’s all-around final Xiao Ruoteng wins silver and Sun Wei misses the medal

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  (Tokyo Olympics) Gymnastics men’s all-around final Xiao Ruoteng wins silver and Sun Wei misses the medal

China News Service, Tokyo, July 28 (Reporter Yue Chuan) The men’s all-around final of the Tokyo Olympic gymnastics event ended on the 28th local time. Chinese player Xiao Ruoteng won the silver medal with 88.065 points. Another Chinese player Sun Wei ranked fourth with 87.798 points. Japan’s new star Hashimoto Daiki reversed his performance on the horizontal bar and won the championship with 88.465 points.

On the evening of July 28, in the men’s gymnastics all-around final of the Tokyo Olympics, Chinese player Xiao Ruoteng won a silver medal, Japanese player Hashimoto Daiki won the championship, Russian Olympian Nikita Nagorny won the bronze medal, and the other Chinese player Sun Wei ranked fourth.Photo by China News Agency reporter Tomita

In the all-around qualifier that ended a few days ago, the 19-year-old Hashimoto Daiki, who was regarded as the successor of Uchimura Kohei, performed well and ranked first. The Russian Olympic Committee player Nagorny ranked second, followed by Xiao Ruoteng and Sun Wei. The top 4 athletes scored more than 87 points in the qualifying competition. Together with another Russian Olympic Committee player Dalalloyan, these five are regarded as the favorites to compete for the all-around championship.

A total of 24 players entered the all-around finals. They were divided into 4 groups. Xiao Ruoteng, Sun Wei, Hashimoto Daiki, Nagorny and Dala Loyang were all in the first group.

The first round of free exercise was Nagorny’s strength, but his performance was not as good as the qualifying round. Xiao Ruoteng and Hashimoto Daiki both chose to use a complete set of moves with a difficulty coefficient of 6.2. Hashimoto Daiki completed the score higher and led the way after the first round.

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The pommel horse in the second round was Sun Wei’s strong point. He scored 14.966 points. Hashimoto Daiki’s 6.500 pommel horse difficulty was divided into the highest in the same group, and finally scored 15.166 points, thus expanding the lead.

In the third round of the rings, the Chinese and Russian players performed steadily, and Hashimoto Daiki’s score was slightly lower due to the difficulty. In the subsequent vaulting, Hashimoto made a mistake when landing, but still scored 14.700 points. Xiao Ruoteng and Sun Wei scored 14.700 points and 14.900 points respectively, ranking the top two after four rounds.

In the fifth round of the parallel bars, several players who are hoping for gold scored close. However, Sun Wei’s left wrist injury affected his performance. After the parallel bars, Xiao Ruoteng ranked first ahead of Nagorny.

On the evening of July 28, in the men’s gymnastics all-around final of the Tokyo Olympics, Chinese player Xiao Ruoteng won a silver medal, Japanese player Hashimoto Daiki won the championship, Russian Olympian Nikita Nagorny won the bronze medal, and the other Chinese player Sun Wei ranked fourth.Photo by China News Agency reporter Tomita

In the final round of the horizontal bar, Xiao Ruoteng used a complete set of moves with a difficulty of 6.000 points and finished with a score of 8.366 points. However, he was fined 0.3 points for not appearing to the referee, and finally got 14.066 points and finished the game with 88.065 points.

The horizontal bar is Hashimoto’s strong point. He scored more than 15 points in the qualifying and team finals. Hashimoto Daiki, who made his final appearance, used the 6.500-point difficulty action to score 14.933 points, reversing gold with a total score of 88.465.

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After the game, Xiao Ruoteng revealed that he knew he had been deducted points for not appearing to the referee. “Adding 0.3 points is also a silver medal. It’s a pity, I also want to win the gold medal, but there is only one gold medal.” In Xiao Ruoteng’s view, Japanese players have a unique understanding of some techniques, and they have better control of the training state. .

Due to a shoulder injury, Xiao Ruoteng took four painkillers before the game. In the men’s team finals a few days ago, he relied on playing closed and persisting to finish six individual events. “Today’s game was a lot difficult. I showed my best performance in the past three years and I have performed above the level. I am very satisfied with myself. This is an explanation for myself and the people who care about me.”

Xiao Ruoteng said that his biggest goal now is the free exercise finals. According to the schedule, the men’s free exercise finals will begin on August 1, local time. On the 29th, the women’s gymnastics all-around final will be contested. Chinese players Tang Qianjing and Lu Yufei will play. (Finish)

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