Carlos Yulo Take Home 3 Medals in Qatar World Cup Artistic Gymnastics
Carlos Edriel Yulo bagged three (3) medals including one gold in the 2023 International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Artistic Gymnastics World Cup second leg in Qatar.
The 2019 world champion won with 14.833 points at the Aspire Dome in Doha City. Japan’s Kazuki Minami, the 2019 champion in Cottbus, Germany and Paris, France, finished second with a score of 14.200, and Great Britain’s Luke Whitehouse finished third with a score of 13.966.
Yulo, who won four gold medals in the 2022 Vietnam Southeast Asian Games and a triple gold medal at the 2022 Asian Championships, also grabbed silver in parallel bars and bronze in the vault.
In the parallel bars event, he finished second with a score of 14.933, trailing only Ukraine’s Illia Kovtun, who won with a score of 14.966. Kovtun also dominated the race in the first leg, which took place last month in Cottbus, based on the report.
Ferhat Arcan of Turkey, a two-time European champion, claimed bronze with a score of 14.733. Yulo took bronze in the vault with a mark of 14.883. Artur Davtyan, bronze medallist at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and world champion in 2022, received the gold medal (15.083).
Igor Radivilov of Ukraine, a four-time European champion, claimed bronze with a score of 14.899. Other gold medalists include Yuya Kamoto of Japan (high bar), Yang Liu of China (rings), and Nariman Kurbanov of Kazakhstan (pommel horse). Baku, Azerbaijan’s capital city, will host the third leg from March 9 to 12.
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