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Challenge Cup: Artyom Dolgopiat in the ground exercise final | Israel today

2022-09-24T15:46:16.702Z

The Olympic champion from Tokyo continues to signal his intentions towards Paris • The 25-year-old gymnast participated in the qualifiers, when he achieved a result that gave him the best score among 50 gymnasts and this is even after he received a penalty with a tenth of a point



Less than two years before the Olympic Games in Paris, champion Artyom Dolgopiat signals his intentions for the second time, when he advanced today (Saturday) to the finals of the Challenge Cup in the French capital in the floor exercise from first place overall. 

Dolgofiat at the European Championship in Munich, photo: AP

The 25-year-old Dolgopiat participated in the qualifiers at the impressive Hall of Fame, when he achieved a result of 14.950 points that gave him the best score among 50 gymnasts and this is even after he received a penalty with a tenth of a point reduction.

In the same device, young Uri Seidel also participated, and he was ranked 32nd with a score of 12.750 points. 

Israel's senior gymnast also participated in the nearby pommel horse qualifiers, when he set a score of 12.7 and was ranked 25th.

Seidel finished in 46th place, as he also took part in the rings qualifier, where he finished 14th with a score of 13.450. 

For the women, Ofir Netzer finished the vaulting table qualifiers with an average score of 12.650 points, and in 10th place, when she finished 30 parallels ranked with 10.450.

Olympian Lihya Raz, in the same device, was ranked 20th with 11.6 points. 

The Challenge Cup in Paris is one of the preparatory competitions for the World Championship that will be held at the end of next month in Liverpool, Great Britain. 

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Source: israelhayom

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