samedi 28 mai 2016

2016 Euros: Onoshima 14th, Kuavita 21st

Noah Kuavita and Takumi Onoshima both competed in the Juniors all-around final in Bern where they wanted to improve their scores from the qualification round.

Credit: Mathias Hikketik
16th after the qualifications, Noah ranked 21st yesterday night, scoring 78.189 with a fall on parallel bars. There were no stuck landings, and it was a source of problems for our young gymnasts. Noah's best score tonight came on vault, with a huge 13.933. He was also very good on floor exercise, scoring 13.766.

Credit: Mathias Hikketik
Takumi placed 14th with a total score of 78.931. That's a bit less than a point higher than in qualifications but most importantly, he gained 10 places in the rankings, as he was the last gymnast to qualify for the final on Wednesday. 

Takumi had a better day overall than in qualifications, even tho he still had troubles on some of his landings. He first competed on vault were he scored 13.366 for a great start. His best score came on pommel horse, the event he fell on during qualifications. Yesterday, he scored an excellent 13.633. 

Credit: Mathias Hikketik
It is not uncommon for Juniors to had mistakes on both qualifications and finals. The stress, a bigger arena, the crowd, can be very distracting. But the experience Takumi and Noah will have at the end of these Championships will be a great asset for what's come next.

Great Britain's Giarnni Regini-Moran won the gold medal ahead of Russia's Andrei Makolov and his teammate Joe Fraser

All-around standings
1. Giarnni Regini-Moran (GBR) 86.198
2. Andrei Makolov (RUS) 84.965
3. Joe Fraser (GBR) 83.764
14. Takumi Onoshima (BEL) 78.931
21. Noah Kuavita (BEL) 78.189

Full results here

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