samedi 29 juin 2019

European Games 2019: 6th place for Senna Deriks, Jimmy Verbaeys 16th!

Today Senna Deriks and Jimmy Verbaeys competed in the all-around final at the European Games in Minsk.  Senna did very good and finished in 6th place. Jimmy was 16th. 

For these all-around finals, the men and women competed simultaneously in Minsk. Jimmy did not have the start he wished for on still rings with a score of 11.966. He came back strong on vault and parallel bars with 13.766 and 13.466. His high bar routine wasn't his best (12.400) but his floor was good. He scored 13.733. 

He finished his competition on the pommel horse with a score of 13.100. With a total score of 78.431, he placed 16th. 

David Belyavskiy from Russia won the gold medal (85.465), ahead of Oleg Verniaiev from Ukraine (84.632) and his teammate Vladislav Poliashov (84.464).

Senna started her competition with a good floor routine that got her 12.333. She was solid on vault too and scored 13.400 for her full twisting Yurchenko, a tiny bit more than in qualifications. On uneven bars she showed a good exercise that was rewarded with 13.466. She kept the head cool during the last rotation on beam and added 12.733 to her total. She scored 51.932 and finished on a well deserved 6th place.

The gold medal went to the Russian Angelina Melnikova (54.498). Lorette Charpy from France won the silver (54.166) and Ukraine's Diana Varinska got the bronze (52.766).

Results women's all-around final 
1. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 54.498
2. Lorette Charpy (FRA) 54.166
3. Diana Varinska (UKR) 52.766
4. Aline Friess (FRA) 52.699
5. Aleksandra Shchekoldina (RUS) 52.365
6. Senna Deriks (BEL) 51.932

Full Results can be found here.

Results men's all-round final 
1. David Belyavskiy (RUS) 85.465
2. Oleg Verniaiev (UKR) 84.632
3. Vladislav Poliashov (RUS) 84.464
4. Petro Pakhniuk  (UKR) 84.031
5. Artur Davtyan (ARM) 83.632
16. Jimmy Verbaeys (BEL) 78.431

Full Results can be found here.

Tomorrow, Nina Derwael will be in the uneven bars and beam finals at 13:25 and 14:00 (Belgian time).

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