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China take gold for the sixth consecutive time in the Men's Team final - full results here.
Qualified for Team Final
Great Britain 224.596
Qualified for the 2015 World Championships in Glasgow
The Men's competition threw out both surprising and predictable results.
Team Final Qualifiers (full results here)
Great Britain 357.193
Day one of the Event Finals kicked off at the Asian Games with WAG Vault and Bars and MAG Floor,
MELKINOVA IS THE QUEEN SOFIA
If the senior, Russia was deleted at the junior was another story. Melkinova Angelina is the Queen Sofia with three gold medals – team, all-around, bars and silver on beam. The surprise was the English team, as oiled as a senior, and definite recognition Catherine Lyons and Ellie Downie. The disappointment was Romania, unlike the senior Iordache, could not deter the Russian phenomenon and stayed with silverware. Also going against the tide of the senior, the German team also collected medals.
VAULT – Ellie Downie repeats the feat Sister Rebecca and got gold with Laura Jurca with the silver and the bronze Amy Tinkler. It is the Achilles heel of Melkinova therefore was fifth.
BARS – Russian Tripe – Daria Skrypinik Melkinova with gold and with silver and the bronze Maike Anderle. Unlike her sister, this is the Achilles heel of Downie.
BEAM – Third and last for Melkinova gold, silver Andreea Iridon – the best Romanian gymnast of the event – and bronze for Tabea Alt Although with an interesting routine, Catherine Lyons was fifth.
FLOOR – With a visceral interpretation, Catherine Lyons took the gold with Amy Tinkler and Andreea Iridon with silver.
Russian team can give the cards in the future. However, where leftover boldness, lack charisma. English team in the future already has two strong all-arounders – Catherine Lyons and Ellie Downie. Romanian team still seeks a place in the sun, but suffers from the same problem of the Russian team, except for Laura Jurca. The German team on the way to the top of the podium, with honors can replace the current senior team, whose charm has long been over.
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