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Mori Hikaru wins double gold on the last day of the World Trampoline Championships

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Mori Hikaru wins double gold on the last day of the World Trampoline Championships

Mori Hikaru was the undoubted star of the last day of the event FIG Gymnastics World Championships on Trampoline in Sofia, Bulgaria on Saturday (November 19).

The Japanese, who failed to reach the finals at Tokyo 2020 last year, started the day with a victory in the synchronous event next door Uyama Megu.

They scored 50,590 with France Maritime Jurbert and Lea Labrousse second (46.140) and Mariola Garcia and Daphne Loza Navarro Mexico in third place (45,260).

Then Mori, 23, reclaimed the individual title she won in 2019 with a great routine that even garnered applause from the defending British champion Bryony page.

Her score of 56.230 earned her second gold in the Bulgarian capital, while two-time Olympic medalist Page, who excelled in the horizontal displacement in the qualifiers, finished second with a score of 55.950.

Hu Yicheng The People’s Republic of China, which won gold in the synchronous event last year, won its first individual world medal with a score of 55.810 for bronze.

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Women’s individual results on the trampoline

1. Mori Hikaru (JPN) 56,230
2. Bryony page (GBR) 55,950
3. Hu Yicheng (CHN) 55,810

For full results, check out here.

Women’s results on the synchronized trampoline

1. Mori Hikaru and Uyama Megu (JPN) 50,590
2. Maritime Jurbert and Lea Labrousse (FRA) 46.140
3. Mariola Garcia and Daphne Loza Navarro (MEX) 45,260

For full results, check out here.

Schmidt secures his first serious senior success

The best qualifier Dylan SchmidtTokyo 2020 bronze medalist, kept his courage to win the world title in the men’s individual competition.

The 25-year-old New Zealander, who won Olympic gold in Nanjing in 2014, gave one of the performances of his life, scoring a whopping 60.720.

European Champion France Allan Moranty posted 58,710 to secure his second silver medal of the competition after winning team silver on Friday.

Japanese Yamato Ishikawa (58.480) completed the podium with bronze in his debut World Championship.

Previously in the men’s synchronous Germany category Fabian Vogel and Matthias Pfleiderer won gold with 50,950.

Portugal Diogo Abreu and Pedro Ferreira (50,900) was second before Florestan Riou and Pierre Gouzou France (49,830).

Individual results on men’s trampoline

1. Dylan Schmidt (NZL) 60,720
2. Allan Moranty (FRA) 58,710
3. Yamato Ishikawa (JPN) 58,480

For full results, check out here.

Synchronized springboard men’s results

1. Fabian Vogel and Matthias Pfleiderer (GER) 50,950
2. Diogo Abreu and Pedro Ferreira (POR) 50,900
3. Florestan Riou and Pierre Gouzou (FRA) 49,830

For full results, check out here.

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