Second vault a hit Kas 1. Frasca — FX — front full to randi, a bit short, step — 2. Samir bounds way OOB on a double front — hands down on his second pass and he turns it into a belly flop pose Chris Brooks style — doubel arabian very low but holds the stick. There were rings routines leftover to end that routine, so I used that as my opportunity to mentally check out for a minute. I promise you, it was great. Saluer starts off France on horse with a hit that they very much needed based on how the first two events went.
Borello gets kind of low and mushy on his end-of-routine Russian work, but another hit — Another PH hit for Frasca Tommasone — PH — opening scissor to handstands — russians in between the pommels — onely loses his feet a little on his russian travel into russians on the end of the horse — very strong routine. He can usually stick that. Borello finishes rings with 1.
Sleur has a near collapse in a handstand on rings and then a deep landing on his double double tuck with a lunge that will take away the score. At this point, France is going to need to average over The good news is that vault is one of those events. Ait Said — VT — double front — he struggled with this a lot in PT but he does land it here, kind of, still a short landing with a couple lunges back.
When he landed, it was a little lock-legged and everyone died of for a second. Frasca — VT 2 — Dragulescu is pretty solid, gets it around, step back, just a little deep.
Tommasone hits PB — double pike with a small hop — some handstand hesitations and back form moments, but fine. Frasca — PB — small hesitation in front toss up to handstand — healy — diam, very nice finishing position — crisp stutz — double front, lunge forward. He got it together after those first couple handstands. Saluer gives France a solid routine, good crisp diam and stutz positions, but still a double pike with a large lunge back. Borello — PB — he needs into the 14s to pass Italy and not with a handstand arch like that — nice pirouetting overall though, difficult and vertical — double pike bounce back.
In this subdivision, not only do we have Russia, but we have Turkey trying its hand at an upset bid for an Olympic spot that Taiwan already staked a claim to—as well as a bunch of significant individuals.
Stumble back on his first pass and OOB for Stretovich. He pulls it together as he goes — sticks 2. Dalaloyan — FX — very solid first two passes, pretty twisting — front full to double front pike, small hop — double double tuck, small slide — 2. Good but minimal sticking. Emin is sitting next to me and has A LOT to say about these routines. A lot of disgusted shouts of STOI.
Abliazin just Millers it and will not compete. Based on what we saw in PT from him on floor, solid call. But also reinforces that Belyavskiy must not be near top level because otherwise why not put him in? Towel over his face. Stretovich — has a major pause in handstand circles but is very calm and is able to continue his routine — smooth magyar and sivado at the end, gets up to handstand well, good routine overall.
That pause good have gone all wrong, but he minimized the problem. Vega Lopez stuck his first vault but landed pretty deep on his second, he pops right back up, but you know. Nice job.
Really good fight from Dalaloyan at the end of his PH routine as the circle kept getting closer and closer to the poomels and his legs were brushing at the end but avoided major deduction. This will be interesting because he did have a couple hesitations and hand placements. Kind of surprised he got away with a number that high, but Turkey sure needed it. Petrov went crazy OOB on his final pass on floor and allllmost fell off the entire podium and I was really rooting for it, not sorry. Nice finish.
Nagornyy stuck his double double to finish off rings. One of his good ones, great amplitude and style. Abliazin — SR — Yamawaki Jonasson — nice flat cross position — small swing and hesitation in handstand, second one is beter — double double layout, step back. Petrov just collapsed onto the mat nearly head first on PH. Nagornyy — VT 1 — Dragulescu — nailed that vault and was nearly able to stick it, ultimately took a slide back.
Daggett would murder him for it, but still a strong landing. Total massive cowboy of course. Nagornyy — VT 2 — Tsuk double pike, two lunges back on that one, not the control he would like, but still good. Dalaloyan — VT 1 — double front pike and stuck! Great landing.
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Onder — FX — front 2. We shall see. Onder has quite a pike in his curcle but also great height but he was clearly off for a while and then falls working into russians. Petrounias is on rings here being all Petrounias — he was great at the beginning, holding handstands as he does long pause though , though the second handstand got a little crazy with swing — double double tuck, small step. Oh David. Tomas — FX — front full to double front, hop — double double tuck, small hop again — 1. Oh Tomas. Not his best. Still fine, but not his best.
Sharamkou tries the triple back and sits it down — bouncing himself back off the floor and nearly off the podium backwards. TEAM: Russia — How do Spain, Germany, and Brazil fit into this team score mess in the zone? We will find out. Brazil starting with a miss. Souza just had the most remarkably bizarre fall on HB — hand got stuck too long perhaps and he got jerked back onto the bar preposterously? That was excellent. Three falls in four routines for Brazil on HB.
While Argentian is on rings and Spain is done. Bitencourt — FX — double double, a little short with a hop — double front pike, bounce forward — finishes double front with a small slide back. Souza hits pommel horse. Nice routine. Vera misses a Cassina on HB. Bitencourt hits PH. Plata — FX — double double layout, small hop — punch randi, well short, large lunge forward — Plata finishes full-in stuck, but he did have that one rough pass.
Dauser just did the most preposterous Russians on the end of the pommel as he tried to keep it going to dismount, fully straddled and tucked at the same time, but he somehow did not come off. Just a small hop back on dismount on a hit routine from Zanetti for After 4 events, Spain has 4. Spain has to go to pommel horse now and is the only one of the three that has already vaulted. Really strong work. Klessing with an awesome stuck dismount on rings, which is significant because it earns him Germany is now only a touch behind Brazil and 1. Spain — Toba — VT — he hits his Kas 1.
Russia — Taiwan — Brazil — Germany — Italy — France — Turkey — Looks like no livestreams until subdivision 3.
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This makes me very sad. Like Like. Taiwan is doing great so far! If only we could watch…. Andrey Medvedev said that the reason he did floor exercises was to give Alex shatilov and artium doglopyat some time to rest. My VPN is working being logged into Romania. I know this means he successfully performed the vault but I would also watch a stream in which he slaps Marian Dragulescu the person.
Like Liked by 2 people. Stupid Question — is it the same judges for all of the groups? If so — that is two long days of judging with barely any breaks, if not — do we really have continuity and comparability? Not even vaguely stupid! Excellent question. Do not know.
Like Liked by 1 person. Great question! I have one too. So bummed for the German team — they were so close to passing Spain and Brazil… But they really had some highlights and improved more than four points from last year! There are currently potential qualifiers on each event not from a qualifying team and there could be more tomorrow.
And I probably should assume France is pretty much done. Despite the loss of points, Yul is going to be AA.
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