After his gold on the Still Rings on Saturday, Igor Radivilov was the best at Vault. With excellent performances, he earned an estimate of 15,000 to leave Belarusian representatives Pavel Bulavski and Ylya Yakovlev behind.
1. Igor Radivilov (Ukraine) - 15,000
2. Pavel Bulavski (Belarus) - 14.625
3. Ylya Yakovlev (Belarus) - 14,300
The Ukrainians were even more impressive in the Parallel Bars, where Petro Pakhiuk overtook Oleg Vernayev. The third was Cayo Souza from Brazil.
1. Petro Pakhniuk (Ukraine) 15.050
2. Oleg Vernayev (Ukraine) 14.700
3. Cayo Souza (Brazil) - 14,450
Despite being in hospital last night because of injury, Souza managed to win the High Bar competition. In very tight final he get score of 14.200. With the same result 2nd is Calvo Moreno from Columbia. Third place for Anton Kovaceivc from Croatia
1. Cayo Souza (Brazil) – 14.200
2. Jossimar Orlando Calvo Moreno (Columbia) – 14.200
3. Anton Kovaceivc (Croatia) – 14.150
Daniele Hypolito was incredible at Balance Beam and didn`t leave any doubt as to which of the finalists deserves the most golden medal.Georgia Fenton took the silver, and the bronze medal was for the women's debutant, 16-year-old Pamela Georgieva from Bulgaria.
1. Daniele Hypolito (Brazil) - 13,750
2. Georgia Fenton (UK) - 12,500
3. Pamela Georgieva (Bulgaria) - 11,800
Another Brazilian gymnast – Thais Santos won the gold on Floor. She was by far the best and went ahead of Shallon Olsen and Farah Hussein.
1. Thais Santos (Brazil) – 13.500
2. Shallon Olsen (Canada) – 12.950
3. Farah Hussein (Egypt) – 12.750
All results you can find on section “Downloads”.