The 40-year-old veteran Marian Dragulescu won a silver medal on vault at the World Gymnastics Cup in Varna. The Romanian, who has won eight world titles, finished with a score of 14,525. The winner is Nazar Chepurny (Ukraine) - 14,700. Third is Ivan Tikhonov (Azerbaijan) with 14,300.
The Bulgarian representative Dimitar Dimitrov remained on the verge of the medal after receiving a fourth grade - 14,225.
On parallel bars, the gold was won by the Ukrainian Ilya Kovtun - 15,100, followed by Sergei Eltsov (Russia) with 14,950 and Robert Tvorgal (Lithuania) - 14,350. Bulgarian athlete Yordan Alexandrov is sixth with 13,800.
The winner of the high bar is the Croatian Tin Srbic with 14,850, Carlo Machini (Italy) finished with silver - 14,650, and the bronze medal went to Christian Balash (Hungary) - 14,350.
Ulyana Perebinosova (Russia) leaves for the ladies with the gold on uneven bars - 14,500. With a silver medal is the Ukrainian Diana Varinska - 14,200, and with a bronze is Kelly Jay Simm (Great Britain) - 13,650.
Two athletes with a score of 13,150 triumphed on floor exercise with the first place - the Hungarian Hana Sujo and the representative of Uzbekistan - Dildora Alripova. Third is the Russian Ulyana Perebinosova with 13,100.