Japan's Hitomi Hatakeda, Canada's Shallon Olsen and Canada's Brooklyn Moors went 1, 2 and 3. Photograph: Shallon Olsen/Instagram
The 2017 International Gymnix Senior Cup took place on Friday, 10 March, in Montreal, Canada. It featured four clubs: Canada 1, Canada 2, Japan and Australia.
Canada 1 knocked the gold medal with an overall score of 158.871. Second was Japan with 157.439, followed by Canada 2 (157.070) and Australia (150.770). Japan had the highest score on vault (42.135), Australia the best on the uneven bars (38.201), and Canada the highest scores on both balance beam (39.968) and floor exercise (39.968).
The all around title was won by Japan’s Hitomi Hatakeda, with an overall score of 54.635. Hatakeda posted the top scores on both bars (13.667) and floor (13.600). She also scored a 14.234 on vault and a 13.134 on beam.
Second was Canada’s Olympian Shallon Olsen (53.401). Olsen tied for best score on vault (14.567), and also posted a 12.667 on bars, a 12.700 on beam and a 13.467 on floor.
Third was Canada’s Brooklyn Moors, with a 53.001. Moors posted the second best scores on beam (13.367) and floor (13.500), as well as a 13.834 on vault and a 12.300 on bars.
Canada’s Shallon Olsen and Uzbekistan’s seven-time Olympian Oksana Chusovitina tied for first place on vault (14.567), followed by Canada’s Megan Roberts (14.500).
Japan’s Hitomi Hatakeda posted the highest score on bars (13.667), ahead of Australia’s Erin Modaro (12.934) and Canada’s Jade Chrobok (12.867).
Hatakeda also won floor (13.600), while second and third were Canada’s Brooklyn Moors (13.500) and Shallon Olsen (13.467).
Finally, the highest score on beam was posted by Japan’s Ayu Koike (13.467), ahead of Canada’s Brooklyn Moors (13.367) and Sophie Marois, also from Canada (13.334).
The event finals are taking place on Sunday, 12 March.
Click here for full results, courtesy of FloGymnastics.
By Talitha IlacquaAdvertisement