In the three-day championship, 137 athletes from 21 countries compete for grand honor.
Color, talent, and outstanding skills: On Wednesday, athletes from all over the world gathered for the opening round of the Asian Gymnastics Championships.
Ali Ahmed Al Hitomi, President of the Qatar Gymnastics Federation (QGF), has welcomed all athletes to the region’s sports hub and officially launched the tournament at the Aspire Dome in the hope of a successful tournament.
Over the next three days, some of the best gymnasts in the world and Asia will compete for a spot at the 2022 FIG World Arts Championship.
At this year’s Asian Games, which was last held in Qatar in 2008, 137 contestants from 21 countries are competing for the grand title.
Current champion China is again aiming for the top spot here in Doha. The country previously won 18 podiums in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) in 2019, 10 of which won gold medals.
Japan, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Central Asian Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Iran, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia are also competing in Aspire.
The first day of the Grand Championship featured men’s floor exercises, men’s pommel horses, rings, women’s vaults and uneven bars.
Filipino double world champion Carlos Yuro has taken the lead in the men’s general tournament, while China’s Wei Xiaoyuan has a slight lead in the women’s tournament.
Chinese Taipei and Japan are second and third with 124.900 points and 123.533 points, respectively, while China has a narrow lead of 126.000 points in the men’s team tournament.
On the second day, we will witness men’s vaults, horizontal and parallel bars, women’s balance beam, and floor exercises.
The finals on the 3rd and 4th days qualify for the team and all-around.
A world of five Asian teams of four gymnasts (MAG), including six teams from the all-round tournament, four female teams from four gymnasts, and eight from the all-round event. Compete to compete in the tournament. United Kingdom) From October 29th to November 6th.
A total of 24 teams of 40 MAG gymnasts and 49 WAGs in the all-round event, as well as 5 gymnasts from both MAG and WAG, are eligible to qualify for the Continental Tournament in accordance with the world’s FIG rules. ..
Athletes will win top spots (MAG and WAG) on Thursday, competing for a chance to pack their bags for Liverpool.