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Sport OJ of Tokyo - Gymnastics (H): Aït Said Starts in the Rings

17:30  24 july  2021
17:30  24 july  2021 Source:   sport365.fr

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While Loris Frasca and Cyril Tommasone did not spend the skill of qualifications, Samir Aït Said will compete the final In the rings.

Samir Aït Said did honor his flag holder status! Five years after his serious injury to the Rio Olympic Games, the tricolor gymnast will compete with an Olympic finish and put the way. In the aftermath of his Salto who made speak at the opening ceremony, the native of Champigny-sur-Marne took out a movement that now wears his name to start his evolution on the apparatus. with 6,300 points of difficulty and 8,766 execution points, Samir Ait Said took the third place of rings qualifications with 15.066 points . Only Greek Eleftherios Petrounas (15,333 points) and Chinese Yang Liu (15,300) managed to do better than the tricolor. However, with the scores reset for the final contested on August 2, Samir Ait Said will have the opportunity to do even better and get this Olympic medal at the heart of his ambition.

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- Team France (@Equipefra) JULY 24, 2021

Frasca and Tommasone remain at Quai

But the performance of Samir Ait Said will remain the only thinning for French gymnastics this Saturday in Tokyo. engaged in the General Competition and therefore on the six figures, Loris Frasca did not seize his luck . 44th to the general (80,332 points), the Alsatian will not compete with a final by appliance. Its best result will remain a 20th place on 25 horsepower (13,433 points). Having made the same choice as Samir Aït Said, Cyril Tommasone did not commit only to the horse's horse for what should be his last Olympic games. But the Villeurbannais did not answer on the occasion of his passage on the apparatus. with 13,100 points, it only takes 43rd place and will not play the final. On the team test side, it should be noted the best score for Japan (262,251 points) in front of China (262,061 points) and Russia (261.945 points).


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