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Krisztian Berki’s won his second gold after 2013 edition

24 March, 2017

Hungary’s Krisztian Berki’s love affair with Doha continued as the 2012 London Games gold medalist won his second gold after 2013 edition in men’s pommel horse on Friday.
One of the leading exponents in pommel horse, the 31-year-old tallied 14.933 points, which was .100 points more than his qualification score.
China’s Routeng Xiao came second (14.800) while Armenia’s Artur Davytan, who finished fourth in floor, picked up bronze with 14.066.
Turkey’s Ferhat Arican finished fourth followed by Filip Ude and Lithuanian Robert Tvorogal.
China’s Jingyuan Zhou, who claimed silver in Melbourne, could not live up to his expectations and had a disappointing seventh-place finish with 13.766 points.
Qatar’s Ahmed Al Dayani, who received a wild card, had 12.566 points.