Korean male gymnasts competing for individual qualifications for the Paris Olympics

Ryu Seong-hyun (Korea National Sport University), who ranked 4th in the men’s floor exercise in artistic gymnastics at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, has given the green light to participate in the Paris Olympics in July. Ryu Seong-hyun received 14.366 points and ranked third among eight athletes in the floor exercise finals of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Cup held at the Lausitz Arena in Cottbus, Germany on the 25th (Korean time).This competition is the second of the four FIG World Cup series in which qualification for each event at the Paris Olympics is at stake .Seong-Hyun Ryu won the floor exercise final of the first competition of the World Cup series that ended in Cairo, Egypt a week ago, scoring 14.070 points and receiving 30 points. Ryu Seong-hyun, who added 20 points for third place in the second competition, currently ranks first in the floor exercise category in Olympic qualification points with 50 points.

If Ryu Seong-hyun maintains first place until the 3rd Baku Games in Azerbaijan (March 7-10) and the 4th Doha Games in Qatar (April 17-20), he can participate in the Paris Olympics as an individual. Korean male gymnasts missed out on a ticket to the Paris Olympic team event at last year’s World Championships and are trying to get a ticket to Paris as individuals .Up to three people can stand on stage at the Paris Olympics .First, Lee Jun-ho (Cheonan City Hall) confirmed his participation in the Paris Olympics in the individual all-around, which includes all six events: floor exercise, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars, and horizontal bars .FIG grants the right to participate in the Olympics to the 1st and 2nd place rankings in each event by adding up the scores of the 3 best performances in the 4 World Cup series competitions for each event.

According to FIG regulations, only one of the four floor exercise athletes Ryu Seong-hyeon and Kim Han-sol (Seoul City Hall), pommel horse Heo Woong (Jecheon City Hall), and vault Shin Jae-hwan (Jecheon City Hall) will represent Korea in the Olympics .Lastly, the Korean Gymnastics Association plans to decide the winner of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) 1 spot, which is allocated to countries that cannot compete in the Olympic team competition, at a later representative selection event. Heo Woong, a promising pommel horse athlete, took third place with 15.300 points in the finals of the second competition. Heo Woong-do, who is recording 45 qualification points by combining the 2nd place points from the first competition (25 points) and the 20 points he earned this time, maintained his top ranking and raised expectations for participation 카지노사이트킹 in the Paris Olympics.

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