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Armenian athlete wins Gymnastics World Cup gold

Armenian athlete wins Gymnastics World Cup gold

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's Artur Tovmasyan won the men's ring event in a close contest at the 10th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup currently underway in Doha.

Tovmasyan, who collected 15.133 points, had a stiff challenge from Ukraine's Igor Radivilov (15.066) and China's Zou Jingyuan (15.033), who had claimed a silver in Melbourne.

Armenia's Vahagn Davtyan (14.966), who had previously secured bronze on the pommel horse, came fourth followed by Belgium's Dennis Goosens (14.500), Germany's Marcel Nguyen (14.433), Japan's Genichiro Kohzu (14.433) and Turkey's Ibrahim Colak (13.800), who came third in Melbourne last month.

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