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Jessica Gadirova wins her third floor championship at the 2023 European Gymnastics Championships.

Jessica Gadirova of the United Kingdom earned her third gold medal at the European Gymnastics Championships by winning the women’s floor final.

The 18-year-old scored a total of 14.000 for the routine to win her third European floor title in a row.

British champion Alice Kinsella took silver, while Sabrina Maneca-Voinea of Romania took bronze.

In Antalya, Turkey, defending champion Jake Jarman won silver in the men’s vault.

Artur Davtyan of Armenia narrowly beat the 21-year-old Briton to gold after two vault attempts apiece.

Davtyan, 30, earned 15.033 points overall, compared to Jarman’s 15.016 points, courtesy to a greater execution score on his second vault.

Igor Radivilov of Ukraine took bronze, with Harry Hepworth of the United Kingdom finishing seventh.

Following his vault effort, Jarman, who had already won an all-around silver and a team bronze in Turkey, finished seventh in the men’s parallel bars final.

Gadirova, who won the all-around and helped Great Britain win their first European women’s team gold, had earlier finished eighth in the women’s beam final.

Ondine Achampong, 19, of the United Kingdom, finished fourth and missed out on a medal. Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands took gold, Manila Esposito of Italy took silver, and Zsofia Kovacs of Hungary took bronze.


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