Brazil guarantees six athletes in 11 finals by devices in the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup
Gymnasts Flavia Saraiva and Arthur Nory will compete for three medals each
The Brazilian athletes had a great presentation this Saturday, 16, the first day of the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup. 11 places were won for the finals of the competition in Paris. Gymnasts Flavia Saraiva and Arthur Nory will compete for three medals each, while Rebecca Andrade, Jade Barbosa, Diogo Soares and Bernardo Miranda are also in the fight for the podium. On the ground, Flavia Saraiva, who obtained 13,300 points, and Jade Barbosa, 13,150, will compete together in the final. Flavinha still secured in the asymmetric decisions with 13,750 points, alongside Rebecca Andrade, who was the best in the device, with 14,550.
Arthur Nory made the fifth best performance on the ground, advancing with 13,750 points. He repeated the position in the jump, with 14,300, and was even better in the fixed bar, standing at 4º, with 14,100, just behind Bernardo Miranda Actos, who made 14,350. Miranda will still compete for a medal in the parallel, with 14,250. “Let’s go, three finals,” celebrated Nory, the greatest hope of helping the men’s team to secure itself in Paris-2024. With Caio Souza injured, he will have the mission of leading the national team. Name still little known of the Brazilian team, Diogo Soares did well in his presentation on the horse with handles, and also secured a place in the final.