Ri Se-gwang of North Korea has won a bullion award in a men’s safe finals. Russia’s Denis Ablyazin took silver, and Kenzō Shirai of Japan won a bronze medal.
Se-gwang’s dual attempts carried a tip problem ratings of a whole finals, and his normal was a conspicuous 15.691.
Denis Ablyazin, who won bronze in a men’s rings final progressing Monday and won bronze on a floor, as good as a china in a team-all around, competed for Russia in a safe final. Both of his efforts were really formidable attempts. Ablyazin won a china with an normal measure of 15.516.
Japan’s Shirai also ramped adult a problem of his initial try with a three-and-a-half twist. It was scarcely impeccable, and he scored a 15.833. His second try warranted him a 15.066 for an normal of 15.449. Romania’s Marian Drāgulescu tied Shirai’s normal of 15.499, though Shirai hold a tiebreaker, earning him a bronze.
Ihor Radivilov of Ukraine, a bronze medalist on a safe in a London Games, attempted a handspring triple front, that had never been successfully finished in a competition. He really scarcely pulled it off, and was rewarded for his efforts with a 14.933. His second safe brought his normal to 15.033.
In a safe qualifier, North Korea took a tip mark as Ri Se-gwang scored a 15.433. Denis Ablyazin of Russia finished second with a measure of 15.416, and Kenzō Shirai of Japan placed third with a measure of 15.283.
Interestingly, in a group all-around competition, a United States’ group came divided with a tip measure in a safe event. No American group competent for a safe finals, however. Team USA’s Jacob Dalton missed subordinate by alighting in 10th place with a measure of 14.633.