Rebecca Andrade wins 4 golds in Brazilian gymnastics

Rebecca Andrade wins 4 golds in Brazilian gymnastics

Rebecca Andrade performed at the Brazilian Artistic Gymnastics Championships. After leading the first day of the championship in Lauro de Freitas in Bahian, the Olympic champion is still improving on all machines this Saturday, the final day of the fray. Shaken by Baile de Favela, the flamingo gymnast won four golds and one silver.

In her first all-around competition of the year, Rebecca confirmed her favourite. Already on Thursday, with 56,734 points, he reached the highest total of 2022 among gymnasts who qualified for the World Cup Liverpool in October. This Saturday, he improved the mark: 58,100 points. He added 114,834 points in the two days.

Rebecca Andrade with the Brazilian national team – Photo: Ricardo Puffolin/CBG

He helped Olympic champion Flamengo win the team gold medal. She also won the gold medal on the uneven bars. The current vice world champion for the machine, she scored Saturday’s series and earned 14,967 points, the highest score in the entire competition. He added 29,567 points in the two days.

He won the fourth title on the crossbar. Even without performing the machine’s toughest output, Rebeca nailed the streak and earned 14,433 points on Saturday. He scored 28,300 points during the two days to get gold.

She won a silver medal in the lead single from Baile de Favela, which she had not sung for ten months. The gymnast didn’t do her hardest set, but she made up for it with a good run to get 14,000 points on Saturday. By adding 27,800 on both days, it was behind only Flávia Saraiva, Gold with a score of 28,033, with 14,133 points on Saturday.

In the jump, the machine in which the current Olympic and world champion was, Rebeca scored 14,700 points with Yurchenko with a double spin. It was the highest score in the jump, but it didn’t earn her another gold because it took two trips to compete for the podium in the jump, which she should only do at the World Cup in Liverpool.

Cayo Souza and Rebecca Andrade champion Brazil – Photo: Ricardo Puffolin/CBG

Kayo Souza is Tetra and Zanetti takes gold

In the men’s feud, Arthur Zanetti stood out. Just as on the first day of competition, the Olympic rings champion practically pinned the series to his main machine and earned 14,800 points, his highest score this year. With a score of 29,550 points, he took gold out of the rings.

However, the whole world champion was Kayo Souza. He won the final at the Olympic and World Games, winning the Brazilian tetra quartet by adding 84,950 points this Saturday and 169,550 points in the entire competition. Caio was the most awarded gymnast in Lauro de Freitas with six medals. In addition to the gold in all things, he’s been team champion with Minas, gold on the parallel bars (14,800 on Saturday), gold on the set beam (14,600), and silver on the vault despite Thursday’s low (14,850 on average) that’s Saturday) and silver on the rings (14450).

Cayo Souza at the Brazilian Gymnastics Championships – Photo: Ricardo Puffolin/CBG

Brazilian gymnastics results

feminine
by the difference
1 – Flemish – 331500
2- Seigen – 308699
3- Pines – 305.434

comprehensive
1 – Rebecca Andrade (Flamingo) – 114,834 (58,100 + 56,734)
2- Flavia Saraiva (Flamingo) – 110,566 (55,666 + 54,900)
3 – Julia Soares (Cegin) – 106,234 (54,034 + 52,200)

Jump
1 – Crystal Bezera (Pinheiros) – 25916 (13066 + 12850)
2 – Larissa Oliveira (Flamingo) – 25,549 (12,683 + 12,866)
3 – Beatriz Lima (Pineros) – 25466 (12633 + 12833)

asymmetric bars
1- Rebecca Andrade (Flamingo) – 29.567 (14,967 + 14,600)
2- Laurent Oliveira (Flamingo) – 27367 (13.967 + 13,400)
3 – Flávia Saraiva (Flamengo) – 27,000 (13,333 + 13,667)

packet
1 – Rebecca Andrade (Flamingo) – 28,300 (14,433 + 13,867)
2 – Julia Soares (Cegin) – 27967 (14167 + 13800)
3- Flavia Saraiva (Flamingo) – 27.467 (14,067 + 13,400)

a land
1 – Flavia Saraiva (Flamingo) – 28,033 (14,133 + 13,900)
2- Rebecca Andrade (Flamingo) – 27800 (14,000 + 13800)
3 – Julia Soares (Cegin) – 27.567 (13.967 + 13,600)

Mention
by the difference
1 – mine – 495500
2- Pine trees – 488350
3- Circus Santa Maria / São Caetano do Sul – 487,450

comprehensive
1 – Cayo Sousa (Minas) – 169,550 (84,950 + 84,600)
2. Diogo Soares (Flamingo) – 166,050 (82,700 + 83,350)
3 – Yuri Guimarães (Circus Santa Maria) – 162.700 (81.400 + 81.300)

a land
1 – Yuri Guimarães (Circus Santa Maria) – 28500 (14300 + 14200)
2- Bernardo Actos (Menas) – 28400 (13.950 + 14.450)
3 – Arthur Norrie (Pineros) – 28200 (13800 + 14400)

pommel horse
1 – Johnny Oshiro (Santa Maria Circus) – 27400 (13600 + 13800)
2 – Diogo Soares (Flamingo) – 27000 (13500 + 13500)
3 – Gabriel Barbosa (Menas) – 26,450 (14,100 + 12,350)

rings
1 – Arthur Zanetti (Circus Santa Maria) – 29,550 (14,800 + 14,750)
2- Cayo Sousa (Minas) – 28,800 (14,450 + 14,350)
3 – Diogo Soares (Flamingo) – 27000 (13.550 + 13.450)

Jump
1 – Yuri Guimarães (Circus Santa Maria) – 28,975 (14,575 + 14,400)
2- Cayo Sousa (Minas) – 28,850 (14,850 + 14,000)
3- Kaiki Santos (São Paulo Olympic Center) – 27300 (13625 + 13675)

parallel bars
1 – Cayo Sousa (Minas) – 29,500 (14,800 + 14,700)
2. Arthur Norrie (Pineros) – 28,350 (14,450 + 13,900)
3 – Diogo Soares (Flamingo) – 27800 (13.750 + 14.050)

fixed bar
1 – Cayo Sousa (Minas) – 29250 (14600 + 14650)
2 – Arthur Norrie (Pineros) – 28800 (14300 + 14500)
3 – Diogo Soares (Flamingo) – 28150 (13900 + 14250)

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