Results Day One of Event Finals from Doha

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Brazil's Diego Hypolito narrowly edged Slovenia's Rok Klavora as the Finals at the 2016 Doha Challenge World Cup got underway yesterday. Great Britain's Sam Oldham was third. Armenian Harutyun Merdinyan topped the Pommel Horse over Croatia's Robert Seligman. Azerbaijan's Oleg Stepko and Slovenia's Saso Bertoncelj tied for third. Greece's Eleftherios Petrounias shined on his pet event - the Still Rings as Armenia's Vahagn Davtyan and Artur Tovmasyan finished second and third respectively. Switzerland's Giulia Steingruber outclassed the field on the Vault, taking the honors over Slovenia's Teja Belak and Tjasa Kysselef. Sweden's Jonna Adlerteg dominated the field in the Uneven Bars final taking the honors over Brazil's Rebeca Rodrigues de Andrade and Portugal's Ana Filipa Martins. 

WOMEN'S VAULT:
  1. Giulia Steingruber (SUI) (15.325, 14.100) 14.712
  2. Teja Belak (SLO) (14.250, 14.425) 14.337
  3. Tjasa Kysselef (SLO) (14.200, 13.975) 14.087
  4. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) (14.825, 13.325) 14.075
  5. Marcela Torres (SWE) (13.875, 14.125) 14.000
  6. Marina Nekrasova (AZE) (13.875, 13.900) 13.887
  7. Argyro Afrati (GRE) (13.250, 13.900) 13.575
  8. Tan Ing Yueh (MAS) (12.075, 13.025) 12.550
WOMEN'S UNEVEN BARS:
  1. Jonna Adlerteg (SWE) 14.925
  2. Rebeca Rodrigues de Andrade (BRA) 14.250
  3. Ana Filipa Martins (POR) 13.625
  4. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 13.450
  5. Argyro Afrati (GRE); Vasiliki Millousi (GRE) 13.175

  6. Dora-Gabriela Vulcan (ROU) 13.000
  7. Diana Laura Bulimar (ROU) 11.925
  8. Farah Mahmoud (QAT) 10.025
MEN'S FLOOR EXERCISE:
  1. Diego Hypolito (BRA) 15.175
  2. Rok Klavora (SLO) 15.000
  3. Sam Oldham (GBR) 14.925
  4. Ahmet Onder (TUR) 14.750
  5. Petro Pakhnyuk (AZE) 14.600
  6. Daniil Baturin (KAZ) 14.550
  7. Ferhat Arican (TUR) 14.300
  8. Fuya Maeno (JPN) 13.400
MEN'S POMMEL HORSE:
  1. Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM) 15.675
  2. Robert Seligman (CRO) 15.300
  3. Oleg Stepko (AZE); Saso Bertoncelj (SLO) 15.000

  4. Petro Pakhnyuk (AZE); Daiki Yorogo (JPN) 13.600

  5. Ahmed Aldyani (QAT) 13.475
  6. Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT) 13.100
MEN'S STILL RINGS:
  1. Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE) 15.875
  2. Vahagn Davtyan (ARM) 15.800
  3. Artur Tovmasyan (ARM) 15.775
  4. Manrique Larduet Bicet (CUB) 15.600
  5. Ibrahim Colak (TUR) 15.425
  6. Henrique Medina Flores (BRA) 15.325
  7. LIAO Junlin (CHN) 15.225
  8. Azizbek Kudratullayev (KAZ) 14.975

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