Rebecca Andrade obtained the gold medal in horse vault with 15,083 points, Brazil’s second title at the Tokyo Games.
In this specialty, US Mykaila Skinner won the silver medal with 14.916, and South Korea’s Seojeong Yeo got the bronze medal with 14.733.
On the other women’s final, Belgium’s Nina Derwael dominated the uneven bars with 15.200, ahead of Russia’s Anastasiia Iliankova (14.833) and the United States’ Sunisa Lee (14.500).
Likewise, in the demanding pommel horse, Briton Max Whitlock was the best with 15.583, escorted by Taiwan’s Chih Kai Lee (15.400) and Japan’s Kazuma Kaya (14.900).
Finally, in free hands, Ukrainian Artem Dolgopyat gave the first title in the history of artistic gymnastics to Israel at Olympics with a score of 14.933.
At Tokyo, Spain’s Rayderley Zapata registered the same score as the nationalized Israeli, but was beaten by the tiebreaker system (degree of difficulty of the execution), and China’s Ruoteng Xiao finished with bronze with 14.766.