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Commonwealth Games 2022: Jake Jarman and James Hall continues the English Domination in Gymnastics

Birmingham: After golds in the Men and Women’s team all-round, England cruised to gold in men’s Individual All-Round. Jake Jarman overcame his fellow countryman James Hall to continue the English Domination in Gymnastics.

19-year-old Jake Jarman won the gold with an overall score of 83.450. James Hall clinched silver with a score of 82.450 and Cypriot Marios Georgiou clinched the bronze with an overall score of 81.900. Felix Dolci of Canada missed out on the bronze by a mere 0.200 points.

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Jake and James were fighting it out till the end of the final. The final showdown was spicy and thrilling. Jake’s final rotation was the high bars. Considering it is not a very difficult routine, Jarman managed to dismount very impressively to go on top. Even then when a podium was guaranteed, everything was in James Hall’s hands. James did an equally exciting routine on the floor. However, that was not sufficient as Jake won his second gold of the Games.

The men’s all-round ensured two medals for the home nation England. Earlier in the Games, The team of Joe Frazier, Courtney Hillock, James Hall, Jake Jarman, and Gianni Regini-Moran won the men’s team all round. In a similar fashion, the women’s team emulated the feat in their round.

The English Domination in Gymnastics
The English Men led by Joe Frazier won the Team All-Round Artistic Gymnastics on Friday

The English Domination in Gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games is not a recent phenomenon. The English side has dominated the gymnastics floors in the last two editions as well. In Gold Coast, England topped the medal tally with 6 Gold, 7 Silver, and 3 Bronze. While in 2014 Glasgow, They won 9 Gold with 5 Silver and Bronze each. Currently, the English side has 3 Golds and One silver which means that they have won gold in all the gymnastic events so far. They will look to extend their domination with Ondine Achampong and Alice Kinsella starting in the Women’s Equivalent later tonight.

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