China claimed two gold medals on the second day of finals at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Individual Apparatus World Cup in Cottbus.
Di Tan and Cenyu Wang won the respective men’s parallel bars and women’s balance beam events at the German city’s Lausitz Arena.
A score of 15.566 points was enough for Di to secure the men’s parallel bars title with Olympic champion Oleg Verniaiev of Ukraine second on 15.166 and home favourite Marcel Nguyen third on 15.133.
Wang, meanwhile, prevailed on 14.166 points with Germany’s Pauline Schaefer the runner-up with 14.000 and Russia’s Maria Kharenkova the third-place finisher with 13.766.
There was also success today for the home nation as Andreas Bretschneider came out on top in the men’s horizontal bar event with 14.566 points.
The United States’ Marvin Kimble took the silver medal with 14.033 points, and Norway’s Pietro Giachino the bronze with 14.000.
Among today’s other gold medallists was Japan’s Keisuke Asato, winner of the men’s vault event with 14.966 points.
Ukraine’s Igor Radivilov, winner of yesterday’s men's still rings event, had to settle for second place with 14.883 points.
Completing the top three was Australia’s Christopher Remkes with 14.816 points.
In the women’s floor event, Liliia Akhaimova led a Russian one-two with 14.000 points.
Kharenkova was her closest challenger with 13.600 points.
Schaefer clinched the bronze medal with 13.500.
The event in Cottbus was the opening FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup of the new season.