The five golds on offer today at the International Gymnastics Federation Individual Apparatus World Cup in Cottbus were won by five different countries as medal action began in the German city.
As finals were decided in the men’s floor, pommel horse and rings as well as the women’s vault and uneven bars at the Lausitz Arena Cottbus, the top prizes were shared between Israel, Chinese Taipei, China, Brazil and Belgium.
In the men’s floor it was Israel’s Artem Dolphy who came out on top with a score of 14.800 points.
He finished ahead of Casimir Schmidt from The Netherlands and the Philippines’ Carlos Edriel Yulo, second and third respectively.
On the pommel horse it was this year’s World Championships bronze medallist Chih Kai Lee who took gold, with 15.508 points.
The Chinese Taipei athlete beat China’s Hao Weng, who finished second with 15.266 points, and Iran’s Saeedreza Keikha.
Keikha, who has had four pommel horse elements named after him, scored 15.133 points.
China might have only managed second there, but in the men’s rings they took the victory through Yang Liu.
The two-time world champion in the rings and team event, claimed another title with a score of 15.200 points.
The 2013 European champion Samir Ait Said from France finished second with 14.900 points.
China picked up another medal through Hao You, who finished third with 14.833 points.
In the women’s events, Brazil picked up their gold on the vault through Rebeca Andrade.
The 19-year-old took the win with 14.728 points, ahead of Jade Carey from the United States and Mexico's Jimena Moreno.
In the final event, the women's uneven bars, this year's world champion Nina Derwael took the gold with 15.100.
The Belgian beat Brazil's Andrade competing in her second event of the day, and China's Jiaqi Lyu.
They scored 14.500 and 14.433 points respectively.