Robert Seligman topped the men’s pommel horse qualification standings as action began today at his home International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) World Challenge Cup in Osijek in Croatia.
The 2018 European silver medallist registered a score of 14.250 points at Gradski vrt Hall.
Russia’s Nikolai Kuksenkov finished second with 13.900 points, while Israel’s Michael Sorokine ended third with 13.450.
In men’s floor exercise qualification, 2017 world silver medallist Artem Dolgopyat of Israel ranked first with 14.900 points.
Chile’s Tomás González was runner-up with 14.400 points and was followed by Russia’s Kirill Prokopev with 14.350.
The one other men’s discipline in which qualification was held today was the parallel bars, Lithuania’s Robert Tvorogal prevailing on 14.450 points.
Second place went to Russia’s Aleksandr Kartsev with 14.150 points and the top three was completed by Sweden’s Karl Idesjoe with 13.850.
Women’s uneven bars qualification saw Russia’s Anastasiia Agafonova finish first with 13.600 points, Hungary’s Nora Feher was second with 13.400 and Ukraine’s Yana Federova ended third with 12.650.
Slovenia’s Teja Belak and Ukraine’s Angelina Radivilova were the leading two performers in women’s vault qualification.
Action is due to continue tomorrow.