Artem Dolgopyat recorded a victory in the floor exercise ©Getty Images

Israel’s Olympic champion Artem Dolgopyat claimed gold in the floor at the International Gymnastics Federation Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Cairo.

The Tokyo 2020 floor title holder displayed his expertise in the discipline yet again with a performance which scored 14.500.

Paul Juda of the United States secured silver after producing a display that was judged to be worth 14.333 points.

Ireland’s Adam Steele, who tallied 13.933 points, finished third in the discipline.

Fellow Irishman Rhys McClenaghan enjoyed greater success by taking gold in the men’s pommel horse event.

The 2018 European Championships pommel horse champion scored an unbeatable 14.966 to establish his position at the top.

Harutyun Merdinyan of Armenia was behind in second on 14.533 while Jordan’s Ahmad Abu Al Soud scored the same total but had to settle for bronze.

Vahagn Davtyan managed to hand Armenia a victory in the men’s still rings thanks to a score of 14.800.

Turkey’s İbrahim Çolak's total of 14.700 saw him earn silver, with Italy’s Salvatore Maresca in third with a tally of 14.633.

Meanwhile, the women’s vault saw Slovakia’s Tjaša Kysselef score 13.183 to triumph.

This contrasted to Uzbekistan’s Oksana Chusovitina making 12.950 and Canada’s Laurie Denommée completing her exercise with 12.849 on the board.

South Africa’s Caitlin Rooskrantz won the women’s uneven bars final after recording an unassailable 12.300.

Denommée finished second following a routine that scored 12.033 with Marie Kanter of Norway taking bronze with a score of 11.733.