Carlos Yulo captures 2 bronze medals in All-Japan Gymnastics tourney

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Carlos Yulo All-Japan Gymnastics
2019 World floor exercise champion Carlos Yulo bagged two bronzes in his second tournament of the year. Photo from Red Ox Media Events/Jat Tenorio.

World champion gymnast Carlos Yulo bagged two bronzes as he finished eighth place overall in the 74th All-Japan Gymnastics Championships.

The 20-year-old Filipino athlete landed third place in the vault event with 14.866 behind Hidenobu Yonekura (15.133) and Asato Keisuke (15.083).

In the floor exercise, Yulo collected 15.200 points next to gold and silver event winners Japanese Kasuki Minami’s 15.600 and Ryosuke Doi (15.300).

The Philippines’ Carlos Yulo was ranked eighth place overall in the men’s Individual All-Around ranking with a total score of 170.032 at the All-Japan tourney held at Takasaki Arena on December 13, 2020.

Carlos Yulo All-Japan Gymnastics

Yulo, who gave the country its first World Gymnastics Championships gold, scored a bronze medal in the men’s vault event at the 53rd All-Japan Seniors tourney in September, his first competition since his gold-winning performance at the 2019 SEA Games.

The Olympics-bound Carlos Yulo was honored by Forbes Asia’s 30 Under 30 Class of 2020.

SEND CONGRATULATIONS in the comments below to world champion gymnast Carlos Yulo for winning two bronzes in the 74th All-Japan Gymnastics Championships!

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