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Lord of the Rings Petrounias Wins Gold at Gymnastics World Cup

Greece’s Olympic gymnastics champion in the still rings, Eleftherios Petrounias, won gold on Saturday at the 2020 World Cup Gymnastics held in Melbourne, Australia.
His win is another step towards qualification for the Tokyo Olympics. He also needs to win  in Baku, Azerbaijan and Doha in Qatar in March in order to be able to travel to Japan as part of the Greek national Olympic team there.
With a score of 15.066 Petrounias won top stop ahead of Iran’s Mahdi Kohani and Egypt’s Ali Zahran.
Petrounias, 29, is currently the 2016 Olympic champion, as well as the World Champion in 2018, 2017 and 2015, and a five-time European medalist on the still rings.


ΑΣΥΝΑΓΩΝΙΣΤΟΣ ο Eleftherios Petrounias, κατέκτησε πανηγυρικά το ΧΡΥΣΟ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΙΟ 🥇 στο παγκόσμιο κύπελλο ενόργανης της Μελβούρνης, με 15,066 βαθμούς στον τελικό των κρίκων! ΣΥΓΧΑΡΗΤΗΡΙΑ στον Έλληνα πρωταθλητή, που συνεχίζει δυνατά την προσπάθειά του για την Ολυμπιακή πρόκριση! 👏 🇬🇷 #petrounias #rings #lordooftherings #gymnastics #hellenicgymnastics #roadtotokyo2020 #MelbWC20 #GymnasticsWorldCup

Posted by Hellenic Gymnastics Federation on Saturday, February 22, 2020


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