Americans dominate Paris World Cup, Turkey’s Adem Asil wins two men’s golds


American women, Jade Carey, Jordan Chiles and Shilese Jonesdominated the World Cup in Paris, France, which took place on September 24 and 25, winning three gold and three silver medals, while Adam Asil of Turkey was the only gymnast to win two gold medals winning the rings and vault titles.

The three Americans, Carey, Chiles and Jones, won individual event titles at the prestigious World Cup in the French capital, and each gymnast also picked up a silver medal on Sunday in all four event finals. Tokyo Olympics gold medalist Jade Carey clinched the vault title with a score of 14.375. Later, Carey won the silver medal on beam behind France Marine Boyer who was the only non-American winner in the women’s competition. Boyer recorded 13.700 for the balance beam title edging out Carey on a tiebreaker.

Shilese Jones eluded top qualifier and multiple medalist at the Tokyo Olympics Rebecca Andrade (BRA) on uneven bars 14.700 to 14.650 to win the title in this event. Jones also placed second on floor at 13.500 behind teammate Jordan Chiles who won the gold medal at 14.050. Chiles, a silver medalist at the Tokyo Olympics (team), also placed second on vault behind her teammate Carey.

The other medalists in the women’s competition were Coline Devillard of France, third on vault, Lisa Vaelen of Belgium, bronze medalist on bars, black eli Canadian bronze medalist on balance beam and Jennifer Gadirov of Great Britain winning the bronze medal on floor.

On the men’s side, Ireland won the first two titles in the six apparatus finals. Eamon Montgomery took the title on floor with 14.250, followed by Chia Hung Tang (TPE) 14,200 and Benjamin Osberg (ENG) 14,200. Rhys McClenghanEuropean and World medalist, won the pommel horse title with 15.100 followed by Nariman Kurbanov (KAZ) 14,450 and Yu-Jan Shiao (PET) 14.350.

Turkey’s Adem Asil was the only double gold medalist in Paris. He took the title on rings with a 14.800, followed by the Austrian Vinzenz Hoeck 14,700 and Donnell Whittenburg from the United States with 14,600. Shortly after winning his gold medal on rings, Asil took the vault title with a score of 14.725. from Brazil Caio Souza won the silver medal on this event with 14.575, followed by Israel Artem Dolgopyat 14.325.

Souza won the parallel bars title with 14.700, beating Brody Malone from the United States which posted 14,600. The bronze medalist in this event was Whittenburg with 14.200. Defending high bar world bronze medalist Malone won the title in his best event clocking 14.650. Ilias Georgiou from Cyprus won the silver medal with 14.400, followed by the European, World and Olympic medalist Tin Srbic from Croatia who won bronze with 14.050.

World Challenge Cup 2022 Paris, France – September 24-25


Women’s jump:

  1. Jade Carey United States 14,375
  2. Jordan Chiles United States 14,025
  3. Coline Devillard FRA 13.850

Uneven bars:

  1. Shilese Jones United States 14,700
  2. Rebeca Andrade BRA 14.650
  3. Lisa Vaelen BEL 14.100

Balance beam:

  1. Marine Boyer FRA 13,750*
  2. Jade Carey United States 13,750
  3. Eli Black CAN 13.700

Women’s floor:

  1. Jordan Chiles United States 14,050
  2. Shilese Jones United States 13,500
  3. Jennifer Gadirova GBR 13.250

Men’s floor:

  1. Eamon Montgomery IRL 14.250
  2. Chia-Hung Tang TPE 14.200*
  3. Benjamin Osberger FRA 14,200

Pommel horse:

  1. Rhys McClenaghan IRL 15.100
  2. Nariman Kurbanov KAZ 14.450
  3. Yu-Jan Shiao TPE 14.350

Rings again:

  1. Adem Asil TUR 14.800
  2. Vinzenz Hoeck AUT 14.700
  3. Donnell Whittenburg United States 14,600

Men’s Jump:

  1. Adem Asil TUR 14.725
  2. Caio Souza BRA 14.575
  3. Artem Dolgopyat ISR 14.325

Parallel bars:

  1. Caio Souza BRA 14.700
  2. Brody Malone United States 14,600
  3. Donnell Whittenburg United States 14,200

Horizontal bar :

  1. Brody Malone United States 14,650
  2. Ilias Georgiou CYP 14.400
  3. Tin Srbic CRO 14.050

*Tie broken in favor of the gymnast with the highest execution score

Recent International Gymnast Online features on World Challenge Cup Paris 2022 competitions include:


Albania’s Matvei Petrov: ‘For gold maybe I need to be in perfect shape’

Albania’s Petrov: ‘In the final everything was different’


Austrian Vinzenz Höck: “I hope I will reach my peak at the Paris Olympics”

Austrian champion Benda heads for Olympic Square


Recent training breaks refresh Belgian Brassart for Tokyo Games

After Bloody Fall, the Belgian Maxime Gentges boldly faces the Europeans

Belgian Lisa Vaelen “can’t complain” about her fourth place in the vault at the Europeans


Rebeca Andrade from Brazil: ‘Once again I gave 110% of myself’


Canada’s Felix Dolci: “I know what I want and how to get there”

From Anxiety to Ecstasy: William Emard Makes Canadian Gymnastics History

Emard from Canada in quarantine: “There were also positives in isolation”

Canada’s Denelle Pedrick: ‘I’ve gained confidence over the years and it shows’


Korent on COVID-19: “We will all have to get through this together”

Croatian Tin Srbic finds silver lining in success limited to Europeans

Croatian Tin Srbic: “I said to myself: ‘We’re going all-in'”

Srbic urges quarantined gymnasts to ‘reflect on their goals and dreams’


Egyptian gymnasts make modern history as they target Paris 2024


Frenchwoman Aline Friess aims for the role as “a safe bet for the team”

Frenchman De Jesus Dos Santos: ‘I have to work hard to achieve my goals’


Briton Joshua Nathan: ‘I think I’ve improved with these results’

hong kong:

Hong Kong’s Hiu Ying Wong: ‘I see every opportunity to play as a blessing’


Dominick Cunningham makes his Ireland debut: ‘Exciting is the word’

Ireland’s Emma Slevin attributes the historic results to ‘a much more positive mindset’


Israel’s Dolgopyat: “It’s the best gift for my country”

Medvedev on COVID-19: “We can choose how we approach crises”

Myakinin from Israel: “I can seriously participate in future competitions with the strongest gymnasts”

Ofir Netzer from Israel: “I don’t feel too old; on the contrary, I feel stronger than ever’

Israel’s Lihie Raz: ‘I did my best to channel the pressure’


World Cup series winner Nariman Kurbanov of Kazakhstan aims for ‘golden mean’


Holland’s historic Loran De Munck: ‘I was calm and did my thing’


Arican from Turkey: “It’s a very big, big medal”

Arican Awards Post-COVID Europeans Gold to “One Word – Dedication”

Arican from Turkey: “I am ready and aware like never before”

United States:

Jade Carey: “I don’t feel the temptation to dilute”

Jade Carey: ‘It’s everything we ever dreamed of’

Jordan Chiles: ‘I found a better version of myself’

American classic hit ‘definitely a big thing’ for Chilis

Chiles on winning the Winter Cup: “This version of my routines was ready now”

New US champion Malone sticks to plan for Tokyo: ‘It’s worked well so far’

New US champion Malone sticks to plan for Tokyo: ‘It’s worked well so far’


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