Final day of World Championships competitions kicks off in Baku’s National Gymnastics Arena
The final day of the 37th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championship has kicked off at the National Gymnastics Arena in Baku on Sept.22, Trend reports.
The final day of the Championship features team finals in group exercises. Teams are set to compete in exercises with five balls, three hoops and two pairs of clubs.
The 37th Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships will last until Sept. 22. The first day of the competitions will see qualifications in an individual program, and gymnasts will perform in the exercises with a hoop and a ball.
The Championships are the qualification competition for the Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo in 2020. So, the first 16 individual gymnasts (max. two gymnasts per country) in the all-around ranking will qualify for the Games.
More than 300 gymnasts from 61 countries will compete for nine sets of medals. “Fairy Tales will come to life" is the motto of the championships.