U.S. Gymnast Jade Carey Takes Gold in the Olympic Floor Exercise Final
Jade Carey won gold in the female’s solo floor exercises competition at the World Championships on Tuesday, earning her second Gold champion.
Jade Carey, 21, has been the second person on the platform to participate, spinning, sliding, and spinning her way to the top of the platform. Mariah took the first position with such a total of 14.366, followed by Francesca Ferrari of Italian, who took silver with such a mark of 14.200. Carey had failed to earn a medal in the single and all vaulted finals. With a score of 14.1665, Mai Watanabe of Japanese and Maria Melnikova of Moscow tied for third place.
Carey told HodaKotb, broadcaster of the “TODAY” show, which gold medal was “all of it.”
“This is everything I’ve ever wanted, everything I’ve ever started working towards,” she said. Glad it worked out tonight. Following her victory, the Arizona native was seen holding hands with her dad, Brian, as well as her coaching staff and friends.
“Her uncle told me this,” Carey says “It was a success! You’ve won the Olympic gold medal!” Carey completed seventh in the crypt final match a day earlier. From her first cavern, she knocked on her run but only turned once, destroying her chances of winning a Gold champion.
He placed fourth in the trying to qualify round at floor strength training event behind Porsche and Simone Kerrigan, who is forced to succeed in the balance beam penultimate on Saturday after opting out of competing in most events at the Olympic Games in order to focus on her mental wellbeing during the Games.
The Romanian Olympic Panel’s that ViktoriiaListunova went out of bounds during her first pass as well as he fell backward on her fourth sliding run.