The 18-year-old didn’t go empy-handed in the 43rd Turnier Der Meister FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup in Cottbus, Germany after bagging bronze in the men’s floor excercise on Saturday, November 24.
He recorded 14.5 points in the finals for a podium finish as Israel’s Artem Dolgopyat (14.8) and Netherland’s Casimir Schmidt (14.5) clinched gold and silver, respectively.
Despite tallying the same score as the Dutch, Yulo settled for a bronze after recording a lower score in the execution department (8.3) than Schmidt (8.6)
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