Dorina Böczögő, who has been training in Piqueskaba on the floor for many years, improved by a tenth over her qualifying performance, so she got 13,166 points. Later, she was only preceded by Brazilian Julia Soares, so after the gold medal in Cairo, Olympian Dorina Boczogi twice won a silver medal on the floor this time.
This means winning the Vk singles series on the ground, taking into account the combined results of the four World Cups – Cottbus (not started), Doha (third place), Cairo (first place) and Baku (second place). She became the first Hungarian gymnast to tell about herself.
“I am very happy to have won the silver, and I received the best E of my life,” Böczögő said on the Hungarian Association website. “It went well together, the dances went well, the judges love my practice, and I enjoy it too. I was scared on the first line because I didn’t start at the beginning of the first element the way I wanted and it’s hard to correct from there, but now I’m able to line up just like I did In Element 2. This was also the case in Cairo, and it was a huge success for me.
During Saturday’s finals, Postás SE gymnast Csenge Bácskay also won a silver medal. Nicolette Szilagy (UTE), who once played gymnastics in Piquescapa, finished eighth on the bar. Schermann Bianka (MTK) finished seventh on the crossbar and ground (11833) with 11,866 points.