Paris World Cup 2022
The 2022 Paris World Cup, also known as the Paris World Challenge Cup, was held from September 24-25 at the Accorhotels Arena in Paris, France. Top gymnasts representing over twenty countries came together and competed in the same hall that will host the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. Over 24,000 spectators packed the arena for this auspicious event, and the athletes did not disappoint! Quatro was grateful to have the opportunity to outfit several of the gymnasts competing as well cheer on several of our Global Ambassadors. Here are some of the highlights.
in the Women’s Competition
Two time Olympian Marine Boyer won gold on the balance beam ahead of American Jade Carey with a score of 13.75 and has qualified for the World Championships to be held from October 29th - November 6th 2022 in Liverpool.
Aline Friess of France placed 6th on bars with a 13.6 and has also qualified to compete in the World Championships to be held from October 29 - November 6th 2022 in Liverpool.
Kaia Tanskanen competed for Finland and did a beautiful Yurchenko one-and-a-half and took fifth on vault with a 12.925.
Eamon Montgomery of Ireland was a surprise winner in the men's floor final, which included the reigning Olympic champion Artem Dolgopyat of Israel. Montgomery scored a 14.250 for gold.
Rhys McClenaghan captured another men's gold medal for Ireland in the pommel horse final with an impressive score of 15.100.