Competing in the second subdivision of Team Finals, the Ontario men’s team of Chris Kaji, David Sandro, Dorian Doan, Elel Baker, Evgeny Siminiuc, and Kenji Tamane held a strong lead from their first rotation on parallel bars to retain the Canada Games gold title with 315.200 points. L’équipe Québec led by young Canada Games veteran Félix Dolci repeated for the silver medal with 312.400.
With their best-ever performance since hometown fourth in 2011, Team Nova Scotia ascended to the podium for the bronze medal with 298.750 points.
Félix Dolci, QC – MAG C1 S1 Vault (Pool/Kathy Tippe)
Individually, Félix Dolci of Québec, competing in his second Canada Games, leads the all around qualifications with 80.400 points. In 2015, Dolci, then 12 years old, almost won the all around title but pinged off high bar to finish with the silver medal behind Justin Karstadt in Ontario. Dolci also ranks first on floor, pommel horse, vault, and high bar.
The Men’s Individual All Around Final will take place at 16:00 (MDT) on Wednesday and feature the top 36 individuals qualified in Monday’s Team Competiton, first 3 per province plus remaining top finishers to round out the field. At this time, the qualified finalists appear to be:
Yellow-highlighted rankings are top 3 per province/territory team. There were 9 teams, so the green-highlighted ranking is for the 28th to 36th gymnasts. All this is unofficial and subject to change.
On Youtube, there appears to be a digital rights configuration problem preventing most replays. If it ever works properly, here is a saved playlist.
On Sportzsoft – mobile: http://www.sportzsoft.com/LiveMeet/LiveMeet.dll/LiveMeet?SessionId=0222080951337#aSession or web: http://www.sportzsoft.com/meet/meetWeb.dll/MeetResults?SessionId=0222080951337
Detailed results on Gym Score Depot