MAG Team, All-Around Finals and Qualif for East Asian Games 2013
The 6th EAG opening ceremony was unveiled in Tianjin Sports Center Stadium. The short 80-minute show was full of splendor, decentness, and distinctiveness of Tianjin and China.
At the end of the ceremony, no main martial torch was lighted. However, the light-effect flame and water curtain created by high technologies enthralled the audiences. The pattern of Tianjin EAG Badge and the words of Tianjin Welcomes You rolled out on the water curtain.
The 80-minute opening ceremony, short but decent, was an unforgotten relish thanks to its merry music sounds and smiling performers. Frankly speaking, this simple opening ceremony was indeed a splendid and glamorous one for its remaining of all classical sports event elements.
Congratulations to Liu Rongbing, Deng Shudi won respectively the first and the second place of All-Around Final of the 6th East Asian Games; therefore, Shogo Nonomura from Japan wins the bronze medal.
Men’s All-Around Final
1. Liu Rongbing, China, 90.650
2. Deng Shudi, China, 90.350
3. Shogo Nonomura, Japan, 88.200
MAG Team Final Results from 2013 East Asian Games
Congratulations to Chinese team composed with Huang Xi, Zhang Yang, Liu Rongbing, Huang Yuguo, Deng Shudi and Ji Lianshen for the first place in team finals with a large total of 360.200 following by Japan with 340.100 pts
Men’s Team Final
1. China, 360.200
2. Japan, 354.100
3. South Korea, 340.100
All the results in the Box of the event