An Indian female artistic gymnast and 22-year-old from Hyderabad, Aruna Reddy has won the bronze in the Women’s vaults category in the World Gymnastics Championship. This is India’s first ever world cup medal and Aruna become first to made history in world championship which was held in Melbourne.
Aruna Reddy thanked he father along with coaches who became pillars for her big achievement. Aruna finished with an average score of 13.699 after two attempts. Tiasa Kysslef of Slovenia finished with silver whereas Australia’s Emily Whitehead won the gold medal. After two attempts, Pragati Nayak, the second Indian in the fray finished with a score of 13.416.
Aruna started certainly in the finals, deciding on a level of 4.600 where she scored 9.066 on execution and scored 13.666. When it comes to her second attempt, she picked a higher difficulty of 4.800 yet dealt with an execution score of 8.833, giving her an aggregate of 13.633.
Aruna is a former karate coach and won her first National decoration in 2015. This helped her to move towards sports. At 2014 Commonwealth Games, she completed fourteenth at the capability round of the Vault contraption and ran one up with a ninth-put complete at the Asian Games.
India’s Rakesh Patra has done phenomenal in Men’s vaulting with the score of 13.733 and has likewise made it to the last in parallel bars. The staying last rivalries will be hung on forthcoming Sunday.