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Dolci wins men’s all-around title at 2019 Canada Games

After a poor showing on the pommel horse, Dolci had to scramble back to top the podium, and did so in commanding style with top results on vault, high bar, and floor, leading to his total score of 80.150.

“I’m really happy with the competition itself,” said Dolci who had qualified for today’s finals in first place. “I think I had a couple little mistakes here and there, but I pretty much pulled it out at the end. I was aiming for the gold, and I got it so I feel blessed. I’m going to keep working on fighting to the end, because that’s really what helped me today. After pommel, it was really hard, I had to catch up that score so I really fought to the end to get back into first place. I think that’s really important to focus on as I head into the next competition.”

It was a tie for the silver medal between David Sandro from Team Ontario and Félix Blaquière from Team Quebec who both scored 78.600 overall.

“Making my pommels routine was definitely my highlight,” said Sandro who ended the night with the top score on that apparatus. “In the team competition it was really messy. Today it was good – I took down my start value a little bit, but I ended up with a better score.”

Blaquière had solid results across the board, other than a low result on the parallel bars, but he was happy with his result overall: “It’s been a good competition. I was hoping for a good result, and I managed to come second, so I’m feeling good. I stuck most of my routines, which really helped me get all my points.”

Team Ontario athletes also finished 4th, 5th, and 6th truly showing the strength of their gold-medal winning team.

The artistic gymnastics competition at the 2019 Canada Games wraps-up Thursday with the apparatus finals for both men and women starting at 3:30pm.

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