Bronze on Floor for Montgomery at the 2023 Cairo World Cup!

29th April 2023, 15:51p.m. | International

Saturday 29th April, Cairo, Egypt; Irish gymnast Eamon Montgomery has won the bronze medal on floor after scoring 14.066 at the 2023 Artistic Apparatus World Cup final today!

Talking about his experience Eamon Montgomery said: “I was happy enough with the routine today (...) I can do better, I didn't have as many sticks as I should but I'll get there in time. I'll get some rest now and I'll get back in a few weeks...”

Montgomery’s coach Conor McGovern added: Very proud of how Eamon represented his country today, he is showing that he is amongst the top floor workers in the world and he has a great ability to compete and that is a testament to the hard work he consistently is putting in with his coaches.

Gymnastics Ireland Performance and Technical Manager, Sally Johnson said: Fantastic news for Eamon to finish of the World Cup circuit with a Bronze Medal! Congratulations to all!

Gymnastics Ireland CEO Ciaran Gallagher added: “Super performance from Eamon and an excellent build on his consistent final positions that he has hit in the previous World Cups this year! He is now well established as a floor specialist on the international circuit and this podium finish today is recognition of this! Congratulations Eamon & coach Conor out in Egypt! Also congrats to our National Coach Luke Carson & Performance & Technical Manager Sally Johnson. As ever continued thanks to our partners Sport Ireland and Sport Ireland Institute!''

Attention now shifts to tomorrow’s (30th April) Vault final where gymnast Dominick Cunningham will compete from 10am Irish time. Finals will be shown live in the following link:

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