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Commonwealth Games 2018 - Men's Individual All-Round Final, Gymnastics, India's Yogeshwar Singh Fighting For Medal: Live Updates

India's Yogeshwar Singh is all set to fight for a medal in the All-Round Gymnastics final.
Updated: 07 April 2018 06:57 IST - Published: 07 April 2018 03:02 IST
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That's all from the live coverage of the Men's Individual All-Around Final in the Artistic Gymnastics from the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for all live updates from the marquee event down under.
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Yogeshwar ends his Individual All-Around Final attempt with a total score of 75.600 and will not finish in a medal position.


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India's Yogeshwar Singh finishes his Pommel Horse attempt with a score of 12.250
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Northern Ireland's Ewan McCateer finishes his floor exercise attempt with a score of 11.900
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That's the end of Rotation 5.
The top five gymnasts at this point in the standings are:

1. James Hall (ENG) 69.875
2. Marios Georgiou (CYP) 69.850
3. Nile Wilson (ENG) 69.850
4. Michael Mercieca (AUS) 68.250 
5. Frank Baines (SCO) 68.000

India's Yogeshwar Singh is on the 13th spot with a total of 63.350
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England's James Hall 14.050 on his parallel bars and takes the top spot
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Kiwi Ethan Dick scores 13.600 on his floor exercise attempt
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Welshman Josh Cook finishes with a score of 13.450 on floor exercise
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Canada's Rene Cournoyer scores 13.300 on his parallel bars attempt
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Australian Michael Tone scores 12.850 on his parallel bars attempt
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Malaysian Phay Loo completes his floor exercise attempt with a score of 11.400
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Scotland's Hamish Carter finishes his parallel bars attempt with a score of 13.500
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Cypriot Illias Georgiou has scored 13.950 on his Parallel Bars attempt
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Aussie Michael Mercieca scores 14.100 on his Horizontal Bars attempt
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Daniel Lee from England has an attempt of 13.050 on the floor exercise
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The current leader of the pack Marios Georgiou is on the Parallel bars and scores 13.950
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India's Yogeshwar Singh is up next on the floor exercise and has an attempt of 11.400
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Northern Ireland's Ewan Mcateer scores 12.850 on the Horizontal Bars
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England's Nile Wilson is up next on the parallel bars and scores 14.600
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Frank Baines goes next on the parallel bars and scores 13.200
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Rhys McClenaghan hits the floor exercise and scores an attempt of 12.050
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Canada's Rene Cournoyer finishes with a score of 14.300
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Scotland's Hamish Carter is up next on the vault and finishes with a score of 14.100
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Jersey's Daniel finishes the horizontal bar with an attempt of 13.050
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New Zealand's Mikhail Koudinov is up next on the parallel bars and finishes with a 11.950 attempt.
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That concludes the third rotation. Here are the top five:

Marios Georgiou (CYP) - 41.650
James Hall (ENG) - 41.300
Nile Wilson (ENG) - 40.900
Michael Tone (AUS) - 40.750
Frank Baines (SCO) - 40.650

India's Yogeshwar Singh is tied for 7th place with a score of 39.700 points. 
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Phay Xing Loo finishes the rotation with an 11.900 attempt at the parallel bars. 
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Hamish Carter back in his element with a 13.250 attempt at the rings. 
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A strong 14.000 attempt at the vault from Ewan McAteer followed by a 13.000 attempt on the parallel bars from his compatriot Rhys McClenaghan. 
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Yogeshwar starts with an impressive 13.000 at the parallel bars, ties on seventh place with Canada's Rene Cournoyer. 
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Frank Baines and Michael Mercieca excel at the vault, pick up 14.200 and 13.750 points respectively. 
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England's Nile Wilson is now in 3rd place with a humongous 14.500 effort at the rings. 
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Marios Georgiou continues to have a field day, a 13.950 attempt on the rings. 
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Michael Koudinov registers 13.600 at the vault while Wales' Josh Cook's first attempt at the parallel bars fetches him 12.550.  
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There's no stopping James Hall today. Yet another staggering show of skill to pick up 14.200 points from the rings event. 
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Australia's Michael Tone jumps into the lead with a 13.850 attempt at the vault while Canada's Rene Cournoyer puts in a strong performance at the rings to add 14.000 points to his tally. 
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We are now in the third rotation. 

Yogeshwar Singh is set to feature in the parallel bars section. 
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At the end of the second rotation, here are the top five leaders:

Marios Georgiou (CYP) - 27.700
James Hall (ENG) - 27.100
Michael Tone (AUS) - 26.900
Josh Cook (WAL) - 26.850
Yogeshwar Singh (IND) - 26.700
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Australia's Michael Mercieca caps off the second rotation with a commendable 13.400 attempt at the rings. 
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Oops!

Cyrpus' Ilias Georgiou stumbles on the Pommel Horse. Finishes with 11.600 from the second rotation. 
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Ewan McAteer is not having the best of days. First a 10.700 attempt on the Pommel Horse and now a 10.300 attempt at the rings. 
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Meanwhile, Cyprus' Marios Georgiou powers his way through to the top with a graceful 14.100 attempt on the Pommel Horse. 
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Herculean effort from Yogeshwar Singh! 
A 14.100 attempt at the vault!
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England's duo of James Hall and Nile Wilson add 13.550 and 12.600 from the Pommel Horse round to their tally. 
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Move aside everyone! Rhys McClenaghan is in town! Takes the lead in the vault event with a stunning performance of 14.000 points.  
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Outstanding show from New Zealand's Ethan Dick! The perfect run and then the dream finish, gathering 13.900 points on his first vault attempt. 
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The vault is also underway for the first time. 

Wales' Josh Cook registers an impressive 13.800 followed by Malaysia's Phay Xing Loo at 13.400.

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Jamaica's Reiss Beckford carries on from where he left off, a magnificent 13.450 worth attempt at the rings. 
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Last rotation's leader Hamish Carter stumbles on the Pommel Horse, registers only 11.750 on his first attempt. 
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Now we move on to the second rotation.