The most thrilling and surprising part of any World Championships took place Friday and Saturday in Doha, Qatar with event finals closing out an incredibly suspenseful and competitive World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

The best women’s gymnasts in the world competed across four events to determine the World Champion on each apparatus in the event finals.

Simone Biles and Morgan Hurd after women’s floor finals Photo: John Cheng

Vault

1. Simone Biles (U.S.)- 15.366
2. Shallon Olsen (Canada)- 14.516
3. Alexa Moreno (Mexico)- 14.508
4. Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan)- 14.3
5. Yeo Seojeong (South Korea)- 14.233
6. Liu Jinru (China)- 14.15
7. Ellie Black (Canada)- 14.116
8. Pyon Rye Yong (North Korea)- 13.616

Uneven Bars

1. Nina Derwael (Belgium)- 15.2
2. Simone Biles (U.S.)- 14.7
3. Elizabeth Seitz (Germany)- 14.6
4. Luo Huan (China)- 14.5
5. Aliya Mustafina (Russia)- 14.433
6. Morgan Hurd (U.S.)- 14.433
7. Becky Downie (Great Britain)- 13.333
8. Jonna Adlerteg (Sweden)- 13.166

Balance Beam

1. Liu Tingting (China)- 14.533
2. Ana Padurariu (Canada)- 14.1
3. Simone Biles (U.S.)- 13.6
4. Nina Derwael (Belgium)- 13.466
5. Ellie Black (Canada)- 13.033
6. Kara Eaker (U.S.)- 12.833
7. Sanne Wevers (Netherlands)- 12.666
8. Zhang Jin (China)- 11.500

Floor Exercise

1. Simone Biles (U.S.)- 14.933
2. Morgan Hurd (U.S.)- 13.933
3. Mai Murakami (Japan)- 13.866
4. Angelina Melnikova (Russia)- 13.833
5. Flavia Saraiva (Brazil)- 13.766
6. Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (France)- 3.433
7. Lilia Akhaimova (Russia)- 13.366
8. Brooklyn Moors (Canada)- 13.066

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