Gymnast Jake Jarman earns his FOURTH gold medal of the Commonwealth Games by winning the men’s vault

Gymnast Jake Jarman becomes the first Englishman in 24 YEARS to win FOUR gold medals at the same Commonwealth Games after triumphing in the men’s vault final

Jake Jarman has secured his fourth gold medal of the Commonwealth Games after winning the men’s vault final. 

It has been a remarkable few days for the 20-year-old, who is competing in his first major senior championships. 

He has also claimed gold in the all-around, floor and team events in a debut Games to remember. 

Gymnast Jake Jarman, 20, has secured his fourth gold medal of the Commonwealth Games

Fellow Brit Giarnni Regini-Morgan took silver in the vault on his 24th birthday, while Australia’s James Bacueti collected the bronze medal. 

Peterborough-born Jarman is the first Englishman to win four goal medals at the same Games since shooter Mick Gault in Kuala Lumpur 24 years ago.

He was the only gymnast in the final to attempt a vault with a 6.0 degree of difficulty and finished with a total score of 14.916. Regini-Moran scored 14.633 and Bacueti recorded 14.283. 

England have now won 12 gymnastics medals in Birmingham, including eight golds. 

Today is the final day of competition at the Utilita Arena and while Jarman is not back in action, England could still add to their medal tally in the men’s parallel bars and horizontal bar and women’s balance beam and floor. 

More to follow. 


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