ARABIASAUDITA. Thailand, Italy, Turkiye, Korea, China, Ivory Coast and Jordan were the teams that managed to win gold medals in the Grand Prix Final.
Jordan was the only nation to win two golds at this championship, clinching first place by teams for the first time in history.
In addition to adding precious medals to their trophy cabinets and points to their rankings, today’s gold, silver, and bronze medalists earned $6,000, $3,000, and $1,000, respectively, in prize money.
1.Panipak Wongpattanakit (Thailand)
2.Merve Dincel (Turkiye)
3.Adriana Cerezo (spain)
1.Simone Alessio (Italy)
2. Geon-woo Seo (Korea)
3. Seif Eissa (Egypto)
1.Sude Yaren Uzuncavdar (Turkiye)
2.Bianca Cook (GB)
3. Nafia Kus (Turkiye)
1.Jun Jang (Korea)
2. Mohamed Khalil Jendoubi (Tunisia)
3. Cyrian Ravet (France)
1.Zongshi Luo (China)
2. Hatice Kubra Ilgun (Turkiye)
3. Skyla Park (Canadá)
1.Cheick Sallah Cisse (Cote d’Ivoire)
2. Carlos Sansores (Mexico)
3. Dejan Georgievski (MDK)
1.Julyana Al-Sadeq (Jordan)
2.Mengyu Zhang (China)
3. Magda Wiet (France)
1. Zaid Kareem (Jordan)
2. Ulugbek Rashitov (Uzbekistan)
3. Hakan Recber (Turquía).