pommel


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pommel

the high part at the front of the seat of the riding saddle.
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The pommel suggests the coming together of Anglo-Saxon and British or Irish high cultures, experts believe.
My maths isn't the best but I knew I needed to end well on pommel and it worked out, I'm really happy.
A silver in the team event was followed by a silver in the individual All-Around - an aperitif for the final day on the pommel and boy did he give that horse one hell of a pommeling.
Scotland's Keatings put that disappointment behind him though to claim gold on the pommel horse.
The 24-year-old star of Strictly Come Dancing made his return to competitive action at the English championships and claimed second place on the pommel horse behind overall champion Max Whitlock.
The 24-year-old has not competed in a major competition since leading Great Britain to an historic team bronze medal at London 2012 and also winning an individual silver in the pommel horse.
GREAT Britain's Max Whitlock had to settle for silver in the pommel horse final at the World Gymnastics championships in Antwerp yesterday.
Whitlock (pictured right), who won Olympic pommel horse bronze at London 2012, also qualified for the pommel horse final in seventh place with a routine of 15.
Berki is a pommel horse specialist has also been the World Champion in 2010 and 2011.
Keatings added to his three senior golds earned on the pommel horse, parallel bars and high bar on Saturday with victory on the pommel and p-bars.
This elegant little weapon, with its unusual pommel set with tiny classical figures in relief, embodies perfectly the idea that a sword was considered a work of art as well as a weapon.
LOUIS SMITH was a part of the British men's gymnastic team who finished a surprise third last week and won the bronze medal in Beijing on the pommel horse and he is a top-priced evens to grab gold on that apparatus this afternoon, writes Adam Scriven.