Breanna Scott has had a fantastic start to her first World Cup campaign for the year where she is competing on both Floor and Beam apparatus and showcasing amazing new skills like her Double Layout on floor.
Breanna took away the Bronze medal in the Floor Final as well as placing 14th on Beam during qualifications.
In the Floor Final, Breanna put on a stunning performance that wowed the judges and spectators alike. She executed her routine with precision and grace, earning a Bronze-winning score of 12.800 and receiving the equal highest execution score of the night.
Breanna's success at the Doha World Cup is a testament to her hard work and dedication. As a gymnast, she spends coutnless hours training and perfecting her routines, and her results in Doha are a clear indication that her hard work is paying off!
Breanna's next challenge will be at the Baku World Cup, where she will have the opportunity to compete against some of the best gymnasts in the world. It's clear that Breanna's hard work over the Australian summer has set her up for strong routines at her upcoming events. We wish Breanna all the best for the upcoming competitions and we can't wait to see what she will achieve at the Baku World Cup!