Austria’s triplet sisters Anna-Maria Alexandri and Eirini Alexandri presented the strongest Free routine this morning, receiving 91.2668. The only routine to surpass the 90 mark.
Second were the twins from France, Laura and Charlotte Tremble with 88.0668 followed by another set of twins, representing the Netherlands Bregje and Noortje de Brouwer who received 87.8000.
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Interesting that the Top three this morning are either twins or in the case of Austria triplets, which emphasizes for sure the beauty of seeing identical bodies, facial expressions, and movements.
The quota for the Duet event in the Tokyo Olympic Games is twenty-two duets. Through the different steps of the qualifying system thirteen countries, Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, and Ukraine, have already secured their participation in Tokyo.
In the morning, the twenty-three duets competing for a chance at one of nine starting positions in Tokyo presented their Free routines, followed in the afternoon by their Technical routines. At the conclusion of the Technical Duet event, the twelve duets with the highest combined score of their Free and Technical routines will qualify to compete in the finals tomorrow, June 13th, bringing them one step closer to qualification for the Olympic Games. The best nine in the final Free Duet event will earn their ticket to Tokyo.