Watch Max Whitlock win gold for Team GB in pommel horse | Olympics 2020

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This is the moment Team GB’s Max Whitlock claims gold in the pommel horse at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The gymnast’s routine scored him 15.583. The result, alongside two World Championship titles, makes him the all-time most successful gymnast in the event.

Whitlock’s success means he’s now the seventh British competitor to win at least six Olympic medals after swimmer Duncan Scott secured another medal earlier on Sunday.

Read more on his victory: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/olympics/2021/08/01/gymnastics-tokyo-olympics-2020-live-max-whitlock-gb-final/

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