Lucija Hribar of Slovenia qualified for the women's balance beam final ©Getty Images

Ukraine’s Daniela Batrona enjoyed a day of good form to qualify for the finals of two more disciplines on the second day of the International Gymnastics Federation Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Cairo.

The 15-year-old, who qualified for the uneven bars final yesterday, topped the qualification in the women’s balance beam thanks to a score of 12.800.

Finishing behind her were Hungary’s Zsófia Kovács on 12.766 and Slovenia’s Lucija Hribar on 12.400.

Canada missed out on qualification after ending the event in 11th with a score of 11.466.

Ukraine’s young star then progressed comfortably in the floor discipline by coming third with a total of 12.566.

Despite her disappointment in the uneven bars, Canadian Laurie Denommée’s 12.933 was unbeatable in floor as she finished first - 200 points above Uzbekistan’s Dildora Aripova in second.

Artem Dolgopyat of Israel won the floor event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics ©Getty Images
Artem Dolgopyat of Israel won the floor event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics ©Getty Images

In the men’s events, Nazar Chepurnyi of Ukraine scored a commanding 14.816 to top the vault while Armenia’s Artur Davtyan was just behind on 14.600.

Artem Dolgopyat, Israel’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic floor champion, completed the top three with a total of 14.449.

Ukraine’s early success continued through Illia Kovtun recording 14.500 to level Cyprus’ Marios Georgiou at the top of the parallel bars’ rankings.

Turkey’s Ferhat Arican, who notched 14.400 points, was the third best in this discipline.

In the men’s high bar, Georgiou ranked first again - this time scoring 14.100 - while Italy’s Carlo Macchini chalked 100 points less in second and Paul Juda of the United States secured 13.933 points.