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ROTATION 6.5: Britain on floor, Japan on pommel, Ukraine on rings, USA on high bar.
Oleg Stepko, rings: 15.033, I believe. Beautiful work as always for him.
Max Whitlock, floor: 3.5 to front half, OOB. Randi. Russians. 2.5 to Rudi. Does this boy ever stop twisting? Apparently not. Triple full to end. Max looks immensely relieved and happy. The crowd loves it. 15.166.
John Orozco, high bar: Liukin. Layout Tkacthev. Rybalko. Tkatchev half. Tak full to Yama. Full twisting double layout, stuck, windmills his arms to keep from stepping back and finally steps back to salute the judges. Nice cover up, but they won’t be fooled. 15.333.
Kazuhito Tanaka, pommel: This routine is received with muted applause.
Jonathan Horton, high bar: Cassina, excellent! Layout Kovacs, excellent as well. Kolman, well done. Rybalko. Tak full to extra giant to Yamawaki. One armed giant. Full twisting double layout, STUCK. He takes a moment to soak it in, plays to the crowd, points one finger at them.
Daniel Purvis, floor: Front double pike to single stag, excellent. 1.5 to front double full, excellent. Layout Thomas. 2.5 to front tuck full. Ends with terrific double front, looks overjoyed. The crowd also is overjoyed! They’re screaming and celebrating and can’t get enough. 15.533.
Kristian Thomas, floor: The tall man of Britain hits a wonderful set with front double full to front 1 3/4, Arabian double front, 2.5 to front full and a lot of other wonderful things. Sticks his Arabian double front and PANDEMONIUM break out!
Danell Leyva, high bar: Tak full, not in handstand, to Yama. Liukin. Layout Kovacs. Blind. Tak half to layout Tkacthev. Double double layout with a step back. 15.866 is not enough to put USA in the top three.
Kohei Uchimura, pommel: And he’s the man to bring it home. But flubs his dismount and kind of stalks off the podium. Not at all the way Japan wanted to end it’s competition.
What a moment for British Gymnastics! The boys are laughing, hugging and even getting a little emotional. They stand together posing for photos. Eddie van Hoof can’t get the grin off his face. China over by pommel horse posing for photos with gold stars in their hands, all obviously thrilled.
The U.S. men are slapping hands and hugging the British guys. What a competitive men’s team final! Russia, which ended with kind of a whimper on high bar, has put on their warmups and looks very ready to depart.
Great moment for this Ukranian team too, which performed so much difficulty with so much elegance. How nice for them to earn bronze.
ROTATION SIX: Russia on high bar, Germany on floor, China on pommel, France on rings.
David Belyavskiy, high bar: Yamawaki. Stalders. Full twisting double layout. Hmmm..did he do a big release off the top that I missed?
Philipp Boy, floor: Prepare for another gutty performance from Boy…1.5 to full twisting front 1 3/4. 2.5 to front tuck half, was supposed to be a front tuck full but he had a weak takeoff and had to save it. Triple full with a step back.
Chen Yibing, pommel: Didn’t see it.
Gael da Silva, rings: Nice double double tuck dismount off rings to lead off the French offensive on rings.
Igor Pakhomenko, high bar: A nice routine but too simple.
Marcel Nguyen, floor: Layout double double to open, STUCK. Stuck second pass but ended with halfhearted scissone. He’s like, “all these girly jumps at the end of tumbling passes — I’m not doing that!” Nice full in tuck dismount.
Guo Weiyang, pommel: One form break halfway through the routine, but he doesn’t come off. Hit routine. The Chinese are going to win…
Hamilton Sabot, rings: Didn’t see it. He made his dismount well, however.
Emin Garabov, high bar: Layout Tkatchev to Rybalko. Tkatchev layout half, very nice. But bends his arms on the giant swinging out of it. Layout double double with a hop forward to end. The Russian routines on high bar have not been hard enough to score really well, but he pumps his fist to the crowd anyway. Great start, weak ending — the story of Russia in this competition..
Fabian Hambuechen, floor: Solid routine with full in tuck to close. 15.066.
Zhang Chenglong, pommel: The Chinese watch this routine with their arms linked together. When he finishes — and make no mistake, he hit it — you saw four men who just realized they are now Olympic gold medalists. Two of them look overjoyed, and I think Chen Yibing? is on the ground. Zhang throws one finger in the air as he exits the podium. Let the celebration begin!
Pierre Yves Beny, rings:
ROTATION 5.5.: Russia on pbars, Germany on high bar, China on floor, France on pommel
Alexsandr Balandin, pbars: Falls onto the bars briefly during inside Diamadov after wonderful front double pike between the rails! Kind of biffs his double pike dismount as well, takes an awkward shuffle forward. Bad news for Russia.
Philipp Boy, high bar: Kolman and nowhere near catching the bar. He had a big fall on a Cassina in competition last year and the skill has been in his head ever since.
Feng Zhe, floor: Full twisting double layout with a step back. 1.5 to Rudi side pass. Scrappy front double full to front tuck full. Tucked Thomas. Half in half out dismount and hops OOB with one foot. 14.4.
Hamilton Sabot, pommel horse: Hit routine from what I saw.
Zhang Chenglong, floor: Randi, stuck, nice. Front double full to Rudi, tiny foot shuffle. 2.5 to front tuck full, stuck. Layout Thomas. Triple full, and he raises his arms slowly in victory. China, China, China…they may be Olympic champs again tonight.
Pierre Yves Beny, pommel: 15.033. Lovely!
Marcel Nguyen, high bar: Kolman. Tak full to Yama, nice. Tak half to tucked Kovacs. Double double layout.
David Belyavskiy, pbars: Ends his routine with stuck uprise to double front dismount. WOW. That was beautiful! So was the rest of the routine, from what I saw.
Zou Kai, floor: STUCK double double layout. 1.5 to full twisting front 1 3/4. Front double full to front tuck full, small hop. 2.5 to Rudi. Whip to layout Thomas. Double double tuck, small hop. WOW of a routine. 15.8.
Fabian Hambuechen, high bar: Tak half. Kolman, very nice. Layout Tkatchev. Rybalko. Tak full to Yama. Double double layout with a step forward.
Cyril Tommasone, pommel: 15.466. Nice rotation for France on horse.
ROTATION FIVE: USA on pbars, Britain on high bar, Japan on floor, Ukraine on pommel
Sam Mikulak, pbars: Gienger. Tippelt. Back toss. Stutz. Double pike with a very, very small hop.
Dan Purvis, high bar: One armed giant. Tak full, small form break, to Yamawaki. Double double? layout dismount, STUCK. Crowd roars.
Kazuhito Tanaka, floor: Front double full to punch front half. Arabian 1 3/4 layout. Hand down on 2.5 to front tuck full is a big problem! Hop back, almost OOB on triple full dismount. 13.733.
Oleg Stepko, pommel: Wonderful work. 15.0.
John Orozco, pbars: So far, so good. And stuck double pike dismount!
Sam Oldham, high bar: Layout Tkatchev. Rybalko. Tak half to Tkatchev half and misses the bar. He looks shocked. The crowd lets out a collective scream. Gets up again to a huge round of applause. 14.0.
Ryohei Kato, floor: 3.5 to front tuck half. Arabian double pike. 2.5 to front tuck full. A bit of a scrappy tumbler, not too elegant, but he gets the job done. Triple full dismount, STUCK. And he pumps his arms.
Mykola Kuksenkov, pommel: Another excellent and beautiful routine. He looks totally prepared and comfortable up there. 15.1.
Danell Leyva, pbars: Hit routine. Small hop on double pike dismount.
Kristian Thomas, high bar: Tak half to layout Tkatchev. Sticks his full twisting double layout and plays to the crowd, encouraging them to clap. Cool!
Kohei Uchimura, floor: 3.5 to front tuck half, so beautiful! 1.5 to Randi. Front layout full to front double full. 2.5 to front layout full! Tucked Thomas. Triple full, very nice! Uchimura looks unaffected. 15.7.
Vitalii Nakonechnyi, pommel: 14.866 for a hit routine as well.
ROTATION 4.5: USA on vault, Britain on pbars, Japan on high bar, Ukraine on floor
John Orozco, vault: Sits handspring front layout double full. The U.S. medal chances are looking slimmer and slimmer. They should have used Horton. I don’t understand why they didn’t.
Max Whitlock, pbars: Hit routine with double pike dismount with a hop back. British crowd goes crazy.
Kazuhito Tanaka, high bar: One hesitation in his inverts but otherwise a wonderful routine with layout Jaeger, Kolman and stuck double double layout.
Oleg Stepko, floor: Excellent Arabian double pike, stuck. Barely makes his triple full dismount, but he does make it. Wonderful form throughout.
Sam Milulak, vault: Tsuk triple with a huge step to the side, out of the alley. Good in the air, however.
Sam Oldham, pbars: Another hit routine with double pike with a small hop.
Yusuke Tanaka, high bar: Kolman, nice! Tak half to Kovacs. Rybalko. Tak full to Yamawaki, really nice so far…Hop full. Double double layout with a tiny hop, excellent! Yusuke, one of the younger gymnasts on the team, is showing his enthusiasm, pumping his fists! Great routine.
Vitalii Nakonechnyi, floor: Arabian double front side pass to start, stuck and beautiful! Powering well through this routine. Ends with a simple but very pretty (and stuck!) double full.
Jake Dalton, vault: 16.066 for his Tsuk triple full, which was very well done.
Dan Purvis, pbars: Crowd roaring after a hit routine from Purvis including nearly stuck double pike dismount.
Kohei Uchimura, high bar: Tak half to layout Tkacthev. Cassina, caught close but still nice. Tak full to Yama. Kolman caught close and has to bend his arms, but he caught it, and that’s the important part. Double double layout with a hop forward. Again, not his best, but Japan will take it.
Oleg Verniaiev, floor: Layout Thomas. 2.5 to front layout full, very well done. Randi side pass. Whip to tucked Thomas. 2.5 to front layout half. Triple full with a hop back. 14.866.
ROTATION FOUR: Russia on vault, Germany on pbars, China on high bar, France on floor
Igor Pakhomenko, vault: Nearly sits Tsuk 2.5.
Sebastian Krimmer, pbars: Hit routine. Double pike with a small hop. 14.533.
Feng Zhe, high bar: Layout Tkatchev. Kolman. Lovely work! But two big steps on his double double layout. Hm….
Cyril Tommasone, floor: Front double full. 1.5 to front layout. Long and beautiful flairs sequence, his specialty. 2.5 twist with a step forward.
David Belyavskiy, vault: Tsuk double pike, a little short, step forward.
Fabian Hambuechen, pbars: Very clean routine from what I saw.
Zhang Chenglong, high bar: Misses his hand after layout Taktchev to Rybalko and breaks from just a little. Long, long routine that takes full advantage of bonus possibilities for pirouettes and such. Layout Jaeger. Double double layout with a step forward.
Pierre Yves Beny, floor: One of France’s better floorworkers. Front full to front 1 3/4 roll out. Another very nice and very long flairs set. Rudi with a small hop forward. 14.333.
Denis Ablyazin, vault: Tsuk double pike, STUCK. That is so hard to do. That probably makes up for Pakhomenko. This is going to be a huge score. 16.4.
Marcel Nguyen, pbars: Peach fullt o peach half. Giant full to giant to double tuck. Works pbars quickly, like a man in a hurry. Full in double tuck dismount, small hop.
Gael da Silva, floor: Front double full to Rudi. Thomas. 2.5 to front tuck full. Layout Thomas. The French in the stands are “allez!”ing him through this set. Russians. Nice full in tuck with a step to the side. 15.2.
Zou Kai, high bar: A hugely difficult routine with layout Jaeger and layout Jaeger full, both in combination, but such ugly form! Can’t really argue with a stuck double twisting double layout, though. And it was stuck. 16.4.
ROTATION 3.5: Russia on rings, Germany on vault, China on pbars, France on high bar
Emin Garabov, rings: Iron cross. Didn’t see the dismount. 14.7.
Philipp Boy, vault: Oh man…right ankle is wrapped. Handspring double front with two HUGE steps back to save it.
Feng Zhe, pbars: The Chinese are shouting encouragement in unison from all ends of the arena as they finish chalking. Nice double pike between the rails. Peach half. Peach full. Wonderful work! Peach. Excellent front somie to his hands, so hard. Inside Diamadov, giant to double pike. Wow. Double pike with a step back. 15.95 is HUGE.
Pierre-Yves Beny, high bar: Misses straddle up to handstand, has to improvise. Struggling. Full twisting double layout dismount.
Fabian Hambuechen, vault: Yurchenko 2.5, step back.
Marcel Nguyen, vault: Tsuk 2.5 with a hop forward. 15.833.
Hamilton Sabot, high bar: Very smooth work from the Frenchman here. Full twisting double layout with a big step forward, however.
Denis Ablyazin, rings: Sticks the dismount and pumps his arms. Where Russia is after vault will be interesting indeed. 15.616.
Zhang Chenglong, pbars: Wonderful pirouette work. Front straddle somie to his hands. Double pike with a small hop. This will be another super strong score for China!
Gael da Silva, high bar: Lovely layout Tkatchev. Another Frenchman with very smooth swing. Tsk full to Yamawaki. Tucked Kovacs. Blind. One armed giant. Full twisting double layout with a small step forward. Pumps his hand to the Frenchmen in the crowd. 14.766.
Alexsandr Balandin, rings: WOW, pulls from cross to Maltese! Excellent pike Yama to Maltese. Cross. Great planche late in the routine. Superb rings from Russia here. Wonderful soft front double pike with a tiny hop. 15.816.
Guo Weiyang, pbars: Cut and catch mount. Peach half. Peach. Double pike between the rails. Bhavsar. Tippelt. Inside Diamadov. Stutz. Front straddle somie to his upper arms. And STUCK double pike dismount! China is not giving up. Not by a long shot.
ROTATION THREE: USA on rings, Britain on vault, Japan on pbars, Ukraine on high bar.
Jake Dalton, rings: Was a hero for this routine in prelims…Maltese. Iron cross. Kip to Maltese. Another cross. Double double tuck with a hop on the landing.
Max Whitlock, vault: Yurchenko 2.5, low landing, takes a step back and out of the alley to save it. 15.666.
Kazuhito Tanaka, pbars: Clean routine so far…Double pike with a small step.
Vitalii Nakonechnyi, high bar: Beautiful Kolman. Kovacs. Blind. Tak half. Little form break on Tak full. Endo. Hop full. Stalder. Full twisting double layout with a hop. Nice start for UKR on high bar.
Jonathan Horton, rings: Maltese. Iron cross. Inverted cross, pretty good. Pike Yama to Maltese, a tiny sign of struggle. Cross. Double double tuck, small shuffle on dismount.
Daniel Purvis, vault: Hit Yurchenko 2.5 with a small bounce forward. Nice vault.
Kazuhito Tanaka, pbars: Double pike with a bit of a stumble on landing. He does not look pleased with this routine. I wonder if anything else went wrong?
Mykola Kuksenkov, high bar: Beautiful Kolman. Catches his Jaeger layout too close but deals with it. Full twisting double layout dismount.
John Orozco, rings: Maltese. Pike Yama. 1.5 twisting double tuck, tiniest of hops. 14.958.
Kristian Thomas, vault: WOW — STUCK YURCHENKO DOUBLE PIKE. AMAZING. Crowd still hasn’t stopped clapping. 16.55. Great score!
Kohei Uchimura, pbars: Beautiful routine but big hop back on his double pike dismount. He’s been good so far, but not Superman.
Oleg Verniaiev, high bar: Hit routine with double double layout dismount. He’s a very impressive young gymnast on this very impressive young Ukrainian team.
ROTATION 2.5: USA on pommel, Britain on rings, Japan on vault, Ukraine on pbars.
Danell Leyva, pommel: Two scissor to handstands. You can hear Chris Brooks in the stands shouting “Work work work!” And he’s off after Russians in the center.
Sam Oldham, rings: I didn’t see his dismount, but it looked a tad unwieldly.
Kohei Uchimura, vault: Yurchenko 2.5, looked a little low but landed fine, hop forward.
Oleg Stepko, pbars: Giant, peach half. Struggle on a peach. Basically has a fall on the bars on his next element. This is not a good routine for Ukraine. Double pike, no problems with that.
Sam Mikulak, pommel: Long wait for him on the podium…looked like he was struggling and maybe in trouble in two places in this routine, but gets through it. Hit routine. Nice recovery but may lose some E-score points. 14.5.
Kristian Thomas, rings: High in his planche, looks hard for him to do. Iron cross. PIke Yamawaki to planche, a little better. Full twisting double layout with a step forward.
Ryohei Kato, vault: Tsuk 2.5, pretty good.
Mykola Kuksenkov, pbars: Very smooth, fluid routine. Uprise to double front dismount, one foot movement, basically stuck. 15.2.
John Orozco, pommel: Basically sits on the horse early on, through sheer will doesn’t come off, but VERY slow work throughout — he never got his rhythm back again. Will be interesting to see what the judges do with that. 12.7. He got hammered.
Daniel Purvis, rings: Hits the interior but nearly loses it on double double tuck dismount, takes two big steps forward to save it. 14.6.
Koji Yamamuro, vault: Crashes handspring Randi attempt. Did the same thing in warmups. Comes off the podium on his own power but is being attended to off the podium. 14.033.
Oleg Verniaiev, pbars: Peach half. English handstand, really impressive. Inside Diamadov. Pirouettes. Stutz. Double pike dismount. That was a really good routine. Ukraine, aside from Stepko’s pbars routine, is really doing well! 15.6. Nice.
ROTATION TWO: Russia on pommel, Germany on rings, China on vault, France on parallel bars.
Emin Garabov, rings: Hit routine to start the Russians.
Fabian Hambuechen, rings: L cross. Front pike Yamawaki to tuck Yamawaki. Double front pike half out dismount, STUCK. Nice set from what I saw.
Zou Kai, vault: Tsuk 2.5, underrotated, I thought, with a step forward. And some leg form.
Pierre Yves Beny, pbars: Stutz. Nice front straddle somie. Tippelt. Double pike with two big steps back. 14.591.
David Belyavskiy, pommel: 12.933 — he either fell or had a major break. So the top two teams from prelims have each already counted a fall.
Andreas Toba, rings: Pike Yamawaki. Planche. Double double tuck, windmills his arms twice to try to save the stick and doesn’t quite do it. Still, hit routine. Germans look strong on this event.
Zhang Chenglong, vault: Huge handspring Randi, but crossed legs in the air and a big step back on landing. Still a pretty good vault for how difficult it is. 16.2.
Cyril Tommasone, pbars: Giant full to giant. Front somie. Stutz. Back toss 1/4. Double pike with a small hop back. Nice routine.
Igor Pakhomenko, pommel: Nice flairs sequence. He’s delivering so far. Nice full pirouette dismount. I don’t think he fell…14.533.
Marcel Nguyen, rings: Full twisting double layout dismount, tiny hop. 15.133.
Feng Zhe, vault: Handspring Randi, much nicer than Zhang’s. Small step back. 16.216.
Hamilton Sabot, pbars: Inside Diamadov. Very smooth peach half. Belle. Giant. Double pike, basically stuck, nice job. I’m surprised they didn’t use Yann Cucherat here, though.
ROTATION 1.5, Russia on floor, Germany on pommel horse, China on rings, France on vault.
Igor Pakhomenko, floor: Double double tuck, small hop. 2.5 to front layout full, small hop again. Tucked Thomas. Flairs sequence, very well done. Triple full to end, hop back. 14.9.
Andreas Toba, pommel: Didn’t see it.
Feng Zhe, rings: Step on his dismount.
Pierre Yves Beny, vault: Tsuk layout full. VERY weak vault for this level.
David Belyavskiy, floor: Amazing double full in pike out, fully laid out at the top. Russia wants to win, I think. 2.5 to front layout half. Arabian double front half out side pass. Tucked Thomas. Russians. 2.5 to front layout full, stuck and beautiful. Triple full with a small hop. Wonderful routine. 14.933.
Philipp Boy, pommel: Fights, fights, fights…gets tired and falls. Poor Philipp. It’s very admirable how he’s comported himself here being injured. He looks tired and older.
Guo Weiyang, rings: Didn’t see it.
Cyril Tommasone, vault: If France is vaulting him in finals they’re really in trouble…he’s just not a power guy. Rudi, hands down. Oh la la…
Gael da Silva, vault: Handspring double front, huge step forward. 15.466.
Denis Ablyazin, floor: All power. Whip to layout Thomas. Double double layout, stuck, maybe a tad piked at the end. Front double full to Rudi, nice. Running full twisting front 1 3/4 roll out. Arabian double pike side pass. 2.5 to front layout full. Will have to hurry a little as the warning bell sounds. Triple full, pulls it out, amazing, just a small hop. Wow. 15.475.
Sebastian Krimmer, pommel: Saves Germany with a decent routine on this event. Not as polished as some, but by far their best worker on this event. 14.733.
Chen Yibing, rings: His usual excellence on rings, just a small hop on his full twisting double layout dismount.
ROTATION 1: USA on floor, Britain on pommel horse, Japan on rings, Ukraine on vault.
Notes: The judges get a round of applause as they march into the arena solemnly in single file, as tense music plays. If you’re a gymnastics fan, at this moment you’re tingling.
Japan wins the competition for most flags in one section, I think. The U.S. men’s uniforms are very Spiderman, aren’t they? British men in their red and white kits today. Each gymnast is introduced by name as they present themselves to the judges. That’s nice.
Brits get a HUGE roar, and it’s going to delay the meet because the crowd is cheering so long for each guy as his name is announced.
Danell Leyva, floor: Double twisting double layout, small bounce back. Layout Thomas. Tucked Thomas. Front layout full to front tuck half. 2.5 to single stag. Rudi, stuck. Double layout, STUCK. Very good routine for Leyva to lead off. 15.2.
Daniel Purvis, pommel: He fell in prelims and will want to make up for it here. Good so far…two small form errors on travels but makes it through. 14.733.
Kohei Uchimura, rings: Double twisting double tuck with a small hop. 15.133.
Oleg Stepko, vault: Handspring double front, step forward. Not bad. 15.733.
Sam Mikulak, floor: Double twisting double tuck, stuck. 1.5 to full twisting front 1 3/4, excellent. Press. 2.5 to front tuck full. Front double full to Rudi, I believe. Whip to Tucked Thomas. But hands down on triple full dismount! Was trying too hard to stick. That will hurt.
Max Whitlock, pommel: Hit routine! Max is delighted.
Yusuke Tanaka, rings: 15.2.
Oleg Verniaiev, vault: Dragulescu, just moves one foot just a little. Just excellent.
Jake Dalton, floor: Layout Thomas. 1.5 to front double full, tiny hop forward. Beautiful whip to tucked Thomas. 2.5 to front layout full, very good, stuck! Triple full with a hop forward. 15.466.
Louis Smith, pommel: I’m in awe of his calmness, the way he’s taking his time, how there are no form breaks at all. Simply a beautiful routine. 15.966.
Koji Yamamuro, rings: Great routine from Japan’s strongman with STUCK full twisting double layout dismount!
Igor Radivilov, vault: 16.066 for Dragulescu with a hop back.
4:16 p.m.: Male gymnasts are performing demos of all the events under spotlights inside the arena. We’ll be getting underway very soon!
3:59 p.m.: A singer called Pixie Lott is entertaining the crowd with a soulful version of Adele’s “Someone Like You.”
3:42 p.m.: People here in the press gallery have “a good feeling” about the U.S. men. Everyone’s still reeling a bit from Japan’s frankly lackluster performance in preliminaries. But with men’s gymnastics, you just never know what can happen. It will be interesting to see how the Americans handle being in first place after prelims psychologically. It’s a new experience for them, even though they’ve been talking about how they could be contenders for years. Now they’re here, and they actually are.
As for China, they are unlikely to compete their weaker gymnasts tonight, and the three-up, three-count format should help them enormously. Ditto Germany, but only if Philipp Boy is OK, and he was definitely injured two days ago. The Boy-Fabian Hambuechen-Marcel Nguyen combination is very dangerous, and they have help from Sebastian Krimmer on pommel horse and high bar if needed.
LONDON, 3:19 p.m.: Clean slates. The doors of the North Greenwich (02) Arena have opened and the public is streaming in. The fans are out in force — already spotted men in full Japanese regalia, people who have the Union Jack plastered all over themselves in every conceivable way, and fans carrying large American flags and people proudly wearing the Russian red and white warmup suits.
And that seems to be the story here — the big six following qualifications are the U.S., Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Japan and China. The U.S. and Russia weren’t perfect in qualification, but they certainly did better than Japan and China, who will need (and are expected to have) massive comebacks during tonight’s new life team final (which means that no scores from the qualifying round carry over.)
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