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Gymnastics: Japan's Kaya wins parallel bars bronze at world champs

Gold medalist Joe Fraser of Great Britain, center, silver medallist Ahmet Onder of Turkey, left, and bronze medal winner Kazuma Kaya of Japan, right, celebrate on the podium after their performances on the parallel bars in the men's apparatus finals at the Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany, on Oct. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

STUTTGART, Germany (Kyodo) -- Japan's Kazuma Kaya won bronze in the men's parallel bars on the final day of the artistic gymnastics world championships on Sunday.

Kaya, also on the podium as a member of the bronze-winning team on Wednesday, collected 14.966 points to finish behind Joe Fraser, who became Britain's first world champion on the parallel bars, and Turkey's Ahmet Onder.

Elsewhere, American Simone Biles won the beam and floor finals to take her career tally to a record 25 medals, while becoming the first woman to earn five golds at a single worlds since 1958.

Japan ended the 10-day competition with just two bronze, failing to secure any gold medals for a second straight year.

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