Brazil's Rebeca Andrade takes home gold in women's vault final
Canadian Shallon Olsen finishes 7th
Canada's Shallon Olsen fell shy of winning a medal in the women's vault final on Sunday in Tokyo.
The Surrey, B.C., native placed seventh with a score 14.550 on the day.
Brazilian Rebeca Andrade was able to capture gold with a total score 15.083.
American Mykayla Skinner finished in second with a total score of 14.916, while Korea's Yeo Seojeong claimed bronze with a score of 14.733.
Skinner was in for American teammate Simone Biles, who pulled out of the event and others earlier to focus on her mental well-being.
Jade Carey, a potential medal threat in the event for the U.S., fell to eighth after a bad first attempt.
Later Sunday, two-time world champion and favourite Nina Derwael of Belgium won gold in the uneven bars.
Derwael, who has one of the most technically challenging routines of the field, scored a 15.2 to secure her first Olympic title.
Anastasiia Iliankova of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) won silver with a score of 14.833, and Sunisa Lee of the United States took the bronze with a 14.5.
Lee's bronze medal gives her a complete set after she won gold in the all-around competition and silver in the team final.
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