Chinese athletes excelled on the opening day of the World Cup Gymnastics, which kicked off in Melbourne, Australia on Thursday.
The four-day tournament, the first stop on the road to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, features two days of heats, with the top eight athletes from each event moving through to the finals across the weekend - the results of which will count towards Olympic qualification.
Among the 32 countries and regions taking part, Chinese gymnasts advanced in top place on three out of the five disciplines.
The night began with Turkey's Ahmet Onder flipping his way to first place in the men's floor routine after which Weng Hao and Liu Yang from China topped the pommel horse and rings respectively, both earning perfect scores of 15.00.
China's You Hao also advanced in the rings event, scoring closely behind Liu to take second place.
In the women's events, Yeo Seo-jeong from the Republic of Korea showed strength and grace on the vault apparatus which saw her on top and China's Yu Linmin in third place.
The uneven bars witnessed two of China's most promising young female gymnasts, Lyu Jiaqi and Fan Yilin, taking out first and second. The 19-year-old top favorite Fan had to settle for second as Lyu surged ahead in the scoring.
The qualifying stage of the competition continues on Friday with the men's vault, parallel bars and horizontal bar and the women's balance beam and floor routine.