Hungary's Krisztian Berki topped the table with a 16.066 final score to win the Olympic gold medal in the men's gymnastics pommel horse on Sunday. Britain's pair of gymnasts in Louis Smith and Max Whitlock won the silver and bronze medal collectively.
Berki's triumph gives Hungary their third gold medal at the 2012 Olympics and their sixth medal overall in London. Britain's two medals on men's pommel horse raises their tally to 29 total medals and are in third place overall for the 2012 Olympics behind China and the United States, who are edging closer to 60 medal in total.
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