Britain's Max Whitlock wins silver in the men's all-around final at the World Gymnastics Championships in Nanning, China.
The 21-year old put in a stunning performance on the floor to finish with a score of 90.473 behind Japan's Olympic champion Kohei Uchimura, who scored 91.965 to secure his fifth successive world all-around title. Uchimura's team-mate Yusuke Tanaka (90.449) finished third.
Whitlock's performance equals the best-ever finish for a British gymnast in a world championship, matching the achievement of team-mate Dan Keatings who finished second in London in 2009.
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