Alex Shatilov finished last in the floor final on Sunday, making crucial mistakes on the biggest day of the gymnast's career. The 21-year-old, who ended in seventh and fifth place respectively in this competition at the last two World Championships, got his exercise off to a good start, but lost control and then his confidence midway through, and finished the event in eighth place with a score of 14.125. "This is the first time I have made such mistakes," said a disappointed Shatilov. "I'm angry with myself and I feel that had I not committed the first mistake I could have won a medal." Shatilov added that he tired towards the end of his exercise, but was still pleased with his overall performance in Beijing. "I had a great time at the Olympics and I reached the final, which is a good result," said Shatilov, who was the first Israeli to ever compete in an Artistic Gymnastics individual Olympic final.