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Russia, Sasaki Win More Gold in Doha
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Russian gymnasts added three more gold medals to their haul in the first day of event finals at the 2009 Gymnasiade in Doha, Qatar.

2009 Russian national champion Aliya Mustafina won uneven bars title, her third gold medal of the competition. The 15-year-old Muscovite won the all-around title and a gold with the team Wednesday in Doha.

Teammate Tatiana Nabiyeva, second all-around Wednesday, won the gold medal on vault over Mustafina. Nabiyeva picked up another medal on uneven bars, finishing third behind Natalia Kononenko of Ukraine.

In the men's competition, all-around champion Sergio Sasaki (Brazil) won floor exercise and tied for the high bar title with Russia's Viktor Cherepanov.

Taiwan won two medals on pommel horse, with Chung KaiYu taking the gold and teammate Chen Hsiang placing third behind England's Frank Baines.

The 2009 Gymnasiade features more than 2,000 athletes competing in athletics, swimming and artistics and rhythmic gymnastics.

Competition continues Saturday with the remaining event finals.

External Link: 2009 Gymnasiade

2009 Gymnasiade
Dec. 11, 2009, Doha, Qatar

Women's Vault FinalD ScoreE ScoreNDScoreAvg
1.Tatiana Nabiyeva5.88.70014.50014.112
2.Aliya Mustafina5.88.6500.114.35013.900
3.Nicole Hibbert5.38.70014.00013.762
4.Jennifer Pinches5.28.4750.113.57513.625
5.Carlotta Ferlito4.48.77513.17513.212
6.Andrea Foti4.48.57512.97513.175
7.Demet Mutlu4.88.3750.113.07513.137
8.Raisa Shapovalova5.28.3000.113.40012.925

Uneven Bars FinalD ScoreE ScoreNDScore
1.Aliya Mustafina6.48.42514.825
2.Natalia Kononenko6.48.27514.675
3.Tatiana Nabiyeva6.18.15014.250
4.Andrea Foti5.68.17513.775
5.Mira Boumejmajen5.57.97513.475
6.Feng Xiao5.27.87513.075
7.Nicole Hibbert5.56.82512.325
8.Chiara Gandolfi5.37.00012.300

Men's Floor Exercise FinalD ScoreE ScoreNDScore
1.Sergio Sasaki5.78.9250.114.525
2.Fabian Gonzalez5.39.07514.375
3.Frank Baines5.09.30014.300
4.Jim Zona5.39.0250.114.225
5.Daan Kenis4.99.07513.975
6.Siemon Volkaert5.18.80013.900
7.Mikhail Andreev4.69.20013.800
8.Mathieu Vanacker5.08.6000.413.200

Pommel Horse FinalD ScoreE ScoreNDScore
1.Chung KaiYu5.38.55013.850
2.Frank Baines5.08.75013.750
3.Chen Hsiang 5.38.40013.700
4.Georgios Chatziefstathiou4.78.85013.550
5.Tommaso De Vecchis4.58.82513.325
6.Courtney Tulloch4.48.80013.200
7.Adam Babos5.08.02513.025
8.Fabian Gonzalez5.26.10011.300

Still Rings FinalD ScoreE ScoreNDScore
1.Viktor Cherepanov4.89.02513.825
1.Sergio Sasaki4.89.02513.825
3.Yevgen Yudenkov4.98.70013.600
4.Courtney Tulloch4.88.70013.500
5.Alberto Tallon4.88.67513.475
6.Dimitris Krasias5.08.17513.175
7.Hsu PingChien4.68.25012.850
8Oleg Stepko4.97.60012.500

Comments (2)add comment

Gayle said:

What is the ND mark?
March 06, 2010
Votes: +0

Sarah Smithman said:

ND = Neutral Deduction
March 06, 2010
Votes: +0

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