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U.S. Women Sweep Pan Am Championships
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McKayla Maroney won two more gold medals in event finals as the U.S. women swept the Pan American Gymnastics Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The U.S. women completed their sweep Sunday as the Pan American Gymnastics Championships concluded in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Following a team victory and all-around win by Kyla Ross on Friday, the team of U.S. juniors flexed their dominance in the region by sweeping the apparatus finals.

McKayla Maroney, coached by Galina Marinova and Artur Akopyan, won both women's vault (Yurchenko 2 1/2 and layout Podkopayeva) and floor exercise (Arabian double front; tucked full-in; 1 1/2 to 2 1/2; double tuck).

Gabrielle Douglas of Excalibur Gymnastics in Virginia Beach won uneven bars (Tkatchev; full-in). New York's Sabrina Vega won balance beam (front aerial, ff layout; front tuck; switch leap, back pike; ff, ff double pike).

Gymnasts from four nations divided the men's apparatus gold medals. Two members of the first-place U.S. team, Glen Ishino (pommel horse) and Alex Buscaglia (high bar), took individual titles. All-around champion Daniel Corral won parallel bars for Mexico, and teammate Santiago Lopez won floor exercise.

"I'm happy for giving Mexico another medal and that we ended our participation in the Pan American Championships with two golds," Corral said.

Venezuela's Regulo Carmona won still rings. Chile's Tomas Gonzalez won the vault title after losing the floor exercise gold by half a tenth.

The competition served as the qualification for the XVI Pan American Games, to take place in Guadalajara in 2011. On the women's side, the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia and Cuba qualified full teams. The U.S., Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Argentina qualified full men's teams.

External Link: Guadalajara 2011

2010 Pan American Gymnastics Championships
Sept. 4-5, Guadalajara, Mexico

Women's Vault FinalDENDAverage
1.McKayla Maroney6.59.37515.387
5.69.300
2.Daniele Hypolito5.39.12514.425
5.29.225
3.Jessica Gil5.39.0000.114.125
5.09.050
4.Kristina Vaculik5.09.15014.100
4.89.250
5.Adrian Gomes5.09.25014.025
5.08.800
6.Elsa Garcia5.39.20013.825
5.27.950
7.Ana Lago5.09.2000.113.800
4.49.100
8.Jessica Lopez5.37.95013.250
4.48.850

Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Gabrielle Douglas5.48.82514.225
2.Jessica Lopez5.38.85014.150
3.Kristina Vaculik5.68.47514.075
4.Nathalia Sanchez5.38.65013.950
5.Daniele Hypolito5.18.40013.500
6.Kyla Ross4.98.45013.350
7.Elsa Garcia5.67.70013.300
8.Ivet Rojas5.17.20012.300

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Sabrina Vega5.98.60014.500
2.Jessica Lopez5.68.60014.200
3.Sarah Finnegan5.58.65014.150
4.Elsa Garcia5.38.32513.625
5.Priscila Cobello5.67.92513.525
6.Ana Sofia Gomez5.97.60013.500
7.Charlotte Mackie5.57.97513.475
8.Ivet Rojas5.07.37512.375

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.McKayla Maroney5.78.52514.225
2.Kyla Ross5.68.47514.075
3.Kristina Vaculik5.58.47513.975
4.Ana Sofia Gomez5.48.35013.750
5.Elsa Garcia5.38.4500.113.650
6.Daniele Hypolito5.28.35013.550
7.Jessica Gil5.38.1250.313.125
8.Jessica Lopez5.67.45013.050

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Santiago Lopez6.19.02515.125
2.Tomas Gonzalez6.48.9750.315.075
3.Jake Dalton6.38.75015.050
4.Angel Ramos6.18.9750.114.975
5.Alexander Rodriguez6.08.90014.900
5.Glen Ishino5.99.00014.900
7.Daniel Corral6.28.3250.214.325
8.Deivy Castellanos5.78.4250.114.025

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Glen Ishino6.28.97515.175
2. Jorge Peña 6.28.57514.775
3.Casey Sandy6.28.45014.650
4.Sergio Sasaki5.78.90014.600
5.Mosiah Rodrigues6.07.77513.775
6.Bryan Del Castillo5.57.87513.375
6.Jose Luis Fuentes5.87.57513.375
8.Gary Brochero6.07.25013.250

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.Regulo Carmona6.88.77515.575
2.Tommy Ramos6.48.82515.225
3.Federico Molinari6.68.50015.100
4.Wesley Haagensen6.38.62514.925
4.Jose Luis Fuentes6.28.72514.925
6.Danilo Nogueira6.18.80014.900
7.Luis Rivera6.18.67514.775
8.Miguel Monreal5.88.30014.100

Men's Vault FinalDENDAverage
1.Tomas Gonzalez7.09.15016.012
6.69.3750.1
2.Sergio Sasaki7.09.1500.115.950
6.69.250
3.Luis Rivera6.69.30015.850
6.69.200
4.Alexander Rodriguez6.69.32515.675
6.29.225
5.Alex Buscaglia6.89.20015.562
5.89.325
6.Jake Dalton6.69.15015.550
6.29.150
7.Daniel Corral6.69.10015.362
6.68.7250.3
8.Felipe Goncalves6.69.10015.212
6.68.2250.1

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Daniel Corral5.99.02514.925
2.Kenneth Ikeda6.18.72514.825
3.Jorge Hugo Giraldo6.08.77514.775
4.Jose Luis Fuentes6.28.52514.725
5.Gary Brochero5.78.70014.400
6.Junior Sasaki5.88.52514.325
7.Kevin Lytwyn5.88.47514.275
8.Carlos Miguel Campaña6.08.02514.025

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Alex Buscaglia6.88.67515.475
2.Jose Luis Fuentes6.58.40014.900
3.Wesley Haagensen6.48.40014.800
4.Luis Vargas6.18.57514.675
5.Casey Sandy6.38.35014.650
6.Daniel Corral5.88.70014.500
7.Jorge Hugo Giraldo6.28.20014.400
8.Jossimar Calvo4.85.50010.300

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