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World Cup Season Concludes in Glasgow
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The 2010 World Cup season ended Saturday, as the final champions of the year were crowned at the Glasgow Grand Prix in Scotland.

2010 World Cup Champions
Women's Vault Tijana Tkalcec
Uneven Bars Wu Liufang
Balance Beam Wu Liufang
Women's Floor Exercise Jessica Lopez
Men's Floor Exercise Eleftherios Kosmidis
Pommel Horse Krisztian Berki
Stil Rings Alexander Balandin
Men's Vault Jeffrey Wammes
Parallel Bars Mitja Petkovsek
High Bar Marijo Moznik

All four of the women's qualification leaders from Friday repeated their rankings Saturday. Winners were Russia's Yekaterina Kurbatova (vault), China's Wu Liufang (uneven bars) and Australia's Lauren Mitchell (balance beam and floor exercise).

"It's been an amazing few months, not only for me but for the whole Australian team," Mitchell said. "The Commonwealth Games was a great chance for us all to compete in a big event and get experience ahead of the world championships, which were the big aim for the whole team... Since the it's been really hectic traveling to lots of events which have given me great experience. Here in Glasgow I've been really happy with my performance and winning the two titles, as the equipment wasn't what I was used too so it show that I can adapt and work in a range of environments, which is important and shows I'm developing."

Israel's Alexander Shatilov won floor exercise while world champion Eleftherios Kosmidis of Greece fell. On pommel horse, Great Britain's Louis Smith topped world champion Krisztian Berki of Hungary, who broke form for second.

Top qualifier Alexander Balandin (Russia) shared the still rings title with China's Liao Junlin. Balandin, left off Russia's world team in October, won still rings at all three World Cup events in November.

Chilean Tomas Gonzalez, second on floor exercise, won men's vault with a Tsukahara double pike and Yurchenko 2 1/2.

Slovenian veteran Mitja Petkovsek won parallel bars, and Croatia's Mario Moznik won high bar.

The competition ended the 2010 World Cup season, with the top point winners for the year named the overall champions. The World Cup season returns in 2011 with a new format that includes all-around competitions.

External Link: British Gymnastics

2010 Glasgow Grand Prix
Nov. 20, 2010

Women's Vault FinalDNDScoreAverage
1. Yekaterina Kurbatova 5.3 0 14.300 13.912
. 5.2 0.1 13.525
2. Imogen Cairns 5.3 0 14.250 13.875
. 4.8 0 13.500
3. Makarena Pinto 5.2 0 13.800 13.762
. 5.0 0 13.725
4. Paula Plichta 5.0 0 13.675 13.662
. 5.2 0 13.650
5. Tjasa Kysselef 5.0 0 13.525 13.475
. 5.0 0 13.425
6. Jennifer Pinches 5.0 0 13.575 13.337
. 5.2 0.1 13.100
7. Anna Myzdrikova 5.0 0 13.875 13.225
. 5.2 0 12.575
8. Gabrielle May 5.0 0 13.750 11.425
. 4.8 2 13.100

Uneven Bars FinalDNDScore
1. Wu Liufang 6.1 0 14.750
2. Jessica Lopez 5.4 0 13.800
3. Lauren Mitchell 5.5 0 13.725
4. Yekaterina Kurbatova 5.8 0 13.625
5. Vasiliki Millousi 4.9 0 13.150
6. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 4.9 0 12.625
6. Marta Pihan-Kulesza 5.5 0 12.625
8. Ida Gustafsson 5.2 0 12.475

Balance Beam FinalDNDScore
1. Lauren Mitchell 6.5 0 14.675
2. Hannah Whelan 6.0 0 14.500
3. Jessica Lopez 5.3 0 13.975
4. Yekaterina Kurbatova 5.6 0 13.950
5. Wu Liufang 6.1 0 13.650
6. Marta Pihan-Kulesza 5.9 0 12.950
7. Marine Petit 5.7 0 12.875
8. Vasiliki Millousi 5.0 0 12.300

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDNDScore
1. Lauren Mitchell 5.9 0 14.800
2. Marta Pihan-Kulesza 5.6 0 14.250
3. Jennifer Pinches 5.6 0 14.150
4. Anna Myzdrikova 5.6 0.1 13.825
5. Hannah Whelan 5.7 0 13.725
6. Wu Liufang 5.2 0 13.600
7. Yekaterina Kurbatova 5.2 0 13.550
8. Jessica Lopez 5.2 0.1 12.625

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDNDScore
1. Alexander Shatilov 6.5 0 15.375
2. Tomas Gonzalez 6.4 0 15.275
3. Jeffrey Wammes 6.4 0 15.250
4. Tomislav Markovic 6.3 0 15.075
5. Daniel Purvis 6.5 0 14.925
6. Enrico Pozzo 6.0 0 14.850
7. Vlad Cotuna 6.3 0 14.800
8. Eleftherios Kosmidis 6.1 0 13.100

Pommel Horse FinalDNDScore
1. Louis Smith 6.6 0 15.550
2. Krisztian Berki 6.3 0 15.300
3. Saso Bertoncelj 6.2 0 15.225
4. Alberto Busnari 5.9 0 14.600
5. Daniel Purvis 5.9 0 13.925
6. Nikolai Kuksenkov 6.1 0 13.575
7. Ovidiu Buidoso 5.8 0 13.525
8. Hamilton Sabot 5.1 0 13.425

Still Rings FinalDNDScore
1. Alexander Balandin 6.7 0 15.825
1. Liao Junlin 6.7 0 15.825
3. Konstantin Pluzhnikov 6.6 0 15.625
4. Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues 6.8 0 15.550
5. Matteo Angioletti 6.4 0 15.350
6. Eleftherios Petrounias 6.6 0 15.225
7. Samir Ait Said 6.8 0 15.100
8. Theo Seager 6.0 0 13.750

Men's Vault FinalDNDScoreAverage
1.Tomas Gonzalez7.016.12515.937
6.60.115.750
2.Theo Seager6.615.95015.875
6.615.800
3.Jeffrey Wammes6.615.90015.775
6.815.650
4.Marius Berbecar6.615.62515.662
6.60.115.700
5.Igor Radivilov6.615.87515.562
6.60.115.250
6.Ali Al-Asi6.615.62515.537
6.215.450
7.Bart Deurloo6.60.115.37515.512
6.60.115.650
8.Ioan Bataga6.60.114.35014.737
6.20.115.125

Parallel Bars FinalDNDScore
1.Mitja Petkovsek6.215.450
2.Marius Berbecar6.415.350
3.Hamilton Sabot6.515.325
4.Daniel Purvis6.115.150
5.Nikolai Kuksenkov5.814.625
6.Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues5.914.550
7.Jayd Lukenchuk5.814.300
8.Samuel Piasecky6.313.475

High Bar FinalDNDScore
1. Marijo Moznik 6.6 0 15.225
2. Nikolai Kuksenkov 6.4 0 15.150
2. Jeffrey Wammes 6.6 0 15.150
4. Hamilton Sabot 6.5 0 15.075
5. Enrico Pozzo 6.2 0 14.750
6. Samuel Piasecky 6.3 0 14.475
7. Dmitry Trefilovs 5.6 0 14.275
8. Ashley Watson 5.7 0 14.200
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rodrigo fuentes cortés said:

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felicitaciones a TOMAS GONZALEZ... un orgullo para todos los chilenos
Muchas felicitaciones Tomás.
Acá estamos pendientes por tus hazañas.
Sigue trabajando y cosechando triunfos.

Un abrazo.
 
November 21, 2010
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