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Joura Most Successful in Stuttgart
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Ukraine and Netherlands each won two golds, but Australia's Dasha Joura was the most successful individual at the 25th DTB Cup, held Saturday in Stuttgart.

Krisztian Berki

Joura won women's floor exercise — her first World Cup title — and placed second on vault and uneven bars.

Oksana Chusovitna won the vault gold for Germany. Zhou Zhuoru, an alternate to China's team at last month's World Championships, helped her Olympic cause by winning the gold on beam and bronze on uneven bars.

Joura's teammate Lauren Mitchell — half Chusovitina's age at 16 — won two more medals for Australia: the silver on balance beam and the bronze on floor exercise.

World Cup veterans Daria Zgoba (uneven bars) and Valery Goncharov (high bar) won gold for Ukraine. The Netherlands' Yuri van Gelder (still rings) and Jeffrey Wammes (men's vault) placed first, as they had in Friday's qualification.

Krisztian Berki won pommel horse by .750, the day's largest margin of victory. World champions Diego Hypolito of Brazil (floor exercise) and Mitja Petkovsek of Slovenia (parallel bars) each won their best event.

The event concludes Sunday with a 25th anniversary celebration, additional Winner's Finals and a speech from German star Fabian Hambüchen.

25th DTB Cup
Oct. 27, 2007, Stuttgart

Women's Vault
1. Oksana Chusovitina GER 14.762
2. Jade Barbosa BRA 14.537
3. Dasha Joura AUS 14.262
4. Marissa King GBR 14.237
5. Enrikoe Korcsmaros HUN 13.800
6. Danielle Englert SUI 13.625
7. Aagje van Walleghem BEL 13.362
7. Katja Abel GER 13.362

Uneven Bars
1. Daria Zgoba UKR 15.125
2. Dasha Joura AUS 14.675
3. Zhou Zhuoru CHN 14.250
4. Lauren Mitchell AUS 13.900
5. Lichelle Wong NED 13.800
6. Katja Abel GER 13.500
7. Irina Krasnyanskaya UKR 12.775
8. Jade Barbosa BRA 12.200

Balance Beam
1. Zhou Zhuoru CHN 15.500
2. Lauren Mitchell AUS 15.200
3. Lyudmila Yezhova Grebenkova RUS 14.815
4. Jade Barbosa BRA 14.675
5. Daniele Hypolito BRA 14.525
6. Dasha Joura AUS 14.400
7. Geralen Stack-Eaton USA 14.150
7. Irina Krasnyanskaya UKR 14.150

Women's Floor Exercise
1. Dasha Joura AUS 14.825
2. Jade Barbosa BRA 14.300
3. Lauren Mitchell AUS 14.150
4. Kim Bui GER 13.825
5. Daniele Hypolito BRA 13.775
6. Marissa King GBR 13.650
7. Adela Sajn SLO 13.450
8. Alyona Pronina RUS 12.925

Men's Floor Exercise
1. Diego Hypolito BRA 15.575
1. Razvan Selariu ROM 15.575
3. Eleftherois Kosmidis GRE 15.500
4. Anataly Vasilyev RUS 15.350
5. Alexander Suprun UKR 15.275
6. Victor Rosa BRA 14.975
7. Kristian Thomas GBR 14.375
8. Flavius Koczi ROM 14.100

Pommel Horse
1. Krisztian Berki HUN 16.000
2. Robert Seligman CRO 15.250
3. Anton Fokin UZB 15.175
4. Daniel Popescu ROM 15.050
5. Vid Hidvegi HUN 14.850
6. Daniel Keatings GBR 14.625
7. Donna-Donny Truyens BEL 13.975
8. Robert Weber GER 12.500

Still Rings
1. Yuri van Gelder NED 16.500
2. Irodotos Georgallas CYP 16.150
3. Konstantin Pluzhnikov RUS 15.800
4. Danny Rodrigues FRA 15.700
5. Anton Fokin UZB 15.400
6. Alexander Vorobyev UKR 15.350
7. Razvan Selariu ROM 15.225
8. Olli Torkkel FIN 15.075

Men's Vault
1. Jeffrey Wammes NED 16.125
2. Luis Araujo POR 15.950
3. Flavius Koczi ROM 15.812
4. Daniel Popescu ROM 15.537
5. Yevgeny Sapronenko LAT 15.450
6. Stravos Kekelos GRE 15.412
7. Kristian Thomas GBR 15.325
8. Mohamed Serour EGY 7.550

Parallel Bars
1. Mitja Petkovsek SLO 15.975
2. Anton Fokin UZB 15.850
3. Samuel Piasecky SVK 15.425
4. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.325
5. Johan Mounard FRA 14.975
6. Daniel Keatings GBR 14.875
7. Daniel Popescu ROM 14.850
8. Kamil Hulboj POL 13.225

High Bar
1. Valery Goncharov UKR 15.225
2. Enrico Pozzo ITA 15.200
3. Samuel Piasecky SVK 14.625
4. Daniel Keatings GBR 14.550
5. Jeffrey Wammes NED 14.525
6. Robert Weber GER 14.250
7. Marco Baldauf AUT 13.950
8. Robert Juckel GER 13.275

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