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Junior Pan Ams Conclude
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The Junior Pan American Championships concluded Sunday in Guatemala City with the second day of apparatus finals.

The U.S., which won both team titles and swept the all-around medals on Friday, picked up three more gold medals. Uneven bars champion Jordyn Wieber won balance beam, women's all-around champion Mattie Larson won floor exercise and Florida's Danell Leyva won the gold on men's high bar.

Colombia added gold medals from Didier Lugo on men's vault and Fabian Meza on parallel bars. Meza won the gold on pommel horse on Saturday.

Emely Mozon and Sofia Gomez ended the competition on a high note for the host nation by tying for the bronze medal on balance beam.

2007 Junior Pan American Championships
Nov. 25, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Balance Beam
1. Jordyn Wieber USA 15.100
2. Chelsea Davis USA 14.825
3t. Emely Monzon GUA 14.425
3t. Sofia Gomez GUA 14.425
5. Khiuani Dias BRA 14.200
6. Christine Lee CAN 13.150
7. Dominique Pegg CAN 12.850
8. Luisa Leal COL 12.250

Women's Floor Exercise
1. Mattie Larson USA 14.925
2. Christine Lee CAN 14.450
3. Jordyn Wieber USA 14.300
4. Ethiene Franco BRA 14.150
5. Sidney Sanabria PUR 14.125
6. Khiuani Dias BRA 14.050
7. Jessica Savona CAN 13.750
8. Emely Monzon GUA 12.575

Men's Vault
1. Didier Lugo COL 15.138
2. Arthur Zanetti BRA 14.988
3. Mauro Martinez ARG 14.800
4. Danell Leyva USA 14.775
5. Luis Ramirez PER 14.013
6. Brian Tong PER 13.100

Parallel Bars
1. Fabian Meza COL 14.700
2. Alexy Bilozertchev USA 14.575
3t. Didier Lugo COL 13.950
3t. Sergio Eras BRA 13.950
5. Petrix Barbosa BRA 13.625
6. Danell Leyva USA 13.275
7. Nicolas Cordoba ARG 13.200
8. Asiel Lopez MEX 13.100

High Bar
1. Danell Leyva USA 15.475
2. Nicolas Cordoba ARG 14.425
3. Pericles Silva BRA 14.375
4. Glen Ishino USA 14.275
5. Fabian Meza COL 14.150
6. Petrix Barbosa BRA 13.300
7t. Alejandro Boasso ARG 13.125
7t. Asiel Lopez MEX 13.125

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