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Zeng, Lin Win Chinese Junior Championships
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Changsha's Zeng Siqi captured the women's all-around and balance beam titles at the 2011 Chinese Junior Championships, which concluded Sunday in Huangshi, Hubei Province. Pictured: Vault champion Li Yiting flanked by silver medalist Wang Wei and bronze medalist Zhou Qiaohong.

Rising talent Zeng Siqi (Changsha) captured the women's all-around and balance beam titles at the 2011 Chinese Junior Championships, which concluded Sunday in Huangshi, Hubei Province.

Hangzhou took the women's team title over Changsha and Wuhan.

Zeng won the all-around gold medal over Huang Huidan (Hangzhou) by more than 1.5 points. Another Hangzhou gymnast, newcomer Lou Nina, won the bronze.

At last month's Chinese nationals, Zeng won the all-around bronze and Huang was sixth. Both gymnasts were born in 1996, making them eligible for the 2012 Olympic Games but too young for this year's world championships.

Shijingshan's Li Yiting, who topped Cheng Fei for the national vault title last month, picked up another vault title in Huangshi. Huang was first on uneven bars (14.55), while Zeng was unbeatable on beam (14.90). Sun Dongwei of Minhang won the floor exercise title (whip to triple twist).

In the men's competition, Guangzhou (407.70) won the team title over Shenzhen (405.30) and Changsha (401.50). Lin Chaopan (Fuzhou) won the all-around title.

The competition also served as the qualification to the 7th Intercity Games, which take place in October in Nanchang.

External Link: Chinese Gymnastics Association

2011 Chinese Junior Championships
June 16-19, Huangshi, Hubei

(Women's floor exercise scores and full men's results unavailable)

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Hangzhou 64.35 62.85 64.60 65.70 257.50
2. Changsha 64.45 59.55 61.80 65.05 250.85
3. Wuhan 65.10 53.55 61.55 63.90 244.10

 

Women's QualificationTotal
1. Zeng Siqi Changsha 54.05
2. Huang Huidan Hangzhou 53.10
3. Zhang Qing Wuhan 52.10
4. Li Shanshan Shijiazhuang 51.35
5. Lu Yawen Guiyang 51.25
6. Hu Xin Nanchang 50.80
7. Wu Chenlu Xiamen 50.70
8. Dong Yanting Guangzhou 50.60
9. Lou Nina Hangzhou 50.55
10. Zhu Siyan Hangzhou 50.50

 

Women's All-Around FinalTotal
1. Zeng Siqi Changsha 55.70
2. Huang Huidan Hangzhou 54.00
3. Lou Nina Hangzhou 52.75
4. Li Shanshan Shijiazhuang 51.85
5. Zeng Shixia Chengdu 51.80
6. Dong Yanting Guangzhou 51.40
7. Xie Yuwei Wuhan 51.00
8. Zhang Qing Wuhan 50.80
9. Lu Yawen Guiyang 50.70
10. Sun Dongwei Minhang 50.20

 

Women's Vault FinalScore
1. Li Yiting Shijingshan 14.000
2. Wang Wei Hangzhou 13.850
3. Zhou Qiaohong Fuzhou 13.325

 

Uneven Bars FinalScore
1. Huang Huidan Hangzhou 14.550
2. Zeng Siqi Changsha 13.825
3. Luo Peiru Guangzhou 13.725

 

Balance Beam FinalScore
1. Zeng Siqi Changsha 14.900
2. Dong Yanting Guangzhou 13.950
3. Zhang Qing Wuhan 13.725

 

Women's Floor Exercise Final
1. Sun Dongwei Minhang
2. Zhang Qing Wuhan
3. Zeng Panpan Guiyang

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