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Makra, Dudás Win Olympic Hopes Cup
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Hungarian hopes Noémi Makra and Norbert Dudás won the all-around titles at the Olympic Hopes Cup, held Saturday in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Hungarian juniors Noémi Makra and Norbert Dudás won the all-around titles at the Olympic Hopes Cup, held Saturday in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Held in Liberec near the German and Polish border, the seventh edition of the Olympic Hopes Cup features gymnasts from nine nations. Previous champions include several future Olympians — China's Tan Sixin (2009), Britain's Daniel Purvis (2008), Ukraine's Natalia Kononenko (2007), and Czech Republic's Kristyna Palesova (2006).

The British women won the team title, handily defeating Hungary, 211.75 to 204.55. The Czech Republic's "A" squad finished third (190.00).

Makra defended her title from 2011, scoring 55.40 to top 13-year-old British gymnasts Tyesha Mattis (55.00) and Amy Tinkler (53.55).

Makra, who turns 15 on Nov. 18, placed ninth all-around and eighth on vault at the 2012 Junior European championships, held in Brussels. In 2011, she won the gold medal on uneven bars at the European Youth Olympic Festival. Makra trains at Torna Club Békéscsaba under Mihály and Júlia Unyatinszki, who coached the legendary Henrietta Onodi to world and Olympic gold.

Matthis, who trains at the East London Gymnastics Club, won the junior all-around title at the Gymnova Cup in Belgium in May. Shewon the uneven bars title in the Espoirs (Hopes) category at the British championships, held in June in Liverpool, where Tinkler (South Durham Gymnastics Club) won balance beam in the same age group.

In the men's competition, France topped Hungary by two points, 316.15-314.15, with Great Britain finishing third (312.00).

Dudás, who turns 17 in March, won the all-around title, scoring 79.85 to top Czech gymnast Daniel Radovesnický (79.45) and France's Killian Mermet (78.65).

The competition concludes Sunday with the apparatus finals.

External Link: Official Website

7th Olympic Hopes Cup
Oct. 27, 2012, Liberec, Czech Republic

Women's TeanVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Great Britain54.1550.4552.7054.45211.75
2.Hungary52.4049.6050.9551.60204.55
3.Czech Republic "A"51.2041.8547.5049.45190.00
4.Austria48.3542.9045.4048.60185.25
5.Czech Republic "B"50.0039.9546.8046.35183.10
6.Poland51.6537.9043.3044.35177.20

Men's TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.France53.8049.4053.3556.2051.2552.15316.15
2.Hungary52.0051.6550.9557.6552.0549.85314.15
3.Great Briatin53.5051.0050.7557.1550.2549.35312.00
4.Czech Republic50.6047.5549.7055.5050.3050.30303.95
5.Austria47.7048.5049.8554.0548.6050.40299.10
6.Turkey36.8014.1046.7050.6546.9540.70235.90

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Noémi Makra19974.613.605.413.605.814.955.213.2555.40
2.Tyesha Mattis19995.014.105.513.305.314.005.213.6055.00
3.Amy Tinkler19995.014.104.412.305.013.305.213.8553.55
4.Barbora Mokošová19974.413.404.110.855.413.905.013.2051.35
4.Jade Stedford19984.413.204.712.305.212.655.013.2051.35
6.Beáta Eke19984.412.804.812.754.913.054.812.7051.30
7.Chantelle Halford19984.412.755.012.555.112.304.913.3050.90
8.Teal Grindle20004.012.503.711.905.512.754.913.7050.85
9.Jessica Stabinger19984.012.404.011.354.813.004.712.4049.15
10.Zsófia Kovács20004.212.653.111.303.812.204.812.5548.70
11.Kitti Monti19994.412.754.311.804.410.754.713.1048.40
12.Anna Mária Kányai19984.413.153.19.754.912.254.912.5047.65
13.Tereza Ochynská19974.412.754.411.554.510.404.612.4047.10
14.Bianca Farkas19984.413.253.911.452.710.453.911.0546.20
14.Nadine Kanonová19984.413.002.99.854.111.304.612.0546.20
16.Natálie Chalupová19974.011.103.510.105.012.104.912.7546.05
17.Maria Beida19994.413.001.69.804.711.004.812.2046.00
17.Bianca Frysak19994.012.502.410.554.711.354.011.6046.00
19.Eva Micková19994.012.553.19.854.011.803.511.4545.65
20.Tereza Dvoráková20004.412.151.69.604.212.103.511.7045.55
21.Veronika Drápalová19974.212.352.610.204.611.803.911.1545.50
22.Veronika Cenková19994.212.751.59.405.111.354.611.8045.30
22.Mara Glabonjat19974.011.204.811.904.311.053.511.1545.30
24.Emilia Kulczynska19984.413.051.89.653.811.203.711.2545.15
25.Katerina Orságová20004.211.601.39.303.711.753.611.3043.95
26.Patricie Stahalíková19994.012.151.68.753.611.603.511.3043.80
27.Weronika Kita19984.212.551.39.104.010.903.610.5043.05
28.Monika Eland19984.413.052.59.353.910.204.110.4043.00
29.Katharina Kern19984.012.252.39.104.69.553.911.9042.80
30.Simova Kozáková19974.211.402.510.304.010.503.510.4542.65
31.Enikä Horváth19983.812.001.69.153.49.854.011.4042.40
32.Jana Weisserová19984.212.453.310.354.57.553.811.8042.15
33.Romana Majerechová19994.012.503.39.055.09.253.911.3042.10
34.Jacqueline Schmidt19970.00.002.88.804.410.004.812.7031.50
35.Ellis O'Reilly19984.812.303.810.3522.65

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Norbert Dudás19964.312.955.313.804.813.854.613.254.713.504.712.5079.85
2.Daniel Radovesnický19945.113.804.312.853.712.055.814.505.113.404.712.8579.45
3.Killian Mermet19975.113.653.510.904.713.056.214.654.713.054.513.3578.65
4.Boland Kardos19974.611.754.812.754.712.905.414.504.613.404.212.8578.15
5.Bryan Tarrade19974.513.204.812.304.613.205.413.704.812.104.813.6078.10
6.Joe Fraser19984.813.505.312.854.813.505.413.655.112.804.511.5577.85
7.Bánk Selmeczi19945.213.404.912.954.511.955.413.104.113.254.513.1077.75
8.Giarrni Regini-Mogan19985.514.104.612.453.711.956.215.104.911.304.112.8077.70
9.Zachari Hrimeche19975.213.454.112.604.813.556.213.904.913.253.710.5577.30
10.Rémi Clerc19965.413.204.211.204.813.555.813.954.711.154.513.6076.65
11.Stephan Trattnig19954.212.003.311.454.112.755.413.954.413.404.012.6076.15
11.Harry Caulwell19985.113.504.512.604.512.206.214.204.712.653.411.0076.15
13.Tom Nicolaou19985.012.303.811.704.713.105.414.204.311.954.512.7576.00
14.Radek Smékal19944.012.053.811.853.311.605.414.203.812.804.212.8075.30
14.Hamish Carter19985.012.404.513.104.613.204.813.404.712.853.610.3575.30
16.Ivan Vargovský19944.812.304.512.804.212.404.613.154.312.803.811.7575.20
17.Igor Takác19974.312.754.012.254.012.553.811.303.913.203.912.5074.55
18.Daniel Kopeinik19954.312.304.812.854.412.555.414.053.910.603.712.1074.45
18.Michal Kiss19944.312.354.312.503.712.054.613.503.912.253.511.8074.45
20.Miha Šmigoc19974.212.603.811.403.511.254.613.053.812.854.113.0574.20
21.Baptiste Miette19984.312.754.411.852.911.504.613.554.412.853.611.6074.10
22.Krisztián Boncsér19984.813.104.012.153.511.155.414.453.911.703.711.4073.95
23.Bence Bilics19965.112.553.411.104.412.256.215.054.311.904.211.0573.90
24.Baptiste Robertet19974.713.504.212.653.611.653.812.503.910.553.912.7573.60
25.Severin Kranzlmüller19944.512.654.611.604.611.155.412.954.211.754.913.4073.50
26.Ondrej Janeczko19964.312.352.89.804.513.204.813.503.912.253.812.0573.15
27.Jakub Šamša19954.312.403.411.304.112.404.613.253.511.753.811.4572.55
27.Márton Földes19984.412.153.010.653.211.454.613.653.913.152.511.5072.55
29.Michal Ružek19974.310.903.111.103.712.054.613.303.911.853.612.6071.80
30.Loukas Jones19994.613.054.412.852.76.504.612.954.312.803.612.2570.40
31.Isa Hamaratcilar19974.711.653.39.754.512.855.012.654.612.753.110.3570.00
32.David Kathan19974.510.604.112.553.011.504.612.003.711.204.012.0069.85
33.Jure Weingerl19964.412.403.19.052.711.304.613.104.212.902.811.0069.75
34.Alexander Benda19974.410.753.510.952.59.104.613.103.912.553.612.3068.75
34.Luka Bojanc19974.011.903.18.952.511.504.613.303.012.002.111.1068.75
36.Yunus Eren Aliskan19974.012.602.22.852.410.303.812.503.512.102.210.2060.55
37.Yusuf Onur Aliskan19974.312.551.51.502.310.604.612.503.811.052.710.2058.40
38.Vinzenz Höck19964.411.504.413.054.012.253.711.2048.00
39.Mustafa Arca19982.910.554.211.603.511.052.09.9543.15
40.Jan Kácer19943.412.203.811.553.011.4035.15
41.Hamza Samil Yilmaz19984.412.704.613.0025.70
42.Samuel Potancok19964.310.2510.25
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