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Sloan Leads U.S. Women over Germany
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2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan led the U.S. women to the team win against Germany in a dual meet held Saturday in Mühlheim.

2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan led the U.S. women to the team win against Germany in a dual meet held Saturday in Mühlheim.

Sloan earned the day's highest scores on vault and uneven bars as she won the all-around (59.55) over teammates Corrie Lothrop (56.50) and Mackenzie Caquatto (56.40).

2008 German Olympic team alternate Kim Bui was the top all-arounder for the host nation, placing sixth (55.75).

The American women earned the highest team totals on all four events.

The U.S. team will compete in a dual meet against France on May 8 in Rouen.

U.S. vs. Germany
May 2, 2009, Mühlheim, Germany

Team
1. United States 232 40
2. Germany 219.70

All-Around
1. Bridget Sloan USA 59.55
2. Corrie Lothrop USA 56.50
3. Mackenzie Caquatto USA 56.40
4. Olivia Courtney USA 55.95
5. Bridgette Caquatto USA 55.80
6. Kim Bui GER 55.75
7. Mattie Larson USA 55.65
8. Anja Brinker GER 55.25
9. Susann Herbst GER 54.00
10. Elisabeth Seitz GER 53.25
11. Desiree Baumert GER 51.85
12. Katja Roll GER 51.25

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LadyJ said:

LadyJ
Why is she taped?
Uh-oh, why is she taped? Is she fighting knee problems again? I would hate to see her sidelined - she seems to be making her mark as a veteran.
 
May 03, 2009
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