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Sloan Leads U.S. Women over France
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2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan placed first all-around and led the U.S. women to the team title over France in a dual meet held Friday in Rouen, France.

2008 Olympian Bridget Sloan placed first all-around and led the U.S. women to the team title over France in a dual meet held Friday in Rouen, France.

Sloan's 58.95 total earned her an easy all-around victory, and paced the U.S. sweep of the top three all-around rankings. Teammates Mackenzie Caquatto (56.75) and Olivia Courtney (56.25) were second and third, respectively.

The top French finisher was Olympian Marine Petit, who placed fourth (55.80).

Three members of the U.S. team did not compete on all four events: Kytra Hunter, Mattie Larson and Sabrina Vega.

U.S. vs. France
Rouen, France, May 8, 2009

Teams
1. United States 229.25
2. France 219.10

All-Around
1. Bridget Sloan USA 58.95
2. Mackenzie Caquatto USA 56.75
3. Olivia Courtney USA 56.25
4. Marine Petit FRA 55.80
5. Corrie Lothrop USA 54.60
6. Bridgette Caquatto USA 54.60
7. Rose-Eliandre Bellemare FRA 54.55
8. Pauline Morel FRA 51.25
9. Léa Kémayou FRA 50.05

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