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Written by dwight normile    Saturday, 07 March 2015 19:16    PDF Print
Vernyayev, Biles Claim American Cup Titles
(10 votes, average 4.40 out of 5)

ARLINGTON, Texas — Though the venue for the 2015 AT&T American Cup was unusual, its outcome was somewhat expected. Ukraine's Oleg Vernyayev and American Simone Biles grabbed their first American Cup titles on March 7, each in a different fashion.

Biles, the two-time world champion, opened her day with a near stick on her Amanar (16.033), and the rout was on. She won vault easily, and then claimed the other three events, as well. Her routine on bars was steady (Weiler kip, pirouette to Maloney; tucked half-in half-out dismount, 15.200), while her beam (15.066) had one major wobble after a switch-leap half. She debuted her new floor tumbling and made it look easy: layout full-out, layout half-out to split jump; tucked double-double; tucked full-in; 6.8/16.000).

Biles' 62.299 was well clear of compatriot MyKayla Skinner, who placed second overall (57.832) but trailed the winner by 2.0 in D-score. Skinner opted for a clean double-twisting Yurchenko on vault instead of her Cheng Fei, which is worth 0.1 more than an Amanar. She placed second on floor, mounting with a solid double-twisting double layout. Skinner ranked third on bars but struggled a bit on beam, placing seventh out of nine gymnasts. Still, she was able to secure the 1-2 placement for the U.S.

Venezuela's Jessica Lopez, nursing a sore Achilles' tendon, was primed for the bronze until she dropped off beam on a layout to two feet in the third rotation. That was her only major break, and it followed her best routine of the day, on bars, where she placed second with the highest D-score (6.5; Maloney, back uprise, free hip, Higgins turn, half Ono, Tkatchev-Gienger).

Lopez's error opened the door for Italy's Erika Fasana, who saved her best routine for last. Her tumbling on floor in the last rotation was superb (double layout, tucked full-in, double pike), and her 14.400 pushed her into third.

Lopez, however, was still able to capture first place (and a check for 24,000 Swiss Francs) in the 2014-15 all-around World Cup Series that began last fall with Stuttgart at Glasgow. Romanian Larisa Iordache had been in the lead, but had to scratch from the American Cup.

Canada's Ellie Black finished fifth, losing at least one place in the rankings with a fall from bars (free hip-piked Jaeger). She was excellent on beam and floor, however, placing second and fourth, respectively (unique 2.5 twist step-out through to double tuck on floor).

No D-scores above 5.8 ruined the chances of 2006 world champion Vanessa Ferrari (Italy), while Australian Emily Little showed great potential and finished seventh.

Japan's Natsumi Sasada and Britain's Claudia Fragapane rounded out the field in eighth and ninth, respectively, each with too many mistakes to contend. Sasada did only a Yurchenko-full and fell on her 1.5 twist to front-full on floor. Fragapane missed her toe-on piked Tkatchev and could not complete her mount (layout full-in) or dismount (double layout) on floor.

The men's competition went down the the last event, but only because Vernyayev slithered off pommel horse in the second rotation. That forced him to play catch up all day, even if his World Cup Series title was never in doubt. (Germany's Fabian Hambüchen, one of his challengers, had to withdraw after coming down with the flu a few weeks ago.) The wiry Ukrainian's target was the mighty Donnell Whittenburg (USA), who was having the meet of his life and leading through five events. That's when everything changed in the men's competition.

Vernyayev had just closed the gap on Whittenburg on p-bars (event-high 15.90/7/1; peach-half, peach to one rail, Healy; barani-out dismount), and he followed it with a clean set on high bar (half-Takemoto to Moznik; dutch layout double-double) to put the pressure on the young American. Whittenburg, who won floor and rings, did his best, but high bar is not his best event. The Cassina he's been working on is not competition ready, so he swung 6.2 of difficulty and paid the price with a 14.366. That placed him second until Japan's Ryohei Kato bumped him to third with a clean 6.4 set (15.133).

The mercurial Sam Mikulak (USA) took himself out of the meet in the first two rotations, sitting down on a double front on floor and coming off pommels on a Tong Fei. With nothing to lose — or win — the defending champion elicited noise from the crowd prior to his rings routine. He said it helps him perform better, rather than just going out and doing his routines. It worked, because he got better throughout the afternoon, and capped it off with the top vault (Lopez; 15.333) high bar set (15.466).

The remainder of the men's field was determined by the number and degree of mistakes. Japan's Yusuke Tanaka, fifth, missed pommel horse and high bar, while Colombia's Jossimar Calvo, sixth, had three E-scores in the 7's (floor, rings and high bar).

Belarusian Andrey Likhovitsky won pommels with his smooth swing and clean lines, but he lacked the difficulty elsewhere to finish higher than seventh. Britain's Daniel Purvis looked jet-lagged for eighth, and Puerto Rico's Alexis Torres Serrano, ninth, was not at the level of the top men in this field.

Next year the event will be held March 5 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. And it should be quite the Olympic preview.

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Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 05 March 2015 10:53    PDF Print
Kharenkova, Belyavsky Win Russian Championships
(7 votes, average 3.86 out of 5)



Maria Kharenkova (Khimki) and David Belyavsky (Yekaterinburg) captured the all-around titles at the 2015 Russian Gymnastics Championships, held Wednesday in Penza. Pictured: Men's all-around medalists Nikolai Kuksenkov, Belyavsky and Nikita Ignatyev

Maria Kharenkova (Khimki) and David Belyavsky (Yekaterinburg) captured all-around titles at the 2015 Russian Gymnastics Championships, held Wednesday in Penza.

The first day of competition also served as qualification for the team and apparatus finals.

Kharenkova scored 58.033 to take the title over Moscow gymnasts Alla Sosnitskaya (56.600) and first-year senior Seda Tutkhalyan (56.334). Kharenkova, the 2014 European champion on balance beam, had the best score of the day on beam with 15.367 (6.8).

Sosnitskaya had the high mark on vault with 15.333 for her Cheng Fei. World bronze medalist Daria Spiridonova matched Kharenkova's beam score with 15.367 to qualify first on uneven bars (6.6). Two-time Olympian Ksenia Afanasyeva, who competed vault and floor exercise only, had the top mark on floor with 14.700.

Olympian Viktoria Komova competed two events and notched 14.700 on uneven bars (6.1) and 15.000 on balance beam (5.8)

Aliya Mustafina, the three-time defending champion, skipped the competition to rest her sore back. Mustafina is now training in Penza with Sergei Starkin, coach of world floor exercise champion Denis Ablyazin.

"Right now I'm recovering," Mustafina told Pravda News. "So my training regimen is weaker than the other girls. I'm also still doing only those skills that don't hurt me, and even then not at full strength, so as not to injure my back again. This, of course, is not enough to perform well at Russian nationals. So I'm concentrating on preparing for the next start of the season - the first European Games (in Baku) and the world championships in Glasgow. For me, everything starts with the basics, everything requires very intense concentration and preparation for the implementation of each element."

Belyavsky successfully defended his title from 2014. He had the top score on floor (15.100) and the highest score of the day on parallel bars (15.700), but fell on vault for 13.900. His all-around total of 87.500 was just enough to put him ahead of veteran Nikolai Kuksenkov (87.300). Nikita Ignatyev, second in 2014, won the bronze (86.250).

Vladislav Polyashov had the top mark on pommel horse (15.100). Ablyazin excelled on still rings (15.650) and qualified first on vault and sixth to the floor final.

External Link: Russian Gymnastics Federation

2015 Russian Gymnastics Championships
March 4, Burtasy Sports Palace, Penza

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Maria KharenkovaRostov-on-Don, Khimki5.014.1006.014.4336.815.3675.614.13358.033
2.Alla SosnitskayaMoscow6.415.3335.813.3675.514.3335.713.56756.600
3.Seda TutkhalyanMoscow5.815.0675.813.4336.614.2675.513.56756.334
4.Daria SpiridonovaMoscow5.013.8676.615.3675.913.4005.313.23355.867
5.Yevgenia ShelgunovaKhimki/Alatyr5.814.3676.214.0006.013.3335.814.13355.833
6.Yekaterina KramarenkoSaint Petersburg5.814.1005.913.8675.513.0675.714.16755.201
7.Anastasia DmitrievaTogliatti5.814.4005.413.1675.913.3335.614.20055.100
8.Maria BondarevaFryazino5.013.9336.114.5005.112.8675.213.70055.000
9.Daria YelizarovaTula5.014.2335.313.0335.313.8005.213.00054.066
10.Yulia BiryuliaKemerovo5.014.1335.612.8005.012.9675.213.16753.067
11.Polina FyodorovaCheboksary5.013.5335.413.0675.614.0675.312.33353.000
12.Kristina GoryunovaVeliky Novgorod5.013.6334.812.4675.614.0334.912.70052.833
13.Alla SidorenkoSaint Petersburg5.013.5005.513.2675.213.1675.512.76752.701
14.Anastasia CheongSaint Petersburg5.013.9004.811.9335.513.0335.413.43352.299
15.Lilia AkhaimovaSaint Petersburg5.013.7005.311.8335.313.1675.612.73351.433
16.Olga BikmurzinaSaransk5.013.6675.713.1005.412.2675.112.13351.167
17.Yekaterina ShtrondaKrasnoyarsk4.412.7675.211.9005.312.9334.712.76750.367
18.Kristina KiselerSmolensk4.613.5674.011.3334.612.7005.112.43350.033
19.Ksenia MolozhavenkoRostov-on-Don4.412.8335.412.9675.412.2004.911.93349.933
20.Kristina KruglikovaVladimir5.014.1004.411.3004.311.6675.412.76749.834
21.Alexandra YazydzhyanMoscow5.013.4675.012.5674.612.2675.310.93349.234
22.Ksenia KolokolnevaCheboksary4.813.0675.111.8004.912.3675.011.20048.434
23.Daria LopatinaNizhnekamsk5.013.7334.89.0334.812.8334.912.70048.299
24.Arina NedovesovaVladivostok4.612.9335.810.8005.612.4674.612.00048.200
25.Margarita VarnakovaVoronezh4.613.0004.410.4005.312.8004.811.66747.867
26.Yelena ScherbakovaVolgograd4.613.3004.211.1334.911.4674.511.90047.800
27.Yelina KaigulovaSterlitamak4.413.0332.610.6004.912.3674.911.66747.667
28.Yana PopovaIzhevsk5.013.5334.911.3334.111.3674.811.36747.600
29.Marina ShashmurinaBarnaul4.813.2003.911.2673.911.1004.611.96747.534
30.Anna VanyushkinaVeliky Novgorod5.013.7332.59.8334.611.2004.912.40047.166
31.Alina BuninaVoronezh4.413.1003.49.4334.511.5334.812.63346.699
32.Olessya LebedevaVoronezh4.412.4672.58.6674.012.0675.213.33346.534
33.Polina SpirinaNovosibirsk4.613.3004.39.5675.212.0335.011.60046.500
34.Anastasia KobelkovaKrasnoyarsk4.212.7003.510.9334.411.0334.511.66746.333
35.Anastasia OsetrovaVolgograd4.613.4335.110.5005.010.8004.211.46746.200
36.Olga ValekzhaninaSterlitamak4.411.8335.311.3334.910.7334.812.23346.132
37.Yekaterina BoevaSaint Petersburg4.012.4003.59.9004.011.7004.912.03346.033
38.Lina AkhmetshinaUfa4.613.4004.68.9674.610.4004.812.60045.367
39.Leona SilchenkoSterlitamak4.813.1003.210.1334.49.8005.012.06745.100
40.Alyona NedovbaOmsk4.412.7003.09.4004.111.7004.511.20045.000
41.Maria SilyukovaCheboksary4.012.6674.59.8004.210.6334.911.80044.900
42.Maria IontefVeliky Novgorod4.613.0334.410.7674.310.3004.210.66744.767
43.Yevgenia MenovschikovaAnapa5.213.8675.09.5674.510.4334.610.83344.700
44.Daria SavatkinaVeliky Novgorod4.212.8332.89.7334.010.1674.711.93344.666
45.Maria PasekaMoscow6.415.4675.914.9335.514.20044.600
46.Alina FedotovaVeliky Novgorod4.412.9671.28.4674.511.1674.511.86744.468
47.Margarita ArtemovaAngarsk4.413.0334.19.1674.510.2004.311.70044.100
48.Yekaterina IschenkoRostov-on-Don4.412.2001.59.5004.39.9004.812.43344.033
49.Anastasia BolshovaFryazino4.412.8002.77.5003.611.0674.312.03343.400
50.Anastasia KuzmichevaUlyanovsk4.413.1332.99.1674.110.2003.510.63343.133
51.Valentina ShokhinaMoscow4.412.6674.47.9004.59.9334.610.76741.267
52.Ksenia DmitrievaVolga4.212.5673.25.4004.210.5004.511.20039.667
53.Alsu AlkayevaSaransk4.612.8331.56.2674.49.6333.810.83339.566
54.Tatiana NabiyevaSaint Petersburg5.813.0335.113.0674.610.73336.833
55.Viktoria KomovaVoronezh/Moscow6.114.7005.815.00029.700
56.Ksenia AfanasyevaKhimki/Tula5.814.9336.114.70029.633

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk15.15014.15014.30013.90015.70014.30087.500
2.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir14.85014.65015.10013.45014.65014.60087.300
3.Nikita IgnatyevLeninsk-Kuznetsky14.90014.00014.95014.10014.05014.25086.250
4.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir14.70014.65015.05014.30013.40013.65085.750
5.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow14.75011.55013.85015.20014.60014.15084.100
6.Andrei CherkasovLeninsk-Kuznetsky/Novosibirsk14.60013.50013.65014.70013.00014.00083.450
7.Daniil KazachkovNovosibirsk/Penza13.90013.10014.40014.40013.80013.55083.150
8.Artur DalaloianMoscow14.85013.90013.55014.25013.30012.35082.200
9.Grigory ZyryanovKemerovo/Novosibirsk13.35014.10012.20014.05014.60013.45081.750
10.Pavel PavlovPenza13.55013.30014.20013.45014.15012.85081.500
11.Roman SuetinNizhny Tagil12.05014.10012.80013.65014.60014.05081.250
12.Alexei KosianovMoscow13.70014.00013.45014.10012.75012.80080.800
13.Sergei StepanovCormorants BI, Baklanov SB14.25014.10012.90013.70013.75011.50080.200
14.Andrei LagutovLeninsk-Kuznetsky13.60012.55013.25014.15013.70012.90080.150
15.Sergei DanilenkoChelyabinsk14.10013.05012.95013.50013.35012.70079.650
16.Nikolai KovinovSyzran/Penza13.25013.00013.85013.85012.70012.45079.100
17.Alexei RostovVladimir12.70013.75012.95013.35013.10013.25079.100
18.Vilyam KatynSaransk13.60014.20012.50012.90013.65012.15079.000
19.Ivan TihonovSyzran/Penza12.60013.05013.65014.00013.75011.65078.700
20.Kirill ProkopyevVladimir/Smolensk13.15011.30013.80013.30013.30013.50078.350
21.Alexander BogatyrevBarnaul12.65013.90012.95012.80012.80013.15078.250
22.Rem AkovCherkessk12.95013.20012.65013.10013.05013.05078.000
23.Vyacheslav VeselovMoscow12.05013.45012.90013.10013.45012.70077.650
24.Nikolai OstafTyumen12.40013.35013.05013.05012.40012.65076.900
25.Sergei KrivunecVolgograd13.65012.80011.95012.90012.90012.30076.500
26.Dmitry RadionovSaint Petersburg/Rostov-on-Don12.60013.00013.05013.20012.15012.45076.450
27.Denis KolpakovSaint Petersburg13.75012.90012.70013.30013.25010.45076.350
28.Artyom PleshkinSaransk13.05011.30012.55014.65013.20011.55076.300
29.Alexei KozlovMoscow13.55012.60012.80012.30012.60012.20076.050
30.Mikhail TarloBlagoveschensk13.30012.80012.00012.65013.20011.70075.650
31.Ilya KibartasVladimir12.80012.35012.40013.15012.10012.70075.500
32.Alexei ShirokihVotkinsk13.35012.40011.65013.40012.60012.00075.400
33.Alexei BogdanovVladimir12.70014.10010.70012.35012.20013.25075.300
34.Georgy MikheyevKrasnoyarsk12.70012.60012.20011.95013.30012.20074.950
35.Ilya ZakrevskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk12.50012.30012.05014.25012.00011.80074.900
36.Alexander GrishinVolgograd13.50012.75011.15012.35012.80012.20074.750
37.Yevgeny VasilyevVladimir14.15011.95011.25014.00012.80010.15074.300
38.Ivan CherkashevChelyabinsk11.30013.45012.65012.90011.65011.95073.900
39.Nikita NikitinSaint Petersburg13.65012.40011.75013.55012.7009.50073.550
40.Dmitry KharkovPenza12.7508.80013.05012.00014.05012.75073.400
41.Artyom VasinZelenodolsk12.55010.65012.60013.15011.00010.90070.850
42.Ivan TsvetkovKostroma12.80010.20011.30012.60012.10011.80070.800
43.Mikhail TsvetkovKostroma13.20010.25011.25012.00011.80010.55069.050
44.Stanislav KurakinKrasnodar11.40010.50011.85012.20012.35010.70069.000
45.Alexei BykovRostov-on-Don14.40013.55012.60014.00012.15066.700
46.Denis TuranskyRostov-on-Don12.30011.8005.65012.15011.95010.50064.350
47.Alexei KoltakovVladimir14.25010.35013.00013.05012.85063.500
48.Gleb GarmashSaint Petersburg12.60011.15013.20012.05011.15060.150
49.Anton SharikovSaint Petersburg12.4009.90011.15012.60012.45058.500
50.Kirill PotapovTomsk13.95013.55013.70013.40054.600
51.Ivan StretovichNovosibirsk14.85011.15014.20013.25053.450
52.Viktor BritanChelyabinsk/Smolensk13.15013.15012.55012.80051.650
53.Igor IlinykhSaint Petersburg13.35012.75013.15011.75051.000
54.Valentin StarikovSyzran11.85013.25013.15012.55050.800
55.Boris LozhkinRostov-on-Don13.25011.10012.70012.50049.550
56.Sergei YegorovAstrakhan12.50010.25012.20012.65047.600
57.Denis AblyazinPenza/Moscow14.80015.65014.65045.100
58.Vladislav PolyashovCheboksary15.10015.05014.10044.250
59.Matvei PetrovKaliningrad15.10013.95014.00043.050
60.Nikita LezhankinNizhny Tagil14.65013.60014.05042.300
61.Dmitry LankinRostov-on-Don/Moscow13.30014.35013.85041.500
62.Konstantin KuzovkovKorolev13.75013.10014.45041.300
63.Andrei PerevozhnikovKorolev14.60012.40012.65039.650
64.Mikhail NikolayevUlyanovsk10.95012.35013.15036.450
65.Vitaly VanifatovPenza12.70012.20011.30036.200
66.Alexei KanesevPenza13.85011.00010.20035.050
67.Maxim KhodykinSmolensk/Petrozavodsk13.80013.25027.050
68.Nikita SimonovSyzran/Penza13.25013.10026.350
69.Nikolai ShadurkinTomsk13.10011.90025.000
70.Shamil KaraketovCherkessk11.75013.05024.800
71.Dmitry TurayevPenza9.50011.55021.050
72.Vadim YegorovOmsk11.55011.550

Women's Team QualificationVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Central71.56670.66670.36769.666282.265
Ksenia Afanasyeva14.93314.700
Viktoria Komova14.70015.000
Maria Kharenkova14.10014.43315.36714.133
Yevgenia Shelgunova14.36714.00013.33314.133
Daria Yelizarova14.23313.03313.80013.000
Maria Bondareva13.93314.50012.86713.700
2.Moscow73.20171.80069.26765.500279.768
Viktoria Komova14.70015.000
Daria Spiridonova13.86715.36713.40013.233
Alla Sosnitskaya15.33313.36714.33313.567
Maria Paseka15.46714.93314.200
Seda Tutkhalyan15.06713.43314.26713.567
Alexandra Yazydzhyan13.46712.56712.26710.933
3.Volga68.63463.13463.73365.032262.066
Maria Silyukova12.6679.80010.63311.800
Olga Valekzhanina11.83311.33310.73312.233
Yevgenia Shelgunova14.36714.00013.33314.133
Anastasia Dmitrieva14.40013.16713.33314.200
Polina Fyodorova13.53313.06714.06712.333
Olga Bikmurzina13.66713.10012.26712.133
4.Saint Petersburg68.23362.03464.13465.133261.467
Yekaterina Kramarenko14.10013.86713.06714.167
Tatiana Nabiyeva13.03313.06710.733
Anastasia Cheong13.90011.93313.03313.433
Lilia Akhaimova13.70011.83313.16712.733
Alla Sidorenko13.50013.26713.16712.767
Yekaterina Boyeva12.4009.90011.70012.033
5.South67.53357.60059.73461.866248.266
Ksenia Molozhavenko12.83312.96712.20011.933
Yekaterina Ischenko12.2009.5009.90012.433
Anastasia Osetrova13.43310.50010.80011.467
Yelena Scherbakova13.30011.13311.46711.900
Yevgenia Menovschikova13.8679.56710.43310.833
Maria Kharenkova14.10014.43315.36714.133
6.Siberia66.10054.93460.73361.168244.468
Yulia Biryulia14.13312.80012.96713.167
Polina Spirina13.3009.56712.03311.600
Yekaterina Shtronda12.76711.90012.93312.767
Anastasia Kobelkova12.70010.93311.03311.667
Marina Shashmurina13.20011.26711.10011.967
Alyona Nedovba12.7009.40011.70011.200
7.Central 266.56748.23360.76763.199241.666
Kristina Kruglikova14.10011.30011.66712.767
Margarita Varnakova13.00010.40012.80011.667
Kristina Kiseler13.56711.33312.70012.433
Alina Bunina13.1009.43311.53312.633
Anastasia Bolshova12.8007.50011.06712.033
Olesya Lebedeva12.4678.66712.06713.333
8.Northwest66.19951.26756.86759.567233.900
Anna Vanyushkina13.7339.83311.20012.400
Kristina Goryunova13.63312.46714.03312.700
Maria Iontef13.03310.76710.30010.667
Daria Savatkina12.8339.73310.16711.933
Alina Fedotova12.9678.46711.16711.867

Men's Team QualificationFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Volga71.6569.7571.4570.1072.4566.30421.70
Pavel Pavlov13.55013.30014.20013.45014.15012.850
Daniil Kazachkov13.90013.10014.40014.40013.80013.550
Sergei Stepanov14.25014.10012.90013.70013.75011.500
Vladislav Polyashov15.10015.05014.100
Denis Ablyazin14.80015.65014.650
David Belyavsky15.15014.15014.30013.90015.70014.300
2.Siberia71.60068.65068.75071.45069.15068.650418.25
Daniil Kazachkov13.90013.10014.40014.40013.80013.550
Nikita Ignatyev14.90014.00014.95014.10014.05014.250
Andrei Cherkasov14.60013.50013.65014.70013.00014.000
Ivan Stretovich14.85011.15014.20013.250
Grigory Zyryanov13.35014.10012.20014.05014.60013.450
Kirill Potapov13.95013.55013.70013.400
3.Urals70.65069.10069.05069.40069.60067.500415.30
Roman Suetin12.05014.10012.80013.65014.60014.050
Viktor Britan13.15013.15012.55012.800
Nikita Lezhankin14.65013.60014.050
Sergei Danilenko14.10013.05012.95013.50013.35012.700
David Belyavsky15.15014.15014.30013.90015.70014.300
4.Central69.55069.95067.60067.40066.80065.150406.45
Mikhail Kudashov14.70014.65015.05014.30013.40013.650
Nikolai Kuksenkov14.85014.65015.10013.45014.65014.600
Kirill Prokopyev13.15011.30013.80013.30013.30013.500
Yevgeny Vasilyev14.15011.95011.25014.00012.80010.150
Alexei Bogdanov12.70014.10010.70012.35012.20013.250
Andrei Perevoznikov14.60012.40012.650
5.South69.60063.90060.65068.80066.85063.300393.10
Boris Lozhkin 13.25011.10012.70012.500
Alexei Bykov 14.40013.55012.60014.00012.150
Alexander Grishin13.50012.75011.15012.35012.80012.200
Sergei Krivunets13.65012.80011.95012.90012.90012.300
Dmitry Lankin13.30014.35013.850
Nikita Nagorny14.75011.55013.85015.20014.60014.150
6.Volga 265.25060.90066.35067.40067.80061.550391.75
Nikolai Kovinov13.25013.00013.85013.85012.70012.450
Ivan Tikhonov 12.60013.05013.65014.00013.75011.650
Valentin Starikov11.85013.25013.15012.550
Artyom Pleshkin13.05011.30012.55014.65013.20011.550
Vilyam Katyn 13.60014.20012.50012.90013.65012.150
Dmitry Kharkov12.7508.80013.05012.00014.05012.750
7.Moscow71.40052.90069.40072.55067.95052.000386.20
Denis Ablyazin14.80015.65014.650
Dmitry Lankin13.30014.35013.850
Nikita Nagorny14.75011.55013.85015.20014.60014.150
Artur Dalaloyan14.85013.90013.55014.25013.30012.350
Vyacheslav Veselov12.05013.45012.90013.10013.45012.700
Alexei Kosyanov13.70014.00013.45014.10012.75012.800
8.Saint Petersburg65.95059.35061.40066.40062.75057.300374.10
Denis Kolpakov13.75012.90012.70013.30013.25010.450
Anton Sharikov12.4009.90011.15012.60012.450
Dmitry Radionov12.60013.00013.05013.20012.15012.450
Nikita Nikitin13.65012.40011.75013.55012.7009.500
Gleb Garmash 12.60011.15013.20012.05011.150
Igor Ilinykh13.35012.75013.15011.750

Women's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1.Maria PasekaMoscow6.49.06715.46715.284
5.89.30015.100
2.Alla SosnitskayaMoscow6.48.93315.33315.133
5.89.13314.933
3.Seda TutkhalyanMoscow5.89.26715.06714.884
5.69.10014.700
4.Ksenia AfanasyevaKhimki/Tula5.89.13314.93314.717
5.68.90014.500
5.Anastasia DmitrievaTogliatti5.88.60014.40014.134
5.28.767-0.113.867
6.Kristina KruglikovaVladimir5.09.10014.10013.900
4.88.90013.700
7.Yulia BiryuliaKemerovo5.09.13314.13313.833
4.49.13313.533
8.Anna VanyushkinaVeliky Novgorod5.08.73313.73313.667
4.69.00013.600
R1.Yevgenia MenovschikovaAnapa5.28.66713.86713.650
4.68.83313.433
R2.Daria LopatinaNizhnekamsk5.08.73313.73313.467
4.68.700-0.113.200
R3.Polina FyodorovaCheboksary5.08.53313.53313.350
4.48.76713.167

Uneven Bars QualificationDENDScore
1.Daria SpiridonovaMoscow6.68.76715.367
2.Maria PasekaMoscow5.99.03314.933
3.Viktoria KomovaVoronezh/Moscow6.18.60014.700
4.Maria BondarevaFryazino6.18.40014.500
5.Maria KharenkovaRostov-on-Don, Khimki68.43314.433
6.Yevgenia ShelgunovaKhimki/Alatyr6.27.80014.000
7.Yekaterina KramarenkoSaint Petersburg5.97.96713.867
8.Seda TutkhalyanMoscow5.87.63313.433
R1.Alla SosnitskayaMoscow5.87.56713.367
R2.Alla SidorenkoSaint Petersburg5.57.76713.267
R3.Anastasia DmitrievaTogliatti5.47.76713.167

Balance Beam QualificationDENDScore
1.Maria KharenkovaRostov-on-Don/Khimki6.88.667-0.115.367
2.Viktoria KomovaVoronezh/Moscow5.89.20015.000
3.Alla SosnitskayaMoscow5.58.83314.333
4.Seda TutkhalyanMoscow6.67.66714.267
5.Polina FyodorovaCheboksary5.68.46714.067
6.Kristina GoryunovaVeliky Novgorod5.68.43314.033
7.Daria YelizarovaTula5.38.600-0.113.800
8.Daria SpiridonovaMoscow5.97.50013.400
R1.Anastasia DmitrievaTogliatti5.97.43313.333
R2.Yevgenia ShelgunovaKhimki/Alatyr67.33313.333
R3.Alla SidorenkoSaint Petersburg5.28.067-0.113.167

Women's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1.Ksenia AfanasyevaKhimki/Tula6.18.60014.700
2.Maria PasekaMoscow5.58.70014.200
3.Anastasia DmitrievaTogliatti5.68.60014.200
4.Yekaterina KramarenkoSaint Petersburg5.78.46714.167
5.Maria KharenkovaRostov-on-Don/Khimki5.68.53314.133
6.Yevgenia ShelgunovaKhimki/Alatyr5.88.33314.133
7.Maria BondarevaFryazino5.28.50013.700
8.Seda TutkhalyanMoscow5.58.06713.567
R1.Alla SosnitskayaMoscow5.77.86713.567
R2.Anastasia CheongSaint Petersburg5.48.03313.433
R3.Olesya LebedevaVoronezh5.28.13313.333

Men's Floor Exercise QualificationScore
1.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk15.150
2.Nikita IgnatyevLeninsk-Kuznetsky14.900
3.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir14.850
4.Ivan StretovichNovosibirsk14.850
5.Artur DalaloyanMoscow14.850
6.Denis AblyazinPenza/Moscow14.800
7.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow14.750
8.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir14.700
R1.Nikita LezhankinNizhny Tagil14.650
R2.Andrei CherkasovLeninsk-Kuznetsky/Novosibirsk14.600
R3.Alexei BykovRostov-on-Don14.400

Pommel Horse QualificationScore
1.Vladislav PolyashovCheboksary15.100
2.Matvei PetrovKaliningrad15.100
3.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir14.650
4.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir14.650
5.Andrei PerevozhnikovKorolev14.600
6.Vilyam KatynSaransk14.200
7.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk14.150
8.Sergei StepanovCheboksary/Penza14.100
R1.Roman SuetinNizhny Tagil14.100
R2.Alexei BogdanovVladimir14.100
R3.Grigory ZyryanovKemerovo/Novosibirsk14.100

Still Rings QualificationScore
1.Denis AblyazinPenza/Moscow15.650
2.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir15.100
3.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir15.050
4.Nikita IgnatyevLeninsk-Kuznetsky14.950
5.Daniil KazachkovNovosibirsk/Penza14.400
6.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk14.300
7.Pavel PavlovPenza14.200
8.Matvei PetrovKaliningrad13.950
R1.Nikolai KovinovSyzran/Penza13.850
R2.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow13.850
R3.Maxim KhodykinSmolensk/Petrozavodsk13.800

Men's Vault QualificationScoreAverage
1.Denis AblyazinPenza/Moscow14.65014.575
14.500
2.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow15.20014.425
13.650
3.Konstantin KuzovkovKorolyov14.45014.375
14.300
4.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir14.30013.900
13.500
5.Artur DalaloyanMoscow14.25013.900
13.550
6.Artyom PleshkinSaransk14.65013.875
13.100
7.Roman SuetinNizhny Tagil13.65013.800
13.950
8.Nikita LezhankinNizhny Tagil14.05013.650
13.250
R1.Ilya ZakrevskyYekaterinburg14.25013.575
12.900
R2.Alexei BykovRostov-on-Don14.00013.400
12.800
R3.Pavel PavlovPenza13.45013.300
13.150

Parallel Bars QualificationScore
1.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk15.700
2.Vladislav PolyashovCheboksary15.050
3.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir14.650
4.Grigory ZyryanovKemerovo/Novosibirsk14.600
5.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow14.600
6.Roman SuetinNizhny Tagil14.600
7.Pavel PavlovPenza14.150
8.Dmitry KharkovPenza14.050
R1.Nikita IgnatyevLeninsk-Kuznetsky14.050
R2.Matvei PetrovKaliningrad14.000
R3.Dmitry LankinRostov-on-Don/Moscow13.850

High Bar QualificationScore
1.Nikolai KuksenkovVladimir14.600
2.David BelyavskyYekaterinburg/Izhevsk14.300
3.Nikita IgnatyevLeninsk-Kuznetsky14.250
4.Nikita NagornyRostov-on-Don/Moscow14.150
5.Vladislav PolyashovCheboksary14.100
6.Roman SuetinNizhny Tagil14.050
7.Andrei CherkasovLeninsk-Kuznetsky/Novosibirsk14.000
8.Mikhail KudashovChelyabinsk/Vladimir13.650
R1.Daniil KazachkovNovosibirsk/Penza13.550
R2.Kirill ProkopyevVladimir/Smolensk13.500
R3.Grigory ZyryanovKemerovo/Novosibirsk13.450
 
Written by dwight normile    Sunday, 15 February 2015 08:21    PDF Print
Romania Dominant at Nadia Comaneci International Invitational
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

A year after placing third, the same three Romanian juniors returned to the Nadia Comaneci International Invitational, held in Oklahoma City on Feb. 14, and swept most of the awards. The talented trio of Olivia Cimpian, Ioana Crisan and Alexandra Mihai, all of whom train at Deva, displayed clean, technically sound gymnastics and totaled 106.100 to run away with the team title. Cimpian and Crisan totaled 52.85 to tie for the all-around gold. And had Mihai not sustained a minor injury to her thumb while warming up bars in the final rotation, she would likely have grabbed the third all-around medal.

Their coach, Florin Cotutiu, said he was not surprised that two of them tied for first. He explained that all three girls are at the same level. When they compete in various competitions at home, one of them wins, then the other, and so on.

Crisan won the individual titles on vault (clean Yurchenko-full) and balance beam (back extension, flip-flop, layout; side somi; side aerial; flip-flop, flip-flop, double tuck). Cimpian edged Mihai by 0.10 for the floor title (high tucked full-in mount and beautiful double turn in attitude), while Canada's Laurie-Lou Vezina (Gym-Fly) swung the top routine on uneven bars, showing a high toe-on Tkatchev and Yezhova (front with half turn from high bar to low bar).

Vezina and teammate Victoria Jurca combined their considerable talents to give Gym-Fly the second-place team trophy, while Bulgarian sensation Elisabet Vasileva joined U.S. gymnasts Jenna Dunn, Cameo Stapleton and Ryan Henry (all Bart Conner Gymnastics Academy) to place third.

HIghlights of the event included yet another appearance by two-time Olympian Jessica Lopez of Venezuela, who used the event to prepare for the American Cup on March 7. To protect a minor foot injury, she performed only two events, uneven bars and balance beam, and both were excellent. Her bars included a Maloney to back uprise, free hip, Higgins turn to half pirouette, Tkatchev-Gienger; a layout Jaeger from elgrip and a double front dismount from elgrip (14.75). Her beam was just as packed: flip-flop, 2-foot flip-flop, layout; switch leap-half; front aerial-sheep jump; side aerial-sissone; side somi; roundoff, flip-flop, 2.5 twist; 15.60.

Vasileva said she was happy to compete, even though she had issues on vault (instead of a Yurchenko-full, she did a simple Yurchenko) and she dropped off beam after her 1.5 pirouette while holding her leg with her hand in a needle. (An training version of this routine reached more than 1 million people of the IG Facebook page.) The rest of her beam was original and had the crowd cheering throughout. She mounted with a press to reverse planche, then arched until she could place both feet on the beam and stand up. She also performed an Onodi and an original leap in which she lands in a high Arabesque, holding her leg behind her with both hands. A former rhythmic gymnast, Vasileva showed a mash-up on floor, combining rhythmic turns and strong tumbling.

The tiny but dynamic Montana Fairbairn (Stampede City) was also a joy to watch as she battled courageously throughout. Her beam, in particular, showed her grit as she avoided falling on a few occasions, while her entertaining floor began with a solid 1.5 twist through to double tuck.

The meet also featured exhibition routines from Special Olympian Chelsea Werner, who traveled from California to show her talents on uneven bars and floor exercise.

Read the full story on the meet as well as an in-depth profile on Jessica Lopez in the March issue of IG.

 
Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 18 December 2014 11:54    PDF Print
Veterans, New Stars Shine at Voronin Cup
(6 votes, average 4.33 out of 5)



Russia's Yekaterina Kramarenko and Kazuma Kaya were among the champions at the 2014 Mikhail Voronin Cup, held Tuesday and Wednesday in Moscow. Pictured: Women's senior vault medalists Ksenia Afanasyeva and Maria Paseka (Russia) and Anna Pavlova (Azerbaijan).

Russia's Yekaterina Kramarenko and Kazuma Kaya were among the champions at the 2014 Mikhail Voronin Cup, held Tuesday and Wednesday in Moscow.

This year's event, held at Olimpisky Stadium, featured more than 125 senior and junior gymnasts from 21 nations. The annual event is held in honor of the late great Mikhail Voronin, the 1966 world all-around champion and 1968 Olympic champion on high bar.

Most of Russia's top stars skipped the event because of injuries or to rest for next season. 2014 world floor exercise champion Denis Ablyazin sat out after undergoing wrist surgery, while 2012 Olympic team captain Emin Garibov is recuperating from his third shoulder surgery of 2014. World and Olympic champion Aliya Mustafina is resting a back injury and Viktoria Komova was forced to withdraw because of minor surgery to remove a benign cyst in her jaw. 2014 Youth Olympic Games gold medalists Seda Tutkhalyan and Nikita Nagorny, along with Junior European all-around champion Angelina Melnikova, also sat out the event.


Junior talent Yekaterina Sokova (Russia) took three event titles in Moscow.

In their absence, several rising stars and a few veterans stepped up to shine in Moscow. Kramarenko, a 2008 Olympian and 2014 world team member, captured the senior all-around, uneven bars and balance beam titles.

Kramarenko and junior Anastasia Ilyankova also paired up to win the women's team title. A duo from the host club, Moscow Dinamo, took second ahead of Finland.

Russia swept the senior and junior women's all-around gold and silver medals and all the apparatus finals. Kristina Kruglikova finished second in the senior all-around ahead of teammate Irina Sazonova. Former Russian star Anna Pavlova, now representing Azerbaijan, took the bronze because of the two-per country rule.

2012 Olympians Maria Paseka and Ksenia Afanasyeva, who missed this year's world championships with injuries, each took one title in Moscow. Paseka took the vault gold medal over Afanasyeva and Pavlova.

Afanasyeva, who competed watered-routines at last month's DTB Team Cup in Germany, said she was pleased with her results after coming back from a chronic ankle injury.

"I am happy with everything," she said. "The task was to go out and test myself with everything I can do at the moment. I handled everything well. I've undergone three operations, and this problem will probably haunt me for life. Therefore I needed to apply ice because I landed a little bit poorly on vault. But it's nothing serious. We will have training camp and then preparation for the Russian championships. I feel like I can do it, and most importantly, my health is better."

Ilyankova, 13, won the junior women's all-around title over Daria Skrypnik, 14. Yekaterina Sokova and Natalia Kapitanova, both 14, were bumped out of the all-around bronze, which went to Finland's Maria Sileoni.

Sokova dominated the junior event finals with gold medals on vault, balance beam and floor exercise. Kapitanova won uneven bars with 14.450 (6.1 Difficulty), the highest score of the junior women's competition.

Japan dominated the men's competition with the team title and both all-around golds. Kaya, the 2013 Japan Junior International champion, claimed the senior title over Russia's Mikhail Kudashov and Japan's Wataru Tanigawa.

The juniors matched the senior podium, with Japan's Fumiya Kitamura winning gold over Russia's Stanislav Khegai and Shigeto Suzuki.

In apparatus finals, Tanigawa won floor exercise while teammate Kaya took grabbed more golds on parallel bars and high bar.

World and Olympic silver medalist Filip Ude (Croatia) snagged the pommel horse title, and Armenia's Artur Davtyan won still rings and vault.

Four nations were golden in the junior men's apparatus finals. Suzuki won pommel horse, while three Russian gymnasts took titles - Dmitry Lankin (still rings), Insaf Idiyatullin (parallel bars) and Artyom Arnaut (high bar). Kazakhstan picked up two gold medals from Milad Karimi (floor exercise) and Ilyas Azizov (vault).

External Link: Russian Gymnastics Federation

21st Mikhail Voronin Cup
Dec. 16-17, 2014, Moscow

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Russia 27.75 28.35 27.60 27.20 110.90
Anastasia Ilyankova 13.70 13.80 14.35 13.40
Yekaterina Kramarenko 14.05 14.55 13.25 13.80
2. Dinamo Moscow 26.75 26.10 23.75 27.00 103.60
Natalia Kapitonova 13.25 14.40 11.75 14.05
Polina Spirina 13.50 11.70 12.00 12.95
3. Finland 26.40 24.25 25.40 25.85 101.90
Maria Sileoni 13.55 12.40 12.95 13.60
Tira Kuitunen 12.85 11.85 12.45 12.25
4. Azerbaijan 27.25 23.85 24.95 24.60 100.65
Yulia Inshina 13.70 10.95 12.15 12.15
Anna Pavlova 13.55 12.90 12.80 12.45
5. Belarus 25.10 22.75 25.50 26.40 99.75
Valeria Tsekhmistrenko 12.30 10.00 12.05 13.15
Natalia Yakubova 12.80 12.75 13.45 13.25
6. Netherlands 27.15 21.65 23.05 24.50 96.35
Isa Maassen 13.95 9.75 10.75 12.80
Sanna Veerman 13.20 11.90 12.30 11.70
7. Kazakhstan 25.35 20.15 25.85 23.45 94.80
Tangsholpan Kenzhakyn 13.30 10.00 11.75 10.90
Zhanerke Duisek 12.05 10.15 14.10 12.55
8. Uzbekistan 25.75 18.00 24.50 25.75 94.00
Turdikhon Islomova 13.10 10.30 12.35 12.90
Omina Khalilova 12.65 7.70 12.15 12.85
9. Iceland 25.35 21.48 22.90 23.90 93.63
Inga Sigurdardttir 12.60 8.95 10.30 11.30
Dominiqua Belanyi 12.75 12.53 12.60 12.60
10. Georgia 25.60 17.45 24.05 25.70 92.80
Magda Robakidze 13.40 9.90 12.45 13.20
Nato Dzidziguri 12.20 7.55 11.60 12.50
11. Serbia 25.10 21.05 20.70 24.75 91.60
Dejana Kuzmanović 12.70 9.15 9.85 12.40
Aleksandra Raščić 12.40 11.90 10.85 12.35
12. Latvia 24.55 17.80 22.20 23.70 88.25
Alina Circene 12.35 8.70 12.20 12.00
Anastasija Zulina 12.20 9.10 10.00 11.70
13. Turkmenistan 22.65 9.35 18.15 19.10 69.25
Maiza Kuliyeva 11.20 2.85 9.70 9.90
Yelena Goloveshkina 11.45 6.50 8.45 9.20
14. Israel 24.35 16.40 18.35 59.10
Noa Nizan 12.00 7.90 8.00
Tamar Eyal 12.35 8.50 10.35
15. France 13.25 12.05 12.90 11.90 50.10
Lucie Perdreau 13.25 12.05 12.90 11.90

Men's TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Japan 30.00 28.60 26.90 28.95 29.90 29.10 173.45
Kazuma Kaya 14.95 15.30 13.60 14.50 14.90 14.40
Wataru Tanigawa 15.05 13.30 13.30 14.45 15.00 14.70
2. Russia 28.65 28.20 29.80 28.95 29.00 28.40 173.00
Roman Suetin 13.95 14.00 14.60 14.30 13.60 13.70
Andrei Cherkasov 14.30 12.25 13.30 14.00 14.50 14.10
Pavel Pavlov 14.10 13.15 14.70 14.10 13.35 13.90
Mikhail Kudashov 14.35 13.80 15.10 14.65 14.50 14.10
Alexei Rostov 13.25 14.20 13.70 13.30 14.10 14.30
3. Armenia 28.05 29.30 28.20 27.15 26.55 27.00 166.25
Artur Davtyan 14.00 14.85 14.95 14.15 14.00 13.80
Armen Petrosyan 14.05 14.45 13.25 13.00 12.55 13.20
4. Lithuania 28.20 26.60 25.80 27.95 28.45 27.50 164.50
Robert Tvorogal 14.20 13.35 13.20 13.75 14.25 13.60
Tomas Kuzmickas 14.00 13.25 12.60 14.20 14.20 13.90
5. Italy 27.35 24.85 25.55 26.85 26.15 27.90 158.65
Lorenzo Ticchi 13.60 12.90 13.55 13.95 14.45 13.90
Tommaso De Vecchis 13.75 11.95 12.00 12.90 11.70 14.00
6. Belarus 26.65 25.75 24.70 27.20 25.60 27.05 156.95
Artyom Tsireshko 13.00 13.95 11.95 13.70 12.95 13.50
Denis Sanuvong 13.65 11.80 12.75 13.50 12.65 13.55
7. 26.75 25.00 24.20 26.60 24.55 26.60 153.70
Aleksejs Pajada 13.30 12.40 12.30 13.75 11.70 13.10
Sergejs Pozņakovs 13.45 12.60 11.90 12.85 12.85 13.50
8. Kazakhstan 25.65 24.55 24.30 26.05 25.65 25.80 152.00
Milad Karimi 13.65 12.20 13.20 13.05 13.15 13.60
Ilyas Azizov 12.00 12.35 11.10 13.00 12.50 12.20
9. Serbia 26.45 25.35 24.70 27.00 22.20 25.45 151.15
Petar Veličković 13.25 12.90 12.55 13.00 10.40 12.00
Bojan Dejanović 13.20 12.45 12.15 14.00 11.80 13.45
10. Georgia 27.00 21.80 25.50 25.65 23.00 17.90 140.85
Ioane Jimsheleishvili 13.25 10.70 12.30 12.55 11.55 11.30
Paata Nozadze 13.75 11.10 13.20 13.10 11.45 6.60
11. Iceland 23.65 19.95 22.10 24.05 21.15 23.20 134.10
Hróbjartur Hilmarsson 11.65 9.65 9.90 11.50 11.00 12.20
Jon Gunnarsson 12.00 10.30 12.20 12.55 10.15 11.00
12. Costa Rica 22.85 16.55 23.10 25.55 21.45 21.00 130.50
Francisco Acuña 12.20 8.05 12.00 12.80 9.95 10.90
Luis Soto 10.65 8.50 11.10 12.75 11.50 10.10
13. France 15.15 24.50 14.40 14.20 24.30 14.10 106.65
Baptiste Miette 12.00 9.75
Mathias Philippe 15.15 12.50 14.40 14.20 14.55 14.10
14. Netherlands 12.80 22.75 10.85 10.60 22.65 24.60 104.25
Max Kooistra 11.75 11.50 12.70
Milo Kapitein 12.80 11.00 10.85 10.60 11.15 11.90
15. Croatia 14.55 15.45 30.00
Filip Ude 14.55 15.45
16. Cyprus 12.80 12.10 24.90
Neofytos Kyriakou 12.80 12.10

Senior Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Yekaterina Kramarenko 5.0 14.05 6.0 14.55 5.5 13.25 5.3 13.80 55.65
2. Kristina Kruglikova 5.0 14.20 4.4 11.90 5.1 13.25 5.4 13.50 52.85
-- Irina Sazonova 5.0 13.60 5.7 13.30 5.0 13.20 4.7 12.00 52.10
3. Anna Pavlova* 5.8 13.55 4.1 12.90 5.1 12.80 4.6 12.45 51.70
5. Yekaterina Shtronda 4.4 13.30 4.4 11.35 5.4 13.50 4.6 12.80 50.95
6. Dominiqua Belanyi 4.2 12.75 4.2 12.53 4.5 12.60 4.3 12.60 50.48
7. Yulia Inshina 5.0 13.70 2.9 10.95 5.0 12.15 5.1 12.15 48.95
8. Zhanerke Duisek 4.4 12.05 4.1 10.15 5.8 14.10 4.3 12.55 48.85
9. Valentina Shokhina 5.0 13.65 4.1 10.10 5.0 11.80 4.8 12.80 48.35
10. Ksenia Artyomova 4.6 12.95 3.9 11.75 3.7 11.75 4.7 11.05 47.50
11. Aleksandra Raščić 4.2 12.40 4.5 11.90 3.5 10.85 4.5 12.35 47.50
12. Tangsholpan Kenzhakyn 4.4 13.30 4.8 10.00 4.5 11.75 4.5 10.90 45.95
13. Omina Khalilova 4.2 12.65 3.7 7.70 4.8 12.15 4.6 12.85 45.35
14. Nato Dzidziguri 4.6 12.20 2.0 7.55 5.0 11.60 4.5 12.50 43.85
15. Anastasija Zulina 4.2 12.20 1.4 9.10 3.7 10.00 3.6 11.70 43.00
16. Maria Paseka 5.8 14.90 5.7 14.35 5.0 13.10 42.35
17. Yelena Goloveshkina 4.4 11.45 1.9 6.50 3.5 8.45 2.2 9.20 35.60
18. Tamar Eyal 4.2 12.35 3.4 8.50 3.9 10.35 31.20
19. Ksenia Afanasyeva 5.8 15.05 6.0 15.00 30.05
* Bronze medalist

Senior Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Kazuma Kaya 5.9 14.95 6.5 15.30 5.9 13.60 5.6 14.50 6.5 14.90 6.5 14.40 87.65
2. Mikhail Kudashov 6.0 14.35 5.8 13.80 6.6 15.10 5.6 14.65 5.7 14.50 5.6 14.10 86.50
3. Wataru Tanigawa 6.3 15.05 6.0 13.30 5.7 13.30 5.6 14.45 6.3 15.00 5.9 14.70 85.80
4. Artur Davtyan 5.3 14.00 5.9 14.85 5.9 14.95 6.0 14.15 5.1 14.00 5.0 13.80 85.75
5. Mathias Philippe 6.1 15.15 5.3 12.50 5.9 14.40 5.2 14.20 6.1 14.55 5.6 14.10 84.90
6. Artur Dalaloyan 6.3 14.60 5.5 12.95 5.3 14.10 5.6 14.10 6.1 14.40 5.8 14.60 84.75
7. Roman Suetin 5.7 13.95 5.6 14.00 6.2 14.60 6.0 14.30 5.9 13.60 5.5 13.70 84.15
8. Pavel Pavlov 6.1 14.10 4.9 13.15 6.5 14.70 5.6 14.10 5.8 13.35 5.5 13.90 83.30
9. Alexei Rostov 6.1 13.25 5.9 14.20 5.8 13.70 5.2 13.30 5.4 14.10 5.9 14.30 82.85
10. Andrei Cherkasov 5.7 14.30 4.9 12.25 5.7 13.30 5.6 14.00 6.1 14.50 5.9 14.10 82.45
11. Robert Tvorogal 5.6 14.20 5.3 13.35 4.8 13.20 5.2 13.75 5.6 14.25 5.2 13.60 82.35
12. Lorenzo Ticchi 5.4 13.60 5.4 12.90 5.6 13.55 5.2 13.95 6.1 14.45 5.5 13.90 82.35
13. Tomas Kuzmickas 6.3 14.00 4.7 13.25 4.5 12.60 5.2 14.20 5.9 14.20 5.4 13.90 82.15
14. Sergei Stepanov 5.5 12.75 5.5 14.35 6.1 14.30 5.6 13.60 5.4 13.50 5.3 13.60 82.10
15. Oskar Kirmes 6.1 14.80 5.5 14.25 5.4 13.40 4.8 12.85 5.0 11.40 5.6 14.30 81.00
16. Armen Petrosyan 5.3 14.05 5.8 14.45 4.8 13.25 4.4 13.00 5.1 12.55 4.7 13.20 80.50
17. Artyom Tireshko 5.6 13.00 5.5 13.95 4.5 11.95 5.6 13.70 5.3 12.95 5.1 13.50 79.05
18. Alexei Kosyanov 6.0 13.15 5.6 13.80 4.7 12.50 5.2 13.65 4.8 12.05 4.4 12.90 78.05
19. Denis Sanuvong 6.2 13.65 5.3 11.80 4.5 12.75 5.6 13.50 5.0 12.65 5.6 13.55 77.90
20. Sergejs Poznakovs 5.2 13.45 3.6 12.60 4.6 11.90 5.2 12.85 4.4 12.85 4.8 13.50 77.15
21. Bojan Dejanović 4.9 13.20 4.9 12.45 4.0 12.15 5.2 14.00 4.4 11.80 5.0 13.45 77.05
22. Aleksejs Pajada 5.1 13.30 4.0 12.40 4.0 12.30 5.2 13.75 4.2 11.70 4.5 13.10 76.55
23. Yevgeny Vasilyev 5.5 12.95 5.7 12.60 4.3 12.60 5.2 13.85 5.1 11.20 5.0 13.20 76.40
24. Tommaso De Vecchis 5.2 13.75 5.6 11.95 4.7 12.00 4.4 12.90 5.4 11.70 5.7 14.00 76.30
25. Vyacheslav Kim 5.7 13.60 6.0 11.40 5.5 12.50 4.4 11.10 4.7 11.80 5.6 12.50 72.90
26. Dmitry Kharkov 5.2 11.10 4.2 10.75 5.9 13.50 3.6 12.20 5.7 11.55 5.3 13.40 72.50
27. Nodar Lionidze 4.2 11.80 4.6 11.20 3.9 12.30 3.6 11.85 4.3 12.00 4.1 12.50 71.65
28. Paata Nozadze 4.9 13.75 4.3 11.10 4.7 13.20 4.4 13.10 4.4 11.45 2.4 6.60 69.20
29. Milo Kapitein 4.5 12.80 4.2 11.00 3.5 10.85 3.6 10.60 3.9 11.15 3.9 11.90 68.30
30. Jon Gunnarsson 4.9 12.00 3.1 10.30 5.1 12.20 4.4 12.55 3.3 10.15 3.3 11.00 68.20
31. Hróbjartur Hilmarsson 3.5 11.65 3.7 9.65 3.1 9.90 3.6 11.50 3.5 11.00 4.3 12.20 65.90
32. Luis Soto 4.1 10.65 4.1 8.50 4.5 11.10 4.4 12.75 3.9 11.50 3.9 10.10 64.60
33. Artyom Samsonov 4.7 13.60 5.6 13.20 4.7 11.60 4.4 12.75 51.15
34. Nikita Lezhankin 5.6 12.60 4.7 12.10 5.4 12.55 5.2 13.20 50.45
35. Mikhail Nikolayev 5.6 14.00 5.0 13.40 5.6 13.40 40.80
36. Sergei Yeltsov 4.1 8.35 5.4 13.55 5.6 12.20 34.10
37. Filip Ude 5.6 14.55 6.1 15.45 30.00
38. Matvei Petrov 6.7 15.80 6.4 13.60 29.40
39. Kirill Prokopyev 6.3 13.55 6.1 14.40 27.95
40. Daniil Kazachkov 6.5 15.20 5.6 12.60 27.80
41. Konstantin Kuzovkov 5.4 13.65 5.6 13.80 27.45
42. Alexander Tsarevich 4.6 10.00 5.2 13.70 23.70
43. Jocelyn Touyon 6.0 14.00 14.00
44. Andrei Perevoznikov 6.8 13.65 13.65

Junior Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Anastasia Ilyankova 5.0 13.70 5.6 13.80 5.8 14.35 5.2 13.40 55.25
2. Daria Skrypnik 5.0 13.85 6.3 13.90 5.7 13.45 5.0 13.65 54.85
-- Yekaterina Sokova 5.3 13.60 5.6 12.25 5.8 13.60 5.2 14.35 53.80
-- Natalia Kapitonova 4.4 13.25 6.1 14.40 5.6 11.75 5.2 14.05 53.45
3. Maria Sileoni* 4.6 13.55 4.9 12.40 4.9 12.95 5.1 13.60 52.50
6. Natalia Yakubova 4.2 12.80 5.0 12.75 5.5 13.45 4.9 13.25 52.25
7. Viktoria Gazeyeva 5.0 13.30 5.1 13.05 4.5 10.25 5.1 13.60 50.20
8. Polina Spirina 4.6 13.50 5.3 11.70 5.2 12.00 4.9 12.95 50.15
9. Lucie Perdreau 5.0 13.25 5.4 12.05 5.6 12.90 5.1 11.90 50.10
10. Tira Kuitunen 4.2 12.85 4.5 11.85 4.4 12.45 4.6 12.25 49.40
11. Sanna Veerman 4.4 13.20 4.9 11.90 5.2 12.30 4.7 11.70 49.10
12. Magda Robakidze 4.4 13.40 2.4 9.90 4.9 12.45 4.5 13.20 48.95
13. Turdikhon Islomova 5.0 13.10 4.1 10.30 5.4 12.35 5.0 12.90 48.65
14. Anastasia Kuznetsova 4.0 12.65 3.3 10.45 4.8 12.60 4.9 12.75 48.45
15. Yelena Guseva 5.0 13.70 5.2 10.60 5.1 11.50 4.9 12.25 48.05
16. Valeria Tsekhmistrenko 4.0 12.30 2.7 10.00 4.9 12.05 4.7 13.15 47.50
17. Isa Maassen 5.0 13.95 4.2 9.75 4.4 10.75 4.9 12.80 47.25
18. Margarita Varnakova 4.6 12.65 4.2 10.85 5.1 12.20 4.6 11.10 46.80
19. Olga Sanzhiyeva 4.8 13.50 4.5 11.70 5.3 9.85 4.9 11.40 46.45
20. Alina Circene 4.2 12.35 1.3 8.70 5.0 12.20 4.8 12.00 45.25
21. Anastasia Kuzmicheva 4.4 13.00 3.5 9.70 3.3 10.10 4.5 11.70 44.50
22. Dejana Kuzmanović 4.2 12.70 1.7 9.15 4.0 9.85 4.6 12.40 44.10
23. Tekla Thorarensen 4.2 12.65 2.5 9.05 4.2 10.20 4.0 11.95 43.85
24. Inga Sigurdardttir 4.2 12.60 3.2 8.95 4.5 10.30 4.5 11.30 43.15
25. Maiza Kuliyeva 3.2 11.20 1.1 2.85 3.6 9.70 3.2 9.90 33.65
26. Noa Nizan 4.0 12.00 3.6 7.90 2.7 8.00 27.90
* Bronze medalist

Junior Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Fumiya Kitamura 5.2 13.60 5.2 14.10 4.9 13.95 5.2 14.15 5.5 12.85 5.0 13.90 82.55
2. Stanislav Khegai 5.2 14.20 5.6 14.40 4.9 13.25 4.4 12.95 4.7 12.70 4.6 13.40 80.90
3. Shigeto Suzuki 5.0 13.20 5.0 13.95 4.6 13.25 4.8 13.70 4.4 11.95 4.8 13.60 79.65
4. Nikolai Kishkilev 4.8 13.15 4.3 12.90 4.8 13.70 5.2 14.00 4.6 12.90 4.2 12.60 79.25
5. Milad Karimi 5.0 13.65 4.4 12.20 4.8 13.20 4.4 13.05 4.9 13.15 5.2 13.60 78.85
6. Artyom Arnaut 5.0 13.85 4.8 12.60 4.6 13.25 4.4 13.20 4.7 11.70 5.3 13.90 78.50
7. Insaf Idiyatullin 4.8 12.75 5.1 12.75 4.9 13.80 3.6 12.20 5.1 13.75 4.6 13.00 78.25
8. Alexander Chicherov 4.6 12.75 4.9 12.60 4.8 13.75 4.4 13.15 5.0 12.85 5.1 12.20 77.30
9. Mikhail Khudchenko 4.7 13.55 4.7 13.35 4.8 13.85 4.4 13.15 4.6 12.60 4.2 10.70 77.20
10. Denis Yurov 4.4 12.50 5.1 13.20 4.9 13.55 3.8 12.30 5.0 12.15 4.6 13.30 77.00
11. Matvei Tsygankov 5.0 13.35 4.5 11.95 4.8 13.15 3.8 12.35 4.6 12.70 4.9 13.50 77.00
12. Mahhamadum Mamadaliev 4.8 13.35 4.5 12.05 4.4 13.30 3.6 12.10 4.6 12.80 3.8 12.50 76.10
13. Nikita Letnikov 4.9 12.95 4.3 11.00 4.8 13.35 4.4 12.35 4.8 12.85 4.7 13.50 76.00
14. Andrei Makolov 5.4 13.55 4.8 13.65 4.9 13.95 5.2 13.95 4.8 8.20 4.7 12.60 75.90
15. Maxim Sinichkin 5.3 13.25 4.4 12.05 4.9 14.10 5.2 13.50 5.0 9.75 4.9 12.70 75.35
16. Petar Veličković 4.6 13.25 4.5 12.90 4.1 12.55 4.4 13.00 4.0 10.40 3.4 12.00 74.10
17. Dariy Morozov 5.0 13.15 4.6 13.00 3.7 10.95 5.2 13.40 4.3 12.50 4.4 11.00 74.00
18. Denis Ignatyev 4.9 12.65 4.5 10.90 5.3 14.20 3.6 12.55 4.5 11.20 4.7 12.30 73.80
19. Ilyas Azizov 5.0 12.00 5.0 12.35 3.2 11.10 5.2 13.00 4.4 12.50 4.2 12.20 73.15
20. Alexei Kozlov 5.0 12.10 4.1 12.35 4.6 12.10 5.6 13.35 4.5 11.05 4.4 10.80 71.75
21. Ioane Jimsheleishvili 4.9 13.25 4.3 10.70 3.6 12.30 4.4 12.55 4.5 11.55 4.3 11.30 71.65
22. Dmitry Zatsepin 4.1 12.80 4.5 10.55 3.8 10.95 3.6 12.20 4.1 11.50 3.8 12.30 70.30
23. Makhambet Almukhanov 4.5 12.60 5.0 11.50 4.1 11.95 3.8 11.65 4.5 11.75 3.9 10.80 70.25
24. Zhavokhir Mirzokulov 4.5 12.70 3.8 10.35 4.3 12.05 3.0 10.90 4.7 11.55 3.3 11.00 68.55
25. Francisco Acuna 5.1 12.20 3.9 8.05 4.6 12.00 4.4 12.80 4.2 9.95 4.2 10.90 65.90
26. Aron Axelsson 3.3 10.30 2.8 9.50 2.3 10.80 3.0 11.15 3.9 11.70 2.3 10.70 64.15
27. Dmitry Lankin 5.5 13.50 5.3 14.15 5.8 13.80 41.45
28. Alexei Kanesev 5.1 13.95 5.2 13.60 4.8 12.10 39.65
29. Garri Gasparyan 4.5 12.15 0.0 13.60 0.0 12.60 38.35
30. Max Kooistra 5.1 11.75 4.2 11.50 4.3 12.70 35.95
31. Adam Elí Inguson Arnaldsson 1.8 4.90 3.0 11.00 3.7 8.75 2.4 11.00 35.65
32. Dovlegeldi Amangulyiev 3.3 9.40 1.9 0.35 1.6 4.95 2.0 9.85 1.7 1.70 26.25
33. Maksat Maksidov 1.6 7.90 1.9 0.00 1.5 4.10 2.8 11.05 1.9 1.90 1.1 0.00 24.95
34. Neofytos Kyriakou 4.7 12.80 3.6 12.10 24.90
35. Baptiste Miette 5.0 12.00 4.7 9.75 21.75

Senior Women's Vault FinalScore
1. Maria Paseka 14.505
2. Ksenia Afanasyeva 14.500
3. Anna Pavlova 13.250
4. Nato Dzidziguri 12.400

Senior Uneven Bars FinalScore
1. Yekaterina Kramarenko 14.750
2. Maria Paseka 14.050
3. Anna Pavlova 12.750
4. Dominiqua Belanyi 12.400
5. Aleksandra Raščić 11.500
6. Yulia Inshina 10.700
7. Zhanerke Duisek 10.500
8. Anastasija Zulina 5.050

Senior Balance Beam FinalScore
1. Yekaterina Kramarenko 14.400
2. Anna Pavlova 13.500
3. Yulia Inshina 13.000
4. Yekaterina Shtronda 12.450
5. Dominiqua Belanyi 12.300
6. Zhanerke Duisek 12.200
7. Omina Khalilova 12.150
8. Nato Dzidziguri 10.800

Senior Women's Floor Exercise FinalScore
1. Ksenia Afanasyeva 14.800
2. Yekaterina Kramarenko 12.950
3. Anna Pavlova 12.800
4. Omina Khalilova 12.600
5. Nato Dzidziguri 12.550
6. Dominiqua Belanyi 12.500
7. Zhanerke Duisek 12.500
8. Aleksandra Raščić 10.850

Senior Men's Floor Exercise FinalScore
1. Wataru Tanigawa 14.900
2. Mathias Philippe 14.850
3. Mikhail Kudashov 14.750
4. Tomas Kuzmickas 14.650
5. Kazuma Kaya 14.600
6. Oskar Kirmes 14.550
7. Artur Dalaloyan 14.450
8. Robert Tvorogal 14.100

Senior Pommel Horse FinalScore
1. Filip Ude 15.900
2. Matvei Petrov 15.700
3. Artur Davtyan 14.700
4. Armen Petrosyan 14.150
5. Artyom Tireshko 13.900
6. Kazuma Kaya 13.250
7. Oskar Kirmes 12.850
8. Kirill Prokopyev 12.700

Senior Still Rings FinalScore
1. Artur Davtyan 15.100
2. Daniil Kazachkov 15.050
3. Mikhail Kudashov 14.900
4. Mathias Philippe 14.300
5. Kazuma Kaya 14.100
6. Lorenzo Ticchi 14.000
7. Oskar Kirmes 13.950
8. Jocelyn Touyon 13.100

Senior Men's Vault FinalScore
1. Artur Davtyan 15.050
2. Mikhail Kudashov 14.550
3. Denis Sanuvong 14.400
4. Wataru Tanigawa 14.375
5. Aleksejs Pajada 13.975

Senior Parallel Bars FinalScore
1. Kazuma Kaya 15.400
2. Wataru Tanigawa 14.900
3. Andrei Cherkasov 14.650
4. Lorenzo Ticchi 14.550
5. Mathias Philippe 12.700
6. Mikhail Kudashov 12.200
7. Tomas Kuzmickas 11.000
8. Robert Tvorogal 7.200

Senior High Bar FinalScore
1. Kazuma Kaya 14.900
2. Alexei Rostov 14.600
3. Oskar Kirmes 14.450
4. Lorenzo Ticchi 14.300
5. Wataru Tanigawa 14.200
6. Artur Dalaloyan 13.950
7. Mathias Philippe 13.250
8. Tommaso De Vecchis 11.400

Junior Women's Vault FinalScore
1. Yekaterina Sokova 13.875
2. Isa Maassen 13.775
3. Anastasia Ilyankova 13.750
4. Olga Sanzhiyeva 13.600
5. Lucie Perdreau 13.050
6. Turdikhon Islomova 13.025
7. Magda Robakidze 12.750
8. Sanna Veerman 12.700

Junior Uneven Bars FinalScore
1. Natalia Kapitonova 14.450
2. Daria Skrypnik 13.850
3. Natalia Yakubova 12.650
4. Sanna Veerman 12.500
5. Lucie Perdreau 12.100
6. Maria Sileoni 12.050
7. Tira Kuitunen 11.850
8. Olga Sanzhiyeva 11.650

Junior Balance Beam FinalScore
1. Yekaterina Sokova 13.450
2. Anastasia Ilyankova 13.100
3. Magda Robakidze 12.700
4. Maria Sileoni 12.400
5. Turdikhon Islomova 12.250
6. Natalia Yakubova 12.000
7. Lucie Perdreau 11.950
8. Tira Kuitunen 11.900

Junior Women's Floor Exercise FinalScore
1. Yekaterina Sokova 13.900
2. Isa Maassen 13.300
3. Maria Sileoni 13.150
4. Natalia Kapitonova 13.000
5. Turdikhon Islomova 13.000
6. Valeria Tsekhmistrenko 12.900
7. Natalia Yakubova 12.850
8. Magda Robakidze 12.500

Junior Men's Floor Exercise FinalScore
1. Milad Karimi 14.100
2. Shigeto Suzuki 13.950
3. Fumiya Kitamura 13.950
4. Artyom Arnaut 13.850
5. Stanislav Khegai 13.850
6. Petar Veličković 13.350
7. Neofytos Kyriakou 11.950
8. Ioane Jimsheleishvili 11.650

Junior Pommel Horse FinalScore
1. Shigeto Suzuki 13.900
2. Fumiya Kitamura 13.800
3. Alexei Kanesev 13.400
4. Milad Karimi 13.050
5. Petar Veličković 12.900
6. Ilyas Azizov 12.850
7. Stanislav Khegai 12.500

Junior Still Rings FinalScore
1. Dmitry Lankin 14.050
2. Denis Ignatyev 13.600
3. Fumiya Kitamura 13.500
4. Shigeto Suzuki 13.100
5. Ioane Jimsheleishvili 12.550
6. Francisco Acuna 11.850
7. Milad Karimi 11.800
8. Petar Veličković 11.600

Junior Men's Vault FinalScore
1. Ilyas Azizov 13.800
2. Fumiya Kitamura 13.350
3. Alexei Kozlov 13.325
4. Neofytos Kyriakou 12.925
5. Petar Veličković 12.450

Junior Parallel Bars FinalScore
1. Insaf Idiyatullin 14.300
2. Fumiya Kitamura 14.300
3. Ioane Jimsheleishvili 13.600
4. Ilyas Azizov 13.150
5. Milad Karimi 12.950
6. Aron Axelsson 11.850
7. Dmitry Lankin 11.500
8. Shigeto Suzuki 10.600

Junior High Bar FinalScore
1. Artyom Arnaut 13.950
2. Fumiya Kitamura 13.850
3. Shigeto Suzuki 13.500
4. Ioane Jimsheleishvili 13.450
5. Nikita Letnikov 13.350
6. Milad Karimi 12.900
7. Max Kooistra 12.150
8. Petar Veličković 11.500
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 14 December 2014 12:33    PDF Print
Ukraine's Vernyayev Defends Liukin Cup Title
(3 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



Ukrainian star Oleg Vernyayev successfully defended his all-around title at the 2014 Valeri Liukin Invitational, held Saturday in Frisco, Texas.

Ukrainian star Oleg Vernyayev successfully defended his all-around title at the 19th Valeri Liukin Invitational, held Saturday in Frisco, Texas.

Vernyayev claimed his third all-around title in as many weekends, after impressive victories at the Stuttgart and Glasgow World Cup events. The Ukrainian won pommel horse, vault and parallel bars en route to a 90.00 all-around score in Frisco. His high mark, 15.70, came on parallel bars, where he is the reigning world champion.

Japan's Hibiki Arayashiki took second place (88.85) and won floor exercise. Ukrainian Maxim Semyankiv (88.15) took third, with the top score on high bar.

Steven Lacombe (University of California-Berkeley) won still rings with a 16.00, the highest score of the evening.

Ukraine won the team competition over Japan and Miami's Universal Gymnastics.

Two former Cuban gymnasts, Ernesto Vila and Luis Oquendo, represented Universal Gymnastics. The pair defected from Cuba while in Canada several months ago for the Pan American Gymnastics Championships. They now train alongside Cuban-born U.S. Olympian Danell Leyva, who placed sixth in Frisco.

The annual competition is held in honor of world and Olympic legend Valeri Liukin, who is a co-owner of the highly successful World Olympic Gymnastics Academy in Texas.

External Link: Official Website

19th Valeri Liukin Invitational
Dec. 13, 2014, Frisco, Texas

Men's TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Ukraine29.7529.5527.9029.1530.7531.05178.15
2.Japan30.8529.6029.4029.1028.6030.10177.65
3.Universal28.0525.8528.9028.6027.7029.70168.80
4.WOGA28.9526.9528.8029.2526.6027.00167.55
5.Cypress28.7524.3028.4029.2527.0528.70166.45

All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.1515.0513.4015.4015.7015.3090.00
2.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan15.4515.0014.8014.4014.4514.7588.85
3.Maxim SemyankivUkraine14.6014.5014.5013.7515.0515.7588.15
4.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.9014.5514.5014.7014.1514.7087.50
5.Tatsuki TanakaJapan15.4014.6014.6013.7013.1015.3586.75
6.Danell LeyvaUniversal13.4014.4514.5014.6014.5515.2086.70
7.Donothan BaileyBerkeley13.1014.9014.9013.9014.2015.3086.30
7.Tristan BurkeWOGA15.0513.9014.5014.9513.7014.2086.30
9.Jordan KingCypress14.4511.9514.3014.3013.7014.1082.80
10.Matthew WenskeCypress14.3011.2514.1014.9513.3513.5581.50
11.Cole CasanovaWOGA13.9013.0514.3014.3012.9012.8081.25
12.Levi AndersonCypress13.5012.3513.6014.0012.6014.6080.65
13.Ernesto VilaUniversal14.6510.8013.3014.0012.7014.5079.95
14.Alexander SychugovRussia12.5012.9013.7013.9513.2511.9078.20
15.Sean JohnstonSt. Charles14.1512.0013.1013.2512.2012.4077.10
16.Rogelio VazquezUniversal12.6510.8513.5013.5513.1013.4077.05
17.Allan Malone Victory12.8011.5513.3013.5012.5510.7074.40
18.Jesse Silverstein US Gym Dev. Ctr14.9013.2015.0013.3014.5070.90
19.Didier LugoUniversal12.9514.4013.159.3049.80
20.Steven LacombeBerkeley13.2016.0014.8544.05
21.Jantzen SmithUnited Elite11.809.507.6012.9041.80
22.Luis OquendoUniversal13.0011.4013.2037.60
22.M. Cameron CallawayUnited Elite10.005.3010.4011.9037.60
24.Kenta ChibaJapan13.7014.3028.00
25.Tyler SchaalUniversal12.5014.1026.60
26.Adam Al-RokhHocking Valley11.9013.9025.80
27.Alex MilnerUnited Elite9.2013.4022.60
28.Regulo CarmonaHGA15.9015.90

Floor ExerciseScore
1.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan15.45
2.Tatsuki TanakaJapan15.40
3.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.15
4.Tristan BurkeWOGA15.05
5.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.90
6.Jesse SilversteinUS Gym Dev. Center14.90
7.Ernesto VilaUniversal14.65
8.Maxim SemyankivUkraine14.60

Pommel HorseScore
1.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.05
2.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan15.00
3.Donothan BaileyBerkeley14.90
4.Tatsuki TanakaJapan14.60
5.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.55
6.Maxim SemyankivUkraine14.50
7.Danell LeyvaUniversal14.45
8.Tristan BurkeWOGA13.90

Still RingsScore
1.Steven LacombeBerkeley16.00
2.Regulo CarmonaHGA15.90
3.Donothan BaileyBerkeley14.90
4.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan14.80
5.Tatsuki TanakaJapan14.60
6.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.50
7.Maxim SemyankivUkraine14.50
8.Danell LeyvaUniversal14.50

VaultScore Score 2Average
1.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.4014.8015.10
2.Matthew WenskeCypress14.9513.0514.00
3.Levi AndersonCypress14.0013.3013.65
4.Jordan KingCypress14.3012.3013.30
5.Sean JohnstonSt. Charles13.2512.4512.85

Parallel BarsScore
1.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.70
2.Maxim SemyankivUkraine15.05
3.Danell LeyvaUniversal14.55
4.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan14.45
5.Donothan BaileyBerkeley14.20
6.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.15
7.Tristan BurkeWOGA13.70
8.Jordan KingCypress13.70

High BarScore
1.Maxim SemyankivUkraine15.75
2.Tatsuki TanakaJapan15.35
3.Oleg VernyayevUkraine15.30
4.Donothan BaileyBerkeley15.30
5.Danell LeyvaUniversal15.20
6.Hibiki ArayashikiJapan14.75
7.Kazuya TakahashiJapan14.70
8.Levi AndersonCypress14.60
 


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