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Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 06 March 2016 12:44    PDF Print
Switzerland, Hungary Ace Austrian Team Open
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)



Switzerland and Hungary dominated the 7th Austrian Team Open, held Saturday at the TipsArena in Linz. Pictured: The Swiss women took the team title in the international division.

Switzerland and Hungary dominated the 7th Austrian Team Open, held Saturday at the TipsArena in Linz.

The two-in-one tournament featured gymnasts from 16 nations in the international division, which was held concurrently with Austria's team national championships.

2015 European champion Giulia Steingruber, who suffered a slight knee injury in the vault finals at last fall's world championships, made her successful return to competition in Linz, leading her Swiss team to victory over Hungary and Poland.

First in Linz last year, Steingruber settled for second all-around behind Hungary's Zsófia Kovács. Kovács, a first-year senior, vaulted to victory with 15.400 for a double-twisting Yurchenko. Slovakia's Barbora Mokošová won the all-around bronze medal.

Poland's Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska finished fourth ahead of Austria's top gymnast, Elisa Hämmerle.

Austrian veteran Lisa Ecker suffered a broken foot (fractured metatarsal head) on her balance beam dismount. Ecker said she remains optimistic of her chances of competing at the Rio test event in April, the second qualification competition for this summer's Olympic Games.

"It annoys me, of course, that I got injured," said Ecker, the bronze medalist on vault at last year's European Games. "I certainly do not give up."

In the men's competition, Hungary topped Switzerland and Norway. Belgium's Maxime Gentges edged Norway's Stian Skjerahaug by .05 to take the all-around title, with Hungarian Dávid Vecsernyés winning the bronze.

The domestic competition saw Vorarlberg defeat Tirol for both the women's and men's team titles.

External Link: Official Website

7th Austrian Team Open
March 5, 2016, Linz

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Switzerland42.2538.7541.6039.15161.75
2.Hungary43.1039.6539.5537.75160.05
3.Poland42.5036.2040.8037.75157.25
4.Slovakia41.3534.0038.2036.85149.40
5.Vorarlberg40.5534.3036.8536.50148.20
6.Topsport Noord40.9533.3534.8536.90146.05
7.South Africa37.4035.0036.2533.55142.20
8.Finland40.9528.2534.6535.65139.50
9.Tirol40.2030.8532.2535.80139.10
10.Oslo39.5029.4534.1034.90137.95
11.Croatia39.2527.8034.4533.45134.95
12.Oberösterreich38.2526.8532.6535.05132.80
13.Vienna36.9027.6533.9532.90131.40
14.Societa' Ginnastica La Marmora37.5025.4030.1032.95125.65
15.Israel38.3523.6029.1030.80121.85

Men's TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Hungary41.9541.6541.0040.6043.1542.60250.95
2.Switzerland42.1538.1540.9541.9041.9539.70244.80
3.Norway 141.6541.0539.8041.4540.0540.65244.65
4.Vorarlberg39.9038.0036.9540.6040.2040.35236.00
5.Norway 239.9539.0538.5039.7538.8037.30233.35
6.Sweden38.7536.3037.1039.8538.5039.50230.00
7.Czech Republic 141.1535.9034.8039.1537.6040.95229.55
8.Tirol39.7037.9537.6038.6539.1036.30229.30
9.Steiermark38.2033.9037.7040.3538.1038.35226.60
10.Oberösterreich39.0535.0035.7038.2039.3037.95225.20
11.Czech Republic 240.0534.3036.2039.3038.4535.35223.65
12.Czech Republic 335.9031.0034.5538.3538.5535.45213.80
13.Slovenia28.4026.2054.60

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Zsófia Kovács20005.815.405.713.905.813.555.513.4056.25
2.Giulia Steingruber19945.814.106.013.805.513.955.714.1556.00
3.Barbora Mokošová19975.014.305.413.655.213.354.913.2054.50
4.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska19925.414.205.212.505.814.255.212.9553.90
5.Elisa Hämmerle19954.614.155.413.404.913.105.213.1553.80
6.Gabriela Janik19935.314.705.713.254.913.354.911.7553.05
7.Dorka Szujó20024.413.655.213.205.513.255.211.7551.85
8.Ilaria Käslin19975.013.905.312.155.713.705.411.3551.10
9.Thea Brogli20005.014.254.612.354.811.554.712.9051.05
9.Boglárka Dévai19995.014.054.712.554.812.654.711.8051.05
11.Jasmin Mader19925.014.304.811.654.911.705.012.6550.30
12.Noémi Jakab20014.213.155.111.555.112.754.812.5550.00
13.Stefanie Siegenthaler19984.413.505.110.805.412.955.012.4049.65
14.Naomi Visser20014.613.854.611.105.111.605.112.6049.15
15.Viktoria Vydurekova20014.413.604.110.805.012.654.511.9549.00
16.Dana de Groot19994.413.654.611.304.411.104.712.7048.75
17.Maija Leinonen19964.413.604.29.604.813.104.312.0048.30
18.Mirte de Reiger20004.413.454.010.954.612.154.511.6048.15
19.Caitlin Rooskrantz20014.412.205.512.954.611.804.911.1548.10
20.Naveen Daries20014.212.603.811.054.912.254.511.0546.95
21.Caitlyn Kelly20024.012.604.511.005.112.203.811.0046.80
22.Maria Tronrud20024.012.754.010.254.711.904.611.8046.70
23.Dália Al-Salty19964.213.204.09.455.112.404.811.4546.50
24.Tamara Stadelmann20004.013.102.010.254.111.903.310.9546.20
25.Laura Dionisio19984.212.902.49.154.811.655.012.4546.15
26.Sofie Skaattun19984.213.204.19.555.111.004.712.2045.95
27.Ema Kuklovská20014.613.451.710.054.210.553.811.7045.75
28.Veronika Valastiaková20024.412.952.69.554.312.204.510.9545.65
29.Anna Salmi19994.413.503.78.904.811.004.211.9545.35
30.Julianna Csányi20004.013.004.111.104.011.153.310.0545.30
31.Ira Bencinic20024.212.951.68.805.211.654.911.8545.25
32.Michaela Eidenberger19964.212.803.410.004.510.354.611.8545.00
33.Christina Zwicker20024.212.903.59.254.711.653.811.1044.90
34.Wilma Malin20014.413.854.49.753.910.104.311.0544.75
35.Sofie Braaten19964.613.304.49.654.710.854.810.9044.70
36.Xenia Samstag20014.011.802.69.604.710.904.611.9544.25
37.Tina Zelčić20024.413.401.78.754.811.154.810.5043.80
38.Mira Neurauter19974.213.002.08.754.111.203.810.5543.50
39.Beatrice Stritzl20004.212.953.87.754.611.704.511.0043.40
40.Erja Metzler19994.412.704.08.905.110.254.511.4543.30
41.Anyck Drent20024.012.403.810.504.39.553.810.8043.25
42.Jaqueline Kotrnetz20004.012.602.89.554.610.753.710.2043.10
43.Siri Saukkonen20004.412.154.28.404.510.554.111.7042.80
44.Andy Turiski20024.212.652.79.804.19.854.110.3542.65
45.Ronja Reuss20034.213.002.58.703.39.354.211.4542.50
46.Klara Reisel19994.212.652.19.004.710.353.710.4542.45
47.Katharina Puffer19994.212.752.47.904.19.654.512.0042.30
48.Tamara Graf20014.212.701.88.954.79.253.711.2042.10
49.Mika Zorea20024.212.501.46.754.311.703.910.7541.70
50.Olivia Wasik19994.212.152.69.604.09.703.69.9541.40
51.Francesca Leardi19994.212.453.79.454.09.053.710.2541.20
52.Karolina Takáčová20024.212.503.88.453.89.653.010.3540.95
53.Fabienne Kostelac20014.213.301.86.203.610.153.610.7040.35
53.Fiona Pallierer20034.012.401.57.403.610.003.310.5540.35
55.Kathrin Pappenscheller20024.212.801.18.352.99.202.89.1039.45
55.Verena Schoch20024.012.401.78.303.810.502.58.2539.45
57.Karoline Odseid Bjerk20004.012.802.17.103.79.353.79.8539.10
58.Paula Plichta19914.613.605.312.604.912.8539.05
59.Caterina Barloggio19965.012.805.213.954.812.1038.85
60.Hadar Barnea20014.212.853.86.603.49.304.410.0538.80
61.Noya Haklay20024.211.751.87.054.49.953.19.7038.45
62.Cecilia Sella20004.212.151.16.553.19.402.99.5037.60
63.Olessya Dadema20004.212.451.87.203.48.203.29.2037.05
64.Selina Smolka20032.411.251.16.502.68.453.19.2035.40
65.Wendy de Jong19994.413.354.510.203.811.5035.05
66.Christina Meixner19953.812.104.411.204.111.7035.00
67.Hanna Grosch19914.210.354.012.304.111.8034.45
67.Aurora Sellone19972.410.901.06.803.26.503.410.2534.45
69.Olivia Jochum19974.110.654.811.854.311.9034.40
70.Paige McElligot20023.210.203.99.854.011.3531.40
71.Klara Kopec19994.713.204.011.9525.15
72.Emilia Kulczyńska19984.613.453.910.4523.90
73.Johanna Schwärzler20013.99.054.210.3519.40
74.Julia Lener20022.59.203.19.9019.10
75.Ana Đerek19983.29.804.28.2018.00
76.Marina Božanić20012.37.604.88.9016.50
77.Noa Dooga20024.212.850.52.9015.75
78.Lisa Ecker19925.712.6512.65
79.Bianca Frysak19994.011.3511.35
80.Megan Leybourne19992.58.458.45

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Maxime Gentges19955.713.606.214.605.514.605.214.005.714.355.513.1084.25
2.Stian Skjerahaug19925.614.306.214.455.113.455.214.505.313.305.214.2084.20
3.Dávid Vecsernyés19915.212.855.613.954.813.454.413.155.614.256.314.6582.30
3.Levente Vágner19945.913.806.313.805.613.454.413.055.314.305.413.9082.30
5.Vinzenz Höck19964.813.405.012.406.515.255.214.304.912.705.514.2082.25
6.Ádám Babos19925.813.955.713.905.414.103.612.705.414.605.112.6081.85
7.Botond Kardos19975.914.205.112.954.813.205.214.104.813.105.213.9581.50
8.Marco Pfyl19975.713.155.113.204.712.905.214.255.413.855.113.7581.10
9.Odin Kalvo19955.913.355.013.204.713.205.213.554.913.055.013.9580.30
10.Marcus Conradi19915.814.005.713.305.413.155.213.354.713.705.012.5080.00
11.Matthias Schwab19915.613.504.412.455.112.255.214.054.913.605.813.9579.80
12.Bánk Selmeczi19945.813.805.713.805.212.854.412.804.613.254.813.1579.65
13.Johannes Mairoser19985.113.304.713.054.713.155.214.104.412.904.513.0579.55
14.Norbert Dudás19965.112.705.312.055.713.055.213.356.113.405.614.0578.60
15.Nicola Graber19955.712.955.112.554.613.304.413.405.614.055.312.0078.25
16.Jonas Munsch19975.113.655.29.304.713.404.413.405.314.055.213.7577.55
17.Marco Walter19946.114.405.512.355.012.805.613.005.312.254.312.2077.00
17.Daniel Kopeinik19955.513.505.413.004.212.554.412.954.213.104.311.9077.00
19.Theodor Gadderud20014.913.754.913.504.212.703.612.254.112.203.912.2576.65
19.Mark Feher19965.813.805.211.754.411.754.413.255.213.705.212.4076.65
21.Harald Wibye19994.913.354.212.303.712.304.412.904.612.954.612.3076.10
22.Sofus Heggemsnes19994.512.604.313.254.012.554.413.504.611.254.312.7575.90
23.Alexander Benda19975.213.704.811.154.512.605.213.504.712.505.011.5575.00
23.Kim Wanström19985.312.954.511.203.912.104.412.754.412.454.413.5575.00
25.Ondřej Janeczko19965.512.252.910.954.713.004.412.704.512.154.813.4074.45
25.Jakub Švehlík19994.512.303.711.703.312.104.413.103.812.953.712.3074.45
27.František Černý19984.713.003.611.804.011.054.413.403.913.004.411.4573.70
28.Daniel Ponížil20004.513.403.99.354.212.254.413.554.312.803.812.1073.45
29.Marco Mayr19814.112.804.211.852.811.503.612.553.412.552.911.6072.85
30.Nikolai Ronbeck19955.613.304.19.954.712.704.413.404.512.453.010.6572.45
31.Manuel Arnold19994.412.503.711.903.311.904.411.603.913.103.611.3072.30
32.Leonard Gross19994.412.804.09.954.011.803.612.453.012.603.712.3571.95
33.Martin Fiala20004.513.403.511.553.811.653.612.203.611.753.911.3571.90
34.Henrik Stiansen19984.711.803.78.904.212.154.413.354.012.603.912.1070.90
35.Nore Skulesson Stene19994.412.054.511.703.411.203.612.254.112.253.511.3070.75
36.Maximilian Tamegger19994.812.653.911.952.69.904.413.104.211.853.410.8070.25
37.Askhab Matiev20024.312.904.011.352.511.153.011.553.911.552.511.3569.85
38.Ondřej Kalný20015.113.253.58.852.310.655.212.353.712.654.011.8069.55
39.Nikolaus Vertacnik19984.410.803.810.352.89.303.612.153.712.904.112.6068.10
40.David Žitný20014.112.303.58.803.111.003.612.053.612.502.110.6567.30
41.Martin Dašek19984.511.853.28.252.210.103.612.353.612.253.111.7566.55
42.Matej Nemčovič20033.511.903.19.952.210.852.011.003.011.802.410.6566.15
43.Otakar Palek19993.511.503.29.452.910.403.611.854.211.253.111.4065.85
44.Jindřich Šafran20003.311.753.55.653.011.454.412.904.313.103.510.5565.40
45.Radomír Sliž19994.49.153.710.502.410.403.612.253.511.853.111.0565.20
46.Christopher Soós19945.613.655.012.405.213.755.013.654.611.5064.95
47.Fabian Leimlehner19875.213.454.811.004.413.205.513.555.913.5564.75
48.Michael Trane19955.212.254.712.604.413.355.212.404.513.0063.60
48.Daniel Zander20004.212.603.78.002.510.553.611.203.910.302.310.9563.60
50.Fredrik Johnsen19994.112.854.411.454.313.253.612.654.013.2563.45
51.Fabio Sereinig19984.413.104.912.154.111.404.513.404.513.2563.30
52.Lorenz Rüf19994.512.104.210.654.412.704.813.204.213.1561.80
53.David Kathan19975.212.454.312.754.413.203.79.454.512.9560.80
54.Vojtěch Šácha20023.811.903.910.953.812.304.412.203.510.6057.95
55.Magnus Dahl-Hansen19964.411.854.310.703.612.004.312.203.49.9556.70
56.Richard Palicka19984.410.203.911.854.413.103.913.103.38.3056.55
57.Martin Konečný19845.314.054.412.254.913.005.713.7553.05
57.Richard Wanner19946.014.104.512.155.214.255.812.5553.05
59.Daniel Radovesnický19945.513.603.711.354.413.305.013.8052.05
60.Svjatoslav Solovjev19965.613.504.812.704.413.153.711.2050.55
61.Dirk Kathan19975.513.304.513.403.612.402.410.7549.85
62.Henrik Schröder19974.712.154.512.854.412.154.511.5548.70
63.Rudy Ricardo19983.511.752.610.153.212.053.412.0546.00
64.Claus Reithofer19984.011.103.612.553.29.152.79.4042.20
65.Markus Schreiber19983.37.802.49.853.211.252.910.9539.85
66.Roman Oberhauser19944.712.104.911.954.413.3537.40
67.Severin Kranzlmüller19945.011.404.212.404.413.1536.95
68.Carl Green19954.09.604.511.954.412.9534.50
69.Michal Ruzek19974.010.203.810.453.912.4533.10
70.David Fürst19945.212.406.214.2526.65
71.Rok Klavora19886.315.2015.20
72.Luka Kišek19955.313.3513.35
73.Pietro Giachino19955.913.3013.30
74.Luka Terbovšek19975.413.2013.20
75.Igor Takac19964.612.8512.85
75.Jure Pavlica19905.212.8512.85
77.Xheni Dyrmishi19915.812.6512.65

Austrian Team Championships

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Vorarlberg40.45034.32536.97536.550148.300
2.Tirol 40.10033.00035.30036.275144.675
3.Oberösterreich 38.27526.52532.42534.725131.950
4.Vienna 136.72527.87533.75032.875131.225
5.Vienna 236.95024.67529.40029.400120.425

Men's TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Vorarlberg39.90038.00036.95040.60040.20040.350236.000
2.Tirol39.70037.95037.60038.65039.10036.300229.300
3.Steiermark38.20033.90037.70040.35038.10038.350226.600
4.Oberösterreich39.05035.00035.70038.20039.30037.950225.200

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Elisa HämmerleTurnerschaft Jahn Lustenau19954.614.1255.413.4254.913.0755.213.12553.750
2.Jasmin MaderInnsbrucker Turnverein19925.014.2254.811.8254.911.7505.012.70050.500
3.Tamara StadelmannTurnerschaft Jahn Lustenau20004.013.0752.010.2004.111.9503.310.92546.150
4.Michaela EidenbergerASKÖ Kleinmünchen19964.212.8003.49.9254.510.3254.611.90044.950
5.Xenia SamstagTurnverein MTV Hernals20014.011.8252.69.6254.410.7754.411.90044.125
6.Jaqueline KotrnetzSportunion Böheimkirchen20004.012.6252.89.8254.610.8253.710.17543.450
7.Erja MetzlerTurnerschaft Wolfurt19994.412.6004.08.9755.110.4254.511.32543.325
8.Beatrice StritzlPenzing Hietzinger TV20004.212.9003.87.5004.611.6254.511.02543.050
9.Ronja ReussInnsbrucker Turnverein20034.213.0252.58.8253.39.5254.011.35042.725
10.Katharina PufferWelser Turnverein 186219994.212.7002.48.0004.19.4504.511.92542.075
10.Klara ReiselSV VB Gym Gänserndorf19994.212.6002.19.0254.710.1003.710.35042.075
12.Olivia WasikPenzing Hietzinger TV19994.212.0002.69.7504.010.0003.69.95041.700
13.Tamara GrafSportunion Linz Stadt20014.212.7751.58.6004.48.8003.510.90041.075
14.Nicol WimmerTurnverein Kagran20044.011.6251.28.9003.89.7753.210.10040.400
15.Fabienne KostelacTurnsportzentrum Dornbirn20014.213.2501.86.0753.69.9753.410.57539.875
16.Fiona PalliererSportunion Landstrasse20034.012.4501.27.3003.39.7003.010.30039.750
17.Verena SchochTurnsportzentrum Dornbirn20024.012.3751.78.5253.810.6002.58.17539.675
18.Kathrin PappenschellerTSV Jedlesee20024.212.8751.18.4752.68.8002.69.00039.150
19.Katrin PalickaSportunion West Vienna20042.410.8001.16.6002.99.9251.58.55035.875
20.Selina SmolkaSportunion West Vienna20032.411.2251.16.6252.38.1003.19.37535.325
21.Christina MeixnerSportunion DSG Buch19953.812.1504.411.3504.111.77535.275
22.Olivia JochumTurnsportzentrum Dornbirn19974.110.7004.811.9504.312.10034.750
23.Hanna GroschInnsbrucker Turnverein19914.210.6254.012.2004.111.80034.625
24.Johanna DeutschmannInnsbrucker Turnverein19914.412.8503.010.55023.400
25.Johanna SchwärzlerTurnsportzentrum Dornbirn20013.99.3253.99.82519.150
26.Julia LenerInnsbrucker Turnverein20022.59.2753.19.82519.100
27.Lisa EckerASKÖ Kleinmünchen19925.712.65012.650
28.Bianca FrysakÖTB Langenzersdorf19994.011.35011.350
29.Megan LeybournePenzing Hietzinger TV19992.58.5008.500

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Vinzenz HöckAllgemeine Turnverein Graz19964.813.405.012.406.515.255.214.304.912.705.514.2082.25
2.Matthias SchwabSG Götzis19915.613.504.412.455.112.255.214.054.913.605.813.9579.80
3.Johannes MairoserInnsbrucker Turnverein19985.113.304.713.054.713.155.214.104.412.904.513.0579.55
4.Daniel KopeinikATV Wattens19955.513.505.413.004.212.554.412.954.213.104.311.9077.00
5.Alexander BendaAllgemeine Turnverein Graz19975.213.704.811.154.512.605.213.504.712.505.011.5575.00
6.Marco MayrATSV Sankt Valentin19814.112.804.211.852.811.503.612.553.412.552.911.6072.85
7.Manuel ArnoldInnsbrucker Turnverein19994.412.503.711.903.311.904.411.603.913.103.611.3072.30
8.Leonard GrossWelser Turnverein 186219994.412.804.09.954.011.803.612.453.012.603.712.3571.95
9.Maximilian TameggerTurnerschaft Dornbirn19994.812.653.911.952.69.904.413.104.211.853.410.8070.25
10.Askhab MatievInnsbrucker Turnverein20024.312.904.011.352.511.153.011.553.911.552.511.3569.85
11.Nikolaus VertacnikAllgemeine Turnverein Graz19984.410.803.810.352.89.303.612.153.712.904.112.6068.10
12.Fabian LeimlehnerWimbergerhaus Lasberg19875.213.454.811.004.413.205.513.555.913.5564.75
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Written by dwight normile    Saturday, 05 March 2016 15:53    PDF Print
Kato, Douglas Claim 2016 American Cup Titles
(9 votes, average 4.56 out of 5)

Gabby Douglas and Ryohei Kato grabbed the 2016 American Cup titles Saturday in Newark, N.J., and each followed a different path to the top of their respective fields.


2016 American Cup champions Ryohei Kato (Japan) and Gabby Douglas (USA)

Douglas, 20, the 2012 Olympic champion who is now a year into her competitive comeback, led throughout all four rotations. Kato (88.931), runner-up to Japanese teammate Kohei Uchimura at the 2013 worlds, could not overtake leader Donnell Whittenburg, 21, until the final rotation. Kato, 22, stayed on the high bar while Whittenburg peeled off and finished second (88.565). Sun Wei of China was third (87.665), and Sam Mikulak, who missed three routines, was fourth (85.964).

Like Douglas (60.165), Maggie Nichols (59.699), 18, went four-for-four and placed second. Both American women were clean and consistent, and it is debatable whether Nichols would have won had she vaulted the Amanar she used at the Glasgow worlds last fall.

Canada's Ellie Black finished a solid third (57.132), and Great Britain's Amy Tinkler was fourth (55.932).

Douglas stuck her first-rotation Yurchenko-double twist, and swung an aggressive set on uneven bars, employing strong inside-Stalder work in combination. But balance beam is where she really shone brightest. It what may be her most confidently performed routine on that event, she never wavered or wobbled until her dismount, where she needed a small hop to secure the landing of her double pike from two flip-flops. Every element on top of the beam was landed perfectly (standing full; flip-flop, layout; front aerial; front somi).

With a comfortable lead heading to floor exercise, Douglas hit her opening pass of Arabian double to stag jump and followed with a tucked full-in. She needed only to avoid a fall to remain ahead of Nichols, and she did. Her 14.833 was enough to keep her atop of the standings, even if it was the only event she conceded to her compatriot. Nichols had earned 15.20 with her tucked double-double mount, tucked and piked full-ins and a double tuck ending.

The men's meet had Whittenburg going five-for-five and enjoying a comfortable lead until high bar, where he caught his Cassina but missed the Kolman. Had he left out the Kolman, he might have won the Cup, but we'll never know. The takeaway for him is the improvement in form and consistency he showed throughout. Kato, meanwhile, the tortoise to Whittenburg's hare, was able to catch the same two high bar releases that Whittenburg attempted. For the American, it also was similar to the 2015 American Cup, where Ukraine's Oleg Vernyayev took control on high bar, Whittenburg's weakest event.

Mikulak was a different story, but one that fans have seen before. As at last year's American Cup, he fell on his first two events, floor and pommels, to take himself out of the hunt. His touchdown after his closing triple twist on floor might have been caused by the slightly torn Achilles' tendon that kept him out the 2015 worlds, but the slip off pommels and missed Kolman on high bar continued a trend that began years ago. If the U.S. men plan to contend for a medal in Rio in August, they will need consistency from the talented three-time national champion.

Read complete coverage of the American Cup in the April issue of International Gymnast.

External Link: Official Website

2016 AT&T American Cup/FIG World Cup
March 5, Newark, New Jersey

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Gabby Douglas5.815.1006.515.2666.314.9666.014.83360.165
2.Maggie Nichols5.815.0335.814.6336.314.8336.315.20059.699
3.Ellie Black5.814.8005.813.8666.214.4005.814.06657.132
4.Amy Tinkler5.814.8335.713.8336.114.2005.913.06655.932
5.Carlotta Ferlito5.314.1005.512.6666.114.5665.614.26655.598
6.Mai Murakami5.814.6665.413.0665.912.8335.613.86654.431
7.Tabea Alt5.814.6665.913.9336.113.3005.412.50054.399
8.Tisha Volleman5.014.0004.913.0335.212.9005.612.73352.666

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Ryohei Kato6.715.1006.414.4666.214.6665.614.9006.214.5666.915.23388.931
2.Donnell Whittenburg6.815.4336.113.6006.715.5006.015.2666.915.4666.213.30088.565
3.Sun Wei5.914.1006.415.0336.113.7006.015.1006.714.7666.414.96687.665
4.Sam Mikulak6.414.1666.213.7666.114.5005.614.7666.715.4006.213.36685.964
5.Nile Wilson5.513.2665.612.7666.414.6335.614.5007.015.2666.213.70084.131
6.Pablo Brägger6.413.6665.412.9005.113.6665.614.8666.313.4006.915.16683.664
7.Park Minsoo5.613.6666.014.4336.014.5665.213.9006.114.1005.512.70083.365
8.Andreas Bretschneider5.713.9665.113.3666.314.1335.214.2006.113.5336.613.90083.098
9.Lucas Bitencourt5.911.2335.812.5006.114.0665.613.6005.712.9665.712.63376.998
 
Written by John Crumlish    Monday, 22 February 2016 15:45    PDF Print
Legends Win 'Sends Off A Good Mojo' For Dickson
(5 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

All Olympia Gymnastics Center's Kylie Dickson and 2016 Elite Canada junior champion Jade Chrobok dominated the senior and junior all-around divisions, respectively, at the Legends International meet hosted by AOGC on Saturday evening at Los Angeles Convention Center.

Dickson, who represented Belarus at the 2015 world championships in Glasgow, scored 55.25 to placed first all-around over Meixi Semple of Gemini/Canada (53.70) and Alma Kuc of AOGC (51.25).


Legends International all-around champions Kylie Dickson (All Olympia) and Jade Chrobok (Gemini, Canada)

Semple placed sixth all-around at the Elite Canada meet earlier this month, and Kuc represented Poland at the 2014 and 2015 Worlds.

"It sends off a good mojo, which I guess is the word," Dickson told IG of her performance in her first meet of 2016. "I feel really good about myself. I've been putting a lot of hard-working hours into the gym, so it sets the year off well."

En route to her all-around win, Dickson finished first on vault, uneven bars and balance beam, and second on floor exercise.

On uneven bars in the first rotation, she scored 13.75 for a routine that included a Chow to Pak, Maloney, Tkatchev and full-twisting double back dismount. On balance beam Dickson earned her best score (14.10), for a routine that included a punch front mount; punch front (wobble); flip-flop, layout step-out; and aerial walkover, split jump.

Dickson's floor exercise routine included a full-in, 2-1/2 twist and double pike (13.40), and she scored 14.00 for a full-twisting Yurchenko vault as the final competitor.

"I think the more I compete and train, the better I feel and the more confidence I have," said Dickson of her assertive performance. "So I think it all comes with how I train and put in the long hours. The more repetitions I do, the more confident I feel."

Although Dickson's routines were similar to those she performed in Glasgow, she plans to add skills and combinations later this year.

"I have a couple new bars upgrades that I really want to put in," she said. "On beam I have some more connections. It's just a matter of getting the endurance."

Dickson said she looks forward to upcoming international competitions including the Olympic test event in Rio de Janeiro in April, and the European championships in Bern in June.

"I really hope to make it to European championships," she said. "I really want to make it there and do really well. Other than that, I want to see where it leads and give it my all."

Semple won medals on all four apparatuses: gold on floor exercise, silver on balance beam, and bronze on vault and uneven bars. Her winning floor exercise routine scored 13.50, and included a 1-1/2 twist through to 2-1/2 twist, double twist and double pike.

Semple earned her best score (13.95) on balance beam, where she performed a switch ring leap; aerial walkover, sissone, split leap; flip-flop, layout step-out, flip-flop; side somi; side aerial (balance check); and round-off, double twist dismount.

Kuc took silver on uneven bars, and bronze on balance beam and floor exercise. Her AOGC teammate, Alaina Kwan, placed second on vault (full-twisting Yurchenko) but simplified her uneven bars routine and scratched the other two events. Kwan also represented Belarus at the 2015 worlds.

In the junior division, Chrobok easily took the all-around title (55.00), along with all four apparatus titles.

Chrobok earned her best scores on vault (14.15) and balance beam (14.10), the latter apparatus on which she missed a leap connection and finished a double turn with a waist bend. The rest of her beam routine was solid, however; she performed a side aerial, layout step-out; aerial walkover, sissone; side somi; and round-off, double pike dismount.

On floor exercise Chrobok tumbled whips through to a double tuck; 2-1/2 twist, punch front, stag leap; double twist; and double pike. She finished her competition on vault by safely landing a 1-1/2-twisting Yurchenko, a skill she missed while still winning her division at the Nadia Comaneci International Invitational in Oklahoma City last weekend.

"It was a really good meet," Chrobok said. "I had a really good time. I think that, because I had a couple of bobbles in the Nadia competition, I felt a little more that I wanted to do better at this competition. I did that for the most part. There are still obviously thing you can fix, but I think it went really well overall."

1980 Olympic all-around champion Yelena Davydova, who with Valery Yahchybekov coaches Chrobok, praised Chrobok's tenacity and ability to adjust to changes in her gymnastics.

"She's definitely growing up mentally, as well," Davydova told IG. "From the last competition to this competition, it's good to see that. She fell on vault at the Nadia competition, and she stuck it here. Although we had a little trouble in training, she went out and did it. It was the same thing on bars. She had some trouble in warm-ups but she went out and did it. We've had troubles lately because she's growing so fast. Everything is different! Every skill is different."

All four of the junior gymnasts from AGimnasia in Tijuana, Mexico, won medals. They included Jimena Moreno Espinosa (silver in all-around, and silver on uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise); Karen Lozano Pascuali (bronze in all-around, bronze on uneven bars); Jazibe Sandoval Pérez (bronze on vault, bronze on balance beam, tie for bronze on floor exercise); and Louise López Sanchez (silver on vault, tie for bronze on floor exercise).

 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 21 February 2016 16:25    PDF Print
Japanese Dominate Baku World Challenge Cup
(6 votes, average 4.33 out of 5)



Japan emerged the big winner with four of the men's titles in Sunday's finals at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan. Pictured: The Japanese men's team pose in front of the National Gymnastics Arena in Baku.

Japan emerged the big winner with four of the six men's titles in Sunday's finals at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Two-time world floor exercise champion Kenzo Shirai shone on men's floor exercise and vault, while his teammate Tomomasa Hasegawa won pommel horse and high bar.

On vault, Shirai vaulted his signature triple-twisting Yurchenko and a Tsukahara 2 1/2 with clean landings to average 14.975. Azerbaijan's Oleg Stepko hit a Tsukahara double tuck and handspring double front to win the bronze (14.650) over Turkey's Ahmet Onder (14.400).

Shirai, who had fallen on floor in Friday's qualification, was back in top form for the final. He hit his spectacular tumbling, including a triple-twisting double and a quadruple full dismount (slightly short), with a meet-high 16.150. Silver medalist Rok Klavora of Slovenia (14.800) and bronze medalist Alexander Shatilov of Israel (14.550) finished well more than a point behind.

The 21-year-old Hasegawa, a relative newcomer to the international scene, impressed with his titles on pommel horse (15.400 with 6.8 D) and high bar. On high bar, Hasegawa competed a clean and stylish routine that featured an Endo-full to Winkler (full-twisting layout Jaeger); a Kolman; high Yamawaki and full-twisting double-layout. Hasegawa is proof of the Japanese men's current depth of gymnasts with both difficulty, style and consistency that will see a tight race to make this summer's Olympic team in Rio de Janeiro.

İbrahim Çolak from neighboring Turkey won still rings (15.450) over Japan's Kazuma Kaya (14.800) and Stepko (14.700).

After silver medals on pommel horse and vault, and the bronze on rings, Stepko upgraded to gold on parallel bars. He had a slight check on his Stutz to one rail but otherwise competed well, showing off the tight form and light style similar to his former Ukrainian teammate Oleg Vernyayev. Stepko won the bronze on parallel bars at last year's world championships, which granted him an automatic qualification to Rio.

In the women's competition, Brazil's Flávia Saraiva won gold medals on balance beam and floor exercise, topping Sweden's Emma Larson on both events.

Six-time Olympian Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan) claimed the gold on women's vault as she continues her charge toward an unprecedented seventh Olympic appearance. Chusovitina, who will compete in the test event in April in Rio to seek qualification, was the top qualifier but looked even stronger in the final on her vaults (full-twisting handspring layout front, Tsukahara 1 1/2).

Slovenian veteran Tjaša Kysselef won the silver over Austria's Lisa Ecker.

First-year senior Lina Philipp of Germany won uneven bars in her first major event, topping Brazilian Olympian Daniele Hypólito and Saraiva. Philipp showed off beautiful line and form and the mechanics which the German women have long been known for on on uneven bars.

The World Challenge Cup in Baku was the first in a series of events over the next six weeks:. Coming up is the American Cup (all-around), March 5 in Newark, New Jersey, USA; the Glasgow World Cup (all-around) March 12 in Scotland; the DTB Cup (all-around) March 19-20 in Stuttgart, Germany; the Doha World Challenge Cup (apparatus) March 24-26 in Qatar; the Turnier der Meister (apparatus) March 31-April 3 in Cottbus; and the Ljubljana World Challenge Cup (apparatus) April 4-8 in Slovenia.

External Link: Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation

2016 FIG Challenger Cup
February 21, Baku, Azerbaijan

(Full scores not yet available for women's vault and uneven bars)
Women's Vault Final
1.Oksana Chusovitina
2.Tjaša Kysselef
3.Lisa Ecker

Uneven Bars Final
1.Lina Philipp
2.Daniele Hypólito
3.Flávia Saraiva

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Flávia Saraiva6.38.50014.800
2.Emma Larsson5.87.85013.650
3.Elisa Hämmerle5.28.15013.350
4.Marina Nekrasova5.37.8500.113.050
5.Dilnoza Abdusalimova5.47.25012.650
6.Tutya Yılmaz5.86.55012.350
7.Dorina Böczögő5.46.6000.111.900
8.Oksana Chusovitina4.57.30011.800

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Flávia Saraiva5.48.45013.850
2.Emma Larsson5.38.10013.400
3.Marina Nekrasova5.28.00013.200
4.Dorina Böczögő5.37.80013.100
4.Lisa Ecker5.47.70013.100
6.Dilnoza Abdusalimova5.18.0000.113.000
7.Tutya Yılmaz5.36.65011.950

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Kenzo Shirai7.58.65016.150
2.Rok Klavora6.28.60014.800
3.Alexander Shatilov6.28.4500.114.550
4.Ahmet Onder5.88.65014.450
5.Tomislav Marković6.38.2500.314.250
6.Petro Pakhnyuk6.47.15013.550
7.Artem Dolgopyat6.57.1000.213.400
8.Naoto Hayasaka6.65.7000.112.200

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Tomomasa Hasegawa6.88.60015.400
2.Maxime Gentges6.28.50014.700
3.Saeed Reza Keikha6.38.15014.450
4.Artem Dolgopyat5.58.70014.200
5.Renato Prpić5.88.25014.050
6.Ferhat Arıcan6.57.40013.900
7.Stian Skjerahaug6.07.35013.350
8.Dmitrijs Trefilovs5.56.50012.000

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.İbrahim Çolak6.78.75015.450
2.Kazuma Kaya6.38.50014.800
3.Oleg Stepko6.28.50014.700
4.Tomomasa Hasegawa6.08.45014.450
4.Scott Morgan6.57.95014.450
6.Adrià Vera5.58.25013.750
7.Moran Yanuka5.28.35013.550
8.Vladyslav Hryko6.07.20013.200

Men's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Kenzo Shirai6.09.25015.25014.975
5.69.10014.700
2.Oleg Stepko5.69.00014.60014.650
5.69.10014.700
3.Ahmet Onder5.68.80014.40014.400
5.29.20014.400
4.Vitālijs Kardašovs5.68.60014.20014.250
5.29.10014.300
5.Adrià Vera5.69.20014.80014.000
5.28.1000.113.200
6.Scott Morgan5.68.6000.114.10013.550
5.67.7000.313.000
7.Volodymyr Hrybuk5.68.60014.20013.400
5.27.7000.312.600
8.Andrey Medvedev0.00.000
0.00.000

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Oleg Stepko6.88.75015.550
2.Ferhat Arıcan6.68.75015.350
3.Kazuma Kaya6.88.45015.250
4.Kenzo Shirai6.58.50015.000
5.Nestor Abad6.48.55014.950
6.Ahmet Onder6.58.10014.600
7.Alexander Shatilov5.88.70014.500
8.Maxime Gentges5.97.90013.800

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Tomomasa Hasegawa6.88.00014.800
2.Ahmet Onder5.98.70014.600
3.Tin Srbić6.08.50014.500
4.Maxime Gentges5.78.40014.100
5.Moran Yanuka5.38.35013.650
6.Alexander Shatilov5.87.55013.350
7.Ümit Şamiloğlu5.77.50013.200
8.Oleg Stepko4.48.30012.700
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 21 February 2016 00:09    PDF Print
Mikulak Takes U.S. Winter Cup Challenge
(3 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

2012 Olympian Sam Mikulak captured the all-around title at the U.S. Winter Cup Challenge, held Friday and Saturday in Las Vegas.

After missing last fall's world championships with an injury, Mikulak (USOTC) proved he was still on top of the U.S. team, posting a winning total of 177.450. Stanford's Akash Modi (175.300) finished second over first-day leader Sean Melton of Ohio State (174.500).

Mikulak struggled on Friday with missed routines on still rings (fall on still rings dismount) and parallel bars (extra swing and two falls) but surged ahead on Saturday to win the title. The three-time U.S. national champion, who missed the world championships in Glasgow with a "slight tear" in his Achilles, watered down his routine on floor exercise; though he mounted with a 1 1/2 to punch double front, he performed a layout full side pass and dismounted with a safe double twist.

2012 Olympian John Orozco of USOTC made an impressive comeback from his own injury, missing the all-around bronze by just .150 after tearing his Achilles' tendon last June.

The University of Oklahoma's Yul Moldauer placed fifth all-around (174.100), ahead of 2015 World Championships vault bronze medalist Donnell Whittenburg of the USOTC (173.300)

Event titles were also decided by the two-day total. Eddie Penev (USOTC) won both floor exercise and vault (Yurchenko half-on, double-twisting layout front). On floor, his added new triple-twisting double to his routine for a 6.8 D-score on the first day (full-twisting double layout; whip-half to double-twisting front; 2 1/2 to layout front full) layout Thomas; whip-triple twist).

2012 Olympian Jake Dalton, who also missed the 2015 Worlds with injury, competed three events, placing fourth on floor exercise and vault.

Mikulak mastered pommel horse, winning that event along with high bar (Kolman; Tkatchev-half; layout double-double). Whittenburg won still rings and Melton claimed the title on parallel bars.

The competition serves as a reranking event for the U.S. men's national team. The gymnasts and alternates from 2015 U.S. world squad — Chris Brooks, Marvin Kimble, Danell Leyva, Alex Naddour, Paul Ruggeri, Whittenburg and Brandon Wynn — automatically retained their places on the team. Dalton, Steven Legendre, CJ Maestas (USOTC), Melton, Mikulak, Moldauer, Orozco and Penev were added to the lineup.

External Link: USA Gymnastics

2016 U.S. Winter Cup Challenge
February 20-21, Las Vegas

All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotalCombined
1.Sam MikulakUSOTC6.014.6506.215.3506.113.9505.614.8506.513.2506.215.05087.100177.450
5.914.2006.215.2506.115.0505.614.9506.715.7506.215.15090.350
2.Akash ModiStanford6.514.1506.414.3505.514.4505.614.7006.614.1506.315.05086.850175.300
6.514.4006.414.9005.514.6005.614.7006.614.9506.214.90088.450
3.Sean MeltonOhio State6.214.4005.914.7006.315.4005.615.0506.415.0505.713.15087.750174.500
6.214.7005.714.3506.315.3505.613.8506.415.1005.413.40086.750
4.John OrozcoUSOTC5.714.5506.314.9006.414.7004.814.3006.314.0006.213.90086.350174.350
5.714.3506.314.9006.414.8504.814.0506.514.5006.815.35088.000
5.Yul MoldauerOklahoma6.314.4505.614.6506.114.8005.614.9506.315.2505.113.25087.350174.100
6.314.7005.613.7006.114.8005.615.1006.314.8005.513.65086.750
6.Donnell WhittenburgUSOTC6.712.2506.114.2006.715.4006.015.2006.914.4506.614.20085.700173.300
6.814.6006.113.8006.715.4006.015.2506.914.4006.614.15087.600
7.CJ MaestasUSOTC5.714.0006.114.8006.715.2004.413.3506.115.0006.714.70087.050172.800
5.713.9006.114.5506.715.3504.413.3506.114.7006.713.90085.750
8.Allan BowerOklahoma5.914.0006.214.9505.814.3005.614.8006.014.3505.313.05085.450172.550
5.914.6506.214.9005.814.2005.614.4006.014.7505.514.20087.100
9.Alec YoderOhio State6.114.3006.214.3505.714.5005.214.3505.614.3005.813.95085.750170.700
6.113.4006.013.7505.714.9505.614.6505.614.0005.814.20084.950
10.Joshua DixonUSOTC6.514.9505.813.4505.414.0505.815.0005.413.8006.313.80085.050170.400
6.615.1505.812.8505.413.9505.815.0505.413.8506.214.50085.350
11.Kanji OyamaOklahoma6.214.4505.714.0506.014.8005.614.4505.814.3005.613.10085.150170.200
6.214.2005.713.0506.014.3005.615.1005.814.3505.614.05085.050
12.Kevin WoltingUC Berkeley6.014.3505.714.9005.113.4505.615.0505.013.6505.812.80084.200170.150
6.014.6005.614.7005.113.8005.615.0504.913.7005.614.10085.950
13.Grant BreckenridgeStanford5.214.2004.613.6504.713.5505.214.3505.514.7005.714.25084.700167.900
5.413.8504.412.2504.713.6005.214.7505.514.5505.714.20083.200
14.Dmitri BelanovskiMichigan5.713.5505.714.0505.413.7005.214.5005.814.6006.113.30083.700167.500
5.914.1005.713.1505.413.7505.214.2005.814.5506.014.05083.800
15.Robert NeffStanford6.313.7004.613.1505.113.5505.214.5005.613.9005.814.40083.200166.800
6.314.3504.612.6004.413.1505.214.3505.514.6005.814.55083.600
16.Levi AndersonOklahoma6.214.3505.413.5505.213.1505.214.6005.413.6505.813.65082.950166.550
6.214.1005.413.9505.213.0505.214.5005.413.8005.814.20083.600
17.Kiwan WattsAbove The Bar5.914.4005.413.4005.613.4505.213.4505.713.8505.213.70082.250165.400
5.914.4005.113.5505.313.8505.214.3005.313.7005.213.35083.150
18.Cameron BockSCATS Gym6.113.3505.514.3505.313.8005.214.2505.713.3005.513.60082.650165.350
6.013.5005.814.4005.313.8505.214.4006.014.0505.212.50082.700
19.Emyre ColeMichigan6.214.6505.113.5503.812.1005.615.1505.513.3505.413.55082.350164.750
6.013.5504.912.6504.913.7005.614.9005.513.6505.413.95082.400
20.Kyle ZemeirUC Berkeley6.113.3505.413.0505.614.2005.613.7505.714.5005.312.45081.300164.550
6.313.9505.413.0505.313.7005.614.9005.714.3005.513.35083.250
21.Matthew WenskeCypress Academy6.213.8004.413.0505.014.0506.014.9505.714.3004.912.25082.400164.000
6.213.5504.713.3505.013.2006.013.9505.714.2005.113.35081.600
22.Matthew LoochtanIowa6.014.4504.512.9506.014.1505.214.7005.212.6005.111.50080.350163.400
6.014.1504.512.7006.014.8005.214.8005.513.7005.112.90083.050
23.Drew MolingOhio State5.112.7005.412.8506.314.3505.614.4006.014.0505.713.80082.150162.750
5.212.8505.413.2006.314.2005.613.3506.012.9505.714.05080.600
24.Jack BoyleIowa5.413.5505.013.2006.213.8504.813.5506.014.2006.213.90082.250162.000
5.513.8505.012.1506.213.3504.813.8506.013.3506.113.20079.750
25.Anthony McCallum IIMichigan5.612.6005.110.9505.713.3506.015.4006.114.2005.113.00079.500161.500
5.913.9005.211.5005.714.1006.014.4006.114.1505.113.95082.000
26.Alex DiabIllinois6.313.7504.310.3506.314.6005.214.2005.213.9505.311.10077.950159.300
6.214.3004.312.4506.314.5505.214.2005.213.1005.112.75081.350
27.Paul RuggeriUSOTC6.614.5005.013.5005.814.3006.313.9006.313.80070.000157.400
6.614.7005.013.7005.613.7005.815.3006.314.6006.915.40087.400
28.Adrian de los AngelesMichigan6.114.4505.913.9505.012.9005.214.7505.212.2505.613.45081.750151.650
6.114.1505.914.8005.213.4005.613.3505.614.20069.900
29.Tristan BurkeOhio State4.812.0505.714.5005.614.9005.613.6005.213.35068.400134.550
4.710.9005.714.4005.614.9005.613.2005.212.75066.150
30.Eddie PenevUSOTC6.815.3505.914.1505.213.7505.815.3005.913.9005.914.20086.650131.100
6.715.0005.714.0505.815.40044.450
31.Matthew FellemanPenn State6.013.5005.113.5505.613.6505.414.0006.014.40069.100123.350
5.412.4505.613.4005.414.1505.814.25054.250
32.Marvin KimbleUSOTC6.714.8006.214.7006.014.3006.514.50058.300118.450
6.714.9506.214.7506.015.3506.615.10060.150
33.Taylor SeatonStanford6.113.8005.314.3005.615.2005.814.05057.350115.000
6.113.4505.314.4505.615.1005.814.65057.650
34.Stacey ErvinMichigan6.815.0505.615.0005.813.2505.314.10057.400113.650
6.814.5005.613.9005.813.8005.314.05056.250
35.Timothy WangAir Force6.114.6505.913.3505.613.0005.813.85054.850110.300
6.114.9505.913.3505.613.3505.813.80055.450
36.Leroy ClarkePenn State5.914.5005.914.1005.814.0505.612.25054.900109.850
5.913.3505.913.7505.814.2005.913.65054.950
37.Tristan DuverglasPenn State5.412.6506.312.4006.015.1005.811.65051.800102.500
5.412.6506.613.7506.015.1006.19.20050.700
38.Steven LegendreOklahoma6.815.1505.412.5506.114.1505.615.30057.150102.300
6.815.0506.114.8505.615.25045.150
39.Colin VanWicklenOklahoma6.413.2506.014.9505.714.40042.600100.450
6.113.8005.514.2006.015.3505.714.50057.850
40.Jake DaltonOklahoma6.514.3506.015.2005.613.00042.55086.750
6.715.3506.015.1505.613.70044.200
41.Ellis MannonMinnesota6.014.7005.214.7505.713.30042.75086.400
6.315.1505.214.3505.714.15043.650
42.Hunter JustusOklahoma6.214.6005.613.7505.613.9505.914.20056.50084.950
6.214.2005.614.25028.450
43.Donothan BaileyUSOTC5.813.8006.215.20029.00057.150
6.012.8506.215.30028.150

Floor ExerciseScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Eddie PenevUSOTC15.35015.00030.350
D:6.86.7
E:8.5508.300
ND:
2.Steven LegendreOklahoma15.15015.05030.200
D:6.86.8
E:8.3508.250
ND:
3.Joshua DixonUSOTC14.95015.15030.100
D:6.56.6
E:8.5508.550
ND:-0.1
4.Jake DaltonOklahoma14.35015.35029.700
D:6.56.7
E:7.8508.650
ND:
5.Stacey ErvinMichigan15.05014.50029.550
D:6.86.8
E:8.2507.900
ND:-0.2
6.Paul RuggeriUSOTC14.50014.70029.200
D:6.66.6
E:7.9008.100
ND:
7.Yul MoldauerOklahoma14.45014.70029.150
D:6.36.3
E:8.1508.400
ND:
8.Sean MeltonOhio State14.40014.70029.100
D:6.26.2
E:8.2008.500
ND:

Pommel Horse FinalScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Sam MikulakUSOTC15.35015.25030.600
D:6.26.2
E:9.1509.050
ND:
2.Donothan BaileyUSOTC15.20015.30030.500
D:6.26.2
E:9.0009.100
ND:
3.Allan BowerOklahoma14.95014.90029.850
D:6.26.2
E:8.7508.700
ND:
3.Ellis MannonMinnesota14.70015.15029.850
D:6.06.3
E:8.7008.850
ND:
5.John OrozcoUSOTC14.90014.90029.800
D:6.36.3
E:8.6008.600
ND:
6.Marvin KimbleUSOTC14.80014.95029.750
D:6.76.7
E:8.1008.250
ND:
7.Kevin WoltingUC Berkeley14.90014.70029.600
D:5.75.6
E:9.2009.100
ND:
7.Timothy WangAir Force14.65014.95029.600
D:6.16.1
E:8.5508.850
ND:

Still Rings FinalScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Donnell WhittenburgUSOTC15.40015.40030.800
D:6.76.7
E:8.7008.700
ND:
2.Sean MeltonOhio State15.40015.35030.750
D:6.36.3
E:9.1009.050
ND:
3.CJ MaestasUSOTC15.20015.35030.550
D:6.76.7
E:8.5008.650
ND:
4.Yul MoldauerOklahoma14.80014.80029.600
D:6.16.1
E:8.7008.700
ND:
5.John OrozcoUSOTC14.70014.85029.550
D:6.46.4
E:8.3008.450
ND:
6.Alec YoderOhio State14.50014.95029.450
D:5.75.7
E:8.8009.250
ND:
6.Marvin KimbleUSOTC14.70014.75029.450
D:6.26.2
E:8.5008.550
ND:
8.Alex DiabIllinois14.60014.55029.150
D:6.36.3
E:8.3008.250
ND:

VaultScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Eddie PenevUSOTC15.30015.40030.700
D:5.85.8
E:9.5009.600
ND:
2.Steven LegendreOklahoma15.30015.25030.550
D:5.65.6
E:9.7009.650
ND:
3.Donnell WhittenburgUSOTC15.20015.25030.450
D:6.06.0
E:9.2009.250
ND:
4.Jake DaltonOklahoma15.20015.15030.350
D:6.06.0
E:9.2009.250
ND:-0.1
5.Colin VanWicklenOklahoma14.95015.35030.300
D:6.06.0
E:9.0509.350
ND:-0.1
5.Taylor SeatonStanford15.20015.10030.300
D:5.65.6
E:9.6009.500
ND:
7.Tristan DuverglasPenn State15.10015.10030.200
D:6.06.0
E:9.2009.200
ND:-0.1-0.1
8.Kevin WoltingUC Berkeley15.05015.05030.100
D:5.65.6
E:9.5509.450
ND:-0.1

Parallel BarsScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Sean MeltonOhio State15.05015.10030.150
D:6.46.4
E:8.6508.700
ND:
2.Yul MoldauerOklahoma15.25014.80030.050
D:6.36.3
E:8.9508.500
ND:
3.CJ MaestasUSOTC15.00014.70029.700
D:6.16.1
E:8.9008.600
ND:
4.Marvin KimbleUSOTC14.30015.35029.650
D:6.06.0
E:8.3009.350
ND:
5.Grant BreckenridgeStanford14.70014.55029.250
D:5.55.5
E:9.2009.050
ND:
6.Dmitri BelanovskiMichigan14.60014.55029.150
D:5.85.8
E:8.8008.750
ND:
7.Allan BowerOklahoma14.35014.75029.100
D:6.06.0
E:8.3508.750
ND:
7.Akash ModiStanford14.15014.95029.100
D:6.66.6
E:7.5508.350
ND:

High BarScoreDay 1Day 2Total
1.Sam MikulakUSOTC15.05015.15030.200
D:6.26.2
E:8.8508.950
ND:
2.Akash ModiStanford15.05014.90029.950
D:6.36.2
E:8.7508.700
ND:
3.Marvin KimbleUSOTC14.50015.10029.600
D:6.56.6
E:8.0008.500
ND:
4.John OrozcoUSOTC13.90015.35029.250
D:6.26.8
E:7.7008.550
ND:
5.Paul RuggeriUSOTC13.80015.40029.200
D:6.36.9
E:7.5008.500
ND:
6.Robert NeffStanford14.40014.55028.950
D:5.85.8
E:8.6008.750
ND:
7.Colin VanWicklenOklahoma14.40014.50028.900
D:5.75.7
E:8.7008.800
ND:
8.Taylor SeatonStanford14.05014.65028.700
D:5.85.8
E:8.2508.850
ND:
 


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