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Written by Amanda Turner    Tuesday, 16 November 2010 13:28    PDF Print
Chinese Continue Gold Rush in Guangzhou
(7 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

China's gymnasts added five more gold medals Tuesday as their gold rush continued at the Asian Games in Guangzhou.

The Chinese won all five titles and three silvers in the first day of apparatus finals, ceding only a share of the gold on men's floor exercise. Already in Guangzhou, China easily won the team titles and the gold and silver medals in both the men's and women's all-around finals.

On Tuesday, Huang Qiushuang won women's vault with a double-twisting Yurchenko and Podkopayeva. All-around bronze medalist Rie Tanaka (Japan) was second over teammate Momoko Ozawa.

After falling in the world final last month, Olympic champion He Kexin was queen of uneven bars once again, winning the title with a massive 16.425. After her Li Ya and layout Jaeger-Pak combinations, He connected her final 1 1/2 pirouette directly to a full-twisting double tuck dismount for a 7.4 Difficulty score.

Huang, who missed her Jaeger in the all-around final to place second, hit Tuesday for another silver medal ahead of world medalist Koko Tsurumi (Japan).

In the men's floor exercise, China's Zhang Chenglong shared the gold medal with Korea's Kim Soo Myun. India's Ashish Kumar won the bronze, the first Asian Games medal for an Indian gymnast.

All-around champion Teng Haibin, the 2003 world and 2004 Olympic champion, was once again king of the pommel horse. World and Olympic champion Chen Yibing was unbeatable on still rings, with 2009 world champion Yan Mingyong finishing .175 behind. Yan was second as well on pommel horse, showing a mastery of both events rare in today's world of specialists.

Taiwan picked up bronze medals from Chen Chih Yu on pommel horse and Huang Che Kuei still rings.

Artistic gymnastics competition concludes Tuesday with the final day of event finals. The Chinese are favored to win four of the five remaining events, with men's vault the only gold-medal long shot. Feng Zhe qualified third and Zhang qualified fifth to the vault final, but they will need mistakes from Korea's Yang Hak Seon for a chance at the title.

External Link: Official Asian Games Website

XVI Asian Games
Nov. 15, Guangzhou, China

Women's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1. Huang Qiushuang 5.8 9.400 15.200 14.787
5.2 9.175 14.375
2. Rie Tanaka 5.3 9.200 14.500 14.237
4.8 9.175 13.975
3. Momoko Ozawa 5.8 8.650 14.450 14.112
4.8 8.975 13.775
4. Jo Hyun Joo 5.3 8.000 13.300 13.900
5.6 8.900 14.500
5. Phan Thi Ha Thanh 5.0 8.500 13.500 13.775
5.3 8.750 14.050
6. Wong Hiu Ying Angel 5.2 8.525 0.3 13.425 13.712
5.0 9.000 14.000
7. Do Thi Ngan Thuong 5.0 8.725 13.725 13.575
5.0 8.425 13.425
8. Dipa Karmakar 5.0 8.750 13.750 13.400
4.6 8.450 13.050

Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1. He Kexin 7.4 9.025 16.425
2. Huang Qiushuang 7.0 8.825 15.825
3. Koko Tsurumi 5.8 8.500 14.300
4. Daria Yelizarova 5.4 8.350 13.750
5. Park Ji Yeon 5.4 8.000 13.400
6. Rie Tanaka 5.5 7.575 13.075
7. Park Eun Kyung 5.1 7.675 12.775
8. Lim Heem Wei 4.6 7.700 12.300

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1. Zhang Chenglong 6.4 9.000 15.400
1. Kim Soo Myun 6.6 8.800 15.400
3. Ashish Kumar 6.3 8.625 14.925
4. Feng Zhe 6.1 8.800 14.900
5. Hisashi Mizutori 6.2 8.625 14.825
6. Yoo Won Chul 5.8 8.775 0.3 14.275
7. Otabek Masharipov 5.5 8.500 14.000
8. Ryotaka Deguchi 5.9 7.525 13.425

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1. Teng Haibin 6.4 8.975 15.375
2. Yan Mingyong 5.8 8.925 14.725
3. Huang Che Kuei 6.3 8.400 14.700
4. Ryotaka Deguchi 6.3 8.200 14.500
5. Kim Hee Hoon 5.3 8.475 13.775
6. Kim Ji Hoon 6.0 7.550 13.550
7. Anton Fokin 5.9 7.425 13.325
8. Daulet Narmetov 5.9 7.175 13.075

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1. Chen Yibing 6.8 9.275 16.075
2. Yan Mingyong 6.8 9.100 15.900
3. Chen Chih Yu 6.7 8.925 15.625
4. Yoo Won 6.6 8.700 15.300
5. Hisashi Mizutori 6.2 8.900 15.100
6. Timur Kurbanbayev 6.8 8.100 14.900
7. Takuya Nakase 6.2 8.025 14.225
8. Hadi Khanari Nejad 5.5 7.200 12.700

 
Written by Amanda Turner    Monday, 15 November 2010 19:44    PDF Print
Sui, Teng Win Asian Games All-Around
(6 votes, average 4.33 out of 5)



The Chinese gymnasts took two more golds and both silver medals Monday at the Asian Games in Guangzhou, where Sui Lu and Teng Haibin won the all-around title. Left to right: Huang Qiushuang and Sui Lu of China and Rie Tanaka of Japan.
China's gymnasts took two more gold medals Monday at the Asian Games in Guangzhou, where Sui Lu and Teng Haibin captured the all-around titles.

The Chinese gymnasts, which won the team titles in Guangzhou with ease, took the gold and silver medals in both all-around events, leaving Japan with two bronzes.

Sui, second to teammate Huang Qiushuang in qualification, hit four events to take the title. Though relatively weak for a Chinese gymnast on vault (Yurchenko full) and uneven bars (Maloney; jam through to piked Jaeger), Sui performed as well as she could before moving onto her strong events. She took the top scores of the day on both balance beam (piked front, Korbut; barani; switch ring; front aerial, ff, back pike; full turn with leg up to full turn; side somi; double pike) and floor exercise (whip, triple twist; 2 1/2, punch front layout; 1 1/2 to layout front full; double pike).

Huang began well with a clean double-twisting Yurchenko on vault. She fell on uneven bars on her Jaeger, however, after smacking her feet on the low bar during her front giant into the release. She rebounded well balance beam with only a few small wobbles on her piked front and front aerial, ff, back pike combination.

Japan's Rie Tanaka won the bronze, with her best scores on vault (Yurchenko 1 1/2) and uneven bars (Shaposhnikova to Pak, Jaeger, stuck double layout). She took her lowest score on balance beam, where she had several near falls.

Russian Daria Yelizarova, competing in her first competition for Uzbekistan, finished .350 behind Tanaka. Coached in Guangzhou by Oksana Chusovitina, Yelizarova showed the excellent form that helped her win the 2006 Junior European Championships. She took her best scores on uneven bars (invert full to piked Jaeger; stuck Arabian double front) and floor exercise. On beam, she had a near fall on her front aerial, ff, layout, but threw her switch leap, front tuck combination. Vault (stuck handspring piked front) was her weakest event, but Yelizarova is a valuable addition to Uzbekistan, which qualified a full team to the 2011 Worlds.

In the men's competition, Teng Haibin proved himself to the coaching staff by hitting two meets back-to-back. Teng, the former world and Olympic champion on pommel horse, outscored teammate Lu Bo by more than a point to win his first major all-around title.

Teng has been notoriously inconsistent in his career, and his costly errors in the team final at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens have not been forgotten. This year he made his return to China's top team after a six-year absence. Though he helped China win the team title at the world championships, he was only 11th in the all-around final.

"It's not easy," Teng said. "It's a new start. That gold gave me much confidence to look to next year's world championship and 2012 Olympics. This may be my last time competing at the Asian Games so I am very excited to win."

Lu competed well, but lost points with poor landings on vault and parallel bars. Japanese veteran Hisashi Mizutori, second at the 2005 Worlds and 2006 Asian Games, won the bronze. The 30-year-old took the highest score of the day on high bar, but still finished .150 behind Lu.

After the all-around ceremony, Teng was forced to explain a hand gesture he and Lu made on the podium, where they appeared to aim a gun at Mizutori. The two Asian powers have a long history of war and animosity.

"I would like to explain that the gesture which looks like I am using a gun is not hostile," Teng said, explaining that the gesture is meant to symbolize the Li Ning logo.

Mizutori made the same gesture back, though he said later he was not sure what it meant.

"I thought maybe I should just go along with it, so I just did it," Mizutori said.

Competition continues in Guangzhou on Tuesday with the first day of apparatus finals.

External Link: Official Asian Games Website

XVI Asian Games
Nov. 15, Guangzhou, China

Women's All-Around FinalVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Sui Lu14.10014.15015.35014.80058.400
2.Huang Qiushuang15.15014.15014.25014.50058.050
3.Rie Tanaka14.55013.70013.10013.50054.850
4.Daria Yelizarova13.80013.55013.35013.80054.500
5.Luiza Galiulina12.85013.20013.65013.20052.900
6.Kyoko Oshima13.60012.90013.40012.45052.350
7.Park Ji Yeon12.70013.35013.05013.05052.150
8.Do Thi Ngan Thuong13.85011.65012.75013.45051.700
9.Kim Ye Eun13.90012.00012.95012.55051.400
10.Tracie Ang13.80012.25012.40012.70051.150
11.Wong Hiu Ying Angel14.05010.80011.15012.70048.700
12.Lim Heem Wei13.25012.3509.50012.35047.450
13.Mananchaya Senklang12.7009.55012.05011.35045.650
14.Aljazy Alhabshi12.5508.90010.20010.25041.900
15.Khoo Oon Hui Krystal11.5509.4009.55010.90041.400

Men's All-Around FinalFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Teng Haibin14.50015.30014.95015.65015.55015.15091.100
2.Lu Bo14.60014.35015.50015.45015.05014.90089.850
3.Hisashi Mizutori14.70013.90015.00015.65014.80015.65089.700
4.Kim Soo Myun14.70015.10014.00015.85014.10015.00088.750
5.Yoo Won Chul14.35012.95015.35015.55015.45014.75088.400
6.Takuya Nakase13.10013.05015.10016.00015.40015.40088.050
7.Stepan Gorbachyov13.95013.65014.05015.55014.60014.10085.900
8.Shek Wai Hung14.15013.10013.05016.00014.80013.35084.450
9.Chen Chih Yu14.00012.60015.35014.10013.50012.80082.350
10.Mohammad Ramezannpour13.90012.35013.25015.80013.80012.95082.050
11.Truong Minh Sang13.20013.90013.40013.80013.95013.25081.500
12.Mahmood Mohamed Alsadi12.75013.00013.70014.75013.40013.20080.800
13.Tu Yu-Chen13.35012.60012.60015.35012.75013.00079.650
14.Amir Azami12.80011.80014.35014.55013.15012.65079.300
14.Ivan Olushev13.00012.30012.45015.25013.85012.45079.300
16.Ahmed Aldyani13.15013.15012.00013.10013.65013.15078.200
16.Weena Chokpaoumpai14.2008.75013.80015.20013.80012.45078.200
18.Erdenebold Ganbat13.40010.50013.35015.20012.75012.40077.600
19.Kittipong Yudee13.35012.75012.95013.10013.40011.60077.150
20.Ng Kiu Chung13.15011.45014.25014.40011.95010.45075.650
21.Anton Fokin13.80014.45015.2000.00015.05014.35072.850
22.Abdulaziz Aljohani13.1009.20010.50013.65011.70010.05068.200
23.Ashish Kumar14.70010.20013.5500.00014.20012.10064.750
24.Lum Wan Foong0.0000.000
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 14 November 2010 13:21    PDF Print
Nabiyeva Nabs Four Titles in Marseille
(6 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Russian Tatiana Nabiyeva won the all-around and two event titles at the 21st Elite Gym Massilia, held Friday and Saturday in Marseille, France.

Nabiyeva teamed with fellow world champions Ksenia Afanasyeva and Ksenia Semyonova to lead Russia to victory over France and Australia in the Masters division.

Nabiyeva fell on her Yurchenko mount on balance beam, but Afanasyeva earned the highest score of the meet on balance beam for a solid set (side arial to two feet; front aerial to ff two-foot layout; Onodi; side somi; double tuck.) Semyonova, struggling with a hamstring injury, dismounted with only a round off, layout.

After opening on floor exercise with a big Arabian double front and 2 1/2 barani, Nabiyeva fell on her double pike. Afanasyeva, with her right knee taped, modified her tumbling, ditching her double layout mount in favor of two whips to a triple twist. Before her final run, she looked over at coach Marina Nazarova, who signaled to her to dismount with a safe double twist. After two scores in the 12s, Russia put up Semyonova, who had not planned on competing but hit nonetheless (double pike mount; double twist dismount).

Nabiyeva hit vault (double-twisting Yurchenko; 15.10) and uneven bars (toe-on layout Tkatchev; Pak to Stalder-full; Maloney-half; Jaeger; toe-on full to full-twisting double; 15.00).

Last-up Afanasyeva, who had limped off the podium after a Yurchenko full on vault; crashed her uneven bars dismount. Nevertheless her score of 13.00 was enough to clinch victory for Russia.

French world team member Aurelie Malaussena placed second all-around over French junior Doriane Thobie, who impressed on balance beam with a standing Arabian (14.00).

In Saturday's event finals, Nabiyeva won senior vault and uneven bars, Malaussena beam and Afanasyeva floor.

Two-time French Olympian Ludivine Furnon, who spent several years with Cirque du Soleil, performed in a gala on Sunday.

External Link: Official Website

21st Elite Gym Massilia
Nov. 12-13, 2010, Marseille, France

Masters TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Russia28.7528.0027.6025.95110.30
2.France B26.9028.1026.8026.35108.15
3.Australia26.9028.2526.4524.90106.50
4.France A28.1027.2026.9524.20106.45
5.Switzerland27.5025.8525.2524.80103.40
6.Belgium A26.2025.1025.0526.20102.55
7.Romania25.3021.9026.9525.1099.25
8.Germany26.6524.6523.2024.6599.15

Open Team VTUBBBFXTotal
1.Belgium B26.3023.7024.4525.5099.95
2.Sweden27.1023.9523.9524.8099.80
3.Marseille25.4522.2025.3526.2099.20
4.Victoria26.2523.9522.3024.8597.35
5.St. Etienne25.6024.9023.1023.6097.20
6.Netherlands25.3522.1525.2024.3597.05
7.Dijon26.1020.6023.6524.6094.95
8.Avoine26.7521.9022.4523.0094.10
9.Espoir PACA25.5521.4024.2022.2093.35
10.Creteil25.6021.7022.1523.7093.15
11.Bart Conner24.6519.6022.0023.4089.65
12.Creteil/Bart Conner25.9516.7522.1022.3087.10
13.Dunkerque25.2519.8518.8520.9084.85
14.Gymnix25.6023.4521.9013.3084.25

Masters All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Tatiana Nabiyeva15.1015.0013.1012.7555.95
2.Aurelie Malaussena14.4014.3014.2512.7055.65
3.Doriane Thobie13.2014.2514.0012.8554.30
4.Anne Kuhm13.7013.8512.8013.5053.85
5.Ksenia Afanasyeva13.6513.0014.5012.6053.75
6.Natalia Joura13.4513.7513.1012.4552.75
7.Terri Grand'ry13.0012.0013.2013.6551.85
8.Nadia Muelhauser13.8012.9012.6512.3551.70
9.Nikki Chung13.4514.2513.3510.6551.70
10.Georgia-Rose Brown13.4514.0011.6512.4551.55
11.Irina Paun12.4511.4514.1512.9050.95
12.Sara Catanzaro13.7012.9511.7512.4550.85
13.Sophie Scheder13.3012.4512.2012.8050.75
14.Lea Calon12.8012.0512.7012.6550.20
15.Antje van de Velde13.0512.0511.8512.5549.50
16.Anja Rheinbay13.3512.2011.0011.8548.40
17.Caterina Barloggio12.4511.1512.6012.0048.20
18.Johanna Dejardin13.1513.059.9011.9048.00
19.Ioana Badea12.6510.4512.8011.9047.80
20.Maria Rauta12.658.4511.7012.2045.00
21.Eva Maurin13.7012.7011.5037.90
22.Cagla Akyol12.9511.4011.7036.05
23.Ksenia Semyonova11.7513.2024.95
24.Mira Boumejmajen12.9012.90

Open All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Brianna ClarkGymnix13.0511.9012.5513.3050.80
2.Julie PennachioMarseille12.4012.4512.3013.0550.20
3.Lina Sjoberg13.0512.4512.1012.5050.10
4.Camille CoudretSt. Etienne13.4512.6012.0011.8049.85
5.Alexandra EadeVictoria13.1512.8511.1012.5049.60
6.Maartje Ruikes12.6012.0512.9511.8049.40
7.Lisa Verschueren13.1011.7011.8512.4549.10
8.Julia Rumbutis13.7011.5011.8512.0549.10
9.Laura Waem13.1010.6012.6012.5548.85
10.Eline Vandersteen13.2012.0010.5012.9548.65
11.Elodie PerezAvoine14.1510.6010.5013.0048.25
12.Tierra ExumVictoria13.1011.1011.2012.3547.75
13.Noel van Klaveren12.7510.1012.2512.5047.60
14.Maissane NajiCreteil12.8511.3511.5511.7047.45
15.Amelie PauffertEspoir PACA12.8510.6013.0510.9047.40
16.Victoria Genberg13.409.8511.7012.3047.25
17.Reagan HemryBart Conner12.5010.8011.6512.2047.15
18.Julie RoemerDijon13.709.0511.5012.1546.40
19.Clara ChambellantDijon12.409.6511.6512.4546.15
20.Alizee Quiroga-DuffardEspoir PACA12.7010.8011.1511.3045.95
21.Manon CormorechMarseille13.059.759.9512.8045.55
22.Berenice BoulandetSt. Etienne12.0512.309.3011.8045.45
23.Serena CharpySt. Etienne12.1510.5011.1011.6545.40
24.Tessa Gerrits11.6010.0511.5011.8545.00
25.Manon GouelCreteil12.7510.3510.3511.3044.75
26.Claire GouelCreteil12.509.5010.6012.0044.60
27.Helene CaronDunkerque12.959.8010.6010.8544.20
28.Emily BarrettBart Conner12.908.4011.2511.2543.80
29.Brooklyn SchumacherBart Conner12.158.809.9511.2042.10
30.Laura HingstonVictoria12.357.5010.6011.2541.70
31.Marine RoszczkaAvoine12.608.0510.0510.0040.70
32.Myriam El KoukhoDunkerque12.3010.058.2510.0540.65
33.Mackenzie ValentinBart Conner12.157.2010.3510.8040.50
34.Larra De GournayCreteil12.308.358.7010.2539.60
35.Marine LerougeDunkerque10.707.408.259.3535.70
36.Katie BrownBart Conner13.0510.8511.0534.95
37.Ivy LuGymnix12.5511.559.3533.45
38.Valentine SabatouMarseille0.00013.0513.1526.20
39.Chloe StanicAvoine11.3011.9523.25
40.Claire MartinDijon10.9512.0022.95

Senior Vault FinalVT 1VT 1Average
1.Tatiana Nabiyeva14.90014.37514.637
2.Aurelie Malaussena14.22513.50013.863
3.Lina Sjoberg13.20013.20013.200
4.Elodie Perez13.82512.07512.950

Senior Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Tatiana Nabiyeva6.28.67514.875
2.Aurelie Malaussena5.68.40014.000
3.Ksenia Afanasyeva5.77.27512.975
4.Lina Sjoberg4.48.07012.475

Senior Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Aurelie Malaussena5.48.72514.125
2.Ksenia Afanasyeva5.18.80013.900
3.Tatiana Nabiyeva5.77.97513.675
4.Eva Maurin5.07.75012.750

Senior Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Ksenia Afanasyeva5.38.6500.113.850
2.Julie Pennachio3.98.05011.950

Junior Vault FinalVT 1VT 1Average
1.Tierra Exum13.47513.95013.712
2.Natalia Joura13.77513.57513.675
3.Nikki Chung13.70013.17513.438
4.Doriane Thobie13.47513.35013.413
5.Sara Catanzaro13.15013.60013.375
6.Julia Rumbutis13.62513.07513.350
7.Victoria Genberg13.40013.10013.250
8.Nadia Muelhauser12.85012.52512.688

Junior Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Nikki Chung5.58.47513.975
2.Georgia-Rose Brown5.58.27013.775
3.Anne Kuhm5.18.35013.450
4.Antje van de Velde5.47.80013.200
5.Sophie Scheder3.88.22512.025
6.Sara Catanzaro5.16.75011.850
7.Doriane Thobie5.06.50011.500
8.Camille Coudret4.75.2009.900

Junior Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Irina Paun5.58.35013.850
2.Johanna Dejardin5.37.90013.200
3.Maartje Ruikes5.07.75012.750
4.Nikki Chung5.37.20012.500
5.Caterina Barloggio4.37.82012.125
6.Anne Kuhm5.16.97512.075
7.Maria Rauta5.46.27511.675
8.Valentine Sabatou5.06.40011.400

Junior Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Terri Grand'ry5.28.20013.400
2.Lea Calon4.88.2300.112.925
3.Natalia Joura5.17.82512.925
4.Irina Paun4.98.00012.900
5.Brianna Clark4.68.12512.725
6.Alexandra Eade4.87.82012.625
7.Doriane Thobie5.47.20012.600
8.Nadia Muelhauser4.87.72512.525
9.Lisa Verschueren4.77.75012.450
10.Valentine Sabatou4.87.1750.111.875
11.Johanna Dejardin4.86.92511.725
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 14 November 2010 13:00    PDF Print
Chinese Women Win 10th Asian Games Title
(7 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



The Chinese women easily won their 10th team title at the Asian Games Sunday in Guangzhou, outscoring second-place Japan by 11 points. Left to right: Yang Yilin, Huang Qiushuang, Sui Lu, He Kexin, Jiang Yuyuan and Deng Linlin.

The unstoppable Chinese women won their 10th consecutive team title Sunday at the Asian Games in Guangzhou.

Like their male counterparts on Saturday, the Chinese women defeated runner-up Japan by exactly 11 points. Since first joining the Asian Games in 1974, the Chinese men and women are both undefeated in the team competition.

With the added power of former Russian team member Daria Yelizarova, Uzbekistan won the bronze medal over Korea. (North Korea, third at the 2006 Asian Games, is banned from competition until 2012.)

The Chinese qualified first in every event, despite showing signs of fatigue in their second major competition in a month. Huang Qiushuang, fourth all-around at October's world championships, led the Chinese charge to qualify first to the all-around final.

After erring in three of four bar routines at worlds, Huang was spot on in Guangzhou, ending her marathon routine with a stuck double layout. She had two large wobbles on balance beam, but qualified second on floor exercise and earned 9.500 in execution on her double-twisting Yurchenko vault (one small hop).

Chinese national champion Sui Lu qualified second with the best scores of the night on balance beam (drilled barani) and floor exercise. Olympic champion He Kexin, who uncharactistically finished out of the medals at worlds, nailed her routine on uneven bars (16.100).

World all-around silver medalist Jiang Yuyuan, however, had a difficult day, hitting only one event. On uneven bars, she nearly landed her Pak salto on her waist and then put her hands down on her full-twisting double layout. After falls on beam and floor, she nearly stuck her double-twisting Yurchenko vault, but dissolved into tears afterward. Unless China's coaches elect to withdraw one of her teammates from a final, Jiang's Asian Games are over in Guangzhou.

Though Jiang's mistakes were unexpected, China's team gold was not. After the fourth rotation, the Chinese gymnasts pulled on T-shirts with "No. 1" printed on them.

"We did quite well in general despite some mistakes," Chinese head coach coach Lu Shanzhen said. "The result is not a surprise."

Competition continues Monday in Guangzhou with the men's and women's all-around finals.

External Link: Official Asian Games Website

XVI Asian Games
Nov. 14, Guangzhou, China

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1. China 59.450 61.300 57.700 55.700 234.150
2. Japan 57.950 57.150 56.500 51.650 223.250
3. Uzbekistan 53.750 50.750 53.050 50.400 207.950
4. Korea 55.950 51.800 51.250 47.850 206.850

Women's All-Around QualifiersVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Huang Qiushuang 15.300 15.850 13.950 13.900 59.000 Q
2. Sui Lu 13.700 14.050 15.300 14.500 57.550 Q
3. Yang Yilin 14.950 14.950 13.800 13.600 57.300
4. Rie Tanaka 14.750 14.350 14.000 13.350 56.450 Q
5. Jiang Yuyuan 14.850 14.400 13.450 13.050 55.750
6. Kyoko Oshima 13.950 14.150 13.500 13.000 54.600 Q
7. Koko Tsurumi 13.850 14.450 13.900 11.950 54.150
8. Daria Yelizarova 13.700 13.550 13.600 13.300 54.150 Q
9. Luiza Galiulina 13.300 13.300 14.250 12.950 53.800 Q
10. Jo Hyun Joo 14.750 12.650 12.150 12.800 52.350 Q
11. Do Thi Ngan Thuong 13.650 11.950 12.700 13.250 51.550 Q
12. Park Ji Yeon 13.750 13.450 13.050 11.150 51.400 Q
13. Park Eun Kyung 13.750 13.200 12.500 11.850 51.300
14. Lim Heem Wei 13.550 12.550 13.200 11.900 51.200 Q
15. Tracie Ang 12.550 11.750 13.700 12.000 50.000 Q
16. Irina Volodchenko 13.550 12.050 12.800 11.350 49.750
17. Asal Saparbayeva 12.900 11.850 12.200 12.350 49.300
18. Kim Ye Eun 13.700 12.500 12.000 10.800 49.000
19. Wong Hiu Ying Angel 13.400 10.600 12.450 11.050 47.500 Q
20. Do Thi Thu Huyen 13.650 8.600 12.750 12.050 47.050 Q
21. Khoo Oon Hui Krystal 12.750 8.900 10.700 10.400 42.750 Q
22. Aljazy Alhabshi 12.800 8.150 10.700 10.650 42.300 Q
23. Mananchaya Senklang 12.650 9.150 11.100 9.400 42.300 Q
24. Mai Yamagishi 14.200 14.350 13.350 41.900
25. Phan Thi Ha Thanh 14.000 13.050 12.500 39.550
26. Moon Eunmee 13.100 13.550 12.050 38.700
27. Momoko Ozawa 15.050 11.350 11.650 38.050
28. Dipa Karmakar 13.850 11.700 10.900 36.450
29. Meenakshi Meenakshi 12.150 11.500 9.350 33.000
30. Priti Das 11.150 11.100 8.250 30.500
31. He Kexin 16.100 13.700 29.800
32. Deng Linlin 14.350 14.650 29.000
33. Yuko Shintake 14.200 14.250 28.450
34. Yulia Goreva 13.200 11.800 25.000
35. Diana Karimdjanova 11.750 12.400 24.150
36. Frances Audrey Munoz 10.400 9.300 19.700
37. Eum Eunhui 11.850 11.850

Women's Vault QualifiersDENDScoreAverage
Q Huang Qiushuang 5.8 9.500 15.300 14.900
5.2 9.300 14.500
Q Jo Hyun Joo 5.8 8.950 14.750 14.675
5.6 9.000 14.600
Q Rie Tanaka 5.3 9.450 14.750 14.475
4.8 9.400 14.200
Q Phan Thi Ha Thanh 5.0 9.000 14.000 14.325
5.3 9.350 14.650
Q Ozawa Momoko 5.8 9.250 15.050 14.275
4.6 9.000 0.1 13.500
Q Wong Hiu Ying Angel 5.2 8.500 0.3 13.400 13.775
5.0 9.250 0.1 14.150
Q Do Thi Ngan Thuong 5.0 8.650 13.650 13.725
5.0 8.800 13.800
Q Dipa Karmakar 5.0 8.850 13.850 13.575
4.6 8.700 13.300
R Lim Heem Wei 4.6 8.950 13.550 13.550
4.6 8.950 13.550
R Yulia Goreva 5.0 8.500 0.3 13.200 13.400
5.2 8.400 13.600
R Tracie Ang 5.0 7.550 12.550 13.075
4.6 9.000 13.600

Uneven Bars QualifiersDENDScore
Q He Kexin 7.2 8.900 16.100
Q Huang Qiushuang 7.0 8.850 15.850
Q Koko Tsurumi 6.0 8.450 14.450
Q Rie Tanaka 5.7 8.650 14.350
Q Daria Yelizarova 5.3 8.250 13.550
Q Park Ji Yeon 5.4 8.050 13.450
Q Luiza Galiulina 5.3 8.000 13.300
Q Park Eun Kyung 5.0 8.200 13.200
R Lim Heem Wei 4.6 7.950 12.550
R Do Thi Ngan Thuong 4.9 7.050 11.950
R Tracie Ang 5.1 6.650 11.750

Balance Beam QualifiersDENDScore
Q Sui Lu 6.5 8.800 15.300
Q Deng Linlin 6.5 8.150 14.650
Q Mai Yamagishi 5.9 8.450 14.350
Q Yuko Shintake 5.8 8.450 14.250
Q Luiza Galiulina 5.9 8.350 14.250
Q Tracie Ang 5.6 8.100 13.700
Q Daria Yelizarova 5.3 8.400 0.1 13.600
Q Moon Eunmee 5.3 8.250 13.550
R Lim Heem Wei 5.2 8.000 13.200
R Park Ji Yeon 5.1 7.950 13.050
R Phan Thi Ha Thanh 5.1 7.950 13.050

Women's Floor Exercise QualifiersDENDScore
Q Sui Lu 5.9 8.600 14.500
Q Huang Qiushuang 5.6 8.300 13.900
Q Rie Tanaka 5.2 8.150 13.350
Q Mai Yamagishi 5.3 8.050 13.350
Q Daria Yelizarova 5.3 8.000 13.300
Q Do Thi Ngan Thuong 5.3 7.950 13.250
Q Luiza Galiulina 5.4 7.650 0.1 12.950
Q Jo Hyun Joo 5.5 7.300 12.800
R Phan Thi Ha Thanh 5.0 7.600 0.1 12.500
R Moon Eunmee 4.9 7.150 12.050
R Tracie Ang 4.9 7.100 12.000
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 14 November 2010 12:28    PDF Print
Britain's Purvis Best at Champions Trophy
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Rising British star Daniel Purvis outlasted his competition to take the 3rd Champions Trophy, a men's international invitational held Sunday in Stuttgart, Germany.

Great Britain's Daniel Purvis captured the 3rd Champions Trophy, an international invitational for men held Sunday in Stuttgart.

Purvis topped Ukraine's Nikolai Kuksenkov, 88.300-87.525. Two-time defending champion Maxim Devyatovsky of Russia was third (87.450).

Starting on his best event, floor exercise, Purvis grabbed the lead and held on while his top rivals made errors. He cemented his lead with the top score of the night, a 15.950 for an excellent Yurchenko 2 1/2 on vault.

German star Philipp Boy, the crowd favorite and all-around silver medalist at last month's worlds in Rotterdam, began well on floor exercise, but struggled on pommel horse (13.575) and again on vault, nearly sitting down his handspring double front. He fought back well with the high score on parallel bars, however, and going into his best event, high bar, he trailed Purvis by only .2. But falls on both his Kolman and layout Tkatchev releases dropped Boy to fifth.

World all-around bronze medalist Jonathan Horton (U.S.) committed several costly errors to end up sixth. He sat down his double front on floor exercise and scored only 12.150 on pommel horse. He took the third-best score of the night on parallel bars (14.925) but fell on his Kolman on high bar.

Kuksenkov, a close fourth at worlds, performed consistently except for a break on parallel bars. Devyatovsky, whose pommel horse meltdown dropped him from second to 19th in Rotterdam, again made costly errors on the event (12.300).

External Link: Official Website

2010 Champions Trophy
Nov. 14, Stuttgart, Germany

All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Daniel Purvis15.35014.05013.90015.95014.52514.52588.300
2.Nikolai Kuksenkov14.35014.27514.60015.62513.55015.12587.525
3.Maxim Devyatovsky14.95012.30015.05015.57514.82514.75087.450
4.Eugene Spiridonov14.25013.55014.32515.35014.62514.70086.800
5.Philipp Boy15.00013.57514.50015.27515.22512.97586.550
6.Jonathan Horton13.82512.15014.87515.75014.92514.10085.625
7.Cyril Tommasone14.17513.87512.62515.32515.07514.50085.575
8.Takehito Mori13.37512.72513.55015.17514.07514.90083.800
 


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