Results: 2014 Northern Europeans Event Finals

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Day 2 continued at the Northern Europeans today with the Event Finals taking place.

WAG 

Northern Europeans is always a  very strong competition for the Welsh.Northern Ireland faired well in the event finals with Casey Bell scooping medals on Vault and Beam with team mate Ellis O’Reilly narrowly missing out on a medal on beam. Denmark continued on strong following their silver medal in the team event to take two event finals medals, with Norway also taking 2.

Vault

  1. Annika Urvikko FIN 13.788
  2. Marie Sjammelsen DEN 13.600
  3. Casey Jo Bell NIRL 13.513
  4. Martine Rustoen Skregelid NOR 13.313
  5. Nicole Mawhinney NIRL 13.250
  6. Norma Dogg Robertsdottir ICE 13.213
  7. Emily Thomas WAL 13.100
  8. Mette Hulgaard DEN 13.025

Bars

  1. Angel Romaeo WAL 13.425
  2. Rebecca Moore WAL 12.900
  3. Michelle Lauritsen DEN 12.750
  4. Annika Urvikko FIN 12.550
  5. Dominiqua Belanui ICE 12.425
  6. Mette Hulgaard DEN 11.875
  7. Monica Soleoni FIN 11.800
  8. Ellis O’Reilly NIRL 11.325

Beam

  1. Latalia Bevan WAL 13.800
  2. Martine Rustoen Skregelid NOR 13.125
  3. Casey Jo Bell NIRL 12.600
  4. Ellis O’Reilly NIRL 12.525
  5. Dominiqua Belanui ICE 11.075
  6. Solveig Mercoll Berg NOR 10/925
  7. Maisie Methuen WAL 10.725
  8. Annika Urvikko FIN 10.300

Floor

  1. Angel Romaeo WAL 13.075
  2. Maisie Methuen WAL 12.900
  3. Martine Rustoen Skregelid NOR 12.700
  4. Mette Hulgaard DEN 12.250
  5. Grace Harrison IOM 12.125
  6. Erika Pakkala FIN 12.050
  7. Sarah El-Dabagh DEN 11.925
  8. Hildur Ólafsdóttir ICE 11.150

MAG

Ireland fought back after yesterdays competition where they suffered a big blow to the team when Chris O’Connor was forced to withdraw mid-competition due to a leg injury sustained during a routine. We wish Chris the best in his recovery. Ireland dominated the competition, going 1-2 on Floor, Rings and High Bar making it their most successful Northern Europeans to date. Denmark continued to stay strong and in the medals after claiming the team title yesterday.

Floor

  1. Andrew Smith IRL 14.100
  2. Rohan Sebastian IRL 14.100
  3. Tom Barnes SCO 13.625
  4. Jack Neill NIRL 13.300
  5. Pontus Kallanvaara SWE 13.075
  6. Rhys McClenaghan NIRL 12.425
  7. Stig Kjeldsen DEN 12.325
  8. Marcus Frandsen DEN 12.025

Pommel Horse

  1. Helge Vammen DEN 13.725
  2. Antony Duchars IOM 13.450
  3. Marcus Frandsen DEN 12.950
  4. Jack Neill NIRL 12.650
  5. Rhys McClenaghan NIRL 12.425
  6. Pontus Kallanvaara SWE 12.250
  7. Andrew Smith IRL 11.800
  8. Kieran Behan IRL 11.050

Rings

  1. Rohan Sebastien IRL 14.300
  2. Kieran Behan IRL 14.200
  3. Pontus Kallanvaara SWE 13.075
  4. Jon Sigurour Gunnarsson ICE 12.700
  5. Marcus Frandsen DEN 12.500
  6. Carl Green SWE 12.425
  7. Andrew Mackie SCO 12.100
  8. Helge Vammen DEN 0.000

Vault

  1. Stig Kjeldsen DEN 13.900
  2. Carl Green SWE 13.850
  3. Joao Fuglsig DEN 13.650
  4. Douglas Ross SCO 13.463
  5. Rohan Sebastien IRL 13.450
  6. Eyþór Örn Baldursson ICE 13.125
  7. Hranna Jonsson ICE 13.063
  8. Anand Patel IOM 12.575

Parallel Bars

  1. Helge Vamen DEN 13.375
  2. Jack Neill NIRL 13.250 & Joao Fuglsig DEN 13.250
  3. Kieran Behan IRL 12.825
  4. Rohan Sebastien IRL 12.625
  5. Rhys McClenaghan NIRL 12.575
  6. Tom Barnes SCO 11.950
  7. Christopher Soos SWE 11.150

High Bar

  1. Kieran Behan IRL 13.650
  2. Rohan Sebastien IRL 13.550
  3. Joachim Winther DEN 13.225
  4. Helge Vammen DEN 13.000
  5. Eyþór Örn Baldursson ICE 12.500
  6. Pontus Kallanvaara SWE 12.325
  7. Tom Barnes SCO 12.225
  8. Antony Duchars IOM 12.050

The competition moves to Ireland next year, taking place September 18th – 20th at the University of Limerick.

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