Results: Anadia World Cup 2014

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WAG

Vault

  1. Teja Belak (SLO) 14.112
  2. Elisa Haemmerle (AUT) 13.600
  3. Ana Filipa Martins (POR) 13.487
  4. Martina Castro (CHI) 13.437
  5. Tijana Tkalcec (CRO) 13.412
  6.  Tjasa Kysselef (SLO) 13.337
  7. Jasmin Mader (AUT) 13.325
  8. Franchescha Santi (CHI) 13.275

Bars

  1. Jessica Lopez (VEN) 14.325
  2. Ana Filipa Martins (POR) 12.675
  3. Asal Saparbaeva (UZB) & Elisa Haemmerle (AUT) 12.200
  4. Elena Rega (UZB) 11.875
  5. Simona Castro (CHI) 10.775
  6. Sabjene Gosa (LAT) 9.175
  7. Farah Mahmoud (QAT) 8.625

Floor

  1. Ana Filipa Martins (POR)12.875
  2. Jasmin Mader (AUT) 12.575
  3. Elena Rega (UZB) 12.525
  4. Elisa Haemmerle (AUT) 12.500
  5. Zoi Lima (POR) 12.150
  6. Asal Saparbaeva (UZB) 12.025
  7. Sabiene Gosa (LAT) 11.575
  8. Barbara Achondo (CHI) 11.075

Beam

  1. Jessica Lopez (VEN) 13.850
  2. Teja Belak (SLO) 13.150
  3. Diana Abrantes (POR) 12.975
  4. Elena Rega (UZB) 12.675
  5. Ana Filipa Martins (POR) 12.625
  6. Elisa Haemmerle (AUT) 12.350
  7. Martina Castro (CHI) 12.025
  8. Asal Saparbaeva (UZB) 11.550

MAG

Vault

  1. Eddie Penev (USA) 15.100
  2. Audrys Nin Reyes (DOM) 15.025
  3. Qu Ruiyang (CHN) 14.987
  4. Kevin Dupuis (FRA) 14.950
  5. Sam Mikulak (USA) 14.375
  6. Tomas Gonzalez (CHI) 14.325
  7. Salokhiddin Mirzaev (UZB) 7.025

Parallel Bars

  1. Kevin Antoniotti (FRA) 15.500
  2. Mitja Petkovsek (SLO) 15.475
  3. Sam Mikulak (USA) 15.125
  4. Alen Dimic (SLO) 14.950
  5. Tomas Gonzalez (CHI) 14.450
  6. Lukas Dauser (GER) 14.125
  7. Osvaldo Martinez Erazun (ARG) 13.700
  8. Daniel Gomez Barreno (ECU) 10.250

High Bar

  1. Sam Mikulak (USA) 15.450
  2. Marijo Moznik (CRO) 15.125
  3. Francisco (BRA) 15.050
  4. Nicolas Cordoba (ARG) 14.450
  5. Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT) 14.150
  6. Chenglong Zhang (CHN) 13.750
  7. Kevin Antoniotti (FRA) 13.725
  8. Bence Talas (HUN) 13.075

Floor

  1. Eddie Penev (USA) 15.625
  2. Sam Mikulak (USA) 15.550
  3. Tomas Gonzalez (CHI) 15.375
  4. Okar Kirmes (FIN) 14.975
  5. Tristian Perez (PUR) 14.700
  6. Rok Klavora (SLO) 14.450
  7. Vitalijs Kardasovs (LAT) 14.325
  8. Jossimar Calvo (COL) 13.450

Pommel Horse

  1. Alex Naddour (USA) 15.225
  2. Zoltan Kallai (HUN) 15.150
  3. Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT) 14.825
  4. Saso Bertoncelj (SLO) 13.800
  5. Abdulla Azimov (UZB) 13.775
  6. Kristijan Vugrinski (CRO) 13.475
  7. Wang Bo (CHN) 12.925
  8. Leonardo Kusan (CRO) 11.750

Rings

  1. Arthur Zanetti (BRA) 15.700
  2. Alex Naddour (USA) 15.300
  3. Markku Vahtila (FIN) 15.200
  4. Juan Raffo (CHI) 14.975
  5. Gusatvo Simoes (POR) 14.950
  6. Regulo Carmona (VEN) 14.900
  7. Huang Yuguo (CHN) 14.675
  8. Javier Balboa (MEX) 14.550

One Comment

  1. xexeo says:

    QUEEN OF PAVLOVA TRNAVA
    No big names at the event, Anna Pavlova was crowned queen of Trnava with three gold medals (All Around, beam and vault) and bronze on bars. Alexandra Yazydzhyan won gold on floor, silver on bars and bronze on vault. Lisa Katherine Hill won gold on bars, plus a silver in the all-around. Maelye Plessis won silver on beam and Liubov Nosova won silver on vault. The silver of the house appeared to Barbora Morosova the bronze in the all-around and floor and bronze on beam Julie Hajkova.
    In junior, both in victory all around as the team of Russia. Angelina Simakova (two gold medals) and Mary Butskikh gold per team and bronze for all-around were the champions. The homegrown took second place in the team for Veronica Sebakova and Aneta Holasová (two silvers). The third place was for teams with another Russian team, Varvara Subova and Viktoria Gorbatova.

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