Results: Commonwealth Invitational 2014 AA & Team

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The All Around and Team competition took place today along with qualification for the Apparatus Finals.

WAG Team

  1. Scotland 156.450
  2. Northern Ireland 147.800
  3. Malaysia 145.200
  4. India 135.950
  5. Bermuda 124.250
  6. Isle of Man 113.600
  7. Malta 103.650

WAG AA

  1. Emma White (SCO) 53.250
  2. Erin McLachlan (SCO) 52.800
  3. Marisa Dick (TRI) 52.550
  4. Jordan Archibald (SCO) 49.050
  5. Carly Smith (SCO) 48.950
  6. Nicole Mawhinney (N IRL) 48.900
  7. Cara Kennedy (SCO), Kirsty Campbell (SCO), Nur Eli Ellina Azmi (MAS) 48.600
  8. Ciara Roberts (N IRL) 48.100

The WAG Apparatus results are available here – in the competition work plan issue by Scottish Gymnastics, it does not state whether the two per country rule is in place for the Apparatus Finals, judging by gymnasts tweeting that they will compete in finals tomorrow and are not listed here we imagine that the 2 per country rule is in place.

MAG Team Results

  1. Scotland 246.450
  2. Wales 236.350
  3. India 231.750
  4. Singapore 222.950
  5. Cyprus 169.750

MAG AA Results

  1. Daniel Iley (SCO) 81.600
  2. Asish Kumar (IND) 80.750
  3. Adam Cox (SCO) 79.500
  4. Ryan McKee (SCO) 78.850
  5. Harry Owen (WAL) 78.200
  6. Papavripidou Xenios (CYP)
  7. William Albert (TRI) 77.950
  8. Loukaides Stefanos (CYP) 77.100
  9. Robert Sansby (WAL) 76.800
  10. Iwan Mepham (WAL) 76.700

MAG Apparatus results are available here. 

The competition concludes tomorrow with the apparatus finals beginning at 11am.

One Comment

  1. xexeo says:

    THI PHAN QUEEN of Osijek; Steingruber FLOOR
    With two gold medals (vault and beam) and one bronze in the floor, the Vietnamese Thi Phan, 25, became the queen of Osijek in a single event whose opposing weight, Switzerland Giulia Steingruber visibly spared on all devices seeking the European coming months. On beam, Steingruber took bronze behind Hu Kyang Phan and Kim took silver. On the floor, without competition, the Swiss took the gold followed by the surprise of the event – the Canadian Isabela Onyshko took silver.
    Excursus OSIJEK
    Fact – Steingruber, year in, year out, is the Swiss team. The eastern group will make such a difference in October? Onyshko repeat the feat? Makra once again on the podium, while Boczogo is falling. Until when? Next step – Sofia.

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