Results: FRA v ESP MAG friendly

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Another pre-Worlds MAG friendly took place today between France and Spain.

The French team consisted of:  Arnaud Willig, Kevin Antoniotti, Julien Gobaux, Hamilton Sabot, Jim Zona and Samir Ait Said. Cyril Tommasone  and Axel Augis competed as individuals and their scores did not go towards the team score. On the Spanish side, Rayderly Miguel Zapata, Ruben Lopez, Nestor Abad, Alberto Tallon, Adria Vera, Andres Martin and Julian Roberto Perez.

  1. France 342.200
  2. Spain 340.750

In the All Around rankings Spains Nestor Abad came out top (87.400), with Jim Zona of France second (84.850) and Arnaud Willig (84.500).

Full results can be viewed here.

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  1. xexeo says:

    ZEBRA IN THE VAULT

    Paula Rodriguez wins gold on vault, with Boglarka Devai with silver and Franchesca Santi with the bronze. The disappointments were Marcia Vidiaux and Teja Belak, who fell on the second jump, ranking last. Last year, Belak would get the bronze, with Thi Phan with gold and Giulia Steingruber with silver. Closing the result of the vault – Nancy Taman – a pleasant surprise of Egypt in fourth, Valerija Grisane and Marcia Vidiaux tied for fifth and Ana Derek in penultimate place.
    RUBY HARROLD CONFIRMS VICTORY IN BARS
    Ruby Harrold won gold in bars, followed by an amazing Annika Urvikko with silver and thauany Araujo with bronze. Once again, the disappointment was Teja Belak who fell and stood at last. Last year, Mi Kang Yong took the gold, silver and Naomi Makra Kim Singmuang bronze. Closing the end result, Ariana Orrego fourth, Barbora Mokosova fifth, Simona Lazo sixth and Marcia Vidiaux in penultimate.
    RUBY HARROLD CONFIRMS VICTORY IN BARS
    Ruby Harrold won gold in bars, followed by an amazing Annika Urvikko with silver and thauany Araujo with bronze. Once again, the disappointment was Teja Belak who fell and stood at last. Last year, Mi Kang Yong took the gold, silver and Naomi Makra Kim Singmuang bronze. Closing the end result, Ariana Orrego fourth, Barbora Mokosova fifth, Simona Lazo sixth and Marcia Vidiaux in penultimate.
    PAULA RODRIGUEZ WINS FLOOR AND BECOMES QUEEN OF OSIJEK
    Paula Rodriguez closed the second gold in the floor, becoming the queen of Osijek, with a tie in silver between Tunde Csillag and Marcia Vidiaux. Last year, Giulia Steingruber took the gold with Isabela Onyskho silver and Phan Thi bronze. Closing the result, Simona Lazo, Fourth, Tjasa Kesselef and Ana Derek fifth, Dorina Boczogo, with severe penalties in penultimate and Tutya Wilmaz in last.

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