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VAULT

Nat pts.
 

FINAL

1 (8) ZIGANSHINA, Natalia  RUS 9,443
2 (4) van de LEUR, Verona NED 9,387
3 (2) PETROVSCHI, Joana  ROM 9,131
4 (6) KVASHA, Alona UKR 9,043
4 (7) ZAMOLODCHIKOVA, Elena RUS 9,043
6 (1) GOMEZ, Elena UZB 8,999
7 (3) COLOMBO, Ilaria ITA 8,993
8 (5) BERGAMELLI, Monica  ITA 4.575
(E1) Komrskova, Jana CZE
(E2) Rangelova, Ralitsa BUL

In the vault final, gymnasts had to perform two vaults from different families with the scores being averaged.
Spain’s Elena Gomez landed her RO-full-twisting ff on back pike off well but could only manage a full-twisting Yurchenko as a second vault. 

 Joana Petrovschi, competing in her only final here, opened with a 1 ˝ twisting Yurchenko (bent knees) and took a large hop forwards on her RO-1/2 on front pike off. 
Ilaria Colombo followed with the same two vaults but could land neither properly. Verona van de Leur then took the lead with a double Yurchenko that was beautifully twisted but went off centre on the landing. She stuck her second vault of RO-full-twisting ff on back layout off.
Monica Bergamelli was way off centre on her double twisting Yurchenko and then scored a zero when she landed her second vault on her hands and knees.
>> Alyona Kvasha had a major arm bend going into her handspring full-twisting front layout and messy legs throughout but nailed it. She fell to her hands on her 1 ˝ twisting Tsukahara. 
>> Yelena Zamolodchikova went into the lead briefly after her double twisting Tsukahara but then totally crashed her double twisting Yurchenko.
>> Natalia Ziganshina picked up the slack by standing up both her double twisting Yurchenko and her RO-1/2 on pike ˝ off (layout position in the first half).