21. May 2011  
Sangalhos, Anadia, Portugal  
Artistic Gymnastics

Australia dominate on girls, Great Britain on boys - Portugal take 2011 Gymsport Cup

The second edition of Gymsport Artistic Gymnastics International Tournament 2011 was a big success!
Joining almost 80 gymnasts from 13 countries and 4 continents, the competition had a very nice atmosphere and a very good level.
<< In the girls’ competition, Australia dominated the scene, winning in both individual categories and team. Making a very regular tournament, but not winning in any event, Emma Nedov was the best on junior all-around with 52,100.

The Gymsport Cup
, for the best delegation, summing scores from male and female competitions, was won by Portugal, who was second on girls and 6th on boys.

* Reporting for GYMmedia INTERNATIONAL:
Pedro ROQUE (POR); photos by Pavel RYCL

Natalia Calgagno (ARG)

Spanish Marta Calleja, from EGAD Los Cantos Alcorcón, finished second with 46,250, while small but fast Tunisian Saker Chad was the third with 46,150.
>> Female Juniors, all-around
>> Female Youth, all-around

Australia (Alexandra Eade and Emma Nedov) won easily the team competition, with a total of 104,450, well ahead from Portuguese team who became second with 95,350 and Le Reveil de Bettembourg, from Luxembourg, who finished third with 91,550.
>> Female Teams

Alexandra Eade (AUS) - best of youth category

* Male Juniors
Great Britain
showed big superiority on boys, winning on every field.
On juniors, Dominic Cunningham was the best with an impressive total of 82,500, having the most difficult program of all gymnasts and the best execution sum. Cunningham was also the best in four events:
floor (14,200), rings (13,500), vault (14,750) and high bar (13,900).

<< Spanish Borja Torregosa (* photo, left) from Club Gimnastico San Blas, was the second with 78,750 and had the top score on pommel horse (12,950).
Turkish Ibraim Colak was the third with 77,800, and was the best on rings (13,500 exaequo with Cunningham) and parallel bars (13,900).
>> Male Juniors, all-around

Jay Thomson (GBR)