03. December 2007  
Beijing / China  

Good Luck Invitational 2007: Chinese and Ukrainian winners at Trampoline Pre-Olympics

At last the reigning world champion YE, Shuai from China grabbed the gold medal of the men's trampoline final decision at the last of three final days, together with artistic gymnastics.
The worlds bronze medallist Yashuhiro UEYAMA won the silver and the Russian Dmitri USHAKOV the bronze medal.

The respected veteran and double Olympian Olena MOVCHAN from the Ukraine won the Gold medal in the Women’s Individual Trampoline in a nerve-breaking final on Sunday evening.
The silver medal went to the 2007 World Silver medallist of the recent Championships in Quebec, Rosannagh MacLennan, and the bronze medal to HE Wenna (CHN).

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* Montag, 3. Dezember 2007
The Pre-Olympic Men's Final
In the men's final of the "Good Luck Beijing" 2007 Trampoline Gymnastics International Invitational Tournament at the National Indoor Stadium this evening, the reigning world champion of Quebec,  Ye Shuai of China, grabbed the gold medal with 40.40.
With some veterans ousted from the qualification round including Chinese Dong Dong, Ye Shuai entered the final at the ninth place and posed an easy win on a dazzling exercise valued at 16.1.

Japanese Ueyama Yasuhiro, bronze medalist of this year's World Championships, finished 40.10 based on a 15.5 exercise to place second.
Russia's Dmitry Ushakov settled for bronze with 39.70.

Italian Flavio Cannone, top finisher of the qualification, ranked fourth with 39.10 while Canadian Jason Burnett placed fifth at 39.00.The sixth to the eighth went to Peter Jensen of Denmark, Mikalai Kazak of Belarus and Henrik Stehlik of Germany respectively.

* MEN's Results
1. YE, Shuai (CHN)                     - 40,40
2. UEYAMAH, Yasuhiro (JPN)  - 40,10
3. USHAKOV, Dmitri (RUS)        - 39,70

4. CANNONE, Flavio (ITA)  - 39,10
5. BURNETT, Jason (CAN)  - 39,00
6. JENSEN, Peter (DEN)  - 38,80
7. KAZAK, Mikalai  (BLR)  - 38,60
8. STEHLIK, Henrik (GER)  - 37,70

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