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Puerto Rico Picks Up Three More Golds
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The host men's team won half the gold medals at the event finals of the 15th Puerto Rico Cup, held Saturday and Sunday in Mayagüez. Pictured: Puerto Rican gymnasts Luis Vargas, Lorena Quinones, Andrea Maldonado, Paula Mejias and Luis Vargas pose with their national flag at El Palacio de los Deportes.

The host men's team won half the golds at the finals of the 15th Puerto Rico Cup, held Saturday and Sunday at El Palacio de los Deportes in Mayagüez.

2008 Olympian Luis Rivera, the all-around champion Friday, claimed another gold medal on men's vault. Rafael Morales won the title on pommel horse and 2004 Olympian Luis Vargas won the gold on high bar.

The United States, second to Puerto Rico in Friday's team competition, earned golds on still rings from Brandon Wynn and on parallel bars from Tyler Mizoguchi. All-around bronze medalist Victor Rosa (Brazil) won floor exercise.

Canada dominated the women's competition with five gold medals. Quebec's Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto won titles on both uneven bars and balance beam. Junior national champion Victoria Moors won gold medals on vault and uneven bars, and Natalie Vaculik won balance beam.

Senior all-around champion Jessica Gil (Colombia) won senior floor exercise. Yamilet Peña (Dominican Republic) won vault with the highest score of the women's finals.

Junior all-around champion Valeria Pereyra, who won Germany's Pre-Olympic Youth Cup in May, won another gold medal in Puerto Rico on junior floor exercise.

External Link: Puerto Rican Gymnastics Federation

15th Puerto Rico Cup
July 9-10, 2011, Mayagüez

Senior Women's Vault FinalDENDScore
1.Yamilet Peña5.39.12514.350
2.Jessica Gil5.38.90014.200
3.Paula Mejias5.28.77513.862
4.Lucila Estarli5.28.60013.475

Senior Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto5.28.37513.575
2.Agustina Estarli4.67.40012.000
3.Bibiana Velez5.46.25011.650
4.Yamilet Peña4.37.15011.450

Senior Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto5.38.70014.000
2.Jessica Gil5.38.1500.113.350
3.Karla Martinez4.37.30011.600
4.Agustina Estarli4.85.22510.025

Senior Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Jessica Gil5.48.47513.875
2.Paula Mejias5.38.27513.575
3.Bianca Dancose-Giambattisto4.68.4250.112.925
3.Lucila Estarli4.88.12512.925

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Victor Rosa6.48.92615.325
2.Alexander Rodríguez6.09.05015.050
3.Scott Morgan6.09.00015.000
4.Rafael Morales5.89.17514.975
5.Juan Melchiori5.78.92514.625
6.Juan Lompizano5.58.62514.125
7.Anderson Loran5.18.77513.875
8.Petrix Barbosa5.87.12512.825

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Rafael Morales5.78.82514.525
2.Yesid Peña5.88.40014.200
3.Tyler Mizoguchi5.88.25014.050
4.Anderson Loran5.28.60013.800
5.Dylan Akers5.97.45013.350
6.Jayson Scott4.18.12512.225
7.Alexander Rodriguez5.96.20012.100
8.Fabian Meza5.25.32510.525

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.Brandon Wynn6.99.02515.925
2.Arthur Zanetti6.69.07515.675
3.Tommy Ramos6.49.17515.575
4.Tyler Mizoguchi6.09.05015.050
5.Francisco Barreto6.38.35014.650
6.Jorge Giraldo5.98.67514.575
7.Alexis Torres6.27.95014.150
8.Scott Morgan6.17.85013.950

Men's Vault FinalDENDScore
1.Luis Rivera6.69.5000.115.862
2.Scott Morgan6.29.27515.525
3.Victor Rosa6.29.42515.437
4.Petrix Barbosa6.29.30015.125
5.Angel Ramos6.68.3500.115.037
6.Brandon Wynn6.69.02514.875
7.Jesus Vidal6.68.1250.114.337
8.Hugh Smith6.68.3007.450

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Tyler Mizoguchi6.29.02515.225
2.Jorge Giraldo6.28.90015.100
3.Luis Vargas5.69.30014.900
4.Brandon Wynn6.78.17514.875
5.Victor Rosa6.08.75014.750
6.Osvaldo Martinez5.78.15013.850
7.Luis Rivera5.48.02513.425
8.Javier Sandoval5.86.80012.600

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Luis Vargas6.18.80014.900
2.Brandon Wynn5.78.90014.600
3.Luis Rivera5.98.57514.475
4.Nicolas Cordoba5.98.47514.375
4.Andrew Elkind6.57.87514.375
6.Victor Rosa6.28.00014.200
7.Jayson Scott5.37.87513.175
8.Petrix Barbosa6.26.75012.950

Junior Women's Vault FinalDENDScore
1.Victoria Moors5.88.70014.275
2.Valeria Pereyra5.09.0000.113.825
3.Lorena Quinones5.08.40013.475
4.Shaila Perez4.08.27512.012

Junior Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Victoria Moors5.48.32513.725
2.Natalia Calcagno5.28.12513.325
3.Lorena Quinones4.76.97511.675
4.Shaila Perez3.06.9259.925

Junior Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Natalie Vaculik5.58.37513.875
2.Natalia Calcagno4.68.77513.375
3.Lorena Quinones5.27.60012.800
4.Shaila Perez4.87.87512.675

Junior Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Valeria Pereyra5.58.70014.200
2.Andrea Maldonado5.18.47513.575
3.Victoria Moors5.87.8250.113.525
4.Shaila Perez5.07.20012.200
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