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Malaysian Women Make History in Ljubljana
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Malaysia's Tan Ing Yueh and Tracie Ang became their country's first World Challenge Cup gold medalists during the second day of finals in Ljubljana on Sunday. Pictured: Ang with fellow floor medalists Sydney Soloski of Canada and Dorina Böczögő of Hungary.

Following teammate Farah Ann Abdul Hadi's first FIG World Challenge Cup medalist for the Malaysian women on Saturday, Malaysia's Tan Ing Yueh and Tracie Ang became their country's first gold medalists during the second day of finals in Ljubljana on Sunday.

Tan placed first on balance beam, scoring 13.80 for a routine that included a side aerial, layout step-out; split leap, side somi; double turn; and gainer layout dismount. Second was 2008 Slovenian Olympian Adela Šajn, who will turn 26 on April 14.

On floor exercise, Ang placed first with an energetic routine, ahead of silver medalist Sydney Soloski of Canada. Soloski, who earlier in the day won bronze on balance beam, tumbled a double layout, 2-1/2 twist and double tuck.

Slovenia and Turkey won two medals each in the men's finals on Sunday.

Alen Dimic of Slovenia performed smoothly on parallel bars, where he dismounted with a solid double pike, for gold on that event. Ukraine's Yevgen Yudenkov had the field's highest Difficulty score but the second-lowest Execution score for silver. İbrahim Çolak of Turkey placed third. Yudenkov and Colak were second and first, respectively, in Saturday's rings final.

On vault, Pavel Bulavsky of Belarus placed first despite over-rotating his second vault, a Tsukahara double pike. Silver medalist Vitālijs Kardašovs of Latvia put a hand down and stumbled backward in his first vault, a cowboyed double front. He cleanly hit his second vault, a double-twisting Tsukahara.

Turkey's Ümit Şamiloğlu, 35, outscored the rest of field by 0.40 in Execution for gold on high bar, ahead of silver medalist Dimic.

The FIG World Challenge Cup series continues April 28 to May 5 in Osijek, Croatia.

External Link: Official Website

12th FIG World Challenger Cup
April 10, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Tan Ing Yueh5.68.20013.800
2.Adela Šajn5.38.00013.300
3.Sydney Soloski5.37.90013.200
4.Teja Belak5.57.60013.100
5.Tzuf Feldon5.07.75012.750
6.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.27.45012.650
7.Luca Divéky5.17.50012.600
8.Anastasia Belyayeva5.36.70012.000

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Tracie Ang5.18.35013.450
2.Sydney Soloski5.57.80013.300
3.Dorina Böczögő5.47.9500.113.250
4.Paula Mejías5.97.6000.313.200
5.Tjaša Kysselef4.78.15012.850
5.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.17.8500.112.850
7.Teja Belak4.78.10012.800
8.Anastasia Belyayeva5.17.40012.500

Men's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Pavel Bulavsky5.68.80014.40014.100
6.07.80013.800
2.Vitālijs Kardašovs5.68.0000.113.50013.925
5.29.15014.350
3.Ivan Vargovský5.29.10014.30013.825
4.48.95013.350
4.Márk Fehér5.28.85014.05013.175
3.29.10012.300
5.Norbert Dudás5.29.20014.40012.850
3.28.10011.300
6.Anton Olivson4.48.90013.30012.600
3.28.70011.900

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Alen Dimic5.99.05014.950
2.Yevgen Yudenkov6.58.00014.500
3.İbrahim Çolak5.78.75014.450
4.Norbert Dudás6.18.25014.350
5.Patryk Rabstajn5.58.45013.950
6.Dávid Vecsernyés5.58.30013.800
7.Denis Sanuvong5.47.95013.350
8.Adam Rzepa4.88.50013.300

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Ümit Şamiloğlu6.28.80015.000
2.Alen Dimic6.38.40014.700
3.Tin Srbić5.98.40014.300
3.Dávid Vecsernyés6.47.90014.300
5.Anton Kovačević6.07.95013.950
6.Oleksandr Petrenko5.78.10013.800
7.Adam Rzepa5.38.20013.500
8.Samuel Piasecký5.07.15012.150
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