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China on Top as Cottbus Concludes
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

China won three of the five available titles as the Cottbus Cup concluded Sunday in Germany.

The Chinese won two of the three men's events: Du Wei took vault and Teng Haibin and Feng Zhe finished 1-2 on parallel bars.

Fan Ye, the 2003 world balance beam champion, topped reigning world beam champion Irina Krasnyanskaya of Ukraine. Both gymnasts rebounded from Saturday's disaster on uneven bars, where Fan fell twice and Krasnyanskaya fell three times.

Uneven bars champion Elsa Garcia earned another gold medal for Mexico with the floor title.

Greece picked up two medals, with Vlasios Maras taking the gold on high bar and Stefani Bisbikou winning the bronze on beam.

2007 Cottbus Cup
March 25, Cottbus, Germany

Balance Beam
1. Fan Ye CHN 15.650
2. Irina Krasnyanskaya UKR 15.250
3. Stefani Bisbikou GRE 15.050
4. Adela Sajn SLO 14.825
5. Aluissa Lacusteanu ROM 14.625
6. Katja Abel GER 14.450
7. Florica Leonida ROU 14.250
8. Jade Barbosa BRA 13.875

Floor Exercise
1. Elsa Garcia MEX 15.125
2. Olga Scherbatykh UKR 14.775
3. Alina Kozich UKR 14.625
4. Aluissa Lacusteanu ROM 14.500
5. Jade Barbosa BRA 14.400
6. Kim Bui GER 14.375
7. Katja Abel GER 13.900
8. Adela Sajn SLO 13.600

Men's Vault
1. Du Wei CHN 16.200
2. Thomas Bouhail FRA 16.112
3. Jeffrey Wammes NED 16.037
4. Vadim Kuvakin UKR 16.012
5. Luis Rivera PUR 15.787
6. Yuto Hayami JPN 15.637

Parallel Bars
1. Teng Haibin CHN 16.000
2. Feng Zhe CHN 15.825
3. Valery Goncharov UKR 15.725
4. Nikolai Kryukov RUS 15.600
5. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.300
6. Nicolas Böschenstein SUI 15.125
7. Gael da Silva FRA 14.925
8. Roman Kulesza POL 14.825

High Bar
1. Vlasios Maras GRE 15.675
2. Yusuke Tanaka JPN 15.350
2. Alexander Rodriguez PUR 15.350
4. Enrico Pozzo ITA 15.075
5. Christoph Schärer SUI 15.000
6. Ümit Samiloglu TUR 14.175
7. Alexander Tsarevich BLR 14.075
8. Nikolai Kuksenkov UKR 13.925

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