© Ron Wyatt
In the women's 15-16 age group, Shaylee Dunavin of Amarillo, Texas/All American Gymnastics, posted a 50.800 in individual trampoline, placing third behind Russia's Yana Pavlova and Great Britian's Pamela Clark, earning a 52.530 and 51.870, respectively.
In tumbling, for the 17-18 men's age division, Austin Nacey totaled 34.000 points to earn the bronze medal. Russia's Mikhail Manin gained the gold as Denmark's Anders Wesch won the silver with a 35.100 and 34.400, respectively.
In 13-14, men's synchro pair Colin Duda of Atlantic Highlands, N.J./Ultra Twisters, and Cody Gesuelli of Middletown, N.J./Ultra Twisters, earned a second-place finish with a 42.300. Kazakhstan's Pirmammad Aliyev and Alexandr Shinkarev placed first with a 43.800, and Russia's Dmitry Kiknadze and Dmitriy Zenkin finished third with a 42.200.
The World Age Group Competition continues tomorrow with men's and women's 17-18 trampoline, men's and women's 11-12 tumbling, men's and women's 13-14 double-mini trampoline, and men's and women's 15-16 synchronized trampoline.