NOTE: Included below the release and top-8 results are the names of the junior and senior male gymnasts who qualified for the 2007 Visa Championships, Aug. 15-18 in
Scores from both days of competition will count toward team selection for the Pan Am Games and World University Games, which will be named by the Men’s Selection Committee. The teams will be announced in the near future.
To qualify for the Visa Championships, the sport’s national championships scheduled for Aug. 15-18 at the HP Pavilion in
In the all-around, Alvarez edged out Jonathan Horton of
The gymnasts who finished at the top for each of the six events are: floor exercise, Alvarez and Horton, tied at 30.400; pommel horse, Alvarez, 30.150; still rings, Kevin Tan of Fremont, Calif./Team Chevron, 31.550; vault, Sean Golden of Camden, N.J./Gattaca, 32.350; parallel bars, Justin Spring of Burke, Va./Team Chevron, 31.250; and horizontal bar, Joseph Hagerty of Rio Rancho, N.M./Team Chevron, 30.550
The champions from the junior competition, held on June 8, were: 16-18 year old division — Russell Dabritz, Rowley, Mass. (all-around), Josh Dixon, San Jose, Calif. (floor exercise), Michael Jiang, Littleton, Colo. (pommel horse), Russell Dabritz, Rowley, Mass. (still rings and horizontal bar), Justin Ebueng, Chino Hills, Calif. (vault); and 14-15 year-old division — John Orozco, Bronx, N.Y.(all-around, still rings and parallel bars), Donathan Bailey, Lake Forest, Calif. (floor exercise and pommel horse), Jake Dalton, Sparks, Nev. (vault), Glenn McCuen, Plano, Texas (horizontal bar).
1. Guillermo Alvarez,
2. Jonathan Horton,
3. David Durante,
4. Sho Nakamori,
5. Todd Thornton,
5. Sean Townsend,
7. Bryant Hadden,
8. Tim Gentry,