COTTBUS, Germany, March 24, 2013 –The USA’s Jake Dalton of Reno, Nev./University of Oklahoma, won the vault title at the 2013 Cottbus World Cup in Cottbus, Germany. The Cottbus World Cup is part of the International Gymnastics Federation’s individual event World Cup series. 
Dalton scored a 15.187 to win the vault title over Russia’s Mikhail Kudashov in second with a 14.825 and Brazil’s Caio Campos Souza in third with 14.512. Today’s victory is Dalton’s first individual event win on the World Cup series and comes three weeks after winning the AT&T American Cup, which is an FIG all-around World Cup event.
Brandon Wynn of Columbus, Ohio/Ohio State University, finished just out of the medals in fourth place on parallel bars with a score of 15.075. Wynn qualified seventh, moving up three positions during the finals. Vietnam’s Nguyen Ha Thanh won the title with a score of 15.475.
Glen Ishino of Santa Ana, Calif./University of California – Berkeley, finished fifth on horizontal bar with a score of 14.600. Ishino, who qualified eighth during to the final,  moved up three spots during today’s competition. Germany’s Andreas Bretschneider won the gold with a score of 15.025.