© Ricardo Bufolin / John Cheng

PORTIMAO, Portugal, May 13, 2018 – Camilla Feeley of Highland Park, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center, and Lili Mizuno of Northbrook, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics Center, both competed in two individual event finals at the Portimao (Portugal) World Challenge Cup.

Feeley’s 16.550 gave her fifth place in the ball final, with Mizuno tallying a 15.550 for sixth. Israel’s Nicol Zelikman took top honors with an 18.150. Russia’s Polina Khonina and Marila Sergeeva were second (17.900) and third (17.750), respectively. In hoop, Feeley was seventh with a 15.300. Sergeeva won the title at 18.750, with Zelikman second (18.350) and Khonina third (17.500).

Mizuno posted a 15.150 for sixth in the clubs final, which Sergeeva won (17.900). Khonina and Zelikman again battled for second (17.800) and third (17.050), respectively. Sergeeva won the ribbon title (17.700).

In the all-around held earlier, Mizuno scored a 59.550 for seventh, with Feeley two spots behind at 58.150. Sergeeva won the all-around crown (69.300). Zelikman garnered the silver (67.500), and Khonina rounded out the top three (66.450).