© John Cheng

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 14, 2010 – 2010 World all-around bronze-medalist and reigning U.S. all-around champion Jonathan Horton of Houston finished sixth in the 2010 Champions Trophy, an all-around competition in Stuttgart, Germany.

Horton, who trains at Cypress Academy, earned an 85.625 total. He recorded the highest vault score (15.750) and the second highest still rings score (14.875). His other scores included a 13.825 on floor exercise, 12.150 on pommel horse, 14.925 on parallel bars, and 14.100 on horizontal bar.

Great Britain’s Daniel Purvis, who finished fifth in the all-around at the 2010 World Championships, won the title with a score of 88.300. Mykola Kuksenkov of the Ukraine, who was fourth at the 2010 World Championships, ended up in second place (87.525), while 2009 Champions Trophy winner Maxim Devyatovskiy of Russia rounded out the top three (87.450).

Complete results from the Champions Trophy can be found at http://www.dtbpokal.de/ergebnisseresults.html, along with a TV highlights package from the competition.

2010 Champions Trophy
Stuttgart, Germany
November 14, 2010
All-around results

1. Daniel Purvis, Great Britain, 88.300
2. Mykola Kuksenkov, Ukraine, 87.525
3. Maxim Devyatovskiy, Russia, 87.450
4. Evgeniy Spiridonov, Germany, 86.800
5. Philipp Boy, Germany, 86.550
6. Jonathan Horton, Houston/Cypress Academy, 85.625
7. Cyril Tommasone, France, 85.575
8. Mori Takehito, Japan, 83.800