Alexandra Kautzman (Simi Valley, Calif./California Rhythms) notched a top-15 all-around finish at the 2023 Tashkent World Cup in Uzbekistan over the weekend.

Kautzman’s combined 114.450 on Saturday landed her 13th all-around in individual competition, while teammate Jaelyn Chin (Aventura, Fla./Bessonova’s School) was 22nd with a 107.800. Italy’s Sofia Raffaeli was first (131.850) all-around followed by Uzbekistan’s Takhmina Ikromova in second (126.250) and Germany’s Margarita Kolosov in third (125.200).

Kautzman also qualified to the ball final where she was eighth with a 27.450. In qualifications, she scored a 30.150 on hoop, 27.750 on clubs and 27.200 on ribbon. Chin also competed in the hoop (26.450), ball (29.150), clubs (25.150) and ribbon (27.050) qualifying rounds.

In group competition, the Senior National Group of Maria Bolkhovitinova (Northfield, Ill.), Sasha Ilyina (Lake Zurich, Ill.), Isabella Ivanova (Kirkland, Wash.), Nicole Khoma (Northbrook, Ill.) and Emily Wilson (Brooklyn, N.Y.) placed 10th in the all-around. The group posted a 22.850 in five balls qualifications and a 19.100 in three ribbons and two balls.