DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 16, 2014 – Team USA secured five medals on the fourth and final day of competition at the 2014 Trampoline and Tumbling World Age Group Competitions, held at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. The U.S. ends the competition with 15 total medals.
In the women’s 13-14 double-mini final, Alyssa Oh of Rocklin, Calif./Technique T&T, won her second straight World Age Group Competitions gold medal on the event with a 65.900 score. Teammate Carly Townsend of Foothill Ranch, Calif./World Elite, was second at 65.700.
Eve Doudican of Bixby, Okla./Oklahoma Extreme, scored a 32.100 to take the women’s 11-12 tumbling gold medal, and Myles DeBose, Matteson, Ill./TwistStars, tied for the silver medal in men’s 11-12 tumbling, posting a 32.100.
In men’s 13-14 double mini-trampoline, Armand Reichelt, Scottsdale of Ariz./Scottsdale Gymnastics, took the bronze medal with a total score of 66.800.
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