PUURS, Belgium – The mixed pair of Andre Solodar of San Jose, Calif., and Xiau-Ling Wee of Sereno, Calif., and the women’s group of Mariah Henninger of Walnut Creek, Calif., Ally Kidd of Livermore, Calif., and Tisa Penny of San Leandro, Calif., earned bronze medals in today’s final round of the Acrobatic Gymnastics World Cup Final in Puurs, Belgium.
In the mixed pair, Solodar and Wee finished third at 28.320, behind gold-medalists Revaz Gurgenidze and Tatiana Okulova, and silver-medalists Anton Glazkov and Maria Kovtun, both from Russia. They earned execution and artistic scores of 9.10 and 9.25, respectively, with a 9.970 difficulty.
Belarus’ trio of Maria Girut, Tatiana Motuz and Alina Starevich won the women’s group title, with Russia’s Tatiana Alexeeva, Natalia Fedorova and Elena Kirilova finishing second. The USA’s team of Henninger, Kidd and Penny had an 8.70 execution score, a 9.00 artistic score and a difficulty of 9.860 for a total of 27.560.
The other champions at the Acrobatic Gymnastics World Cup Final were: Alexei Dudchenko and Konstantin Pilipchuk of Russia, men’s pair; and Natalia Kakhntuk and Kristina Maraziuk of Belarus, women’s pair.
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