STUTTGART, Germany – 2006 all-around world silver-medalist Jana Bieger of Coconut Creek, Fla., won the uneven bars and 2006 U.S. World Championships Team member Kevin Tan of Fremont, Calif., finished third in the still rings at the 2006 DTB-Pokal, a World Cup event held in Stuttgart, Germany. Bieger will compete in two more event finals on Oct. 29.

Bieger, who competes for Bieger International Gymnastics, scored a 15.425 to win the uneven bars title. Russia’s Polina Miller was second at 15.375, and Germany’s Oksana Chusovitina was third with a 15.325. Bieger, who also was a silver medalist on floor at the 2006 World Championships, will compete in the finals for balance beam and floor exercise.
Tan, who is a member of Team Chevron, posted a 16.075 to earn the bronze medal in the still rings. He finished behind Yuri Van Geldern of the Netherlands, who was first at 16.525, and Regulo Carmona of Venezuela, who was second at 16.175. David Durante of Garfield, N.J., who also is a member of Team Chevron, finished seventh in the pommel horse, which was won by Hungary’s Krisztian Berki.
Germany’s Fabian Hambuechen won the other men’s final, the floor exercise. Russia’s Anna Pavlova won the women’s vault.
The final day of competition features the finals for balance beam and women’s floor exercise, along with men’s vault, parallel bars and horizontal bar.

2006 DTB-Pokal results

Women’s event finals

1. Anna Pavlova, Russia, 15.100
2. Oksana Chusovitina, Germany, 14.937
3. Elena Zamolodchikova, Russia, 14.900
4. Jana Komrskova, Czechoslovakia, 14.500
5. Theresa Sporer, Germany, 14.475
6. Olga Shcherbatykh, Ukraine, 14.375
7. Maryna Kostiuchenko, Ukraine, 13.962
8. Aagje Vanwalleghem, Belgium, 13.675

Uneven Bars
1. Jana Bieger, USA, 15.425
2. Polina Miller, Russia, 15.375
3. Oksana Chusovitina, Germany, 15.325
4. Jana Sikulova, Czechoslovakia, 15.175
5. Daria Joura, Australia, 15.125
6. Hollie Dykes, Australia, 14.950
7. Kim Bui, Germany, 14.750
8. Dariya Zgoba, Ukraine, 13.900

Men’s event finals

Floor Exercise

1. Fabian Hambuechen, Germany, 15.600
2. Brandon O´Neill, Canada, 15.450
3. Wajdi Bouallegue, Tunesia, 15.250
4. David Vyoral, Spain, 15.225
5. Evgeni Bogonosyuk, Ukraine, 14.925
6. Filip Ude, Croatia, 14.850
7. Eiichi Sekiguchi, Japan, 14.225
8. Zhe Feng, China, 13.900

Pommel Horse

1. Krisztian Berki, Hungary, 15.750
2. Nikolai Kryukov, Russia, 15.600
3. Louis Smith, Great Britain, 15.450
4. Hiroyuki Tomita, Japan, 15.325
5. Vid Hidvegi, Hungary, 15.150
6. Luis Rivera, Puerto Rico, 15.025
7. David Durante, USA, 14.950
8. Takehito Mori, Japan, 14.225

Still Rings

1. Yuri Van Geldern, Netherlands, 16.525
2. Regulo Carmona, Venezuela, 16.175
3. Kevin Tan, USA, 16.075
4. Thomas Andergassen, Germany, 15.900
5. Hiroyuki Tomita, Japan, 15.825
6. Irodotos Georgallas, Cyprus, 15.550
7. Alexandr Balandin, Russia, 14.725
8. Robert Gal, Hungary, 14.700
World Championships Sports Network (WCSN) is carrying the final two days of the 2006 DTB-Pokal on In addition to seeing it when it airs, fans can also watch the competition at a time most convenient for them through WCSN’s on-demand archive. The webcast is 2-5 p.m. on Oct. 28-29 (all times are Eastern).