ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 29, 2011 –Yuliya Brown of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Kalon Ludvigson of Sterling, Utah, won tumbling bronze medals at the World Cup at the St. Petersburg (Russia) Sports and Concert Complex.

Brown earned a 62.500 in the women’s tumbling final. Russia took the top two spots: Anna Korobeynikova was first at 67.300, followed by Anzhelika Soldatkina at 63.500. Ludvigson’s 74.000 also landed him behind two Russians, Timofey Podust at 76.800 and Andrey Krylov at 75.300. Both Hall and Ludvigson train at Team Revolution.

Jeffery Gluckstein of Atlantic Highlands, N.J./Head over Heels, and Michael Devine of Winnebago, Ill./J&J Tumbling and Trampoline, finished seventh in men’s synchronized trampoline. Logan Dooley of Lake Forest, Calif., and Steven Gluckstein of Atlantic Highlands, N.J., competed in the preliminary competition but did not advance to finals.