Results - Day One Event Finals in Osijek

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Dutchwoman Noel van Klaveren and Russian Ekaterina Kramarenko won the Vault and Uneven Bars respectively on the first day of event finals at the 2013 Osijek World Challenge Cup. Fellow Dutchwoman Chantysha Netteb won the silver medal on the Vault with PHAN Thi Ha Thanh of Vietnam finishing in third. Kristyna Palesova of the Czech Republic and Jessica Lopez of Venezuela were second and third respectively on the Uneven Bars. Japan's Kenzo Kaneko won the Floor Exercise title over Jeffrey Wammes of the Netherlands with Croatian's Tomislav Markovic and Andrej Korosteljev tying for third. On the Pommel Horse, Italy's Alberto Busnari was triumphant over Belgium's Donna Donny Truyens who pipped Croatian Filip Ude for second place. Greekman Eleftherios Petrounias won the Still Rings honors with Frenchmen Samir Ait Said and Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues rounding out the top three. 

WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
VAULT:
  1. Noel van Klaveren (NED) (15.025, 14.500) 14.763
  2. Chantysha Netteb (NED) (14.600, 14.425) 14.513
  3. PHAN Thi Ha Thanh (VIE) (14.000, 14.575) 14.288
  4. Alla Sosnitskaya (RUS) (14.600, 13.750) 14.175
  5. Noemi Makra (HUN) (13.975, 13.575) 13.775
  6. Claudia Cummins (RSA) (13.800, 13.550) 13.675
  7. Paula Plichta (POL) (13.950, 13.375) 13.663
  8. Ema Kajic (CRO) (13.925, 13.100) 13.513
  9. Ivet Rojas Galean (VEN) (14.000, 11.625) 12.813
UNEVEN BARS:
  1. Ekaterina Kramarenko (RUS) 14.425
  2. Kristyna Palesova (CZE) 14.050
  3. Jessica Brizeida Lopez Arocha (VEN) 13.875
  4. Alla Sosnitskaya (RUS) 12.575
  5. Jana Sikulova (CZE) 12.450
  6. Noemi Makra (HUN) 11.600
  7. Anastasiya Miklashevich (BLR) 11.450
  8. Angelina Kysla (UKR) 9.925
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
FLOOR EXERCISE:
  1. Kenzo Kaneko (JPN) 15.100
  2. Jeffrey Wammes (NED) 15.075
  3. Tomislav Markovic (CRO); Andrej Korosteljev (CRO) 15.050

  4. Kazuyuki Takeda (JPN) 14.925
  5. Eleftherios Kosmidis (GRE) 14.350
  6. Rok Klavora (SLO) 14.300
  7. Cuong HOANG (VIE) 13.775
POMMEL HORSE: 
  1. Alberto Busnari (ITA) 16.100
  2. Donna Donny Truyens (BEL) 15.700
  3. Filip Ude (CRO) 15.675
  4. Vid Hidvegi (HUN) 15.525
  5. Saso Bertoncelj (SLO) 15.425
  6. Cyril Tommasone (FRA) 14.850
  7. Jossimar Orlando Calvo Moreno (COL) 14.400
  8. Kazuyuki Takeda (JPN) 13.025
STILL RINGS:
  1. Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE) 15.425
  2. Samir Ait Said (FRA) 15.125
  3. Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues (FRA) 15.075
  4. Federico Molinari (ARG) 15.050
  5. Markku Vahtila (FIN) 14.900
  6. Dennis Goosens (BEL) 14.750
  7. Tommy Ramos (PUR) 14.575
  8. Ibrahim Colak (TUR) 13.425

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