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Listunova Claims Victory in Floor Exercise at Belarus Championships

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Moscow, April 14 – Russian gymnast Victoria Listunova became the winner of the Belarusian Open Cup in vault and floor exercise.
The Artistic Gymnastics Championship was held in Minsk. Listunova’s score in the vault is 13.933 points. The second and third places were taken by the Russians – Alena Shklokova (13.833) and Maria Agafonova (12.833).
On floor exercises, Listunova earned 14.766 points. The second was the Russian Leila Vasilievna (14.133), the third – the Russian Alina Glotova (13.966).
In men’s floor exercises, the Russian Daniil Marinov (14.500) won the result, and the Belarusian Igor Sharamkov showed the second result (14.250), while another representative of Belarus, Yaroslav Krutov (13.600), took the third place.

Results in other types:

Different bars for ladies
1 – Arina Semokhina (Russia) – 14.666;
2 – Leila Vasilyeva (Russia) – 14 266;
3- Victoria Listunova (Russia) – 13,966.
Women, record
1 – Maria Agafonova (Russia) – 14,700;
2 – Elena Gerasimova (Russia) – 14,566;
3 – Vladislava Urazova (Russia) – 14,200.
Guys, horse
1 – Nikita Andronov (Russia) – 14,200;
2 – Nikita Parfenovich (Belarus) – 13,900;

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3- Kirill Prokopiev (Russia) – 13,575.
Guys, the rings
1 – Victor Kalyuzin (Russia) – 14,750;
2 – Alexei Usachev (Russia) – 14,200;
3- Muhammedjon Yakubov (Russia) – 13,700.
men’s vault
1 – Igor Sharamkov (Belarus) – 14,688;
2 – Ivan Zavrichko (Russia) – 14.475;
3- Alexei Usachev (Russia) – 14.425.
man, rods
1 – Daniel Marinov (Russia) – 14,550;
2 – Victor Kalyuzin (Russia) – 14.350;
3 – Sergey Naidin (Russia) – 12,600.
men, casual
1 – Kirill Gashkov (Russia) – 13 800;
2 – Muhammedzhon Yakupov (Russia) – 13,600;
3 – Sergey Naidin (Russia) – 13,600.
Earlier in April, FIG President Morinari Watanabe said he would protect the right of non-FIG Russian and Belarusian athletes to participate in international competitions. The International Federation of Football Associations (FIG) will discuss the recommendations of the IOC Executive Committee (IOC) regarding the admission of athletes to international competitions at the May meeting of the Executive Committee.

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