International Gymnast Magazine blogged about the event on facebook.Senior All Around:1. Marine Brevet FRA 55.250
2. Brandy Jay GKs/USA 54.200
3. Briley Casanova 54.150
4. Sophia Lee WOGA/USA
5. Anysia Unick Calgary/CAN
6. Madeline Gardiner Cambridge Kips/CAN
7. Mira Boumejmajen FRA
8. Brenda Areli Medina Gym Areba/MEX
Junior All Around
1. Katelyn Ohashi WOGA/USA 56.850
2. Madison Kocian WOGA/USA 56.600
3. Arianna Guerra Stars-TX/USA 55.400
4. Mackenzie Brannan Capital-TX/USA
5. Victoria Moors Cambridge Kips/CAN
6. Lizzy LeDuc WOGA/USA
7. Anne Kuhn FRA
Katelyn Ohashi showed upgrades on beam and floor. On beam, she competed a standing arabian, layout full (nailed, apparently), and a piked full in dismount for a 15.9. Her difficulty score is probably one of the highest in the world right now, and she’s only 13! She compted a front layout+double front combination on floor (sat down, unfortunately), and warmed up a 2 1/2+front 1/1 combination. She was seen training a 2 1/2+rudi combination, so hopefully that will make it into her routine sometime.
Madison Kocian competed a shaposhnikova 1/2 for the first time- hopefully this will show up in the routines of other WOGA gymnasts. Jordyn Wieber competed a weiler kip+weiler kip 1/2 combination- maybe someday she will compete a weiler kip 1/1, which would be named after her. She also competed a 2 1/2 twist dismount on beam, which is a downgrade from her current dismount but might lead to an upgrade. Ivana Hong who is returning from an injury ended up not competing.
I will post a more detailed blog entry when there are videos of the event available. Overall, it seems like it was a great first meet of the year for many of these gymnasts.