Jesolo Results and A Few Videos
In the senior competition, the USA won the team title and took the top 4 places in the all around with Maroney, Wieber, Raisman and Douglas. Italy was second, lead by new senior Carlotta Ferlito, who picked up her high score of 14.25 on beam. The Russian team, primarily made up of their reserve team, was third, lead by Yulia Belokobilskaya who took seventh in the all around.
Maroney was certainly the surprise of the competition, beating Wieber for the senior title after Wieber fell on floor. She has done some upgrading on bars and beam since nationals and is looking like she might be worth more to a world team than just one vault. From the results, it looks like Wieber fell on floor and made some mistakes on bars. Raisman appears to have had a bit of a rough floor routine. Bridgette Caquatto finished sixth all around competing in the mixed group and won the bars title.
In the junior division, the USA again won the team title and took the top four places all around with Ross, Kocian, Ohashi and Priessman. Priessman won vault with her amanar and it looks like Ross and possibly Price competed them as well (correction- Ross and Priessman got 9.65 and 9.6 execution scores on double twisting yurchenkos). Ross won beam with a 14.85 and Ohashi won floor with a 14.05. They tied for second on bars. Russia was third lead by Anastasia Grishina who finished fifth all around and won bars with a slightly downgraded routine. She upgraded vault to a double twisting yurchenko, but likely fell on beam and only scored 13.85 on floor (still enough for third place). Anastasia Sidorova was second on beam and floor with scores of 14.8 and 14.0. Italy was third as a team.