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Elizabeth Price wins World Cup all-around title

2012 Olympic team alternate Elizabeth Price of Coopersburg, Pa./Parkettes National Gymnastics Center, won the all-around title at the World Cup in Stuttgart, Germany today with a score of 58.098.

Price scored a 15.733 on vault, 14.933 on uneven bars, 13.166 on balance beam and a 14.266 on floor exercise to win the all-around title over Elisabeth Seitz of Germany who scored a 55.566. Giulia Steingruber of Switzerland finished third with a score of 55.565.

2012 Olympic all-around bronze-medalist Danell Leyva of Miami/Team Hilton HHonors (Universal Gymnastics), will compete in the men’s competition on Sunday.

The event’s official website is www.dtbpokal.de, and live commentary on the competition will be available at www.dtb-liveticker.de in German.

One week later, the Price and Leyva will compete in the World Cup event in Glasgow, Scotland, Dec. 8.

Final standings for the women:

  1. Price, Elizabeth (USA) – 58.098
  2. Seitz, Elisabeth (GER) – 55.566
  3. Steingruber, Giulia (SUI) – 55.565
  4. Bui, Kim (GER) – 55.165
  5. Ferrari, Vanessa (ITA) – 54.065
  6. Tunney, Rebecca (GBR) – 53.832
  7. Goryunova, Kristina (RUS) – 52.232
  8. Rippin, Niahm (GBR) – 50.065

In Glasgow, both men’s and women’s all-around are scheduled for Dec. 8 at the National Indoor Sports Arena. Both of these events are part of the International Gymnastics Federation’s all-around World Cup series, which also includes the AT&T American Cup.