2011 European Acrobatic Championships – More Results & Photos

On the second day of finals at the 2011 European Acrobatic Gymnastics Championships in Varna (BUL), the top nations still dominated the field.

In the junior division, Belgium won gold with the women’s pair and mixed pair – Nicolas Vleeshouwers and Laure de Pryck got (one of ?) the highest execution scores: 9.400. Russia took the title with the men’s group, Great Britain won with the men’s pair and Belarus with the women’s group. Silver and bronze medals also went to these nations and Ukraine and Bulgaria.

detailed results: mixed pair junior – static / women’s group junior – static / men’s pair junior – dynamic / men’s group junior – dynamic / women’s pair junior – dynamic

Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Great Britain shared the gold medals in the senior division. Ukraine won with the men’s group, Belarus with the mixed pair after the Russian pair (Revaz Gurgenidze and Tatiana Okulova) had to take some steps on their balance elements), Great Britain took the title with the men’s pair (Spelbound’s Edward Upcott and Adam Mcassey won their second gold at the Championships). And Russia dominated the women’s group and women’s pair final. In addition, Ukraine won four bronze medals and Portugal surprisingly ended up on the podium (third place) with the mixed pair.

detailed results: mixed pair – static / women’s group – static / men’s pair – dynamic / men’s group – dynamic / women’s pair – dynamic


Click here to watch today’s grand final with the combined routines!

And there were also some excellent new photos uploaded!

Belgium juniors Nicolas Vleeshouwers and Laure de Pryck - second gold

Russia's Revaz Gurgenidze and Tatiana Okulova - "only" silver

juniors Maryna Samkevich and Darya Nestsiaruk (BLR) - bronze medal

Adam Mcassey and Edward Upcott (GBR) on top of the podium

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