Japan conquers the first gold medal at Guadalajara WC

Ekaterina Selezneva and Polina Khonina shares the gold medals during Guadalajara Event finals. Anastasya Serdyukova from Uzbekistan conquers two silver medals with clubs and ribbon, while Alina Harnasko is silver medalist with hoop and bronze with clubs.

Kaho Minagawa (JPN) with hoop, Viktoria Mazur (UKR) with clubs and Julia Evchik (BLR) with ribbon collect the bronze medal at the second world cup challenge in Guadalajara.

Japanese group receives 18.600 with 5 hoops, the score that let them conquer their first world cup gold medal under the new Code of points. Silver medal for Belarus follows Ukraine. While Russia takes gold with 2 ropes and 3 balls, silver goes to Ukraine and Japan takes the bronze.

Hoop
1. Ekaterina Selezneva RUS 17.800
2. Alina Harnasko BLR 17.200
3. Kaho Minagawa JPN 17.050
4. Sabina Tashkenbaeva UZB 16.200
5. Sabina Ashirbayeva KAZ 15.600
6. Anastasiya Serdyukova UZB 15.300
7. Victoria Filanovsky ISR 14.600
8. Polina Khonina RUS 14.400

Ball
1. Polina Khonina RUS 18.400
2. Ekaterina Selezneva RUS 18.050
3. Alina Harnasko BLR 18.000
4. Rong Shang CHN 16.200
5. Natalia Garcia ESP 16.100
6. Laura Zeng USA 15.650
7. Sabina Ashirbayeva KAZ 15.100
8. Yating Zhao CHN 13.600

5 hoops
1. JPN 18.600
2. BLR 18.350
3. UKR 18.350
4. RUS 17.700
5. CHN 17.700
6. FRA 16.450
7. SUI 15.350
8. USA 14.600

Clubs
1. Polina Khonina RUS 18.050
2. Anastasia Serdyukova UZB 16.600
3. Viktoria Mazur UKR 16.400
4. Victoria Filanovsky ISR 16.150
5. Julia Evchik BLR 15.450
6. Alina Harnasko BLR 15.400
7. Sabina Ashirbayeva KAZ 15.400
8. Sumire Kita JPN 14.650

Ribbon
1. Ekaterina Selezneva RUS 17.800
2. Anastasia Serdyukova UZB 16.800
3. Julia Evchik BLR 16.700
4. Polina Khonina RUS 16.350
5. Laura Zeng USA 15.900
6. Natalia Garcia ESP 15.800
7. Sabina Ashirbayeva KAZ 15.050
8. Kaho Minagawa JPN 14.700

3 Balls 2 Ropes
1. Russia 18.850
2. Ukraine 18.350
3. Japan 18.300
4. Belarus 17.150
5. Switzerland 15.350
6. China 15.300
7. France 12.200
8. Spain 9.650