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2005 Cottbus World Cup
Cottbus 05
Official poster

City

Cottbus, Germany

Dates

March 24-26

Vault Gold Medalist

Laís Souza (BRA)

Uneven Bars Gold Medalist

Fan Ye (CHN)

Balance Beam Gold Medalist

Yulia Lozchenko (RUS)

Floor Exercise Gold Medalist

Monica Mesalles (ESP)

Preceded by

2004 Birmingham World Cup Final

Succeeded by

2005 Sao Paolo World Cup

The 2005 Cottbus World Cup, also called 29th Turnier der Meister, took place on March 18-20 in Cottbus, Germany.

List of Participants

  • Alyssa Brown - Canada
  • Kim Bui - Germany
  • Oksana Chusovitina - Uzbekistan
  • Danielle Englert - Switzerland
  • Tina Erceg - Croatia
  • Fan Ye - China
  • Vered Finkel - Israel
  • Lucie Gellertova - Czech Republic
  • Tania Gener - Spaing
  • Tania Gratt - Germany
  • Jessica Jans - Belgium
  • Julia Kamnar - Slovenia
  • Iryna Krasnyanska - Ukraine
  • Joanna Litewka - Poland
  • Adi Lorenz - Israel
  • Yulia Lozchenko - Russia
  • Sandra Mayer - Austria
  • Monica Mesalles - Spain
  • Patricia Moreno - Spain
  • Veronika Ozanova - Czech Republic
  • Anna Pavlova - Russia
  • Annika Pfeffer - Germany
  • Marta Pihan-Kulesza - Poland
  • Ana Paula Rodrigues - Brazil
  • Jana Sikulova - Czech Republic
  • Laís Souza - Brazil
  • Linda Stampfli - Switzerland
  • Nicolina Tankoucheva - Bulgaria
  • Yang Yahong - China
  • Wang Tiantian - China
  • Bojana Vrscaj - Slovenia
  • Jelena Zanevskaja - Lithuania 
  • Darya Zgoba - Ukraine

Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Vault Flag of Brazil Laís Souza
Brazil (BRA)
Flag of Russia Anna Pavlova
Russia (RUS)
Flag of China Wang Tiantian
China (CHN)
Uneven Bars Flag of ChinaFan Ye
China (CHN)
Flag of Russia Yulia Lozchenko
Russia (RUS)
Flag of Germany Tania Gener
Germany (GER)
Balance Beam Flag of Russia Yulia Lozchenko
Russia (RUS)
Flag of Russia Anna Pavlova
Russia (RUS)
Flag of China Fan Ye
China (CHN)
Floor Exercise Flag of Spain Monica Mesalles
Spain (ESP)
Flag of Brazil Laís Souza
Brazil (BRA)
Flag of Switzerland Linda Stampfli
Switzerland (SUI)

Medal Count

Rank Country Gold-medal Silver-medal Bronze-medal Total
1 Flag of Russia Russia 1 3 0 4
2 Flag of China China 1 0 2 3
3 Flag of Brazil Brazil 1 1 0 2
4 Flag of Spain Spain 1 0 0 1
5 Flag of Germany Germany 0 0 1 1
6 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 0 0 1 1

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