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2013 Stuttgart World Cup
Stuttgart logo
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City

Stuttgart, Germany

Dates

November 29-December 1

Team Gold Medalist

China

All-Around Gold Medalist

Elizabeth Price (USA)

Preceded by

2013 Osijek World Cup

Succeeded by

2013 Glasgow World Cup

The 2013 Stuttgart World Cup, also known as the EnBW Turn-WeltCup, will be held from November 29 to December 1 in Stuttgart, Germany.

Format of Competition

The Stuttgart World Cup differed from the others, as it involved a team competition separate from the all-around. All three competitions (team qualifications, individual all-around, and team final) were each held on one day.

Competition Schedule

November 29 Team Qualifications
November 30 All-Around
December 1 Team Final

List of Competitors


Russia's Aliya Mustafina was set to compete in the individual competition,[1] but withdrew.[2] She was later named to Russia's team for the Team Challenge.[3]

Results

Team

Gold Silver Bronze
Flag of China China

Yao Jinnan
Tan Sixin
Tan Jiaxin
Huang Huidan

Flag of Russia Russia

Aliya Mustafina
Tatiana Nabieva
Anna Rodionova
Ekaterina Kramarenko

Flag of Germany Germany 1

Kim Bui
Pia Tolle
Michelle Timm
Sophie Scheder

Individual

Rank Athlete Country Total
1st Elizabeth Price Flag of the United States of America USA 58.032
2nd Larisa Iordache Flag of Romania ROU 57.998
3rd Vanessa Ferrari Flag of Italy ITA 56.866
4 Giulia Steingruber Flag of Switzerland SUI 56.699
5 Ruby Harrold Flag of Great Britain GBR 55.099
6 Carlotta Ferlito Flag of Italy ITA 54.199
7 Elisabeth Seitz Flag of Germany GER 53.866
8 Briannah Tsang Flag of Canada CAN 50.132

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