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2013 Swiss Cup Zürich
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Official logo

City

Zürich, Switzerland

Venue

Hallenstadion

Date

November 3

Team Gold Medalist

Larisa Iordache & Andrei Muntean (ROU)

Preceded by

2012 Swiss Cup Zürich

Succeeded by

2014 Swiss Cup Zürich

The 2013 Swiss Cup Zürich was held on November 3 at the Hallenstadion in Zürich, Switzerland.

Competition Format

This competition differed greatly from other elite meets, as the gymnasts competed in rounds, not rotations. The competition is a pairs competition, where a male and female gymnast form a team. There are three rounds of competition: preliminaries, semi-finals, and finals. The gymnasts in each team compete one right after the other, and the team total is based on their combined scores. Each team can choose which event they would like to compete in each round, with some restrictions. In the final round, the four remaining teams start from scratch, and build their scores from zero. The team with the highest total is declared the winner.

List of Competitors

Russia's Maria Paseka was originally slated to compete, but pulled out due to lingering back problems. She was replaced by Iordache.[1]

Results

Round 1 Round 2 Semi-Final Final
Flag of Canada CAN
Maegan Chant
Kevin Lytvyn
Flag of Romania ROU
Larisa Iordache
Andrei Muntean
Flag of Switzerland SUI 1
Giulia Steingruber
Claudio Capelli
Flag of Romania ROU
Larisa Iordache
Andrei Muntean
Flag of China CHN
Shang Chunsong
Zhang Chenglong
Flag of China CHN
Shang Chunsong
Zhang Chenglong
Flag of Romania ROU
Larisa Iordache
Andrei Muntean
Flag of Germany GER
Elisabeth Seitz
Fabian Hambüchen
Flag of France FRA
Manon Cormoreche
Arnaud Willig
Flag of Germany GER
Elisabeth Seitz
Fabian Hambüchen
Flag of Germany GER
Elisabeth Seitz
Fabian Hambüchen
Flag of Switzerland SUI 1
Giulia Steingruber
Claudio Capelli
Flag of Germany GER
Elisabeth Seitz
Fabian Hambüchen
Flag of Switzerland SUI 1
Giulia Steingruber
Claudio Capelli
Flag of Canada CAN
Maegan Chant
Kevin Lytvyn
Flag of Ukraine UKR
Angelina Kysla
Oleg Verniaiev
Flag of Great Britain GBR
Raer Theaker
Reiss Beckford
Flag of Ukraine UKR
Angelina Kysla
Oleg Verniaiev
Flag of Switzerland SUI 2
Ilaria Kaeslin
Oliver Hegi
Flag of Italy ITA
Chiara Gandolfi
Paolo Principi
Flag of Italy ITA
Chiara Gandolfi
Paolo Principi
Flag of Ukraine UKR
Angelina Kysla
Oleg Verniaiev
Flag of Romania ROU
Larisa Iordache
Andrei Muntean
Flag of Great Britain GBR
Raer Theaker
Reiss Beckford
Flag of Great Britain GBR
Raer Theaker
Reiss Beckford
Flag of Switzerland SUI 1
Giulia Steingruber
Claudio Capelli
Flag of Canada CAN
Maegan Chant
Kevin Lytvyn
Flag of Italy ITA
Chiara Gandolfi
Paolo Principi
Flag of Switzerland SUI 2
Ilaria Kaeslin
Oliver Hegi
Flag of France FRA
Manon Cormoreche
Arnaud Willig
Flag of Ukraine UKR
Angelina Kyslaa
Oleg Verniaiev
Flag of Switzerland SUI 2
Ilaria Kaeslin
Oliver Hegi

Notable Moments

  • The German and Swiss teams tied for second place in the final. A tie-breaker was induced, awarding the silver medal to the German team and the bronze medal to the Swiss team.

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