All Around the World
Lukenchuk 84.10; 5. Anderson Loran 83.10; 6. Jason
Scott 81.95; 7. Tariq Dowers 81.10; 8. Robert Watson 80.85; 9. Bobby Kriangkum 77.85; 10. Liam
Hawkins 76.90; 11. Benjamin Poiret 74.90; 12.
Matthieu D’Amour 74.35.
Jr. AA (2-day total): 1. Mathieu Csukassy 164.25 2.
Simon Porter 159.65; 3. Kal Nemier 155.80; 4.
Zachary Clay 154.95; 5. Curtis Graves 154.85; 6.
Scott Nabata 151.20.
HYPOLITO, SASAKI WIN BRAZILIAN
Three-time Olympian Daniele Hypolito and
Sergio Sasaki won the women’s and men’s all-around titles, respectively, at the Brazilian Trophy held June 2-5 in Brasilia.
Finishing second to the 26-year-old Hypolito
was Adrian Gomes, who turned 21 on April 5.
Gomes, who placed fifth at the same competition
last year, was a member of Brazil’s 10th-place
team at the 2010 world championships in Rotterdam. Also last year she placed fourth on vault
at the World Cup of Ghent, and 18th all-around,
fifth on vault and third with her team at the Pan
American championships in Guadalajara.
2003 world floor exercise champion Daiane
dos Santos competed on three events ( 41. 25,
no balance beam) in her return to competition
following a doping suspension and injury. Jade
Barbosa, the ’07 world all-around co-bronze
medalist, performed on three events ( 31. 45, no
Women’s AA: 1. Daniele Hypolito 55.60; 2. Adrian
Gomes 52.55; 3. Gabriela Soares 52.15; 4(t). Priscila
Cabello, Ana da Silva 51.25; 6. Lorrane Santos 51.00.
Men’s AA: 1. Sergio Sasaki 88.55; 2. Diego Hypolito
86.20; 3. Pericles da Silva 85.10; 4. Petrix Barbosa
84.40; 5. Mosiah Rodrigues 83.55; 6. Arthur Mariano
“We have a small
most of all I think
it is hard to be a
coach in Canada
because most of
the gyms there
don’t receive funding for high-per-formance sport.”
• Joe Schabacker/USA: Schabacker, a native
of Philadelphia, died on June 17 in Chandler,
Ariz. He was 91. Schabacker competed at Temple University from 1938-43, and served as
President of the U.S. Sports Acrobatics Federation from 1975-93. He received his M.B.A. and
Ph.D. from UCLA, and was a Colonel in the
U.S. Marine Corps with 33 years of service.
After his competitive gymnastics career, Schabacker was a gymnastics judge for 24 years.
He is survived by his wife of 18 years, Jerilyn,
six children, seven grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. His first wife, Dorothy Mae
Smith, preceded him in death. In lieu of flowers,
donations can be made to the Goldwater Chapter, ROA, Jr/Sr ROTC, 5302 E. Wonderview
Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85018, or ASU Men’s Gymnastics Team, 50 S. Hearthstone Way, Chandler,
• Karl Frei/SUI: Frei, who won the 1948
Olympic gold on rings, died on June 18. He was
94, and the oldest living Swiss Olympic champion.
• Paul Hamm/USA: Hamm, the 2004