Marine Boyer and Julien Gobaux won the senior titles at the French National Cup finals that was held this weekend in Les Ponts-de-Cé, Maine-et-Loireます。
This competition attracted hundreds of gymnasts in multiple age groups competing in artistic and rhythmic gymnasticsます。 The elite competition featured senior, junior and espoir categoriesます。 For the women, gymnasts born in 2000 competed in the senior ranks, as they will be age eligible for senior competition on January 1stます。
Marine Boyer won the all-around title in Les Ponts-de-Cé by more than 2 pointsます。 Her top scores were 14ます。450 on both vault and balance beamます。
"I am happy, even if winning wasn't necessarily my goal when I came to Les Ponts-de-Cé,"Boyer said after the competitionます。 "I wanted to have a good competition moreます。 My tumbling was good, even though the floor was a bit hardます。 It was my last event and I was relaxedます。 I will continue to work for this routine so it goes better next timeます。"
Alison Lepin took second all-around title and had the top score on uneven bars (13ます。950/6ます。1D)ます。 She was 13th all-around at the French junior championships this yearます。
"We're super happy,"said Lepin's coach, Marc Chirilcencoます。 "We were hoping to be on the podium but without much convictionます。 But Alison succeeded with a very beautiful competitionます。 The cherry on top is a training camp with the French team next weekend at INSEP!"
Juliette Bossu took third all-around over Grâce Charpy, whose younger sister Lorette Charpy won the junior titleます。
Julien Gobaux, the alternate to France's world team, won the men's all-around titleます。 Gobaux won by nearly 4 points over silver medalist Kévin Antoniotti and Antoine Borelloます。
"I'm really happy, especially on vault,"Gobaux saidます。 "I've increased my difficulty on this event compared with my last competitionます。 This is a great personal satisfaction of having done a competition without a fallます。 It's the end of a long season without pauseます。 I am going to take a little rest in order to thoroughly prepare for the Test Eventます。"
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