Newly crowned world champion Olga Kapranova of Russia won the individual all-around title at the Aeon Cup world club rhythmic gymnastics championships Sunday.
Kapranova, who won the world title in Baku, Azerbaijan earlier this month, collected a total of 64.900 points with solid performances in all four exercises — the rope, the ball, the clubs and the ribbon — at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.
The 17-year-old earned 16.775 points in the ball for the highest mark in any individual disciplines.
Russia’s Vera Sesina took second with 63.450, followed by Ukraine’s Anna Bessonova with 62.575.
In the team event, Gazprom of Russia outscored Deriugina School of Ukraine 184.125 to 173.325 in the final to claim its ninth victory in the annual competition while extending its winning streak to seven years.
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