2012 men's J.O. National Championships Results

Cincinnati, Ohio -- Donnell Whittenburg of Baltimore Md./Ultimate Gymnastics and Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee, Wis./Swiss Turners won the Level 10 all-around titles at the 2012 Men's Junior Olympic National Championships at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Whittenburg was the champion in the 16-18 age group while Kimble won in the 14-15 age group. Below are the champions for Levels 9 and 10.

Level 10 (16-18)
All-Around top 6:
1 Donnell Whittenburg, Ultimate Gym - MD - 88.800 / 88.750 - 177.550
2 Trevor Howard, Hocking Valley - 88.900 / 88.300 - 177.200
3 Akash Modi, Monmouth Gymnastics - 87.850 / 88.700 - 176.550
4 Timothy Wang, South Coast - 88.550 / 87.550 - 176.100
5 Dmitri Belanovski, Swiss Turners - 88.350 / 87.450 - 175.800
6 Joey Peters, Parkettes - 87.750 / 86.800 - 174.550

Floor Exercise - Trevor Howard, Columbus, Ohio/Hocking Valley - 15.600
Pommel Horse - Timothy Wang, Riverside, Calif/South Coast Gymnastics - 14.750
Still Rings - Whittenburg - 15.400
Vault - Howard - 16.850 
Parallel Bars - Howard - 15.100
High Bar - Kevin Wolting, Laguna Hills, Calif./Azarian - 14.700

Level 10 (14-15)
All-Around top 6:
1 Marvin Kimble, Milwaukee, Wis./Swiss Turners - 89.550 / 86.750 - 176.300
2 622 David Jessen Rise Gymnastics 85.700 86.850 172.550
3 117 Bobby Baker Aerial 86.250 85.600 171.850
4 267 Hunter Justus Cypress Academy 87.250 84.300 171.550
5 623 Kiwan Watts River City 86.950 84.150 171.100
6 108 Yul Moldauer 5280 Gymnastics 88.550 82.500 171.050

Floor Exercise - Colin VanWicklen, Magnolia, Texas/Cypress Academy - 15.200
Pommel Horse - Alex Yoder, Indianapolis, Ind./Indy School of Gymnastics - 14.350
Still Rings - Josiah Eng, New Berlin, Wis./Swiss Turners - 15.750
Vault - Kiwan Watts, N. Chesterfield, Va./River City - 16.200
Parallel Bars - Kimble - 14.850
High Bar - Kimble - 14.800

Level 9 (12-13)
All Around top 6:
1 Cameron Bock, SCATS - 83.150 / 79.950 - 163.100
2 Matthew Wenske, Cypress Academy - 80.650 / 82.150 - 162.800
3 Davis Grooms, Champions - TX 80.050 / 81.850 - 161.900
4 Tanner Justus, Cypress Academy - 81.800 / 79.400 - 161.200
5 Maxim Andryushenko, Lakeshore Academy 80.600 / 79.950 - 160.550
6 Favian Valdez, U.S. Gymnastics - 81.000 / 79.400 - 160.400

All-Around - Cameron Bock, Tustin, Calif./SCATS - 163.100
Floor Exercise - Bock - 14.300
Pommel Horse - Brandon Ngai, Sacramento, Calif./Byers Elk Grove - 14.000
Still Rings - Davis Grooms, Katy, Texas/Champions - 13.850
Vault - Joel Diaz, Cypress, Texas/Cypress Academy - 15.200
Parallel Bars - Bock - 14.200
High Bar - Tommy Mistretta, San Ramon, Calif./WCOGA - 13.350

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