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Fulp-Allen wins bronze at German Grand Prix in Dormagen, Germany May 19-20
Katherine Fulp-Allen (Colorado Springs, Colo./New York AC) won a bronze medal at the German Grand Prix in Dormagen, Germany, May 19-20, at 55 kg/121 lbs.
Fulp-Allen went 3-1 and pulled off a final win in the bronze medal match against Eva Sauer of Germany for third place. Other wins were against Balz Kurmetzhanova of Kazakhstan and Katsaryna Hanchar of Belarus.
Fulp-Allen recently placed second at the 2013 U.S. Open and was a World University champion in 2008.
Also competing for the United States was Candace Workman (Colorado Springs, Colo./OTC) at 48 kg/105.5 lbs., who had a 1-1 record, defeating Fiona Robertson of Scotland but falling to Sumeyya Sezer of Turkey.
Team USA also brought Erin Clogdo (Colorado Springs, Colo./Sunkist Kids) at 63 kg/138.75 lbs., who lost to Mariana Sastin of Hungary in the first match.
Team Canada took home the most gold medals at three, with champions Jillian Gallays at 55 kg, Braxton Stone at 59 kg and Stacie Anaka at 67 kg.
Belarus also boasted two champions, Viktorya Shauchuk at 44 kg and Vasilisa Marzaliuk at 72 kg.
Other winners in Germany were Elena Vostrikova of Russia at 48 kg, Kristina Yalovenko of Kazakhstan at 51 kg and Elif Yesilirmak of Turkey at 63 kg.
GERMAN GRAND PRIX
At Dormagen, Germany, May 19-20
U.S. Women’s Freestyle Performances
48 kg/105.5 lbs. – Candace Workman, Colorado Springs, Colo. (OTC), DNP
WIN Fiona Robertson (Scotland)
LOSS Sumeyya Sezer (Turkey)
55 kg/121 lbs. – Katherine Fulp-Allen, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC), 3rd place
WIN Balz Kurmetzhanova (Kazakhstan)
WIN Katsaryna Hanchar (Belarus)
LOSS Jillian Gallys (Canada)
WIN Eva Sauer (Gemany)
63 kg/138.75 – Erin Clodgo, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sunkist Kids), DNP
LOSS Mariana Sastin (Hungary)
Gold – Viktorya Shauchuk of Belarus
Silver - Fatsima Sidakova of Belarus
Bronze - Jane Schmieder of Saxony
4th - Annika Schmidt of Germany
Gold – Elena Vostrikova of Russia
Silver – Valeriya Chepsarakova of Russia
Bronze – Milana Dadasheva of Russia
Bronze – Jaqueline Schellin of Germany
5th – Natasha Kramble of Canada
5th – Ekaterina Poleshchuk of Russia
Gold – Kristina Yalovenko of Kazakhstan
Silver – Jessica McDonald of Canada
Bronze – Burcu Kebic of Turkey
Bronze – Mélanie Lesaffre of France
5th – Nina Inhibitors of Germany
5th – Iryna Kurachkina of Belarus
Gold – Jillian Gallays of Canada
Silver – Olga Khoroshavtseva of Russia
Bronze – Katherine Fulp-Allen of USA
Bronze – Natallia Kauzubova of Belarus
5th – Nicole Hauptmann of Saxony
5th – Eva Sauer of Germany
Gold – Braxton Stone of Canada
Silver – Zhargalma Tcyrenova of Russia
Bronze – Hafize Sahin of Turkey
Bronze – Anzhela Titenko of Russia
5th – Nadzeya Mikhalkova of Belarus
5th – Maite Piva of France
Gold – Elif Yesilirmak of Turkey
Silver – Anastasiya Huchok of Belarus
Bronze – Justine Bouchard of Canada
Bronze – Marianna Sastin of Hungary
5th – Buse Tousun of Turkey
5th – Nadine Weinauge of Germany
Gold – Stacie Anaka of Canada
Silver – Svetlana Babuskina of Russia
Bronze – Iuliia Bartnovskaya of Russia
Bronze – Kristine Odrina-Urbova of Latvia
5th – Aline Jibs of Germany
5th – Sarah Jones of Scotland
Gold – Vasilisa Marzaliuk of Belarus
Silver – Svetlana Saenko of Moldova
Bronze – Leah Callahan of Canada
Bronze – Tatiana Morozova of Russia
5th – Yasemin Adar of Turkey
5th – Gulmaral Yerkebayeva of Kazakhstan