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Euro's Results: The Qualifications

Qualification results are in from day two of the European Championships. Lots of surprises and upstarts.

Aliya Mustafina had a fantastic bar routine and floor exercise and vault, the beam was a shaky event for her and she allegedly fell twice. She qualified for the all-around in fourth behind Anastasia Grishina and beating out Ksenia Afanaseyva due to the two per country rule. Aliya qualified first for the uneven bars final ahead of   Britain's Rebecca Downie who came in second.

Ksenia Afanaseyva did not make the all-around, but she did qualify in first for the floor final. Maria Paseka beat out Anastasia Grishina for the bars final and she qualified behind Giulia Steingruber in second for the vault final.

Larisa Iordache qualified in first for the all-around and teammate Diana Bulimar came in second. They both qualified for the floor final.

For full results, visit:http://www.gymnasticsresults.com/euro/2013/moscow.html

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