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Ebee Price and John Orozco to Attend Glasgow and Stuttgart Cups.

2012 Olympic Alternate, Elizabeth "Ebee" Price is making a comeback to the international scene.

Yesterday, USA Gymnastics announced that Ebee will attend the Glasgow and Stuttgart World Cup events for the second year in a row.

Ebee also attended both the Glasgow and Stuttgart World Cups last year and dominated the competition. She won one meet by over 2 points and the other by over 4. Ebee was nominated to the American Cup earlier this year, but withdrew after an injury.

She came back at the P&G Championships in August, only competing bars and vault. This is exciting news for Ebee. She'll be able to gain some more international experience and hopefully make the world's team next year and dominate!

Joining Ebee will be John Orozco, who also came back after tearing his ACL while performing on the   Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions. John won the bronze medal on the parallel bars at the World Championships in Antwerp. He was originally named as an alternate, but when Danell Leyva withdrew due to a shoulder injury, one man's misfortune turned into another man's shot of glory.

The Stuttgart World Cup, held in where else, Germany, is being held on the first of December and the Glasgow World Cup will follow a week later on December 7, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Imagine that).

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