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She's BACK! Elizabeth Price Repeats her Win in Stuttgart

She's back!

This weekend,  USA 2012 Olympic Alternate, Elizabeth Price successfully defended her title at the Stuttgart Cup, which she won last year, just edging out Romania's Larisa Iordache with an All-Around total of 58.032 to Larisa's 57.998. Coming in third was Italy's Vanessa Ferrari with an all-around total of 56.866.

Elizabeth "Ebee" won the title last year and had been dealing with injuries that kept her from competing in international assignments. She returned to competition at the P&G National Championships and was later named as a non-traveling alternate to the World Championship team this year.

Ebee started off with the return of her Amanar, which is still superb! Beautiful form in the air and only a small step forward on her landing.

She finished her night with a great floor routine that included a sky high double layout. Afterwards, she fields hugs from her competitors.

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