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Weekend Update: Bailie Key Wins At Jesolo... Again.. Norah Flately's International Debut

The latest news coming from the City of Jesolo Trophy is young Bailie Key once again was the triumphant leader.

She didn't win everything this time. Young Bailie took the silver medal on the beam in the junior event finals after an upset when the very young Norah Flately proved her worth as goddess of the Balance Beam with a shiny first place trophy.

The USA girls scored another first place finish in the team competition.

Kyla Ross took the all-around title in the senior competition and took two silver medals for bars and floor.

MyKayla Skinner took home two golds for vault and floor.

The lone non-American event winner was first year senior out of Romania, Andreea Munteanu, who won beam with a beautiful beam routine with a standing full ala Larisa Iordache.

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