The Dismount: Week Six

While not quite as wild as past weekends, week six’s slate of competition was anything but boring. Some teams tested depth and gave their stars a rest while others broke records and put up season-best performances. But we didn’t expect you to catch it all. Study up on what you might have missed with recaps of the top 15 teams, events winners and highlights from the weekend’s meets.

No. 33 North Carolina at No. 1 Oklahoma
Full Results OU: 198.15 UNC: 195.75
VT: Jackson, Nichols, 9.925 UB: Lehrmann, Nichols, 9.95 BB: Nichols, 10.000 FX: Dowell, Webb, 9.95 AA: Nichols, 39.675

The Sooners retained their No. 1 ranking this week with a season high and their third consecutive 198 score. Starting just under 198-pace on vault, Alex Mark made her season debut. Beam continues to be Oklahoma’s signature event, with no score lower than a 9.85 and a 10.000 from Maggie Nichols. Brenna Dowell performed an exhibition on beam, displaying Oklahoma’s depth and making Dowell fans excited for a potential all around debut for the junior. With a possible routine from Dowell, and Natalie Brown’s pending return, the Sooners have eight routines that could all not only make lineups, but score 9.900s. Floor remains Oklahoma’s weak point, at least relatively speaking. Both Nichols and AJ Jackson stepped out of bounds, holding the event total down by a few tenths. UNC also had a solid meet, scoring a season-high total. The Tar Heels’ performance was highlighted by Morgan Lane’s strong all around competition, which included a 9.950 on beam, as well as Khazia Hislop’s three solid scores. Beam and floor were strengths, with five 9.875+ scores across both events.

No. 17 Arizona State at No. 2 Utah
Full Results Utah: 197.075 ASU: 195.400
VT: Skinner 9.900 UB: Skinner 9.925 BB: Skinner 9.900 FX: Skinner 9.950 AA: Skinner 39.675
  • Utah’s Sydney Soloski did not compete due to suffering a broken nose in practice this week.

It wasn’t one of Utah’s best nights, but it still managed to score above 197 to comfortably win over Arizona State. Sophomore Mykayla Skinner had a stellar night and won every event and the all around. She helped the Utes particularly on floor after they were forced to count a 9.650 from Reinstadtler after a fall from Macey Roberts. Kari Lee proved she belonged in the all around conversation alongside Skinner and MaKenna Merrell-Giles, hitting all her events for a 39.425. With Nichelle Christopherson’s injury last week, the Sun Devils have had to rework their lineups; junior Kaitlyn Szafranski filled in on bars while Morgan Hart came in on floor. They had a rough start on bars and had to count a mistake from Morgan Hart after a miss from Ashley Szafranski. They recovered well and finished strong on floor and beam, though. Junior transfer Anne Kuhm appeared to have found her footing in the all around as she led the team with a 39.225 to finish behind Utah’s Skinner and Lee.

No. 3 LSU at No. 24 Missouri
Full Results LSU: 197.150 Mo.: 196.375
VT: Edney, Hambrick 9.950 UB: Hambrick, Priessman 9.875 BB: Finnegan, Macadaeg 9.900 FX: Finnegan, Hambrick 9.975 AA: Hambrick 39.625

Although LSU won this battle of the Tigers, it didn’t come easily. LSU has been struggling with consistency this year and this competition was another that fit that theme. The meet for LSU was bookended by weak bars and beam rotations: sophomore Ashlyn Kirby stepped into the lineup for Ruby Harrold but overarched a handstand and fell. Sophomore Kennedi Edney remained in a position to hit after a fall, something she wasn’t able to achieve last week. The team earned a season high on vault, counting no scores below a 9.85. The 49.650 the Tigers put up on floor puts them second in the nation, with Kirby earning a season high 9.9 and Sarah Finnegan and Myia Hambrick getting close to perfect yet again with 9.975s. Mizzou had the opportunity to capitalize on their rivals performance in the first and final rotations—on vault, five of the six gymnasts scored above 9.825s and on floor senior Kennedi Harris earned a career high 9.95. Though LSU had the upperhand, Mizzou fought hard with season bests.

No. 4 UCLA at No. 29 California
Full Results UCLA: 197.750 Cal: 197.225
VT: Hall 9.950 UB: Lee, Ross 9.950 BB: Glenn, Ohashi 9.950 FX: Hall, Williams 9.900 AA: Williams 39.600
  • Cal matched its best beam total in program history (49.350).
  • UCLA’s redshirt freshman Anna Glenn made her collegiate competitive debut on vault.

As expected, UCLA used this meet to rest some of its top athletes on multiple events as we only saw Kyla Ross, Felicia Hano and Peng Peng Lee on one event each and Katelyn Ohashi on two. While the Bruins showcased some new routines on most events, they still came away with the win against Cal, putting up their best performance on bars in 2018, which was the only event with its typical lineup. Senior Pua Hall continued to master her Yurchenko one and a half, sticking it once again for a 9.950 and the event title. She also made her season debut on floor, which she won with a 9.900. The floor rotation wasn’t one of UCLA’s best in terms of landings, but it shouldn’t be a big surprise as once again some of the Bruins’ top performers were out of that lineup. Thanks to this performance and despite lacking some of its usual big scores, UCLA will move up to the No. 2 spot in the rankings, leapfrogging both LSU and Utah. Host team California had undoubtedly its best performance of the year so far and finally showed fans the team they have been waiting for all season. This 197.225 is only the fourth 197.000 or better in school history. The Bears hit 24 for 24 routines for the first time, and casually went from scoring in the mid 194s and low 195s to a 197.225. They hit all six routines on uneven bars, the event that’s been most problematic all season and were also were excellent on vault, posting their second-highest score on the event in school history. The records continued as they matched their highest balance beam score in program history. Senior Toni-Ann Williams continued to be outstanding across the board and won the all around with a 39.600, and freshman Kyana George put up her most complete performance of the year for a 39.400. This was an important performance for Cal as it will hit the road again next weekend and will want to show it can put up a solid showing away and that this performance was no fluke.

No. 9 Alabama at No. 5 Florida
Full Results UF: 197.850 Ala.: 197.075
VT: McMurtry 9.975 UB: McMurtry 9.950 BB: Guerrero 9.950 FX: Baker 10.000 AA: Boren 39.600
  • Freshman Alonza Klopfer (Ala.) made her collegiate debut on floor.

Florida continued its winning streak with another massive 197.850 against Alabama, who were also able to break the 197 barrier and gain a strong road score after a series of lackluster meets. The Gators were able to play with depth as sophomore Sierra Alexander remains out with an achilles injury and senior Kennedy Baker was rested on three of the four events. Grace McLaughlin made her season debut on balance beam, while Maegan Chant stepped in on vault with a solid 9.825. The final rotation on floor turned out to be the highlight for the Gators, not scoring below a 9.875, including a perfect 10 from Baker. The Tide was able to get its highest score of the season thanks to the all around debut of senior Kiana Winston for a 39.250, along with Alonza Klopfer’s collegiate debuting on floor. One of the memorable moments of the night came during the final rotation where transfer Peyton Ernst was able to score a career-best 9.900 on beam against her former team.

No. 13 Georgia at No. 6 Kentucky
Full Results UGA: 196.150 UK: 195.550
VT: Johnson 9.900 UB: Oakley 9.900 BB: Babalis, Hyland 9.875 FX: Snead 9.900 AA: Snead 39.400
  • Hayley Sanders (UGA) made her season debut on beam.

In a major upset, Georgia surpassed Kentucky to get its first road win of the season and continued to prove that despite its adversity, it’s a team that shouldn’t be counted out. Vault and beam were unusually weak links for the Wildcats. In the past few meets, they have proven themselves to be a team to look out for on vault, especially for sophomore Mollie Korth who has gotten close to perfect on her Yurchenko one and a half, and junior Alex Hyland who won the event last weekend over LSU. The biggest disappointment—and shocker—for the Wildcats was its third rotation on beam, where they scored an unusually low 48.275, counting three scores below a 9.800, including a fall. Georgia was able to capitalize where Kentucky was weakest, earning high scores on floor, such as Sydney Snead’s 9.900.

No. 40 Michigan State at No. 7 Michigan
Full Results UM: 197.250 MSU: 194.950
VT:  Townsend 9.900 UB: Brown, Shchennikova, Westney 9.875 BB: Farley, Shchennikova 9.925 FX: McLean 9.950 AA: Brown 39.400
  • Lauren Farley (UM) made her floor debut.

Michigan survived its first meet without Olivia Karas, which is an important step in making its case as a top team, even with her out for the season. The Wolverines used Lexi Funk in the all around and added Lauren Farley to floor to fill Karas’ vacant spots. Though those scores can’t match what they lost in Karas, every individual on the team stepped up and found extra tenths, especially on beam where the lineup was rock solid, save an uncharacteristic fall from Lauren Marinez in the anchor position. Paige Zaziski showed some nerves on bars, but came back for an excellent beam routine. Freshmen Syd Townsend and Farley both rose to the occasion and were solid, hitting 197 while Karas cheered from her wheelchair—doing upper body floor choreography along with her teammates. Questions remain, though: How will the Wolverines, already often shaky on the road, perform away from the Crisler Center without their leader? Michigan’s longevity as a top team hinges on that question. Maddy Osman, still out with a knee injury, may be a crucial piece moving forward. She was still in a brace but no longer on crutches on Saturday and could make a big impact, especially in a vault lineup that can dip into the 9.7s on occasion. Emma McLean performed exhibitions on bars and beam, so look for her as a potential all arounder in coming weeks.

Michigan State started this meet strong, with a solid bar rotation highlighted by Hailee Westney’s gorgeous anchor routine. On vault, the Spartans tied their season high where difficulty played a big factor. The Yurchenko fulls in the lineup have good amplitude, but they lead off with a Yurchenko layout (SV 9.75) and a handspring pike (SV 9.9). If the Spartans can upgrade those vaults, they will be much more competitive against top teams. In the second half, Michigan State showed some nerves. Though the Spartans had no major mistakes on floor, steps out of bounds and some low landings led to a rotation dominated by 9.7s. Beam is where things got especially dicey; the Spartans counted a fall and a very wobbly 9.725 routine from Westney. Overall, it was a respectable road performance, but moving forward the Spartans will want to be steadier on beam and cleaner on floor to make a push for a mid-195 score and keep pace with the other lower tier Big Ten teams.

No. 8 Nebraska at No. 36 Iowa
Full Results Neb.: 195.675 Iowa: 194.900
VT: Crouse 9.825 UB: Crouse 9.925 BB: Breen 9.900 FX: Hassel, Williams 9.875 AA: Schweihofer 38.950
  • Iowa set a new attendance record with 3,502 fans.
  • Kynsee Roby (Neb.) debuted on floor.

This was a bit of a perplexing meet. In front of a record crowd at Carver Hawkeye Arena, the Hawkeyes and Huskers battled through scoring delays and some uncharacteristic mistakes. Nebraska was never likely to score as well on the road as it has at home the past three weeks, but not breaking 196 is concerning, especially as the switch to RQS rankings looms. After a decent but not spectacular bar rotation, the Huskers had major problems on vault. Landings were quite hoppy, resulting in three scores of 9.575, resulting in just a 48.575 on what is usually one of their premier events. Floor had some landing errors and an out of bounds, but was a decent rotation. However, the problems returned on beam. Abbie Epperson had a fall, and Megan Schweihofer broke her series and seemed to be lost in her choreography after improvising to redo it, leading to a low counting score for the team. The highlight of the rotation was Danielle Breen finding her poise from last season and truly hitting beam for the first time in 2018 in a clutch performance. The Huskers need to go into the gym and work on landings and their focus before they face Oklahoma on the road next week—they absolutely need a usable road score there.

The Hawkeyes outscored Nebraska on vault and beam with clean landings and precision. Some sloppy bars work led to middle of the road scores, but the real problems came on floor, often Iowa’s best event. Falls from Nicole Chow and, uncharacteristically, Charlotte Sullivan meant the Hawkeyes had to count the latter’s 9.325. Some other landing errors kept the middle lineup scores low as well. Lineup highlights came from strong performances by Lanie Snyder and Melissa Zurawski, both with 9.8s, who kept the rotation from being a complete meltdown. The lower tier Big Ten teams have begun regularly scoring in the mid-195s, so Iowa will need to do some work to catch up and keep pace in the conference. That said, the Hawkeyes have scored a 196 on the road, so a low scoring home meet is not as devastating as we approach the RQS switch.

No. 15 Auburn at No. 10 Arkansas
Full Results Ark.: 196.750 AU: 194.875
VT: Speed 9.875 UB: Garner, Shaffer, Speed, Wellick 9.900 BB: Milliet 9.900 FX: Milliet, Shaffer 9.900 AA: Yamzon 39.225
  • Samantha Cerio (AU) was out of the lineups after an appendectomy.

Arkansas was back on form last night, earning a big home win against Auburn, a team that has struggled to gain consistency this season. Underclassmen had to step up in a big way for the Tigers after junior Samantha Cerio went in for an emergency appendectomy surgery early in the week. Cerio’s absence was felt on bars and beam—events she contributes to regularly—as the Tigers were forced to count falls. Abby Milliet was able to hold things together on beam and floor where she earned a pair of 9.900s, winning the beam title outright and earning a share of the floor title with Arkansas’ Sarah Shaffer. At home, Arkansas was comfortable with another high 196, its second highest score of the season. The Razorbacks had a record bar performance thanks to four of six scores earning 9.900 and remained strong throughout beam and floor, ending with sophomore Jessica Yamzon’s second all around title this season.

No. 11 Oregon State at No. 16 Washington
Full Results UW: 197.000 OSU: 196.500
VT: Greene 9.900 UB: Riley 9.900 BB: Burleson 9.925 FX: Singley 9.925 AA: 39.4500
  • OSU’s Lena Greene made her collegiate competitive debut on vault.

This one was one of the most exciting match-ups of the conference this weekend, and it certainly delivered until the very end. Both teams have been very close in the rankings in terms of scoring potential, and it was a close meet until the last rotation where the Huskies team tied its best floor score of the season to clinch the win. Washington had its best showing of the season across the board as it scored above a 49.000 on all four events for the first time and finally hit 197.000. The Huskies excelled on beam in particular, where they recorded three scores of 9.900 or above for a season-high of 49.350. They were led by the consistent all arounders Hailey Burleson and Evanni Roberson, but three-eventers Madison Copiak and Maya Washington played a big part in edging the Beavers in the last rotations. The Beavers scored their highest road score of 2018 and had a slight lead at the halfway point—98.3000 to 98.275—but their performance on beam was tight and costly. Lead-off McKenna Singley fell on her acro series, and the team was eventually forced to count a 9.600 and a 9.725 for its only event score below 49.000 (48.925). Sophomore Lena Greene competed for the first time in her career and won the vault title for her front pike half while senior Dani Dessaints made her return to the bar lineup for the first time since 2016. Finally, sophomore Isis Lowery continued to be fire on floor and got the away crowd into her explosive and fun routine just as she managed at Utah.

No. 21 George Washington and No. 27 West Virginia at No. 12 Denver
Full Results DU: 196.725 GWU: 195.950 WVU: 194.925
VT: Karr 9.925 UB: Glynn 9.900 BB: Karr, Schou 9.875 FX: Addison, Karr 9.925 AA: Karr 39.600
  • Denver’s Lynnzee Brown scratched the meet and was later seen in a boot. She will likely be out four weeks, according to head coach Melissa Kutcher-Rinehart.
  • Emily Glynn performed her first competitive beam routine and also returned to the floor lineup.
  • It was Denver’s third consecutive sellout.

The Denver Pioneers took this matchup against the Colonials and fellow Big 12 member West Virginia in a meet that had its fair share of adversity. The meet began with the team missing its star freshman all arounder, Lynnzee Brown, who went down with some kind of lower leg or foot injury in floor warm ups. Nevertheless, the Pioneers rallied around their circumstances (which also included team members limited in training due to illness) and came out hot. Maddie Karr hit a 39.600 all around score to take the win, while Emily Glynn stepped up in the place of Brown. Kaitlyn Schou also pulled out a great performance after being out all week with the flu in a team performance that head coach Melissa Kutcher-Rinehart said showed the team’s grit and mental toughness. While it wasn’t the team’s strongest performance, the Colonials also put up a strong showing, coming just shy of the 196 mark. Cami Drouin-Allaire, was a highlight for the team, especially on her vault where she scored a 9.9 for her Yurchenko full, in addition to Jillian Winstanley’s 9.875 on bars. The team looked solid all around and definitely will be one to watch for the rest of the year. For the Mountaineers, despite having a minor score decrease, the team’s consistency was still evident as it did not count a fall. The team only broke 49 on vault, however, which was highlighted by Zaakira Muhammad’s dynamic Yurchenko full and Kirah Koshinski’s powerful yurchenko 1.5. The team may not get as many big scores but will always be lurking, waiting for another team to make a mistake while it remains consistent.

No. 14 Boise State and No. 23 Iowa State at No. 47 San Jose State
Full Results BSU: 196.400 ISU: 195.725 SJSU: 194.500
VT: Bir 9.925 UB: Johnson 9.925 BB: Russ 9.900 FX: Remme 9.925 AA: Remme 39.425
No. 15 Auburn, No. 30 N.C. State and No. 44 Pittsburgh at No. 56 Texas Woman’s
Full Results AU: 196.500 Pitt: 196.100 NCSU: 195.925 TWU: 195.200
VT: Day 9.925 UB: Day 9.900 BB: Krippner, Milliet 9.925 FX: Grantham, Milliet, Jones, Moredock 9.900 AA: Brechwald 39.325
  • Pitt notched its highest road score in program history.
No. 28 Illinois at No. 18 Minnesota
Full Results Minn.: 196.100 Ill.: 195.100
VT: Loper 9.900 UB: Lu 9.975 BB: Ramler 9.950 FX: Gardner, Ramler 9.825 AA: Ramler 39.475
  • Ivy Lu (Minn.) tied a program record on uneven bars with a 9.975.
  • Sarah Lyons (Ill.) returned to competition for the first time since rejoining the team for her redshirt season
No. 19 Central Michigan at No. 63 Illinois State
Full Results CMU: 194.525 Illinois St.: 192.025
VT: Kaplan 9.800 UB: Kaplan 9.800 BB: Clements 9.925 FX: Clements 9.875 AA: Pedrick 39.000
No. 20 Stanford at No. 25 Arizona
Full Results Ariz.: 195.725 Stan: 195.025
VT: Price 9.900 UB: Ortiz 9.850 BB: Bryant, Flam, Navarro 9.875 FX: Price 9.925 AA: Bryant 39.400
  • Arizona freshman Payton Bellows was injured during her floor routine. Her status is unknown.
No. 21 BYU at No. 31 Southern Utah
Full Results SUU: 196.800 BYU: 196.450
VT: McBride 9.900 UB: Hortman, Rozsa 9.875 BB: Gonzalez 9.950 FX: Gonzalez, Jorgensen 9.900 AA: Hortman 39.400
  • BYU posted its highest beam score (49.325) since 2005.
No. 31 Penn State at No. 26 Ohio State
Full Results tOSU: 196.200 PSU: 196.025
VT: LaGuardia 9.875 UB: Swartzentruber 9.875 BB: Garcia 9.925 FX: Garcia, Merkle, Stone, Tsang 9.875 AA: Tsang 39.325
No. 32 Kent State at No. 42 Western Michigan
Full Results KSU: 195.575 WMU: 194.975
VT: Shirley 9.800 UB: Stypinski 9.950 BB: Stypinski 9.925 FX: Stypinski, Underwood 9.900 AA: Stypinski 39.350
No. 64 Brown, No. 51 Rutgers and No. 57 William & Mary at No. 34 Maryland
Full Results Md.: 196.575 RU: 193.950 W&M: 193.650 Brown: 193.325
VT: Barber, Huang 9.875 UB: Barber, Farina 9.900 BB: Agaran, Shank 9.875 FX: Farina 9.900 AA: Barber 39.475
  • Maryland had its highest team score since 2004.
No. 35 Bowling Green at No. 41 Ball State
Full Results Ball St.: 195.000 BGSU: 194.275
VT: East 9.850 UB: Penny 9.900 BB: Bell, Penny 9.825 FX: East, Kiaku 9.875 AA: Menzione 38.400
No. 55 Sacramento State and No. 37 Utah State at No. 43 UC Davis
Full Results USU: 195.00 UCD: 194.525 Sac St.: 194.400
VT: Ward 9.825 UB: Brent 9.850 BB: Briones 9.925 FX: Juarez 9.875 AA: Brown 39.275
No. 37 Utah State at No. 39 Southern Utah
Full Results USU: 195.275 SUU: 195.275
VT: Me. McBride, Jozwiakowski 9.825 UB: Gonzalez, Ward 9.825 BB: DeHarde, Briones 9.875 FX: Ward 9.925 AA: Jorgensen 39.150
No. 46 Northern Illinois at No. 53 UIC
Full Results NIU: 195.025 UIC: 193.625
VT: Potts 9.850 UB: Prentice 9.875 BB: Prentice 9.875 FX: Martucci 9.850 AA: Prentice 39.275
No. 48 Towson at No. 38 New Hampshire
Full Results UNH: 195.775 Towson: 193.975
VT: O’Leary 9.900 UB: Diggan 9.900 BB: Freehling 9.825 FX: Doolin 9.875 AA: Doolin 38.325
No. 46 Northern Illinois at No. 45 Eastern Michigan
Full Results NIU: 195.425 EMU: 194.900
VT: Bartemio, Potts 9.825 UB: Potts, Valentin 9.850 BB: Van Voorhis 9.875 FX: Martucci 9.900 AA: Potts 39.325
Harley Davidson Invitational: No. 49 Lindenwood, No. 80 UW-Stout and No. 69 UW-Whitewater
Full Results LU: 190.850 UW-W: 188.650 UW-S: 184.875
VT: Boogerd 9.600 UB: Mitchell 9.700 BB: Henry 9.725 FX: Leman 9.800 AA: O’Donnell 37.950
No. 52 Bridgeport, No. 50 Temple and No. 73 Ursinus at No. 53 Penn
Full Results Temple: 194.700 BU: 194.225 Penn: 193.725 Ursinus: 186.900
VT: Gipson 9.850 UB: Tereshko 9.800 BB: Ramirez 9.825 FX: Hartke, Reimers 9.925 AA: Servidio 38.975
  • Alex Hartke (Penn) had the best individual floor score for Penn since 2004.
  • Penn’s total floor score of 49.300 tied for best in program history and highest since 2003.
No.52 Bridgeport, No. 68 Southern Connecticut and No. 72 Springfield at No. 58 Yale
Full Results Yale: 194.275 UB: 194.225 SCSU: 191.825 Springfield: 186.000
VT: Lesperance 9.775 UB: Tereshko 9.850 BB: Baldovino 9.925 FX: Reimers 9.825 AA: Baldovino 39.150
No. 65 Seattle Pacific at No. 54 Air Force
Full Results AFA: 194.275 SPU: 189.250
VT: Miller, Salamone 9.700 UB: Murphy, Salamone 9.850 BB: Howard 9.875 FX: Bell 9.825 AA: Burns 37.875
No. 70 Brockport, No. 71 Ithaca and No. 62 West Chester at No. 60 Cornell
Full Results Cornell: 193.625 Ithaca: 191.475 Brockport St.: 190.575 WCU: 190.600
VT: Meakim 9.800 UB: Marshall 9.825 BB: Kowalik 9.850 FX: Gery 9.875 AA: Kowalik 38.500
  • Ithaca’s score is the best in program history. It also scored its best totals on bars and floor.
No. 74 Winona State at No. 66 UW-La Crosse
Full Results UW-LC: 190.100 Winona St.: 184.625
VT: Wiekamp 9.725 UB: Enright 9.575 BB: Ahrens 9.625 FX: Weyker 9.750 AA: Wiekamp 36.575
No. 67 Alaska at No. 75 Centenary (Friday)
Full Results UAA: 188.500 Centenary: 187.700
VT: Fox, Green 9.675 UB: Miller 9.675 BB: Daniels 9.725 FX: Jordan 9.675 AA: Miller 38.200
No. 67 Alaska at No. 75 Centenary (Sunday)
Full Results UAA: 189.050 Centenary: 188.750
VT: White 9.700 UB: Nelson 9.700 BB: Daniels 9.825 FX: White 9.750 AA: Fox 38.400
No. 82 Rhode Island at No. 76 Cortland
Full Results Cortland St.: 185.850 RIC: 179.300
VT: Filipski 9.500 UB: Dimartino, Murphy 9.025 BB: Schulz 9.675 FX: Szafrariski 9.675 AA: Murphy 36.775
No. 79 UW-Oshkosh at No. 81 Gustavus Adolphus
Full Results UW-W: 183.425 Gustavus: 179.875
VT: McBrayer 9.425 UB: Tkaczuk 9.325 BB: Tkaczuk 9.600 FX: Finin 9.425 AA: McBrayer 36.850

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