Held in Liberec, the seventh edition of the Olympic Hopes Cup featured gymnasts from nine nations.
A very young British squad of Amy Tinkler, Tyesha Mattis, Ellis O'Reilly, Teal Grindle, Jade Stedford and Chantelle Halford, took the women's team title, defeating Hungary by over seven marks, 211.75 to 204.55. The Czech Republic's "A" squad finished third (190.00).
Makra (HUN) defended her individual title from 2011, scoring 55.40 to take the top sport with 13-year-old British gymnasts Tyesha Mattis (55.00) and Amy Tinkler (53.55) finishing in second and third.
In the men's competition, France topped Hungary by two points, 316.15-314.15, with Great Britain's team of Joe Fraser, Hamish Carter, Harry Caulwell, Loukas Jones, Tom Nicolaou and Giarnni Regini-Moran finishing third (312.00). Dudás, won the all-around title, scoring 79.85 to top Czech gymnast Daniel Radovesnický (79.45) and France's Killian Mermet (78.65).
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