2013 World Championships News
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1 Absent from Antwerp: Shatilov Shifts Focus to New Success in 2014 John Crumlish
2 Absent From Antwerp: García Going Forward Despite Disappointment John Crumlish
3 Absent from Antwerp: Adlerteg Avoids 'What If?' Thoughts About Worlds John Crumlish
4 Absent from Antwerp: González Going for Gold at Home in Santiago Amanda Turner
5 Absent from Antwerp: Grishina Has 'Big Plans' for 2014 and Beyond John Crumlish
6 Absent from Antwerp: Nguyen Ready For Renewal After Rest John Crumlish
7 First Worlds 'Pumps Up' Canada's Chant John Crumlish
8 Mixed Emotions for Dutch Coach after Antwerp John Crumlish
9 Biles, Uchimura Win Again as Worlds End Amanda Turner
10 Japan, U.S. Big Winners in Antwerp Apparatus Finals dwight normile
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