Margarita Mamun wins her first apparatus final of the day.
Neta Rivkin takes advantage of her tall physique and shows an entirely different routine than her competitors. It's clear, without unnecessary flourish and flawless. 18,300 points.
Victoria Veinberg-Filanovsky from Israel may seem delicate but she is anything but. Her temperamental routines make her one of the audience favorites. She's flawless. 17,900 points.
Belarussian Melitina Staniouta takes the floor with the confidence of the veteran that she is. She relies on her experience to wow the audience with difficult routines and clean execution. 18,350 points.
19-year-old Jana Berezko-Marggrander takes up where she left off yesterday. Her routine is once again solid and expressive, she's in total control of what she does. The audience cheers her on. 17,500 points.
Salome Pazhava from Georgia is this year's “Miss Turnier” and rightly so. She is as petite as she is energetic and that energy ignites the audience. 17,750 points.
Aleksandra Soldatova turns 17 tomorrow. Today, she puts on an energetic performance that includes high throws and difficult combinations. There's a brief moment when she steps out to make sure she'll catch the hoop. 18,500 points.
Margarita Mamun, European Champion with hoop, takes the floor with a golden hoop. Her routine is elegant, lyrical and perfection. 18,800 points.
Elizaveta Nazarenkova from Uzbekistan presents an athletic routine. She's powerful and expressive, the audience likes her. 17,900 points.
Marina Durunda from Azerbaijan is the first to take the floor. She catches the hoop with her feet, sends it spinning into the air with her back, catches with her legs. The routine is packed with difficulties. 17,900 points. 1:15 p.m. Hoop Final http://www.rsg-in-berlin.de/wp-cont....all.pdf Berlin Masters 2015 Liveticker, 31.05.2015 Final ball
Neta Rivkin from Israel concludes the ball final. Her ball routine is fluid and worth a silver medal. 18,200 points.
Katsiaryna Halkina from Belarus is up next. The three-time medalist at this year's European Championships shows a technically challenging routine. She's elegant and clean. 17,750 points.
Margarita Mamun proves to everyone why she is World Champion when she takes the floor and performs her routine set to Ravel's “Bolero”. The golden ball seems to be a part of her. The audience loves her. 19,000 points.
Georgian Salome Pazhava presents a lyrical and elegant ball routine. 17,400 points.
Veronika Poliakova, Russia, 17,300 points.
Jana Berezko-Marggrander has a short moment of confusion when Jacques Brel is played again. But she just keeps going and amazingly so. Her routine is followed by long applause. 17,250 points
Kseniya Moustafaeva from France takes the floor. Her routine is set to “Ne me quitte pas” by Jacques Brel. Rather unusual in rhythmic gymnastics but she connects with the audience instantly. 17,300 points.
Melitina Staniouta – 18,100 points 1:45 p.m. Ball Final
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