Oct. 6, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Brandon Wynn claimed a bronze medal on rings and a seventh-place finish on parallel bars at the 2013 World Gymnastics Championships at the Antwerp Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium.
The three-time U.S. Champion on rings scored a 15.666 to place third behind Arthur Nabarrete Zanetti (Brazil) and Aleksandr Baladin (Russia), respectively. The bronze medal marked the second time the United States has medaled on rings at a world championships.
Wynn placed seventh on parallel bars after scoring a 14.266 on the event. Chaopan Lin (China) and Kohei Uchimura (Japan) took first and second place, respectively, while John Orozco (USA) rounded out the top three gymnasts on the podium.
In all, four of the five members of the U.S. Senior Men's National Team medaled at the 2013 World Championships. In addition to bronze medal performances from Wynn and Orozco, Jake Dalton earned silver on floor exercise and Steven Legendre earned silver on vault.
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