· Kimble: 83.550
· Wiskus: 82.200
· Bock: 81.700
The individual events titlists are: Eddie Penev of Penfield, N.Y./U.S. Olympic Training Center, 15.050, floor exercise; Brandon Ngai of Sacramento, Calif./University of Illinois, 14.600, pommel horse; Trevor Howard of Columbus, Ohio/Ohio State University, 14.600, still rings; Matthew Wenske of Houston/University of Oklahoma, 15.050, vault; Jordan Valdez of Louisville, Colo./University of Illinois, 14.350, parallel bars; and Kimble, 13.800, horizontal bar.
Dylan Young of Burbank, Calif./Gymnastics Olympica, topped the combined junior all-around standings at 127.450, followed by David Willett of High Point, N.C./High Point, at 124.600. Spencer Goodell of Tigard, Ore./OMEGA, finished third (124.100).
Eighteen senior athletes qualified to the 2017 P&G Championships based on the results of the National Qualification Points System. The top seven junior elite gymnasts also qualified to the P&G Championships based on the two-day, all-around rankings (optional + technical sequence score). …
After moving back to his home state of Wisconsin earlier this year, Kimble has been training at Salto Gymnastics under the able tutelage of Andrei Kan and Alex Belanovski. The change in scenery from the Olympic Training Center seems to have been quite a spark. …