MGYM: Big Ten Gymnastics Represented at 2010 World Championships

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Michigan's Chris Cameron and Ohio State's Brandon Wynn have been chosen to represent the United States at the 2010 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships on Oct. 16-24 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Cameron and Wynn are two of the six U.S. team members competing in the Championships, while Illinois' Paul Ruggeri has been named an alternate.

Cameron, the 2010 Big Ten and NCAA all-around champion, also led the Wolverines to their first NCAA title since 1963. The senior became the fourth gymnast to earn the individual NCAA all-around title in Michigan history.

Wynn also earned Big Ten and national titles in 2010, earning top billing on the rings at both competitions. He became the first Buckeye gymnast to earn the national title since 2004.

Ruggeri led the Illini to their second straight Big Ten Championship in 2010, taking home the individual titles in the vault and high bar competitions en route to first-team All-Big Ten status.

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