The 2011 Gymnastics Japan Cup; the Chinese women's team won the women team championship, with the total score of 171.050 points. Individual all-round Sui Lu and Yao Jinnan won silver and bronze medals respectively. In men's team competition Japan is the champion, while the Chinese team finished fourth.
In the women's team competition, China's team assigned Sui Lu, Yao Jinnan, Yang Yilin and Huang Qiushuang to compete. First was the vaulting horse competition and second was the uneven bars competition, in which Sui Lu has made a slight fault and wasn't as good as the Japanese team. Third was the balance beam competition, and last was the floor. Ultimately China won the championship. The host Japanese team won runner-up with 167.800 points, while Canada was ranked third place with 159.950 points.
In the women's all-round competition, the Chinese team assigned Sui Lu and Yao Jinnan to go and compete. Sui Lu won silver medal while Yao Jinnan won bronze medal. Japanese He Jianhong won champion. In the men's team competition, the Chinese team included the five gymnasts Liang Fuliang, Liao Qiuhua, Huang Yuguo, Tong Yingjie and Dong Zhendong, who went out to compete. The first item was the floor, then was the pommel horse, after was the flying rings and fourth was the vaulting horse. In the last horizontal bars, Tong Yingjie made a fault and as it finished the Chinese team had a total of 262.450 points, ranked in the 4th place. Japan won men's team champions, US was runner-up and England won third place.
Sui Lu -眭禄
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体操日本杯 tǐcāo rìběn bēi - Japan Artistic Gymnastics Cup, July 2-3, a competition which is considered as a good preparation for the 2011 Gymnastics World Championship, held in Tokyo in October this year
 冠军 guànjūn - Champion
 全能 quán néng - All-round (here meaning a competition whereas each gymnast competes in all the items for a total score)
 银牌 yín pái - Silver medal
 铜牌 tóng pái - Bronze medal
 跳马 tiào mǎ - Vaulting Horse
 高低杠 gāodī gang - Uneven Bars
 平衡木 pínghéng mù - Balance Beam
 自由操 zìyóu cào - 'Free conduct', gymnastic floor exercise
 亚军 yàjūn - Runner-up, second place
 鞍马 ān mǎ - Pommel Horse
 吊环 diào huán - Gymnastics flying rings
 单杠 dān gang - Horizontal Bars