Cameron Bock takes 2021 Winter Cup men’s all-around title, six athletes named to Men’s National Team

INDIANAPOLIS – Feb. 26, 2021 – Cameron Bock of Tustin, Calif./University of Michigan, topped a field of 27 competitors to claim the 2021 Winter Cup men’s all-around title Friday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Bock, who is in his senior season with the Wolverines, earned an 84.150 and finished nearly a full point ahead of runner up Riley Loos of El Dorado Hills, Calif/Stanford University (83.250). World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./5280 Gymnastics rounded out the top three, posting an 82.600 on the night.

Individual men’s event titles will be decided Sunday based on two-day score totals. Men’s day 2 action will air live on FloGymnastics at 5:30 p.m. ET.

Following the first day of competition, the top six ranked all-around athletes automatically qualified to the 2021 senior national team. Bock, Loos, and Moldauer are joined by Shane Wiskus of Spring Park, Minn./University of Minnesota (81.250), Allan Bower of Chandler, Ariz./University of Oklahoma (81.150) and Bock’s teammate Paul Juda of Deerfield, Ill./University of Michigan (79.850).

Men’s gymnastics will continue tomorrow night with the Elite Team Cup on FloGymnastics at 5:30 p.m. ET. The regional competition features teams of six junior gymnasts vying for national bragging rights.

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