Here is some information from my Perth source:
I had a feeling those unflappable Waverley 9 girls would help Victoria in the standings...
Victoria won the Level 9 Team event with a score of 231.325 from QLD on 229.1. NSW were bronze with 213.375.
We had some drama during general warm up for the last session. The fire alarm went off. I explained to the concerned looking out of towners that it was most likely a false alarm (it goes off fairly regularly), and not to evacuate unless the alarm moved to the next stage (which is a verbal instruction to evacuate). We are so used to it that no one so much as stopped what they were doing, the girls in the WAIS gym continued training. Of course about 2 minutes later it turned out to be a real evacuation! False alarm as it turns out but we all moved out anyway and waited for the fire engines and the all clear.
I wasn’t in the gym at the time but I heard there was a gymnast in the middle of her vault when the alarm went off who hurt herself. I don’t know who it was but I didn’t hear any more later.
There were a lot of sore looking gymnasts, lots of bandages and a possible broken toe, but nothing else that I heard.
Rachel Figgis (Waverley National 9) got a 15.15 on floor.
Meanwhile, in Brisbane, apparatus specialists Philippe Rizzo and Prashanth Sellathurai had less-than-stellar routines in event finals. Rizzo conceded high bar victory(!) to all-around champ Sam Offord and settled for bronze, but Sellathurai scored high enough on pommel, despite a fall, to hang onto gold.
Offord also won gold on vault, Sam Simpson won floor, Sellathurai was the only other double gold medallist with a rings win, and veteran Rizzo notched a first place finish on his other pet event, the parallel bars.
Offord is featured in a news article here.
Nazmi is featured in a news article here. Nice photo from Beijing included.
Some WAG National Levels photos can be seen here.
(Photos of Victorians can be seen here and here)
BTYC MAG Luke Tomsett is profiled in this week's Melbourne Weekly Eastern magazine.