By Darci Miller | April 02, 2017, 1:45 p.m. (ET)
Riley McCusker competes on the balance beam at the 2017 City of Jesolo Trophy on April 2, 2017 in Jesolo, Italy.


Competition at the 2017 City of Jesolo Trophy drew to a close on Sunday with U.S. gymnasts adding four apparatus medals to the team and all-around titles won the day prior.

Riley McCusker led the way for the U.S., earning balance beam gold and uneven bars silver to go with her all-around win. She posted a score of 14.200 on the beam to take the top spot ahead of Brazil’s Flavia Saraiva and Frace’s Marine Boyer who shared the silver with matching 14.100s. On the bars, McCusker scored 14.600 to finish behind Russia's Elena Eremina, who scored 14.750. Ashton Locklear, a 2016 Olympic alternate, stuck her full-twisting double back dismount to earn 14.550 and the bronze medal.

Abby Paulson, the all-around bronze medalist, rounded out the medals for Team USA. She tied for gold with 2016 Olympian Flavia Saraiva of Brazil, the two earning 13.900. Russia's Angelina Melnikova took bronze with 13.800.

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The meet was a resounding success for McCusker, competing in her second international event after a disappointing fifth-place finish at the AT&T American Cup last month. She walked away with three gold medals and a silver; in the team competition, she earned the highest score on the uneven bars with a 15.050.

In the junior competition, U.S. gymnasts earned eight medals in the event finals. On the balance beam, Gabby Perea and Maile O'Keefe took silver and bronze, respectively; Emma Malabuyo and O'Keefe took gold and silver on floor; Perea and Malabuyo earned gold and silver on vault; and Perea and O'Keefe took gold and bronze on the uneven bars.

Overall, the U.S. topped the medal count with 19 total medals. Russia was second with five, while Brazil was third with four. Italy and Canada both won three medals and France won two.