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The bronze on beam went to China's Cheng Fei, who was surely looking for a comeback after mistakes on floor and vault on the first day of event finals.
On high bar, medal favorite Fabian Hambuechen was a little off, but still earned bronze. Zou Kai of China won his second individual gold with a jam-packed routine (7.2 A score -- .3 higher than any other gymnast) that included a full-twisting Jaegar. And, unexpectedly, American Jonathan Horton snuck into the silver medal spot with a newly-added layout Kolman.
The parallel bars title went to Li Xiaopeng of China, with South Korea's Yoo Won-Chul earning silver and Anton Fokin of Uzbekistan winning bronze.
In the end, the Chinese men captured seven of the eight possible gold medals (team, all-around, floor, pommel horse, rings, parallel bars, high bar). Total domination!
Final Results from Day Three:
1. Shawn Johnson, USA 16.225
2. Nastia Liukin, USA 16.025
3. Cheng Fei, China 15.950
1. Li Xiaopeng, China 16.450
2. Yoo Won-Chul, South Korea 16.250
3. Anton Fokin, Uzbekistan 16.200
1. Zou Kai, China 16.200
2. Jonathan Horton, USA 16.175
3. Fabian Hambuechen, Germany 15.875