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Written by Admin    Saturday, 19 April 2014 20:00    PDF Print
Florida, Oklahoma Tie for NCAA Women's Title
(4 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

For the second night in a row, the University of Florida Gators tied for first, but this time it was the University of Oklahoma Sooners that shared the victory.

For the second night in a row, the University of Florida Gators tied for first, but this time it was the University of Oklahoma Sooners that shared the victory. The Gators and Sooners both posted 198.175 after four events of immaculate and inspired gymnastics to share the 2014 NCAA team title Saturday night in Birmingham, Ala.

It is the first tie in NCAA women's gymnastics history, and Oklahoma becomes the sixth team to win a title, joining defending champion Florida, Utah, Georgia, Alabama and UCLA.

2013 NCAA all-around champion Bridget Sloan was key for Florida. After falling from beam in the qualifier, she rebounded to post an all-around total of 39.725 in the Super Six final.

No Sooner gymnast did all four events, but Chayse Capps pitched in two 9.90s and a 9.95, and Taylor Spears added two 9.925s and a 9.90.

With the most fans in the stands, Alabama was enjoying a home crowd vibe throughout the meet, but its final event, balance beam, knocked the Crimson Tide down to fourth (197.550). Diandra Milliner and all-around champion Kim Jacob both missed (9.30, 9.35), which left the title up for grabs.

Heading into the final rotation, Oklahoma held a .075 lead over Florida. The Sooners had just finished a spectacular floor rotation, which featured four 9.90s and two 9.95s. The Gators, meanwhile, were rocking beam to the tune of 49.50, just one tenth shy of OU's entertaining floor show.

Louisiana State University finished third with 197.600, giving away too many tenths with steps on landings.

Georgia (197.050) and Nebraska (196.500) completed the Super Six field in fifth and sixth.

2014 NCAA Women's Championships
April 18, Birmingham, Alabama

1. Florida 198.175
1. Oklahoma 198.175
3. LSU 197.600
4. Alabama 197.550
5. Georgia 197.050
6. Nebraska 196.500

Click here for complete results.

Written by Amanda Turner    Saturday, 19 April 2014 14:44    PDF Print
Dutch Gymnasts Win Double Golds in Ljubljana
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

The Dutch men won two of three finals Saturday as the 2014 Ljubljana World Challenge Cup continued Saturday in the Slovenian capital. Pictured: Anna Pavlova won uneven bars in her first competition for Azerbaijan.

The Dutch men won two of three finals Saturday as the 2014 Ljubljana World Challenge Cup continued Saturday in the Slovenian capital.

Dutch gymnast' Casimir Schmidt won floor exercise with an all-twisting routine (whip, 1 1/2 to double-twisting front; front full to Randi; half-in, half-out; tucked Thomas; 2 1/2, barani; stuck triple twist.) Croatia's Tomislav Markovič was second over European champion Alexander Shatilov (Israel).

Former world champion Yuri van Gelder (Netherlands) was the top gymnast on still rings (15.325). Great Britain's Courtney Tulloch (15.250) took second over French veteran Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues (15.125).

Ukrainian Oleg Vernyayev won pommel horse (15.200) over 2008 Olympic silver medalist Filip Ude of Croatia (15.025) and Belarusian Vasily Mikhalitsyn (14.700). Vernyayev competed all six events in Friday's qualification, advancing to the final on all events except floor exercise.

Top qualifier Teja Belak won vault (handspring tucked front full and Yurchenko 1 1/2), while two-time Russian Olympian Anna Pavlova took the title on uneven bars in her first competition for Azerbaijan. Pavlova, who competed uneven bars and balance beam only to protect her problematic knees, swung a simple but clean routine to win (beautiful Jaeger and Pak salto; double pike dismount).

Competition concludes Sunday with the remaining apparatus finals.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Ljubljana World Challenger Cup
April 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Women's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Teja Belak5.38.70014.05014.112
2.Ana Đerek5.28.67513.82513.800
3.Ayelen Tarabini5.08.55013.55013.537
4.Marina Nekrasova5.08.55013.55013.412
5.Ema Kajic5.08.75013.75013.387
6.Tjaša Kysselef4.68.60013.20013.325
7.Ansastasia Yekimenka4.68.6250.113.12512.875
8.Valerija Grisane5.27.50012.7006.350

Uneven Bars Final DENDScore
1.Anna Pavlova4.58.32512.825
2.Ansastasia Yekimenka4.67.82512.425
3.Stefanie Siegenthaler5.07.05012.050
4.Camila Klesa4.77.02511.725
5.Tünde Csillag4.57.15011.650
6.Barbora Mokosova4.56.62511.225
7.Hanna Grosch4.96.17511.075
8.Teja Belak4.46.20010.600

Men's Floor Exercise Final DENDScore
1.Casimir Schmidt6.58.72515.225
2.Tomislav Markovič6.38.82515.125
3.Alexander Shatilov6.28.72514.925
4.Filip Ude6.08.90014.900
5.Rok Klavora6.08.30014.300
6.Kieran Behan6.47.70014.100
7.Andrew Smith5.58.6500.114.050
8.Stepan Gorbachev5.38.0500.113.250

Pommel Horse Final DENDScore
1.Oleg Vernyayev6.68.60015.200
2.Filip Ude6.28.82515.025
3.Vasily Mikhalitsyn6.58.20014.700
4.Robert Seligman6.37.85014.150
5.Michel Bletterman5.68.47514.075
5.Dmitrij Strefilovs6.08.07514.075
7.Sašo Bertoncelj6.17.82513.925
8.Alexander Tsarevich4.37.07511.375

Still Rings Final DENDScore
1.Yuri van Gelder6.78.62515.325
2.Courtney Tulloch6.48.85015.250
3.Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues6.68.52515.125
4.Samir Aït Saïd6.68.47515.075
5.Theo Seager6.48.52514.925
6.Pavel Bulavsky6.28.37514.575
7.Markku Vahtila6.67.60014.200
8.Oleg Vernyayev6.67.45014.050

International Gymnast magazine's recent coverage of Ljubljana Challenger Cup finalists includes:
"Beyond Brave" - Kieran Behan profile (August/September 2011)
"Still a Stunner" - Anna Pavlova profile (December 2012)
Samir Aït Saïd interview (June 2010)
"Aiming High" - Alexander Shatilov profile (January/February 2009)
"Fearless Finn" - Tomi Tuuha interview (December 2012)
"Great Expectations" - Filip Ude profile (June 2011)
"Power Trip" - Yuri van Gelder profile (January/February 2009)
van Gelder two-page center poster (June 2008)
"Front and Centered" - Oleg Vernyayev profile (January/February 2014)

To order back issues, or subscribe to the print and/or digital edition of International Gymnast magazine, click here.

Written by Amanda Turner    Friday, 18 April 2014 22:58    PDF Print
Ljubljana World Challenge Cup Begins in Slovenia
(4 votes, average 4.00 out of 5)

Slovenian gymnasts led three events in qualification as the 2014 Ljubljana World Challenge Cup began Friday in Slovenia. Pictured: 2012 Slovenian Olympian Saša Golob led women's floor exercise.

Slovenian gymnasts led three events in qualification as the 2014 Ljubljana World Challenge Cup began Friday in the Slovenian capital.

The competition, part of the FIG World Cup series, brought 54 female and 88 male gymnasts from more than 25 nations.

In the women's competition, Slovenians Teja Belak (vault) and Saša Golob (floor exercise) put the host nation on top for two events.

Two-time Russian Olympian Anna Pavlova made her debut for Azerbaijan in a weak women's field, leading uneven bars with 12.350. She also qualified in sixth place (12.20) to the balance beam final, where Stefanie Siegenthaler led with 12.900. Marina Nekrasova, another Russian who now represents Azerbaijan, made finals on vault and floor exercise.

Slovenian specialist Sašo Bertoncelj was the top gymnast on pommel horse in a more competitive field.

Ukrainian star Oleg Vernyayev was the day's standout, competing all six events and qualifying to every final except floor exercise. He led the qualification on parallel bars. Slovenian veteran Mitja Petkovšek, 37, just missed the final by placing ninth.

Other event leaders were Olympic silver medalist Filip Ude on men's floor exercise, former world champion Yuri van Gelder on still rings, Belarusian Pavel Bulavsky on vault, and world and Olympic champion Epke Zonderland on high bar.

Zonderland, who turned 28 on Wednesday, earned the day's highest score with his 16.100 on high bar.

Competition continues Saturday with the first day of apparatus finals.

Read "Front & Centered," a profile on Oleg Vernyayev, in the January/February issue of International Gymnast Magazine. To order back issues, or subscribe to the print and/or digital edition of International Gymnast magazine, click here.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Ljubljana World Challenger Cup
April 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Women's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1.Teja Belak5.58.85014.15014.275
2.Ana Derek5.28.60013.80013.700
3.Ema Kajic5.08.80013.80013.550
4.Valeria Grisane5.28.5000.113.60013.525
5.Tjaša Kysselef4.68.7000.113.20013.425
6.Ayelen Tarabini4.68.55013.15013.350
7.Marina Nekrasova4.68.80013.40013.325
8.Anastasia Yekimenka4.68.85013.45013.075
9.Jasmin Mader5.08.75013.75012.975
10.Olesya Sazonova5.08.80013.80012.800
11.Yekaterina Chuikina4.47.45011.85012.050

Uneven Bars QualificationDENDScore
1.Anna Pavlova4.18.25012.350
2.Stefanie Siegenthaler4.97.45012.350
3.Anastasia Yekimenka4.67.50012.100
4.Camila Klesa4.77.30012.000
5.Teja Belak4.27.50011.700
6.Tünde Csillag4.56.95011.450
7.Hanna Grosch4.66.85011.450
8.Barbora Mokosova5.26.20011.400
9.Zhanerke Duisek4.56.80011.300
10.Arailym Darmenova4.46.85011.250
11.Eszter Romhányi4.06.80010.800
12.Jessica Stabinger4.56.10010.600
13.Yulia Inshina2.06.7004.04.700

Balance Beam QualificationDENDScore
1.Stefanie Siegenthaler5.17.9000.112.900
2.Daria Kloptsova5.17.80012.900
3.Zhanerke Duisek5.57.25012.750
4.Teja Belak4.87.65012.450
5.Camila Klesa4.87.45012.250
6.Anna Pavlova5.27.00012.200
7.Barbora Mokosova4.47.45011.850
8.Jessica Stabinger5.16.75011.850
9.Ayelen Tarabini5.46.25011.650
10.Yulia Khramiankova5.06.6000.111.500
11.Adela Šajn4.37.1500.111.350
12.Ana Derek4.96.5500.111.350
13.Ansastasia Yekimenka4.27.10011.300
14.Arailym Darmenova4.76.3000.110.900
15.Ana Poscic4.65.80010.400
16.Yulia Inshina4.26.2500.110.350
17.Tünde Csillag4.45.75010.150
18.Eszter Romhányi3.56.6000.110.000
19.Hanna Grosch4.35.4009.700

Women's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1.Saša Golob5.27.60012.800
2.Jasmin Mader5.17.65012.750
3.Yekaterina Chuikina5.07.70012.700
4.Ayelen Tarabini5.17.5500.112.550
5.Ana Derek5.27.25012.450
6.Daria Kloptsova4.87.45012.250
7.Marina Nekrasova5.07.25012.250
8.Jessica Stabinger5.27.2000.312.100
9.Stefanie Siegenthaler4.67.30011.900
10.Tünde Csillag5.56.30011.800
11.Arailym Darmenova4.86.95011.750
12.Camila Klesa4.86.95011.750
13.Olesya Sazonova4.87.2000.311.700
14.Ana Poscic4.87.2000.311.700
15.Eszter Romhányi4.67.2000.111.700
16.Yulia Khramiankova4.67.0000.311.300
17.Tjaša Kysselef3.87.20011.000
18.Barbora Mokosova4.56.2500.110.650

Men's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1.Filip Ude6.09.10015.100
2.Andrew Smith6.08.90014.900
3.Alexander Shatilov6.28.8000.114.900
4.Kieran Behan5.98.95014.850
5.Tomislav Markovič6.38.7500.214.850
6.Casimir Schmidt6.58.20014.700
7.Rok Klavora5.78.95014.650
8.Stepan Gorbachyov5.88.55014.350
9.Heikki Saarenketo6.18.25014.350
10.Vitalijs Kardasovs5.68.70014.300
11.Slavomir Michnak5.68.65014.250
12.Žiga Šilc5.98.5500.414.050
13.Bart Deurlo6.47.65014.050
14.Samir Aït Saïd5.78.25013.950
15.Denis Sanuvong5.88.2000.213.800
16.Germans Buculis5.58.10013.600
17.Ivan Vargovsky5.08.40013.400
18.Dušan Dordević5.18.3500.113.350
19.Tomi Tuuha5.57.85013.350
20.Daniel Kopeinik4.88.35013.150
21.Gavrilo Ilić5.37.80013.100
22.Nikolai Nam5.97.20013.100
23.Pavel Bulavsky6.07.3000.412.900
24.Courtney Tulloch5.77.2000.412.500
25.Oleg Vernyayev6.06.3500.112.250
26.Daniel Villafane5.06.8000.411.400
27.Mauro Martinez5.84.6500.310.150

Pommel Horse QualificationDENDScore
1.Sašo Bertoncelj6.19.10015.200
2.Robert Seligman6.19.10015.200
3.Filip Ude6.29.00015.200
4.Oleg Vernyayev6.58.60015.100
5.Vasily Mikhalitsyn6.48.55014.950
6.Dmitrijs Trefilovs6.18.30014.400
7.Michel Bletterman5.78.35014.050
8.Alexander Tsarevich5.78.25013.950
9.Luka Kišek4.79.10013.800
10.Andrii Sienichkin6.37.50013.800
11.Epke Zonderland5.58.25013.750
12.Guillaume Augugliaro5.87.35013.150
13.James Hall6.07.10013.100
14.Stepan Gorbachyov5.37.70013.000
15.Andrew Smith5.17.55012.650
16.Andres Arean5.17.50012.600
17.Miloš Paunović5.07.55012.550
18.Mauro Martinez4.18.20012.300
19.Slavomir Michnak6.16.15012.250
20.Daniel Kopeinik5.36.80012.100
21.Nikolai Nam3.87.55011.350
22.Dušan Dordević4.76.40011.100

Still Rings QualificationDENDScore
1.Yuri van Gelder6.58.90015.400
2.Oleg Vernyayev6.48.90015.300
3.Samir Aït Saïd6.58.75015.250
4.Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues6.68.65015.250
5.Courtney Tulloch6.48.65015.050
6.Markku Vahtila6.28.70014.900
7.Pavel Bulavsky6.28.60014.800
8.Theo Seager6.48.30014.700
9.Tomi Tuuha5.39.15014.450
10.Vasily Mikhalitsyn5.88.15013.950
11.Casimir Schmidt5.68.10013.700
12.Miloš Paunović5.87.90013.700
13.Ivan Vargovsky4.98.55013.450
14.Daniel Villafane5.87.50013.300
15.Ilya Kornev5.97.20013.100
16.Gavrilo Ilić4.58.15012.650
17.Osvaldo Martinez5.96.60012.500
18.Daniel Kopeinik4.18.25012.350
19.Dino Bošnjak3.46.90010.300

Men's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1.Pavel Bulavsky5.69.25014.85015.050
2.Tomi Tuuha5.69.45015.05015.050
3.Andrey Medvedev5.69.20014.80014.675
4.Samir Aït Saïd5.69.55015.15014.650
5.Theo Seager6.09.20015.20014.300
6.Casimir Schmidt5.69.1500.114.65014.250
7.Oleg Vernyayev6.08.0000.313.70014.000
8.Vitalijs Kardasovs5.67.95013.55013.975
9.Heikki Saarenketo5.29.10014.30013.975
10.Ivan Vargovsky5.28.95014.15013.725
11.Mauro Martinez5.67.85013.45013.625
12.Denis Sanuvong5.68.10013.70013.400
13.Daniel Villafane5.28.2500.313.15013.025
14.Ilya Kornev4.87.6500.112.35012.225
15.Daniel Kopeinik5.27.6000.312.50011.975
16.Germans Buculis5.67.9500.113.45011.900

Parallel Bars QualificationDENDScore
1.Oleg Vernyayev6.79.10015.800
2.Epke Zonderland6.49.10015.500
3.Alexander Tsarevich6.68.90015.500
4.Danny Pinheiro-Rodrigues5.88.95014.750
5.Alen Dimic6.28.50014.700
6.Guillaume Auguguaro6.28.45014.650
7.Osvaldo Martinez5.78.90014.600
8.Samuel Piasecky5.88.70014.500
9.Mitja Petkovšek6.08.35014.350
10.Courtney Tulloch5.98.40014.300
11.Michel Bletterman5.48.55013.950
12.James Hall5.68.20013.800
13.Slavomir Michnak5.28.45013.650
14.Mauro Martinez4.98.65013.550
15.Vasily Mikhalitsyn6.27.05013.250
16.Dino Bošnjak4.48.35012.750
17.Matthew Cosgrave5.17.65012.750
18.Ilya Kornev5.77.00012.700
19.Dušan Dordević4.28.10012.300
20.Marko Brez4.97.35012.250
21.Markku Vahtila4.37.15011.450

High Bar QualificationDENDScore
1.Epke Zonderland7.38.80016.100
2.Bart Deurlo6.89.00015.800
3.Theo Seager6.58.50015.000
4.Alexander Tsarevich6.58.40014.900
5.Alexander Shatilov6.68.15014.750
6.Samuel Piasecky6.18.50014.600
7.Oleg Vernyayev6.48.20014.600
8.Anton Kovačevič5.98.55014.450
9.Guillaume Auguguaro6.18.30014.400
10.Filip Ude5.98.45014.350
11.Alen Dimic6.47.90014.300
12.James Hall5.58.45013.950
13.Ilya Kornev6.76.75013.450
14.Denis Sanuvong5.56.25011.750
15.Miloš Paunović4.86.35011.150
16.Gavrilo Ilič3.37.60010.900
17.Stepan Gorbachyov4.06.60010.600
18.Andres Arean3.56.85010.350
19.Osvaldo Martinez5.34.3509.650

International Gymnast magazine's recent coverage of Ljubljana Challenger Cup finalists includes:
"Beyond Brave" - Kieran Behan profile (August/September 2011)
"Still a Stunner" - Anna Pavlova profile (December 2012)
Samir Aït Saïd interview (June 2010)
"Aiming High" - Alexander Shatilov profile (January/February 2009)
"Fearless Finn" - Tomi Tuuha interview (December 2012)
"Great Expectations" - Filip Ude profile (June 2011)
"Power Trip" - Yuri van Gelder profile (January/February 2009)
van Gelder two-page center poster (June 2008)
"Front and Centered" - Oleg Vernyayev profile (January/February 2014)
"Skilled and Studious" - Epke Zonderland cover story (March 2014)
"The Flying Dutchman" - Zonderland interview (May 2010)

To order back issues, or subscribe to the print and/or digital edition of International Gymnast magazine, click here.

Written by Admin    Friday, 18 April 2014 22:16    PDF Print
Jacob Wins All-around, Leads Alabama to Top Score in NCAA Qualifier
(3 votes, average 3.67 out of 5)

Alabama and defending champion Florida tied for the top score (197.650) in the second of two qualification sessions Friday at the NCAA Championships for women in Birmingham, Ala. Also advancing from that round was Nebraska, with 197.100, while Utah (197.025) and UCLA (197.000) just missed the cut. Penn State was a distant sixth with 194.825.

The all-around champion also came from the evening session when Alabama's Kim Jacob posted a 39.625. Defending champion Bridget Sloan of Florida lost a chance of a repeat with a fall on balance beam (38.975). Katherine Grable (Arkansas) and Alaina Johnson (Florida) tied for second with 39.600.

Oklahoma was near flawless to win the afternoon session, posting a 197.500. Georgia was second with 197.300 and LSU (197.100) grabbed the third and final spot from that session to advance tomorrow's Super Six Final. Failing to advance from session I: Stanford (196.600), Michigan (196.425) and Illinois (195.800).

The team championship will be decided Saturday evening, with apparatus finals on Sunday.

Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 17 April 2014 13:54    PDF Print
UEG Releases Women's Roster for Europeans
(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

The European Gymnastics Union has released the roster for the upcoming women's European championships, May 12-18 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Pictured: Romanian star Larisa Iordache

The European Gymnastics Union has released the roster for the upcoming women's European championships, May 12-18 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The official roster includes 149 seniors from 37 nations and 139 juniors from 35 countries.

The competition is for senior team and apparatus finals, and junior team, all-around and apparatus finals. The men's European championships will follow the same format and be held May 19-25 in Sofia.

The junior competition also serves as the fourth continental qualifier for this summer's Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. To be eligible for qualification, the female gymnasts must be born in 1999 and the male gymnasts in 1997 or 1998.

Larisa Iordache, the reigning balance beam champion from the 2013 European Championships in Moscow, will try to lead Romania to defend the team title it snatched from Russia in 2012.

Russia, led by world, Olympic and European champion Aliya Mustafina, has assembled a strong squad mixed of experience and youth. 2008 Olympian Yekaterina Kramarenko has replaced Viktoria Komova on the roster for the Russian women. Komova, who made her comeback at the Russian championships earlier this month after more than a year off, had been expected to compete on uneven bars and balance beam in Sofia.

Other strong teams with medal potential include Great Britain and Italy. Two-time Olympian Vanessa Ferrari, whose mother is a native of Bulgaria, will try to put Italy back on the podium once again.

Several teams have not officially announced their lineups, and can make substitutes up until 24 hours before the competition.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Women's European Championships
May 12 to 18, 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria

Senior Women
Elisa Hämmerle12/1/1995
Katharina Fa5/7/1994
Olivia Jochum12/1/1997
Hanna Grosch12/25/1991
Jasmin Mader12/16/1992
Yulia Inshina4/15/1995
Marina Nekrasova4/19/1995
Maria Smirnova10/13/1995
Anna Pavlova9/6/1987
Laura Waem8/5/1997
Lisa Verschueren6/14/1995
Gaelle Mys11/16/1991
Dorien Motten7/19/1991
Lin Versonnen9/13/1989
Katsiaryna Fiadutsik5/7/1997
Anastasia Yekimenka6/14/1996
Yulia Khramiankova12/22/1998
Natalia Karpovich3/3/1998
Anastasia Miklashevich8/10/1996
Valentina Rashkova1992
Ralitsa Mileva1993
Monika Romanova1998
Yanitsa Dobreva1996
Albena Zlatkova1993
Ana Derek9/4/1998
Ana Poscic11/24/1998
Stella Petran6/14/1996
Ema Kajic3/9/1996
Petra Furac7/14/1998
Rafaella Zannettou10/29/1997
Jana Sikulova7/2/1988
Kristyna Palesova2/22/1991
Petra Fialova10/4/1998
Anna-Maria Kanyai2/19/1998
Mette Hulgaard9/28/1988
Michelle Lauritsen4/16/1988
Mathilde Kirk8/8/1994
Sarah El-Dabagh7/10/1996
Kirstine Sondergaard12/25/1997
Roxana Popa6/2/1997
Cintia Rodriguez11/16/1994
Claudia Colom9/26/1998
Laura Gamell5/7/1998
Ana Perez12/14/1997
Rosanna Ojala12/27/1994
Anna Erika Pakkala3/5/1995
Elina Ahmala8/29/1998
Miina Kokkonen2/22/1996
Paula Tiitta7/9/1994
Marine Brevet11/23/1994
Valentine Pikul9/4/1997
Youna Dufournet10/19/1993
Claire Martin5/12/1998
Valentine Sabatou9/8/1996
Ruby Harrold6/4/1996
Rebecca Tunney10/26/1996
Rebecca Downie1/24/1992
Hannah Whelan7/1/1992
Claudia Fragapane10/24/1997
Nato Dzidziguri3/17/1996
Tamara Chachua6/11/1998
Elisabeth Seitz11/4/1993
Pauline Schaefer1/4/1997
Sophie Scheder1/7/1997
Kim Bui1/20/1989
Janine Berger4/21/1996
Vasiliki Millousi5/4/1984
Maria Simou12/18/1997
Evangelia Plyta1/24/1997
Ioanna Xoulogi4/16/1992
Maria Trichopoulou4/19/1995
Dorina Böczögö2/15/1992
Tünde Csillag9/20/1991
Noemi Makra11/18/1997
Boglarka Toth7/21/1997
Eszter Romhanyi9/6/1994
India McPeak1/18/1996
Nicole Mawhinney4/24/1996
Ellis O'Reilly2/23/1998
Sarah Beck1/18/1997
Ciara Roberts3/26/1998
Agnes Suto10/8/1992
Andrea Orradottir11/28/1995
Norma Robertsdottir4/16/1996
Sigridur Bergthorsdottir4/10/1998
Thelma Hermannsdottir6/17/1993
Gaya Giladi6/14/1998
Vanessa Ferrari11/10/1990
Erika Fasana2/17/1996
Elisa Meneghini7/24/1997
Giorgia Campana5/16/1995
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