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Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 10 April 2014 20:14    PDF Print
Belyavsky Defends Russian All-Around Title
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



European champion David Belyavsky successfully defended his all-around title Thursday at the Russian men's national gymnastics championships in Penza. Pictured: All-around medalists Nikita Ignatyev, Nikita Lezhankin and Belyavsky

European champion David Belyavsky successfully defended his all-around title Thursday at the Russian men's national gymnastics championships in Penza.

Belyavsky (Yekaterinburg) topped Nikita Ignatyev (Leninsk-Kuznetsky) by nearly 2 full points, 89.899-87.933. Nikita Lezhankin, another Yekaterinburg gymnast, won the bronze medal with 86.166.

Olympic team captain Emin Garibov was absent with a shoulder injury, while University Games champion Nikolai Kuksenkov competed four events only because of a sprained ankle.

On Wednesday, Artur Dalaloyan led Moscow to the junior team title over Volga and Siberia. Dalaloyan qualified second to Friday's all-around final behind Valentin Starikov (Syzran) in the Master of Sport category. Alexander Sychugov was the top gymnast in the Candidate for Master of Sport category.

The competition from Penza is available via live streaming video on the official Russian Gymnastics Federation website.

External Link: Russian Gymnastics Federation

2014 Russian Men's Gymnastics Championships
April 9-10, Penza

Junior TeamFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Moscow 70.400 66.965 68.866 67.965 66.799 65.833 406.828
Artur Dalaloyan 14.600 12.833 14.600 14.766 13.833 14.000
Matvei Tsygankov 12.533 13.166 12.100 12.800
Maxim Ulyankin 13.400 12.766 12.633 12.600
Alexander Sychugov 14.000 14.333 13.400 13.200 13.300
Nikita Nagorny 13.900 14.500 14.000 14.766 13.766 13.633
Dmitry Lankin 14.500 13.700 12.600 13.800 12.800
2. Volga 1 68.200 63.665 70.465 68.398 67.032 67.200 404.960
Ildar Yuskaev 12.900 13.466 13.900 13.900 13.000
Maxim Sinichkin 13.600 11.733 14.100 13.033 13.100 13.600
Vitaly Vanifatov 13.500 12.633 13.566 13.100
Andrei Makolov 13.100 14.066 14.266 12.866
Valentin Starikov 14.500 13.200 13.833 14.566 14.600 14.100
Nikita Simonov 13.700 12.166 14.566 12.900 13.400
3. Siberia 67.766 65.999 62.966 63.966 67.464 65.000 393.161
Alexander Bogatyrev 12.633 13.800 12.066 13.966 13.100
Nikita Letnikov 12.900 12.133 12.533 12.400 13.433 12.800
Kirill Kozin 13.766 11.600 13.300 13.066 13.000
Nikolai Shadurkin 13.500 14.200 11.133 12.000 13.100
Denis Yurov 13.400 13.433 12.433 13.000
Kirill Potapov 14.200 13.600 13.900 14.200 14.566
4. Central 67.533 65.232 65.599 65.531 64.599 60.466 388.960
Eduard Dzhomidava 13.500 12.533 12.766 12.300 11.066
Timur Bairamov 13.000 12.633 13.300 11.666 12.000 11.500
Yuri Khlebnikov 13.100 13.900 12.500 12.733 12.200
Dmitry Govorov 12.366 12.866 13.966 13.166 12.400
Konstantin Kuzovkov 13.600 13.200 14.133
Ilya Kibartas 14.333 13.133 14.400 13.000 14.400 13.300
5. Volga 2 64.700 63.333 64.331 65.066 65.932 63.900 387.262
Alexander Chicherov 12.500 13.033 12.966 13.200
Dmitry Osipov 12.600 12.700 12.166 13.800 12.966 13.100
Artyom Pleshkin 12.600 12.500 13.133 13.533 13.433
Artyom Arnaut 13.800 12.600 13.133 13.133 13.500 12.500
Insaf Idiyatullin 13.200 12.500 12.933 12.300 13.400 13.300
Alexei Rybakov 12.300 12.633 11.800
6. Urals 64.432 63.199 64.066 65.366 63.564 62.631 383.258
Nikita Vasilyev 12.600 12.700 13.400 12.900 11.866 12.533
Nikolai Anikeyev 12.266 11.833 11.600 11.866 11.266
Viktor Britan 13.300 13.800 14.000 15.000 13.833 13.766
Valery Krasnov 11.300
Dmitry Kirpichenko 13.266 11.266 11.833 13.000 13.433 12.300
Ivan Cherkashev 13.000 13.600 13.233 13.166 12.566 12.766
7. South 65.465 63.333 63.393 63.165 63.065 62.433 380.854
Nikita Nagorny 13.900 14.500 14.000 14.766 13.766 13.633
Dmitry Lankin 14.500 11.100 13.700 12.600 13.800 12.800
Sergei Yeltsov 13.633 14.533 13.733 13.233 12.466 14.400
Pavel Strogonov 12.366 11.700 11.700 10.900
Yuri Verenikin 11.500 11.060 11.466 10.700
Yevgeny Kamin 11.066 10.900 11.100 11.333
8. Far East 58.766 54.899 44.300 59.165 61.000 56.766 334.896
Igor Butov 12.400 10.800 9.900 12.000 11.300 10.700
Alexander Borisov 10.800 10.300 11.433 12.000 10.366
Bogdan Anfilogov 12.133 11.600 11.500 11.300 12.100 12.700
Dmitry Tkachuk 11.600 9.866 12.200 13.066 13.100 11.900
Vladimir Mironov 11.833 12.333 10.700 11.366 12.500 11.100
9. St. Petersburg 50.766 50.366 48.266 50.232 52.133 47.800 299.563
Daniil Monakhov 12.000 12.700 12.100 12.500 11.800 11.700
Sargis Arakelyan 12.700 13.466 10.566 12.366 13.433 11.000
Nikita Ivanov 13.000 11.400 12.000 12.633 12.500 11.700
Vladislav Malozemov
Denis Kolpakov 13.066 12.800 13.600 12.733 14.400 13.400

Senior All-Around Final FXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. David Belyavsky Urals/Volga 15.100 15.600 14.300 15.233 15.000 14.666 89.899
2. Nikita Ignatyev Siberia 15.000 14.800 15.033 13.600 14.500 15.000 87.933
3. Nikita Lezhankin Urals 14.900 14.700 14.366 14.300 14.000 13.900 86.166
4. Andrei Cherkasov Siberia 14.900 12.633 14.000 15.100 15.033 14.300 85.966
5. Igor Pakhomenko Siberia 14.300 13.633 14.166 14.566 13.833 14.700 85.198
6. Kirill Prokopyev Central 14.800 13.833 14.500 14.600 13.633 13.800 85.166
7. Vladislav Kozin St. Petersburg 14.600 12.766 14.800 14.400 13.700 14.200 84.466
8. Vladislav Polyashov Volga 13.100 14.733 14.100 14.833 14.600 13.000 84.366
9. Roman Suetin Urals 12.900 14.133 14.700 14.766 13.600 13.900 83.999
10. Dmitry Gogotov St. Petersburg 12.700 14.533 14.600 14.300 14.100 13.700 83.933
11. Alexei Rostov Moscow 14.200 14.000 14.266 13.100 14.100 13.800 83.466
12. Mikhail Kudashov Urals 14.100 13.800 13.600 14.600 14.200 12.700 83.000
13. Andrei Lagutov Siberia 14.400 13.166 13.466 13.900 14.000 13.900 82.832
14. Pavel Pavlov Volga 12.900 13.333 15.200 14.100 14.400 11.766 81.699
15. Grigory Zyryanov Siberia 11.900 13.566 13.800 14.466 14.200 13.700 81.632
16. Alexander Fafashkin Moscow 13.900 12.766 12.966 14.300 13.500 13.200 80.632
17. Alexei Kosyanov Moscow 13.800 13.266 13.300 13.500 12.600 12.900 79.366
18. Vilyam Katyn Volga 13.500 14.066 13.133 13.000 12.800 12.800 79.299
19. Filipp Chuglazov Northwest 14.300 11.900 13.500 12.066 14.466 12.700 78.932
20. Maxim Semagin Central 13.700 12.933 12.866 12.833 13.600 12.800 78.732
21. Sergei Stepanov Volga 11.000 12.966 14.366 13.166 13.800 13.400 78.698
22. Viktor Cherepanov Siberia 13.100 13.800 12.500 13.300 13.300 12.300 78.300
23. Nikolai Ostaf Urals 13.500 13.700 12.933 12.433 13.133 12.300 77.999
24. Vyacheslav Veselov Moscow 12.200 13.033 12.200 14.033 13.400 13.000 77.866
25. Gleb Garmash St. Petersburg 12.600 12.500 12.800 13.466 13.200 12.600 77.166
26. Shamil Gatiyatov Volga 13.600 12.033 12.200 13.400 13.300 12.300 76.833
27. Alexander Myakinin Moscow 12.700 14.100 12.966 12.133 11.300 13.300 76.499
28. Alexei Balandin Northwest 12.900 13.766 13.800 12.433 12.200 11.100 76.199
29. Alexei Shirokikh Volga 13.200 11.100 13.200 13.400 12.400 12.800 76.100
30. Mikhail Tarlo Far East 12.500 13.000 12.500 12.400 13.400 11.800 75.600
31. Mark Antushev Volga 11.500 12.233 12.900 13.400 12.800 11.400 74.233
32. Alexei Bogdanov Central 13.300 12.733 12.100 12.533 12.500 10.966 74.132
33. Sergei Danilenko Urals 11.100 12.133 12.433 13.400 11.700 12.700 73.466
34. Vadim Yegorov Siberia 12.900 13.000 11.300 11.533 12.900 11.800 73.433
35. Alexander Grishin South 11.900 12.800 12.100 12.333 12.000 12.200 73.333
36. Igor Ilinykh Siberia 12.300 11.100 13.000 13.600 11.200 11.200 72.400
37. Georgy Vertelov Far East 12.200 11.800 12.600 12.433 10.900 11.300 71.233
38. Mikhail Zakharov Volga 12.400 11.700 12.233 12.033 10.500 12.100 70.966
39. Ilya Zakrevsky Urals 12.200 11.100 12.433 13.200 12.500 8.700 70.133
40. Pavel Belousov Far East 12.400 11.800 10.900 12.966 10.900 9.800 68.766
41. Kirill Stolyarov South 11.100 10.166 10.900 12.400 13.100 10.900 68.566
42. Maxim Tretyakov Far East 11.200 10.833 11.100 13.266 11.300 10.800 68.499
43. Anton Neudakin Central 13.200 14.066 14.200 14.300 12.600 68.366
44. Andrei Smirnov Central 11.900 10.933 10.866 12.200 12.200 9.900 67.999
45. Dmitry Kharkov Volga 12.600 11.700 13.300 0.000 14.000 13.600 65.200
46. Dmitry Radionov St. Petersburg/ South 13.300 13.566 13.200 13.300 10.700 64.066
47. Nikolai Kuksenkov Central 14.700 15.333 15.200 14.800 60.033
48. Ilya Kabanov South 12.600 5.800 6.900 12.200 11.100 10.100 58.700
49. Matvei Petrov Northwest 15.800 15.033 14.333 13.200 58.366
50. Artyom Vasin Volga 11.300 12.000 14.100 10.600 10.200 58.200
51. Yevgeny Vasilev Central 13.800 13.900 14.166 12.700 54.566
52. Anton Sharikov St. Petersburg 13.100 12.633 13.033 13.000 51.766
53. Denis Ablyazin Volga/Moscow 15.200 16.000 15.333 46.533
54. Alexander Balandin Central/Northwest 13.100 15.900 15.166 44.166
55. Khadzhimurat Pseunov South 10.166 10.533 11.166 11.300 43.165
56. Alexander Ilin St. Petersburg 14.600 14.166 13.466 42.232
57. Alexei Bykov South 13.500 13.333 13.766 40.599
58. Maxim Khodykin Central/Northwest 12.633 13.900 13.966 40.499
59. Andrei Perevoznikov Central 15.300 12.800 12.000 40.100
60. Ismail Abdurakhmanov Siberia 12.300 13.300 11.900 37.500
61. Mikhail Andreyev Volga 10.600 12.000 9.700 32.300
62. Mikhail Simakov Central 11.800 12.666 24.466
63. Dmitry Turayev Volga 11.500 12.800 24.300

All-Around Qualification (MS)FXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Valentin Starikov Volga-1 14.500 13.200 13.833 14.566 14.600 14.100 84.799
2. Artur Dalaloyan Moscow 14.600 12.833 14.600 14.766 13.833 14.000 84.632
3. Nikita Nagorny Moscow/South 13.900 14.500 14.000 14.766 13.766 13.633 84.565
4. Viktor Britan Urals 13.300 13.800 14.000 15.000 13.833 13.766 83.699
5. Ilya Kibartas Central 14.333 13.133 14.400 13.000 14.400 13.300 82.566
6. Kirill Potapov Siberia 14.200 13.600 13.900 14.200 14.566 11.800 82.266
7. Sergei Yelcov South 13.633 14.533 13.733 13.233 12.466 14.400 81.998
8. Denis Kolpakov St. Petersburg 13.066 12.800 13.600 12.733 14.400 13.400 79.999
9. Nikita Simonov Volga-1 13.700 12.166 14.566 12.233 12.900 13.400 78.965
10. Dmitry Lankin Moscow/South 14.500 11.100 13.700 12.600 13.800 12.800 78.500
11. Ivan Cherkashev Urals 13.000 13.600 13.233 13.166 12.566 12.766 78.331
12. Alexander Bogatyrev Siberia 12.600 12.633 13.800 12.066 13.966 13.100 78.165
13. Stanislav Khegai Moscow 14.100 12.533 13.600 12.433 12.466 12.566 77.698
14. Georgy Mikheev Siberia 13.066 12.766 13.800 12.266 13.200 12.500 77.598
15. Vitaly Vanifatov Volga-1 13.500 11.000 13.533 12.633 13.566 13.100 77.332
16. Dmitry Osipov Volga-2 12.600 12.700 12.166 13.800 12.966 13.100 77.332
17. Sergei Krivunec South 13.733 12.600 13.000 12.366 13.066 11.666 76.431
18. Artyom Pleshkin Volga-2 12.600 12.500 13.133 13.533 13.433 11.200 76.399
19. Fyodor Baitsurov Siberia 12.966 13.333 12.100 13.100 12.700 12.200 76.399
20. Artyom Samsonov Moscow 13.100 12.700 12.700 12.200 13.100 12.433 76.233
21. Konstantin Semyonov Siberia 11.600 11.600 13.400 13.100 13.400 13.000 76.100
22. Rem Akov North Caucasus 13.500 12.266 12.966 13.166 13.100 11.000 75.998
23. Konstantin Kuzovkov Central 13.600 13.200 12.066 14.133 11.900 10.900 75.799
24. Nikolai Shadurkin Siberia 13.500 14.200 11.133 12.000 11.800 13.100 75.733
25. Dmitry Kirpichenko Urals 13.266 11.266 11.833 13.000 13.433 12.300 75.098
26. Nikita Nikitin Siberia 13.200 12.000 11.400 13.266 12.800 11.533 74.199
27. Dari Morozov Moscow 13.766 14.200 9.366 13.066 11.200 12.533 74.131
28. Eduard Dzhomidava Central 13.500 11.600 12.533 12.766 12.300 11.066 73.765
29. Nikita Ivanov St. Petersburg 13.000 11.400 12.000 12.633 12.500 11.700 73.233
30. Alexei Kozlov Moscow 11.900 10.600 13.200 13.166 11.566 12.000 72.432
31. Alexei Rybakov Volga-2 11.700 11.600 11.333 12.300 12.633 11.800 71.366
32. Ruslan Maximov Volga 11.633 11.966 10.533 12.266 12.033 10.833 69.264
33. Ivan Tsvetkov Central 12.700 10.000 9.833 12.366 11.833 11.800 68.532
34. Igor Butov Far East 12.400 10.800 9.900 12.000 11.300 10.700 67.100
35. Alexander Borisov Far East 10.800 10.300 11.433 12.000 10.366 54.899
36. Vladislav Afanasyev South 12.666 10.800 5.133 4.900 13.266 46.765
37. Alexei Kanesev Volga 13.866 11.200 25.066
38. Konstantin Babenko South 11.666 11.800 23.466

All-Around Qualification (CMS)FXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Alexander Sychugov Moscow 14.000 14.333 13.400 13.200 13.300 12.400 80.633
2. Maxim Sinichkin Volga-1 13.600 11.733 14.100 13.033 13.100 13.600 79.166
3. Ildar Yuskaev Volga-1 12.900 13.466 13.900 13.900 12.000 13.000 79.166
4. Artyom Arnaut Volga-2 13.800 12.600 13.133 13.133 13.500 12.500 78.666
5. Andrei Makolov Volga-1 11.600 13.100 14.066 14.266 12.866 12.600 78.498
6. Insaf Idiyatullin Volga-2 13.200 12.500 12.933 12.300 13.400 13.300 77.633
7. Dmitry Govorov Central 12.600 12.366 12.866 13.966 13.166 12.400 77.364
8. Roman Maslennikov Moscow 13.800 11.733 12.700 14.100 12.800 11.866 76.999
9. Artyom Yermilichev Volga 13.100 13.800 12.166 12.900 12.533 12.133 76.632
10. Kirill Kozin Siberia 13.766 11.600 11.600 13.300 13.066 13.000 76.332
11. Nikita Letnikov Siberia 12.900 12.133 12.533 12.400 13.433 12.800 76.199
12. Maxim Ulyankin Moscow 13.400 12.766 12.800 12.633 11.966 12.600 76.165
13. Yuri Khlebnikov Central 13.100 13.900 12.500 11.633 12.733 12.200 76.066
14. Nikita Vasilev Urals 12.600 12.700 13.400 12.900 11.866 12.533 75.999
15. Alexander Chicherov Volga-2 12.500 13.033 12.966 11.633 12.400 13.200 75.732
16. Matvei Tsygankov Moscow 13.100 12.533 13.166 11.933 12.100 12.800 75.632
17. Denis Yurov Siberia 13.400 13.433 11.033 11.933 12.433 13.000 75.232
18. Kirill Ivanov Volga 12.500 12.733 12.033 13.166 12.700 11.000 74.132
19. Timur Bairamov Central 13.000 12.633 13.300 11.666 12.000 11.500 74.099
20. Sargis Arakelyan St. Petersburg 12.700 13.466 10.566 12.366 13.433 11.000 73.531
21. Daniil Monakhov St. Petersburg 12.000 12.700 12.100 12.500 11.800 11.700 72.800
22. Dmitry Zacepin Moscow 12.700 12.966 11.933 11.466 11.300 12.200 72.565
23. Denis Kulebyakin Volga 11.700 11.100 13.266 13.166 13.266 9.700 72.198
24. Dmitry Tkachuk Far East 11.600 9.866 12.200 13.066 13.100 11.900 71.732
25. Bogdan Anfilogov Far East 12.133 11.600 11.500 11.300 12.100 12.700 71.333
26. Pavel Balandin Volga 12.300 12.200 11.333 13.266 10.400 11.000 70.499
27. Nikolai Anikeyev Urals 12.266 11.833 11.600 11.066 11.866 11.266 69.897
28. Maxim Nikonorov Volga 12.500 12.500 11.800 10.700 12.566 9.800 69.866
29. Vladimir Mironov Far East 11.833 12.333 10.700 11.366 12.500 11.100 69.832
30. Anton Morozov Volga 12.500 10.400 11.933 12.100 10.400 12.333 69.666
31. Valery Krasnov Urals 11.600 11.033 11.200 11.300 11.533 10.666 67.332
32. Yuri Verenikin South 11.000 11.500 11.060 11.466 11.500 10.700 67.226
33. Yevgeny Tikhonov Volga 10.166 11.700 12.166 10.433 12.000 10.366 66.831
34. Denis Uskov Volga 11.966 9.500 10.133 10.733 10.533 11.066 63.931
35. Yevgeny Kamin South 11.066 9.100 10.900 11.100 11.333 10.200 63.699
36. Pavel Strogonov South 12.366 11.700 4.533 10.900 11.700 10.900 62.099
37. Anar Musayev South 12.000 10.433 22.433

International Gymnast magazine's recent coverage of Russian male gymnasts includes:
"Getting a Grip" - photo gallery includig Danill Kazachkov and Denis Ablyazin (April 2014)
"Growing with the Flow" - Alexander Balandin profile (December 2013)
"European Ruler" - David Belyavsky profile (July/August 2013)
Yuri Korovyov cover photo, Hall of Fame induction and interview (June 2013)
2013 European Championships coverage, featuring Belyavsky (May 2011)
Alexander Tkatchev and Leonid Arkayev interviews (July/August 2011)
Tkatchev and Arkayev - Hall of Fame induction feature (June 2011)
Nikolai Andrianov tribute (June 2011)
"From Russia with Love" - Georgy Grebenkov/Lyudmila Yezhova feature (May 2011)
"Serious Contender" - Nikolai Kuksenkov profile (March 2011)
"New Gymnastics Dynasty" - Nikolai Kryukov/Anna Kovalyova feature (January/February 2011)
"Pipe Dream" Alexander Pogorelov update (September 2010)
"1987 Worlds Revisited" including Dmitry Bilozerchev memoir (May 2010)
2010 American Cup coverage featuring winner Maxim Devyatovsky (April 2010)
"Nobody's Perfect" photo gallery, including Devyatovsky (March 2010)

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Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 10 April 2014 19:05    PDF Print
Japan, Ta Take Titles in Tashkent
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



The Japanese men won the team title over China and Uzbekistan as the 13th Junior Asian Championships began Thursday in Tashkent.

The Japanese men won the team title as the 13th Junior Asian Championships began Thursday in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

After the Pan American and African championships in March, the event in Tashkent is the third qualifier to the II Youth Olympiad. In Tashkent, up to nine females and 10 males can earth berths for their nations to the Youth Olympics, which takes place in August in Nanjing, China. The fourth and final qualifier is next month's Junior European championships in Sofia.

Yuto Kato led Japan to first place over rival China, 248.900-245.300. Uzbekistan finished third with 236.500.

Japan had the top team total on every event except for parallel bars, where China bested the field.

In a tight fight for the all-around medals, China's Ta Yinga edged Kato, 82.500-82.400. Japan's Hibiki Arayashiki won the bronze, just .05 behind his teammate.

Ta turned 16 in February, while Kato turned 17 on April 4. Arayashiki turns 17 in July.

The competition is the most significant artistic gymnastics event organized in Tashkent, involving more than 260 gymnasts, coaches and judges from 22 nations across Asia. The event is well organized, said Thai coach Ackarach Chankrung.

"The championship is organized in accordance with international requirements, and it has all the amenities for the participants and guests of the championship," Chankrung said. "We have heard about the success of Uzbek gymnasts at international competitions. After arriving, we realized that this is no accident. We have to be envious that (the country) pays more attention to the development of sport and creates opportunities for youth athletics."

Competition continues Friday with the women's team and all-around final.

External Link: Uzbekistan Gymnastics Federation

13th Junior Asian Championships
April 10, 2014, Tashkent

Men's Team FXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1. Japan42.20042.70041.40042.30040.20040.100248.900
Ryo Iwasa13.80013.90014.150
Hibiki Arayashiki14.20014.10013.40013.85013.70013.100
Yuto Kato14.20014.30013.80014.05012.95013.100
Tatsuki Tanaka14.30013.70013.55013.900
Fumiya Kitamura13.35013.65014.10012.65012.900
2. China41.60040.85039.60041.80041.45040.000245.300
Hu Xuwei13.25013.20010.80013.75014.60013.900
Ma Yue14.05013.45014.15013.65013.10011.400
Ta Yinga13.75013.85013.60014.40013.15013.750
Wen Weichong13.80013.55013.250
Chang Hongming11.85013.70012.350
3. Uzbekistan40.45040.05037.40039.85040.10038.650236.500
Timur Kadirov13.75014.35012.45014.15013.55013.300
Elyor Islomov13.65012.55012.80013.40013.45012.900
Aziz Saidumarov13.05011.80012.30013.10012.450
Khamid Sodikov13.05011.95012.15013.00011.550
Mirabzal Fozilov13.15011.950
4. Kazakhstan40.75039.95038.50039.50038.55038.800236.050
Akim Mussayev13.95014.70012.300
Milad Karimi13.10013.00013.250
Stanislav Kadantsev13.05012.10013.10012.85013.20012.450
Yerbol Jantykov13.75013.00012.70012.35012.35013.100
Alikhan Raspekov12.55012.25012.70013.55012.15011.700
5. Korea40.75036.75038.05038.65037.65038.100229.950
Im Changdo12.00011.95012.65012.55011.75011.350
Lim Myongwoo13.60011.95013.00012.60012.70013.050
Choi Minuk12.850
Kang Pyeonghwan13.85011.65013.10012.15012.500
Lee Won Seok13.30011.90012.40012.95012.80012.550
6. Thailand41.20037.65036.60040.25036.80036.150228.650
Nattipong Aeadwong13.80013.40012.90014.10012.50012.700
Anawin Phothong13.35011.70010.70012.95011.45012.250
Watcharaphon Phimphila12.10010.95011.150
Thikumporn Surinthorntha14.05012.55012.80013.20012.85011.200
Natchanan Suwanwong10.00010.90011.400
7. Chinese Taipei38.50035.75037.30037.70037.35036.800223.400
Lin Guan-Yi12.60011.75012.90013.15012.00011.650
Tseng Wei-Sheng11.95011.40011.90012.55012.35012.100
Su Ping-Chuan13.05011.20012.30012.450
Fang Shih-Yen12.85012.60012.10012.00012.55013.050
8. India39.30036.10034.05036.700(10)37.65036.400220.200
Adhijeet Kumar12.85012.45010.40012.45013.20011.750
Arik Dey13.85012.10010.65012.35010.90012.350
Prem Rajan Patil12.25010.10012.40011.35012.25010.100
Saif Sadik Tamboli12.60011.55011.00011.90012.20012.300
9. Mongolia38.10033.75033.00037.35035.30033.600211.100
Enkhtulga Altansukh12.55012.25011.30013.00011.70011.100
Jargalsaikhan Altantsooj12.70010.95010.85011.60012.15010.450
Nomondalai Jamiyankhuu12.85010.55010.85012.75011.45012.050
10. Malaysia38.55024.00034.10039.85032.80033.950203.250
Jeremiah Loo13.10012.10012.55012.40013.55012.550
Azroy Amierol Jaafar12.8508.35011.15014.0509.2509.700
Muhammad Othman12.6003.55010.40013.40010.00011.700
11. Sri Lanka33.05030.95031.00035.75036.35025.900193.000
Sahan Thejana Peiris10.50010.45010.45012.60012.8009.100
Ruchira Sanjana Fernando6.15010.20010.15010.75011.7006.700
Hansa Kumarasinghege7.80010.40011.7509.050
Bimsara Dolapallege11.55012.400
Udayantha Karunathilaka11.00010.3009.05010.15011.8007.750

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Ta Yinga13.75013.85013.60014.40013.15013.75082.500
2.Yuto Kato14.20014.30013.80014.05012.95013.10082.400
3.Hibiki Arayashiki14.20014.10013.40013.85013.70013.10082.350
4.Timur Kadirov13.75014.35012.45014.15013.55013.30081.550
5.Ma Yue14.05013.45014.15013.65013.10011.40079.800
6.Hu Xuwei13.25013.20010.80013.75014.60013.90079.500
7.Nattipong Aeadwong13.80013.40012.90014.10012.50012.70079.400
8.Elyor Islomov13.65012.55012.80013.40013.45012.90078.750
9.Yerbol Jantykov13.75013.00012.70012.35012.35013.10077.250
10.Lim Myongwoo13.60011.95013.00012.60012.70013.05076.900
11.Stanislav Kadantsev13.05012.10013.10012.85013.20012.45076.750
12.Thikumporn Surinthorntha14.05012.55012.80013.20012.85011.20076.650
13.Tran Dinh Vuong12.90012.75012.50013.00012.35012.80076.300
14.Jeremiah Loo13.10012.10012.55012.40013.55012.55076.250
15.Lee Won Seok13.30011.90012.40012.95012.80012.55075.900
16.Fang Shih-Yen12.85012.60012.10012.00012.55013.05075.150
17.Alikhan Raspekov12.55012.25012.70013.55012.15011.70074.900
18.Lin Guan-Yi12.60011.75012.90013.15012.00011.65074.050
19.Adhijeet Kumar12.85012.45010.40012.45013.20011.75073.100
20.Anawin Phothong13.35011.70010.70012.95011.45012.25072.400
21.Im Changdo12.00011.95012.65012.55011.75011.35072.250
22.Tseng Wei-Sheng11.95011.40011.90012.55012.35012.10072.250
23.Arik Dey13.85012.10010.65012.35010.90012.35072.200
24.Enkhtulga Altansukh12.55012.25011.30013.00011.70011.10071.900
25.Saif Sadik Tamboli12.60011.55011.00011.90012.20012.30071.550
26.Mohammad Eid Krouma13.0009.50012.15012.95012.70010.65070.950
27.Yazan Abendeh11.85012.0509.30013.40012.60011.55070.750
28.Nomondalai Jamiyankhuu12.85010.55010.85012.75011.45012.05070.500
29.Yasir Aldulaimi11.20012.6509.45011.75012.55012.00069.600
30.Ihsan Al-Khaboori12.15012.20011.95012.05011.3009.55069.200
31.Jargalsaikhan Altantsooj12.70010.95010.85011.60012.15010.45068.700
32.Prem Rajan Patil12.25010.10012.40011.35012.25010.10068.450
33.Albert Lopez12.45012.85010.25011.15010.8009.90067.400
34.Fumiya Kitamura13.35013.65014.10012.65012.90066.650
35.Sahan Thejana Peiris10.50010.45010.45012.60012.8009.10065.900
36.Azroy Amierol Jaafar12.8508.35011.15014.0509.2509.70065.350
37.Essa Jaffar Aijumaian11.30010.20010.45010.65011.8509.70064.150
38.Kang Pyeonghwan13.85011.65013.10012.15012.50063.250
39.Aziz Saidumarov13.05011.80012.30013.10012.45062.700
40.Khamid Sodikov13.05011.95012.15013.00011.55061.700
41.Muhammad Othman12.6003.55010.40013.40010.00011.70061.650
42.Mui Feng12.50010.90010.60012.0505.7509.25061.050
43.Udayantha Karunathilaka11.00010.3009.05010.15011.8007.75060.050
44.Lee Man Hin12.4005.8509.80012.05010.7506.45057.300
45.Ruchira Sanjana Fernando6.15010.20010.15010.75011.7006.70055.650
46.Tatsuki Tanaka14.30013.70013.55013.90055.450
47.Erik Mennibaev11.4002.10010.95011.5006.7009.55052.200
48.Roman Pak10.6504.3006.20010.4509.25010.15051.000
49.Su Ping-Chuan13.05011.20012.30012.45049.000
50.Ali Ibrahim Almobireek11.95010.25010.60011.5503.75048.100
51.Nguyen Van Dat12.2509.15013.20010.65045.250
52.Ryo Iwasa13.80013.90014.15041.850
53.Akim Mussayev13.95014.70012.30040.950
54.Wen Weichong13.80013.55013.25040.600
55.Milad Karimi13.10013.00013.25039.350
56.Hansa Kumarasinghege7.80010.40011.7509.05039.000
57.Chang Hongming11.85013.70012.35037.900
58.Watcharaphon Phimphila12.10010.95011.15034.200
59.Natchanan Suwanwong10.00010.90011.40032.300
60.Mirabzal Fozilov13.15011.95025.100
61.Bimsara Dolapallege11.55012.40023.950
62.Choi Minuk12.85012.850

International Gymnast magazine's recent coverage of Asian gymnasts includes:

China
Deng Linlin two-page center poster (April 2013)
He Kexin cover photo (January/February 2010)
Huang Huidan two-page center poster (March 2014)
"Unbelievable" – Li Ning feature (June 2011)
Liu Yang two-page center poster (December 2013)
Tan Sixin cover photo, 14-page photo feature on IG's visit to Chinese national training center (June 2011)
Yao Jinnan on cover photo collage (July/August 2012)

Hong Kong
"Ready to Rock" – Wai Hung Shek profile (July/August 2012)
"Hope for Hong Kong" – Angel Wong profile (January/February 2011)

Japan
"Routine Maestro" – profile on Code of Points illustrator Koichi Endo (March 2010)
Yuya Kamoto cover photo, 2010 Youth Olympic Games coverage (October 2010)
Natsumi Sasada on cover photo collage (July/August 2010)
"Twist of Fate" – Kenzo Shirai interview (January/February 2014)
"10 Questions with Naoya Tsukahara" – interview (September 2013)
Koko Tsurumi two-page center poster (October 2010)
"Virtuoso!" - Kohei Uchimura profile (April 2010)
Kohei Uchimura cover photo and center poster, 2011 World Championships special issue (December 2011)
"10 Questions with Kohei Uchimura" – interview (April 2012)
"10 Questions with Shuko Uchimura (Kohei's mother)" interview (July/August 2012)
Kohei Uchimura cover photo, 2013 World Championships special issue (November 2013)

Korea
"The Next Step" – Yang Hak Seon interview (October 2013)

Malaysia
"Tracie Ang Takes Aim at 2011" – profile (March 2011)

Qatar
"Desert Oasis" – feature on IG's visit to Qatar national training center (January/February 2012)

Singapore
"True to Form" – Lim Heem Wei profile (June 2012)

Uzbekistan
"Catching up with Irina Baraksanova" – profile and small cover photo (July/August 2010)
"Swing Shift" – Anton Fokin profile (January/February 2012)
"Angular Precision" – Elvira Saadi feature (April 2013)

Vietnam
Phan Thi Ha Thanh cover photo and profile, feature on IG's visit to Vietnamese national training center (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    Thursday, 10 April 2014 09:53    PDF Print
Price Leads US Women's Sweep at Pacific Rim Championships
(5 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



World Cup champion Elizabeth Price led the U.S. women's squad to first place over Canada and China as the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships began Wednesday in Richmond, B.C., Canada.

World Cup champion Elizabeth Price led the U.S. women's squad to first place over Canada and China as the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships began Wednesday in Richmond, B.C., Canada.

The biennial competition features countries bordering the Pacific Ocean competing in artistic, rhythmic and trampoline gymnastics. This year's event included gymnasts from 15 nations, including Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Mexico and the United States. (Russia, which has participated in the past three events, did not send any gymnasts this year as it conflicted with the Russian national championships.)

The U.S. swept the gold medals, winning the team and both all-around gold medals for senior and junior women. Price topped world all-around silver medalist Kyla Ross, while Canada's Ellie Black won the bronze.

Price had the top score on every event except balance beam. She earned a high of 15.700 on vault for an Amanar and scored 15.100 on floor exercise (stuck double-double and double layout passes).

"It is cool to win the team gold and the all-around," Price said. "I haven't been to a team competition in a long time. To come back with this group of girls and hit all of our routines and win gold is a great experience."

Black bested the field on balance beam with 15.000 (6.6 Difficulty score).

"It was really exciting," Black said. "We were coming in to compete in the team event primarily and to come third in the all around at such a big competition was amazing."

U.S. junior national champion Bailie Key won the junior all-around title over teammate Nia Dennis. Teammate Norah Flatley had the third-best scored, but was bumped from podium by the two-per-country rule. China's Luo Huan, who finished .1 behind Flatley, instead took the bronze medal.

Competition continues Thursday with the men's team and all-around event. Video of the event will be broadcast live on the official website.

External Link: Official Website

2014 Pacific Rim Championships
April 9, Richmond, B.C.

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1.United States61.45058.75058.05058.750237.000
2.Canada58.50053.50055.15055.550222.700
3.China55.75056.30057.40052.950222.400
4.Japan56.15053.80052.05052.050214.050
5.Australia55.00053.75049.25051.700209.700
6.Taiwan49.85034.25043.85042.500170.450
7.Costa Rica35.65033.30038.65046.900154.500

Senior Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Elizabeth Price6.315.7006.415.0005.914.1006.015.10059.900
2.Kyla Ross5.815.3005.914.8005.714.4505.414.15058.700
3.Ellie Black5.514.7505.513.9506.615.0005.613.40057.100
4.Xie Yufen5.014.0006.414.4006.313.9004.913.10055.400
5.Aleeza Yu5.815.0005.312.8006.014.0505.413.50055.350
6.Georgia-Rose Brown5.014.2505.714.3005.613.5005.313.00055.050
7.Chinami Otaki5.014.0505.714.3504.913.1505.212.50054.050
8.Maegan Chant5.214.0505.212.9005.713.6005.713.25053.800
9.Mai Murakami5.014.0004.913.2005.113.1005.113.20053.500
10.Kiara Munteanu5.014.0505.713.7005.511.7005.312.80052.250
11.Charlotte Sullivan4.713.5004.711.9005.112.3505.713.45051.200
12.Courtney McGregor5.814.3004.710.6005.511.8505.513.50050.250
13.Valentina Brostella4.413.4003.210.6004.011.1504.913.05048.200
14.Dai Janessa Min Yi4.213.0004.111.2505.19.0504.812.85046.150
15.Lo Yu-Ju5.013.8503.27.4504.712.3004.412.25045.850
16.Anna Tempero4.212.8003.29.8004.810.2504.912.25045.100
17.Lin Tseng-Ning4.012.7004.410.8504.110.8504.810.35044.750
18.Peyton Ernst5.815.0505.914.6006.014.0500.00.00043.700
19.Wu Jhih-Han4.012.6001.88.3004.211.5503.410.20042.650
20.Karina Regidor4.012.2505.38.8005.110.0005.211.45042.500
21.Isabella Amado5.013.8500.00.0005.312.5005.113.30039.650
22.Ana Victoria De Leon4.212.7501.99.4503.610.2500.00.00032.450
23.Cristina Onofre4.212.5500.00.0004.86.8004.110.60029.950
24.Hiu Ying Angel Wong5.213.8000.00.0004.310.5500.00.00024.350
25.Ariana Orrego0.00.0000.00.0004.711.6004.812.70024.300
26.Jing Ying Joey Tam4.212.6000.00.0005.411.2500.00.00023.850
27.Ng Yuen Yin4.311.8500.00.0002.810.4000.00.00022.250
28.Leung Ka Man4.412.3500.00.0003.19.2000.00.00021.550

Junior Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Bailie Key5.815.3005.614.3506.314.8506.014.75059.250
2.Nia Dennis5.815.1505.414.0005.814.0505.914.75057.950
-Norah Flatley5.014.0505.714.2006.214.6505.213.95056.850
3.Luo Huan*5.014.0506.214.7006.014.1005.113.45056.300
5.Liu Tingting5.013.9505.713.8506.014.8005.113.60056.200
6.Rose-Kaying Woo5.014.1005.413.8505.713.6005.314.10055.650
7.Shallon Olsen5.814.7005.613.3505.711.9005.714.55054.500
8.Linlin Zhou4.613.7505.813.3505.914.6005.412.65054.350
9.Ayu Koike5.014.1004.913.2505.212.9505.413.45053.750
10.Marina Kawasaki5.014.0005.412.7505.412.8504.812.90052.500
11.Megane Roberts5.013.9005.011.8004.812.5005.514.10052.300
12.Aya Meggs5.013.8005.312.9504.510.8504.912.80050.400
13.Yurika Yumoto5.013.5504.913.0005.210.6505.112.10049.300
14.Yasmin Collier5.012.3505.012.7005.111.5505.311.90048.500
15.Ivanka Victory4.012.6501.87.8004.311.4005.112.55044.400
16.Heika Del Sol Salas4.010.7504.09.4003.59.2004.611.35040.700
17.Katrina Evangelista4.212.7001.06.6504.710.9504.210.00040.300
18.Emily Whitehead0.00.0004.812.9005.212.5005.013.10038.500
19.Liu Ying0.00.0005.613.0505.112.5005.312.80038.350
20.Huang Li-Ya2.410.7001.07.6503.99.1503.09.70037.200
21.Darcy Norman4.012.9005.812.8004.711.0500.00.00036.750
22.Mariana Andrade0.00.0002.17.3003.48.0503.811.55026.900
* Bronze medalist

International Gymnast magazine's coverage of Pacific Rim competitors includes:
"Canadian Diversity" - Ellie Black profile (July/August 2013)
"Black to Business" - Black interview (November 2012)
"Aiming to Top the Charts" - Maegan Chant interview (October 2013)
Nathan Gafuik interview (July/August 2010)
"Two Cheers for Colombia" - Jorge Giraldo profile (June 2008)
"Texas Dreams' Junior Hit" - Bailey Key profile (May 2013)
Key, Nia Dennis and Norah Flatley on front/back cover photo collage; feature/photo gallery on U.S. juniors including Key, Dennis and Flatley (October 2013)
"Making Tracks" - Scott Morgan profile (December 2013)
"Ready to Rise Again" – John Orozco center poster and profile (November 2012)
"Bronx Bomber" – Orozco interview (April 2012)
Elizabeth Price interview (April 2014)
"Full Price" - Price cover photo and profile (January/February 2013)
"Focus Forward" - Kyla Ross cover photo and interview (November 2012)
"Clutch Hitter" - Ross profile (November 2010)
Ross on cover photo collage (September 2010)
"Ready to Rock" - Wai Hung Shek profile (July/August 2012)
"Hope for Hong Kong" – Angel Wong profile (January/February 2011)

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Written by John Crumlish    Monday, 07 April 2014 20:15    PDF Print
Wong Vaults with Confidence Toward Asian Games, Worlds
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



After winning the bronze medal on vault at the recent FIG Challenger Cup in Doha, Angel Wong of Hong Kong told IG that she is eager for even better results in upcoming events including the Asian Games and world championships.

After winning the bronze medal on vault at the recent FIG Challenger Cup in Doha, Hiu Ying Angel Wong of Hong Kong told IG that she is eager for even better results in upcoming events including the Asian Games and world championships.

"Winning the bronze has really motivated me to get back into the gym and work even harder," said Wong, who will turn 27 next month. "Hopefully I can upgrade at least one of my vaults in time for the Asian Games."


Hiu Ying Angel Wong (Hong Kong)

Wong said she is now aiming for this fall's Asian Games in Incheon and worlds in Nanning. She placed 11th all-around and sixth on vault at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou.

"The Asian Games and world championships go one after the other," Wong said. "I would say the Asian Games is more important for me, and it only comes around once every four years! I think it works well that the Asian Games happens just before Worlds, so that I can really focus on that competition first. I reckon if I perform well at the Asian Games, that confidence will boost me to continue to do well at the worlds."

Wong said she was also pleased with her seventh-place vault finish at the FIG Challenger Cup/Tournament of Masters in Cottbus last month.

"We had a long break during the Chinese New Year and I had been recovering from injury, "she said. "So overall I was quite satisfied with my performance at Cottbus, although I performed better during qualifications than in finals. Cottbus was my first international competition this year. I consider it a ‘warm-up' competition, so to speak, to better prepare myself mentally for the upcoming meets."

Wong said competing on just vault made Cottbus a relaxing, educational experience for her.

"It wasn't too stressful, and I was also able to see what new upgrades and combinations other gymnasts were training," she said.

Wong said she will be especially busy in the coming months, since she is finishing her Masters degree in Sports and Leisure Management.

"By the end of July, I'll probably have everything done, and can really put 100 percent into preparation for the major competitions," she said. "We will most likely have a training camp just before the Games."

Wong competed at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, but she is not making forecasts about her participation in the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.

"I haven't really thought about Rio yet, but it would be wonderful to attend another Olympic Games," she said. "I try not to get ahead of myself or look too far. I'm at a point in my career where I feel I have no regrets, even if I quit now. I just want to enjoy gymnastics and take it one competition at a time."

For now, Wong is content to concentrate on the remainder of 2014.

"My focus is on doing well at the Asian Games and world championships this year, and then I will decide upon goals for next year," she told IG. "But I do hope to continue for as long as possible given that I stay healthy, and right now I feel great."

International Gymnast magazine's recent coverage of Asian gymnasts includes:

China
Deng Linlin two-page center poster (April 2013)
He Kexin cover photo (January/February 2010)
Huang Huidan two-page center poster (March 2014)
"Unbelievable" – Li Ning feature (June 2011)
Liu Yang two-page center poster (December 2013)
Tan Sixin cover photo, 14-page photo feature on IG's visit to Chinese national training center (June 2011)
Yao Jinnan on cover photo collage (July/August 2012)

Hong Kong
"Ready to Rock" – Wai Hung Shek profile (July/August 2012)
"Hope for Hong Kong" – Angel Wong profile (January/February 2011)

Japan
"Routine Maestro" – profile on Code of Points illustrator Koichi Endo (March 2010)
Yuya Kamoto cover photo, 2010 Youth Olympic Games coverage (October 2010)
Natsumi Sasada on cover photo collage (July/August 2010)
"Twist of Fate" – Kenzo Shirai interview (January/February 2014)
"10 Questions with Naoya Tsukahara" – interview (September 2013)
Koko Tsurumi two-page center poster (October 2010)
"Virtuoso!" - Kohei Uchimura profile (April 2010)
Kohei Uchimura cover photo and center poster, 2011 World Championships special issue (December 2011)
"10 Questions with Kohei Uchimura" – interview (April 2012)
"10 Questions with Shuko Uchimura (Kohei's mother)" interview (July/August 2012)
Kohei Uchimura cover photo, 2013 World Championships special issue (November 2013)

Korea
"The Next Step" – Yang Hak Seon interview (October 2013)

Malaysia
"Tracie Ang Takes Aim at 2011" – profile (March 2011)

Qatar
"Desert Oasis" – feature on IG's visit to Qatar national training center (January/February 2012)

Singapore
"True to Form" – Lim Heem Wei profile (June 2012)

Uzbekistan
"Catching up with Irina Baraksanova" – profile and small cover photo (July/August 2010)
"Swing Shift" – Anton Fokin profile (January/February 2012)
"Angular Precision" – Elvira Saadi feature (April 2013)

Vietnam
Phan Thi Ha Thanh cover photo and profile, feature on IG's visit to Vietnamese national training center (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    Monday, 07 April 2014 12:56    PDF Print
Makra Wins 20th Elek Matolay Memorial
(3 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)




Hungarian standout Noémi Makra won the all-around and three events at the 20th Elek Matolay Memorial Tournament, held Saturday and Sunday in Százhalombatta, Hungary.

Hungarian standout Noémi Makra won the all-around and three events at the 20th Elek Matolay Memorial Tournament, held Saturday and Sunday in Százhalombatta, Hungary.

The women's event included 72 gymnasts from Hungary and 10 other nations, including Croatia, Denmark, Israel, Netherlands and Russia.

Makra, who turned 16 in November, won the senior all-around title by nearly 7 points over Serbia's Tamara Mrdjenovic and Croatia's Ana Derek.

Last month, Makra was first on balance beam and third on uneven bars at the Tournament of Masters, a FIG World Challenge Cup in Cottbus. She trains in Békéscsaba under the same coaches who produced world and Olympic champion Henrietta Onodi.

"I am satisfied with today," Makra said after her all-around win on Saturday. "I'm happy because on uneven bars and vault I competed the new skills I did for the first time at the Cottbus World Cup tournament. Since I won the World Cup, I was a little more nervous on beam, as I was given a good introduction. I enjoyed the audience encouragement, but I also saw how much attention they gave for each gymnast as well."

The legendary Zoltán Magyar, now president of the Hungarian Gymnastics Federation, said he was as happy to see the large audience in Százhalombatta as he was to see Makra shine.

"It fills me with joy that Makra emerged from the pack, as does the fact that it was such a big audience who persisted throughout the day in a long and important competition," said Magyar, a two-time world and two-time Olympic champion on pommel horse.

Elek Matolay (1836-1883) was a pioneer in Hungarian physical education, particularly in gymnastics. In 1866, Matolay was one of the founders of what later became the Hungarian Gymnastics Federation and authored books on coaching and physical education.

External Link: Hungarian Gymnastics Federation

20th Elek Matolay Memorial Tournament
April 5-6, 2014, Százhalombatta, Hungary

Team CompetitionTotal
1.Denmark (Mette Hulgaard, Júlianna Csányi, Camille Rasmussen)137.775
2.Postás SE (Alexandra Rajcic, Patrícia Balogh, Csenge Bácskay)137.375
3.Dunaferr SE (Enikő Horváth, Dorina Miklós, Mirtill Morkovics)114.425

Senior All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Noémi MakraTC Békéscsaba5.014.4005.714.0505.814.0755.914.67557.200
2.Tamara MrdjenovicsVojvodina4.613.8754.612.0005.011.4255.013.30050.600
3.Ana DerekCroatia5.214.2253.38.6255.012.1505.013.17548.175
4.Mette HulgaardDenmark4.413.2753.910.9004.410.8754.912.12547.175
5.Alexandra RajcicVojvodina4.212.9254.610.2254.111.4004.511.30045.850
6.Gaya GiladiIsrael4.813.4004.29.5004.710.9004.911.42545.225
7.Boglárka TóthDelfin SI SE4.012.4252.69.6504.810.6504.611.95044.675
8.Petra FuracCroatia4.413.2752.17.1255.012.1504.111.70044.250
9.Ana PoscicCroatia4.012.7002.78.3254.910.6755.012.22543.925
10.Laura AertsNetherlands4.413.2002.15.9254.09.7754.611.30040.200
11.Enikő HorváthDunaferr SE4.013.3000.73.2004.110.6503.911.37538.525
12.Ira PopovicRijeka4.012.5502.06.6752.99.0503.59.60037.875
13.Lisa LogchiesNetherlands4.212.5752.47.0504.26.8253.710.45036.900
14.Kleopátra TolnaiKSI SE2.411.0004.111.0753.09.40031.475
15.Michelle LauritsenDenmark4.012.2754.510.50022.775
16.Eszter RomhányiKSI SE0.00.0004.211.52511.525
17.Nikolett JágerKSI SE2.89.7259.725

Junior All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Boglárka DévaiDelfin SI SE4.413.4754.511.5504.312.4254.912.77550.225
2.Noémi JakabKSI SE4.013.0003.310.3754.812.8254.812.85049.050
3.Tzuf FeldonIsrael4.213.1255.011.8505.411.6254.712.35048.950
4.Dorka SzujóTC Békéscsaba4.413.7253.711.1505.512.0254.911.62548.525
5.Júlianna CsányiBHSE4.213.2004.711.9004.410.7254.612.50048.325
6.Dóra SzékelyDelfin SI SE4.013.1754.39.7754.311.8254.912.85047.625
7.Sára PéterKSI SE4.213.4503.410.4254.710.7754.712.62547.275
8.Nóra FehérKSI SE4.213.3503.49.7254.311.1504.712.80047.025
9.Victoria GilbergDenmark4.212.9752.69.3254.712.4003.911.92546.625
9.Marie SkammelsenDenmark4.613.5254.38.4254.711.6254.713.05046.625
11.Roni DaganIsrael4.012.9252.79.3254.411.6503.811.45045.350
12.Andjela DjurdjevicVojvodina4.213.1502.510.0004.89.9004.611.87544.925
13.Vivien KanaiFTC4.413.3502.59.2254.810.5254.611.77544.875
14.Dora KranzelicCroatia4.012.8752.77.6505.112.5004.911.35044.375
14.Patrícia BaloghPostás SE4.213.4002.88.6503.811.0754.011.25044.375
16.Jana VrsalovicCroatia4.012.9253.59.8504.710.1504.811.42544.350
17.Barbara KatonaTC Békéscsaba4.012.8754.28.9004.79.9004.812.50044.175
18.Inez SágiPostás SE4.212.9752.09.3503.99.9754.611.20043.500
18.Alma BúzásKSI SE4.213.1751.07.8503.410.5254.011.95043.500
20.Karolina TakacovaSlovakia4.012.6751.48.9003.711.3753.410.42543.375
21.Hila BrzilaiIsrael4.213.2252.77.8254.310.6253.711.05042.725
22.Viktoria VydurekovaSlovakia4.413.0752.48.4254.110.1253.711.05042.675
23.Lior SchwartzIsrael4.212.9251.07.4505.310.8004.311.10042.275
24.Mónika SzabóTC Békéscsaba4.212.2502.39.0253.39.0754.511.82542.175
25.Shalit YahaliIsrael4.212.9001.27.0754.89.4504.712.22541.650
25.Antonia CapicRijeka4.212.7501.57.5004.010.2754.011.12541.650
27.Dejana KuzmanovicVojvodina4.213.1001.79.1004.09.4754.69.92541.600
28.Lior HasanIsrael3.812.4251.57.1004.010.7004.711.35041.575
29.Boglárka NémethDelfin SI SE4.212.8251.17.5753.99.4754.011.52541.400
30.Veronika ValastiakovaSlovakia4.211.6001.57.8753.811.3252.79.95040.750
31.Dorottya FarkasDelfin SI SE2.411.0750.98.2002.69.1753.210.91539.365
32.Lilla CsasztvanKSI SE4.012.7250.96.7254.09.6253.29.42538.500
33.Katarina KunovicVojvodina3.012.0000.97.0002.69.3502.59.82538.175
34.Miklós DorinaDunaferr SE4.213.0750.73.2003.910.2753.911.30037.850
35.Tóth DorottyaDunaferr SE2.411.4501.35.5503.58.8503.911.00036.850
35.Lara KocicVojvodina4.012.7001.07.4252.97.5752.79.15036.850
37.Kitti KindliTC Békéscsaba4.212.7501.03.3753.210.0502.79.90036.075
38.Ofir KremerIsrael4.213.000 5.010.8254.712.15035.975
39.Vanja PetrovicVojvodina2.411.3750.95.9502.57.9753.310.17535.475
40.Camille RousselBelgium2.410.8500.52.0002.15.7502.68.82527.425
41.Lilla PériBHSE2.410.7253.67.9003.18.75027.375
42.Eulalie LaurentBelgium0.40.0001.95.6502.38.35014.000
43.Zsófia KovácsDunaferr SE5.311.35011.350

Children's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Ksenia KlimenkoRussia4.012.3003.612.1005.713.1754.211.25048.825
2.Bácskay CsengePostás SE4.212.6504.410.9754.912.2254.811.30047.150
3.Arina StukovaRussia4.012.5253.210.7255.211.1504.112.52546.925
3.Bianka SchermannPostás SE4.212.9503.68.7005.112.6755.012.60046.925
5.Zója SzékelyPostás SE3.812.4504.410.7255.012.0003.511.37546.550
6.Kristina PychovaSlovakia4.012.9001.18.1503.410.7753.511.20043.025
7.Camille RasmussenDenmark4.212.7501.07.0754.211.4003.311.05042.275
8.Anna SzénásPostás SE4.012.1502.37.9754.610.1004.011.70041.925
9.Mirtill MarkovicsDunaferr SE2.411.0750.86.1503.110.4252.610.40038.050
10.Lili KovácsPostás SE2.410.8250.86.7002.18.9752.19.32535.825
11.Sara van DisseldorpNetherlands4.011.6751.06.2753.17.9002.79.87535.725
12.Lili FehérPostás SE2.410.5501.06.4252.28.9252.39.62535.525
13.Alina PaulovicsPostás SE2.410.8250.62.5752.49.4501.99.22532.075
14.Nóra PeresztegiPostás SE2.410.0750.52.5752.39.6752.19.42531.750
15.Morgane ThyssensBelgium2.410.6500.50.0002.37.1252.29.22527.000
16.Stella GodawszkySoproni TC3.010.9500.70.5751.67.0751.47.75026.350
17.Regina MedvedPostás SE2.58.6254.010.22518.850

Senior Vault Final DENDScoreAverage
1.Noémi Makra5.09.02514.02514.025
5.09.02514.025
2.Ana Derek5.28.22513.42513.587
4.88.95013.750
3.Laura Aerts4.48.70013.10012.812
4.28.32512.525
4.Petra Furac4.48.57512.97512.725
4.08.47512.475
5.Gaya Giladi4.87.97512.77512.600
4.67.9250.112.425
6.Michelle Lauritsen4.08.45012.45012.562
4.48.27512.675
7.Ira Popovic4.08.1750.311.87512.075
4.08.27512.275
8.Mette Hulgaard4.48.20012.6005.300
0.00.0001.00.000

Senior Uneven Bars Final DENDScore
1.Noémi Makra5.78.35014.050
2.Tamara Mrdjenovic4.77.15011.850
3.Alexandra Rajcic4.86.85011.650
4.Lauritsen Michelle4.96.55011.450
5.Mette Hulgaard3.96.0009.900
6.Nikolett Jáger2.86.9009.700
7.Gaya Giladi4.15.2509.350
8.Boglárka Tóth2.66.6759.275

Senior Balance Beam Final DENDScore
1.Noémi Makra6.18.10014.200
2.Petra Furac4.57.57512.075
3.Ana Derek4.97.1250.111.925
4.Tamara Mrdjenovic5.56.12511.625
5.Eszter Romhányi4.37.0750.111.275
6.Kleopátra Tolnai4.16.50010.600
7.Gaya Giladi4.75.80010.500
8.Alexandra Rajcic3.55.9009.400

Senior Floor Exercise Final DENDScore
1.Ana Derek5.28.47513.675
2.Noémi Makra5.77.4250.312.825
3.Tamara Mrdjenovic4.87.8250.312.325
4.Mette Hulgaard4.77.55012.250
5.Gaya Giladi4.67.4500.311.750
6.Enikő Horváth3.87.87511.675
7.Ana Poscic4.87.1750.311.675
8.Boglárka Tóth4.67.4000.411.600

Junior Vault Final DENDScoreAverage
1.Boglárka Dévai4.48.70013.10013.137
4.48.77513.175
2.Marie Skammelsen4.68.45013.05013.050
4.68.45013.050
3.Dorka Szujó4.48.47512.87512.912
4.28.75012.950
4.Sára Péter4.28.72512.92512.850
4.08.77512.775
5.Nóra Fehér4.28.67512.87512.737
4.08.60012.600
6.Dóra Székely4.08.60012.60012.725
4.28.65012.850
7.Patrícia Balogh4.28.37512.57512.575
4.08.57512.575
8.Júlianna Csányi4.28.45012.65012.437
4.08.22512.225

Junior Uneven Bars Final DENDScore
1.Zsófia Kovács5.37.47512.775
2.Dorka Szujó3.77.65011.350
3.Boglárka Dévai4.56.82511.325
4.Júlianna Csányi4.86.07510.875
5.Tzuf Feldon4.95.85010.750
6.Noémi Jakab3.26.82510.025
7.Sára Péter3.46.4509.850
8.Djurdjevic Andjela2.57.3259.825

Junior Balance Beam Final DENDScore
1.Marie Skammelsen4.97.67512.575
2.Dóra Székely4.87.22512.025
3.Boglárka Dévai4.86.95011.750
4.Noémi Jakab4.86.67511.475
5.Dorka Szujó5.26.3000.111.400
6.Victoria Gilberg4.76.35011.050
7.Dagan Roni4.46.27510.675
8.Kranzelic Dora5.15.22510.325

Junior Floor Exercise Final DENDScore
1.Noémi Jakab4.78.32513.025
2.Tzuf Feldon4.78.02512.725
3.Marie Skammelsen4.78.00012.700
4.Júlianna Csányi4.68.07512.675
5.Boglárka Dévai4.97.75012.650
6.Nóra Fehér4.77.70012.400
7.Dóra Székely4.87.45012.250
8.Barbara Katona4.77.40012.100

Children's Vault Final DENDScoreAverage
1.Bianka Schermann4.28.50012.70012.462
3.88.42512.225
2.Ksenia Klimenko4.08.32512.32512.375
4.28.22512.425
3.Csenge Bácsky4.28.15012.35012.175
3.88.20012.000
4.Kristina Pychova4.08.20012.20011.587
2.48.57510.975
5.Camille Rasmussen4.26.9500.310.85011.450
4.08.05012.050
6.Sara van Disseldorp4.07.90011.90011.362
2.48.42510.825

Children's Uneven Bars Final DENDScore
1.Arina Stukova3.27.77510.975
2.Ksenia Klimenko3.67.7500.510.850
3.Zója Székely4.46.35010.750
4.Csenge Bácsky4.35.92510.225
5.Kristina Pychova1.37.2258.525
6.Sara van Disseldorp1.26.7007.900
7.Mirtill Makovics0.87.0757.875
8.Camille Rasmussen1.06.1257.125

Children's Balance Beam Final DENDScore
1.Arina Stukova5.47.92513.325
2.Ksenia Klimenko5.17.6250.112.625
3.Camille Rasmussen4.28.07512.275
4.Csenge Bácsky4.77.17511.875
5.Bianka Schermann4.96.55011.450
6.Mirtill Makovics3.17.37510.475
7.Kristina Pychova3.46.3759.775
8.Sara van Disseldorp3.15.9759.075

Children's Floor Exercise Final DENDScore
1.Bianka Schermann5.18.40013.500
2.Arina Stukova4.28.75012.950
3.Ksenia Klimenko4.48.25012.650
4.Anna Szénás4.07.80011.800
5.Camille Rasmussen3.37.82511.125
6.Sara van Disseldorp2.87.35010.150
7.Mirtill Makovics2.57.62510.125
8.Kristina Pychova2.87.30010.100
 


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