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Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 01 May 2016 22:50    PDF Print
British Junior Men Unstoppable in Germany
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)

Great Britain claimed the top spot in a four-way junior men's competition against France, Germany and Switzerland on Saturday in Monheim, Bavaria. Pictured: 2014 Youth Olympic Champion Giarnni Regini-Moran

Great Britain claimed the top spot in a four-way junior men's competition against France, Germany and Switzerland on Saturday in Monheim, Bavaria.

The British brought a double victory Saturday as their female counterparts defeated the same three countries at a junior quad meet held in Volketswil, Switzerland.

The competition in Monheim served as a warmup for the upcoming Junior European Championships, May 25-29 in Bern, Switzerland. All four nations sent the same teams entered into the competition in Bern, where the British men are favored to defend the junior team title.

Great Britain (334.800) won by a commanding victory of more than 8 points, with the team earning the highest score on five of the six events. Multiple mistakes on high bar brought the other teams closer, but Britain continued with a strong team performance on floor exercise and pommel horse to easily win.

The competition among the other three teams was much tighter, with the teams separated by less than 1.5 points. Switzerland claimed silver (326.700) over France (325.950) and Germany (325.300). The host team's fourth place was still a good outcome because of the improved score, said said 2004 and 2008 Olympian Thomas Andergassen, now the head coach for the German junior team.

"The competition was certainly positive for us, because if you look at the distances (between countries), we have made significant progress. We'll be stronger after the event," Andergassen said.

2014 Youth Olympic Champion Giarnni Regini-Moran (84.450) and teammate Hamish Carter (84.300) finished 1-2 in the all-around for Great Britain. Robin Caillaud, runner-up at the 2015 French Junior Championships, won the bronze (83.250)

France's Cameron-Lie Bernard (81.850) finished fourth ahead of Switzerland's Samir Serhani (81.450). New British Under-18 junior champion Joe Fraser placed sixth after missed routines on pommel horse and high bar. Carlo Hörr (80.250) and Nick Klessing (80.100) earn the best finishes for Germany in the all-around, finishing 10th and 11th, respectively.

Regini-Moran put up the top individual scores on floor exercise (14.900/6.0) and vault (14.950/6.0). Teammate Joshua Nathan (14.000/6.0) had the top score on pommel horse. The British superiority was especially evident on pommel horse, where their Difficulty scores were far above their rivals. Jamie Lewis also had a 6.0 D-score, while Fraser had 5.8. Only one other gymnast in the field, France's Baptiste Miette (5.7), had a D-score above 5.3 on pommel horse.

Klessing earned the best score on rings (14.550/5.5) while France's Bernard outscored the field on parallel bars (14.850/5.7). Switzerland's Moreno Kratter (14.250/5.4) was the top gymnast on high bar, where the Swiss had the best team total.

External Link: German Gymnastics Federation

2016 France/Germany/Great Britain/Switzerland U18 Men
April 30, Monheim, Bavaria, Germany

1.  Great Britain57.00054.80055.15058.50056.80052.550334.800
Hamish Carter14.40013.75014.00014.65013.80013.70084.300
Joe Fraser13.45012.75014.05013.90014.40012.75081.300
Jamie Lewis13.00013.40012.75014.20014.05013.00080.400
Joshua Nathan14.25014.00013.25041.500
Donell Osbourne14.70013.60013.10041.400
Giarnni Regini-Moran14.90013.65013.85014.95014.55012.55084.450
2.  Switzerland53.95052.10055.55055.30055.65054.150326.700
Henji Mboyo12.70013.95014.15012.95053.750
Samir Serhani14.25012.70014.25014.50012.30013.45081.450
Noe Seifert12.65013.30013.55013.10014.25013.50080.350
Andreas Gribi13.35013.40013.80012.75013.60011.65078.550
Martino Morosi13.70012.60014.25040.550
Moreno Kratter12.40013.40013.45013.65014.25067.150
3.  France52.95053.00053.70057.30055.70053.300325.950
Baptiste Miette12.70013.50013.20013.45052.850
Robin Caillaud13.80013.80013.60014.20014.20013.65083.250
Cameron-Lie Bernard12.90013.60013.20014.60014.85012.70081.850
Kévin Carvalho13.15012.90013.25014.30011.65013.85079.100
Léo Valentin12.55013.10025.650
Antoine Pochon13.10012.50013.35014.20013.20012.45078.800
4.  Germany55.10051.35053.45057.95054.55052.900325.300
Nick Klessing13.90012.20014.55014.05013.65011.75080.100
Felix Remuta14.10013.15014.60012.10013.05067.000
Leonard Prügel13.55013.20014.65013.40013.00067.800
Carlo Hörr13.55013.40011.50014.65013.60013.55080.250
Tobias Radoi13.05012.55012.70013.40013.90013.30078.900
Mika Säfken12.15013.05025.200

Men's All-AroundFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Giarnni Regini-Moran19986.014.9005.213.6504.713.8506.014.9505.814.5504.612.55084.450
2.Hamish Carter19985.614.4005.313.7505.014.0005.214.6505.113.8005.113.70084.300
3.Robin Caillaud19984.913.8004.913.8004.813.6005.214.2005.114.2004.713.65083.250
4.Cameron-Lie Bernard19985.312.9005.313.6004.713.2005.214.6005.714.8503.712.70081.850
5.Samir Serhani19995.514.2504.712.7005.214.2505.214.5004.612.3005.013.45081.450
6.Joe Fraser19985.713.4505.812.7505.014.0505.213.9005.614.4005.212.75081.300
7.Donell Osbourne20005.013.4504.913.0004.513.3005.214.7004.913.6004.713.10081.150
8.Jamie Lewis20004.113.0006.013.4004.912.7505.214.2005.114.0504.713.00080.400
9.Noe Seifert19985.012.6504.813.3004.913.5504.413.1005.214.2504.613.50080.350
10.Carlo Hörr19985.113.5505.213.4004.011.5005.214.6505.013.6004.913.55080.250
11.Nick Klessing19985.613.9004.612.2005.514.5505.614.0505.013.6504.611.75080.100
12.Leonard Prügel19985.213.5504.713.2004.312.1005.614.6504.413.4004.313.00079.900
13.Moreno Kratter19985.212.4004.412.0504.713.4004.413.4504.813.6505.414.25079.200
14.Kévin Carvalho19994.813.1504.512.9004.613.2505.214.3005.411.6505.013.85079.100
15.Joshua Nathan19985.314.2506.014.0004.813.2504.413.3504.412.3004.611.85079.000
16.Tobias Radoi19995.013.0504.212.5504.712.7004.413.4004.813.9004.713.30078.900
17.Antoine Pochon19995.113.1004.512.5004.613.3505.214.2004.813.2005.012.45078.800
18.Felix Remuta19985.914.1004.411.6505.213.1505.614.6004.912.1004.913.05078.650
19.Andreas Gribi19984.813.3504.913.4004.913.8005.212.7505.313.6004.711.65078.550
20.Martino Morosi19995.113.7004.512.6004.712.7005.214.2504.211.8004.613.20078.250
21.Léo Valentin19995.412.5504.211.0504.613.2504.413.5504.413.2004.613.10076.700
22.Henji Mboyo19985.212.7005.113.9505.414.1505.012.95053.750
23.Baptiste Miette19985.712.7004.813.5005.213.2005.413.45052.850
24.Mika Säfken20004.912.1504.713.0504.613.0504.412.15050.400
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 01 May 2016 16:12    PDF Print
British Junior Women Best in Switzerland
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

A squad of British juniors took the title at a friendly meet for women against France, Germany and Switzerland on Saturday in Volketswil, Zürich.

A squad of British juniors took the title at a friendly meet for women against France, Germany and Switzerland on Saturday in Volketswil, Zürich.

Great Britain earned a double victory on Saturday, as the male contingent defeated the same three countries at a junior quad meet held in Monheim, Germany.

Great Britain scored 162.600 to top France (161.750) by nearly a full point. Host Switzerland came third (160.750) ahead of Germany (158.100). The British had the top total on every event except floor exercise, where France and Switzerland tied for the best total.

The competition served as a warm-up for many gymnasts hoping to compete at next month's Junior European Championships in Bern, Switzerland, which will feature a full competition for team, all-around and apparatus. Each country sent six gymnasts, giving an early look at the junior squads training for the 2020 Olympics.

Great Britain sent a strong team formed after its recent junior national championships, held in early April in Liverpool. New British junior champion Maisie Methuen was absent, but silver medalist Taeja James and bronze medalist Ellesse Oates were in Volketswil along with junior national event champions Sophie Scott (vault), Megan Parker (uneven bars) and Zoe Simmons (floor exercise). Lucy Stanhope, the bronze medalist on uneven bars and balance beam in Liverpool, rounded out the British squad.

France, which has already named its teams for Europeans, sent the same team that will return next month to Bern. 2015 junior national champion Lorette Charpy leads the squad along with Alisson Lapp, Janna Mouffok, Morgane Osyssek and Mélissa Poitreau. Team alternate Assia Khnifass also competed in Volketswil.

James won the all-around title (54.100) over Parker (53.700), with Switzerland's Leonie Meier tying Poitreau for the bronze (53.450).

Top event scorers were Scott and Switzerland's Anina Wildi on vault (14.200/5.0), Parker on uneven bars (13.450/5.1) and floor exercise (13.550/5.1), and Poitreau on balance beam (13.900/5.6).

The French junior squad will host a match against Romania on May 13 in Haguenau.

External Link: Official Website

2016 France/Germany/Great Britain/Switzerland U16 Women
April 30, Volketswil, Zürich, Switzerland

1.  Great Britain42.20039.85041.00039.550162.600
Taeja James14.10013.35013.65013.000
Megan Parker12.90013.45013.80013.550
Lucy Stanhope13.90012.90013.35012.750
Ellesse Oates13.65012.90011.95013.000
Zoe Simmons13.50011.70012.40013.000
Sophie Scott14.20013.05013.550
2.  France41.60039.80040.75039.600161.750
Mélissa Poitreau13.85013.15013.90012.55053.450
Morgane Osyssek13.95013.20012.35013.50053.000
Lorette Charpy13.80013.30012.90012.85052.850
Assia Khnifass13.65013.30013.10012.70052.750
Janna Mouffok13.50013.15012.95013.10052.700
Alisson Lapp13.45011.35013.75013.00051.550
3.  Switzerland42.10039.60039.45039.600160.750
Leonie Meier13.95013.35013.15013.00053.450
Livia Schmid13.95013.00013.20013.15053.300
Anina Wildi14.20013.25012.30013.45053.200
Lynn Genhart13.90012.95013.10012.90052.850
Fabienne Studer12.65012.90012.35012.60050.500
Anny Wu12.75012.60010.40012.90048.650
4.  Germany41.05038.00039.60039.450158.100
Helene Schäfer13.30013.20013.70012.75052.950
Emma Höfele14.05012.40012.25013.20051.900
Isabelle Stingl13.70010.95013.05013.00050.700
Anudari Platow12.75012.40012.40013.15050.700
Julia Plattenhardt13.25011.85012.40012.95050.450
Kristina Iltner13.20010.90012.85013.10050.050

1.Taeja James20025.014.1005.113.3505.313.6505.013.00054.100
2.Megan Parker20014.412.9005.113.4505.213.8005.113.55053.700
3.Leonie Meier20025.013.9505.313.3505.113.1505.213.00053.450
3.Mélissa Poitreau20015.013.8505.213.1505.613.9005.112.55053.450
5.Livia Schmid20015.013.9505.313.0005.213.2004.913.15053.300
6.Anina Wildi20025.014.2005.213.2504.812.3005.113.45053.200
7.Morgane Osyssek20025.013.9505.113.2005.412.3505.113.50053.000
8.Helene Schäfer20014.413.3005.313.2005.613.7005.012.75052.950
9.Lucy Stanhope20015.013.9004.912.9005.113.3504.912.75052.900
10.Lynn Genhart20015.013.9005.212.9505.513.1005.212.90052.850
10.Lorette Charpy20015.013.8005.813.3005.312.9004.912.85052.850
12.Assia Khnifass20015.013.6505.513.3005.813.1005.312.70052.750
13.Janna Mouffok20025.013.5005.313.1505.012.9504.913.10052.700
14.Emma Höfele20015.014.0505.212.4005.112.2505.213.20051.900
15.Alisson Lapp20025.013.4504.311.3505.413.7505.213.00051.550
16.Ellesse Oates20015.013.6504.912.9005.011.9504.913.00051.500
17.Isabelle Stingl20015.013.7004.310.9505.313.0505.313.00050.700
17.Anudari Platow20014.012.7505.312.4005.112.4005.113.15050.700
19.Zoe Simmons20035.013.5004.111.7005.312.4005.213.00050.600
20.Fabienne Studer20014.012.6504.912.9004.812.3505.012.60050.500
21.Julia Plattenhardt20014.613.2505.011.8504.612.4004.812.95050.450
22.Kristina Iltner20024.413.2004.910.9005.212.8505.013.10050.050
23.Anny Wu20024.012.7505.112.6004.710.4004.612.90048.650
24.Sophie Scott20015.014.2004.513.0505.413.55040.800
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 01 May 2016 14:47    PDF Print
Downie Dominates Osijek with Full Sweep
(3 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

Ellie Downie made history for Great Britain with a full sweep of the gold medals at the 2016 FIG World Challenge Cup, held this weekend in Osijek. Pictured: Ukraine's Oleg Vernyayev participates in the athletes' competition draw on Friday night.

Ellie Downie continued to make history for Great Britain with a full sweep of the gold medals at the 2016 FIG World Challenge Cup, held this weekend in Osijek.

Downie, 16, dominated with golds on women's vault and uneven bars and Saturday followed by the balance beam and floor exercise titles on Sunday. She is the first gymnast to sweep a World Cup event under its current rules. It was the best performance to date from Downie, whose combined total in Osijek would have resulted in a personal best 59.125 all-around score.

Ellie Downie (Great Britain)

"I really enjoyed being here," said Downie, who joined her sister Becky Downie to help Great Britain to a historic team bronze medal at last year's world championships. "Osijek is one of the best competitions I have ever had. I really enjoyed the whole experience. The crowd and the organization were great. Thank you all!"

The competition in Osijek attracted a competitive field from 25 nations, including Brazil, Canada, Great Britain, Russia Ukraine and the United States The organization was praised for its Friday night banquet held after qualifications, in which the gymnasts themselves drew their competition order for the weekend's finals.

Downie began her domination on women's vault, where she performed a double-twisting Yurchenko (14.975) and layout Podkopayeva (14.725) for a 14.850 average, comfortably topping Slovenia's Tjaša Kysselef (14.200 average) and Canada's Rose-Kayen Woo (13.638 average).

On uneven bars, Downie hit her 6.3D set much better than in qualification, although she was still a bit short on several handstands (front sole circle, pirouette to Maloney uprise to Tkatchev, toe full to piked Tkatchev to Pak; Maloney-half; double layout). Second place went to Russia's Seda Tutkhalyan, who earned the best execution score of the field (Maloney to Bhardwaj; Maloney-half; toe-on, toe-full to Tkatchev; elgrip giants to double front; 6.0D). Top qualifier Natalia Kapitanova of Russia had a beautiful routine going but was forced to settle for the bronze after overarching her toe-full before her full-twisting double dismount, which she landed extremely low.

Downie's most impressive performance of the finals was on balance beam, where she looked extremely confident in a rock solid routine, complete with stuck dismount (punch front, wolf; sStanding Arabian to sissone.; switch leap, switch side; double turn with slight wobble; ff, ff, layout; RO 2 1/2 twist; 6.4D).

Russia's Maria Kharenkova, the 2014 European champion, won silver over Tutkhalyan. Tutkhalyan, the top qualifier, had a wobble on her RO, layout full, but otherwise nailed her routine, although she played it safe by leaving the full-twist off her double pike dismount.

Downie hit her tumbling on floor exercise to execute a full sweep of the golds in Osijek: 1 1/2 to Arabian double front (almost stepped out); piked Arabian double front; 2 1/2, punch front; double pike). Natalia Kapitanova took silver with very clean execution and beautiful lines peformed to "Don Quixote" (piked full-in; 2 1/2 layout front; two whips to double tuck). First-year Ukrainian senior Yana Horokhova, the tiniest gymnast of the competition, won bronze with trademark beautiful Ukrainian gymnastics (tucked full-in; 2 1/2 twist; double tuck; double pike).

Downie's solid performance is a good omen for the British women, who will next try to accomplish another historic first next month as they aim for gold at the European championships next month in Bern.

In the men's competition, Ukrainian Oleg Vernyayev was the only double winner, taking golds on pommel horse and vault. Vernyayev, who competed all six events in qualification, missed his chance for a third gold on parallel bars after hitting his leg on his Bhavsar and having to jump off.

Russia had more success in the men's competition, with gold medals from Denis Ablyazin on still rings and from Emin Garibov on parallel bars. Garibov, who has been sidelined from major competition for the past several years with double shoulder injuries, was thrilled with his nailed routine, capped off by a stuck double front dismount.

Ablyazin aimed for the most ambitious routine in the floor finals (7.2D), but stumbled out of bounds on his triple-twisting front mount and then landed out of bounds on his layout double-double and piked Arabian double front, incurring .7 in neutral deductions that dropped him from first to seventh.

The floor title went to 2004 German Olympian Matthias Fahrig, who was extremely solid on his 6.7D set (double-twisting front to double front; piked Arabian double front, half out; piked Arabian double front; tucked Arabian double front). Two-time Israeli Olympian Alexander Shatilov won the silver with extremely clean tumbling, although he went out of bounds twice (layout Thomas; 1 1/2 to Randi; tucked double-double; front double full to Rudi; 2 1/2 to tucked front full; tucked full-in). American Steven Legendre took the bronze, mounting with a 2 1/2 to double front and throwing a rare 2 1/2-twisting double tuck, although he also went out of bounds on his piked Arabian double front.

On vault, American Paul Ruggeri won the silver behind Vernyayev with a RO half-on, double-twisting front and Yurchenko 2 1/2. Ukrainian Igor Radivilov, who was third on still rings, took another bronze. Radivilov crashed his piked Dragulescu (Ri 2) but stood up his Tsukahara double pike.

Cuban star Manrique Larduet won silver on parallel bars behind Garibov. Larduet landed his new dismount in qualification, a G-rated double front-full out, but opted for a regular half out in the final. American Sean Melton won bronze, sticking his double pike.

Turkish veteran Ümit Şamiloğlu won the high bar title with a Cassina (rather tucked) and Kolman, topping Ruggeri and first-day qualifier Oliver Hegi.

The FIG World Cup series continues May 13-15 in Varna, Bulgaria.

External Link: Official Website

2016 FIG World Challenger Cup
April 30-May 1, Osijek, Croatia

Women's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Ellie Downie5.89.17514.97514.850
2.Tjaša Kysselef5.39.07514.37514.200
3.Rose-Kayen Woo5.08.92513.92513.638
4.Kirsten Beckett4.69.05013.650
5.Ema Kajić5.08.57513.57513.463
6.Sophie Braaten5.08.32513.32513.050
7.Hélody Cyrenne5.07.92512.92513.000
8.Dora Székely4.48.47512.87512.888
9.Jelena Stamenković4.28.45012.65012.813

Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Ellie Downie6.38.37514.675
2.Seda Tutkhalyan6.08.52514.525
3.Natalia Kapitonova6.48.05014.450
4.Rose-Kayen Woo5.68.12513.725
5.Ruby Harrold6.27.22513.425
6.Carolyne Pedro5.26.9000.311.800
7.Dorina Böczögő5.25.8750.310.775
8.Tzuf Feldon4.85.57510.375

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Ellie Downie6.18.85014.950
2.Maria Kharenkova6.38.62514.925
3.Seda Tutkhalyan6.48.25014.650
4.Rose-Kayen Woo5.88.35014.150
5.Adela Šajn5.38.62513.925
6.Ruby Harrold5.47.87513.275
7.Carolyne Pedro5.17.85012.950
8.Yana Horokhova5.76.27511.975

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Ellie Downie6.08.52514.525
2.Natalia Kapitonova5.88.30014.100
3.Yana Horokhova5.48.45013.850
4.Ruby Harrold5.38.37513.675
4.Paula Mejías5.68.07513.675
6.Carolyne Pedro5.68.02513.625
7.Dorina Böczögő5.78.1000.313.500
8.Kiristen Beckett5.38.02513.325

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Matthias Fahrig6.78.35015.050
2.Alexander Shatilov6.78.4750.214.975
3.Steven Legendre6.78.2750.114.875
3.Paul Ruggeri6.88.3750.314.875
5.Tomislav Marković6.28.62514.825
6.Ahmet Önder6.38.6000.114.800
7.Denis Ablyazin7.27.9250.714.425
8.Rok Klavora6.47.1500.113.450

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Oleg Vernyayev6.98.32515.225
2.Sašo Bertoncelj6.58.70015.200
3.Slavomir Michnak6.38.45014.750
4.Filip Ude7.07.47514.475
5.Robert Seligman6.47.92514.325
6.Maxime Gentges6.18.02514.125
7.Oliver Hegi6.57.30013.800
8.Jay Thompson4.97.60012.500

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.Denis Ablyazin6.89.02515.825
2.İbrahim Çolak6.78.97515.675
3.Igor Radivilov6.98.60015.500
4.Manrique Larduet6.88.47515.275
5.Nikita Nagornyy6.58.42514.925
6.Eli Zahran6.58.40014.900
7.Sean Melton6.38.35014.650
8.Steven Legendre6.18.42514.525

Men's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Oleg Vernyayev6.09.40015.40015.325
2.Paul Ruggeri5.89.15014.95014.838
3.Igor Radivilov6.48.0250.114.32514.725
4.Nikita Nagornyy6.09.2250.115.12514.638
5.Denis Ablyazin6.48.92515.32514.625
6.Andrey Medvedev6.08.2000.114.10014.513
7.Steven Legendre5.69.37514.97514.450
8.Vitālijs Kardašovs5.68.52514.12514.250

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Emin Garibov6.79.05015.750
2.Manrique Larduet6.78.77515.475
3.Sean Melton6.48.47514.875
4.Oleg Vernyayev7.17.70014.800
5.Samuel Piasecký6.18.37514.475
6.İbrahim Çolak6.18.32514.425
7.Nikita Nagornyy6.87.52514.325
8.Norbert Dudás5.77.72513.425

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Ümit Şamiloğlu6.58.72515.225
2.Paul Ruggeri6.88.25015.050
3.Oliver Hegi6.58.20014.700
3.Tin Srbić6.68.10014.700
5.Manrique Larduet7.07.57514.575
6.Ahmet Önder5.98.37514.275
7.Pietro Giachino5.77.87513.575
8.Dávid Vecsernyés5.55.95011.450
Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 28 April 2016 16:59    PDF Print
Qualification Begins at Osijek World Cup
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

The FIG World Cup series resumed Thursday in Croatia with the first day of qualification at the Osijek World Challenge Cup.

The competition is the eighth World Cup event since February, and one of 13 planned for 2016. The series had a two-week break to accommodate the recent Olympic test event in Rio de Janeiro.

Natalia Kapitanova (Russia) qualified first on uneven bars.

The competition in Osijek attracted more than 100 gymnast from 25 nations, including Brazil, Canada, Great Britain, Russia Ukraine and the United States. World all-around silver medalist Manrique Larduet (Cuba) headlined the field along with Ukraine's Oleg Vernyayev. Vernyayev, straight from his dominating performance in Rio, entered the lineup for all six events in Osijek. 2008 Olympic pommel horse silver medalist Filip Ude, who just qualified for his third Olympic Games, was the star gymnast for the host nation.

Gymnasts from five nations led the event qualification, which is divided over two days. In the women's competition, Great Britain's Ellie Downie qualified first on vault (double-twisting Yurchenko, layout Podkopayeva) over Slovenia's Tjašsa Kysselef (handspring tucked front full and Yurchenko full) and Canada's Rose-Kayen Woo.

Russians Natalia Kapitonova (15.000/6.5) and Seda Tutkhalyan (14.700/6.0) qualified 1-2 on uneven bars. Both Kapitonova, a first-year senior, and second-year senior Tutkhalyan are on the bubble to make the upcoming European championships team. Tutkhalyan, who has earned a reputation for high difficulty and extreme inconsistency, will get another chance to prove herself in the beam competition on Friday. Britain's Ruby Harrold qualified third over Woo and Downie. Israel's Tzuf Feldon qualified in sixth.

In the men's competition, Americans Steven Legendre (15.200/6.8) and Paul Ruggeri (15.150/6.7) went 1-2 on men's floor exercise, with German veteran Matthias Fahrig qualifying third (15.000/6.7). 2014 world champion Denis Ablyazin (Russia) attempted the most difficult routine but fell, still qualifying in fourth thanks to his 7.2 difficulty score.

Slovenian specialist Sašo Bertoncelj qualified first on pommel horse (15.000/6.1). So far in this year's World Cup series, Bertoncelj has already won a silver medal in Ljubljana and bronze medals in Doha and Cottbus, but has strong competition for gold in Croatians Robert Seligman (14.950/6.1) and Ude (14.900/6.0). Vernyayev, who fell on both floor and rings, also fell on pommel horse but managed to sneak into the finals in seventh place (14.400/6.6).

Turkey's İbrahim Çolak was the top qualifier on still rings (15.750/6.7), leading Abylazin (15.600/6.8) and former European champion Igor Radivilov of Ukraine (15.250/6.9).

Qualification competition concludes Friday in Osijek with the remaining events. Finals will take place Saturday and Sunday.

External Link: Official Website

2016 FIG World Challenger Cup
April 28, Osijek, Croatia

Women's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1.Ellie Downie5.88.9500.314.45014.600
2.Tjašsa Kysselef5.39.05014.35014.125
3.Rose-Kayen Woo5.09.15014.15014.000
4.Kirsten Beckett4.79.00013.70013.750
5.Dora Székely5.08.70013.70013.475
6.Jelena Stamenković4.68.55013.15013.350
7.Hélody Cyrenne5.08.0000.112.90013.275
8.Sofie Braaten5.08.25013.25013.100
9.Ema Kajić5.08.9001.012.90012.900
10.Anna Geidt4.88.45013.25012.825
11.Paula Mejías0.00.0000.0007.350
12.Sofie Skattun4.28.50012.7006.350

Uneven Bars QualificationDENDScore
1.Natalia Kapitonova6.58.50015.000
2.Seda Tutkhalyan6.08.70014.700
3.Ruby Harrold6.57.90014.400
4.Rose-Kayen Woo5.58.50014.000
5.Ellie Downie5.68.40014.000
6.Tzuf Feldon5.28.05013.250
7.Dorina Böczögő5.28.05013.250
8.Carolyne Pedro5.27.60012.800
9.Sherine Elzeiny4.87.55012.350
10.Anna Geidt4.77.50012.200
11.Milena Theodoro5.66.45012.050
12.Kateryna Shumeiko5.16.80011.900
13.Ivana Kamnikar5.06.55011.550
14.Iryna Romanchuk5.65.95011.550
15.Hélody Cyrenne5.65.50011.100
16.Rahaf Armia Zakaria4.96.00010.900
17.Sofie Braaten4.06.85010.850
18.Dora Székely4.75.70010.400
19.Sofie Skattun4.63.8508.450

Men's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1.Steven Legendre6.88.40015.200
2.Paul Ruggeri6.78.45015.150
3.Matthias Fahrig6.78.30015.000
4.Denis Ablyazin7.27.8000.214.800
5.Tomislav Marković6.28.55014.750
6.Alexander Shatilov6.78.4500.414.750
7.Rok Klavora6.48.35014.750
8.Ahmet Onder6.38.40014.700
9.Nikita Nagornyy6.58.15014.650
10.Andrej Korosteljev6.38.6000.314.600
11.Botond Kardos5.98.65014.550
12.Tomi Tuuha5.59.00014.500
13.Žiga Šilc6.08.6000.114.500
14.Benjamin Gischard6.68.2000.314.500
15.Eddy Yusof6.38.05014.350
16.Heikki Saarenketo6.47.95014.350
17.Slavomir Michnak5.38.80014.100
18.Dominick Cunningham6.37.70014.000
19.Vitālijs Kardašovs5.97.80013.700
20.Ádám Babos5.48.25013.650
21.Oleg Vernyayev6.77.3000.413.600
22.Dušan Đorđević5.58.05013.550
23.Pietro Giachino5.48.05013.450
24.Bram Verhofstad6.56.70013.200
25.Artem Dolgopyat6.36.9500.113.150
26.Danil Baturin6.66.55013.150
27.Igor Radivilov6.07.3000.912.400
28.Mohamed Sherif Elsaharty5.16.80011.900
29.Bojan Dejanović5.46.20011.600
30.Rick Jacobs4.83.9508.750

Pommel Horse QualificationDENDScore
1.Sašo Bertoncelj6.18.90015.000
2.Robert Seligman6.18.85014.950
3.Filip Ude6.08.90014.900
4.Slavomir Michnak6.38.50014.800
5.Oliver Hegi6.38.30014.600
6.Maxime Gentges6.18.35014.450
7.Oleg Vernyayev6.67.80014.400
8.Jay Thompson5.88.20014.000
9.Manrique Larduet6.07.95013.950
10.Petrix Barbosa5.98.00013.900
11.Benjamin Gischard5.87.55013.350
12.Dávid Vecsernyés5.37.95013.250
13.Emin Garibov5.77.50013.200
14.Luka Kisek4.78.45013.150
15.Petar Veličković4.88.30013.100
16.Dmitrijs Trefilovs6.17.00013.100
17.Pericles Silva6.46.70013.100
18.Mohamed Sherif Elsaharty5.27.85013.050
19.Artem Dolgopyat5.67.30012.900
20.Botond Kardos5.47.45012.850
21.Justen Zuidema5.07.55012.550
22.Sean Melton5.17.40012.500
23.Steven Legendre5.37.05012.350
24.Nurtas Kozhakov5.76.40012.100
25.Eyal Glazer5.56.35011.850
26.Markku Vahtila4.96.75011.650
27.Pietro Giachino5.46.25011.650
28.Maksym Semiankiv5.35.90011.200
29.Matthias Fahrig5.05.75010.750
30.Bojan Dejanović4.75.40010.100

Still Rings QualificationDENDScore
1.İbrahim Çolak6.79.05015.750
2.Denis Ablyazin6.88.80015.600
3.Igor Radivilov6.98.35015.250
4.Sean Melton6.38.85015.150
5.Manrique Larduet6.78.45015.150
6.Nikita Nagornyy6.58.30014.800
6.Ali Zahran6.58.30014.800
8.Steven Legendre6.18.40014.500
9.Markku Vahtila6.18.20014.300
10.Tomi Tuuha5.38.85014.150
11.Maxime Gentges5.58.65014.150
12.Benjamin Gischard6.18.00014.100
13.Rick Jacobs5.18.80013.900
14.Jay Thompson5.48.50013.900
15.Eddy Yusof6.17.45013.550
16.Ádám Babos5.48.10013.500
17.Pericles Silva5.58.00013.500
18.Azizbek Kudratullayev6.36.95013.250
19.Eyal Glazer5.08.05013.050
20.Oleg Vernyayev5.37.75013.050
21.Moran Yanuka4.98.10013.000
22.Ivan Vargovský5.57.45012.950
23.Miloš Paunović5.57.35012.850
24.Pietro Giachino5.17.70012.800
25.Dominick Cunningham5.17.65012.750
26.Norbert Dudás6.16.60012.700
27.Petrix Barbosa5.36.80012.100
Written by Amanda Turner    Sunday, 17 April 2016 22:16    PDF Print
Brazilian Women Lead Final Olympic Qualification
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

The host Brazilian women sailed through to win the final Olympic qualification event Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, where Germany, Belgium and France also earned full team berths to this summer's Olympic Games. Pictured: Team medalists Germany, Brazil and Belgium

The host Brazilian women sailed through to win the final Olympic qualification event Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, where Germany, Belgium and France also earned full team berths to this summer's Olympic Games.

The women's competition featured a range of record firsts, emotional triumphs and bitter disappointments. The Brazilian women easily clinched qualified, and Uzbek hero Oksana Chusovitina qualified for a historic seventh Olympics, while three-time Olympic champion Romania shockingly failed to qualify a team for the first time since the 1968 Olympic Games.

The Romanians, competing in the first session, began their competition on uneven bars with a nightmare performance from which they never awoke. The team only had four gymnasts to field on uneven bars, and were forced to count 11.733 from Diana Bulimar. Superb efforts from Catalina Ponor on balance beam and floor exercise were not enough to offset her inexperienced teammates' nervous mistakes and low difficulty scores.

Ponor, who underwent calf surgery last fall after tearing her tendon and muscle, originally only planned to do beam and floor, but made a late decision this week to try a double-twisting Yurchenko on vault. She lost herself in the air and landed on her side. Ponor's fall on vault Saturday was the only fall she ever committed in major international competition since coming on the scene in 2003, and with her heavily taped calf, was a clear reminder of her drive to give every last bit of herself to help her team.

Romania's disaster on uneven bars kept them behind Australia after the first rotation. The Australians improved their team total by several points from last year's world championships, but lost valuable points with two falls on balance beam and they were barely edged out by Switzerland. Giulia Steingruber paced the Swiss with the highest all-around total of the day (though no all-around awards were presented), but an injury to Stefanie Siegenthaler left the Swiss with four scores only on vault and floor exercise.

The well-prepared Brazilians put on a show, rallying to the highest team total on every event but bars. Four-time Olympian Daniele Hypólito and Jade Barbosa added experience to the team, while crowd favorite Flávia Saraiva charmed the fans and judges on beam and floor exercise. Rebeca Andrade returned from her ACL injury to compete two events, while newcomer Carolyne Pedro joined the squad.

Germany was also well prepared on each event and showed off some very attractive gymnastics. World medalist Pauline Schäfer put up a 14.500 on balance beam for a gorgeous routine (nailed trademark skill of side somi with a 1/4 turn), helping to offset the team's low scores on the event. After solid scores on floor exercise and vault, the Germans put a clinic on uneven bars in the last rotation, with 15.166 from Elisabeth Seitz and 15.100 from Sophie Scheder.

In the final rotation, Belgium and France needed only to match their scores from last year's world championships in order to land in the top four. Belgium, coached by former French coach Yves Kieffer, competed solidly in order to qualify a full team for the first time since the 1948 Olympic Games. The French women had more shaky moments, but like Germany, ended on one of their best events, uneven bars, and put up the scores they needed at the right moment.

South Korea finished eighth after a day that went even more wrong than the Romanians' had, but without the spotlight on them. Lee Goim scored a 0.000 for a disastrous vault, but fortunately wasn't hurt. Like Switzerland, Australia and Romania, South Korea earns one individual ticket to the Olympics.

Individually, nearly all the gymnasts competing for qualification spots earned individual berths. Guatemala's Ana Sofía Gómez and Venezuela's Jessica López led the way, qualifying for a second and third Olympic appearance, respectively. Chusovitina meanwhile smashed all records, becoming the first gymnast to qualify for seven Olympics.

Competition concludes Monday afternoon with the apparatus finals.

Click here for full list of women's Olympic qualifiers.

2016 Aquece Gymnastics Test Event
April 17, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1.   Brazil59.04055.53256.53155.374226.477
Rebeca Andrade14.93314.400
Jade Barbosa14.96612.73314.23313.891
Daniele Hypólito14.33314.16613.933
Lorrane Oliveira14.60814.06613.56613.400
Carolyne Pedro13.43312.46612.300
Flávia Saraiva14.53313.63314.56614.150
2.   Germany56.53258.64854.36654.431223.977
Tabea Alt14.10014.16614.06613.666
Leah Griesser14.21613.866
Pauline Schäfer14.36614.50013.766
Sophie Scheder13.96615.10012.30012.966
Elisabeth Seitz14.00015.16613.500
Pauline Tratz14.06613.30011.20013.133
3.   Belgium55.70055.99955.33254.407221.438
Julie Croket13.60013.43312.83313.533
Senna Deriks14.333
Rune Hermans13.80013.56613.83312.900
Axelle Klinckaert14.20013.90013.96613.866
Gäelle Mys13.90013.83313.633
Laura Waem13.80014.20013.70013.375
4.   France55.48256.64054.99953.748220.869
Marine Boyer13.91614.00013.166
Marine Brevet13.90011.86614.16613.483
Loan His13.86614.54113.80013.466
Anne Kuhm13.76613.50013.03313.266
Oréane Lechenault14.33313.533
Louise Vanhille13.80014.26612.833
5.   Australia56.53254.89952.89854.099218.428
Georgia-Rose Brown13.96613.66613.06613.000
Emily Little14.56613.36613.500
Larrissa Miller14.20014.100
Rianna Mizzen14.10013.83312.73313.133
Kiara Munteanu13.73312.66611.300
Emma Nedov13.90013.20013.73313.366
6.   Switzerland56.49853.53254.26654.040218.336
Caterina Barloggio13.23312.86612.966
Thea Brogli13.83312.16613.000
Ilaria Käslin13.83313.43313.80013.533
Laura Schulte13.76612.833
Stefanie Siegenthaler13.26613.233
Giulia Steingruber15.06613.60014.23314.708
7.   Romania56.12350.59955.00754.840216.569
Diana Bulimar14.03311.73314.14114.033
Maria Holbura12.86613.53313.541
Anamaria Ocolișan14.33313.20012.566
Cătălina Ponor12.33314.60014.300
Dora Vulcan13.76612.80012.73312.966
Silvia Zarzu13.99112.466
8.   Korea54.66650.63148.96549.566203.828
Jeong Heeyeon13.46611.80012.03312.400
Kim Chaeyeon13.60012.96610.63311.533
Eun Ju Lee13.16612.466
Lee Hyebeen13.80012.56612.666
Lee Goim0.00011.93311.00012.100
Yun Narae13.80013.46612.400

Women's All-AroundVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Giulia Steingruber6.215.0665.713.6005.914.2336.114.70857.607
2.Flávia Saraiva5.814.5335.713.6336.214.5665.614.15056.882
3.Tabea Alt5.014.1005.714.1665.814.0665.413.66655.998
4.Axelle Klinckaert5.014.2005.613.9005.913.9665.613.86655.932
5.Jade Barbosa5.814.9665.712.7335.814.2335.913.89155.823
6.Loan His5.013.8666.114.5415.213.8005.413.46655.673
7.Lorrane Oliveira5.814.6085.814.0665.113.5665.313.40055.640
8.Ana Sofía Gómez5.814.3665.513.7336.114.2335.713.16655.498
9.Jessica López5.814.3335.513.6335.413.6335.613.66655.265
10.Isabela Onyshko5.013.9006.013.2666.414.2665.713.70055.132
11.Laura Waem5.013.8006.114.2005.413.7005.013.37555.075
12.Ilaria Käslin5.013.8335.313.4335.313.8005.513.53354.599
13.Vasiliki Millousi4.413.3665.213.7335.713.9665.413.36654.431
14.Zsófia Kovács5.814.7005.813.0335.513.3005.513.36654.399
15.Lara Mori5.013.7005.513.8335.513.5665.513.30054.399
16.Sophie Scheder5.013.9666.415.1005.512.3004.812.96654.332
17.Zhang Jin5.213.7004.913.1666.013.9005.313.55054.316
18.Ana Pérez5.013.9005.913.9005.612.8335.513.56654.199
19.Emma Nedov5.013.9005.513.2006.013.7335.513.36654.199
20.Angelina Kysla5.013.8005.713.4335.913.7335.313.23354.199
21.Rune Hermans5.013.8005.513.5665.513.8335.412.90054.099
22.Alexa Moreno6.214.8665.312.2005.613.5665.613.43354.065
23.Giorgia Campana5.013.6005.613.7665.813.7664.912.83353.965
24.Diana Bulimar5.014.0335.411.7335.614.1415.714.03353.940
25.Ana Lago5.014.0005.613.7665.712.7335.513.43353.932
26.Marcia Vidiaux6.014.8005.312.7335.513.2335.613.06653.832
27.Rianna Mizzen5.014.1005.813.8335.712.7335.513.13353.799
28.Claudia Colom5.013.7665.813.0665.313.7255.113.17553.732
29.Georgia-Rose Brown5.013.9665.713.6665.213.0665.113.00053.698
30.Ana Filipa Martins5.013.7665.914.1335.312.4005.413.27553.574
31.Anne Kuhm5.013.7665.213.5005.513.0335.113.26653.565
32.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska5.414.1665.212.7755.813.9665.212.53353.440
33.Marine Brevet5.013.9005.511.8665.614.1665.213.48353.415
34.Julie Croket5.013.6005.413.4335.412.8335.313.53353.399
35.Gabriela Janik5.314.1005.713.6004.912.9335.012.70053.333
36.Argyro Afrati5.013.7665.413.2665.112.8005.513.33353.165
37.Lisa Ecker5.013.7005.313.1005.513.4665.012.86653.132
38.Toni-Ann Williams5.014.0663.711.8335.613.6665.513.36652.931
39.Irina Sazonova5.013.8665.813.5335.312.8665.112.66652.931
40.Victoria-Kayen Woo5.013.6005.713.9665.512.2335.313.00052.799
41.Phan Thị Hà Thanh5.814.3004.111.6005.913.8005.413.00052.700
42.Dipa Karmakar7.015.0664.511.7005.413.3665.212.56652.698
43.Barbora Mokošová5.014.0665.413.5665.412.4004.612.50052.532
44.Courtney McGregor5.814.4005.212.5335.512.4005.413.13352.466
45.Oksana Chusovitina6.214.8335.111.6665.313.2005.012.76652.465
46.Houry Gebeshian5.013.9834.813.1334.712.7334.712.56652.415
47.Dora Vulcan5.013.7665.012.8005.312.7335.212.96652.265
48.Ariana Orrego5.013.8005.313.1664.812.6665.012.60052.232
49.Noémi Makra5.013.5005.913.2665.413.0335.212.13351.932
50.Simona Castro5.013.7664.612.6005.212.0335.413.45851.857
51.Pauline Tratz5.014.0665.213.3005.111.2005.613.13351.699
52.Teja Belak5.313.7665.013.2005.012.2664.712.43351.665
53.Tutya Yılmaz5.013.7334.912.3665.712.7335.312.80051.632
54.Emma Larsson5.013.8665.012.0005.612.9005.112.73351.499
55.Marisa Dick5.013.4664.612.3665.113.2004.612.33351.365
56.Ana Đerek4.813.9333.610.5334.712.9335.613.57550.974
57.Catalina Escobar5.013.9665.112.0334.512.4005.012.50050.899
58.Kylie Dickson5.013.6585.413.0415.512.5665.111.53350.798
59.Ellis O'Reilly4.813.4664.412.3334.812.0004.712.23350.032
60.Jeong Heeyeon5.013.4665.011.8005.312.0335.012.40049.699
61.Ailén Valente4.412.9334.912.7334.711.5664.712.36649.598
62.Marina Nekrasova4.212.9004.512.4005.011.7335.412.10049.133
63.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.013.6005.612.5004.610.1665.012.86649.132
64.Kim Chaeyeon5.013.6005.612.9664.610.6335.111.53348.732
65.Jasmin Mader5.013.6664.89.6665.110.9665.112.60046.898
66.Lee Goim0.00.0005.211.9335.311.0004.912.10035.033

Women's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1.Dipa Karmakar7.08.06615.06614.799 Q
2.Alexa Moreno6.28.66614.86614.699 Q
3.Oksana Chusovitina6.28.7330.114.83314.633 Q
4.Daniele Hypólito5.39.03314.33314.433 Q
5.Courtney McGregor5.88.60014.40014.100 Q
6.Emily Little5.88.76614.56613.978 Q
7.Gabriela Janik5.38.80014.10013.766 Q
8.Argyro Afrati5.08.76613.76613.633 Q
9.Houry Gebeshian5.08.98313.98312.908 R1
10.Goim Lee0.00.0006.616 R2

Individual Vault ScoresDENDScore
1.Dipa Karmakar7.08.06615.066
1.Giulia Steingruber6.28.86615.066
3.Jade Barbosa5.89.16614.966
4.Rebeca Andrade5.89.13314.933
5.Alexa Moreno6.28.66614.866
6.Oksana Chusovitina6.28.7330.114.833
7.Marcia Vidiaux6.08.80014.800
8.Zsófia Kovács5.88.90014.700
9.Lorrane Oliveira5.88.80814.608
10.Emily Little5.88.76614.566
11.Flávia Saraiva5.88.73314.533
12.Courtney McGregor5.88.60014.400
13.Pauline Schäfer5.48.96614.366
13.Ana Sofía Gómez5.88.56614.366
15.Daniele Hypólito5.39.03314.333
15.Anamaria Ocolișan5.88.6330.114.333
15.Jessica López5.88.6330.114.333
18.Phan Thị Hà Thanh5.88.50014.300
19.Axelle Klinckaert5.09.20014.200
20.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska5.48.76614.166
21.Rianna Mizzen5.09.10014.100
21.Tabea Alt5.09.10014.100
21.Gabriela Janik5.38.80014.100
24.Pauline Tratz5.09.06614.066
24.Toni-Ann Williams5.09.06614.066
24.Barbora Mokošová5.09.06614.066
27.Diana Bulimar5.09.03314.033
28.Elisabeth Seitz5.09.00014.000
28.Ana Lago5.09.00014.000
30.Silvia Zarzu5.88.19113.991
31.Houry Gebeshian5.08.98313.983
32.Georgia-Rose Brown5.08.96613.966
32.Catalina Escobar5.08.96613.966
32.Sophie Scheder5.08.96613.966
35.Ana Đerek4.89.13313.933
36.Marine Boyer5.08.91613.916
37.Emma Nedov5.08.90013.900
37.Gäelle Mys5.08.90013.900
37.Isabela Onyshko5.08.90013.900
37.Ana Pérez5.08.90013.900
37.Marine Brevet5.08.90013.900
42.Loan His5.08.86613.866
42.Irina Sazonova5.08.86613.866
42.Emma Larsson5.08.86613.866
45.Thea Brogli5.08.83313.833
45.Ilaria Käslin5.08.83313.833
47.Rune Hermans5.08.80013.800
47.Laura Waem5.08.80013.800
47.Louise Vanhille5.08.80013.800
47.Lee Hyebeen5.08.80013.800
47.Yun Narae5.08.80013.800
47.Ariana Orrego5.08.80013.800
47.Angelina Kysla5.08.80013.800
54.Simona Castro5.08.76613.766
54.Claudia Colom5.08.76613.766
54.Anne Kuhm5.08.76613.766
54.Argyro Afrati5.08.76613.766
54.Ana Filipa Martins5.08.76613.766
54.Dora Vulcan5.08.76613.766
54.Teja Belak5.38.46613.766
54.Laura Schulte5.08.76613.766
62.Kiara Munteanu5.08.73313.733
62.Tutya Yılmaz5.08.73313.733
64.Lisa Ecker5.08.70013.700
64.Zhang Jin5.28.50013.700
64.Lara Mori5.08.70013.700
67.Jasmin Mader5.08.66613.666
68.Kylie Dickson5.08.65813.658
69.Julie Croket5.08.60013.600
69.Victoria-Kayen Woo5.08.60013.600
69.Giorgia Campana5.08.60013.600
69.Kim Chaeyeon5.08.60013.600
69.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.08.60013.600
74.Noémi Makra5.08.50013.500
75.Ellis O'Reilly4.88.66613.466
75.Jeong Heeyeon5.08.46613.466
75.Marisa Dick5.08.46613.466
78.Vasiliki Millousi4.48.96613.366
79.Ailén Valente4.48.53312.933
80.Marina Nekrasova4.28.70012.900
81.Cătălina Ponor4.77.63312.333
82.Lee Goim0.00.0000.000

Uneven Bars QualificationDENDScore
1.Elisabeth Seitz6.68.56615.166 Q
2.Sophie Scheder6.48.70015.100 Q
3.Loan His6.18.44114.541 Q
4.Gabby Jupp6.18.33314.433 Q
5.Rebeca Andrade6.08.40014.400 Q
6.Senna Deriks6.18.23314.333 Q
7.Oréane Lechenault6.38.03314.333 Q
8.Louise Vanhille6.18.16614.266
9.Leah Griesser5.88.41614.216
10.Larrissa Miller6.18.10014.200 Q
10.Laura Waem6.18.10014.200 Q
12.Tabea Alt5.78.46614.166
13.Ana Filipa Martins5.98.23314.133 R1
14.Lorrane Oliveira5.88.26614.066 R2
15.Sanne Wevers5.68.40014.000 R3
16.Victoria-Kayen Woo5.78.26613.966
17.Axelle Klinckaert5.68.30013.900
18.Ana Pérez5.98.00013.900
19.Lara Mori5.58.33313.833
20.Rianna Mizzen5.88.03313.833
21.Giorgia Campana5.68.16613.766
21.Ana Lago5.68.16613.766
23.Vasiliki Millousi5.28.53313.733
24.Ana Sofía Gómez5.58.23313.733
25.Georgia-Rose Brown5.77.96613.666
26.Jessica López5.58.13313.633
27.Flávia Saraiva5.77.93313.633
28.Gabriela Janik5.77.90013.600
28.Giulia Steingruber5.77.90013.600
30.Barbora Mokošová5.48.16613.566
31.Rune Hermans5.58.06613.566
32.Irina Sazonova5.87.73313.533
33.Anne Kuhm5.28.30013.500
34.Ilaria Käslin5.38.13313.433
35.Julie Croket5.48.03313.433
36.Carolyne Pedro5.57.93313.433
37.Angelina Kysla5.77.73313.433
38.Pauline Tratz5.28.10013.300
39.Stefanie Siegenthaler5.18.16613.266
40.Argyro Afrati5.47.86613.266
41.Noémi Makra5.97.36613.266
42.Isabela Onyshko6.07.26613.266
43.Caterina Barloggio5.28.03313.233
44.Teja Belak5.08.20013.200
45.Anamaria Ocolișan5.47.80013.200
46.Emma Nedov5.57.70013.200
47.Zhang Jin4.98.26613.166
48.Eun Ju Lee5.37.86613.166
48.Ariana Orrego5.37.86613.166
50.Houry Gebeshian4.88.33313.133
51.Lisa Ecker5.37.80013.100
52.Claudia Colom5.87.26613.066
53.Kylie Dickson5.47.64113.041
54.Zsófia Kovács5.87.23313.033
55.Kim Chaeyeon5.67.36612.966
56.Maria Holbura5.17.76612.866
57.Dora Vulcan5.07.80012.800
58.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska5.27.57512.775
59.Ailén Valente4.97.83312.733
60.Marcia Vidiaux5.37.43312.733
61.Jade Barbosa5.77.03312.733
62.Kiara Munteanu5.57.16612.666
63.Becky Downie6.06.63312.633
64.Simona Castro4.68.00012.600
65.Lee Hyebeen5.66.96612.566
66.Courtney McGregor5.27.33312.533
67.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.66.90012.500
68.Marina Nekrasova4.57.90012.400
69.Marisa Dick4.67.76612.366
70.Tutya Yılmaz4.97.46612.366
71.Ellis O'Reilly4.47.93312.333
72.Alexa Moreno5.36.90012.200
73.Thea Brogli4.57.66612.166
74.Catalina Escobar5.16.93312.033
75.Emma Larsson5.07.00012.000
76.Lee Goim5.26.73311.933
77.Marine Brevet5.56.36611.866
78.Toni-Ann Williams3.78.13311.833
79.Jeong Heeyeon5.06.80011.800
80.Diana Bulimar5.46.6330.311.733
81.Dipa Karmakar4.57.20011.700
82.Oksana Chusovitina5.16.56611.666
83.Phan Thị Hà Thanh4.17.50011.600
84.Ana Đerek3.66.93310.533
85.Jasmin Mader4.84.8669.666

Balance Beam QualificationDENDScore
1.Cătălina Ponor5.88.80014.600 Q
2.Sanne Wevers6.08.60014.600 Q
3.Flávia Saraiva6.28.36614.566 Q
4.Lieke Wevers5.88.70814.508 Q
5.Pauline Schäfer6.08.50014.500 Q
6.Isabela Onyshko6.47.86614.266 Q
7.Jade Barbosa5.88.43314.233 Q
8.Giulia Steingruber5.98.33314.233 Q
9.Ana Sofía Gómez6.18.13314.233 R1
10.Marine Brevet5.68.56614.166 R2
11.Daniele Hypólito5.88.36614.166
12.Diana Bulimar5.68.54114.141 R3
13.Tabea Alt5.88.26614.066
14.Marine Boyer6.08.00014.000
15.Vasiliki Millousi5.78.26613.966
16.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska5.88.16613.966
17.Axelle Klinckaert5.98.06613.966
18.Zhang Jin6.07.90013.900
19.Rune Hermans5.58.33313.833
20.Gäelle Mys5.68.23313.833
21.Loan His5.28.60013.800
22.Ilaria Käslin5.38.50013.800
23.Phan Thị Hà Thanh5.97.90013.800
24.Giorgia Campana5.87.96613.766
25.Angelina Kysla5.97.9330.113.733
26.Emma Nedov6.07.8330.113.733
27.Claudia Colom5.38.42513.725
28.Laura Waem5.48.30013.700
29.Toni-Ann Williams5.68.06613.666
30.Jessica López5.48.23313.633
31.Lorrane Oliveira5.18.46613.566
32.Alexa Moreno5.68.0660.113.566
33.Lara Mori5.58.06613.566
34.Maria Holbura5.48.13313.533
35.Elisabeth Seitz5.58.00013.500
36.Yun Narae5.48.06613.466
37.Lisa Ecker5.57.96613.466
38.Emily Little5.38.06613.366
39.Dipa Karmakar5.47.96613.366
40.Gong Kangyi5.47.93313.333
41.Zsófia Kovács5.57.80013.300
42.Stefanie Siegenthaler5.37.93313.233
43.Marcia Vidiaux5.57.73313.233
44.Becky Downie5.87.43313.233
45.Marisa Dick5.18.2000.113.200
46.Gabby Jupp5.28.00013.200
47.Oksana Chusovitina5.37.90013.200
48.Georgia-Rose Brown5.27.86613.066
49.Noémi Makra5.47.7330.113.033
50.Anne Kuhm5.57.53313.033
51.Thea Brogli4.98.10013.000
52.Ana Đerek4.78.23312.933
53.Gabriela Janik4.98.03312.933
54.Emma Larsson5.67.30012.900
55.Caterina Barloggio4.78.16612.866
56.Irina Sazonova5.37.56612.866
57.Julie Croket5.47.43312.833
57.Louise Vanhille5.47.43312.833
59.Ana Pérez5.67.23312.833
60.Argyro Afrati5.17.70012.800
61.Houry Gebeshian4.78.03312.733
62.Dora Vulcan5.37.43312.733
63.Rianna Mizzen5.77.03312.733
63.Ana Lago5.77.03312.733
63.Tutya Yılmaz5.77.03312.733
66.Ariana Orrego4.87.86612.666
67.Anamaria Ocolișan5.47.16612.566
68.Kylie Dickson5.57.06612.566
69.Carolyne Pedro5.27.26612.466
70.Eun Ju Lee5.37.16612.466
71.Catalina Escobar4.57.90012.400
72.Ana Filipa Martins5.37.10012.400
73.Barbora Mokošová5.47.00012.400
74.Courtney McGregor5.56.90012.400
75.Sophie Scheder5.56.80012.300
76.Teja Belak5.07.26612.266
77.Victoria-Kayen Woo5.56.73312.233
78.Simona Castro5.26.83312.033
79.Jeong Heeyeon5.36.73312.033
80.Ellis O'Reilly4.87.20012.000
81.Marina Nekrasova5.06.73311.733
82.Ailén Valente4.76.86611.566
83.Kiara Munteanu4.96.40011.300
84.Pauline Tratz5.16.10011.200
85.Lee Goim5.35.8000.111.000
86.Jasmin Mader5.15.86610.966

Women's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1.Giulia Steingruber6.18.60814.708 Q
2.Cătălina Ponor5.88.50014.300 Q
3.Flávia Saraiva5.68.55014.150 Q
4.Larrissa Miller6.08.2000.114.100 Q
5.Diana Bulimar5.78.33314.033 Q
6.Daniele Hypólito5.88.13313.933 Q
7.Jade Barbosa5.97.99113.891
8.Leah Griesser5.58.36613.866 Q
9.Axelle Klinckaert5.68.26613.866 Q
10.Pauline Schäfer5.78.3660.313.766 R1
11.Isabela Onyshko5.78.00013.700 R2
12.Tabea Alt5.48.26613.666
13.Jessica López5.68.1660.113.666 R3
14.Gäelle Mys5.58.13313.633
15.Ana Đerek5.67.97513.575
16.Ana Pérez5.58.06613.566
17.Zhang Jin5.38.25013.550
18.Maria Holbura5.58.04113.541
19.Julie Croket5.38.23313.533
19.Oréane Lechenault5.38.23313.533
21.Ilaria Käslin5.58.03313.533
22.Lieke Wevers5.38.20013.500
23.Emily Little5.48.10013.500
24.Marine Brevet5.28.3830.113.483
25.Loan His5.48.06613.466
26.Simona Castro5.48.05813.458
27.Ana Lago5.57.93313.433
28.Alexa Moreno5.67.83313.433
29.Lorrane Oliveira5.38.10013.400
30.Laura Waem5.08.37513.375
31.Vasiliki Millousi5.47.96613.366
32.Emma Nedov5.57.86613.366
32.Zsófia Kovács5.57.86613.366
32.Toni-Ann Williams5.57.86613.366
35.Argyro Afrati5.57.83313.333
36.Lara Mori5.57.9000.113.300
37.Ana Filipa Martins5.48.0750.213.275
38.Anne Kuhm5.18.16613.266
39.Gong Kangyi5.77.6660.113.266
40.Angelina Kysla5.37.93313.233
41.Claudia Colom5.18.07513.175
42.Marine Boyer5.37.86613.166
43.Ana Sofía Gómez5.77.46613.166
44.Pauline Tratz5.67.8330.313.133
45.Courtney McGregor5.47.73313.133
46.Rianna Mizzen5.57.63313.133
47.Marcia Vidiaux5.67.46613.066
48.Georgia-Rose Brown5.18.0000.113.000
49.Victoria-Kayen Woo5.37.70013.000
50.Phan Thị Hà Thanh5.47.60013.000
51.Sophie Scheder4.88.16612.966
52.Caterina Barloggio5.07.96612.966
53.Dora Vulcan5.27.8660.112.966
54.Rune Hermans5.47.50012.900
55.Lisa Ecker5.07.86612.866
55.Farah Ann Abdul Hadi5.07.86612.866
57.Giorgia Campana4.97.93312.833
58.Laura Schulte5.17.8330.112.833
59.Tutya Yılmaz5.37.50012.800
60.Oksana Chusovitina5.07.76612.766
61.Emma Larsson5.17.8330.212.733
62.Gabriela Janik5.07.70012.700
63.Irina Sazonova5.17.56612.666
64.Lee Hyebeen5.37.36612.666
65.Ariana Orrego5.07.60012.600
66.Jasmin Mader5.17.50012.600
67.Houry Gebeshian4.77.86612.566
68.Dipa Karmakar5.27.36612.566
69.Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska5.27.4330.112.533
70.Barbora Mokošová4.67.90012.500
71.Catalina Escobar5.07.50012.500
72.Silvia Zarzu5.76.8660.112.466
73.Teja Belak4.77.73312.433
74.Yun Narae5.37.4000.312.400
75.Jeong Heeyeon5.07.40012.400
76.Ailén Valente4.77.7660.112.366
77.Marisa Dick4.67.73312.333
78.Carolyne Pedro5.46.90012.300
79.Ellis O'Reilly4.77.6330.112.233
80.Noémi Makra5.26.93312.133
81.Lee Goim4.97.20012.100
82.Marina Nekrasova5.46.70012.100
83.Kylie Dickson5.16.5330.111.533
83.Kim Chaeyeon5.16.5330.111.533

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