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Written by dwight normile    Thursday, 13 August 2015 13:51    PDF Print
Foberg Takes First-Day Lead at Junior P&G Championships
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

2014 junior champion Jazmyn Foberg posted a 58.350 to take the lead over her MG Elite teammate Lauren Hernandez (57.950) at the P&G Championships in Indianapolis. Foberg's double-twisting Yurchenko on vault earned 15.000 for the top score of the event, and her 14.800 on uneven bars (Maloney-half, Jaeger piked toe-on Tkatchev, Gienger) ranked second behind Hernandez's winning 14.900 (Tkatchev, piked Ricna, Ricna). Foberg showed the most ambitious tumbling on floor (see notes below), but a few weak landings and an out-of-bounds deduction pulled her score down.

"It's really exciting," said Foberg of her position as the defending champion. "I just want to do it again and take it one step at a time. …I'm glad how today turned out."

Hernandez said her victory at the recent U.S. Classic made her "a little bit nervous but more excited." She took a 0.10 zone deduction on her double-twisting Yurchenko and placed second on floor exercise, where her expression and presentation was tops in the field. Beam, her final event, prevented her from finishing on top today.

"I was a little bit shaky on beam," she said, adding that her coach Maggie Haney evaluated her performance as "pretty good." Hernandez took that to mean that there was room for improvement on Saturday.

Short and powerful, Ragan Smith of Texas Dreams finished third with 57.400, which included the top scores on beam (14.500) and floor 14.550). She began the day on uneven bars (Tkatchev, Ricna) and was lucky to save a wayward full pirouette on the low bar. Still, the break resulted in a 13.650. Her beam included a standing piked full and two flip-flops to a double tuck. Her floor,  performed to West Side Story, and included a double layout, 1.5 twist through to triple twist, Arabian double and piked double. She finished her day with a strong double-twisting Yurchenko.

Smith said her goals coming into the weekend were "to hit eight for eight routines and stay calm." And did she stay calm? "I tried to," she said with a laugh.

Jordan Chiles (Naydenov) led after her first two events, vault and bars, but 10th-place finishes on beam and floor left her in fourth (56.700). She had several wobbles on beam, and took a 0.30 out-of-bounds deduction on floor. Chiles said she tried to stay focused after realizing she had the midway lead.

"I'm so proud of myself that I'm still fourth," she said.

Gabby Perea (Legacy Elite) rounded out the top five with 55.950.

 

NOTES

• The junior women's field comprises 28 gymnasts. The largest contingent, once again, is Texas Dreams with five, and they started on bars. The next highest is Twin City Twisters with three.

Steve Nunno, former coach of Shannon Miller, is here coaching Emily Gaskins (Palm Beach). No sighting of Peggy Liddick when she got to beam, where Gaskins hit her routine until she fell on her double back dismount.

Christina Desiderio (Parkettes) showed excellent difficulty in her floor tumbling: tucked double-double, 1.5 twist through to double tuck, double layout, double pike (6.0 D-score, 14.30).

• In the same rotation as Desiderio, defending junior all-around champion Jazmyn Foberg (MG Elite) showed the hardest tumbling: full-twisting double layout (knees bent), tucked double-double (knees buckled on landing), tucked full-in, double pike (6.1 D-score, 14.20).

Sydney Johnson-Scharpf's ankles (and heels) are taped exactly how her mother and coach, Brandy Johnson, had hers taped more than two decades ago: tan-colored tape from the base of her toes to well above the ankle.

Deanne Soza (Arete) mounted floor with a very clean tucked full-in (knees together, toes pointed).

• Coolest Name? Trinity Thomas (Prestige). It tumbles gracefully off the tongue. Her gymnastics was pretty cool too. Keep an eye on her.

• Notably Missing: Norah Flatley (Chow's). Texted Chow Liang: "Her foot is not 100%, so I wanted to save her for next year."

 
Written by dwight normile    Wednesday, 12 August 2015 16:49    PDF Print
Titles On the Line in Indianapolis
(5 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)

So here we are in Indianapolis in Bankers Life Fieldhouse — now that has a ring to it — on the eve of the 2015 P&G Championships. Everything has a corporate title nowadays, doesn't it? For the longest time the "nationals" were called the Championships of the USA, which sounded a lot more official. What is a P&G title exactly? Remember the Dial American Cup?

Notably, Indy is home to USA Gymnastics. Its motto is "Begin Here, Go Anywhere." Formerly known as the United States Gymnastics Federation, or USGF, it actually began in a Tucson kitchen and later went to Fort Worth, Texas, which is a big reason why the 1979 World Championships were held there. It was the first worlds in the U.S.

Indianapolis is also home of the NCAA, which is still called the NCAA. After all, selling its naming rights would lead to self-imposed sanctions.

Remember the 1991 Indianapolis World Championships? Inside the sprawling Hoosier Dome — now Lucas Oil Stadium — Kim Zmeskal became the first American to win the world all-around title. And after people harped about home-cooked scoring, she won two of the four gold medals at the first (and should have been the last) Individual World Championships in Paris in 1992. Zmeskal is here with her talented team from Texas Dreams.

The 2015 P&Gs will feature two talented athletes going for a three-peat: Simone Biles and Sam Mikulak. The main difference is that Biles is going for a third straight world title in October. Both the women's and men's battles should be interesting in Indianapolis.

Biles has a pair of 2012 Olympic gold medalists breathing down her neck, or maybe they will just be nipping at her heels. Biles is still the best gymnast on the planet by an orbit or two. But at the recent U.S. Classic (sorry, the Secret U.S. Classic), Gabby Douglas, more so than Aly Raisman, looked pretty good, all things considered. She did not vault an Amanar, but nobody really expected her to at this point. In her first meet back, Douglas actually looked sure of herself on the apparatus, which was rarely the case in the run-up to London 2012. Even at those games, she was hit or miss. She just hit on the right night.

I am looking forward to seeing Raisman again here, because at the Classic she looked labored at times with the difficulty she was attempting. Consistency and really difficult tumbling were her trademarks in 2012. And she should know how hard it can be to make a second Olympics. Her club mate Alicia Sacramone looked incredible four years ago and didn't even make alternate. There just wasn't room on the team. Did Raisman take her place?

What can we expect from Mikulak? Both maddening and magnificent, often in the same routine, he can be a real heartbreaker for fans. He hits the tricky combos and misses the mundane. But he always manages a smile, so that's something we can all learn from him.

Mikulak is not likely to lap the field the way Biles can. He's got Jake Dalton, Donnell Whittenburg and Danell Leyva to contend with. And don't forget Alex Naddour, whose pommel horse brilliance gives him an edge there. He's solid on every other event. If Whittenburg can figure out how to catch his Cassina on high bar, or just add something to that routine, he could be the dominant male in the U.S. Yes, his form is loose, but his amplitude makes up for it. He's the only gymnast here who will finish his Dmitrienko and Dalton well above the p-bars. Without a competitive pommel horse set, Dalton must play catch-up throughout the other five events. But he could win this meet. So could Leyva, who seems to pop up in my Facebook newsfeed every day with another "cleaning up" (insert event) video. He's looking good and hungry again.

Who did I forget? Veteran Jonathan Horton? Newcomer Marvin Kimble?

It all starts tomorrow, and it should be fun.

 
Written by Amanda Turner    Saturday, 01 August 2015 11:01    PDF Print
Klinckaert Takes Two Titles in Tbilisi
(1 vote, average 5.00 out of 5)



All-around silver medalist Axelle Klinckaert (Belgium) won two titles as the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival concluded Friday and Saturday in Tbilisi, Georgia. Pictured: Russia's Daria Skrypnik (pictured, with Belgian Nina Derwael of Belgium and Russian Anastasia Ilyankova) was the most successful gymnast in Tbilisi with six medals.

All-around silver medalist Axelle Klinckaert (Belgium) won two titles as the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival concluded Friday and Saturday in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Russia added three more gold medals and Great Britain won two more titles in apparatus finals. The gymnastics competition ended with the Russians on top of the medal standings, with 14 medals (five gold, three silver, six bronze). Great Britain won 10 (4-5-1) and Belgium six (2-3-1).

Russia's Daria Skrypnik was the most successful gymnast in Tbilisi, winning six out of six possible medals. Skrypnik, 14, added a third gold medal on uneven bars, silvers on vault and floor and bronze on balance beam.

Klinckaert was the only double champion in apparatus finals, winning golds on balance beam and floor exercise. Her teammate Nina Derwael finished just .05 behind Skrypnik on uneven bars, taking the silver with an impressive set (Stalder-full, Stalder-Shaposhnikova-half; giant-blind to Jaeger; Hindorff-Pak; Maloney-half; full-twisting double), and won the bronze on floor exercise.

France's Marine Boyer won the gold on vault over Skrypnik, with both gymnasts vaulting a double-twisting and single-twisting Yurchenko. Russian Yelena Yeryomina won the bronze with 1-1/2- and full-twisting Yurchenkos.

In the men's competition, Great Britain added two more gold medals. Youth Olympic Games champion Giarnni Regini-Moran bounced back from his all-around disappoint to take the gold medal on floor exercise and silver medals on vault and high bar. Teammate Joe Fraser, the all-around champion, won the gold on parallel bars, silver on pommel horse and bronze on still rings.

The Russian men also took two gold medals from Alexander Sychugov on pommel horse and all-around silver medalist Maxim Sinichkin on still rings.

Belarusian Yahor Sharamkou vaulted to the gold over Regini-Moran and Georgia's Dmitry Govorov, who brought a bronze to the host country. Moreno Kratter ended the competition with the gold medal on high bar for Switzerland.

The biennial multisport event gathers Europe's top young talents, with more than 3,000 athletes competing in Tbilisi. The 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival was awarded to Győr, Hungary.

External Link: Official Website

2015 European Youth Olympic Festival
July 31-August 1, Tbilisi, Georgia

Women's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Marine Boyer5.88.55014.35014.275
5.09.20014.200
2.Daria Skrypnik5.88.55014.35014.100
5.08.85013.850
3.Yelena Yeryomina5.38.80014.10014.000
5.08.90013.900
4.Zsófia Kovács5.08.95013.95013.800
4.49.25013.650
5.Marie Skammelsen5.08.80013.80013.800
5.28.60013.800
6.Tabea Alt5.09.10014.10013.675
5.87.7500.313.250
7.Maisie Methuen5.08.70013.70013.625
4.68.95013.550
8.Livia Schmid5.08.7000.113.60013.600
4.88.80013.600

Uneven Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Daria Skrypnik6.48.45014.850
2.Nina Derwael6.28.60014.800
3.Anastasia Ilyankova6.28.50014.700
4.Diana Varinska6.18.55014.650
5.Tabea Alt6.28.10014.300
6.Florine Harder5.68.05013.650
7.Zsófia Kovács5.96.95012.850
8.Emmy Haavisto5.27.00012.200

Balance Beam FinalDENDScore
1.Axelle Klinckaert5.98.05013.950
2.Maisie Methuen5.28.45013.650
3.Daria Skrypnik5.57.25012.750
4.Martina Maggio5.67.05012.650
5.Nina Derwael5.56.70012.200
6.Ioana Crişan5.76.40012.100
7.Zsófia Kovács5.36.55011.850
8.Anastasia Ilyankova5.46.35011.750

Women's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Axelle Klinckaert5.58.60014.100
2.Daria Skrypnik5.58.40013.900
3.Nina Derwael5.38.45013.750
4.Juliette Bossu5.48.35013.750
5.Tabea Alt5.48.30013.700
6.Yelena Yeryomina5.28.40013.600
7.Olivia Cîmpean5.68.00013.600
8.Martina Maggio5.08.35013.350

Men's Floor Exercise FinalDENDScore
1.Giarnni Regini-Moran5.88.90014.700
2.Hamish Carter5.38.80014.100
3.Krisztián Boncser5.38.75014.050
4.Kjell Vanstrom5.18.70013.800
5.Iliaz Pyncket4.88.85013.650
6.Baptiste Miette5.28.20013.400
7.Moreno Kratter5.37.50012.800
8.Maxim Ivanov4.47.2000.411.200

Pommel Horse FinalDENDScore
1.Alexander Sychugov5.59.20014.700
2.Joe Fraser5.88.40014.200
3.Lorenzo Galli5.09.00014.000
4.Giarnni Regini-Moran5.28.50013.700
5.Hamza Yılmaz4.88.85013.650
6.Stefano Patron4.78.90013.600
7.Carlo Hoerr4.47.20011.600
8.Mher Tudoyan3.25.1008.300

Still Rings FinalDENDScore
1.Maxim Sinichkin4.99.25014.150
2.Nick Klessinj5.28.90014.100
3.Joe Fraser5.09.05014.050
4.Hamza Yılmaz5.38.70014.000
5.Eduard Yermakov5.48.60014.000
6.Artyom Arnaut4.89.05013.850
7.Giarnni Regini-Moran4.78.90013.600
8.Artur Avetisyan4.26.85011.050

Men's Vault FinalDENDScoreAverage
1.Yahor Sharamkou5.29.0000.114.10014.400
5.69.10014.700
2.Giarnni Regini-Moran5.69.0500.314.35014.400
5.29.25014.450
3.Dmitry Govorov5.68.20013.80014.150
5.29.30014.500
4.Hamish Carter5.29.3500.114.45014.075
4.49.30013.700
5.Silas Kipfer5.29.20014.40014.050
4.49.30013.700
6.Joel Plata5.29.40014.60014.025
4.49.05013.450
7.Krisztián Boncser5.69.05014.65013.775
3.69.30012.900
8.Luca Garza5.29.1000.314.00013.275
4.48.2500.112.550

Parallel Bars FinalDENDScore
1.Joe Fraser5.49.20014.600
2.Eduard Yermakov5.98.55014.450
3.Kevin Carvalho5.19.10014.200
4.Ilias Georgiou4.89.30014.100
5.Maxim Sinichkin5.48.60014.000
6.Andreas Gribi5.38.55013.850
7.Moreno Kratter4.88.80013.600
8.Baptiste Miette5.17.95013.050

High Bar FinalDENDScore
1.Moreno Kratter5.58.55014.050
2.Giarnni Regini-Moran4.79.15013.850
3.Lorenzo Galli5.08.80013.800
4.Artyom Arnaut5.48.20013.600
5.Iliaz Pyncket4.68.95013.550
6.Joe Fraser5.08.20013.200
7.Luca Garza4.28.75012.950
8.Krisztián Boncser4.77.60012.300
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Thursday, 30 July 2015 06:39    PDF Print
Skrypnik, Fraser Win EYOF All-Around
(2 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



Russia's Daria Skrypnik and Great Britain's Joe Fraser won the all-around titles the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival continued Thursday in Tbilisi, Georgia. Pictured: Men's all-around medalists Maxim Sinichin (Russia), Joe Fraser (Great Britain) and Artyom Arnaut (Russia)

Russia's Daria Skrypnik and Great Britain's Joe Fraser won the all-around titles the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival continued Thursday in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The biennial European Youth Olympic Festival is a mult-sport event for the top Olympic hopefuls. This year's edition in the Georgian capital includes nine sports: gymnastics, basketball, cycling, judo, tennis, athletics, swimming, volleyball and handball, and has attracted more than 3,800 athletes from 50 European countries.

Skrypnik and Fraser were the top qualifiers from the team competition in Tbilisi, where each led their respective countries to the team title.

The 14-year-Skrypnik tied Belgium's Axelle Klinckaert with 55.75, but was awarded the gold medal due to a tie break. The lanky Skrypnik had the top score of the day on uneven bars (14.75), where she competed a Komova II to Pak salto-Stalder Shaposhnikova combination; inside Stalder, inside Stalder-blind to piked Jaeger; inside-Stalder full to full-twisting double dismount. Her low score came on balance beam, after she dropped off on a front aerial-illusion combination, but she had the top mark on vault (14.55) for her double-twisting Yurchenko.

Klinckaert was steady, earning highs of 14.20 on balance beam (beautiful two-foot layout; ff, ff double pike dismount) and floor exercise (full-in; triple twist; double pike). She took her low score on uneven bars, showing good form but low amplitude (Tkatchev; Khorkina; double pike dismount).

Russia's Anastasia Ilyankova won the bronze, moving up one spot from qualification. Ilyankova impressed again on uneven bars, earning 14.65 for her dynamic routine (Shaposhnikova, back uprise full to Tkatchev; Hindorff-Pak; Maloney; full-twisting double).

Fraser once again proved the British boys are unbeatable in Europe, easily winning the men's title with 84.75. He had the two top scores of the day, with 14.65 on parallel bars and 14.60 on pommel horse.

"I'm really happy," Fraser said. "It hasn’t quite sunk in yet and doesn’t feel real. Everything came together today and all of my apparatus work was on form."

Russia was second and third, with Maxim Sinichkin winning the silver (83.25) and Artyom Arnaut (82.70).

Great Britains' Giarnni Regini-Moran, who won both the Youth Olympic Games and Junior European championships in 2014, missed the podium after a disastrous 12.35 on pommel horse.

Competition continues Thursday in Tbilisi with the first day of apparatus finals.

External Link: Official Website

2015 European Youth Olympic Festival
July 30, Tbilisi, Georgia

Women's All-Around FinalVTUBBBFXTotal
1.Daria Skrypnik14.5514.7013.0013.5055.75
2.Axelle Klinckaert14.1513.2014.2014.2055.75
3.Anastasia Ilyankova13.8014.6513.6513.4055.50
4.Nina Derwael13.9513.5513.0013.6054.10
5.Zsófia Kovács14.0514.0513.0512.8554.00
6.Ioana Crişan13.8512.8513.6013.7054.00
7.Tabea Alt14.2013.7012.6013.4553.95
8.Florine Harder13.6513.9012.9013.4553.90
9.Marine Boyer13.9012.9013.8513.0553.70
10.Juliette Bossu13.8513.5012.0013.8553.20
11.Caterina Cereghetti13.8012.6013.3013.1552.85
12.Maisie Methuen13.7512.5513.2013.0552.55
13.Martina Maggio13.7512.8012.5013.2052.25
14.Olivia Cîmpean13.7513.1012.1513.1052.10
15.Kirsten Polderman13.3013.0512.9012.8052.05
16.Livia Schmid14.0012.8512.2012.7551.80
17.Diana Varinska12.8512.1513.2512.8551.10
18.Thea Brogli13.7012.5012.1012.4050.70
19.Aneta Holasová13.7012.1512.2512.3050.40
20.Morgan Spruijtenburg12.8512.3012.2013.0550.40
21.Ana Palacios13.7010.7512.6012.7049.75
22.Emmy Haavisto12.8012.2011.2012.7048.90
23.Ellen Haavisto12.7511.6012.2511.6548.25
24.Lucy Stanhope13.7512.5512.4038.70

Men's All-Around FinalFXPHSRVTPBHBTotal
1.Joe Fraser13.9514.6013.7514.0514.6513.7584.75
2.Maxim Sinichkin14.1012.9014.1014.3014.1513.7083.25
3.Artyom Arnaut13.8513.9013.7513.6013.2514.3582.70
4.Giarnni Regini-Moran14.5512.3513.5514.5514.1512.9082.05
5.Baptiste Miette13.5513.9013.2513.9513.6013.0581.30
6.Joel Plata14.1012.8012.7014.4013.8013.0080.80
7.Eduard Yermakov13.6012.9013.9513.2014.2012.8580.70
8.Krisztian Boncser14.5512.0012.4014.9513.0513.7080.65
9.Moreno Kratter14.0012.5513.3513.2513.6513.7080.50
10.Andreas Gribi13.5512.6013.6013.4013.8013.0079.95
11.Kevin Carvalho13.5512.8513.3513.7013.1013.2079.75
12.Dmitrii Govorov13.4512.1513.3514.0513.1512.9579.10
13.Noah Kuavita13.5012.8012.0514.2013.1513.1578.85
14.Ilias Georgiou12.5012.8013.3513.3013.6513.2578.85
15.Takumi Onoshima13.8513.0512.6013.3513.0512.7578.65
16.Luca Garza12.6013.0013.2513.3013.0013.4578.60
17.Tobias Radoi13.4012.7012.7513.2013.5012.7078.25
18.Nick Klessinj12.2012.6013.3014.3513.2512.4578.15
19.Lorenzo Galli12.9013.8013.7012.9511.0513.4077.80
20.Balazs Kiss12.2513.2513.4513.5012.4012.5077.35
21.Aliaksandr Tsikhanovich13.5012.5512.5012.5513.1513.0077.25
22.Dzmitry Hurynovich14.1011.9513.2513.1511.7512.3576.55
23.Kjell Vanstrom13.8012.2012.5512.2013.0012.8076.55
24.Loran de Munck13.2512.1512.6513.4012.4011.8075.65
 
Written by Amanda Turner    Wednesday, 29 July 2015 16:19    PDF Print
Russian Women Take EYOF Title in Tbilisi
(4 votes, average 5.00 out of 5)



The Russian women topped Belgium and Germany as the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival continued Wednesday in Tbilisi, Georgia. Pictured: Russians Yelena Yeryomina, Anastasia Ilyankova and Daria Skrypnik in Tbilisi

The Russian women topped Belgium and Germany as the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival continued Wednesday in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The biennial European Youth Olympic Festival is a mult-sport event for the top Olympic hopefuls. This year's edition in the Georgian capital includes nine sports: gymnastics, basketball, cycling, judo, tennis, athletics, swimming, volleyball and handball, and has attracted more than 3,800 athletes from 50 European countries.

Russia successfully defended its title from the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht, where they topped Great Britain and Romania for gold. This year, the Russian women took the title by just over a point ahead of Belgium. Germany defeated Romania, the 2011 champion, for the bronze.

The Russians had the top team totals on vault and uneven bars, while Belgium outscored the field on balance beam and floor exercise. The Belgians were just eighth in 2013, while Germany finished sixth.

Daria Skrypnik, 14, led the individual qualification (56.900) over Belgians Nina Derwael (56.100) and Axelle Klinckaert (55.650). Russia's Anastasia Ilyankova, who had the highest individual score for her outstanding routine on uneven bars (14.650), qualified fourth (55.050).

Skrypnik qualified first to finals on vault and balance beam, while France's Juliette Bossu had the high score on floor exercise.

Competition continues Thursday in Tbilisi with the individual all-around finals.

External Link: Official Website

2015 European Youth Olympic Festival
July 29, Tbilisi, Georgia

Women's TeamVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Russia 28.500 29.200 27.800 27.400 112.900
Yelena Yeryomina 14.100 12.300 13.200 13.750 53.350
Anastasia Ilyankova 13.750 14.650 13.500 13.150 55.050
Daria Skrypnik 14.400 14.550 14.300 13.650 56.900
2. Belgium 27.950 27.650 28.300 27.850 111.750
Nina Derwael 13.800 14.550 14.000 13.750 56.100
Axelle Klinckaert 14.150 13.100 14.300 14.100 55.650
Julie Meyers 13.800 12.900 11.650 12.400 50.750
3. Germany 27.650 27.200 26.400 26.450 107.700
Tabea Alt 14.000 13.750 12.400 13.600 53.750
Florine Harder 13.650 13.450 13.500 12.450 53.050
Rebecca Matzon 13.250 12.100 12.900 12.850 51.100
4. Romania 27.300 24.900 27.050 27.500 106.750
Olivia Cîmpean 13.650 12.350 12.800 14.050 52.850
Andreea Ciurusniuc 13.650 11.350 13.050 13.450 51.500
Ioana Crişan 13.600 12.550 14.000 13.350 53.500
5. Italy 27.400 25.500 26.750 27.000 106.650
Caterina Cereghetti 13.600 13.000 13.100 13.150 52.850
Francesca Linari 13.600 12.500 13.100 13.300 52.500
Martina Maggio 13.800 12.100 13.650 13.700 53.250
6. France 27.850 25.550 25.450 27.400 106.250
Juliette Bossu 13.700 12.500 13.000 14.150 53.350
Marine Boyer 14.150 13.050 12.450 13.250 52.900
Melanie Dos Santos 12.700 12.700
7. Great Britain 27.200 25.550 26.600 26.400 105.750
Georgia-Mae Fenton 12.400 13.200 12.300 13.400 51.300
Maisie Methuen 13.350 12.350 13.700 13.000 52.400
Lucy Stanhope 13.850 12.200 12.900 12.700 51.650
8. Switzerland 27.550 25.100 26.050 26.350 105.050
Thea Brogli 13.800 12.500 13.050 12.500 51.850
Lynn Genhart 12.450 11.250 9.450 13.000 46.150
Livia Schmid 13.750 12.600 13.000 13.350 52.700
9. Ukraine 26.850 25.100 26.100 26.100 104.150
Yana Horokhova 13.600 11.000 11.600 13.550 49.750
Diana Varinska 13.250 14.100 13.150 12.550 53.050
Alisa Zadvorna 12.550 9.800 12.950 12.400 47.700
10. Hungary 26.800 25.000 25.750 25.100 102.650
Noémi Jakab 12.900 11.500 12.000 12.350 48.750
Zsófia Kovács 13.700 13.350 13.750 12.750 53.550
Dóra Szekely 13.100 11.650 10.600 12.100 47.450
11. Sweden 26.850 25.500 24.400 24.750 101.500
Alva Eriksson 13.150 8.600 11.700 11.900 45.350
Ellen Haavisto 13.700 12.100 12.000 12.350 50.150
Emmy Haavisto 13.150 13.400 12.400 12.400 51.350
12. Czech Republic 26.900 23.250 25.500 25.450 101.100
Aneta Holasová 13.800 11.650 13.100 12.900 51.450
Lucie Jiříková 13.100 11.600 10.600 12.000 47.300
Vendula Měrková 12.600 10.250 12.400 12.550 47.800
13. Netherlands 26.000 24.050 24.350 26.100 100.500
Sering Perdok 11.000 11.000
Kirsten Polderman 13.150 11.800 11.950 12.950 49.850
Morgan Spruijtenburg 12.850 12.250 12.400 13.150 50.650
14. Georgia 26.800 22.850 24.950 25.200 99.800
Polina Borzykh 13.500 11.700 12.250 12.300 49.750
Maria Butckikh 12.650 11.150 11.500 12.200 47.500
Magda Robakidze 13.300 10.450 12.700 12.900 49.350
15. Bulgaria 25.850 20.800 25.900 26.150 98.700
Greta Banishka 12.150 11.450 12.400 12.750 48.750
Pamela Georgieva 13.350 9.350 13.500 13.400 49.600
Denitsa Ivanova 12.500 7.050 9.000 10.850 39.400
16. Belarus 25.950 23.300 22.850 24.650 96.750
Aliaksandra Artsiukh 12.400 12.150 11.000 11.850 47.400
Anastasia Harodnaya 13.150 10.350 11.650 12.800 47.950
Hanna Traukova 12.800 11.150 11.200 11.350 46.500
17. Ireland 25.650 21.900 24.500 23.150 95.200
Casey Bell 13.100 12.100 12.350 11.850 49.400
Liling Martin 12.550 9.800 12.150 11.300 45.800
18. Turkey 25.500 20.950 23.100 24.550 94.100
Doga Ketenci 0.000 9.150 9.450 12.300 30.900
Iclal Özbay 12.100 11.100 12.250 11.300 46.750
Beyza Türkmen 13.400 9.850 10.850 12.250 46.350
19. Slovenia 26.650 20.400 22.650 24.300 94.000
Lucija Hribar 13.600 10.100 11.500 11.500 46.700
Pia Hribar 12.550 9.150 10.100 12.100 43.900
Lara Omahen 13.050 10.300 11.150 12.200 46.700
20. Finland 25.250 21.800 22.100 24.700 93.850
Riina Kaleva 12.400 10.100 10.950 12.450 45.900
Tira Kuitunen 12.450 10.550 11.000 12.250 46.250
Siiri Saukkonen 12.800 11.250 11.100 12.250 47.400
21. Norway 25.000 20.050 23.650 24.950 93.650
Linn Finstad 12.350 9.650 12.100 12.650 46.750
Pernille Gulbrandsen 12.400 10.400 10.900 12.300 46.000
Ingrid Von Hafenbrädl 12.600 7.950 11.550 11.350 43.450
22. Portugal 25.400 19.000 23.650 24.650 92.700
Leonora Ribeiro 12.500 9.100 12.000 12.250 45.850
Mariana Marianito 12.750 8.150 11.650 12.100 44.650
Rita Araújo 12.650 9.900 9.350 12.400 44.300
23. Iceland 25.700 19.600 24.000 23.300 92.600
Nanna Guðmundsdóttir 12.800 8.000 12.550 11.800 45.150
Inga Sigurðardóttir 12.900 9.700 10.850 11.350 44.800
Fjóla Rún Thorsteinsdóttir 12.400 9.900 11.450 11.500 45.250
24. Austria 24.900 18.050 22.400 23.000 88.350
Lara Koenig 12.550 7.600 10.900 11.650 42.700
Tamara Stadelmann 12.350 10.450 11.500 11.350 45.650
25. Lithuania 26.050 19.000 21.350 21.900 88.300
Diana Balkyte 12.750 9.050 9.850 10.350 42.000
Agata Vostruchovaitė 13.300 9.950 11.500 11.550 46.300
26. Poland 25.100 18.100 19.150 23.150 85.500
Małgorzata Bulanda 12.650 9.100 9.250 12.200 43.200
Patrycja Dronia 12.450 9.000 9.900 10.950 42.300
27. Latvia 24.900 18.650 19.750 21.550 84.850
Nikola Melne 12.900 8.450 9.000 10.800 41.150
Marija Ribaļčenko 12.000 10.200 10.750 10.750 43.700

Women's All-Around QualificationVTUBBBFXTotal
1. Daria Skrypnik 14.400 14.550 14.300 13.650 56.900 Q
2. Nina Derwael 13.800 14.550 14.000 13.750 56.100 Q
3. Axelle Klinckaert 14.150 13.100 14.300 14.100 55.650 Q
4. Anastasia Ilyankova 13.750 14.650 13.500 13.150 55.050 Q
5. Tabea Alt 14.000 13.750 12.400 13.600 53.750 Q
6. Zsófia Kovács 13.700 13.350 13.750 12.750 53.550 Q
7. Ioana Crişan 13.600 12.550 14.000 13.350 53.500 Q
8. Yelena Yeryomina 14.100 12.300 13.200 13.750 53.350
9. Juliette Bossu 13.700 12.500 13.000 14.150 53.350 Q
10. Martina Maggio 13.800 12.100 13.650 13.700 53.250 Q
11. Florine Harder 13.650 13.450 13.500 12.450 53.050 Q
12. Diana Varinska 13.250 14.100 13.150 12.550 53.050 Q
13. Marine Boyer 14.150 13.050 12.450 13.250 52.900 Q
14. Olivia Cîmpean 13.650 12.350 12.800 14.050 52.850 Q
15. Caterinaa Cereghetti 13.600 13.000 13.100 13.150 52.850 Q
16. Livia Schmid 13.750 12.600 13.000 13.350 52.700 Q
17. Francesca Linari 13.600 12.500 13.100 13.300 52.500
18. Maisie Methuen 13.350 12.350 13.700 13.000 52.400 Q
19. Thea Brogli 13.800 12.500 13.050 12.500 51.850 Q
20. Lucy Stanhope 13.850 12.200 12.900 12.700 51.650 Q
21. Andreea Ciurusniuc 13.650 11.350 13.050 13.450 51.500
22. Aneta Holasová 13.800 11.650 13.100 12.900 51.450 Q
23. Emmy Haavisto 13.150 13.400 12.400 12.400 51.350 Q
24. Georgia-Mae Fenton 12.400 13.200 12.300 13.400 51.300
25. Rebecca Matzon 13.250 12.100 12.900 12.850 51.100
26. Julie Meyers 13.800 12.900 11.650 12.400 50.750
27. Morgan Spruijtenburg 12.850 12.250 12.400 13.150 50.650 Q
28. Ana Palacios 13.700 12.000 12.550 12.200 50.450 Q
29. Ellen Haavisto 13.700 12.100 12.000 12.350 50.150 Q
30. Kirsten Polderman 13.150 11.800 11.950 12.950 49.850 Q
31. Yana Horokhova 13.600 11.000 11.600 13.550 49.750 R1
32. Polina Borzykh 13.500 11.700 12.250 12.300 49.750 R2
33. Pamela Georgieva 13.350 9.350 13.500 13.400 49.600 R3
34. Casey Bell 13.100 12.100 12.350 11.850 49.400 R4
35. Magda Robakidze 13.300 10.450 12.700 12.900 49.350
36. Marie Skammelsen 13.600 11.750 10.900 13.050 49.300
37. Greta Banishka 12.150 11.450 12.400 12.750 48.750
38. Noémi Jakab 12.900 11.500 12.000 12.350 48.750
39. Anastasia Harodnaya 13.150 10.350 11.650 12.800 47.950
40. Vendula Měrková 12.600 10.250 12.400 12.550 47.800
41. Alisa Zadvorna 12.550 9.800 12.950 12.400 47.700
42. Maria Butckikh 12.650 11.150 11.500 12.200 47.500
43. Dóra Szekely 13.100 11.650 10.600 12.100 47.450
44. Aliaksandra Artsiukh 12.400 12.150 11.000 11.850 47.400
45. Siiri Saukkonen 12.800 11.250 11.100 12.250 47.400
46. Lucie Jiříková 13.100 11.600 10.600 12.000 47.300
47. Viktoria Vydúreková 12.900 10.600 11.300 12.050 46.850
48. Linn Finstad 12.350 9.650 12.100 12.650 46.750
49. Iclal Özbay 12.100 11.100 12.250 11.300 46.750
50. Lucija Hribar 13.600 10.100 11.500 11.500 46.700
51. Lara Omahen 13.050 10.300 11.150 12.200 46.700
52. Hanna Traukova 12.800 11.150 11.200 11.350 46.500
53. Beyza Türkmen 13.400 9.850 10.850 12.250 46.350
54. Agata Vostruchovaitė 13.300 9.950 11.500 11.550 46.300
55. Tira Kuitunen 12.450 10.550 11.000 12.250 46.250
56. Lynn Genhart 12.450 11.250 9.450 13.000 46.150
57. Pernille Gulbrandsen 12.400 10.400 10.900 12.300 46.000
58. Riina Kaleva 12.400 10.100 10.950 12.450 45.900
59. Leonora Ribeiro 12.500 9.100 12.000 12.250 45.850
60. Liling Martin 12.550 9.800 12.150 11.300 45.800
61. Tamara Stadelmann 12.350 10.450 11.500 11.350 45.650
62. Alva Eriksson 13.150 8.600 11.700 11.900 45.350
63. Fjóla Rún Thorsteinsdóttir 12.400 9.900 11.450 11.500 45.250
64. Nanna Guðmundsdóttir 12.800 8.000 12.550 11.800 45.150
65. Inga Sigurðardóttir 12.900 9.700 10.850 11.350 44.800
66. Mariana Marianito 12.750 8.150 11.650 12.100 44.650
67. Rita Araújo 12.650 9.900 9.350 12.400 44.300
68. Pia Hribar 12.550 9.150 10.100 12.100 43.900
69. Marija Ribaļčenko 12.000 10.200 10.750 10.750 43.700
70. Ingrid Von Hafenbrädl 12.600 7.950 11.550 11.350 43.450
71. Małgorzata Bulanda 12.650 9.100 9.250 12.200 43.200
72. Elpida Giemenitzoglou 12.800 9.850 8.800 11.500 42.950
73. Lara Koenig 12.550 7.600 10.900 11.650 42.700
74. Patrycja Dronia 12.450 9.000 9.900 10.950 42.300
75. Diana Balkyte 12.750 9.050 9.850 10.350 42.000
76. Sana Grillo 12.550 8.200 9.800 10.850 41.400
77. Nikola Melne 12.900 8.450 9.000 10.800 41.150
78. Anna Ghazaryan 12.350 8.550 10.050 9.150 40.100
79. Denitsa Ivanova 12.500 7.050 9.000 10.850 39.400
80. Doga Ketenci 0.000 9.150 9.450 12.300 30.900

Women's Vault QualificationDENDScoreAverage
1. Daria Skrypnik 5.8 8.600 14.400 14.125 Q
5.0 8.850 13.850
2. Marine Boyer 5.8 8.450 0.1 14.150 13.975 Q
5.0 8.800 13.800
3. Yelena Yeryomina 5.3 8.800 14.100 13.975 Q
5.0 8.850 13.850
4. Marie Skammelsen 5.0 8.600 13.600 13.675 Q
5.2 8.550 13.750
5. Livia Schmid 5.0 8.750 13.750 13.600 Q
4.8 8.750 0.1 13.450
6. Tabea Alt 5.0 9.000 14.000 13.575 Q
5.8 7.650 0.3 13.150
7. Anastasia Ilyankova 5.0 8.750 13.750 13.575
4.6 8.800 13.400
8. Maisie Methuen 4.6 8.750 13.350 13.525 Q
5.0 8.800 0.1 13.700
9. Zsófia Kovács 5.0 8.700 13.700 13.500 Q
4.4 8.900 13.300
10. Florine Harder 5.0 8.650 13.650 13.450 R1
4.4 8.850 13.250
11. Olivia Cîmpean 5.0 8.750 0.1 13.650 13.400 R2
5.8 7.650 0.3 13.150
12. Beyza Türkmen 5.0 8.500 0.1 13.400 13.375 R3
4.8 8.550 13.350
13. Aneta Holasová 5.0 8.800 13.800 13.325
4.2 8.650 12.850
14. Magda Robakidze 4.6 8.700 13.300 13.275
5.0 8.350 0.1 13.250
15. Lucie Jiříková 4.4 8.700 13.100 13.250
4.6 8.800 13.400
16. Pamela Georgieva 5.0 8.450 0.1 13.350 13.175
4.4 8.600 13.000
17. Lucy Stanhope 5.0 8.850 13.850 13.125
4.0 8.400 12.400
18. Ana Palacios 5.0 8.700 13.700 13.125
4.0 8.550 12.550
19. Lucija Hribar 5.0 8.600 13.600 13.000
4.0 8.400 12.400
20. Elpida Giemenitzoglou 4.4 8.400 12.800 12.975
4.6 8.550 13.150
21. Polina Borzykh 5.0 8.500 13.500 12.950
4.0 8.400 12.400
22. Agata Vostruchovaitė 4.8 8.500 13.300 12.925
4.2 8.350 12.550
23. Anastasia Harodnaya 4.4 8.750 13.150 12.925
4.2 8.500 12.700
24. Viktoria Vydúreková 4.4 8.500 12.900 12.850
4.2 8.600 12.800
25. Lara Omahen 4.4 8.650 13.050 12.825
4.2 8.400 12.600
26. Diana Balkyte 4.2 8.550 12.750 12.775
4.4 8.400 12.800
27. Inga Sigurðardóttir 4.4 8.500 12.900 12.750
4.2 8.400 12.600
28. Hanna Traukova 4.4 8.400 12.800 12.675
4.2 8.450 0.1 12.550
29. Riina Kaleva 4.0 8.400 12.400 12.575
4.2 8.550 12.750
30. Lara Koenig 4.2 8.350 12.550 12.425
4.0 8.300 12.300
31. Siiri Saukkonen 4.2 8.600 12.800 12.225
4.0 7.650 11.650
32. Doga Ketenci 0.0 0.000 0.000 6.350
4.4 8.400 0.1 12.700

Uneven Bars QualificationDENDScore
1. Anastasia Ilyankova 6.2 8.450 14.650 Q
2. Nina Derwael 6.2 8.350 14.550 Q
3. Daria Skrypnik 6.3 8.250 14.550 Q
4. Diana Varinska 6.1 8.000 14.100 Q
5. Tabea Alt 6.2 7.550 13.750 Q
6. Florine Harder 5.8 7.650 13.450 Q
7. Emmy Haavisto 5.2 8.200 13.400 Q
8. Zsófia Kovács 6.0 7.350 13.350 Q
9. Georgia-Mae Fenton 5.1 8.100 13.200 R1
10. Axelle Klinckaert 5.2 7.900 13.100 R2
11. Marine Boyer 4.9 8.150 13.050 R3
12. Caterina Cereghetti 4.9 8.100 13.000
13. Julie Meyers 5.1 7.800 12.900
14. Livia Schmid 4.9 7.700 12.600
15. Ioana Crişan 5.1 7.450 12.550
16. Francesca Linari 4.9 7.600 12.500
17. Thea Brogli 5.0 7.500 12.500
18. Juliette Bossu 5.3 7.200 12.500
19. Maisie Methuen 5.0 7.350 12.350
20. Olivia Cîmpean 5.2 7.150 12.350
21. Yelena Yeryomina 5.6 6.700 12.300
22. Morgan Spruijtenburg 4.8 7.450 12.250
23. Lucy Stanhope 4.7 7.500 12.200
24. Aliaksandra Artsiukh 4.4 7.750 12.150
25. Casey Bell 4.4 7.700 12.100
26. Martina Maggio 5.1 7.000 12.100
27. Rebecca Matzon 5.3 6.800 12.100
27. Ellen Haavisto 5.3 6.800 12.100
29. Ana Palacios 4.9 7.100 12.000
30. Kirsten Polderman 4.8 7.000 11.800
31. Marie Skammelsen 4.5 7.250 11.750
32. Polina Borzykh 5.4 6.300 11.700
33. Aneta Holasová 4.3 7.350 11.650
34. Dóra Szekely 4.7 6.950 11.650
35. Lucie Jiříková 4.4 7.200 11.600
36. Noémi Jakab 4.4 7.100 11.500
37. Greta Banishka 4.7 6.750 11.450
38. Andreea Ciurusniuc 5.3 6.050 11.350
39. Siiri Saukkonen 4.3 6.950 11.250
39. Lynn Genhart 4.3 6.950 11.250
41. Maria Butckikh 3.4 7.750 11.150
42. Hanna Traukova 3.9 7.250 11.150
43. Iclal Özbay 4.7 6.400 11.100
44. Sering Perdok 4.7 6.300 11.000
45. Yana Horokhova 5.2 5.800 11.000
46. Viktoria Vydúreková 4.1 6.500 10.600
47. Tira Kuitunen 4.1 6.450 10.550
48. Tamara Stadelmann 3.4 7.050 10.450
49. Magda Robakidze 3.8 6.650 10.450
50. Pernille Gulbrandsen 3.5 6.900 10.400
51. Anastasia Harodnaya 4.1 6.250 10.350
52. Lara Omahen 3.1 7.200 10.300
53. Vendula Měrková 4.1 6.150 10.250
54. Marija Ribaļčenko 3.0 7.200 10.200
55. Riina Kaleva 4.2 5.900 10.100
56. Lucija Hribar 4.3 5.800 10.100
57. Agata Vostruchovaitė 3.1 6.850 9.950
58. Rita Araújo 1.4 8.500 9.900
59. Fjóla Rún Thorsteinsdóttir 3.5 6.400 9.900
60. Beyza Türkmen 3.4 6.450 9.850
61. Elpida Giemenitzoglou 4.2 5.650 9.850
62. Liling Martin 2.7 7.100 9.800
63. Alisa Zadvorna 4.9 4.900 9.800
64. Inga Sigurðardóttir 3.1 6.600 9.700
65. Linn Finstad 3.3 6.350 9.650
66. Pamela Georgieva 2.5 6.850 9.350
67. Pia Hribar 3.1 6.050 9.150
68. Doga Ketenci 3.3 5.850 9.150
69. Małgorzata Bulanda 2.6 6.500 9.100
70. Leonora Ribeiro 3.3 5.800 9.100
71. Diana Balkyte 2.1 6.950 9.050
72. Patrycja Dronia 2.3 6.700 9.000
73. Alva Eriksson 4.6 4.000 8.600
74. Anna Ghazaryan 2.1 6.450 8.550
75. Nikola Melne 1.7 6.750 8.450
76. Sana Grillo 1.1 7.100 8.200
77. Mariana Marianito 2.5 5.650 8.150
78. Nanna Guðmundsdóttir 1.9 6.100 8.000
79. Ingrid Von Hafenbrädl 2.9 5.050 7.950
80. Lara Koenig 2.4 5.200 7.600
81. Denitsa Ivanova 1.8 5.250 7.050

Balance Beam QualificationDENDScore
1. Daria Skrypnik 5.8 8.500 14.300 Q
2. Axelle Klinckaert 6.0 8.300 14.300 Q
3. Nina Derwael 5.6 8.400 14.000 Q
4. Ioana Crişan 5.9 8.100 14.000 Q
5. Zsófia Kovács 5.7 8.050 13.750 Q
6. Maisie Methuen 5.3 8.400 13.700 Q
7. Martina Maggio 5.6 8.050 13.650 Q
8. Anastasia Ilyankova 5.4 8.100 13.500 Q
9. Florine Harder 5.7 7.900 0.1 13.500 R1
10. Pamela Georgieva 5.7 7.800 13.500 R2
11. Yelena Yeryomina 5.1 8.100 13.200
12. Diana Varinska 5.3 7.850 13.150 R3
13. Francesca Linari 5.2 7.900 13.100
14. Aneta Holasová 5.4 7.800 0.1 13.100
15. Caterina Cereghetti 5.3 7.800 13.100
16. Thea Brogli 5.0 8.050 13.050
17. Andreea Ciurusniuc 5.1 7.950 13.050
18. Juliette Bossu 5.0 8.000 13.000
19. Livia Schmid 5.1 7.900 13.000
20. Alisa Zadvorna 5.0 7.950 12.950
21. Rebecca Matzon 5.3 7.700 0.1 12.900
22. Lucy Stanhope 5.4 7.600 0.1 12.900
23. Olivia Cîmpean 5.4 7.500 0.1 12.800
24. Magda Robakidze 5.0 7.700 12.700
25. Nanna Guðmundsdóttir 4.9 7.650 12.550
26. Ana Palacios 5.0 7.550 12.550
27. Marine Boyer 5.7 6.750 12.450
28. Vendula Měrková 4.8 7.700 0.1 12.400
29. Morgan Spruijtenburg 4.7 7.700 12.400
30. Emmy Haavisto 4.9 7.500 12.400
31. Greta Banishka 5.2 7.300 0.1 12.400
32. Tabea Alt 5.1 7.300 12.400
33. Casey Bell 4.6 7.750 12.350
34. Georgia-Mae Fenton 5.2 7.100 12.300
35. Iclal Özbay 5.2 7.150 0.1 12.250
36. Polina Borzykh 5.2 7.050 12.250
37. Liling Martin 4.1 8.050 12.150
38. Linn Finstad 4.7 7.400 12.100
39. Ellen Haavisto 4.3 7.700 12.000
40. Leonora Ribeiro 4.5 7.500 12.000
41. Noémi Jakab 4.6 7.400 12.000
42. Kirsten Polderman 5.1 6.850 11.950
43. Alva Eriksson 4.3 7.500 0.1 11.700
44. Mariana Marianito 4.6 7.050 11.650
45. Julie Meyers 5.3 6.450 0.1 11.650
46. Anastasia Harodnaya 5.2 6.450 11.650
47. Yana Horokhova 5.6 6.000 11.600
48. Ingrid Von Hafenbrädl 5.0 6.550 11.550
49. Tamara Stadelmann 4.2 7.300 11.500
49. Lucija Hribar 4.2 7.300 11.500
51. Agata Vostruchovaitė 4.5 7.000 11.500
52. Maria Butckikh 4.7 6.800 11.500
53. Fjóla Rún Thorsteinsdóttir 3.6 7.850 11.450
54. Viktoria Vydúreková 4.3 7.000 11.300
55. Hanna Traukova 4.8 6.400 11.200
56. Lara Omahen 4.3 6.850 11.150
57. Siiri Saukkonen 4.4 6.700 11.100
58. Tira Kuitunen 3.7 7.300 11.000
59. Aliaksandra Artsiukh 3.9 7.100 11.000
60. Riina Kaleva 4.8 6.150 10.950
61. Pernille Gulbrandsen 4.3 6.600 10.900
62. Lara Koenig 4.5 6.400 10.900
63. Marie Skammelsen 4.7 6.200 10.900
64. Inga Sigurðardóttir 4.2 6.650 10.850
65. Beyza Türkmen 4.9 6.050 0.1 10.850
66. Marija Ribaļčenko 5.0 5.750 10.750
67. Lucie Jiříková 4.4 6.300 0.1 10.600
68. Dóra Szekely 4.5 6.100 10.600
69. Pia Hribar 4.3 5.800 10.100
70. Anna Ghazaryan 2.6 7.450 10.050
71. Patrycja Dronia 5.0 5.000 0.1 9.900
72. Diana Balkyte 3.7 6.150 9.850
73. Sana Grillo 3.3 6.500 9.800
74. Doga Ketenci 4.3 5.150 9.450
75. Lynn Genhart 4.5 4.950 9.450
76. Rita Araújo 4.4 4.950 9.350
77. Małgorzata Bulanda 4.7 4.550 9.250
78. Nikola Melne 3.5 5.600 0.1 9.000
79. Denitsa Ivanova 4.1 4.900 9.000
80. Elpida Giemenitzoglou 4.0 4.900 0.1 8.800

Women's Floor Exercise QualificationDENDScore
1. Juliette Bossu 5.5 8.650 14.150 Q
2. Axelle Klinckaert 5.5 8.600 14.100 Q
3. Olivia Cîmpean 5.8 8.250 14.050 Q
4. Nina Derwael 5.3 8.550 0.1 13.750 Q
5. Yelena Yeryomina 5.2 8.550 13.750 Q
6. Martina Maggio 5.1 8.600 13.700 Q
7. Daria Skrypnik 5.2 8.450 13.650 Q
8. Tabea Alt 5.3 8.300 13.600 Q
9. Yana Horokhova 5.3 8.250 13.550 R1
10. Andreea Ciurusniuc 5.4 8.050 13.450 R2
11. Georgia-Mae Fenton 5.0 8.400 13.400 R3
12. Pamela Georgieva 5.4 8.000 13.400
13. Livia Schmid 5.2 8.150 13.350
14. Ioana Crişan 5.6 7.850 0.1 13.350
15. Francesca Linari 5.2 8.100 13.300
16. Marine Boyer 4.9 8.350 13.250
17. Caterina Cereghetti 4.9 8.250 13.150
17. Morgan Spruijtenburg 4.9 8.250 13.150
19. Anastasia Ilyankova 5.0 8.150 13.150
20. Marie Skammelsen 5.0 8.050 13.050
21. Lynn Genhart 5.0 8.000 13.000
22. Maisie Methuen 5.1 7.900 13.000
23. Kirsten Polderman 4.9 8.050 12.950
24. Aneta Holasová 5.0 8.000 0.1 12.900
25. Magda Robakidze 5.1 7.800 12.900
26. Rebecca Matzon 5.0 8.150 0.3 12.850
27. Anastasia Harodnaya 5.1 7.700 12.800
28. Zsófia Kovács 5.3 7.750 0.3 12.750
29. Greta Banishka 5.1 7.750 0.1 12.750
30. Lucy Stanhope 5.0 7.800 0.1 12.700
31. Linn Finstad 4.9 7.750 12.650
32. Vendula Měrková 4.9 7.850 0.2 12.550
33. Diana Varinska 5.4 7.150 12.550
34. Thea Brogli 4.6 8.200 0.3 12.500
35. Riina Kaleva 4.7 7.750 12.450
36. Florine Harder 5.3 7.450 0.3 12.450
37. Julie Meyers 4.8 7.900 0.3 12.400
38. Rita Araújo 4.6 7.800 12.400
39. Emmy Haavisto 4.8 7.600 12.400
40. Alisa Zadvorna 4.9 7.500 12.400
41. Ellen Haavisto 4.7 7.650 12.350
42. Noémi Jakab 4.9 7.450 12.350
43. Pernille Gulbrandsen 4.6 7.700 12.300
44. Doga Ketenci 5.0 7.300 12.300
45. Polina Borzykh 5.5 7.100 0.3 12.300
46. Siiri Saukkonen 4.6 7.650 12.250
47. Beyza Türkmen 4.8 7.550 0.1 12.250
48. Leonora Ribeiro 4.7 7.550 12.250
49. Tira Kuitunen 4.8 7.450 12.250
50. Maria Butckikh 4.8 7.500 0.1 12.200
51. Małgorzata Bulanda 4.7 7.500 12.200
52. Lara Omahen 4.8 7.400 12.200
53. Ana Palacios 5.0 7.200 12.200
54. Pia Hribar 4.6 7.500 12.100
55. Mariana Marianito 4.7 7.400 12.100
56. Dóra Szekely 5.0 7.100 12.100
57. Viktoria Vydúreková 4.8 7.250 12.050
58. Lucie Jiříková 5.0 7.000 12.000
59. Alva Eriksson 4.4 7.600 0.1 11.900
60. Aliaksandra Artsiukh 3.8 8.050 11.850
61. Casey Bell 4.7 7.150 11.850
62. Nanna Guðmundsdóttir 4.6 7.400 0.2 11.800
63. Lara Koenig 4.5 7.150 11.650
64. Agata Vostruchovaitė 4.6 7.050 0.1 11.550
65. Lucija Hribar 4.4 7.400 0.3 11.500
66. Fjóla Rún Thorsteinsdóttir 4.1 7.400 11.500
67. Elpida Giemenitzoglou 4.7 7.000 0.2 11.500
68. Tamara Stadelmann 3.9 7.450 11.350
68. Ingrid Von Hafenbrädl 3.9 7.450 11.350
70. Inga Sigurðardóttir 4.3 7.050 11.350
71. Hanna Traukova 4.7 6.950 0.3 11.350
72. Liling Martin 4.6 7.000 0.3 11.300
73. Iclal Özbay 5.1 6.300 0.1 11.300
74. Patrycja Dronia 4.6 6.350 10.950
75. Sana Grillo 3.6 7.250 10.850
76. Denitsa Ivanova 4.7 6.150 10.850
77. Nikola Melne 4.7 6.200 0.1 10.800
78. Marija Ribaļčenko 3.9 6.950 0.1 10.750
79. Diana Balkyte 4.2 6.150 10.350
80. Anna Ghazaryan 2.7 6.450 9.150
81. Liza Murataj 0.6 4.400 4.0 1.000
 


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