Women's Floor Poll

5:10 AM

I know who I think will win, but I would love to see what everyone thinks. This month's poll is on who we think will win floor at this year's Moscow World Cup. In contention are:

  • Liana Kobalyan from Armenia - 26th on floor at last year's Moscow World Cup
  • Alina Sotnikava from Belarus - 35th on floor at the 2009 Europeans 13.050
  • Brazilian Ethiene Franco - 4th on floor at Cottbus 2009 with 13.575
  • Bruna Leal from Brazil who was 8th at Cottbus 2009 with 13.300
  • Croatians Tina Erceg (13.200 at Maribor World Cup) and Tijana Tkalcec who scored 11.500 at Maribor 2009.
  • Karina Tapalova of Kazahkstan who scored 12.900 at the Maribor World Cup and compatriot Olga Antipenko who scored 12.350 at the same meet.
  • Dutchwoman Mayra Kroonen who scored 13.750 on floor at the 2009 Europeans
  • Poland's Marta Pihan-Kulesza who has scored a 13.600 at Cottbus 2009
  • Poland's Katarzyna Jurkowska
  • Yulia Berger of Russia - High of 13.900 at the qualifications at Euros 2009
  • Russian Anna Myzdrikova who was second at the Glasgow Grand Prix with a score of 14.700 behind 2009 European Champ on this event Beth Tweddle
  • Slovenian Adela Sajn who scored 13.350 at Cottbus 2009
  • Switzerland's Linda Stampfli who scored a 12.400 in Cottbus
  • Ukranian Valentyna Holenkova who was a floor exercise finalist at the 2009 Euros
  • Anna Kalashnyk (UKR) who scored a low 11.800 at the 2009 Europeans
  • Emrina Abduvalieva (UZB) has a 12.500 to her name from Cottbus
  • Luiza Galiulina (UZB) scored 11.800 at Cottbus 2009
  • Dang Thi Thu Thuy (VIE) was a member of Vietnam's 2005 SEA squad.
  • Phan Thi Ha Thanh (VIE) a bronze medallist on floor at the 2005 SEA Games, and scored a 11.700 on floor at the 2007 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
So who do you think will take out the gold? Vote in the poll down the side, and if your gymnast isn't there leave a comment as to who and maybe even why you think they'll triumph.

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