2011 Olympic Hopes Cup

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Argentina's Valeria Pereyra will be competing in Liberec. Image from IntlGymnast.com
The 2011 edition of the Olympic Hopes Competition is being held on the 29th of October in Liberec, Czech Republic. The WAG competition takes place from 11.15am to 1.00pm whilst the MAG competitors take to the floor from  2.15pm to 4pm (all times local time in Liberec). Competing are gymnasts from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Argentina, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania and Great Britain. One gymnast to definitely keep an eye out for is Argentina starlet Valeria Pereyra who should definitely medal, another women to watch is Hungarian Dalia Al-Salty. For the men, the Great Britain men should be strong contenders for the medals. 

PARTICIPANTS:
WOMEN:
CZECH REPUBLIC (GROUP B) (Starting on Vault):
  • Veronika Cenkova (1999)
  • Julie Hajkova (1999)
  • Nadine Kanonova (1999)
  • Eva Mickova (1999)
  • Marketa Vidmuchova (1999)
  • R: Romana Majerechova (1999)
  • R: Natalie Pajdakova (1999)
MIXED GROUP (Starting on Uneven Bars):
  • Dominika Korpova (SVK) (1999)
  • Jessica Stabinger (AUT) (1998)
  • Mara Glabonjat (AUT) (1997)
  • Valeria Pereyra (ARG) (1996)
  • Barbora Mokosova (SVK) (1997)
HUNGARY (Starting on Balance Beam):
  • Beata Eke (1998)
  • Noemi Makra (1997)
  • Dalia Al-Salty (1996)
  • Kathi Honti (1999)
  • Olivia Kertesz (1998)
  • Nikolett Karsai (1998)
CZECH REPUBLIC (GROUP A) (Starting on Floor Exercise):
  • Petra Fialova (1998)
  • Natalie Chalupova (1996)
  • Anna Maria Kanyai (1996)
  • Simona Kozakova (1996)
  • Tereza Ochynska (1997)
  • Veronika Pluskalova (1996)
  • R: Victorie Haraskova (1996)
POLAND/LITHUANIA (Starting on a Bye):
  • Sonia Biskup (POL)
  • Martyna Eland (POL) (1996)
  • Monika Eland (POL) (1998)
  • Karolina Czys (POL) (1996)
  • Vaida Zitineviciute (LTU) (1997)
  • Olesia Ivanova (LTU) (1997)
MEN:
SLOVAKIA (Starting on Floor Exercise):
  • Michal Kiss (1994)
  • Eduard Marcak (1994)
  • Samuel Potancok (1996)
  • Jan Spais (1995)
  • Igor Takac (1997)
  • Ivan Vargovsky (1994)
CZECH REPUBLIC (Starting on Pommel Horse):
  • Jan Kacer (1994)
  • David Kardos (1994)
  • Jakub Samsa (1995)
  • Ondrej Janeczko (1996)
  • Daniel Radovesnicky (1994)
  • Michal Smejkal (1995)
  • R: Adam Wlodyka (1993)
  • R: Radek Smekal (1994)
GREAT BRITAIN (Starting on Still Rings):
  • Courtney Tulloch (1995)
  • Frank Baines (1995)
  • Jay Thompson (1996)
  • Brinn Bevan (1997)
  • Anthony Wise (1995)
  • James Hall (1995)
POLAND/LITHUANIA (Starting on Vault):
  • Bartolomiej Adamczyk (POL)(1994)
  • Sebastian Gawronskij (POL) (1996)
  • Maciej Kujawski (POL) (1996)
  • Jacek Pozowski (POL) (1994)
  • Patryk Pyrz (POL) (1996)
  • Patryk Rabstajn (POL) (1995)
  • Tomas Kuzmickas (LTU) (1996)
  • Irmantas Monkevicius (LTU) (1993)
AUSTRIA (Starting on Parallel Bars):
  • Vinzenz Hock (1996)
  • Daniel Kopeinik (1994)
  • Florian Braitsch (1996)
  • Paul Hagen (1998)
  • Severin Kranzlmueller (1994)
  • Johannes Mairoser (1998)
HUNGARY (Starting on Horizontal Bar):
  • Boland Kardos 
  • Levente Toth (1993)
  • Kornad Tamas-Szora (1994)
  • David Schneigert (1995)
  • Bence Bilics (1996)
  • Bank Selmeczi (1994)

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