Saturday, September 24, 2011

Kanaeva Rules; Top 15 earn Olympic berths

NETA RIVKIN (ISR). Image from Haaretz.com. Photo by AFP.

For the second consecutive year Russian rhythmic gymnastics starlet Evgenia Kanaeva has swept the Individual honours at the Rhythmic Gymnastic World Championships. Russia took out the team gold medal (290.275) from Belarus (272.500) and Ukraine (269.675). Kanaeva won the All Around title with a 116.650 from compatriot Daria Kondakova (116.600) and Azerbaijan's Aliya Garayeva (112.450), and in the Hoop final held on after scoring 29.300 to take the title over Kondakova (29.050) and Israel's Neta Rivkin (28.000). Kanaeva (29.600) and Kondakova (29.325) triumphed over Liubov Charkashyna of Belarus with a 28.300 with the ball. And then Kanaeva and Kondakova did it again with the clubs (29.600, 29.300 respectively) with Bulgarian Silviya Miteva taking the bronze (28.300). This podium was also repeated on the Ribbon podium (scores were 29.400, 29.250 and 28.300 respectively). The top 15 All Around scorers have earned berths to the 2012 Olympic Games, whilst those ranked 16-24 have earned invitations for their nations to compete at the 2nd Olympic qualification event in January. 

TEAM:
  1. Russia 290.275
  2. Belarus 272.500
  3. Ukraine 269.675
  4. Azerbaijan 264.825
  5. Bulgaria 260.275
  6. Uzbekistan 256.550
  7. Italy 256.300
  8. Korea 255.000
  9. Kazakhstan 254.250
  10. Poland 253.925
  11. Spain 253.700
  12. Japan 253.300
  13. China 252.950
  14. Austria 249.325
  15. Hungary 245.075
  16. United States of America 244.675
  17. Mexico 241.425
  18. Estonia 241.175
  19. Turkey 238.850
  20. Canada 237.250
  21. Egypt 234.950
  22. Finland 234.825
  23. Australia 231.325
  24. Czech Republic 231.000
  25. Brazil 229.150
  26. Slovakia 227.675
  27. Great Britain 226.150
  28. Sweden 224.375
  29. South Africa 223.775
  30. Lithuania 220.200
  31. Colombia 197.975
ALL AROUND FINAL:
  1. Evgenia Kanaeva (RUS) (29.200, 28.550, 29.400, 29.500) 116.650
  2. Daria Kondakova (RUS) (29.450, 28.500, 29.350, 29.300) 116.600
  3. Aliya Garayeva (AZE) (28.175, 27.700, 28.125, 28.450) 112.450
  4. Liubov Charkashyna (BLR) (27.900, 28.200, 28.000, 28.100) 112.200
  5. Alina Maksymenko (UKR) (28.350, 27.425, 28.050, 27.750) 111.575
  6. Melitina Staniouta (BLR) (26.950, 27.725, 27.925, 27.650) 110.250
  7. Silviya Miteva (BUL) (25.600, 28.325, 28.350, 27.950) 110.225
  8. Joanna Mitrosz (POL) (27.400, 27.125, 27.350, 27.125) 109.000
  9. Ulyana Trofimova (UZB) (27.400, 27.550, 26.125, 27.300) 108.375
  10. Neta Rivkin (ISR) (26.300, 27.200, 28.000, 26.425) 107.925
  11. Yeon Jae Son (KOR) (26.625, 27.075, 27.150, 26.900) 107.750
  12. Delphine Ledoux (FRA) (27.500, 26.950, 25.625, 27.450) 107.525
  13. DENG Senyue (CHN) (26.475, 26.700, 26.175, 26.550) 105.900
  14. Julieta Cantaluppi (ITA) (26.325, 26.700, 26.075, 26.475) 105.575
  15. Caroline Weber (AUT) (26.550, 26.350, 26.475, 26.125) 105.500
  16. Anna Alyabyeva (KAZ) (23.700, 27.550, 26.500, 27.450) 105.200
  17. Alexandra Piscupescu (ROU) (26.350, 26.350, 26.000, 26.250) 104.950
  18. Ganna Rizatdinova (UKR) (26.375, 26.000, 26.225, 25.100) 103.700
  19. Laura Jung (GER) (26.125, 25.575, 26.050, 25.775) 103.525
  20. Dora Vass (HUN) (25.750, 25.900, 25.750, 25.725) 103.125
  21. Chrystalleni Trikomiti (CYP) (25.950, 25.950, 25.250, 25.750) 102.900
  22. Runa Yamaguchi (JPN) (25.200, 25.850, 25.500, 25.950) 102.500
  23. Varvara Filiou (GRE) (25.075, 25.800, 25.800, 25.700) 102.375
  24. Carolina Rodriguez (ESP) (23.800, 25.900, 26.100, 25.750) 101.550
HOOP FINAL:
  1. Evgenia Kanaeva (RUS) 29.300
  2. Daria Kondakova (RUS) 29.050
  3. Neta Rivkin (ISR) 28.000
  4. Silviya Miteva (BUL) 27.950
  5. Alina Maksymenko (UKR) 27.800
  6. Liubov Charkashyna (BLR) 27.675
  7. Aliya Garayeva (AZE) 27.625
  8. Ulyana Trofimova (UZB) 26.975
BALL FINAL:
  1. Evgenia Kanaeva (RUS) 29.600
  2. Daria Kondakova (RUS) 29.325
  3. Liubov Charkashyna (BLR) 28.450
  4. Silviya Miteva (BUL) 28.300
  5. Alina Maksymenko (UKR) 27.975
  6. Aliya Garayeva (AZE) 27.600
  7. Neta Rivkin (ISR) 27.375
  8. Melitina Staniouta (BLR) 27.350
CLUBS FINAL:
  1. Evgenia Kanaeva (RUS) 29.600
  2. Daria Kondakova (RUS) 29.300
  3. Silviya Miteva (BUL) 28.300
  4. Aliya Garayeva (AZE) 28.100
  5. Neta Rivkin (ISR) 27.950
  6. Alina Maksymenko (UKR) 27.875
  7. Melitina Staniouta (BLR) 27.850
  8. Liubov Charkashyna (BLR) 27.100
RIBBON FINAL:
  1. Evgenia Kanaeva (RUS) 29.400
  2. Daria Kondakova (RUS) 29.250
  3. Silviya Miteva (BUL) 28.300
  4. Alina Maksymenko (UKR) 28.100
  5. Aliya Garayeva (AZE) 27.975
  6. Liubov Charkashyna (BLR) 27.600
  7. Ulyana Trofimova (UZB) 26.900
  8. Neta Rivkin (ISR) 26.450

Friday, September 23, 2011

Amended US WAG National Team

Jessie DeZiel (Photo from Getty Images c/o Zimbio). Husker, Pan Am Games team member and now US National Team member! 

Also in the wake of the Women's selection camps, the 2011 US National Team has been amended. Joining the previously announced National team members are:

  • Jessie DeZiel (Twin City Twisters)
  • Brandie Jay (GK Gymnastics)
  • Anna Li (Legacy Elite)
  • Grace McLaughlin (WOGA)
  • Hallie Mossett (West Coast Elite)
  • Bridget Sloan (Sharp's Gymnastics Academy)
  • McKenzie Wofford (Zenith Elite)

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

US Pan Am Games Team

UPDATED 24/9/2011: 2008 Olympian Chellsie Memmel has withdrawn from the Pan American Games team due to a pre-existing shoulder injury.


Following on from the announcements of today's World Championship team, the United States of America also announced the gymnasts who will be competing at the 2011 Pan American Games. Congratulations to those who have been selected and to Marvin Sharp of Sharp's Gymnastics Academy who has been named the Head Coach of the delegation and Wu Jiani of Legacy Elite Gymnastics who has been named the assistant coach.
  • Shawn Johnson (Chow's Gymnastics and Dance Institute)
  • Bridgette Caquatto (Legacy Elite Gymnastics LLC)
  • Jessie DeZiel (Twin City Twisters)
  • Brandy Jay (GK Gymnastics)
  • Chellsie Memmel (M&M Gymnastics) Grace McLaughlin (WOGA)
  • Bridget Sloan (Sharp's Gymnastics Academy)
REPLACEMENT GYMNASTS:
  • Grace McLaughlin (WOGA)
  • Hallie Mossett (West Coast Elite)
  • McKenzie Wofford (Zenith Elite)

THIS IS IT!!!!!!!!!!!

And the USA Women's squad for the 2011 World Championships is:

  • Jordyn Wieber
  • Alicia Sacramone
  • Alexandra Raisman
  • Anna Li
  • Gabrielle Douglas
  • McKayla Maroney
  • Sabrina Vega
Non Travelling Reserve: Shawn Johnson

HEAD COACH: John Geddert
ASSISTANT COACH: Wu Jiani

Congratulations Ladies

Im-patience is a Virtue

I have been good and tried to stay out of the speculation that leads up to the announcement of the 2011 World Championships team of United States women. And now I am getting impatient waiting for the announcement! Arghhhhhhhh!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

2011 Oz World Teams


It's official. Congratulations to the men and women who make up our World Championship squads! According the article on Gymnastics Australia, special mention was given to Lauren Mitchell for scoring a two day combined score of 119.300 (58.850, 60.450) which gave her automatic selection to the team. She also scored the highest scores of the meet during both days with a high of 15.850 on balance beam (day 2), 15.550 on floor (day 2), and a 15.300 on vault day (day one). Larrissa Miller (QAS) topped scored on the uneven bars with a 14.850 which she recorded on day one. Well done to all who have been selected! Both teams depart for Tokyo on the 30th of September.

WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Ashleigh Brennan (VIS/AIS)
  • Georgia Rose Brown (VIS/AIS)
  • Emily Little (WAIS/AIS)
  • Larrissa Miller (QAS/AIS)
  • Lauren Mitchell (WAIS/AIS)
  • Mary-Anne Monckton (VIS/AIS)
RESERVES: Nikola Chung (WAIS/AIS); Georgia Wheeler (VIS/AIS)

MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Joshua Jefferis (QAS/AIS)
  • Sam Offord (SASI/AIS)
  • Thomas Pichler (QAS/AIS)
  • Prashanth Sellathurai (NSWIS/AIS)
  • Luke Wadsworth (VIS/AIS)
  • Luke Wiwatowski (QAS/AIS)
TRAVELLING RESERVE: Sam Simpson (QAS/AIS)
NON-TRAVELLING RESERVES: Jayden Bull (VIC/AIS); Michael Mercieca (NSWIS/AIS)

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

2011 Commonwealth Youth Games

The 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games starts tomorrow (7th September) and finishes on the 13th of September. Three men and women from each CGA can compete in the Isle of Man event which will be governed by FIG Regulations for Junior competition. Men aged between 14 - 18 years (born in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1997) and Women aged from 13 - 15 years (born in 1996, 1997 and 1998) are able to compete in the Games. The women's competition will be held at The Manx Gymnastics Centre of Excellence, whilst the men's will take place at the Ellan Vannin Gymnastics Club.

Good Luck to all who will be competing!

PARTICIPANTS:
WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Alexandra Eade (AUS)
  • Maddi Leydin (AUS)
  • Emma Jane Nedov (AUS)
  • Sydney Mason (BER)
  • Lauren Hill (CAY)
  • Charlie Fellow (ENG)
  • Gabrielle Jupp (ENG)
  • Rebecca Tunney (ENG)
  • Emily Rose Dale-Beeton (IOM)
  • Rebecca Johnson (IOM)
  • Kaitlin Kneen (IOM)
  • Kirsty Rosalind Caruana (MLT)
  • Adreana Zammit (MLT)
  • Samatha-Lee Gibbons (NAM)
  • Nicole Mawhinney (NIR)
  • India McPeak (NIR)
  • Sarah Stawbridge (NIR)
  • Rebecca Morrison (NZL)
  • Brittany Robertson (NZL)
  • Charlotte Sullivan (NZL)
  • Kirsten Beckett (RSA)
  • Shannon Archer (SCO)
  • Cara Kennedy (SCO)
  • Carly Smith (SCO)
  • Thimasha Devindi Pathirage (SRI)
  • Kiera Brennan (WAL)
  • Angel Romaeo (WAL)
  • Raer Theaker (WAL)
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • Tyson Bull (AUS)
  • Kent Pieterse (AUS)
  • Declan Stacey (AUS)
  • Zachary Clay (CAN)
  • Curtis Graves (CAN)
  • Kal Nemier (CAN)
  • Michalis Krasias (CYP)
  • Xenios Papaevripidou (CYP)
  • Christos Soleas (CYP)
  • Brinn Bevan (ENG)
  • Dominick Cunningham (ENG)
  • Brandon Garrett (ENG)
  • Jay Thompson (ENG)
  • Anand Patel (IOM)
  • Morihei Anderson (NAM)
  • Jack Neill (NIR)
  • Reid McGowan (NZL)
  • Jamie Carpenter (SCO)
  • Liam Davie (SCO)
  • Douglas Ross (SCO)
  • Aizat Bin Muhammad Jufrie (SIN)
  • Timothy Kai Cheng Tay (SIN)
  • Terry Wei-An Tan (SIN)
  • Gajitha Chandramal Paththapperuma (SRI)
  • Harry Owen (WAL)
  • Robert Sandsby (WAL)

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Maribor Madness

Okay so I know that the Ghent World Cup isn't over yet.... stay tuned for some Ghent Goodness in a post very shortly, but I thought we would look ahead. The 44th Salamun Memorial Category B World Cup event will take take place at the Sports Hall Ljudski Vrt "Lukna" in Maribor, Slovenia from the 23rd to 25th of September. Being a week or so before the World Championships, most people would argue that this is a depleted field, but personally I cannot wait!!!

We shall get to see on the women's side the Czech stars Kristyna Palesova and Jana Sikulova, as well as Greece's Stefani Bismpikou and Vasiliki Millousi, Bulgarian Ralitsa Mileva, Croatians Tina Erceg and Ruzica Buzov, Egyptians Sherine El Zeiny and Salma Mahmoud El Said Mohamed, Hungary's Laura Gombas, Icelandic gymstars Dominiqua Belanyi and Thelma Hermannsdottir, Qatar's Shaden Wohden and Aljazy Al-Habshi, Slovakia's Maria Homolova and home town favourites Tjasa Kysselef, Adela Sajn, Teja Belak and Fiona Novak.

On the men's side look out for Austria's Alexander Leidlmair and Fabian Leimlehner, Belgium's Jimmy Verbaeys and Thomas Neuteleers, Bulgarian Aleksandar Batinkov, the Chinese men, Croatians Marijo Moznik, Marko Brez, and Tomislav Markovic, Czech men Jindrich Pansky, Martin Konecny and Petr Smejkal, Finland's Sakari Vekki, Juho Kanerva and Markku Leinonen, German's Fabian Hambuechen and Andreas Bretschneider, Greek men Vlasios Maras, Michail Doulkeridis and Eleftherios Petrounias, Hungary's Zoltan Kallai, Ireland's Kieran Behan, Jordan's Ali Al Asi and Jad Mazahreh, the Japanese men, Latvians Jevgenijs Sapronenko and Dmitrijs Trefilovs, Luxembourg's Sascha Palgen, Norway's Marius Wirum Haaverstad, Poland's Roman Kulesza, Marek Lyszczarz, Adam Kierzkowski and Adam Rzepa, Slovakian Samuel Piasecky, Serbian Milos Paunovic, and Slovenia's own Rok Klavora, Aljaz Pegan, Saso Bertoncelj, Ziga Britovsek, Mitja Petkovsek and Alen Dimic.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!

PARTICIPANTS:
WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
VAULT:
  • Lisa Ecker (AUT)
  • Jasmin Mader (AUT)
  • Ralitsa Mileva (BUL)
  • Dina Madir (CRO)
  • Ines Salopek (CRO)
  • Jana Sikulova (CZE)
  • Sherine Ahmed El Zeiny (EGY)
  • Salma Mahmoud El Said Mohamed (EGY)
  • Stefani Bismpikou (GRE)
  • Laura Gombas (HUN)
  • Austin Lee Sheppard (HUN)
  • Agnes Suto (ISL)
  • Dominiqua Belanyi (ISL)
  • Roni Rabinovitz (ISR)
  • Valeriia Maksiuta (ISR)
  • Haldis Naerum (NOR)
  • Tina Madeleine Larsen (NOR)
  • Shaden Wohdan (QAT)
  • Teja Belak (SLO)
  • Tjasa Kysselef (SLO)
  • Victoria Genberg (SWE)
UNEVEN BARS:
  • Lisa Ecker (AUT)
  • Jasmin Mader (AUT)
  • Ralitsa Mileva (BUL)
  • Tina Erceg (CRO)
  • Ruzica Buzov (CRO)
  • Jana Sikulova (CZE)
  • Kristyna Palesova (CZE)
  • Sherine Ahmed El Zeiny (EGY)
  • Salma Mahmoud El Said Mohamed (EGY)
  • Stefani Bismpikou (GRE)
  • Vasiliki Millousi (GRE)
  • Laura Gombas (HUN)
  • Roxana Redl (HUN)
  • Agnes Suto (ISL)
  • Dominiqua Belanyi (ISL)
  • Roni Rabinovitz (ISR)
  • Valeriia Maksiuta (ISR)
  • Haldis Naerum (NOR)
  • Silje Katrine Dahlby (NOR)
  • Shaden Wohdan (QAT)
  • Aljazy Al-Habshi (QAT)
  • Adela Sajn (SLO)
  • Fiona Novak (SLO)
  • Maria Homolova (SVK)
  • Victoria Genberg (SWE)
BALANCE BEAM:
  • Katharina Fa (AUT)
  • Elisa Haemmerle (AUT)
  • Ralitsa Mileva (BUL)
  • Dina Madir (CRO)
  • Tina Erceg (CRO)
  • Jana Sikulova (CZE)
  • Kristyna Palesova (CZE)
  • Sherine Ahmed El Zeiny (EGY)
  • Salma Mahmoud El Said Mohamed (EGY)
  • Stefani Bismpikou (GRE)
  • Vasiliki Millousi (GRE)
  • Laura Gombas (HUN)
  • Austin Lee Sheppard (HUN)
  • Agnes Suto (ISL)
  • Thelma Hermannsdottir (ISL)
  • Roni Rabinovitz (ISR)
  • Valeriia Maksiuta (ISR)
  • Haldis Naerum (NOR)
  • Silje Katrine Dahlby (NOR)
  • Shaden Wohdan (QAT)
  • Aljazy Al-Habshi (QAT)
  • Teja Belak (SLO)
  • Adela Sajn (SLO)
  • Maria Homolova (SVK)
  • Victoria Genberg (SWE)
FLOOR EXERCISE:
  • Lisa Ecker (AUT)
  • Elisa Haemmerle (AUT)
  • Ralitsa Mileva (BUL)
  • Ines Salopek (CRO)
  • Tina Erceg (CRO)
  • Jana Sikulova (CZE)
  • Kristyna Palesova (CZE)
  • Sherine Ahmed El Zeiny (EGY)
  • Salma Mahmoud El Said Mohamed (EGY)
  • Stefani Bismpikou (GRE)
  • Austin Lee Sheppard (HUN)
  • Dominiqua Belanyi (ISL)
  • Thelma Hermannsdottir (ISL)
  • Roni Rabinovitz (ISR)
  • Haldis Naerum (NOR)
  • Tina Madeleine Larsen (NOR)
  • Shaden Wohdan (QAT)
  • Adela Sajn (SLO)
  • Fiona Novak (SLO)
  • Maria Homolova (SVK)
  • Victoria Genberg (SWE)
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
FLOOR EXERCISE:
  • Alexander Leidlmair (AUT)
  • Jimmy Verbaeys (BEL)
  • Thomas Neuteleers (BEL)
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • DU Wei (CHN)
  • HUANG Yuguo (CHN)
  • Tomislav Markovic (CRO)
  • Andrej Korosteljev (CRO)
  • Jindrich Pansky (CZE)
  • Martin Konecny (CZE)
  • Ahmed Adel Ibrahim (EGY)
  • Sakari Vekki (FIN)
  • Juho Kanerva (FIN)
  • Ivan Rittschik (GER)
  • Andreas Toba (GER)
  • Michail Doulkeridis (GRE)
  • Bence Talas (HUN)
  • Nandor Szabo (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Ali Al Asi (JOR)
  • Jad Mazahreh (JOR)
  • Hiroki Ishikawa (JPN)
  • Masataka Aoyama (JPN)
  • Jawad Alherz (KUW)
  • Mohammad Ali (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Sascha Palgen (LUX)
  • Daniel Corral Barron (MEX)
  • Santiago Lopez Viana (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Malek Alyahri (QAT)
  • Nasser Alhamad (QAT)
  • Rok Klavora (SLO)
  • Aljaz Pegan (SLO)
  • Slavomir Michnak (SVK)
  • Samuel Piasecky (SVK)
POMMEL HORSE:
  • Alexander Leidlmair (AUT)
  • Jimmy Verbaeys (BEL)
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • ZHANG Hongtao (CHN)
  • LIAO Junlin (CHN)
  • Renato Prpic (CRO)
  • Kristijin Vugrinski (CRO)
  • Martin Konecny (CZE)
  • Petr Smejkal (CZE)
  • Ahmed Adel Ibrahim (EGY)
  • Juho Kanerva (FIN)
  • Henrik Petterson (FIN)
  • Ivan Rittschik (GER)
  • Fabian Hambuechen (GER)
  • Zoltan Kallai (HUN)
  • Adam Babos (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Masataka Aoyama (JPN)
  • Tomoyuki Takeuchi (JPN)
  • Naser Alothman (KUW)
  • Ali Alsaffar (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Sascha Palgen (LUX)
  • Daniel Corral Barron (MEX)
  • Luis Sosa Abarca (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Maciej Labutin (POL)
  • Adam Rzepa (POL)
  • Mahmood Alsadi (QAT)
  • Ahmed Aldayani (QAT)
  • Saso Bertoncelj (SLO)
  • Ziga Britovsek (SLO)
  • Zarko Atanasovski (SRB)
  • Milos Paunovic (SRB)
  • Slavomir Michnak (SVK)
  • Samuel Piasecky (SVK)
STILL RINGS:
  • Alexander Leidlmair (AUT)
  • Fabian Leimlehner (AUT)
  • Thomas Neuteleers (BEL)
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • LIAO Junlin (CHN)
  • Petr Smejkal (CZE)
  • Vladimir Novotny (CZE)
  • Ali Ramadan Abuoelkassem (EGY)
  • Markku Leinonen (FIN)
  • Andreas Toba (GER)
  • Fabian Hambuechen (GER)
  • Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE)
  • Bence Talas (HUN)
  • Zoltan Kallai (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Ali Al Asi (JOR)
  • Hiroki Ishikawa (JPN)
  • Tomoyuki Takeuchi (JPN)
  • Mohammad Ali (KUW)
  • Faisal Alothman (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Sascha Palgen (LUX)
  • Daniel Corral Barron (MEX)
  • Santiago Lopez Viana (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Maciej Labutin (POL)
  • Marek Lyszczarz (POL)
  • Malek Alyahri (QAT)
  • Mahmood Alsadi (QAT)
  • Aljaz Pegan (SLO)
  • Zarko Atanasovski (SRB)
  • Milos Paunovic (SRB)
VAULT:
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • DU Wei (CHN)
  • ZHANG Yuguo (CHN)
  • Jindrich Pansky (CZE)
  • Martin Konecny (CZE)
  • Ahmed Adel Ibrahim (EGY)
  • Ali Ramadan Abuoelkassem (EGY)
  • Sakari Vekki (FIN)
  • Jouko Koskinen (FIN)
  • Bence Talas (HUN)
  • Nandor Szabo (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Ali Al Asi (JOR)
  • Jad Mazahreh (JOR)
  • Masataka Aoyama (JPN)
  • Jawad Alherz (KUW)
  • Naser Alothman (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Daniel Corral Barron (MEX)
  • Santiago Lopez Viana (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Marek Lyszczarz (POL)
  • Malek Alyahri (QAT)
  • Nasser Alhamad (QAT)
  • Rok Klavora (SLO)
PARALLEL BARS:
  • Fabian Leimlehner (AUT)
  • Matthias Decker (AUT)
  • Jimmy Verbaeys (BEL)
  • Thomas Neuteleers (BEL)
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • WANG Guanyin (CHN)
  • CHEN Xuezhang (CHN)
  • Marko Brez (CRO)
  • Martin Konecny (CZE)
  • Petr Smejkal (CZE)
  • Markku Leinonen (FIN)
  • Fabian Hambuechen (GER)
  • Andreas Bretschneider (GER)
  • Zoltan Kallai (HUN)
  • Adam Babos (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Hiroki Ishikawa (JPN)
  • Masataka Aoyama (JPN)
  • Ali Alsaffar (KUW)
  • Abdullah Abdulrada (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Sascha Palgen (LUX)
  • Daniel Corral Barron (MEX)
  • Luis Sosa Abarca (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Adam Kierzkowski (POL)
  • Roman Kulesza (POL)
  • Mahmood Alsadi (QAT)
  • Ahmed Aldayani (QAT)
  • Ziga Britovsek (SLO)
  • Mitja Petkovsek (SLO)
  • Milos Paunovic (SRB)
  • Samuel Piasecky (SVK)
  • Andrej Neczli (SVK)
HORIZONTAL BAR:
  • Fabian Leimlehner (AUT)
  • Jimmy Verbaeys (BEL)
  • Thomas Neuteleers (BEL)
  • Aleksandar Batinkov (BUL)
  • Yaroslav Vovk (BUL)
  • CHEN Xuezhang (CHN)
  • Marijo Moznik (CRO)
  • Martin Konecny (CZE)
  • Petr Smejkal (CZE)
  • Ahmed Adel Ibrahim (EGY)
  • Sakari Vekki (FIN)
  • Jouko Koskinen (FIN)
  • Fabian Hambuechen (GER)
  • Andreas Bretschneider (GER)
  • Vlasios Maras (GRE)
  • Nandor Szabo (HUN)
  • Adam Babos (HUN)
  • Anthony O'Donnell (IRL)
  • Kieran Behan (IRL)
  • Hiroki Ishikawa (JPN)
  • Tomoyuki Takeuchi (JPN)
  • Mohammad Ali (KUW)
  • Naser Alothman (KUW)
  • Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT)
  • Jevgenijs Sapronenko (LAT)
  • Sascha Palgen (LUX)
  • Santiago Lopez Viana (MEX)
  • Luis Sosa Abarca (MEX)
  • Dino Bosnjak (MKD)
  • Ivan Krstevski (MKD)
  • Marius Wirum Haaverstad (NOR)
  • Patrick Peng (NZL)
  • Adam Rzepa (POL)
  • Roman Kulesza (POL)
  • Mahmood Alsadi (QAT)
  • Ahmed Aldayani (QAT)
  • Aljaz Pegan (SLO)
  • Alen Dimic (SLO)
  • Zarko Atanasovski (SRB)
  • Slavomir Michnak (SVK)
  • Samuel Piasecky (SVK)