2013 European Youth Olympic Festival

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The 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) is set to be held in Utrecht, Netherlands from the 14th to the 19th of July. The EYOF is a biennial multi-sport event and sees youth athletes from the member nations of the association of European Olympic Committees having an opportunity to compete for their country. There are both Summer and Winter editions of the European Youth Olympic Competition. Competition in Utrecht will see nine sports represented - Athletics, Cycling, Basketball, Handball, Tennis, Judo, Swimming, Volleyball and Artistic Gymnastics. The Gymnastics competition will be held at the Sportcentrum Galgenwaard and will see Team, All Around and Event Finals take place for both Men (born in 1996 or 1997) and Women (born in 1998 or 1999). Some big names have competed in the past and gone onto big things. Past All Around Champions have included Ukraine's Olga Roschupkina (1999), Alina Kozich (2001) and Valentina Holenkova (2007); Russian's Yulia Lozhecko (2003) and Victoria Komova (2009); Italian Vanessa Ferrari (2005) and Romanian Larisa Andreea Iordache (2011). Men's All Around Champions have been Russian David Belyavskiy (2009) and Great Britain's Courtney Tulloch (2011).

N.B: UPDATED WITH PARTICIPANTS PER ENTRIES ON EYOF SITE.

SCHEDULE:
Tuesday, 16th July:
  • 9.30am - 12.00pm: Men's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision I
  • 1.00pm - 3.30pm: Men's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision II
  • 4.00pm - 6.30pm: Men's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision III
Wednesday, 17th July:
  • 9.50am - 11.10am: Women's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision I
  • 11.30am - 1.30pm: Women's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision II
  • 2.40pm - 4.40pm: Women's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision III
  • 5.05pm - 7.05pm: Women's Team Competition/Qualification - Subdivision IV
Thursday, 18th July:
  • 1.00pm - 3.30pm: Men's All Around Final
  • 3.30pm - 4.00pm: Men's All Around Final Award Ceremony
  • 5.00pm - 7.00pm: Women's All Around Final
  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm: Women's All Around Final Award Ceremony
Friday, 19th July:
  • 12.00pm - 12.30pm: Men's Floor Exercise Final
  • 12.30pm - 1.00pm: Men's Pommel Horse Final
  • 1.00pm - 1.20pm: Men's Floor Exercise and Pommel Horse Award Ceremonies
  • 1.20pm - 2.00pm: Men's Still Rings Final/Women's Vault Final
  • 2.00pm - 2.20pm: Men's Still Rings and Women's Vault Award Ceremonies
  • 2.20pm - 3.00pm: Men's Vault Final/Women's Uneven Bars Final
  • 3.00pm - 3.20pm: Men's Vault and Women's Uneven Bars Award Ceremonies
  • 3.20pm - 4.00pm: Men's Parallel Bars Final/Women's Balance Beam Final
  • 4.00pm - 4.20pm: Men's Parallel Bars and Women's Balance Beam Award Ceremonies
  • 4.20pm - 5.00pm: Men's Horizontal Bar Final/Women's Floor Exercise Final
  • 5.00pm - 5.20pm: Men's Horizontal Bar/Women's Floor Exercise Award Ceremonies
PARTICIPANTS:
WOMEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • AUSTRIA: Jessica Stabinger, Erja Metzler, Ceyda (Giorgiana) Sirbu 
  • BELARUS: Dayana Hryhoryeva, Aliaksandra Koshaleva, Yuliya Khramiankova
  • BELGIUM: Berengere Fransolet, Rune Hermans, Cindy Vandenhole 
  • BULGARIA: Monika Romanova, Magdalena Georgieva, Nicole Dunev
  • CROATIA: Ana Derek
  • CZECH REPUBLIC: Petra Fialova, Julie Hajkova, Romana Majerechova
  • FINLAND: Anna Salmi, Lotta Pitkanen, Monica Sileoni
  • FRANCE: Laura Longueville, Claire Martin, Louise Vanhille  
  • GERMANY: Kim Janas, Nadja Schulze, Leah Griesser
  • GREAT BRITAIN: Tyesha Mattis, Amy Tinkler, Ellie Downie
  • GREECE: Argyro Afrati, Zoi Toka
  • HUNGARY: Bianka Monika Farkas, Nikolett Karsai, Olivia Kertesz
  • ICELAND: Kristjana Yr Kristinsdottir, Sigridur Hronn Bergthorsdottir, Anna Steinunn Svansdottir
  • ISRAEL: Gaya Giladi
  • ITALY: Tea Ugrin, Martina Rizzelli, Lara Mori
  • LATVIA: Sabine Gosa, Aleksandra Kurcenko, Alina Circene
  • LITHUANA: Gabriele Blazyte, Evelina Obrazcova
  • LUXEMBOURG: Lisa Pastoret, Cindy Staar, Christelle Timis
  • NETHERLANDS: Dana de Groot, Eythora Thorsdottir, Mara Titarsolej 
  • NORWAY: Dina N. Nygaard, Martine Rustoeen Skregelid
  • POLAND: Maria Bieda, Wiktoria Lopuszanska, Walentyna Smolka
  • PORTUGAL: Sara Sequeira Raposeiro
  • ROMANIA: Andrea Maria Iridon, Silvia Andreea Zarzu, Laura Jurca 
  • RUSSIA: Maria Bondareva, Maria Kharenkova, Victoria Kuzmina
  • SERBIA: Tamara Mrdenovic
  • SLOVAKIA: Dominika Korpova, Radoslava Kalamarova
  • SLOVENIA: Sara King
  • SPAIN: Claudia Colom Martin, Laura Gamell Villa, Natalia Ros Vaquer
  • SWEDEN: Ece Ayan, Emma Larsson, Kim Singmuang 
  • SWITZERLAND: Michelle Kraus, Gaia Nesurini, Stefanie Siegenthaler
  • TURKEY: Cansu Altin, Tutya Yilmaz, Ekin Morova
  • UKRAINE: Anastasia Ilnytska, Irina Sahaydak, Yana Fedorova
MEN'S ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS:
  • ARMENIA: Arsen Gevorgyan, Vigen Khachatryan, Hayk Petrosyan
  • AUSTRIA: Florian Braitsch, Vinzenz Hock, Dirk Kathan 
  • BELARUS: Dzmitry Ulasau, Ilya Yakauleu, Viktar Hrankouski
  • BELGIUM: Florian Landuyt, Luka Van Den Keybus, Jonathan Vrolix 
  • BULGARIA: Svetoslav Angelov, Dobromir Stoynev
  • CROATIA: Tin Srbic, Jakov Vlahek 
  • CYPRUS: Marios Georgiou, Charalampos Melanarkitis
  • CZECH REPUBLIC: Ondrej Janeczko, Tomas Ye, Michal Ruzek 
  • FINLAND: Emil Soravuo, Leevi Hannula, Rasmus Saamanen
  • FRANCE: Remi Clerc, Paul Degouy, Zachari Hrimeche
  • GERMANY: Nils Dunkel, Vinzenz Haug, Yannick Luca Ehrmantraut
  • GREAT BRITAIN: Nile Wilson, Jay Thompson, Brinn Bevan 
  • GREECE: Antonios Tantalidis, Nikolaos Kranitis
  • HUNGARY: Bence Bilics, Norbert Dudas, Botond Kardos
  • IRELAND: Daniel Fox, Jack Neill 
  • ISRAEL: Artem Dolgopyat, Eyal Glazer, Moran Yanuka
  • ITALY: Nicola Bartolini, Carlo Macchini, Marco Sarrugerio
  • LATVIA: Edgars Ulukins, Antons Ivanovs, Ralfs Bankovs
  • LITHUANIA: Vytautas Gadrus, Tomas Kuzmickas
  • NETHERLANDS: Milo Kapitein, Frank Rijken, Justen Zuidema
  • NORWAY: Jesper F. Jenset, Arian Bedzeti-Olsen, Torry A. Larsen
  • POLAND: Sebastian Gawronski, Jakub Piwowarski, Patryk Stencel
  • PORTUGAL: Bernardo Da Costa Almeida, Pedro De Almeida Rosa Dourado, Pedro Alvarez Castro Guimaraes
  • ROMANIA: Liviu Adorian  Bogdan Necsa, Ovidiu Prichindel, Robert Gabriel Ghiuzan
  • RUSSIA: Kirill Potapov, Valentin Starikov, Ivan Stretovich
  • SERBIA: Nikola Mdenovic, Petar Velickovic
  • SLOVAKIA: Igor Takac, Samuel Potancok
  • SLOVENIA: Luka Bojanc, Peter Lampret, Miha Smigoc
  • SPAIN: Adria Vera Mota, Andres Martin Martin, Francisco Miguel Villalba Ordinas 
  • SWITZERLAND: Sascha Alexander Coradi, Jonas Munsch, Adrian Nestor Pfiffner
  • TURKEY: Ahmet Onder, Isa Hamaratcilar, Yunus Emre Gundogdu
  • UKRAINE: Oleksandr Petrenko, Vladyslav Gryko, Dmytro Voronko 

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