Russia wins Junior Europeans

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Junior Team Final VT UB BB FX Total
1. Russia 41.366 42.966 41.266 41.732 167.330
2. Italy 41.199 40.433 40.833 41.566 164.031
3. Romania 40.965 37.907 41.333 40.832 161.037
4. Great Britain 40.499 39.699 40.024 39.899 160.121
5. Germany 40.566 40.174 38.433 38.699 157.872
6. Netherlands 40.832 38.532 39.065 38.932 157.361
7. France 39.299 39.399 38.698 39.066 156.462
8. Ukraine 39.898 40.666 38.665 37.166 156.395
9. Sweden 38.965 37.900 38.507 36.825 152.197
10. Hungary 39.516 38.166 37.099 36.999 151.780
11. Spain 39.400 36.732 36.899 38.724 151.755
12. Belgium 40.266 37.232 37.666 36.583 151.747
13. Switzerland 39.533 37.965 36.224 37.232 150.954
14. Belarus 38.599 37.466 37.732 35.866 149.663
15. Croatia 38.465 31.132 33.199 35.724 138.520
16. Finland 38.132 30.523 33.699 33.199 135.553
17. Iceland 36.098 30.016 31.732 33.865 131.711
18. Norway 37.499 26.757 32.049 31.666 127.971
19. Latvia 37.500 23.765 28.498 28.232 117.995
20. Lithuania 24.566 20.066 30.600 21.216 96.448

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Junior All-Around Qualification VT UB BB FX Total Q/R
1. Maria Kharenkova 14.100 13.566 14.100 14.366 56.132 Q
2. Elisa Meneghini 13.800 13.700 14.100 13.833 55.433 Q
3. Yevgenia Shelgunova 13.200 14.333 13.766 13.866 55.165 Q
4. Andreea E. Munteanu 13.666 13.033 14.300 13.666 54.665 Q
5. Sophie Scheder 13.433 14.441 13.433 12.933 54.240 Q
6. Enus Mariani 13.766 13.433 13.100 13.900 54.199 Q
7. Gabrielle Jupp 13.666 12.700 14.283 13.433 54.082 Q
8. Tea Ugrin 13.600 13.300 13.633 13.533 54.066
9. Eythora Thorsdottir 13.700 12.833 13.566 13.133 53.232 Q
10. Noemi Makra 13.783 13.133 13.133 12.966 53.015 Q
11. Angel Romaeo 13.133 13.333 13.333 13.133 52.932 Q
12. Chantysha Netteb 14.266 12.633 12.533 13.033 52.465 Q
13. Charlie Fellows 13.300 13.433 12.233 13.333 52.299
14. Alina Stanila 13.966 11.900 13.533 12.566 51.965 Q
15. Ilaria Käslin 13.033 12.966 13.233 12.633 51.865 Q
16. Roxana Popa 13.600 11.966 13.066 13.066 51.698 Q
17. Emma Larsson 13.666 12.400 13.100 12.500 51.666 Q
18. Alina Ehret 13.333 13.233 12.300 12.733 51.599 Q
19. Berengere Fransolet 13.766 12.833 12.966 12.033 51.598 Q
20. Daria Matveyeva 13.466 13.533 13.033 11.466 51.498 Q
21. Miriam Aribasoiu 12.500 12.208 13.500 13.266 51.474
22. Petra Fialova 12.966 13.033 12.800 12.166 50.965 Q
23. Valentine Pikul 13.366 12.666 12.066 12.866 50.964 Q
24. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 12.900 12.333 13.166 12.433 50.832 Q
25. Olena Vasylieva 13.266 13.900 12.000 11.166 50.332 Q
26. Clara Chambellant 12.800 13.033 11.833 12.633 50.299 Q
27. Dayana Hryhoryeva 13.133 13.533 12.200 11.233 50.099 Q
28. Lovisa Estberg 12.633 12.800 12.341 12.300 50.074 R1
29. Laura Gamell 12.600 11.833 12.500 12.833 49.766 R2
30. Laura Waem 12.800 11.900 12.100 12.750 49.550 R3
31. Aisa Kajouk 12.500 12.733 12.200 12.100 49.533 R4
32. Laura Schulte 13.400 12.466 11.191 12.466 49.523
33. Ana Derek 13.666 10.733 11.833 12.958 49.190
34. Kamile Goktekin 12.066 13.066 12.000 11.900 49.032
35. Beata Eke 12.800 12.300 11.633 11.933 48.666
36. Nicole Hitz 13.100 12.533 10.966 12.000 48.599
37. Barbora Mokosova 13.000 11.866 11.666 11.833 48.365
38. Ece Ayan 12.666 11.966 11.866 11.508 48.006
39. Evangelia Plyta 12.400 13.833 10.266 11.166 47.665
40. Ellen Rabaut 13.700 11.966 11.166 10.666 47.498
41. Hlafira Kazimirskaya 12.566 10.783 11.500 12.000 46.849
42. Claudia Colom 12.533 10.775 11.133 12.333 46.774
43. Vaida Zitineviciute 12.400 11.333 11.900 11.133 46.766
44. Tamara Mrdjenovic 13.166 9.933 10.666 12.616 46.381
45. Tamara Chachua 12.466 10.433 11.833 11.500 46.232
46. Martha Verra 12.166 9.891 11.800 12.133 45.990
47. Ulrika Hamalainen 12.633 10.391 10.800 11.366 45.190
48. Anastasija Vinnicka 12.600 9.966 10.766 11.533 44.865
49. Ana Poscic 12.000 10.333 10.766 11.433 44.532
50. Elija Valentic 12.433 9.733 10.600 10.933 43.699
51. Freyja Josepsdottir 11.433 10.525 10.500 11.066 43.524
52. Ciara Roberts 12.866 9.666 10.500 10.433 43.465
53. Sigridur Bergthorsdottir 12.466 8.100 10.966 11.633 43.165
54. Karmen Koljanin 12.366 10.066 9.300 11.333 43.065
55. Sofie Skattun 12.300 9.250 10.766 10.366 42.682
56. Katarina Ronbeck 12.600 8.766 10.566 10.700 42.632
57. Dina Nygaard 12.566 8.741 10.633 10.600 42.540
58. Jaqueline Schmidt 12.600 8.966 9.966 10.766 42.298
59. Tiia Laisi 11.966 10.266 10.300 9.241 41.773
60. Eileen Lamprecht 12.233 9.700 8.233 11.066 41.232
61. Katrin Thrastardottir 12.166 9.566 10.266 8.783 40.781
62. Evelina Obrazcova 12.166 8.733 8.700 10.083 39.682
63. Anica Ilic 11.966 8.500 8.766 10.233 39.465
64. Sabine Kornijanova 13.100 6.233 9.866 8.866 38.065
65. Sabine Gosa 11.800 7.566 7.866 7.833 35.065
66. Alisa Zujeva 0.000 0.000 10.000 0.000 10.000

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Junior Vault Qualifiers D E ND Score Average
Q Chantysha Netteb 5.0 9.266 14.266 14.237
5.3 8.908 14.208
Q Roxana Popa 5.0 8.600 13.600 14.154
5.8 8.908 14.708
Q Maria Kharenkova 5.0 9.100 14.100 13.733
4.7 8.766 0.1 13.366
Q Alina Stanila 5.8 8.166 13.966 13.687
5.0 8.408 13.408
Q Noemi Makra 5.0 8.783 13.783 13.674
4.6 8.966 13.566
Q Elisa Meneghini 5.0 8.800 13.800 13.633
4.4 9.066 13.466
Q Enus Mariani 5.0 8.766 13.766 13.633
4.4 9.100 13.500
Q Ana Derek 5.2 8.466 13.666 13.583
4.8 8.700 13.500
R1 Emma Larsson 5.0 8.766 0.1 13.666 13.47
4.8 8.466 13.266
R2 Andreea E. Munteanu 5.0 8.666 13.666 13.416
4.4 8.766 13.166
R3 Gabrielle Jupp 5.0 8.666 13.666 13.316
4.4 8.566 12.966

Uneven Bars Qualifiers
Q Sophie Scheder 6.0 8.441 14.441
Q Yevgenia Shelgunova 5.7 8.633 14.333
Q Viktoria Kuzmina 6.0 8.333 14.333
Q Olena Vasylieva 5.9 8.000 13.900
Q Evangelia Plyta 5.8 8.033 13.833
Q Elisa Meneghini 5.8 7.900 13.700
Q Dayana Hryhoryeva 5.2 8.333 13.533
Q Daria Matveyeva 5.5 8.033 13.533
R1 Charlie Fellows 5.2 8.233 13.433
R2 Enus Mariani 5.9 7.533 13.433
R3 Angel Romaeo 5.2 8.133 13.333

Balance Beam Qualifiers D
Q Andreea E. Munteanu 5.7 8.600 14.300
Q Gabrielle Jupp 5.8 8.483 14.283
Q Elisa Meneghini 5.5 8.600 14.100
Q Maria Kharenkova 5.8 8.300 14.100
Q Maelys Plessis 5.5 8.266 13.766
Q Yevgenia Shelgunova 5.6 8.166 13.766
Q Tea Ugrin 5.1 8.533 13.633
Q Eythora Thorsdottir 5.3 8.266 13.566
R1 Alina Stanila 5.5 8.033 13.533
R2 Sophie Scheder 5.2 8.233 13.433
R3 Angel Romaeo 5.2 8.133 13.333

Junior Floor Exercise Qualifiers
Q Maria Kharenkova 5.6 8.766 14.366
Q Enus Mariani 5.2 8.700 13.900
Q Silvia Zarzu 5.4 8.500 13.900
Q Yevgenia Shelgunova 5.3 8.566 13.866
Q Elisa Meneghini 5.3 8.533 13.833
Q Andreea E. Munteanu 5.2 8.466 13.666
Q Gabrielle Jupp 5.4 8.033 13.433
Q Charlie Fellows 5.4 7.933 13.333
R1 Louise Vanhille 5.0 8.200 13.200
R2 Eythora Thorsdottir 5.0 8.133 13.133
R3 Roxana Popa 5.2 7.866 13.066

19 Responses to “Russia wins Junior Europeans”

  1. JAS4 Says:

    If looks could kill

    • nero Says:

      I just re-watched that interview, ugh that was absolutely awful it’s like they told Andrea Joyce to try to make the poor girl cry

    • Sandy Says:

      This was actually one of the moments when I felt so bad for her…didn’t know about her “cliquishness” either at that point. However it’s one of the reasons I’m glad she did come back and make a run of it. I hope she can shove it in that stupid lady’s face at some point (Andrea Joyce)? – Why didn’t they fire her by now?

    • doughnut sundae Says:

      At that time, Alicia could not see what we saw from an ocean away, that there was triumph in tragedy. And she did not realize what had happened back home – she became to us a consummate athlete who, before the Olympic Games concluded, was inducted into the Hall of Fame of our hearts.

      A lot of people talk about what it takes to be a champion, but in Beijing Alicia demonstrated it.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Falling on your ass does not make you a Champion.lol Then again in this code………..

      • Sandy Says:

        Well, remember – she literally fell on her ass twice. What actually pissed me off more was that ASac was robbed of a vault medal at the Olympics. That chick from Korea had HORRIBLE form so I don’t even know how she won gold. She should have gotten the bronze, at best. Cheng Fei fell on her ass and shouldn’t have even made the podium. ASac should have received a silver behind the old German lady.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Blame the code. That created this mess. I looked at this a few days ago somewhere and Chang Fie had over the fall in start value.

      • Sandy Says:

        I do blame the code, believe me. I also blame the judges. 🙂 They didn’t deduct Cheng enough on her form issues and missed block when she did that second vault.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        There is so much blame to go around.lol The judges never deduct execution errors. Nastia Liukin on bars much?

      • nero Says:

        Zou Kai is the Olympic high bar champion over Horton….and even though Pavlova wasn’t perfect I still think she should have got the bronze on beam. I don’t even want to get started on vault!

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I am still trying to figure out why Pavlova’s floor was scored so low. It would not have mattered what she did (her start value was lower) but it was near perfect during I think the AA but she never got the benefit that certain Russian/Americans got with their shitty twisting form.

      • doughnut sundae Says:

        It is hard to be gracious towards other people when you are so ashamed of yourself. And it must be absolutely heartbreaking – no, humiliating – for the captain to admit to her crew that she has become their saboteur…

        While the rest of the team wrestled accolades from rivals, Alicia was, at the worst possible moment, having to wrestle a more formidable adversary – herself. And she was winning.

        What I remember most about the 2008 Olympics was this inner struggle, the heartbreak, and triumph that would surely follow. This put Alicia on a podium she cannot get off of.

  2. exgymgurl Says:

    Romania leads senior team qualifications because Mustafina fell on floor and messed up bars… all hail the power of Ponor / Izbasa / Iordache / Bulimar and PITIC

    • Sandy Says:

      I love Ponor…and I love Mustafina. Thanks for the update. It would be quite cool to see Romania come out with a win. This is the best competition for them before the Olympics.

      I do hope Mustafina pulls through in finals though.

    • nero Says:

      WHY does Mustafina do that triple twist?? Surely she must lose more in E score than she gains in D score? If they insist on having her do the ugliest triple twist ever seen by man kind then put it as the second or third pass and have her end with the double back

      • Sandy Says:

        I think she does the triple twist because what else would she do instead? She’s probably trained that triple twist most of her life so it’s a skill that she can’t just easily replace…as badly executed as she does it.

      • doughnut sundae Says:

        When she was cleared for full training in March, Aliya had two choices: be in Olympic shape within four months or leave the sport that defined her life. Even for a healthy athlete, THAT trajectory is insane.

        Let her triple twist alone! It is probably one of the few confidence builders that she has on the competition floor.

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