2013 Women Europeans qualifying results

All I did was highlight the results and this showed up. Thanks IG sorry about stealing your bandwidth:)

1. Larisa Iordache 14.766 12.966 15.066 14.400 57.198 Q
2. Diana Bulimar 14.833 12.700 14.366 14.233 56.132 Q
3. Anastasia Grishina 14.833 13.566 13.400 14.266 56.065 Q
4. Aliya Mustafina 15.066 15.025 11.666 14.300 56.057 Q
5. Ksenia Afanasyeva 14.900 12.466 13.100 14.633 55.099
6. Roxana Popa 14.566 13.633 13.166 13.700 55.065 Q
7. Ruby Harrold 13.833 14.133 13.433 13.400 54.799 Q
8. Elisa Meneghini 14.016 13.800 14.033 12.933 54.782 Q
9. Giulia Steingruber 15.300 12.466 13.033 13.933 54.732 Q
10. Giorgia Campana 13.500 14.066 14.033 12.700 54.299 Q
11. Ana Filipa Martins 13.333 13.466 13.200 13.100 53.099 Q
12. Maria Paula Vargas 14.000 12.933 12.966 13.133 53.032 Q
13. Dorina Böczögö 13.800 13.166 12.633 13.133 52.732 Q
14. Noémi Makra 14.133 13.500 11.833 13.233 52.699 Q
15. Charlie Fellows 13.900 13.100 13.200 12.366 52.566 Q
16. Noël van Klaveren 14.866 13.000 11.566 12.633 52.065 Q
17. Lisa Katharina Hill 12.966 13.933 12.100 12.966 51.965 Q
18. Ilaria Käslin 13.300 12.633 12.933 12.633 51.499 Q
19. Jana Šikulová 13.633 13.833 11.600 12.066 51.132 Q
20. Olena Vasilyeva 13.733 13.200 13.600 10.400 50.933 Q
21. Lisa Ecker 13.733 12.400 12.300 12.433 50.866 Q
22. Ida Gustafsson 13.866 14.066 10.800 11.966 50.698 Q
23. Cagla Akyol 13.600 11.233 12.900 12.766 50.499 Q
24. Angelina Kysla 13.733 12.066 11.633 13.000 50.432 Q
25. Laura Schulte 13.800 12.250 11.633 12.700 50.383
26. Elisa Hämmerle 14.000 12.666 11.866 11.833 50.365 Q
27. Ida Laisi 13.666 12.333 11.766 12.433 50.198 R
28. Maija Leinonen 13.066 13.066 12.000 12.066 50.198 R
29. Jasmin Mader 13.700 12.233 11.666 12.533 50.132
30. Luca Diveky 13.633 11.433 12.700 11.500 49.266
31. Jessica Diacci 12.000 11.700 13.000 12.566 49.266
32. Rosanna Ojala 13.366 11.633 12.066 11.933 48.998
33. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 12.900 11.900 11.400 12.600 48.800 R
34. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 12.700 11.266 12.366 12.300 48.632 R
35. Dominiqua Belanyi 12.766 11.966 12.200 11.633 48.565
36. Kristyna Palešova 13.058 13.366 10.700 11.433 48.557
37. Annika Urvikko 13.800 11.200 11.200 11.900 48.100
38. Barbora Mokosova 13.066 11.833 10.866 12.066 47.831
39. Demet Mutlu 13.600 10.900 11.200 12.041 47.741
40. Haldis Naerum 12.466 11.333 11.766 11.833 47.398
41. Ralitsa Mileva 13.400 11.100 11.000 10.633 46.133
42. Mette Hulgaard 12.733 11.033 10.433 11.833 46.032
43. India McPeak 13.166 10.000 11.100 11.266 45.532
44. Norma Robertsdottir 13.600 9.133 10.700 11.900 45.333
45. Thelma Hermannsdottir 12.133 9.666 12.200 11.300 45.299
46. Mia Furu 13.100 9.700 9.933 11.566 44.299
47. Myropi Christofilaki 12.100 10.566 9.400 11.333 43.399
48. Janneke Lanng 12.100 10.000 9.933 10.533 42.566
49. Ana Koniuchovaite 13.100 8.900 9.966 10.133 42.099
50. Ozlem Ozkan 12.666 5.933 10.200 11.400 40.199
51. Tinna Odinsdottir 12.500 9.500 6.600 10.933 39.533
52. Maria Simou 11.833 6.900 7.900 10.800 37.433
53. Emma Lunn 11.900 4.000 8.066 11.966 35.932

EVENT FINALS

1. Giulia Steingruber 6.2 9.100 15.300 14.783 Q
5.2 9.066 14.266
2. Maria Paseka 5.8 9.266 15.066 14.733 Q
5.6 8.800 14.400
3. Noël van Klaveren 5.8 9.066 14.866 14.583 Q
5.2 9.100 14.300
4. Larisa Iordache 5.8 8.966 14.766 14.399 Q
5.2 8.833 14.033
5. Ofir Nezer 5.3 8.966 14.266 14.216 Q
5.2 8.966 14.166
6. Chantysha Netteb 5.3 8.800 0.3 13.800 14.016 Q
5.2 9.033 14.233
7. Teja Belak 5.3 9.033 14.333 13.799 Q
5.3 7.966 13.266
8. Tijana Tkalčec 5.3 8.733 0.1 13.933 13.783 Q
5.3 8.333 13.633
9. Olena Vasilyeva 5.0 8.733 13.733 13.766 R
5.0 8.800 13.800
10. Valerija Grisane 4.6 9.000 13.600 13.600 R
4.6 9.000 13.600
11. Norma Robertsdottir 5.0 8.600 13.600 13.250 R
4.4 8.600 0.1 12.900
12. Dorina Böczögö 5.0 8.800 13.800 13.183
5.0 7.666 0.1 12.566
13. Barbora Mokosova 4.4 8.666 13.066 13.133
4.4 8.800 13.200
14. Mia Furu 4.4 8.700 13.100 13.133
4.6 8.566 13.166
15. Ana Koniuchovaite 4.4 8.700 13.100 12.900
4.2 8.500 12.700

Individual Vault Scores D E ND Score
1. Giulia Steingruber 6.2 9.100 15.300
2. Aliya Mustafina 5.8 9.266 15.066
3. Maria Paseka 5.8 9.266 15.066
4. Ksenia Afanasyeva 5.8 9.100 14.900
5. Noël van Klaveren 5.8 9.066 14.866
6. Diana Bulimar 5.8 9.033 14.833
7. Anastasia Grishina 5.8 9.033 14.833
8. Larisa Iordache 5.8 8.966 14.766
9. Roxana Popa 5.8 8.766 14.566
10. Teja Belak 5.3 9.033 14.333
11. Ofir Nezer 5.3 8.966 14.266
12. Noémi Makra 5.0 9.133 14.133
13. Elisa Meneghini 5.0 9.016 14.016
14. Elisa Hämmerle 5.2 8.800 14.000
15. Maria Paula Vargas 5.0 9.000 14.000
16. Tijana Tkalčec 5.3 8.733 0.1 13.933
17. Charlie Fellows 5.0 8.900 13.900
18. Ida Gustafsson 5.0 8.866 13.866
19. Ruby Harrold 5.0 8.833 13.833
20. Annika Urvikko 5.0 8.800 13.800
21. Dorina Böczögö 5.0 8.800 13.800
22. Chantysha Netteb 5.3 8.800 0.3 13.800
23. Laura Schulte 5.0 8.800 13.800
24. Lisa Ecker 5.0 8.733 13.733
25. Angelina Kysla 5.0 8.733 13.733
26. Olena Vasilyeva 5.0 8.733 13.733
27. Jasmin Mader 5.0 8.700 13.700
28. Ida Laisi 5.0 8.666 13.666
29. Jana Šikulová 4.4 9.233 13.633
30. Luca Diveky 4.8 8.833 13.633
31. Cagla Akyol 5.0 8.600 13.600
32. Norma Robertsdottir 5.0 8.600 13.600
33. Valerija Grisane 4.6 9.000 13.600
34. Demet Mutlu 5.0 8.600 13.600
35. Giorgia Campana 5.0 8.500 13.500
36. Ralitsa Mileva 4.8 8.600 13.400
37. Rosanna Ojala 4.6 8.766 13.366
38. Ana Filipa Martins 4.4 8.933 13.333
39. Ilaria Käslin 5.0 8.600 0.3 13.300
40. India McPeak 4.6 8.566 13.166
41. Mia Furu 4.4 8.700 13.100
42. Ana Koniuchovaite 4.4 8.700 13.100
43. Maija Leinonen 4.4 8.666 13.066
44. Barbora Mokosova 4.4 8.666 13.066
45. Kristyna Palešova 4.4 8.658 13.058
46. Lisa Katharina Hill 5.0 8.066 0.1 12.966
47. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 4.2 8.700 12.900
48. Dominiqua Belanyi 4.2 8.566 12.766
49. Mette Hulgaard 4.4 8.333 12.733
50. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 4.0 8.700 12.700
51. Ozlem Ozkan 4.2 8.466 12.666
52. Tinna Odinsdottir 4.0 8.500 12.500
53. Haldis Naerum 4.0 8.466 12.466
54. Yagmur Su Alparslan 4.0 8.400 12.400
55. Thelma Hermannsdottir 4.4 7.733 12.133
56. Janneke Lanng 4.2 8.000 0.1 12.100
57. Myropi Christofilaki 4.0 8.100 12.100
58. Jessica Diacci 5.0 7.300 0.3 12.000
59. Emma Lunn 4.2 7.700 11.900
60. Maria Simou 3.8 8.033 11.833

Uneven Bars Qualification D E ND Score
1. Aliya Mustafina 6.3 8.725 15.025 Q
2. Rebecca Downie 6.2 8.533 14.733 Q
3. Sophie Scheder 5.9 8.800 14.700 Q
4. Jonna Adlerteg 6.0 8.333 14.333 Q
5. Ruby Harrold 6.3 7.833 14.133 Q
6. Maria Paseka 5.8 8.300 14.100 Q
7. Giorgia Campana 5.6 8.466 14.066 Q
8. Ida Gustafsson 5.8 8.266 14.066 Q
9. Gabrielle Jupp 5.5 8.433 13.933
10. Lisa Katharina Hill 5.9 8.033 13.933 R
11. Jana Šikulová 5.4 8.433 13.833 R
12. Elisa Meneghini 5.2 8.600 13.800 R
13. Roxana Popa 6.1 7.533 13.633
14. Anastasia Grishina 6.0 7.566 13.566
15. Anastasia Miklashevich 5.1 8.400 13.500
16. Noémi Makra 5.3 8.200 13.500
17. Ana Filipa Martins 5.0 8.466 13.466
18. Kristyna Palešova 5.6 7.766 13.366
19. Olena Vasilyeva 6.1 7.100 13.200
20. Dorina Böczögö 5.1 8.066 13.166
21. Charlie Fellows 5.3 7.800 13.100
22. Maija Leinonen 5.0 8.066 13.066
23. Noël van Klaveren 5.2 7.800 13.000
24. Larisa Iordache 5.6 7.366 12.966
25. Maria Paula Vargas 5.9 7.033 12.933
26. Diana Bulimar 5.4 7.300 12.700
27. Chantysha Netteb 4.9 7.766 12.666
28. Elisa Hämmerle 5.0 7.666 12.666
29. Ilaria Käslin 5.0 7.633 12.633
30. Ksenia Afanasyeva 5.5 6.966 12.466
31. Giulia Steingruber 5.7 6.766 12.466
32. Daria Matveyeva 5.5 6.933 12.433
33. Lisa Ecker 5.1 7.300 12.400
34. Michelle Lauritsen 4.5 7.833 12.333
35. Ida Laisi 5.6 6.733 12.333
36. Laura Schulte 5.3 6.950 12.250
37. Jasmin Mader 5.1 7.133 12.233
38. Angelina Kysla 5.3 6.766 12.066
39. Dominiqua Belanyi 4.5 7.466 11.966
40. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 3.9 8.000 11.900
41. Laura Svilpaite 4.4 7.466 11.866
42. Barbora Mokosova 4.8 7.033 11.833
43. Jessica Diacci 5.2 6.500 11.700
44. Rosanna Ojala 5.3 6.333 11.633
45. Luca Diveky 4.6 6.833 11.433
46. Haldis Naerum 3.7 7.633 11.333
47. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 4.8 6.466 11.266
48. Cagla Akyol 5.4 5.833 11.233
49. Annika Urvikko 5.5 5.700 11.200
50. Ralitsa Mileva 3.6 7.500 11.100
51. Mette Hulgaard 3.9 7.133 11.033
52. Demet Mutlu 5.1 5.800 10.900
53. Myropi Christofilaki 4.6 5.966 10.566
54. India McPeak 3.1 6.900 10.000
55. Janneke Lanng 3.3 6.700 10.000
56. Mia Furu 2.5 7.200 9.700
57. Thelma Hermannsdottir 3.5 6.166 9.666
58. Tinna Odinsdottir 4.1 5.400 9.500
59. Norma Robertsdottir 3.9 5.233 9.133
60. Ana Koniuchovaite 3.3 5.600 8.900
61. Maria Simou 3.6 3.300 6.900
62. Ozlem Ozkan 2.3 7.633 4.0 5.933
63. Emma Lunn 1.8 2.200 4.000

Balance Beam Qualification D E ND Score

1. Larisa Iordache 6.4 8.666 15.066 Q
2. Diana Bulimar 5.9 8.466 14.366 Q
3. Carlotta Ferlito 6.1 8.100 14.200 Q
4. Elisa Meneghini 5.9 8.133 14.033 Q
5. Giorgia Campana 5.9 8.133 14.033
6. Vanessa Ferrari 5.5 8.333 13.833
7. Olena Vasilyeva 5.8 7.800 13.600 Q
8. Gabrielle Jupp 5.9 7.666 13.566 Q
9. Katarzyna Jurkowska 5.2 8.300 13.500 Q
10. Ruby Harrold 5.1 8.333 13.433 Q
11. Anastasia Grishina 6.2 7.200 13.400 R
12. Charlie Fellows 5.0 8.200 13.200
13. Ana Filipa Martins 5.3 7.900 13.200 R
14. Roxana Popa 5.6 7.566 13.166 R
15. Ksenia Afanasyeva 5.6 7.500 13.100
16. Giulia Steingruber 5.6 7.433 13.033
17. Jessica Diacci 5.9 7.100 13.000
18. Maria Paula Vargas 5.4 7.566 12.966
19. Ilaria Käslin 5.2 7.733 12.933
20. Cagla Akyol 5.5 7.500 0.1 12.900
21. Luca Diveky 5.1 7.600 12.700
22. Vasiliki Millousi 6.0 6.666 12.666
23. Dorina Böczögö 5.2 7.433 12.633
24. Krystyna Sankova 5.3 7.266 12.566
25. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 4.7 7.666 12.366
26. Lisa Ecker 5.1 7.300 0.1 12.300
27. Anastasia Miklashevich 4.7 7.633 0.1 12.233
28. Dominiqua Belanyi 4.5 7.700 12.200
29. Thelma Hermannsdottir 4.9 7.300 12.200
30. Teja Belak 4.8 7.333 12.133
31. Lisa Katharina Hill 5.3 6.800 12.100
32. Rosanna Ojala 4.7 7.466 0.1 12.066
33. Maija Leinonen 5.3 6.800 0.1 12.000
34. Valerija Grisane 4.8 7.133 11.933
35. Elisa Hämmerle 5.3 6.666 0.1 11.866
36. Noémi Makra 5.6 6.333 0.1 11.833
37. Haldis Naerum 4.7 7.066 11.766
38. Ida Laisi 4.9 6.866 11.766
39. Jasmin Mader 4.6 7.066 11.666
40. Aliya Mustafina 6.0 5.966 0.3 11.666
41. Laura Schulte 4.8 6.833 11.633
42. Angelina Kysla 5.3 6.333 11.633
43. Jana Šikulová 4.7 6.900 11.600
44. Noël van Klaveren 5.4 6.166 11.566
45. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 5.1 6.300 11.400
46. Annika Urvikko 4.8 6.500 0.1 11.200
47. Demet Mutlu 4.8 6.400 11.200
48. India McPeak 4.8 6.300 11.100
49. Ralitsa Mileva 4.5 6.600 0.1 11.000
50. Yagmur Su Alparslan 4.0 6.966 10.966
51. Barbora Mokosova 4.3 6.566 10.866
52. Ida Gustafsson 5.3 5.500 10.800
53. Laura Svilpaite 4.2 6.658 0.1 10.758
54. Norma Robertsdottir 4.3 6.400 10.700
55. Kristyna Palešova 5.4 5.300 10.700
56. Chantysha Netteb 5.0 5.633 10.633
57. Mette Hulgaard 3.9 6.533 10.433
58. Ozlem Ozkan 5.4 4.800 10.200
59. Ana Koniuchovaite 4.4 5.566 9.966
60. Janneke Lanng 3.7 6.233 9.933
61. Mia Furu 4.1 5.833 9.933
62. Myropi Christofilaki 4.4 5.100 0.1 9.400
63. Emma Lunn 5.0 3.066 8.066
64. Maria Simou 4.0 4.000 0.1 7.900
65. Tinna Odinsdottir 4.0 4.600 2 6.600

Women’s Floor Exercise Qualification D E ND Score

1. Ksenia Afanasyeva 6.4 8.533 0.3 14.633 Q
2. Larisa Iordache 6.1 8.300 14.400 Q
3. Aliya Mustafina 5.9 8.400 14.300 Q
4. Anastasia Grishina 5.8 8.466 14.266
5. Diana Bulimar 5.8 8.433 14.233 Q
6. Giulia Steingruber 5.9 8.133 0.1 13.933 Q
7. Carlotta Ferlito 5.6 8.300 0.1 13.800 Q
8. Roxana Popa 5.6 8.100 13.700 Q
9. Krystyna Sankova 5.8 7.866 13.666 Q
10. Vanessa Ferrari 5.6 8.100 0.1 13.600 R
11. Ruby Harrold 5.4 8.100 0.1 13.400 R
12. Noémi Makra 5.5 7.833 0.1 13.233 R
13. Dorina Böczögö 5.3 7.833 13.133
14. Maria Paula Vargas 5.5 7.633 13.133
15. Ana Filipa Martins 5.2 7.900 13.100
16. Angelina Kysla 5.1 7.900 13.000
17. Lisa Katharina Hill 5.0 8.066 0.1 12.966
18. Elisa Meneghini 5.4 7.533 12.933
19. Cagla Akyol 5.4 7.366 12.766
20. Laura Schulte 4.9 7.800 12.700
21. Giorgia Campana 5.0 7.700 12.700
22. Ilaria Käslin 5.2 7.533 0.1 12.633
23. Noël van Klaveren 5.3 7.333 12.633
24. Katsiaryna Fiadutsik 4.7 7.900 12.600
25. Valerija Grisane 5.0 7.566 12.566
26. Jessica Diacci 5.2 7.466 0.1 12.566
27. Jasmin Mader 5.0 7.533 12.533
28. Lisa Ecker 5.0 7.433 12.433
29. Ida Laisi 5.3 7.233 0.1 12.433
30. Charlie Fellows 5.6 6.766 12.366
31. Ekaterina Kislinskaya 4.9 7.500 0.1 12.300
32. Jana Šikulová 4.8 7.566 0.3 12.066
33. Maija Leinonen 4.6 7.466 12.066
34. Barbora Mokosova 4.6 7.466 12.066
35. Demet Mutlu 4.7 7.341 12.041
36. Saša Golob 4.9 7.233 0.1 12.033
37. Emma Lunn 4.7 7.366 0.1 11.966
38. Ida Gustafsson 5.2 6.866 0.1 11.966
39. Rosanna Ojala 4.9 7.333 0.3 11.933
40. Norma Robertsdottir 4.7 7.200 11.900
41. Annika Urvikko 5.0 7.000 0.1 11.900
42. Mette Hulgaard 4.5 7.333 11.833
43. Haldis Naerum 4.5 7.333 11.833
44. Elisa Hämmerle 5.1 6.733 11.833
45. Dominiqua Belanyi 4.4 7.333 0.1 11.633
46. Mia Furu 4.3 7.266 11.566
47. Luca Diveky 4.6 7.000 0.1 11.500
48. Kristyna Palešova 4.4 7.433 0.4 11.433
49. Ozlem Ozkan 4.9 6.500 11.400
50. Yagmur Su Alparslan 4.4 7.233 0.3 11.333
51. Myropi Christofilaki 4.5 7.133 0.3 11.333
52. Thelma Hermannsdottir 4.5 7.100 0.3 11.300
53. India McPeak 4.9 6.366 11.266
54. Tinna Odinsdottir 4.1 7.233 0.4 10.933
55. Maria Simou 4.6 6.300 0.1 10.800
56. Ralitsa Mileva 4.8 6.133 0.3 10.633
57. Janneke Lanng 3.5 7.133 0.1 10.533
58. Ofir Nezer 4.1 6.400 0.1 10.400
59. Olena Vasilyeva 5.0 5.400 10.400
60. Ana Koniuchovaite 3.8 6.333 10.133

73 Responses to “2013 Women Europeans qualifying results”

  1. H Says:

    Thanks for posting!

  2. katecoursey Says:

    Looks like Aliya had a rough go on the balance beam….

    • Sara Says:

      seriously! I want to find a video of what happened..

    • Case Says:

      I read she fell twice but I’d like to see her beam also.

      • byrdisthewyrd Says:

        Here’s a video I saw posted this morning of Mustafina’s beam from qualifications. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPyJLjDeT78&feature=youtu.be

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        Thanks for posting that. I have no way to find videos unless through you guys or when I make time on YouTube.

        Wow, that was one hot mess of a beam routine. I don’t think anything was clean. Surprised she even got the 11…

      • Uglyfatkid Says:

        Thanks for the link Byrdisthewryd! I looked last night and couldn’t find it.

        Yea…total meltdown. I agree Sanity, the score was a gift. Well, at least she’s still capable of the standing Arabian still…even if it was a little shakey.

  3. sanitynmotion Says:

    Grishina might get to qualify for beam finals if Jupp is out – right? It looks that way.

    Wow – who knew Aliya just needed 13 on beam to get ahead of Iordache but then she ends up falling twice.

    I’m happy Bulimar is in the running. I hope she figures her bars out and then presto, we have another solid AA’er from Romania that can medal at Worlds.

  4. Uglyfatkid Says:

    Larissa got a 12.96 on bars? Ouch. And Aliya’s 11.6 on beam…not great. She must have fallen, got pissed, then gave the judges the bird and got an “unsportsman-like” penalty.

    I know that didn’t happen, but Aliya is so feisty that I could see her doing it to her coaches in practice. I’d actually pay to see that from her. Lol.

  5. Uglyfatkid Says:

    Oh, and no Amanar from AFan??? Must not be ready with it. I wonder if she will ever throw it in a comp?

    • sanitynmotion Says:

      I saw on Couch’s blog or whatever – maybe it was TripleTwist – that AFan was attempting them in podium training (she attempted two) but sat down on both of them. It’s not a myth though give her some more time and she’ll get it around eventually. She is obviously training it so that’s pretty cool.

      I just worry a bit – Musty hasn’t gotten it back and I wonder if she ever will. I worry that AFan will do it and then also get injured. I’m not into this whole “chuck the amanar” trend we’re seeing from the Russians. I know it’s USA’s fault for having so many but still…

      • Uglyfatkid Says:

        Agreed. I would rather see a safe/beautiful DTY than wreck reckless/ugly 2.5.

        Speaking of the Amanar, do you think it would have been downgraded if only 1 or 2 USA gymnasts could do it last year? I may be totally off-base with this, but I kind of think the reason it was downgraded was because it was so dominate for the USA girls. Everyone had one on the F5 (though Kyla’s was shaky during the Olympics), and only one or two gymnasts from the other countrys could throw it. It kinda makes me wonder. Also, why didn’t they also downgrade the DTY a couple of tenths too? I think they should have down graded them all (FTY, 1.5, DTY, 2.5) equally to match. That whole thing never made sense to me.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        Not sure why they downgraded the amanar if they didn’t downgrade everything else. I’m thinking actually it might be because there was so much “chucking” going on, and yes it had to do with “everyone in the US can do it – and if we can’t do it we’re at an automatic disadvantage.” The only reason Paseka made the Russian team was because she could get one to her feet besides Komova.

        When the difference b/t a DTY and the amanar was what – 7 full tenths??! – if you don’t have at least 2 amanars on your team you’re giving the competition (coughUSAcough) a cushion of nearly 1.5 points; and think about it: basically if you don’t have 2 amanars on your squad, USA could fall at least once and still beat you. So yes I think it had to do with an “unfair” advantage but also there was such a huge spread b/t the DTY and the amanar it didn’t’ make sense. I kind of felt that way all the time – I still feel that way when it comes to bars scores; they have higher potential over say floor.

        What also pissed me off was the judge’s failure to correctly give/take when it came to execution of the amanar at the Olys. At least in the air. The landings they were pretty fair (I think?) – except for Gabby, and we all know why that was. But for instance, there wasn’t much difference execution-wise b/t Maroney’s vault and many of the other amanars (Gabby’s, hah) even though Maroney’s should stand far and above the others. They got what 15.8 or 15.9 and Maroney got like a 16.1 I think. Probably for that very clean landing. In any event, I don’t think the judges were taking much off E-wise for the amanar yet they seemed to get a better grip on it for the DTY. Maybe with the half turn less, they could “see” better in the air.

      • Catherine Says:

        They did downgrade vaults, almost every other high scoring vault is down, the Cheng, Tsuks etc. The dty is not.

        Maroney’s TF vault scored 16.233, but the point remains the same..there was not enough variation. I’d be the first to admit Gabby’s amanar was lovely in the air, clean and with good form. But wow was it seriously lacking in height and dynamics and her block is off, she twists too early onto the board. All pretty much ignored in London. Jordyn’s vault is better, and scored lower.

      • Uglyfatkid Says:

        You’re right, it was a little high to begin with. I never thought of that. It still makes me a little crazy though. Wasn’t it the only element downgraded for this COP? I can’t help but feel as if it was a strategic move to hinder the Americans. I’m all for playing fair, however do it over the whole field. The Russians/Chinese are dominate on bars, Romanians/Chinese on beam, and Romanians on floor. The only other team that was hindered with the changes to the new COP are the Chinese on bars (with the changes to the Nastia style pirouettes). It just seems biased and unfair. And I fully recognize that I am biased towards the USA with all of this! Lol.

  6. exgymgurl Says:

    http://fulltwist.net/video-larisa-iordache-qualifies-top-of-europeans-aa/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+FullTwist+%28Full+Twist%29&utm_content=Google+Reader

    Here are the rest of Larissa’s routines

    • Uglyfatkid Says:

      Thanks for the link!

      So watching the BB video, I don’t know how she got credit (it looks like she did from her score) for the leap/jump sequence with that “no arm swing” connection rule.

      Either they aren’t judging harshly on that, or it really isn’t as big of a deal as we were lead to believe by the NBC circus commentators during SCAM.

      Does anyone have any info on the rule that didn’t come from the circus freaks?

      Also, does anyone have her bar routine? I didn’t see it at the link.

  7. sainabou nyang Says:

    Hall of fame news! F5 and 07 worlds WAG team to be inducted into usag hall of fame during visas this year.

    Also usag celebrating 50 year anniversary at this years visas. 50 years of corruption.

    http://m.usagym.org/pages/post.html?PostID=11913&prog=h

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      HOF, They won last year?

      USA-Gymnastics has their heads up their ass.

      50 years of Visa’s so we can honor Nastia some more because we all know USA-Gymnastics will forget anyone but the “aa winners”

      50 years of corruption. well said

  8. exgymgurl Says:

    Yes its a way to honor Nastia and not Chellsie Memmel or Jana Bieger…. how amazing…..Its another honor for Shayla along with her one skill staying in the COP

    • sanitynmotion Says:

      Is it bad that I’m totally not a fan of Jana Bieger? I never understood why she was that great? Granted I’ve only seen her in like one or two competitions but I thought she was very “thunky” almost like Aly Raisman but with less difficulty. Just not a pretty gymnast by any means. Worse than Chellsie by far and just not really all that dynamic. I dunno. That was my feeling when I saw her.

  9. exgymgurl Says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/gymnastike/tweets gymnastike seems to have a lot of free content / coverage for NCAAs

  10. JAS4 Says:

    I wonder why Aliya doesn’t try to do her Mustafina vault I think the start value for it is like a 6.0 or 6.1 which could get her a few extra tenths than the DTY. It could help her in the AA when competing against AAers with Amanars. If she had her Mustafina vault and if she gets her bars back to Olympic shape (and has decent BB&FX) she would be even more of an AA contender at International competitions than she already is now!

    • sanitynmotion Says:

      Pretty sure she’ll get there with bars – she doesn’t really have to go “all out” at this point in the season and look – even with a watered-down routine she is in the lead spot for bars. I mean, heck her watered-down bars routine is still a few tenths above Kyla’s bars so can’t be too hard on her. Just shows how far behind US is on bars.

      That being said, I’m not sure what’s going on with Aliya’s vault. I bet she has a fear of injuring that knee again, or Russia is playing it safe with her because with Komova injured they can’t really afford Musty going out with a fall. If they can get an amanar out of Afan and Paseka they’ll be in pretty good shape. Plus Musty’s amanar was so fugly – not sure why she doesn’t do her own vault though but I bet she’s not practicing it nearly as much to be in competition shape; and I’m sure her main focus right now is to up her D levels in floor and beam – especially beam. It looks like she’ been working a bit on beam even though she fell twice today. She’s doing some different combos and more upgrades.

      Her bars at full difficulty will literally be unbeatable if she can stay on. It’s so awesome. I mean seriously Nastia’s bars are a joke compared to Aliya’s!

    • Catherine Says:

      It was getting downgraded when she was at her pre-injury peak in 2010, it never came easy to her so she is better off making up tenths elsewhere I think.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        Really? That’s interesting. I mean, had she landed her second (Mustafina) vault better she would have beat Asac for that World gold.

      • Catherine Says:

        Yep it was downgraded to pike in EF, rightfully so, but it did indeed hand Asac the gold. Russia appealed but it was rejected straight away for being outside the time limit.

  11. VTHokie Says:

    I know you don’t like random posters on here – but I gather that you’re from Boston. Stay safe up there!! The whole country is thinking of and praying for Boston. Hopefully this nightmare will be over soon.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      Thank you VTHokie. I am actually very close to what went on last night/early this morning so it is even freakier

  12. Biyatch Says:

    Splitting screens this morning between Euros and CNN.

    Mustafina’s floor is beautiful and still love the double arabian to stag but her form on her 2.5 and 3 twist has gotten even worse. I swear there’s enough room for Komova to vault between her legs. Iordache is like Ponor’s mini-me on floor but with better form.

  13. Biyatch Says:

    Mustafina wins Euros with 59.032, Iordache 2nd. Her bars was watered down. Iordache’s bars were a hot mess.

    For the US so far this year US top scores internationally on foreign soil (aka not at SCAM) Kyla got a 59.3 in Germany (with a 5.3 floor D) and Biles got a 60.4 in Jesolo which is traditionally pretty harsh on execution. Simone could really be a force to be reckoned with if shes able to get a little more consistency and stay healthy.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      Simone, Katelyn and Ebee can all beat that score. Kyla can get a 15 for her vault and beam and over for her bars but her floor will be lucky to get a 13.300.

      The US team can win worlds and be two of the top 3 because no one seems to see Mustafina’s execution. Sorry but Simone looks like she has perfect form compared to the mess that is Musty and I like Musty.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        I have to agree. Musty’s form on her twists is appalling. I wish she’d get downgraded so they’d take them out or make her do something else.

        I actually thought Iordache’s routines were a bit sloppy if I must say – or maybe I am just thinking that because of the heavy arm swings. The movement is distracting. She’s actually more distracting than Ponor about it for me.

        Wish I could have watched Euros. How did Bulimar do?

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Iordache is a huge mess on every event but maybe beam but her scores reflect that. Mustafina’s DTY is tragic

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        I haven’t seen Musty’s vault but that’s too bad. Has it gotten worse?

      • Biyatch Says:

        Musty sticks her DTY but her legs are a mess. She scored .2 higher than Iordache who was much cleaner in the air but messy on the landing.

        Bulimar had a nice double layout, some messy landings, not as much power on her DTY but overall good for her.

      • Catherine Says:

        Mustafina is doing a very watered down bars though, she will be able to add half a point there. I think 6.4-6.5 will be her highest possible on beam, and I doubt they’ll change the DTY for something else. Floor, ugh. Needs to dump the triple stat and the double tuck is odd by itself. If she dumps the triple and then adds whips or a 1.5 to the double tuck that would be awesome. And then takes out the 2.5-punchfront and replaces that with the double layout if she has the energy. 3 passes, some nice spin combinations like Afan and co. are doing..turn that Memmel into a triple which she almost did today and it would be a stunning routine!

        I don’t believe she can win worlds aa without a fall from someone else, her difficulty just won’t cut it. Especially with the likes of Simone and a TTY. She will still be good for aa medals and bars titles though. And of course, a fabulously valuable team player.

    • sainabou nyang Says:

      Gabrielmcdonough on YouTube has some videos up.

      Musty looks a little out of shape or maybe her endurance isn’t there. Watching her huff it down the runway towards the vault was tragic.

      Larissa has definitely gotten sloppy. I haven’t seen her bars yet but from what I hear it was shitty to watch.

      Grishna oh grishna. She was 50/50. I’m not giving up on her yet. The coaches need to put their foot down and tell her mother either she trains at round lake or she’s off the team.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        They think they have the second bomber. Please end this shit already and shoot this fucking idiot in the head. I am done.

        I talked to my Uncle and he says in his state they are reporting they lost him.

        SHOOT TO KILL.

  14. Case Says:

    Be safe out there in Boston GTT. We’re thinking of you.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      Thanks Case:)

    • sanitynmotion Says:

      Yeah it sounds crazy out there – I read that one of the suspects was killed? I’m behind on the news. Just got up half an hour ago.

    • terrigymfan Says:

      Yes GTT. So glad to see you posting on here this morning. I shudder to think but that guy who is still at large might be in someone’s house holding some hostage right now. I pray that is not the case.

      • tulip Says:

        Agreed. Are you on lockdown right now? Please take good care. It’s very scary watching this near military precision of going door to door. I’ll be,thinking of you and your fellow Bostonians.

    • Case Says:

      So glad they got him GTT. I hope you can rest a little easier tonight.

  15. tulip Says:

    Apparently Musty won AA followed by Iordache and Grishina.

  16. brouhaha Says:

    Long time lurker, first time poster.

    Glad you’re OK GTT!

    Also, can someone please explain to me the Iordache love? I like her fine, her beam is lovely, but I just really don’t understand all the hype.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      I agree with you 100%. She’s Romanian and they are so desperate for a new star they invented one.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        Honestly IordAche makes Me Miss Porgras More.

      • Brouhaha Says:

        Progras 😦

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I love how Porgras just said fuck it and quit. She looks happy running around as a blond as long as she is happy, good for her.

      • exgymgurl Says:

        I am of the opinion that Porgras and Raluca Haidu had the same issues when Belu / Bitang came back. Kind of like how Racea was just pushed aside and everyone was told she couldnt hit anymore…. Something happend when they came back… Porgras left and Racea and Haidu were shoved out. Haidu had the highest Romanian bar score from 2011 on and she could have gotten them a few more tenths at the olympics. And shes left off the team. They didnt need her anywhere else, and they didnt need Chelaru at all…. it makes no sense, unless its all about favorites and head games.

  17. exgymgurl Says:

    My gymdogs made the super 6 for the first time in four years…. Im so happy 😉 Florida looks good and Bridget Sloan leads AA after the first group

  18. exgymgurl Says:

    I know Iordache was higher on bars, but Izbasa, Bulimar Chelaru and then Ponor doesnt even do bars…. they could have gotten a few more tenths…. They just didnt like the way she screwed up AA at 2011 worlds but in my opinion it was a setup. They usually like both Romanian athletes in the same rotation and usually get it because they are all coached the same. Haidu and Porgras were separated in 2011 and in different rotations in the AA final. They learned too much from Bella and Marta…

    I am so glad Mustafina cleaned up at Euros….And for Grishna getting the bronze….

  19. H Says:

    I do not understand the bars score anymore … at least some of those in high 13. like Bulimar. What have changed in the code?
    Anyone know what Bulimars bar D-score was in the all around – European Championships?

  20. exgymgurl Says:

    gymnasticresults.com usually has all of the feeds

  21. Uglyfatkid Says:

    What’s with Musty’s 45 min arm waving before her dismount??? It doesn’t even look SLIGHTLY convincing as real coreo. It looks like she’s using it to catch her breath. She seems a little out of shape to me watching all the routines. And please get rid of that stupid double back!!!

  22. Gymbee Says:

    Ughh Paseka screws up both vaults. Sits her Amanar.

  23. H Says:

    Finaly a medal to Scandinavia in women gymnastics. I believe that is the first one.

    • Gymbee Says:

      Sweden last got a medal 50 years ago in 1953! The Scandis were good like, 100 years ago, and got some Olympic medals back then.

      • Gymbee Says:

        Uhm, bad at maths. That was 1963 :-p

      • H Says:

        yes, maybe a new era is starting sooon:-)

      • Gymbee Says:

        Let’s hope! I am so happy to see more nations fighting for podium than just Russia and Romania, with the occassional German/French/Italian thrown in.
        Loved seeing two brits on podium for pommels!

      • mimi Says:

        add GB/UK to that list too!

  24. natty Says:

    larisa’s beam is awful, ugly, sloppy…yuk! where is the beauty any more on beam?

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