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European Prelims

April 6, 2011

Here are all of the results from prelims, thanks to International Gymnast Magazine. I think how I organized them was pretty self explanatory, but gymnasts in italics without a number next to their name are not qualified due to two per country and gymnasts with an R next to their name instead of a number are reserves.

All Around

Gymnast Vault Bars Beam Floor Total
1 Aliya Mustafina 14.725 15.6 14.9 14.525 59.75
2 Anna Dementyeva 13.6 14.45 14.825 14.025 56.9
3 Diana Chelaru 14.4 13.65 13.9 14.4 56.35
4 Elisabeth Seitz 14.675 14.475 13.05 13.65 55.85
5 Julie Croket 13.925 13.5 14.25 13.95 55.625

Yulia Belokobylskaya 13.7 13.5 14.075 14.275 55.55
6 Carlotta Ferlito 13.5 13.225 14.8 13.85 55.375
7 Vanessa Ferrari 13.9 13.9 13.95 13.475 55.225
8 Ariella Käslin 14.775 13.65 14.3 12.475 55.2
9 Giulia Steingruber 15.175 13.3 12.825 13.575 54.875
10 Celine van Gerner 13.525 13.925 13.625 13.6 54.675
11 Hannah Whelan 13.6 13.8 14.225 12.775 54.4
12 Aagje Vanwalleghem 13.9 14.35 12.425 13.5 54.175
13 Vasiliki Millousi 12.85 13.775 14.325 12.975 53.925
14 Marta Pihan-Kulesza 13.525 13.4 14.2 12.575 53.7

Chiara Gandolfi 13.475 13.65 13.225 13.025 53.375
15 Danusia Francis 13.525 12.95 13.9 12.875 53.25
16 Jonna Adlerteg 13.375 13.5 13.225 13.075 53.175

Elisabetta Preziosa 13.3 11.625 14.375 13.525 52.825
17 Marine Brevet 13.575 12.975 13.525 12.65 52.725

Jennifer Pinches 13.4 13.275 13.225 12.8 52.7
18 Veronica Wagner 13.575 12.875 13.375 12.85 52.675
19 Dorina Boczogo 13.525 13.275 13.325 12.425 52.55
20 Jana Sikulova 13.575 13.375 12.65 12.875 52.475
21 Stefani Bisbikou 13.425 13 12.675 13.125 52.225
22 Amelia Racea 14.525 12.675 13.875 10.925 52
23 Yvette Moshage 13.625 13.325 11.6 13.375 51.925
24 Valeria Maksyuta 13.875 11.7 12.925 13.2 51.7
R Gabriela Janik 13.7 13.125 13.025 11.825 51.675
R Nadine Jarosch 14.025 11.625 12.25 13.7 51.6
R Tunde Csillag 13.6 11.925 12.2 13.775 51.5

Vault

Name/Country Average Vault 1 Vault 2
1 Giulia Steingruber SUI 14.525 15.175 13.875
2 Sandra Izbasa ROU 14.525 14.525 14.525
3 Aliya Mustafina RUS 14.487 14.725 14.25
4 Ariella Kaeslin SUI 14.2 14.775 13.625
5 Oksana Chusovitina GER 14.2 14.15 14.25
6 Tatiana Nabieva RUS 14.187 14.5 13.875
7 Elisabeth Seitz GER 14.175 14.675 13.675
8 Amelia Racea ROU 13.937 14.525 13.35
R Julie Croket BEL 13.912 13.925 13.9
R Anastasia Marachkovskaya BLR 13.787 14.225 13.35

Diana Chelaru ROU 13.75 14.4 13.1
R Claudia Menendez ESP 13.612 14.3 12.925

Bars

Name/Country Total Difficulty Execution
1 Aliya Mustafina RUS 15.6 6.8 8.8
2 Beth Tweddle GBR 15.55 7.1 8.45
3 Tatiana Nabieva RUS 15.375 6.5 8.875
4 Elisabeth Seitz GER 14.475 6.6 7.875

Anna Dementyeva RUS 14.45 5.9 8.55
5 Kim Bui GER 14.45 6.1 8.35
6 Aagje Vanwalleghem BEL 14.35 6.2 8.15
7 Celine van Gerner NED 13.925 5.8 8.125
8 Vanessa Ferrari ITA 13.9 5.8 8.1
R Hannah Whelan GBR 13.8 5.7 8.1
R Vasiliki Millousi GRE 13.775 5.4 8.375
R Chiara Gandolfi ITA 13.65 5.4 8.25

Beam

Name/Country Total Difficulty Execution
1 Aliya Mustafina RUS 14.9 6.2 8.7
2 Anna Dementyeva RUS 14.825 6.3 8.525
3 Carlotta Ferlito ITA 14.8 6.1 8.7
4 Elisabetta Preziosa ITA 14.375 5.8 8.575
5 Vasiliki Millousi GRE 14.325 6 8.325
6 Ariella Käslin SUI 14.3 6 8.3
7 Julie Croket BEL 14.25 5.9 8.35
8 Hannah Whelan GBR 14.225 5.9 8.325
R Marta Pihan-Kulesza POL 14.2 6.1 8.1
R Yana Demyanchuk UKR 14.175 5.9 8.275
R Sandra Izbasa ROU 14.1 5.5 8.6

Floor

 

Name Total Difficulty Execution Neutral
1 Sandra Izbasa 14.6 5.8 8.8
2 Aliya Mustafina 14.525 5.8 8.725
3 Diana Chelaru 14.4 5.9 8.5
4 Yulia Belokobylskaya 14.275 5.9 8.375

Anna Dementyeva 14.025 5.7 8.325
5 Julie Croket 13.95 5.6 8.35
6 Carlotta Ferlito 13.85 5.5 8.35
7 Beth Tweddle 13.85 5.7 8.25 0.1
8 Tunde Csillag 13.775 5.5 8.275
R Nadine Jarosch 13.7 5.5 8.2
R Elisabeth Seitz 13.65 5.5 8.15
R Celine van Gerner 13.6 5.4 8.4 0.2

Ana Porgras and Tatiana Nabieva did not compete all around. The biggest shock to me is that none of the Romanians made beam finals. The last time that happened was 2002, but they only sent one gymnast. I do like that there were not very many gymnasts left out of finals due to the two per country rule, although it did happen to poor Anna Dementyeva twice. Aliya Mustafina certainly did her job today, qualifying first in the all around by 3 points and in the top 3 to every event final. And really, I think she was lucky to qualify 3rd on vault because she will be up last in finals and will probably know if she needs an Amanar to win. I’m super impressed with Sandra Izbasa’s performance, where she finished tied for first on vault and first on floor. Porgras and Racea were a bit disappointing, with Porgras not in any finals and Racea not qualifying for beam and finishing only 22nd all around. At least she has a chance to improve her all around standing, because she can probably beat Chelaru, who was third. Gold and silver look like they are going to the Russians if they hit their routines, but there are many contenders for bronze. Elisabeth Seitz had a pretty good day, with 4th all around and two event finals. She isn’t top three anywhere, but two fourth places show that she is capable of getting on the podium, especially with mistakes from other gymnasts. Steingruber’s 1st place on vault is impressive and surprising. Crocket’s scores were also a pleasant surprise. Tweddle managed to hit an upgraded bars set, and did well enough on floor to make finals. Defending her title may be a stretch, though. On a sad note, the Ukrainians competed like they typically do today and failed to make any finals. Fomenko received a 4.725 execution score on beam. Ouch.

Check out Gymnastics Examiner, the DTB Live Ticker and International Gymnast’s Facebook for quick hits from the meet. I will link the results to videos as they become available. Additionally, here are some videos from gymnasts who did not qualify to finals (or only made another event final).

Ana Porgras- BB
Carlotta Ferlito- VT2
Oksana Chusovitina- BB
Marine Petit- FX
Linda Stämpfli- VT, UB, BB, FX
Jessica Diacci- VT, UB, BB, FX
Kristyna Palesova- UB, FX

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