The first edition of the Anadia World Cup will take place this weekend in Portugal, June 21st – 23rd. A whole host of well known names from Russia, China, Great Britain and Romania (to name a few) will compete in this Apparatus only competition.
Centro de Alto Rendimento de Anadia – Velódromo Nacional
Rua Ivo Neves, nº 405 – Sangalhos
- 2 per country rule applies in the event finals
- Portugal are eligible to use their wild card, in order to guarantee their participation of their gymnasts in the Finals
- The top 8 from qualification will proceed through to Event finals on Sunday
- In Event Finals there are no tie breakers
Times are as per Portugal
Friday 21st June
- 10am – 11.15pm Subdivision 1 Qualification (MAG FX, PH, R & WAG V, UB)
- 12pm – 1.15pm Subdivision 2 Qualification(MAG FX, PH, R & WAG V, UB)
- 3.30pm – 4.45pm Subdivision 1 Qualification (MAG VT, PB, HB & WAG FX, BB)
- 5.30pm – 6.45pm Subdivision 2 Qualification (MAG VT, PB, HB & WAG FX, BB)
- 3pm – 3.45pm MAG FX & WAG VT
- 3.55pm – 4.40pm MAG PH & WAG UB
- 4.40pm – 5.15pm MAG SR
- 3pm – 3.45pm MAG VT & WAG BB
- 3.55pm – 4.40pm MAG PB & WAG FX
- 4.40pm – 5.15pm MAG HB
The below is according to the nominative roster – some may have withdraw, unknown to Full Twist.
Well known names such as Lisa Verschueren (BEL), Gaelle Mys (BEL), Jade Barbosa (BRA), Adrian Nunes Gomes (BRA), Briannah Tsang (CAN), Victoria Kayen Woo (CAN), Stefanie Merkle (CAN), Shang Chunsong (CHN), Zeng Siqi (CHN), Hannah Whelan (GBR), Rebecca Tunney (GBR), Janine Berger (GER), Kim Bui (GER), Lisa Katharina Hill (GER), Angel Wong (HKG), Ana Filipa Martins (POR), Larisa Iordache (ROM), Diana Bulimar (ROM), Anna Rodionova (RUS), Anastasia Grishina (RUS), Ekaterina Baturina (RUS), Heem Wei Lim (SIN), Ilaria Kaslin (SUI), Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) and Jessica Lopez (VEN).
The MAG line up boasts names such as Federico Molinari (ARG), Diego Hypolito (BRA), Arthur Nabarrete Zanetti (BRA), Brandon O’Neill (CAN), Scott Morgan (CAN), Nathan Gafuik (CAN), Tomas Gonzalez Sepulveda (CHI), Tomislav Markovic (CRO), Reiss Beckford (GBR), Theo Seager (GBR), Max Whitlock (GBR), Matthias Fahrig (GER), Vid Hidvegi (HUN), Alexander Shatilov (ISR), Dmitrijs Trefilovs (LAT), Tommy Ramos (PUR), Daniel Berbecar (ROM), Igor Pakhomenko (RUS), Rok Klavora (SLO), Sam Mikulak (USA), Brandon Wynn (USA) and Eddie Penev (USA).
Television Coverage & Live Streaming
According to members of the International Gymnast forum the competition will be broadcast live on Portuguese television, Portuguese Sport TV
- Saturday 22nd June – 2.40pm (portuguese time)
- Sunday 23rd June 2.55pm (portuguese time)