The Anadia World Challenge Cup takes place from May 29th – June 1st in Portugal.
This is an Individual Apparatus competition, limited to 2 gymnast per country per apparatus. Qualification begins on May 29th, the top 8 gymnasts on each apparatus will go through to the event finals on June 1st.
The competition is open to Senior MAG and WAG. It’s a quiet event this year, with a lot of European names not competing following the European Championships.
Notable WAG competing (according to the nominative list) include Jessica Lopez (VEN), Elisa Haemmerle (AUT), Ana Sofia Gomez (GUA), Dorina Boczogo (HUN), Noemi Makra (HUN), Ana Filipa Martins (POR), Teja Belak (SLO) and Oksana Chusovitina (UZB). Notable MAG competing include Federico Molinari (ARG), Nicolas Cordoba (ARG),Diego Hypolito (BRA), Artur Nabarrete Zanetti (BRA), Zhang Chenglong (CHN), Oskar Kirmes (FIN), Tomi Tuuha (FIN), Kevin Antoniotti (FRA), Matthias Fahrig (GER), Vid Hidvegi (HUN), Sergio Ramos (PUR), Saso Bertoncelj (SLO), Rok Klavora (SLO), Sam Mikulak (USA), Alex Naddour (USA) and Eddie Penev (USA).
Given the date of this nominative list is April 30th, prior to Europeans, we expect that it may have somewhat changed.
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