Anadia World Cup 2014


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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Phot source: Unkmown


  1. xexeo says:

    Without big stars like in 2013, the edition of the World Cup will be like Anadia in Doha – who less mistakes wins. In the vault, surprising Monica Castro of Chile, leaving the favorite Teja Belak second. Third, the silver of the house, Ana Filipa Martins, whose best result last year was a sixth in the beam. Close the start list Franchesca Santi, Elisa Haemmerle, Tijana Tkalcec, Jasmin Mader and Tjasa Kesselef.
    No major opponent, Jessica Lopez can take gold in bars. Ana Filipa Martins and Elisa can Haemmele surprising. Close the start list Elena Rega, Monica Castro, Sabiene Gosa, Asal Saparbaeva and Mahmoud Farah.

  2. xexeo says:

    Ana Filipa Martins comes out ahead in the beam, seconded by Elena and Jessica Lopez Rega. Elisa Haemmerle and Teja Belak can surprise. Asal Saparbaeva, Diana Abrantes, Boglarka Toth and Monica Castro close the start list.
    FLOOR – Here again Ana Filipa Martins takes the lead, with Asal Saparbaeva and Elisa Haemmerle. Jasmin Mader, Zoi Lima, Elena Rega Sabiene Gosa and Barbara Achondo close competition.

  3. xexeo says:

    The first place in the standings to Monica Castro was a scare for the favorite Teja Belak hitherto crowning a 2014 unforgettable for Slovenian gymnastics – just missed a medal at the European. Elisa Haemmerle proof that only goes up on the podium by the lack of competition and Ana Filipa Martins has a twisted side.

  4. xexeo says:

    Last year, Jessica Lopez tried bi in bars, which she won gold in 2010 in the same apparatus, but a fall in the middle of the routine delayed his dream. Now, if sacred bichampion Anadia. Ana Filipa Martins took silver and bronze Elisa Haemmerle divides Saparbaeva with Asal, an unprecedented medal for Uzbekistan.

  5. xexeo says:

    Nothing like an issue after another. Jessica Lopez won his second medal on beam, crowning the Queen of Anadia – she who last year dropped bars. Teja Belak proves that it is “the” gymnast from Slovenia, only now missing an unprecedented medal at the China World. Diana Abrantes close the podium.
    Ana Filipa Martins wins the gold on floor, silver on bars and bronze on vault, becoming the second best gymnast Anadia. Jasmin Mader gets the silver and the bronze Elena Rega.
    Excursus ANADIA
    Jessica Lopez exorcised the last year’s edition, but not see the podium this year. Teja Belak, consistent as always, with a bright 2014. Ana Filipa Martins wins at home, but at home is one thing, in competitions outside is totally different. Austrian team well below the new star Jessica Stabinger. The other teams like Uzbekistan, unpublished medals won by a lack of competition.

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