Dutch Invitational 2013

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This new competition for the 2013 – 2014 calendar is hosted by the Dutch Gymnastics Federation, taking place in Alphen aan den Rijn from August 31st – September 1st. The nations competing will be using this competition as a decider for their Worlds 2013 selection.

 

Schedule

Thursday 29th August

  • Podium Training

Friday 30th August

  • Podium Training

Saturday 31st August 

  • Competition (afternoon)

Sunday 1st September

  • Competition (afternoon)

 

Participants

Great Britain

Hannah Whelan, Rebecca Tunney, Ruby Harrold, Becky Downie, Kelly SimmRaer Theaker

Netherlands

Wyomi Masela, Chantysha Netteb, Sanne Weavers, Julia Bombach, Daphne Slingerland, Vera van Pol, Noel van Klaveren

Germany

Cagla Akyol, Elisabeth Seitz, Sophie Scheder, Lisa Hill, Janine Berger, Josie Bauer, Annabelle Hoelzer, Pauline Schafer

Belgium

Lisa Verschueren & Laura Waem

Finland

Rosanna Ojala & Roosa Rantanen

Austria

Elisa Hammerle, Lisa Ecker, Jasmin Mader,

Sweden

Ida Gustafsson & Joanna Adlerteg

Romania

Sandra Izbasa & Diana Bulimar

 

We do not know yet of any live streaming.

 

One Comment

  1. jonil says:

    BULIMAR IS THE QUEEN OF Interland; BRITISH SQUARES DELETE ANADIA
    Diana Bulimar won two gold medals (beam and floor) and a bronze in bars. Jump in without Izbasa, silver home made ​​double with Chantysha Netteb with gold and with silver Masela Wyoming. Kelly Simm took the bronze. Bars, double English – Ruby Harrold with gold and with silver Rebecca Downie. Beam, silver and bronze for Downie to Sanne Wevers. Floor, silver and bronze for Sandra Izbasa Rebecca Tunney.
    CONCLUSIONS ALPHEN AAN DEN RIJN
    When Octavian Bellu after Moscow announced that “change will come,” was not kidding – Bulimar yes, can suborn opponents with, without or despite Iordache. Since it is already the favorite to win the Romanian national coming week. Izbasa got the silver and can do well at home and say goodbye in Antwerp.
    Ruby Harrold and Rebecca Tunney are pointers Team Earth Queen. Tunney after retirement Beth Twiddle, can make a difference in the World.
    Chantysha Netteb overshadowed the current darling of Team Orange, Noel Van Klaveren. But make a difference in October?
    German team missing in action. Janine Berger and Elizabeth Seitz heel on the ground, taking fourth, were the best placed. Better luck in October.

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