Moscow World Cup 2011 Coverage & Schedule

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The Moscow World Cup takes place this weekend, May 13th – 14th. View the list of gymnasts competing here and starting lists here which have changed due to the fact that theĀ Romanian WAG gymnasts have withdrawn from competition. Both the MAG and WAG participants lists have diminished since the original nominative entries. Tatiana Nabieva will not compete and there are a few empty spaces on the Vault and Floor drawing lots for WAG.

You might like to note the time difference compared to your country. Moscow is 3 hours ahead of London and Dublin, New York is 8 hours behind, San Diego is 11 hours behind and Melbourne is 6 hours ahead. I hope that’s correct, leave a comment below if there are errors.

The schedule is as follows:

Wednesday May 11th

Arrival Of Delegations

 

Thursday May 12th

MAG & WAG Podium Training

 

Friday May 13th – Qualification

14.00: Opening Ceremony

14.05 – 14.55: MAG Floor, WAG Vault

14.55 – 15.45: MAG Pommel Horse & Rings, WAG Uneven Bars

16.15 – 17.05: MAG Vault & Parallel Bars, WAG Beam

17.05 – 17.55: MAG Horizontal Bar, WAG Floor

 

Saturday May 14th – Apparatus Finals

13.00 – 13.20: MAG Floor

13.20 – 14.00: MAG Pommel Horse & WAG Vault

14.00 – 14.10: Ceremony for MAG Floor

14.10 – 14.50: MAG Rings & WAG Uneven Bars

14.50 – 15.00: Ceremony for MAG Pommel Horse & WAG Vault

15.30 – 16.00: MAG Vault

16.00 – 16.40: MAG Parallel Bars & WAG Balance Beam

16.40 – 16.50: Ceremony for MAG Rings & WAG Uneven Bars

16.50 – 17.30: MAG Horizontal Bar & WAG Floor

17.30 – 18.00: Ceremony for MAG Vault, Parallel Bars & Horiztonal Bar & WAG Floor & Balance Beam

18.00: Closing Ceremony

 

Full Twist will post links to coverage and possible live streaming when they become apparent. If any bloggers will be present at the competition, please leave a comment below so that we can link to your website. Keep an eye on the Russian Gymnastics Federation website for more information. The FIG has posted the following:

 

The event, televised by public channel and host broadcaster RTR, is sponsored by FIG partner VTB and hosted by the Russian Gymnastics Federation in cooperation with the City of Moscow and the Ministry of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy of Russia. It will crown the winners of the 2011 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series on each apparatus after the Finals on Saturday.

3 Comments

  1. Double Front says:

    I hope you have been watching live coverage of the Moscow World Cup.
    There are still five event finals left. Watch live here:
    http://www.canaistv.com.br/assistir-SporTV-ao-vivo

    (Right click on video and select Toggle Fullscreen)

  2. Admin says:

    I wasn’t watching Kristal, I have 6 hours of coaching on a Saturday so missed it all!

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