Results: WAG Junior European AA & EF Qualification Results 2014


Great advances were made from the smaller gymnastics nations in qualifying for the All Around competition. While the competition was largely dominated by the bigger and better funded gymnastics nations, there were some very pleasant surprises including 3 Belgian gymnasts ranking in the top 15 and 3 Swiss gymnasts in the top 25. There was good news too for money – struggling Ukraine, who this time last week were nearly not attending the European Championships, Yana Horokhova bagged herself a place in the final. Lastly, the biggest surprise to us, is history – making Casey Bell from Ireland, who took the final slot in the All Around final, the first Irish Junior WAG to ever do so.

All Around Qualifiers

  1. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 56.699
  2. Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 56.332
  3. Laura Jurca (ROU) 55.461
  4. Ellie Downie (GBR) 54.941
  5. Catherine Lyons (GBR) 54.932
  6. Tabea Alt (GER) 54.866
  7. Loan His (FRA) 54.499
  8. Andreea Iridon (ROU) 53.965
  9. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 53.731
  10. Sofia Busato (ITA) 53.206
  11. Pilar Rubagotti (ITA) 53.098
  12. Rune Hermans (BEL) 52.966
  13. Maike Enderle (GER) 52.699
  14. Giada Grisetti (SUI) 51.974
  15. Anja Schwarz (SUI) 51.331
  16. Wendy De Jong (NED) 51.299
  17. Marine Clemence Boyer (FRA) 51.198
  18. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 51.166
  19. Ellen Haavisto (SWE) 50.965
  20. Boglarka Devai (HUN) 50.265
  21. Emmy Haavisto (SWE) 49.998
  22. Veronika Cenkova (CZE) 49.998
  23. Yana Horokhova (UKR) 49.966
  24. Casey Bell (IRL) 49.565

Full results can be seen here.  The All Around final takes place on Friday – see the times and schedule here.


Event Final Qualifiers

Once again the bigger gymnastics nations dominated the event finals qualification spots, especially Great Britain who qualified nearly 2 gymnasts to all apparatus finals, and had all 4  of their gymnasts rank within the top 10 on Floor as well as 3 rank within the top 10 on Vault.  We’re itching to see footage of Belgian gymnast Axelle Klinckaert who made it to the Beam and Floor finals.

Bars (see results here)

  1. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 14.633
  2. Daria Skrypnik (RUS) 14.233
  3. Maike Enderle (GER) 14.200
  4. Tabea Alt (GER) 14.166
  5. Loan His (FRA) 14.033
  6. Anja Schwarz (SUI) 13.966
  7. Ellie Downie (GBR) 13.600
  8. Giada Grisetti (SUI) 13.508

Beam (see results here)

  1. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 14.400
  2. Anda Butuc (ROU) 14.066
  3. Andreea Iridon (ROU) 13.933
  4. Catherine Lyons (GBR) 13.700
  5. Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 13.566
  6. Teal Grindle (GBR) 13.500
  7. Tabea Alt (GER) 13.500
  8. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 13.266

Floor (see results here)

  1. Andreea Iridon (ROU) 13.966
  2. Laura Jurca (ROU) 13.933
  3. Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 13.900
  4. Catherine Lyons (GBR) 13.800
  5. Amy Tinkler (GBR) 13.733
  6. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 13.633
  7. Chiara Imeraj (ITA) 13.600
  8. Anastasia Dmitrieva (RUS) 13.566

Vault (see results here)

  1. Ellie Downie (GBR) 14.516
  2. Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 14.433
  3. Laura Jurca (ROU) 14.333
  4. Amy Tinkler (GBR) 14.283
  5. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 14.133
  6. Sofia Busato (ITA) 14.016
  7. Desiree Carofiglio (ITA) 13.883
  8. Isa Maassen (NED) 13.866


One Comment

  1. xexeo says:

    FLOOR – Gold medal for Romania, which will be divided between or Larissa Iordache and Diana Bulimar. The newcomer Claudia Fragapane can surprise, and also Giulia Steingruber and Vanessa Ferrari. Marta Pihan-Kulecza here can exorcise the oldest European fasting history – from 1961, when Natalia Kot won bronze in the beam that a compatriot of John Paul II does not climb on the podium. Alla Sosnitskaya and Roxana Popa close the start list.
    BEAM – Meeting of giants – but the favorite, Larissa Iordache should take the gold. Aliya Mustafina, Giulia Steingruber, Vanessa Ferrari, Marta Pihan-Kulecza and Rebecca Downie and newcomers Maria Kharenkova and Claire Martin can be on the podium with equal chances.
    BARS – gave Jonna Adlerteg not match the result of last year – was two hundred hundredths of getting a place. In contrast, the champion Aliya Mustafina found an opposing weight – Rebecca Downie. On the outside, run Rebecca Tunney, Daria Spiridonova, Kim Bui (who tries a podium after three years), Sophie Scheder, Larissa Iordache and Roxana Popa close the start list.
    VAULT – Favoritíssima for the gold medal, Giulia Steingruber have as adversaries Janine Berger (gold in Cottbus and whose podium will deleting a lousy 2013), Anna Pavlova who tries his first podium for Azerbaijan – Claudia Fragapane, Alla Sosnitskaya, Noemi Makra, Larissa Iordache (which was bronze) and Kim Bui close the start list.

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