Worlds Nominative List Released

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The FIG released the nominative list of athletes submitted by each nation to attend the World Championships in Nanning this October.

While mostly an accurate glance at those set to attend, not all teams have been officially named and won’t be until the culmination of national team selection camps. All teams marked with an asterisk have not yet held their final selection camps and will not be decided until the next week or two.

Argentina

Ayelen Tarabini
Alien Valente
Merlina Galera
Paloma Guerrero
Camila Klesa

Australia*

Olivia Vivian
Georgia Godwin
Georgia Rose Brown
Mary-Anne Monckton
Larrissa Miller
Lauren Mitchell
Kiara Munteanu

Austria

Elisa Haemmerle
Jasmin Mader
Lisa Ecker
Jessica Stabinger
Simone Penker
Olivia Jochum
Hanna Grosch

Azerbaijan

Mariia Smirnova
Marina Nekrasova
Yuliya Inshina
Anna Pavlova

Belgium

Laura Waem
Gaelle Mys
Lisa Verschueren
Julie Croket
Eline Vandersteen
Lin Versonnen
Dorien Motten

Belarus

Anastasiya Yekimenka
Anastasiya Miklashevich

Brazil

Julie Kim Sinmon
Mariana De Oliveira
Daniele Hypolito
Leticia Costa
Isabelle Cruz
Maria Cecilia Cruz
Mariana Valentin

Bulgaria

Ralitsa Mileva
Albena Zlatkova

Canada

Ellie Black
Aleeza Yu
Isabela Onyshko
maegan Chant
Kirsten Peterman
Victoria-Kayen Woo
Jordyn Pedersen

Chile

Barbara Achondo Andino
Martina Castro Lazo
Simona Castro Lazo
Macarena Pinto Adasme
Franchesca Santi Munos
Camila Vilches Arancibia

China

Yao Jinnan
Shang Chunsong
Tan Jiaxin
Chen Siyi
Bai Yawen
Huang Huidan
Xie Yufen

Colombia

Bibiana Velez
Dayana Ardila
Luisa Leal
Catalina Escobar
Melba Avendano
Rudy Sandoval

Czech Republic

Tereza Ochynska
Petra Fialova
Anna Maria Kenyal
Kristyna Palesova
Veronika Drapalova

Denmark

Sarah Sanaya Hauge El Dabegh
Michelle Lauritsen
Mette Hulgaard

Dominican Republic

Yamilet Pena Abreu

Egypt

Fadwa Mohamed Mahmoud
Miriam Fouad Elhajj
Rowan Hazem Wageeh
Nancy Mohamed Taman
Rana Elbialy
Malak Hazem Zaghloul

Finland

Anna Erika Pakkala
Annika Urvikko

France

Marine Brevet
Clara Chambellant
Manon Cormoreche
Youna Dufournet
Maelys Plessis
Claire Martin
Laura Longueville

Great Britain*

Claudia Fragapane
Ruby Harrold
Kelly Simm
Hannah Whelan
Gabrielle Jupp
Rebecca Downie
Charlie Fellows

Georgia

Nato Dzidziguri

Germany

Cagla Akyol
Lisa Katharina Hill
Sophie Scheder
Kim Bui
Pauline Schaefer
Elisabeth Seitz
Leah Griesser

Greece

Ioanna Xoulogi
Maria Magdalini Trichopoulou
Evangelia Plyta
Maria Simou
Argyro Afrati
Vasiliki Millousi
Myropi Christofilaki

Guatemala

Ana Sofia Gomez Porras

Hong Kong

Hiu Ying Angel Wong
Nim Yan Choi

Hungary

Dorina Boczogo
Eniko Horvath
Tunde Csillag
Luca Diveky
Noemi Makra
Eszter Romhanyi
Dalia Al-Salty

India

Aruna Budda Reddy
Dipa Karmakar
Pranati Nayak
Pranati Das
Payel Bhattacharjee
Rucha Sachin Divekar

Ireland

Sarah Leanne Beck
Emma Louise Lunn
Ciara Ruth Roberts
Ellis Jacqueline O’reilly
Nicole Mawhinney
Denise Ann Moloney

Iceland

Norma Doegg Robertsdottir
Freyja Hunfjord Josepsdottir
Thelma Hermannsdottir

Italy*

Erika Fasana
Vanessa Ferrari
Elisa meneghini
Lavinia Marongiu
Martina Rizzelli
Giorgia Campana
Lara Mori

Japan

Natsumi Sasada
Asuka Teramoto
Wakana Inoue
Mai Murakami
Yuna Hiraiwa
Yu Minobe
Azumi Ishikura

Kazakhstan

Zhanerke Duisek
Aida Bauyrzhanova
Anna Geidt

South Korea

Jisoo Park
Narae Yun
Dayeon Eum
Hyebeen Lee
Chaeyeon Kim
Heeyeon Jeong
Juran Kim

Latvia

Sabine Gosa
Valerija Grisane

Lithuania

Vaida Zitineviciute

Malaysia

Farah Ann Abdul Hadi
Yuen Tan Ing

Mexico

Elsa Garcia
Karla Amaranta Torres
Alexa Moreno
Ahtziri Sandoval
Ana Lago
Karla Retiz

Netherlands*

Celine van Gerner
Lisa Top
Sanne Wevers
Vera van Pol
Shirley van Deene
Lieke Wevers
Maartje Rikes

Norway

Katarina Nilsen Ronbeck
Sofie Braaten

New Zealand

Anna Tempero
Brittany Robertson
Samara Maxwell
Charlotte Sullivan
Mackenzie Slee
Courtney McGregor

Panama

Isabella Amado
Valentina Brostella

Peru

Britt Reusche
Nicole Hein
Ariana Orrego
Andrea Camino
Mariana Chiarella
Sandra Collantes

Poland

Marta Pihan-Kulesza
Paula Plichta
Gabriela Weronika Janik
Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska
Alma Kuc
Claudia Chmielowska

Portugal

Zoi Mafalda Marques de Lima
Ana Martins

North Korea

Un Hyang Kim
Hong Un Jong
Kang Yong Mi
Ri Un Ha
Jong Un Gyong
Kim So Yong

Qatar

Shaden Wohdan
Farah Mahmoud

Romania

Stefania Stanila
Ana Ocolisan
Larisa Iordache
Andreea Munteanu
Paula Tudorache
Ioana Nicoara
Silvia Zarzu

South Africa

Angela Maguire
Tylah Lotter
Bianca Mann
Claudia Cummins

Russia

Aliya Mustafina
Maria Kharenkova
Alla Sosnitskaya
Ekaterina Kramarenko
Maria Paseka
Daria Spiridonova
Ksenia Afanasyeva

Singapore

Janessa Dai
Qiyan Zeng

Serbia

Tamara Mrdjenovic

Switzerland

Giulia Steingruber
Ilaria Kaeslin
Laura Schulte
Caterina Barloggio
Nicole Hitz
Stefanie Siegenthaler
Jessica Diacci

Slovakia

Barbora Mokosova

Spain

Claudia Colom
Ainhoa Carmona
Ana Perez
Maria Paula Vargas
Roxana Popa Nedelcu
Cintia Rodriguez
Marta Costa

Sweden

Jonna Adlerteg
Emma Larsson
Kim Singmuang
Nicole Vanstroem
Stina Lovisa Estberg
Veronica Wagner
Ece Ayan

Taipei

Lin Tseng-Ning
Lo Yu Ju
Wu Jhih-Han
Chen Feng Chih

Turkey

Kamile Ahsen Goktekin
Demet Mutlu

Ukraine

Krystyna Sankova
Angelina Kysla
Oleysa Sazonova
Anastasiya Ilnytska
Yana Fedorova
Iryna Romanchuk

United States*

Madison Kocian
Alyssa Baumann
Kyla Ross
Mykayla Skinner
Simone Biles
Ashton Locklear
Madison Desch

Uzbekistan

Elena Rega
Asal Saparbaeva
Anastasiya Bekova
Dilnoza Abdusalimova
Oksana Chusovitina
Khilola Doniyorova

Venezuela

Katriel de los Angeles
Jessica Lopez
Paola Marquez
Maciel Pena
Ivet Rojas
Cindy Ruiz

Vietnam

Do Thi van Anh
Phan Thi Ha Thanh

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30 thoughts on “Worlds Nominative List Released

  1. Super interesting. I’m curious to see how the USA list stands after Camp. I think Maddie Desch is great for meets like PanAms and Jesolo but I can’t imagine her even being an alternate to Worlds.

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    • Isn’t the issue what they need the alternate to be capable of, though? Assuming the first 6 would be the main team, you have Desch, Dowell, Hano, Hundley, Hults, and Toronjo as alternate options. I can’t see them taking Macy or Nica (especially as they’d need to take another NT spot), Hano is unlikely as well (if they hadn’t needed her for Pan Ams, she wouldn’t have the NT spot).

      That leaves Desch, Dowell, and Hundley. Brenna’s said she plans to do AA at camp, but until camp happens, her status is unknown. If she’s good to compete, then I can see her as an option. If she’s not to where Martha wants, then you’re left with Desch and Hundley. Hundley beat Desch by a point at P&Gs, but her Pan Ams were not as good.

      Honestly, It’s not like they have a ton of choices for the alternate spot. I could see a lot of it hinging on Brenna’s showing at camp.

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  2. Do you know what this means for Germany – does the fact that Eli Seitz is listed above Leah Griesser mean Eli is on the team and Leah is the alternate?

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  3. So its official no komova and afan?
    I’m happy yet sad. I want afan to rest for next year but I miss her sassy floor routines.
    Then I’m sad I will not be able to see komova! Mixed emotions over here! Lol.

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  4. Ksenia Afanasyeva? Did I miss something major from Russia, is she actually considered for any spot? I thought it was Komova or Rodionova to be the alternate and both would have to improve on beam or develop a vault for the team.

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    • Afan was one of the ones included in that list of possible alternates Valentina talked about when she officially named the team after the Russian Cup. I think her routines are bare minimum, from what Valentina said, so no Amanar, no really difficult floor, etc, but if they really need her they might take her.

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    • Right after the 2013 European Championships, Valentina made some statements about Oleg Verniaiev and Igor Radivilov saying that they were begging to join Nikolai Kuksenkov and train in Russia. Well, Verniaiev responded that he was amused to hear the story because he had never actually talked to her before. He’s talked to some of the Russian coaches casually at competitions, but there wasn’t an ounce of truth that he was asking to come to Russia.

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  5. It’s crazy how 2 years ago, Larisa was the baby on the Romanian team and now she’s the leader. I’m curious to see how she’ll cope this year. I really want her to win that balance beam gold medal. And I can’t wait to see Pavlova, too.

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