2015 Four Nations Trophy Results

The 2015 Four Nations Trophy was held on May 30 in Turin, Italy.

All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Seda Tutkhalyan Russia 14.850 14.200 14.500 13.850 57.400
2 Angelina Melnikova Russia 14.450 14.850 13.450 13.050 55.800
3 Anastasia Dmitrieva Russia 14.200 13.750 13.350 13.650 54.950
4 Giorgia Campana Italy 13.950 13.800 13.250 13.350 54.350
5 Elisa Meneghini Italy 14.000 13.450 12.600 13.750 53.800
6 Evgeniya Shelgunova Russia 13.700 13.650 14.350 12.000 53.700
7 Laura Jurca Romania 13.100 13.700 13.100 13.800 53.700
8 Alessia Leolini Italy 14.350 13.750 12.200 13.150 53.450
9 Andreea Ciurusniuc Romania 13.650 13.200 13.900 12.700 53.450
10 Ana Maria Ocolisan Romania 13.800 13.300 13.700 12.250 53.050
11 Tea Ugrin Italy 13.900 13.900 13.650 11.450 52.900
12 Arianna Rocca Italy 14.950 11.150 13.100 12.800 52.000
13 Marcela Sandoval Colombia 13.400 12.000 13.550 12.900 51.850
14 Melba Avendano Colombia 13.650 12.450 12.450 12.200 50.750
15 Sofia Bonistalli Italy 14.150 13.100 11.400 11.650 50.300
16 Ginna Escobar Colombia 13.700 12.750 11.300 11.850 49.600
17 Silvia Zarzu Romania 14.000 —— 13.800 13.700 41.500
18 Catalina Escobar Colombia 14.550 13.100 —— 13.050 40.700
19 Andreea Iridon Romania —— 12.650 13.450 13.200 39.300
20 Bibiana Velez Colombia 13.750 13.300 9.800 —— 36.850
21 Ekaterina Sokova Russia —— —— 14.800 13.450 28.250
22 Maria Bondareva Russia 13.800 13.650 —— —— 27.450
23 Lizbet Ruiz Colombia —— —— 12.350 12.600 24.950
24 Lavinia Marongiu Italy 14.000 —— 10.250 —— 24.250

Team Final Results

Rank Team VT UB BB FX Total
1 Russia 57.300 56.450 57.100 54.000 224.850
2 Italy 57.450 54.900 52.600 53.050 218.000
3 Romania 54.550 52.850 54.850 53.400 215.650
4 Colombia 55.650 51.600 49.650 50.750 207.650
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7 thoughts on “2015 Four Nations Trophy Results

    • Yes, it was due to a knee injury…they kept her out in order to save her knee for future meets so it didn’t sound like it was too bad? I hope so, anyway!

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      • Oh really? Thanks for telling me. I was wondering why Romania didn’t do so well and why Bulimar’s name didn’t appear in the AA standings.

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    • During the livestream, the Italian national team director Casella said that Bulimar actually had this knee pain already in Romania, and since in podium training and in competition you perform on harder surfaces than the pits you have in training, the pain increased in Italy. That’s why Romanian coaches decided to preserve her. Anyway, it doesn’t seem a bad injury!

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  1. Regardless Bulimar was in or not, it looks like a Russian resurgence…. I just wish we can see more from the Chinese but I just have a feeling that Russian team at Worlds this year will be one of their strongest team we’ve seen in a long time. They still need Musty as she is still their best AAer, but they have shown capability to be a competitive team without her…

    I think China will have a hard time retaking the silver this year. In the meantime, unfortunately Romania is still in a funk. They are in danger of not being able to be in the Big4 this year…

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  2. Seda upped her all-around scored by 2.8 points from the Youth Olympic AA. Looks like the time in the gym when kept home from Euros has done her good.

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  3. Pingback: Italy, Romania, and Colombia in Turin | The Gymternet

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