FIG Releases Worlds Nominative Lists

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The FIG released the nominative team lists for Worlds this morning, and while there are no surprises for the most part, the U.S. women’s team is a shocking one.

Keep in mind, nominative lists are just that – nominative. The actual U.S. women’s team won’t be named until the selection camp held October 6-9, and in the meantime anything can change. It looks as if the current nominative list is a reflection of this summer’s competitions as well as how gymnasts did at the most recent national team camp, but they still have one more verification to prove themselves so again, anything can change.

As it stands right now, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, and Maggie Nichols are all featured, to no one’s surprise. Madison Kocian is also someone who’s been on everyone’s minds, but the list also includes MyKayla Skinner and – drum roll please – Brenna Dowell, who reportedly placed fifth in the all-around at camp once she added her Amanar back into her program. She was also second on bars.

It looks as though Karolyi is going for maximum potential on each event rather than the top all-arounders. In this scenario, Nichols looks like the alternate, as she isn’t in the top three on any event, especially now that everyone has Amanars again. But Dowell, who would fill a similar role as Nichols with vault and bars as their strong suits, could also be in that position. But again, this list isn’t official, and there’s still plenty of time for change. But I love the team, despite being sad about the lack of inclusion of Bailie Key and Kyla Ross.

Since it’s not all about the USA, what are some of the other big surprises? No Emily Little for Australia, which is shocking as she’s one of their strongest, so she must be dealing with injury. Anna Pavlova is back for Azerbaijan after dealing with injury this past year. Canada is including new seniors Audrey Rousseau and Sydney Townsend over Maegan Chant, who has spent the past three years as one of Canada’s top choices.

Cuba will send two WAG gymnasts, including vault phenom Marcia Vidiaux, though it looks as though Yesenia Ferrera is out of commission. For Spain, Roxana Popa and Maria Paula Vargas are finally back, though they’re missing Cintia Rodriguez and Ainhoa Carmona from their roster.

There’s nothing too surprising from the Brits, with Ruby Harrold making it back into the lineup after her strong showing in Osijek, though Rebecca Tunney didn’t look quite ready so it’s no shock she’s not included. The Germans and Italians also have no surprises, so as long as everyone stays healthy things should stay as they are.

Both fierce Californian NCAA gymnasts Danusia Francis and Toni-Ann Williams are on the list for Jamaica. For Poland, it was a surprise to see Marta Pihan-Kulesza not on the list, though she has slowly been coming back from injury and made her return this weekend, so it’s likely this list was made before her recovery and she could still be added.

North Korea has a team listed despite there being some controversy about them potentially boycotting. Romania has left out Andreea Munteanu from their equation, though this could change after nationals this weekend. Russia has Aliya Mustafina on the list despite her not being in the gym over the past couple of months, so this could also change depending on how well she’s able to come back.

The full nominative list for MAG and WAG is below.

ALGERIA
Mohamed Bourguieg
Hellal Metidji
Mohamed Reghib
Farah Boufadene
ARGENTINA
Nicolas Cordoba
Osvaldo Martinez
Federico Molinari
Maria Stoffel
Ayelen Tarabini
Ailen Valente
ARMENIA
Artur Davtyan
Harutyun Merdinyan
Davtyan Vahagn
Houry Gebeshian
AUSTRALIA
Prashanth Sellathurai
Naoya Tsukahara
Luke Wiwatowski
Georgia Rose Brown
Georgia Godwin
Madelaine Leydin
Larrissa Miller
Mary Anne Monckton
Kiara Munteanu
Emma Nedov
AUSTRIA
Vinzenz Höck
Fabian Leimlehner
Matthias Schwab
Lisa Ecker
Elisa Hämmerle
Olivia Jochum
Jasmin Mader
Marlies Männersdorfer
Erja Metzler
AZERBAIJAN
Petro Pakhnyuk
Oleg Stepko
Yuliya Inshina
Marina Nekrasova
Anna Pavlova
BAHAMAS
Kianna Dean
Simone Hall
BELGIUM
Gilles Gentges
Maxime Gentges
Florian Landuyt
Bram Louwije
Kristof Schroe
Jimmy Verbaeys
Siemon Volkaert
Jelle Beullens
Julie Croket
Rune Hermans
Gaelle Mys
Cindy Vandenhole
Lisa Verschueren
Laura Waem
BELARUS
Dzmitry Barkalau
Andrey Likhovitskiy
Vasili Mikhalitsyn
Dzianis Sanuvonh
Aliaksandr Tsarevich
Ilya Yakauleu
Sviatlana Lifenka
Valeryia Tsekhmistrenka
BOLIVIA
Redy Chumacero
Marco Antonio Riveros
Kaylee Shae Cole
Dianne Soria
Diana Vasquez
BRAZIL
Francisco Barretto
Lucas Bitencourt
Diego Hypolito
Arthur Mariano
Pericles Silva
Caio Souza
Arthur Zanetti
Thauany Araujo
Jade Barbosa
Leticia Costa
Daniele Hypolito
Lorrane Oliveira
Flavia Saraiva
Julie Kim Sinmon
BULGARIA
Yordan Aleksandrov
Martin Angelov
Aleksandar Batinkov
Ralitsa Mileva
Valentina Rashkova
Albena Zlatkova
CANADA
Zachary Clay
Rene Cournoyer
Kenneth Ikeda
Anderson Loran
Kevin Lytwyn
Scott Morgan
Jay Hugh Smith
Ellie Black
Madison Copiak
Isabela Onyshko
Brittany Rogers
Audrey Rousseau
Sydney Townsend
Victoria-Kayen Woo
CAYMAN ISLANDS
Morgan Lloyd
CHILE
Christian Bruno
Tomas Gonzalez
Juan Raffo
Simona Castro
Franchesca Santi
CHINA
Lin Chaopan
Liu Rongbing
Liu Yang
Deng Shudi
Xiao Ruoteng
You Hao
Zhang Chenglong
Chen Siyi
Fan Yilin
Mao Yi
Shang Chunsong
Tan Jiaxin
Wang Yan
Zhu Xiaofang
COLOMBIA
Kristopher Bohorquez
Carlos Calvo
Jossimar Calvo
Jorge Giraldo
Didier Lugo
Andres Martinez
Jhonny Munoz
Melba Avendano
Ginna Escobar
Marcela Sandoval
COSTA RICA
Henry Gonzalez
Luis Soto
Tarik Soto
CROATIA
Marijo Moznik
Robert Seligman
Filip Ude
Ana Derek
Karmen Koljanin
Dina Madir
CUBA
Manrique Larduet
Randy Leru
Dovelis Torres
Marcia Vidiaux
CYPRUS
Irodotos Georgallas
Marios Georgiou
Xenios Papaevripidou
Stelutsa Savvidou
CZECH REPUBLIC
David Jessen
Martin Konecny
Daniel Radovesnicky
Veronika Cenkova
Romana Majerechova
Kristyna Palesova
DENMARK
Joao Fuglsig
Helge Vammen
Joachim Winther
Mette Hulgaard
Michelle Lauritsen
Linnea Wang
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Audrys Nin Yamilet Pena
ECUADOR
Daniel Gomez Giulianna Pino
EGYPT
Amr Essam Mohamed Ahmed
Ahmed Ashraf El Maraghy
Mohamed Sherif El Saharty
Nada Ayman Ibrahim
Sherine El Zeiny
Nancy Mohamed Taman
FINLAND
Oskar Kirmes
Heikki Niva
Tomi Tuuha
Maija Leinonen
Monica Sileoni
Annika Urvikko
FRANCE
Samir Ait Said
Axel Augis
Julien Gobaux
Hamilton Sabot
Cyril Tommasone
Arnaud Willig
Jim Zona
Camille Bahl
Marine Brevet
Loan His
Anne Kuhm
Claire Martin
Valentine Pikul
Louise Vanhille
GEORGIA
Paata Nozadze Nato Dzidziguri
Julia Rumbutis
GERMANY
Andreas Bretschneider
Fabian Hambuchen
Philipp Herder
Christopher Jursch
Sebastian Krimmer
Marcel Nguyen
Andreas Toba
Antonia Alicke
Leah Griesser
Lisa-Katharina Hill
Pauline Schäfer
Sophie Scheder
Elisabeth Seitz
Pauline Tratz
GREAT BRITAIN
Frank Baines
Sam Oldham
Daniel Purvis
Louis Smith
Kristian Thomas
Sam Whitlock
Nile Wilson
Becky Downie
Ellie Downie
Charlie Fellows
Claudia Fragapane
Ruby Harrold
Kelly Simm
Amy Tinkler
GREECE
Georgios Chatziefstathiou
Nikolaos Iliopoulos
Christos Lympanovnos
Vlasios Maras
Dimitrios Markousis
Eleftherios Petrounias
Ioannis Tougkas
Argyro Afrati
Myropi Christofilaki
Vasiliki Millousi
Evangalia Monokrousou
Evangelia Plyta
Maria Simou
Ioanna Xoulogi
GUATEMALA
Jorge Vega Ana Sofia Gomez
HONG KONG
Man Hin Jim
Kiu Chung Ng
Wai Hung Shek
HUNGARY
Adam Babos
Krisztian Berki
Norbert Dudas
Vid Hidvegi
Ryan Sheppard
Levente Vagner
David Vecsernyes
Dalia Al-Salty
Dorina Boczogo
Tunde Csillag
Boglarka Devai
Luca Diveky
Kitti Honti
Noemi Makra
ICELAND
Eythor Baldursson
Jon Gunnarsson
Valgard Reinhardsson
Dominiqua Belanyi
Norma Robertsdottir
Irina Sazonova
INDIA
Ashish Kumar
Rakesh Patra
Siddharth Verma
Dipa Karmakar
INDONESIA
Rifda Irfanaluthfi
IRELAND
Kieran Behan
Jack Neill
Andrew Smith
Tara Donnelly
Nicole Mawhinney
Ellis O’Reilly
ISRAEL
Artem Dolgopyat
Eyal Glazer
Alexander Shatilov
Tzuf Feldon
ITALY
Nicola Bartolini
Alberto Busnari
Andrea Cingolani
Tommaso De Vecchis
Ludovico Edalli
Paolo Ottavi
Enrico Pozzo
Erika Fasana
Carlotta Ferlito
Vanessa Ferrari
Enus Mariani
Elisa Meneghini
Lara Mori
Martina Rizzelli
JAMAICA
Reiss Beckford
Caleb Faulk
Nicholas Tai
Danusia Francis
Maya Williams
Toni-Ann Williams
JAPAN
Tomomasa Hasegawa
Naoto Hayasaka
Ryohei Kato
Kazuma Kaya
Kenzo Shirai
Yusuke Tanaka
Kohei Uchimura
Yu Minobe
Sae Miyakawa
Natsumi Sasada
Aiko Sugihara
Asuka Teramoto
Yuki Uchiyama
Sakura Yumoto
KAZAKHSTAN
Stepan Gorbachev
Ilya Kornev
Nikolay Nam
Aida Bauyrzhanova
Zhanerke Duisek
Anna Geidt
LATVIA
Vitalijs Kardasovs
Aleksejs Pajada
Dmitrijs Trefilovs
Alina Circene
Valerija Grisane
Diana Jerofejeva
LITHUANIA
Rokas Guscinas
Tomas Kuzmick
Robert Tvorogal
Vaida Zitineviciute
MALAYSIA
Phay Xing Loo Farah Ann Abdul Hadi
Yueh Tan Ing
Ang Tracie
MALTA
Suzanne Buttigieg
Kirsty Caruana
Peppijna Dalli
MEXICO
Javier Balboa
Rodolfo Bonilla
Kevin Cerda
Javier Cervantes
Daniel Corral
Fabian de Luna
Elsa Garcia
Ana Lago
Alexa Moreno
Karla Retiz
Ahtziri Sandoval
Amaranta Torres
MONGOLIA
Erdenebold Ganbat
Nomondalai Jamiyankhuu
Otgonbat Purevdorj
Batmaa Enkhtuvshin
MONACO
Kevin Crovetto Milla Fabre
MOROCCO
Hamza Hossaini
Rachid Moussa
Abderrazak Nasser
Najwa Dassalm
Houda Eddachraoui
Hebatallah Serry
NAMIBIA
Annelise Koster
Kabuba Masule
Katja Serrer
NETHERLANDS
Michel Bletterman
Bart Deurloo
Casimir Schmidt
Anthony van Assche
Lambertus van Gelder
Jeffrey Wammes
Epke Zonderland
Eythora Thorsdottir
Mara Titarsolej
Lisa Top
Noel van Klaveren
Vera van Pol
Lieke Wevers
Sanne Wevers
NEW ZEALAND
David Bishop
Devy Dyson
Mikhail Koudinov
Courtney McGregor
Mackenzie Slee
Charlotte Sullivan
NORTH KOREA
Han Jong Hyok
Ri Kwang Mo
Ri Se Gwang
Hong Un Jong
Jong Un Gyong
Kang Yong Mi
Kim So Yong
Pak Sin Hyang
Ri Un Ha
NORWAY
Marcus Conradi
Pietro Giachino
Stian Skjerahaug
Sofie Braaten
Thea Nygaard
Martine Skregelid
PANAMA
Isabella Amado
Valentina Brostella
PERU
Daniel Aguero
Maurcio Gallegos
Luis Pizarro
Mariana Chiarella
Ariana Orrego
PHILIPPINES
Reyland Capellan Ava Verdeflor
POLAND
Adam Rzepa Claudia Chmielowska
Gabriela Janik
Katarzyna Jurkowska
Alma Kuc
Emilia Kulczynska
PORTUGAL
Simao Almeida
Bernardo Costa
Gustavo Palma
Mariana Carvalho
Ana Filipa Martins
Sara Raposeiro
PUERTO RICO
Rafael Morales
Tristian Perez
Tommy Ramos
Luis Rivera
Alexander Rodriguez
Nestor Rodriguez
Alexis Torres
Andrea Maldonado
Paula Mejias
Paola Moreira
QATAR
Ahmed Al Dyani
ROMANIA
Cristian Bataga
Marius Berbecar
Vlad Cotuna
Marian Dragulescu
Andrei Muntean
Ioan Nistor
Alexandru Ursache
Diana Bulimar
Larisa Iordache
Andreea Iridon
Laura Jurca
Ana Maria Ocolisan
Catalina Ponor
Silvia Zarzu
RUSSIA
Denis Abliazin
David Belyavskiy
Nikita Ignatyev
Nikolai Kuksenkov
Nikita Nagornyy
Alexey Rostov
Ivan Stretovich
Ksenia Afanasyeva
Maria Kharenkova
Viktoria Komova
Aliya Mustafina
Maria Paseka
Daria Spiridonova
Seda Tutkhalyan
SERBIA
Bojan Dejanovic
Milos Paunovic
Petar Velickovic
Tamara Mrdjenovic
Aleksandra Rajcic
SINGAPORE
Zie Jie Gabriel Gan
Kai Cheng Timothy Tay
Janessa Dai
Ashly Lau
Nadine Joy Nathan
SLOVAKIA
Slavomir Michnak
Samuel Piasecky
Ivan Vargovsky
Radoslava Kalamarova
Barbora Mokosova
SLOVENIA
Saso Bertoncelj
Alen Dimic
Mitja Petkovsek
Teja Belak
Carmen Horvat
Tjasa Kysselef
SOUTH AFRICA
Tiaan Grobler
Ryan Patterson
Kirsten Beckett
Claudia Cummins
Bianca Mann
SOUTH KOREA
Kang Ju Won
Kim Han Sol
Lee Jun Ho
Lee Sang Wook
Park Min Soo
Shin Dong Hyen
Yoo Won Chul
Eum Da Yeon
Heo Seon Mi
Jung Hee Yeon
Kim Chae Yeon
Lee Hye Bin
Park Ji Soo
Yun Na Rae
SPAIN
Nestor Abad
Ruben Lopez
Andres Martin
Julian Perez
Alberto Tallon
Adria Vera
Rayderley Zapata
Claudia Colom
Nora Fernandez
Ana Perez
Roxana Popa
Paula Raya
Natalia Ros
Maria Paula Vargas
SWEDEN
Pontus Kallanvaara
Christopher Soos
Michael Trane
Ece Ayan
Lovisa Estberg
Ida Gustafsson
Emma Larsson
Kim Singmuang
Marcela Torres
Veronica Wagner
SWITZERLAND
Christian Baumann
Pablo Brägger
Pascal Bucher
Claudio Capelli
Oliver Hegi
Kevin Rossi
Eddy Yusof
Caterina Barloggio
Jessica Diacci
Ilaria Käslin
Laura Schulte
Stefanie Siegenthaler
Giulia Steingruber
TAIPEI
Chen Chih-Yu
Hsu Ping Chien
Huang Ko Chiang
Huang Ta Yu
Lee Chih Kai
Lo Yu Ju
Mai Liu Hsiang-Han
THAILAND
Robert Tee Kriangkum
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Joseph Fox Marisa Dick
Thema Williams
TURKEY
Ferhat Arican
Ibrahim Colak
Umit Samiloglu
Ekin Morova
Demet Mutlu
Tutya Yilmaz
UKRAINE
Vladyslav Hryko
Volodymyr Okachev
Igor Radivilov
Maksym Semiankiv
Andrii Sienichkin
Oleg Verniaiev
Mykyta Yermak
Yana Fedorova
Angelina Kysla
UNITED STATES
Christopher Brooks
Danell Leyva
Sam Mikulak
Alexander Naddour
Paul Ruggeri
Donnell Whittenburg
Brandon Wynn
Simone Biles
Gabby Douglas
Brenna Dowell
Madison Kocian
Maggie Nichols
Aly Raisman
MyKayla Skinner
URUGUAY
Cristhian Meneses Debora Reis
Sofia Rodriguez
UZBEKISTAN
Anton Fokin
Timur Kadirov
Eduard Shaulov
Dilnoza Abdusalimova
Oksana Chusovitina
Elena Rega
VENEZUELA
Jostyn Fuenmayor
Jose Fuentes
Junior Rojo
Jessica Lopez
Ivet Rojas
Katriel Sousa
VIETNAM
Dinh Phuong Thanh
Le Thanh Tung
Pham Phuoc Hung
Do Thi Van Anh
Phan Thi Ha Thanh
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36 thoughts on “FIG Releases Worlds Nominative Lists

    • Yeah but that’s due to injury only. There is no known current bad injury that any of the training squad is having to deal with (unless there is one in the next 1 month). I am actually surprised that douglas wasn’t on the team back in 2011 instead of caquitto to start with.

      2010 is the last time someone on nominative didn’t make it and wasn’t due to injury (sloan replacing kytra)

      I won’t be surprised if this is the real list. even if it isn’t it says that Martha is gonna maximize EF as the theme for this year.

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  1. I was actually thinking Brenna could contend with Bailie for a spot next year, but I hadn’t really considered it as a possibility this year. Either way, I’m so excited for her and I’ll be mad if she’s alternate for the 3rd year in a row. 😛

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    • I think that of the seven people on the list the ones with an amanar are Simone, Maggie, Aly, Gabby and maybe McKayla?? Simone said she’s not doing a cheng anymore, at least not this year.

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      • Mykayla’s first vt is still a cheng. she hasn’t shown an amanar at actual competition for a while… Rumor is that brenna might also got her amanar back too.

        Yeah I was disappointed about simone not doing cheng this year too.

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    • Brenna and Gabby both verified Amanars at the most recent camp. MyKayla was training it, but I don’t know that she verified.

      I’m actually interested to see vault finals this year. The videos from the Russia Cup show Maria Paseka doing both an Amanar and a Cheng that look decent (for her). And I wouldn’t be suprised if Hong un Jong submits/chucks a TTY. Also, I saw a clip on youTube of Yamlit Pena standing up a Prudonova. (It was a DEEP landing.. but it was on her feet!)

      Im done now i promise lol 🙂

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  3. The US team lineup has no new seniors or even 2nd year seniors . In a team of 5 for Rio there are even fewer openings .

    In 2011 they had Gabby Kyla Jordyn Aly . Parents should be thinking about this & what sort of expectations are realistic for their elite 14-16 year olds .

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  4. BRENNA!!!! I’ll believe it when I see it set in stone, but gahhhhhh seeing her name on this list makes me incredibly happy! Inside, however, I’m heart broken at the absence of kyla 😦 hopefully this isn’t the end of elite for her. I want so badly to see her in Rio!

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  5. I m gonna extrapolate a few things from Brenna 5th in AA and 2nd ub. Maggie was 4th at 60.0 . So Brenna must have gotten at least 59+. Also 2nd ub would mean score around 15.2-.3. Her best case score from P&G would be 57.7 using vt day #2 and everything else day… Her amanar from the past stayed in bound and looks better than aly current one which got 15.35 so we might say 15.6-7. So add 0.7 from vt and 0.2 from ub to 57.7 to get 58.7. So I m thinking she must have also improved somewhat on beam and fx during camp too..

    As for Bailie, an amanar in the next week would serve her real well as well as improving a little more on ub . While I am ecstatic that brenna is on the list, I think this is tempered by the fact that in reality I think they are both fighting for the same spot. Right now brenna is ahead but if key shows up with a consistent amanar that could seal the deal for key. I am all for brenna being able to show her original routines but just going by consistency, I feel like key has been more consistent. Add to that is the fact that key is better on bb and fx than brenna. I don’t think this fight is quite over yet and am saying this not because I am a diehard fan of key..

    So while we can all cheer for brenna, I really don’t think anyone can celebrate til oct 9th.

    Nothing against Maggie, but it doesn’t matter if it’s brenna or key being in the mix, I just don’t see how she will not be the alternate at this point…

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  6. I guess I’m not as surprised as others in the cyberworld about Key’s omission. She didn’t really impress me at P&G or the US Championships. She strikes me as a nervous competitor. Marta likes them confident. Also, because Key lacks power compared to others, she doesn’t get the spring or height in her skills that the others do. Key is very good on bars, but Kocian is better. And as others have pointed out, the US boasts even stronger AAers than Key. Biles, Nichols, and Raisman have higher potential AA scores, and I believe Gabby Douglas does, too, if she keeps improving.

    So does anyone know why Simone is not doing a Cheng? Is it just not trained enough so that it’s reliable? She could likely get another gold in vault event finals if she added that.

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    • I think her coaches just decided she didn’t need it right now. Her execution is so much better than everyone else on vaulting that she will most likely still be a strong silver at the least.

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    • Yeah I am surprised too that Simone nicked the idea of cheng for this year too. Which means that her chance of winning gold or silver vt is not good now that we have 2 competitors doing cheng/amanar. I think even a not so good cheng by simone is still better than most other but I am guessing she just want to play it safe and not risk a possible fall which will completely take her off the vt podium.

      Mykayla is trying to get her amanar back. I am wondering how that’s going. That would be crazy if she will actually do amanar and cheng. If she does, this year vt final will be totally EPIC!.

      As regard to Key, at this point it’s not just about Kocian is better than Key in bars (pretty much a given) or that Key is a great AA (she IS and has more overall value than brenna IMO), it’s more about if Key can be a consistent 2nd highest bar worker to take over that position from brenna in a TF. And honestly, given that we also got amanar from gabby, the need for Key to do amanar is even less (but would still help her case immensely)….. But really, the most important thing right now for key is to consistently beat brenna in ub to be US 2nd highest bar worker in the next week.

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  8. I’m still not convinced MyKayla should be on the team. Her vault isn’t needed for TF with all those amanars. She could maybe medal in EF if she brings her amanar (doubtful?).
    Lets look at floor. U.S. Needs a third floor worker for TF. MyKayla is one option. But she has been so inconsistent with endurance problems and falls, not to mention generally messy execution. I’d say leave her as alternate at best, at which point, Key or Nichols would be the best options. I would have Nichols on the team and used for floor, Key would make a fabulous alternate, and Skinner is off the team.

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    • Unfortunately it doesn’t make sense to pick Maggie over Key for ub and fx as their records on both events show that Key is better than Maggie on both…. With Gabby and Brenna getting amanar, unfortunately things doesn’t look as good for Maggie from the vt standpoint either. I love the Maggie being a team player and her consistency but she doesn’t quite fit the equation in TF. See the case of Ebee in 2012.

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  9. What a shameful thing is going to happen to the 2 Belarus nominatives here!!! I hope they read the internet comments and see how much supports they are getting…

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