2016 WOGA Classic Results

The 2016 WOGA Classic was held on February 13 in Frisco, Texas.

Senior All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Nagi Kajita Japan 14.300 14.450 14.100 12.800 55.650
2 Shallon Olsen Canada 14.600 13.600 13.000 13.200 54.400
3 Koko Dobashi Japan 14.050 14.050 13.600 11.950 53.650
4 Oreane Lechenault France 13.100 13.600 14.200 12.300 53.200
5 Marisa Dick Trinidad & Tobago 13.300 13.750 12.950 11.850 51.850
6 Seina Cho Canada 13.500 13.200 12.550 12.550 51.800
7 Thema Williams Trinidad & Tobago 13.650 12.300 14.050 11.600 51.600
8 Thea Nygaard Norway 13.100 12.250 13.550 11.450 50.350
9 Aoi Furuyama Japan 12.950 12.050 12.400 12.350 49.750
10 Yuna Hiraiwa Japan 13.750 —— 13.750 12.900 40.400
11 Cassandra Loustalot Mexico 12.450 —— 12.150 12.000 36.600
12 Madison Kocian United States —— 15.700 15.550 —— 31.250
13 Ingrid von Hafenbradl Norway —— 9.800 12.900 —— 22.700
14 Loan His France —— 14.550 —— —— 14.550
15 Oksana Chusovitina Uzbekistan 14.150 —— —— —— 14.150

Junior All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Irina Alexeeva United States 14.400 14.600 14.350 13.700 57.050
2 Haley de Jong Canada 13.650 11.150 13.250 13.400 51.450
3 Marthe Hoskens Belgium 12.800 12.550 12.950 12.650 50.950
4 Louise Lopez Mexico 13.250 11.750 12.350 12.800 50.150
5 Jimena Moreno Mexico 13.150 11.150 12.750 12.050 49.100
6 Ilka Juk Canada 13.800 9.800 13.250 12.200 49.050
7 Tatiana Corujo United States 13.100 9.550 13.550 12.700 48.900
8 Adriana Almeida United States 12.650 10.700 12.450 11.450 47.250
9 Karen Lazono Mexico 13.050 11.200 11.000 11.950 47.200
10 Mari Kanter Norway 13.050 9.850 11.700 11.100 45.700
11 Anne Tingvold Norway 12.950 8.950 11.650 10.800 44.350
12 Jazibe Sandoval Mexico 11.700 —— 11.650 10.400 33.750
13 Sloane Blakely United States 14.500 —— —— 12.450 26.950
14 Morgan Trevor United States —— —— 13.550 —— 13.550

26 thoughts on “2016 WOGA Classic Results

  1. Madison scores look really good for only being Febuary. Do you think they are highly inflated or close to what she would get internationally?

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    • I think a recap said she wobbled on almost every skill on beam so possible inflation! Difficult to know until you see her with other US seniors – roll on Jesolo!

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    • Those scores are way higher than she’d get internationally. I think she got a 9.3 or 9.4 e-score on beam, which is ridiculous. She did have some impressive upgrades, but she also had a lot of wobbles.

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  3. We got the haters out their Madison scores were right on her ub was spot on she hit with elegance handstands was every bit as good as the Chinese or Russian

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      • Then go back and watch her routine and stop hating just because she’s not Russian or chinesed doesn’t mean she can’t have a solid and well executed with artistry dang take a chill pill

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        • She actually wobbled on almost every skill on beam this weekend. That would not receive the same execution score at worlds that it received at WOGA, just like the majority of the U.S. teams received vastly lower scores at worlds last year.

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    • She’s one of my favorite gymnasts… but she was over scored a bit. 2 arched handstands, bent elbows on her inbar half, flexed feet on her jager, slight shuffle on dismount, etc. I think she’s still far and away the best bar worker from the USA, but she was slightly over scored. Hoping the Amanar she mentioned she ways training comes to fruition… Would really help her chances on a 5-person team.

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  4. Thanks for posting these results.
    Will you be posting a Nadia Comaneci Invittational report too?
    (And OT but does anyone know what happened with IG Forum?)

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  5. Another question:
    Was there a team competition? I saw a photo of some of the girls holding a trophy, but it’s not mentioned in the results that there were team prizes.

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    • She added her standing arabian back in. She also has a 3-element tumbling series, and she is now connecting her aerial into her leap series. It was given a 6.3 D score. Most of the connections looked pretty solid. She just had a fair amount of wobbles, and she landed the arabian quite low.

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  6. Lauren how many gymnist from other countries wobble on bb. And still get overscored. I was mainly talking about Madison’s ub routine. Say what you want but that was as good as any of the Chinese or Russian girls. She wasn’t overscored compared to their local meets

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