The 2016 Olympic Test Event Team Master List

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With the 2016 Olympic Test Event now only a month away, we’re going to be getting team news left and right. In an effort to keep everyone up-to-date, we’ll be maintaining this list of all nominative, provisional, and official teams. If you have any news or additions, please let us know in the comments! We will also track all changes here, i.e. if an athlete is injured or no longer able to compete.

ALGERIA

Confirmed via La Gymnastique Algerienne.

ARGENTINA

Confirmed via Ailen Valente.

ARMENIA

Confirmed via Gebeshian’s Facebook.

AUSTRALIA

Confirmed via Gymnastics Australia; for more information, read our announcement. As of April 10, Emily Whitehead has withdrawn due to injury. She was replaced by Kiara Munteanu and Alex Eade will fly in to join the team in Rio in order to replace Munteanu as alternate.

AUSTRIA

Confirmed via Vorarlberg Online.

AZERBAIJAN

Nominative registration.

BELARUS

Confirmed via PressBall.

BELGIUM

Confirmed via Gymnastiek Federatie; for more information, read our announcement. As of April 7, Julie Croket has replaced Cindy Vandenhole, who has been moved to first alternate. Nina Derwael, originally on the team, was injured last month but will travel to Brazil as an alternate and could potentially replace one of the team members if she is feeling up to it.

BRAZIL

Confirmed via Esportes Terra; for more information, read our announcement.

CANADA

Nominative registration.

CHILE

Confirmed via Teletrece.

CHINA

  • Gong Kangyi
  • Zhang Jin

Nominative registration.

COLOMBIA

Confirmed via Prensa Latina.

CROATIA

Nominative registration.

CUBA

Nominative registration.

FRANCE

Confirmed via Federation Francaise Gymnastique via Twitter; for more information, read our announcement.

GERMANY

Confirmed via Deutscher Turner-Bund; for more information, read our announcement. As of April 7, Maike Enderle has replaced Sarah Voss as alternate.

GREAT BRITAIN

Nominative registration.

GREECE

Confirmed via the Greek Gymnastics Federation.

GUATEMALA

Confirmed via TDG Deportes.

HUNGARY

Confirmed via M4Sport.

ICELAND

Confirmed via Fimleikasamband Islands.

INDIA

Nominative registration.

IRELAND

Confirmed via Gymnastics Ireland.

ITALY

Confirmed via conversation with Enrico Casella. As of April 2, Giorgia Campana has replaced Tea ugrin.

JAMAICA

Confirmed via Cal Athletics.

MALAYSIA

Confirmed.

MEXICO

Confirmed via La Cronica; for more information, read our announcement.

NETHERLANDS

Confirmed via Koninklijke Nederlandse Gymnastiek Unie; for more information, read our announcement.

NEW ZEALAND

Confirmed via GymSports New Zealand.

PERU

Nominative registration.

POLAND

Confirmed via Facebook.

PORTUGAL

Nominative registration.

ROMANIA

Confirmed via Europa FM; for more information, read our announcement.

SLOVAKIA

Nominative registration.

SLOVENIA

Nominative registration.

SOUTH KOREA

Nominative registration.

SPAIN

Confirmed via Diario de Mallorca. As of March 30, Claudia Colom has replaced Roxana Popa due to Popa’s knee injury.

SWEDEN

Confirmed via Svenska Gymnastikförbundet. As of March 29, Jonna Adlerteg has withdrawn due to a knee injury. No one has been announced to replace her.

SWITZERLAND

Nominative registration.

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Confirmed via GlobalVoices.

TURKEY

Nominative registration.

UKRAINE

Nominative registration.

UZBEKISTAN

Confirmed.

VENEZUELA

Confirmed via El Universal.

VIETNAM

Confirmed via VTV.

16 thoughts on “The 2016 Olympic Test Event Team Master List

  1. Has anybody figured out the Belarus situation? I mean, can Dickson qualify for Rio at the test event, or will it be up to the Belarus officials to decide who would go to the Olympics?

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    • If Dickson qualifies for Rio at the test event, the spot will be nominative, meaning it belongs to her and Belarus can’t choose another gymnast. If she forfeits her spot, it will go to the first reserve.

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  2. Hmmm…seems very strange. Based on the official rules (https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0ahUKEwiZ7db7qcjLAhXGBI4KHYK6BUMQFgghMAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rio2016.com%2Fsites%2Fdefault%2Ffiles%2Fusers%2Frio2016_files%2Ffig-artisticgymnastics-en_0.pdf&usg=AFQjCNG34OPB578WbFr8kHKoUyl302P_dA&sig2=_OEC7B_f05w6SBZcl2ljWA&cad=rja), it seems pretty clear that a total of 40 individual athletes would be eligible for participation in Rio. If NK is replaced by only COL, it leaves only 39 individual participants. Not sure what I am missing.

    Anyways, thanks a lot for replying…

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  3. The german team has been mostly confirmed via dtb-online. Scheder, Seitz, Schäfer, Grießer and Tratz. Alt will be the sixth member, if she is cleared in a medical examination. Voss will be the alternate.

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  4. Pingback: German Test Event Team is Set | The Gymternet

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