2016 Dutch Olympic Qualifier Results

The 2016 Dutch Olympic Qualifier was held on July 9 in Heerenveen, Netherlands.

All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 15.150 13.550 14.550 14.000 57.250
Rebeca Andrade Brazil 15.150 14.350 13.900 13.850 57.250
3 Lieke Wevers Netherlands 14.150 13.800 14.950 14.150 57.050
4 Celine van Gerner Netherlands 13.900 14.450 13.500 14.100 55.950
5 Vera van Pol Netherlands 14.450 14.050 12.950 13.450 54.900
6 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 14.750 13.550 12.750 13.500 54.550
7 Lorrane Oliveira Brazil 14.800 13.850 13.250 12.500 54.400
Carolyne Pedro Brazil 14.100 14.250 12.900 13.150 54.400
9 Emma Larsson Sweden 14.200 12.500 13.900 13.500 54.100
10 Reina Beltman Netherlands 13.100 13.850 13.950 12.750 53.650
11 Milena Theodoro Brazil 14.000 12.400 13.100 13.200 52.700
12 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 14.000 13.650 12.500 11.750 51.900
13 Kirsten Polderman Netherlands 14.000 13.550 10.050 12.350 49.950
14 Sherine el Zeiny Egypt 13.900 7.400 11.800 11.900 45.000
15 Daniele Hypolito Brazil 14.200 —— 14.450 13.400 42.050
16 Jade Barbosa Brazil 14.150 14.150 13.000 —— 41.300
Emily Little Australia 15.200 —— 12.500 13.600 41.300
18 Mara Titarsolej Netherlands 13.700 14.050 12.950 —— 40.700
19 Sanne Wevers Netherlands —— 11.600 15.400 —— 27.000
20 Julie Kim Sinmon Brazil —— 13.050 12.550 —— 25.600
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13 thoughts on “2016 Dutch Olympic Qualifier Results

    • Titarsolej injured her ankle (slightly). I don’t know what she has exactly but that is my guess why she is not an alternate.

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  1. Happy that Rebeca upgraded bars, but she desperately needs upgrades on the other three (especially the Amanar) if she wants to be an individual contender. I feel like if she recovers the difficulty she had before, she’ll be a dark horse for vault, all around and floor as well as the possibility of being a finalist on uneven bars.

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  2. If you add notes the Dutch team (The three best per apparatus) for a total 173,200, 3 points higher than GB in European! Great future for the Dutch team

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