The 2017 Hong Kong Open Championships were held from January 14 through January 15 in Ma On Shan, Hong Kong.
Senior All-Around Results
|1||Ng Tsz Ching||12.366||8.900||9.833||11.100||42.199|
|2||Kam Hiu Lam Millennium||10.666||6.200||9.133||10.500||36.499|
|3||Lai Hoi Ling||10.700||3.250||9.333||8.950||32.233|
|4||Wong Hiu Ying Angel||——||——||12.100||——||12.100|
Junior All-Around Results
|1||Sy Wing Yu||11.400||8.750||11.566||11.650||43.366|
|2||Chung Yan Yuet Jeanie||11.266||8.550||9.266||11.700||40.782|
|3||Yeung Nga Sum||10.400||8.050||10.600||11.700||40.750|
|4||Pun Lee Ling||11.700||0.950||9.766||10.900||33.316|
Espoir All-Around Results
|1||Tse Shun Ling||12.433||13.400||12.300||13.510||51.643|
|2||Pun Wing Sum Wincy||11.700||13.900||11.366||12.250||49.216|
|3||Chung Yan Lok Joyce||10.066||13.250||12.166||13.300||48.782|
|4||Tsang Ho Sum||10.800||12.750||12.233||12.650||48.433|
|5||Cheung Ka Wing||11.700||14.050||9.466||13.100||48.316|
|7||Christine van Voorst||11.766||13.350||9.633||11.100||45.849|
|8||Cilicia Sedin Chan||11.100||13.450||8.133||12.150||44.833|
|9||Wu Man Kei Tanya||10.233||9.100||10.000||11.950||41.283|
|11||Pleroma Kaka Wong||——||13.000||11.666||12.800||37.466|
7 thoughts on “2017 Hong Kong Open Championships Results”
Is espoir an age definition? because it’s pretty amazing to have 8 gymnasts beating the score of the top AA senior – with the top scorer having scores that would have qualified her to Rio
If it’s like British gymnastics, Espoir is ages 12-13 and Junior is 14-15. Dunno if there’s bonuses in place in Espoir.
You’re correct, there were bonuses for espoir and unfortunately they didn’t list what those bonuses were! Also HK was missing a bulk of their top juniors and seniors with the exception of Angel Wong, who only competed beam because she’s still recovering from an injury. This was her first meet back in about 18 months, and she missed the Rio qualification process due to this injury.
Actually, no. Espoir is actually called Junior level, an the Junior all around is called Open Junior. You start at the novice level, and if you place in the top 3 in any event, you move up to Junior, and if you place in the top 3 there, you can go up to the Open Junior. The Open Junior/Senior has the same age as the FIG, and the scoring for the Open Senior is the same as the FIG. However, the scoring for novice, junior and open junior are different; the difficulty values are changed and made by the GAHK.
Thanks for your coverage of Hk gymnastics 🙂
There are bonuses!!
Thanks! Yeah, I noticed that for the espoirs, I’ll make a note on there!
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