2017 European Championships Results

The 2017 European Championships were held from April 19 through April 23 in Cluj, Romania.

Women’s All-Around Qualifications Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Ellie Downie Great Britain 14.566 14.266 13.466 13.900 56.198
2 Zsofia Kovacs Hungary 14.483 14.366 13.200 12.833 54.882
3 Tabea Alt Germany 14.400 13.900 13.700 12.866 54.866
4 Elena Eremina Russia 14.466 14.466 12.133 13.633 54.698
5 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 13.466 13.533 14.233 13.366 54.598
6 Kim Bui Germany 13.600 14.133 12.733 13.166 53.632
7 Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos France 13.800 14.100 12.533 12.900 53.333
8 Martina Maggio Italy 14.133 13.566 12.816 12.800 53.315
9 Marine Boyer France 13.700 12.800 13.700 12.766 52.966
10 Filipa Martins Portugal 13.433 13.666 13.100 12.741 52.940
11 Giada Grisetti Italy 14.100 13.433 13.033 12.366 52.932
12 Natalia Kapitonova Russia 13.566 13.866 12.500 12.966 52.898
13 Nina Derwael Belgium 13.466 14.566 12.133 12.300 52.465
14 Lara Mori Italy 13.466 13.000 12.366 13.533 52.365
15 Angelina Melnikova Russia 14.366 12.025 12.633 13.233 52.257
16 Alice Kinsella Great Britain 13.433 13.391 12.366 12.800 51.990
17 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 14.200 12.800 11.633 13.066 51.699
18 Pauline Schäfer Germany 13.833 12.266 12.233 13.133 51.465
19 Ilaria Käslin Switzerland 13.433 12.500 12.166 13.100 51.199
20 Ana Perez Spain 13.600 13.425 11.433 12.700 51.158
21 Cintia Rodriguez Spain 12.766 12.733 12.866 12.700 51.065
22 Alison Lepin France 13.433 12.600 12.566 12.266 50.865
23 Lynn Genhart Switzerland 13.400 12.866 12.000 12.366 50.632
24 Boglarka Devai Hungary 14.300 12.100 11.900 12.233 50.533
25 Kirsten Polderman Netherlands 13.600 12.058 12.233 12.600 50.491
26 Olivia Cimpian Romania 14.233 11.466 11.816 12.966 50.481
27 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 13.566 12.700 11.833 12.366 50.465
28 Fabienne Studer Switzerland 13.333 12.700 12.566 11.833 50.432
29 Ioana Crisan Romania 13.600 13.033 11.000 12.566 50.199
30 Nora Fernandez Spain 13.500 12.766 11.533 12.366 50.165
31 Vendula Merkova Czech Republic 12.300 12.516 12.666 12.466 49.948
32 Argyro Afrati Greece 13.600 12.233 11.500 12.600 49.933
33 Coline Devillard France 14.533 10.800 12.433 12.166 49.932
34 Jasmin Mader Austria 13.466 12.300 11.733 12.266 49.765
35 Thea Brogli Switzerland 13.200 11.733 12.433 12.133 49.499
36 Paula Raya Spain 13.233 12.900 11.666 11.266 49.065
37 Tamara Mrdenovic Serbia 13.200 11.700 11.933 12.200 49.033
38 Maija Leinonen Finland 12.966 11.733 12.166 11.966 48.831
39 Irina Sazonova Iceland 13.300 11.633 11.700 11.966 48.599
40 Gabriela Janik Poland 13.600 11.666 11.733 11.500 48.499
41 Dominiqua Belanyi Iceland 12.766 11.833 11.933 11.800 48.332
42 Noemi Jakab Hungary 12.333 12.066 11.733 12.133 48.265
43 Lucie Jirikova Czech Republic 13.200 12.066 10.800 12.133 48.199
44 Martine Skregelid Norway 13.275 11.666 11.133 12.000 48.074
45 Dalia Al-Salty Hungary 12.300 11.675 12.200 11.800 47.975
46 Agnes Suto Iceland 13.000 11.333 11.833 11.800 47.966
47 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 13.266 12.133 10.683 11.866 47.948
48 Marlies Männersdorfer Austria 13.000 11.366 11.200 12.225 47.791
49 Veronika Cenkova Czech Republic 11.866 12.266 11.066 12.366 47.564
50 Ekin Morova Turkey 13.000 11.066 11.333 11.966 47.365
51 Demet Mutlu Turkey 13.366 11.300 10.500 12.066 47.232
52 Yuliya Inshina Azerbaijan 13.266 11.133 11.566 11.233 47.198
53 Greta Banishka Bulgaria 13.341 10.483 11.133 12.100 47.057
54 Yana Fedorova Ukraine 13.600 10.700 11.033 11.633 46.966
55 Ekaterina Tishkova Azerbaijan 12.766 10.866 10.900 11.866 46.398
56 Mariana Carvalho Portugal 12.700 11.633 10.466 11.333 46.132
57 Bianca Frysak Austria 12.700 10.858 10.600 11.733 45.891
58 Julie Meyers Belgium 13.500 11.466 8.933 11.833 45.732
59 Shailee Weiss Israel 13.366 10.300 11.133 10.725 45.524
60 Julie Søderstrøm Norway 12.266 9.300 11.633 11.800 44.999
61 Mariana Marianito Portugal 12.300 9.400 11.433 11.866 44.999
62 Mette Hulgaard Denmark 12.566 9.483 10.800 11.833 44.682
63 Ofir Netzer Israel 12.600 10.700 10.933 10.366 44.599
64 Tinna Odinsdottir Iceland 12.066 10.766 10.266 11.333 44.431
65 Valeriia Osipova Ukraine 13.558 8.266 11.566 10.933 44.323
66 Desislava Todorova Bulgaria 12.333 9.400 10.800 11.666 44.199
67 Hanna Traukova Belarus 12.933 8.766 10.033 12.166 43.898
68 Mariia Butskikh Georgia 12.666 9.133 9.533 12.200 43.532
69 Solveig Berg Norway 12.200 9.733 10.200 11.133 43.266
70 Anastasija Dubova Latvia 11.766 9.400 10.866 11.066 43.098
71 Victoria Bøe Norway 12.033 8.833 10.300 11.833 42.999
72 Agata Vostruchovaite Lithuania 13.266 8.125 11.316 9.566 42.273
73 Doga Özgöcmez Turkey 11.600 8.933 9.966 11.166 41.665
74 Marija Ribalcenko Latvia 12.500 6.466 9.300 10.800 39.066
75 Diana Balkyte Lithuania 12.466 6.533 9.600 9.900 38.499
76 Larisa Iordache Romania —— 13.833 14.566 —— 28.399
77 Becky Downie Great Britain —— 14.433 13.333 —— 27.766
78 Elisabeth Seitz Germany —— 14.566 13.066 —— 27.632
79 Catalina Ponor Romania —— —— 14.066 13.066 27.132
80 Claudia Fragapane Great Britain —— —— 13.200 13.766 26.966
81 Ioanna Xoulogi Greece —— —— 12.366 12.433 24.799
82 Gaya Giladi Israel 13.233 —— —— 10.500 23.733
83 Göksu Üctas Sanli Turkey —— —— 11.933 11.433 23.366
84 Vasiliki Millousi Greece —— 10.733 12.600 —— 23.333
85 Evangelia Plyta Greece —— 12.066 11.100 —— 23.166
86 Alina Circene Latvia —— —— 11.533 11.400 22.933
87 Ana Derek Croatia —— —— 10.566 12.366 22.932
88 Tzuf Feldon Israel —— —— 11.266 11.066 22.332
89 Zoi Lima Portugal —— —— 10.933 11.300 22.233
90 Marie Skammelsen Denmark —— 11.166 10.733 —— 21.899
91 Teja Belak Slovenia 14.400 —— —— —— 14.400
92 Sanne Wevers Netherlands —— —— 14.300 —— 14.300
93 Maria Paseka Russia 14.166 —— —— —— 14.166
94 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 13.833 —— —— —— 13.833
95 Valerija Grisane Latvia 13.600 —— —— —— 13.600
96 Alma Kuc Poland —— 13.300 —— —— 13.300
97 Diana Varinska Ukraine —— 12.766 —— —— 12.766
98 Aleksandra Rajcic Serbia —— 11.466 —— —— 11.466
99 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine —— 11.266 —— —— 11.266
100 Rosanna Ojala Finland —— —— 11.100 —— 11.100
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9 thoughts on “2017 European Championships Results

  1. The AA will be interesting! If Downie hits, gold is her’s but the other spots are up for grabs, so exciting! All the girls deserve it. I’m much more passionate about EF this time, I really want Cata and Larisa get rewarded with going 1-2 in BB because they just excell there! 😍

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    • I wouldn’t say the gold is easily Downie’s even if she hits. Thorsdottir had a really off day, missing connections on floor, having a rough vault, and bars could’ve been better. I think if she does well on the other three events in addition to how she performed on beam, she could get up there. Had Eremina gotten a 13.65 on beam– a score she’s gotten (and surpassed) before– she would’ve beaten Downie. Not to mention the fact that she wasn’t as precise as she was in podium training elsewhere as well.

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    • I agree that Larissa and Cata should earn it on the beam. Sanne and her routine don’t impress me and I think it is unfair with other beam workers with real high difficulty skills. Triple piruettes for gymnasts are hard but as a ballerina I would say tottaly trainable even for not elite athletes, and we use a smaller spot than a beam to do it. Puting in the same level of dificulty as skills that you need though conditioning and even risk your life, seems really unfair. Good that she can take advantage of that gap in the code and succed , nice that she is from a country that almost never win, but not everybody agrees it is fair. It is like soccer played only in the defense. While the code allows it, girls that cannot go to much further in the beam should seriously train it instead of crazy aerials that they could ever reach. Piruettes are totally trainable! Coaches should take advantage on this for their girls.

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    • There are several factors. It is mostly attributed to the fact theyve reduced the composition requirements from 2.5 to 2.0, taking out the d dismount requirement on bars and beam, as well as devaluing vaults between 3 to 5 tenths in order to keep it consistent with the other 3 events. The fact that there are new rules and a new COP is just starting to set in, as the gymnasts aren’t comfortable yet, so the lead up to worlds is going to involve a lot of experimenting among the gymnasts in terms of skills and connections to see which routines will give them the best boost I terms of difficulty, execution and consistency. Also, a large part field is composed of rather brand new seniors or olympians that haven’t been training high level routines for that long.

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  2. Hello! Could anyone give me a clue as to the standard of the floor scores here? I know there is the new code etc but would these still be considered low/good/average? I am finding it so hard to get a sense of how competitive these are and if we should expect them to rise as the quad develops? Thanks again!

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    • They are quite low. By the old COP they would be in the low 14s. Ellis score in the mid- 14s. Just add an extra half point to every score, then you know the old standings. I’ve also heard, that the scores are generally lower at the beginning of a new quad because the judging is stricter

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