2017 Koper Challenge Cup Results

The 2017 Koper Challenge Cup was held from May 12 through May 14 in Koper, Slovenia.

Women’s Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Rebeca Andrade Brazil 5.2 9.300 14.500 14.600
5.4 9.300 14.700
2 Boglarka Devai Hungary 5.4 8.700 14.100 14.150
5.2 9.000 14.200
3 Teja Belak Slovenia 5.4 8.850 14.250 14.025
5.0 8.900 -0.1 13.800
4 Ellie Black Canada 5.4 8.950 14.350 13.725
4.4 8.700 13.100
5 Tijana Tkalcec Croatia 4.6 8.900 13.500 13.450
4.6 8.800 13.400
6 Michelle Timm Germany 4.6 8.850 13.450 13.400
4.6 8.750 13.350
7 Anastasiia Bieliaieva Ukraine 4.6 8.500 -0.1 13.000 13.200
4.6 8.800 13.400
8 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 4.6 8.800 13.400 13.150
4.2 8.700 12.900

Women’s Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Larisa Iordache Romania 5.4 8.400 13.800
2 Ellie Black Canada 5.9 7.900 13.800
3 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 5.1 8.350 13.450
4 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 5.0 8.400 13.400
5 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 5.1 8.050 13.150
6 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 4.9 8.050 12.950
7 Yana Fedorova Ukraine 4.5 8.050 12.550
8 Michelle Timm Germany 4.6 7.000 11.600

Women’s Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Larisa Iordache Romania 6.0 8.150 14.150
2 Ellie Black Canada 5.1 8.000 13.100
3 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.9 6.950 12.850
4 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 5.7 7.100 12.800
5 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 4.7 7.700 12.400
6 Carina Kröll Germany 4.9 7.500 12.400
7 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 4.8 6.750 11.550
8 Dalia Al-Salty Hungary 4.9 6.450 11.350

Women’s Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Carina Kröll Germany 4.9 8.200 13.100
2 Ellie Black Canada 4.7 8.250 -0.1 12.850
3 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 4.4 8.200 12.600
4 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.2 7.350 12.550
5 Valeriia Osipova Ukraine 4.7 7.700 12.400
6 Tamara Mrdenovic Serbia 4.3 7.950 12.250
7 Thea Brogli Switzerland 4.5 7.150 11.650
8 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 1.0 8.850 -6.6 3.250

Men’s Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Eddie Penev United States 6.1 8.300 14.400
2 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.4 7.900 14.300
3 Bram Verhofstad Netherlands 5.9 8.100 -0.1 13.900
4 Arthur Zanetti Brazil 5.8 8.100 13.900
5 Casimir Schmidt Netherlands 6.1 8.000 -0.3 13.800
6 Alexander Shatilov Israel 5.7 8.050 13.750
7 Artem Dolgopyat Israel 5.9 5.700 -0.1 11.500
8 Antonios Tantalidis Greece 5.0 6.600 -0.1 11.500

Men’s Pommel Horse Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Saso Bertoncelj Slovenia 6.1 8.800 14.900
2 Zoltan Kallai Hungary 6.1 8.600 14.700
3 Krisztian Berki Hungary 5.8 8.800 14.600
4 Slavomir Michnak Slovakia 5.5 8.750 14.250
5 Boudewijn de Vries Netherlands 5.6 8.150 13.750
6 Ahmad Abu Al Soud Jordan 6.1 7.200 13.300
7 Francisco Barretto Jr. Brazil 6.0 6.800 12.800
8 Bart Deurloo Netherlands 4.9 6.600 11.500

Men’s Rings Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Arthur Zanetti Brazil 6.1 8.750 14.850
2 Marco Lodadio Italy 6.3 8.250 14.550
3 Kiu Chung Ng Hong Kong 6.1 8.300 14.400
4 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.3 7.900 14.200
5 Rene Cournoyer Canada 5.2 8.800 14.000
6 Eyal Glazer Israel 5.6 8.200 13.800
7 Michael Fussenegger Austria 5.7 8.000 13.700
8 Adham Alsqour Jordan 5.1 8.150 13.250

Men’s Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Andrey Medvedev Israel 5.6 9.400 15.000 14.975
5.6 9.350 14.950
2 Donnell Whittenburg United States 5.6 9.100 14.700 14.600
5.2 9.300 14.500
3 Casimir Schmidt Netherlands 5.6 9.000 14.600 14.575
5.2 9.350 14.550
4 Eddie Penev United States 5.4 8.800 -0.1 14.100 14.475
5.2 9.650 14.850
5 Man Hin Jim Hong Kong 5.2 9.300 14.500 14.150
4.8 9.000 13.800
6 Vladyslav Kotsiuban Ukraine 5.2 8.900 14.100 13.825
4.8 8.850 -0.1 13.550
7 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 4.8 9.150 13.950 13.600
4.0 9.250 13.250
8 Jeremy Bartholomeusz Canada 5.2 8.100 -0.3 13.000 13.100
4.0 9.200 13.200

Men’s Parallel Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.3 8.450 14.750
2 Jossimar Calvo Colombia 6.2 7.900 14.100
3 Marios Georgiou Cyprus 5.6 8.350 13.950
4 Rene Cournoyer Canada 5.6 8.100 13.700
5 Ivan Rittschik Germany 5.9 7.750 13.650
6 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 5.6 7.700 13.300
7 Robert Tvorogal Lithuania 5.7 7.450 13.150
8 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.5 6.300 11.800

Men’s High Bar Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Tin Srbic Croatia 6.2 8.200 14.400
2 Bart Deurloo Netherlands 6.3 8.100 14.400
3 David Vecsernyes Hungary 5.9 8.050 13.950
4 Carlo Macchini Italy 5.9 7.200 13.100
5 Jossimar Calvo Colombia 6.4 6.600 13.000
6 Marios Georgiou Cyprus 5.2 7.650 12.850
7 Robert Tvorogal Lithuania 5.5 6.850 12.350
8 Tomas Kuzmickas Lithuania 5.5 5.350 10.850

Women’s Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Rebeca Andrade Brazil 5.2 9.200 -0.1 14.300 14.400
5.4 9.100 14.500
2 Boglarka Devai Hungary 5.4 8.800 14.200 14.100
5.2 8.900 -0.1 14.000
3 Teja Belak Slovenia 5.4 9.000 -0.1 14.300 14.075
5.0 8.850 13.850
4 Michelle Timm Germany 4.6 9.000 13.600 13.525
4.6 8.850 13.450
5 Tijana Tkalcec Croatia 4.6 9.000 13.600 13.500
4.6 8.800 13.400
6 Ellie Black Canada 4.6 8.950 13.550 13.475
4.4 9.000 13.400
7 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 4.6 9.100 13.700 13.450
4.4 9.000 13.400
8 Anastasiia Bieliaieva Ukraine 4.6 8.650 13.250 13.300
4.6 8.750 13.350
9 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.8 8.650 -0.1 13.350 13.300
4.6 8.650 13.250
10 Amélie Föllinger Germany 4.6 8.750 13.350 13.225
4.2 8.900 13.100
11 Yana Fedorova Ukraine 4.6 8.950 13.550 12.975
4.0 8.400 12.400
12 Ema Kajic Croatia 4.6 8.550 13.150 12.975
4.4 8.400 12.400
13 Naveen Daries South Africa 4.6 8.500 -0.1 13.000 12.900
4.0 8.800 12.800
14 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.1 8.750 12.850 12.775
4.0 8.700 12.700
15 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.4 7.450 12.850 12.625
3.7 8.700 12.400
16 Jasmin Mader Austria 4.6 8.900 13.500 12.525
4.0 7.550 11.550
17 Ka Man Leung Hong Kong 4.0 8.650 12.650 12.400
3.7 8.450 12.150
18 Sofie Bråten Norway 4.0 8.650 12.650 12.250
3.7 8.150 11.850
19 Dejana Kuzmanovic Serbia 3.7 7.350 -0.3 10.750 11.775
4.0 8.800 12.800
20 Boglarka Tömböl Hungary 3.5 8.050 11.550 11.550
3.5 8.050 11.550

Women’s Bars Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Larisa Iordache Romania 5.4 8.450 13.850
2 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 5.1 8.650 13.750
3 Ellie Black Canada 5.9 7.750 13.650
4 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 5.0 8.300 13.300
5 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 4.9 8.100 13.000
6 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 5.1 7.700 12.800
7 Michelle Timm Germany 4.9 7.850 12.750
8 Yana Fedorova Ukraine 4.6 8.100 12.700
9 Jessica Diacci Switzerland 4.5 8.100 12.600
10 Jasmin Mader Austria 4.4 8.100 12.500
11 Rebeca Andrade Brazil 5.3 7.150 12.450
12 Aleksandra Rajcic Serbia 4.3 7.850 12.150
13 Tamara Mrdenovic Serbia 4.2 7.650 11.850
14 Carina Kröll Germany 4.9 6.800 11.700
15 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.3 7.200 11.500
16 Mammule Rankoe South Africa 4.3 7.150 11.450
17 Teja Belak Slovenia 4.5 7.150 -0.3 11.350
18 Anastasija Dubova Latvia 3.9 7.250 11.150
19 Valeriia Osipova Ukraine 4.9 6.250 11.150
20 Boglarka Devai Hungary 4.8 6.300 11.100
21 Thea Brogli Switzerland 4.4 6.300 10.700
22 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.2 6.100 10.300
23 Boglarka Tömböl Hungary 3.4 6.700 10.100
24 Marija Ribalcenko Latvia 3.5 6.500 10.000
25 Sofie Bråten Norway 4.1 5.750 9.850
26 Sofie Skåttun Norway 2.7 5.550 8.250
27 Lucie Jirikova Czech Republic 2.9 5.050 -0.5 7.450

Women’s Beam Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Larisa Iordache Romania 6.0 8.400 14.400
2 Ellie Black Canada 5.3 8.000 13.300
3 Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 4.8 8.100 12.900
4 Carina Kröll Germany 4.7 8.100 12.800
5 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 5.9 6.900 12.800
6 Rose-Kaying Woo Canada 5.5 7.150 12.650
7 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.9 6.600 12.500
8 Dalia Al-Salty Hungary 5.0 7.450 12.450
9 Michelle Timm Germany 5.0 7.350 12.350
10 Tamara Mrdenovic Serbia 4.4 7.700 12.100
11 Adela Sajn Slovenia 4.9 7.150 -0.1 11.950
12 Valeriia Osipova Ukraine 5.2 6.650 11.850
13 Thea Brogli Switzerland 5.1 6.700 11.800
14 Tzuf Feldon Israel 5.1 6.650 11.750
15 Yana Fedorova Ukraine 5.3 5.850 11.150
16 Jasmin Mader Austria 4.7 6.400 11.100
17 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.6 6.550 -0.1 11.050
18 Jessica Diacci Switzerland 3.9 6.850 10.750
19 Sofie Skåttun Norway 4.2 6.450 10.650
20 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 4.9 5.450 10.350
21 Lucie Jirikova Czech Republic 4.5 5.600 10.100
22 Sofie Bråten Norway 3.9 6.000 9.900
23 Boglarka Tömböl Hungary 3.9 5.650 9.550
24 Anastasija Dubova Latvia 4.2 5.250 9.450
25 Mammule Rankoe South Africa 3.9 5.100 9.000
26 Ka Man Leung Hong Kong 4.0 3.150 7.150

Women’s Floor Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.4 8.150 -0.1 13.450
2 Flavia Saraiva Brazil 5.3 8.100 -0.1 13.300
3 Carina Kröll Germany 4.9 8.050 12.950
4 Ellie Black Canada 4.6 8.250 12.850
Barbora Mokosova Slovakia 4.6 8.250 12.850
6 Thea Brogli Switzerland 4.5 8.050 12.550
7 Tamara Mrdenovic Serbia 4.3 8.150 12.450
8 Valeriia Osipova Ukraine 4.7 7.500 12.200
9 Jasmin Mader Austria 4.0 8.050 12.050
10 Anastasiia Bieliaieva Ukraine 4.6 7.400 -0.1 11.900
11 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.1 7.700 11.800
12 Naveen Daries South Africa 4.2 7.350 11.550
13 Tzuf Feldon Israel 4.2 7.300 11.500
14 Lucie Jirikova Czech Republic 4.4 7.100 11.500
15 Dejana Kuzmanovic Serbia 4.1 7.350 11.450
16 Marija Ribalcenko Latvia 4.4 7.050 11.450
17 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.5 6.900 -0.2 11.200
18 Amélie Föllinger Germany 4.7 6.400 11.100
19 Courtney Noel South Africa 4.3 6.050 10.350
20 Boglarka Devai Hungary 3.5 7.100 -0.3 10.300
21 Ana Poscic Croatia 4.4 5.900 10.300

Men’s Floor Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.4 7.950 14.350
2 Eddie Penev United States 6.3 8.000 14.300
3 Arthur Zanetti Brazil 5.9 8.050 13.950
4 Casimir Schmidt Netherlands 6.0 8.250 -0.3 13.950
5 Antonios Tantaldis Greece 5.9 8.100 -0.1 13.900
6 Bram Verhofstad Netherlands 5.8 8.100 13.900
7 Alexander Shatilov Israel 5.5 8.350 13.850
8 Artem Dolgopyat Israel 6.4 7.700 -0.3 13.800
9 Rok Klavora Slovenia 5.5 8.150 13.650
10 Majdi Al-Hmood Jordan 5.5 8.000 13.500
11 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 5.2 8.000 13.200
12 Luka Terbovsek Slovenia 4.9 8.250 13.150
13 Vladyslav Kotsiuban Ukraine 4.6 8.500 13.100
14 Rene Cournoyer Canada 5.0 8.100 13.100
15 Odin Kalvø Norway 5.4 7.550 12.950
16 Dirk Kathan Austria 5.5 7.450 12.950
17 Petar Velickovic Serbia 4.9 7.950 -0.1 12.750
18 Davide Sborchia Italy 5.2 7.550 12.750
19 Christoforos Konstantinidis Greece 5.7 7.000 -0.3 12.400
20 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.7 6.500 -0.2 12.000
21 Adria Vera Spain 5.6 6.500 -0.2 11.900
22 Jeremy Bartholomeusz Canada 4.8 6.950 -0.1 11.650
23 Joel Plata Spain 5.6 6.050 11.650
24 Florian Lindner Germany 4.7 6.850 -0.1 11.450
25 Dusan Dordevic Serbia 4.4 6.350 10.750
26 Alexander Benda Austria 3.7 6.100 -0.1 9.700
27 Krisztian Boncser Hungary 2.9 7.150 -4.1 5.950

Men’s Pommel Horse Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Krisztian Berki Hungary 6.2 9.000 15.200
2 Zoltan Kallai Hungary 5.8 8.550 14.350
3 Slavomir Michnak Slovakia 5.4 8.700 14.100
4 Ahmad Abu Al Soud Jordan 6.1 7.850 13.950
5 Saso Bertoncelj Slovenia 5.6 8.300 13.900
Bart Deurloo Netherlands 5.6 8.300 13.900
7 Boudewijn de Vries Netherlands 5.6 8.250 13.850
8 Francisco Barretto Jr. Brazil 5.6 8.050 13.650
9 Jossimar Calvo Colombia 6.3 7.250 13.550
10 Marios Georgiou Cyprus 5.8 7.700 13.500
11 Jakov Vlahek Croatia 5.5 7.900 13.400
12 Donothan Bailey United States 5.6 7.800 13.400
13 Moran Yanuka Israel 5.6 7.800 13.400
14 Thierry Pellerin Canada 5.5 7.750 13.250
15 Pietro Giachino Norway 5.3 7.850 13.150
16 Ivan Rittschik Germany 6.0 7.100 13.100
17 Robert Tvorogal Lithuania 5.0 7.750 12.750
18 Dirk Kathan Austria 4.5 8.200 12.700
19 Nils Dunkel Germany 5.8 6.900 12.700
20 Matija Baron Croatia 5.8 6.900 12.700
21 Tomas Kuzmickas Lithuania 4.7 7.950 12.650
22 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 5.2 7.300 12.500
23 Jose Fuentes Venezuela 5.9 6.400 12.300
24 Davide Sborchia Italy 4.6 7.650 12.250
25 Petar Velickovic Serbia 4.5 7.700 12.200
26 Vladyslav Kotsiuban Ukraine 5.2 7.000 12.200
27 Evan Cruz Canada 6.1 6.050 12.150
28 Artem Dolgopyat Israel 5.6 6.450 12.050
29 Jure Pavlica Slovenia 4.1 7.800 11.900
30 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.4 6.450 11.850
31 Vasileios Kollias Greece 5.6 6.250 11.850
32 Andres Martin Spain 5.5 6.050 11.550
33 Bojan Dejanovic Serbia 5.1 6.350 11.450
34 Andrea Russo Italy 4.2 6.450 10.650
35 Charalampos Kalidis Greece 4.9 5.250 10.150
36 Joel Plata Spain 4.9 4.750 9.650
37 Vetle Talsnes Norway 4.9 4.550 9.450

Men’s Rings Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Arthur Zanetti Brazil 6.1 8.800 14.900
2 Marco Lodadio Italy 6.3 8.200 14.500
3 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.1 8.300 14.400
4 Kiu Chung Ng Hong Kong 6.1 8.050 14.150
5 Rene Cournoyer Canada 5.2 8.500 13.700
6 Michael Fussenegger Austria 5.5 8.150 13.650
7 Eyal Glazer Israel 5.6 8.050 13.650
8 Adham Alsqour Jordan 5.4 7.900 13.300
9 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.3 7.850 13.150
10 Florian Lindner Germany 5.9 7.200 13.100
11 Adria Vera Spain 4.9 8.000 12.900
12 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 6.1 6.700 12.800
13 Rick Jacobs Netherlands 4.6 8.100 12.700
14 Andrea Russo Italy 4.9 7.700 12.600
15 Odin Kalvø Norway 4.4 8.150 12.550
16 Eduard Yermakov Ukraine 5.8 6.750 12.550
17 Casimir Schmidt Netherlands 5.4 6.800 12.200
18 Nils Dunkel Germany 5.8 6.300 12.100
19 Christoforos Konstantinidis Greece 5.8 6.300 12.100
20 Kevin Traid Spain 5.4 6.650 12.050
21 Irodotos Georgallas Cyprus 3.9 7.100 11.000
22 Luka Bojanc Slovenia 4.6 5.550 -0.3 9.850

Men’s Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Casimir Schmidt Netherlands 5.6 9.000 14.600 14.500
5.2 9.200 14.400
2 Eddie Penev United States 5.0 9.300 14.300 14.475
5.2 9.450 14.650
3 Donnell Whittenburg United States 5.6 8.850 14.450 14.375
5.2 9.100 14.300
4 Andrey Medvedev Israel 5.6 8.950 -0.1 14.450 14.100
5.6 8.150 13.750
5 Man Hin Jim Hong Kong 5.2 8.850 -0.1 13.950 13.775
4.8 8.800 13.600
6 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 4.8 9.200 14.000 13.600
4.0 9.200 13.200
7 Vladyslav Kotsiuban Ukraine 5.2 8.600 -0.1 13.700 13.575
4.8 8.650 13.450
8 Jeremy Bartholomeusz Canada 4.8 9.050 13.850 13.450
4.0 9.050 13.050
9 Majdi Al-Hmood Jordan 4.0 8.850 12.850 13.350
4.8 9.050 13.850
10 Davide Sborchia Italy 5.2 7.950 -0.1 13.050 13.050
4.0 9.050 13.050

Men’s Parallel Bars Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Donnell Whittenburg United States 6.3 8.800 15.100
2 Marios Georgiou Cyprus 5.6 8.750 14.350
3 Jossimar Calvo Colombia 6.2 7.800 14.000
4 Ivan Rittschik Germany 5.9 8.050 13.950
5 Robert Tvorogal Lithuania 5.7 8.150 13.850
6 Yevgen Yudenkov Ukraine 5.6 8.150 13.750
7 Rene Cournoyer Canada 5.6 8.100 13.700
8 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.6 7.850 13.450
9 Rick Jacobs Netherlands 5.0 8.400 13.400
10 Francisco Barretto Jr. Brazil 5.7 7.600 13.300
11 Andres Martin Spain 5.3 7.950 13.250
12 Nils Dunkel Germany 5.3 7.850 13.150
13 Donothan Bailey United States 5.7 7.450 13.150
14 Carlo Macchini Italy 4.8 8.000 12.800
15 Joel Plata Spain 5.4 7.350 12.750
16 Alexander Benda Austria 4.2 8.500 12.700
17 Lorenz Rüf Austria 4.7 7.750 12.450
18 Pietro Giachino Norway 5.4 7.050 12.450
19 Jostyn Fuenmayor Venezuela 5.6 6.800 12.400
20 Andrea Russo Italy 4.8 7.450 12.250
21 Eduard Yermakov Ukraine 4.9 6.950 11.850
22 Man Hin Jim Hong Kong 4.8 6.900 11.700
23 Alen Dimic Slovenia 5.5 5.950 11.450
24 Majdi Al-Hmood Jordan 4.8 6.500 11.300
25 Evan Cruz Canada 5.3 5.200 10.500

Men’s High Bar Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Tin Srbic Croatia 5.9 8.500 14.400
2 David Vecsernyes Hungary 5.9 8.300 14.200
3 Jossimar Calvo Colombia 6.5 7.700 14.200
4 Bart Deurloo Netherlands 6.1 8.050 14.150
5 Robert Tvorogal Lithuania 5.3 8.800 14.100
6 Marios Georgiou Cyprus 5.5 8.550 14.050
7 Carlo Macchini Italy 5.9 8.000 13.900
8 Tomas Kuzmickas Lithuania 5.1 8.450 13.550
9 Francisco Barretto Jr. Brazil 6.1 7.150 13.250
10 Lucas Bitencourt Brazil 5.8 7.150 12.950
11 Vetle Talsnes Norway 4.8 7.850 12.650
12 Ivan Rittschik Germany 5.4 7.100 12.500
13 Adham Alsqour Jordan 5.6 6.900 12.500
14 Pietro Giachino Norway 5.7 6.800 12.500
15 Alen Dimic Slovenia 5.2 7.250 12.450
16 Vladyslav Kotsiuban Ukraine 4.6 7.750 12.350
17 Andrea Russo Italy 5.0 7.350 12.350
18 Jose Fuentes Venezuela 5.6 6.650 12.250
19 Lorenz Rüf Austria 4.8 7.400 12.200
20 Boudewijn de Vries Netherlands 5.0 7.100 12.100
21 Florian Lindner Germany 4.7 7.350 12.050
22 Andres Martin Spain 5.1 6.900 12.000
23 Man Hin Jim Hong Kong 3.8 8.000 11.800
24 Nikola Jurkovic Serbia 4.9 6.900 11.800
25 Alexander Benda Austria 4.3 7.200 11.500
26 Rene Cournoyer Canada 4.8 6.400 11.200
27 Joel Plata Spain 4.8 5.950 10.750
28 Jeremy Bartholomeusz Canada 4.0 6.350 10.350
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17 thoughts on “2017 Koper Challenge Cup Results

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  2. Rebeca competed a DTY and a Lopez, right? With the Amanar, she will definately be a medal contender at worlds, maybe even with the DTY, considering her execution (she got a 15 at Jesolo).

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    • Especially since the field will be depleted this year. Although I can imagine that Shallon Olsen will fight hard to upgrade and medal since worlds will be at home for her, Ellie Downie will probably get the Cheng, possibly an Amanar too to try and win, Chusovitina can sneak in, and Hong Un Jong always manages to get up there. Andrade will undoubtedly contend if healthy, but it depends on where the top contenders are in terms of difficulty by then.

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      • We can’t rule out a Skinner comeback yet… I think she could take the title if Paseka doesn’t make worlds but I think she’ll improve by Worlds. I can see Hong winning a medal but I don’t think there are any locks for gold on any event yet.

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        • Definitely no locks for gold. What’s really interesting is that if you think about it, we haven’t seen any locks for a medal in general,which is what I love most about Simone not competing this year. For vault, yeah Skinner could win if she comes back but she hasn’t committed to coming back to elite, all she said is that the option is open in her mind, but to me it sounds like she’ll at least try. I’m not sure about Paseka. If there’s one thing we can learn from the Russian gymnasts, its that you should never count them out, because they’ll always prove the nay-sayers wrong. But i feel that with Pasekas health issues it won’t be wise to push her for worlds. The one that I think could be the surprise winner is Shallon Olsen. She said she’s upgrading one of her vaults for worlds in Lauren’s interview and when Shallon added “you probably know what it is” I assume it’s going to be the DTY-Amanar. The only thing with Shallon is that she sometimes has messy form on the Khorkina, but I think that if she qualifies to finals and does the Amanar/Khorkina combo cleanly she can get a medal, if not win.

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        • Rebeca is ready for a medal at Worlds! She has the best DTY until now, and easily can throw an Amanar at Worlds

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  3. When Larissa Iordache is first on bars in a not too shabby international field…
    Remember when she only ever posted bars workouts before the Olympics – her injury might have helped her bars!

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    • It most certainly did not, she broke and then reinjured her finger, which is really bad for uneven bars. The reason why she only posted bars workouts was to show that she was getting skills back and making progress going into the olympics.

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  5. Rebeca tem o Aamanar pronto desde quando era juvenil, após o ACL ela mostrou nos Jogos Olimpicos que saltar Amanar não é problema para ela. Quem assistiu a Koper viu que seul Lopez está nas alturas e que um Mustafina ou Cheng é só questão de tempo e pouco tempo, mas todos nós sabemos que a pretensão é o Cheng. Rebeca com Amanar e Mustafina é ouro certo, com Amanar e Lopes é medalhista certa. Tudo está a critério dela mesma. Além disso ela também vem forte para o all around, além de estar preparando um FX poderoso para o mundial. Além disso, temos Flávia Saraiva que também vem forte para o AA, BB e FX e a nova senior Thais Fidelis com a sua BB de 6.3 e FX de 5.8. O Brasil chega ao seu melhor patamar agora em 2017 e deve brigar por medalha no TF no Mundial de 2018, pois teremos Lorrane Oliveira recuperada e a nova sernior Fabiane Valemtim, muito talentosa para 2018.

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  6. Rebeca has the Aamanar ready since when she was young, after the ACL she showed at the Olympics that jumping Amanar is no problem for her. Who watched Koper saw that Lopez is in the highest and that a Mustafina or Cheng is only a matter of time and time, but we all know that the pretense is Cheng. Rebeca with Amanar and Mustafina is certain gold, with Amanar and Lopes is right medalist. Everything is at her discretion. In addition it also comes strong for the all around, besides being preparing a powerful FX for the world-wide one. In addition, we have Flávia Saraiva who also comes strong for AA, BB and FX and the new senior Thais Fidelis with his BB of 6.3 and FX of 5.8. Brazil reaches its best level now in 2017 and should fight for a medal in the TF in the 2018 World Cup, as we will have Lorrane Oliveira recovered and the new Fabiano Valemtim, very talented for 2018.

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