2017 Chinese Junior Championships Results

The 2017 Chinese Junior Championships were held from June 13 through June 19 in Weinan, China.

Junior 2002 All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete Province VT UB BB FX AA
1 Sheng Jingyi Zhejiang 13.134 11.800 11.867 12.174 48.935
2 Yang Shuhan Hunan 12.867 11.567 12.034 12.000 48.468
3 Zhou Xizi Beijing 12.000 11.834 11.667 11.667 47.168
4 Qin Ziyi Guangxi 12.234 11.367 10.667 12.367 46.635
5 Tian Xinyu Guangxi 10.567 10.234 11.100 11.474 43.335
6 Tang Yao Jiangxi 11.934 6.434 10.800 11.834 41.002

Junior 2002 Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Province D E ND Total Average
1 Sheng Jingyi Zhejiang 4.6 8.000 -0.1 12.500 12.467
4.2 8.234 12.434
2 Tian Xinyu Guangxi 4.8 7.600 12.400 11.550
2.0 8.700 10.700
3 Yang Shuhan Hunan 4.6 7.967 12.567 11.617
2.0 8.667 10.667
4 Zhou Xizi Beijing 3.5 8.400 11.900 11.367
2.0 8.834 10.834
5 Tang Yao Jiangxi 3.7 8.034 -0.1 11.634 11.150
2.0 8.667 10.667

Junior 2002 Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Province D E ND Total
1 Qin Ziyi Guangxi 5.0 7.067 12.067
2 Zhou Xizi Beijing 4.6 7.000 11.600
3 Sheng Jingyi Zhejiang 4.2 6.934 11.134
4 Yang Shuhan Hunan 4.4 6.700 11.100
5 Tian Xinyu Guangxi 2.8 7.800 10.600
6 Tang Yao Jiangxi 2.2 7.400 9.600

Junior 2002 All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Province VT UB BB FX AA
1 Sheng Jingyi Zhejiang 13.134 11.767 12.900 12.200 50.001
2 Yang Shuhan Hunan 13.100 11.400 13.067 12.000 49.567
3 Qin Ziyi Guangxi 11.800 12.567 10.334 12.834 47.535
4 Wu Mengyao Hebei 11.800 12.867 12.200 11.234 48.101
5 Zhou Xizi Beijing 11.900 11.434 12.734 10.434 46.502
6 Tang Yao Jiangxi 12.067 10.300 12.600 10.334 45.301
7 Tian Xinyu Guangxi 12.434 9.967 10.600 11.534 44.535

Junior 2003-2004 All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete Province VT UB BB FX AA
1 Wei Xiaoyuan Shanxi 13.167 11.034 13.134 12.000 49.335
2 Liu Xing Hubei 13.034 11.700 12.100 12.267 49.101
3 Guan Chenchen Zhejiang 12.267 11.400 12.800 12.667 49.134
4 Wang Jiarui Beijing 11.800 11.267 13.300 12.034 48.401
5 Chen Yanfei Zhejiang 12.234 11.267 12.900 11.900 48.301
6 Liu Sai Shandong 12.834 10.567 12.334 12.400 48.135
7 Su Yike Hunan 12.867 11.667 12.100 10.634 47.268
8 Yin Sisi Hubei 11.767 10.934 11.900 12.367 46.968
9 Wang Jingying Shanxi 10.700 11.534 12.167 11.567 45.968
10 Gao Yueqin Guangxi 11.600 10.400 11.834 12.167 46.001
11 Zhu Chenjin Jiangxi 11.734 9.567 12.600 11.767 45.668
12 Xu Nan Jiangsu 13.100 9.900 10.567 11.467 45.034
13 Li Haoyuan Wuhan 10.500 10.767 12.500 11.367 45.134
14 Lin Yutong Sichuan 10.434 11.200 12.134 11.034 44.802
15 Liu Lian Yunnan 11.700 9.900 11.767 10.767 44.134
16 Huang Zhixin Sha’anxi 11.634 11.734 10.067 10.367 43.802
17 Liu Ruiyan Wuhan 12.834 7.734 9.767 11.500 41.835
18 Huang Jiayi Jiangxi 11.934 9.567 9.467 10.467 41.435
19 Lin Yuxin Sichuan 10.600 7.334 11.800 10.700 40.434

Junior 2003-2004 Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Province D E ND Total Average
1 Shao Yuhang Zhejiang 4.8 8.467 13.267 13.100
4.6 8.334 12.934
2 Su Yike Hunan 4.8 8.234 13.034 12.817
4.1 8.500 12.600
3 Wei Xiaoyuan Shanxi 4.6 8.334 -0.1 12.834 12.350
3.5 8.367 11.867
4 Liu Xing Hubei 4.6 8.267 12.867 12.250
3.5 8.234 -0.1 11.634
5 Xu Nan Jiangsu 3.5 8.400 11.900 12.287
4.6 8.067 12.667
6 Zhang Silei Sha’anxi 3.7 8.500 12.200 12.150
3.5 8.600 12.100
7 Chen Yanfei Zhejiang 4.8 7.267 -0.3 11.767 11.933
3.7 8.400 12.100
8 Gao Yueqin Guangxi 4.6 7.234 -0.3 11.534 11.500
3.5 7.967 11.467

Junior 2003-2004 Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Province D E ND Total
1 Huang Zhixin Sha’anxi 4.3 7.067 11.367
2 Guan Chenchen Zhejiang 4.3 7.234 11.534
3 Wang Jiarui Beijing 4.5 6.834 11.334
4 Chen Yanfei Zhejiang 3.7 7.500 11.200
5 Yin Sisi Hubei 4.5 6.500 11.000
6 Wei Xiaoyuan Shanxi 4.5 6.500 11.000
7 Gao Yuegin Guangxi 4.3 6.234 10.534
8 Su Yike Hunan 4.2 5.534 9.734

Junior 2003-2004 All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Province VT UB BB FX AA
1 Guan Chenchen Zhejiang 12.267 12.100 13.934 12.634 50.935
2 Wei Xiaoyuan Shanxi 13.000 10.900 12.967 12.867 49.734
3 Wang Jiarui Beijing 11.700 11.900 13.667 12.300 49.567
4 Yin Sisi Hubei 12.000 12.100 12.934 12.300 49.334
5 Gao Yueqin Guangxi 12.467 11.334 11.600 13.034 48.435
6 Chen Yanfei Zhejiang 13.100 10.700 12.500 12.167 48.467
7 Su Yike Hunan 13.034 10.800 12.100 11.667 47.601
8 Zhao Shiting Guangdong 12.734 10.300 12.367 12.734 48.135
9 Liu Sai Shandong 13.100 8.800 12.900 12.300 47.100
10 Shao Yuhang Zhejiang 13.067 10.034 12.567 11.200 46.868
11 Wang Jingying Shanxi 10.800 10.200 13.134 11.634 45.768
12 Zhu Chenjin Jiangxi 12.034 9.634 12.500 11.800 45.968
13 Liu Xing Hubei 12.700 8.900 11.467 12.534 45.601
14 Huang Zhixin Sha’anxi 12.200 11.067 12.067 10.167 45.501
15 Liu Han Zhejiang 11.834 10.567 12.134 11.000 45.535
16 Zhang Silei Sha’anxi 12.367 10.167 10.767 11.500 44.801
17 Li Haoyuan Wuhan 10.800 10.767 12.467 10.934 44.968
18 Yang Le Hubei 11.967 10.334 11.267 11.300 44.868
19 Xu Nan Jiangsu 11.834 9.034 11.534 11.367 43.769
20 Huang Jiayi Jiangxi 12.100 10.134 11.467 10.334 44.035
21 Lin Yutong Sichuan 10.567 8.367 12.167 11.667 42.768
22 Peng Xuanxuan Sha’anxi 10.834 8.867 12.200 10.400 42.301
23 Liu Ruiyan Wuhan 11.834 7.767 11.334 11.234 42.169
24 Lin Yuxin Sichuan 10.500 8.467 11.467 10.700 41.134
25 Liu Lian Yunnan 11.734 9.834 10.600 9.034 41.202
26 Zhang Yi Hunan 11.634 —— 11.767 10.634 34.035
27 Wu Ruozhu Sha’anxi 10.867 1.100 6.267 8.167 26.401
28 Wu Siyuan Zhejiang 10.500 11.167 —— —— 21.667
Ye Meng Hubei —— 9.567 —— —— 9.567

Note: The Chinese juniors have an additional trampoline component to their all-around scores, but because it’s totally irrelevant to regular WAG scoring, I don’t include it here. Because of this, some all-around standings might look out of place.

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10 thoughts on “2017 Chinese Junior Championships Results

  1. I was about to leave you a comment saying something was off about the standings, and then I read the italics at the bottom, lol.

    I do wonder why Wu Mengyao, who appears 4th in the 2002 group’s qualifications isn’t in the final standings. Assuming a withdrawal for some reason?

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    • Hahaha yeah, their system is really weird…they get their actual AA score (which is what I included here), then a trampoline score (like a 13.5 or 10.6 or whatever, similar to the artistic scoring), and then a weird ‘final score’ which is like 3 points LOWER than their AA score? I’m like how does this work lol, it’s literally super weird. So I just cut out the trampoline and final score because it’s straight up dumb and completely irrelevant, but then a gymnast with a 48.1 will be higher in the rankings than a gymnast with a 48.5 because the girl with the 48.5 must’ve really effed up her trampoline hahaha. Oh well.

      I’m guessing Wu withdrew…though not sure why. Maybe got injured in warmups or something? At regular Chinese Championships they had a bunch of girls who qualified but then ended up not competing, and it’s usually because they’re either getting injured at the meet, or they have nagging problems and the coaches want to save them/not make their injuries worse just from doing a domestic meet when they have international stuff on the line.

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      • Thanks for the detailed response!

        As for the weirdness in the lower final score, maybe they factor the AA total and the weird trampoline score? I’ve seen something similar in figure skating, especially at the lower levels, where the Technical Elements Score (TES) and the Program Components Score (PCS) are given, but the Total Segment Score (TSS) is lower than the actual sum of the TES + PCS. Took me a few calculations to figure out that they factored both TES and PCS by some percentage before adding them up.

        Either way, it’s weird.

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        • Yeah, it’s AA and trampoline, but they’re not adding the two together…it’s gotta be some sort of percentage of the trampoline score subtracted from the AA? Like, just add the two?! IT MAKES MORE SENSE CHINA.

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    • The Chinese usually score much lower than other countries, but these are abnormally low for a country of their caliber. However, it is important to mention that some of their best juniors, like Li Qi and Du Siyu did not compete, along with a few others who are really good that I just can’t name off the top of my head.

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      • Most of the juniors did regular Chinese Championships last month so they were probably exempt from this. Off the top of my head, they were missing Chen Yile, Tang Xijing, Du Siyu, Li Qi, Wu Hongping, Liang Wenqi, Guo Fangting, Chen Jiaqi, Ye Dandan, Yang Haimeng, Wu Ziyue, Liu Jieyu, Wu Yanhui, Zhou Ruiyu…literally all of the top girls, some of whom are capable of scores around 52 or higher. Chen Yile is competing at about the same level as the seniors, and has hit a 55 AA, and then Tang Xijing, Du Siyu, and Liu Jieyu have all reached a 52+ while Li Qi has gotten high scores on her top events.

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  2. The name of the 2003-04 winner is Wei Xiaoyuan, not Wei Xiaoyun.

    As for the “tragic” nature of the scores, as someone else noted, the very best (potential Olympic caliber) 2002-03 girls skipped the meet to prepare for the National Games. 2004-born girls like Wei Xiaoyuan are very good, but they aren’t even eligible for this year’s National Games (the cut-off is 2003, I believe), so there’s no point in rushing the difficulty. Some of her routines from last year’s junior junior (9-12) championships are on YouTube. Her basics are solid, and the hard skills will come with time.

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