Who’s Going to EYOF?

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Hungarians Nora Feher, Sara Peter, Bianka Schermann, and Csenge Bacskay are looking strong as the host team of the 2017 European Olympic Festival.

Next week, the European Youth Olympic Festival kicks off in Györ, Hungary and The Gymternet will be there to capture the action! We’ll have some previews of the teams and competitors coming up over the next few days, but for now, here’s our master list of everyone you can expect to compete.

ARMENIA

  • Anahit Assadourian

Confirmed via coach Houry Gebeshian on July 12.

AUSTRIA

  • Alissa Mörz
  • Ronja Reuss
  • Pirjo Wolfisberg

Conazfirmed by Österreichischer Fachverband für Turnen on July 22.

AZERBAIJAN

  • Samira Gahramanova

Nominative.

BELARUS

  • Anastasiya Alistratova
  • Dziyana Kirykovich
  • Aliaksandra Varabyova

Confirmed by the Belarusian Gymnastics Federation on July 22.

BELGIUM

  • Margaux Daveloose
  • Kay-li de Neef
  • Julie Vandamme

Confirmed by GymFed on July 6. Cato Fleurackers is the alternate.

BULGARIA

  • Raya Apostolova
  • Ivana Baramova
  • Raya Ranchova
  • Neli Todorova

Nominative.

CROATIA

  • Ira Bencinic

Nominative.

CYPRUS

  • Gloria Philassides

Nominative.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Confirmed by Ceska Gymnasticka Federace on July 17. Eliska Firtova and Barbora Travnickova are the alternates.

FINLAND

  • Ada Hautala
  • Sani Mäkelä
  • Iida-Maria Vänni

Confirmed by Suomen Voimistelulitto on July 17.

FRANCE

  • Aglae Adam-Cuvillier
  • Aline Friess
  • Célia Serber

Confirmed by the French gymnastics federation. As of July 19, Carolann Heduit has been replaced by Aglae Adam-Cuvillier due to an ankle injury.

GEORGIA

  • Lali Dekanoidze
  • Mariam Peradze
  • Anna Subbotina

Nominative.

GERMANY

Confirmed by the Deutscher Turner-Bund on July 12. Lisa Schöniger is the alternate.

GREAT BRITAIN

Confirmed by British Gymnastics on June 28.

GREECE

  • Elvira Katsali
  • Evelina Magia
  • Maria-Eleni Makridou

Confirmed by the Greek Gymnastics Federation on July 20.

HUNGARY

  • Csenge Bacskay
  • Nora Feher
  • Bianka Schermann

Confirmed by Magyar Torna Szövetség on July 4. Sara Peter is the alternate.

ICELAND

  • Margret Kristinsdottir
  • Sonja Olafsdottir
  • Tinna Teitsdottir

Confirmed by Fimleikasamband Islands on May 29.

IRELAND

  • Jane Heffernan
  • Meg Ryan
  • Emma Slevin

Confirmed by Gymnastics Ireland on July 17.

ITALY

Confirmed by Federazione Ginnastica d’Italia on July 20. 

LATVIA

  • Marija Sajovko
  • Linda Tugarinova
  • Elina Vihrova

Nominative.

LITHUANIA

  • Austeja Dauskurdyte
  • Meda Gutauskaite
  • Greta Semionova
  • Egle Stalinkeviciute

Nominative.

NETHERLANDS

  • Astrid de Zeeuw
  • Juliette Pijnacker
  • Sanna Veerman

Confirmed by KNGU on June 28. Sara van Disseldorp and Laura de Witt are the alternates.

NORWAY

  • Sara Davidsen
  • Edel Fosse
  • Mari Kanter
  • Anne Tingvold

Nominative.

POLAND

  • Oliwia Luka
  • Barbara Sikora

Confirmed by the Polski Zwiazek Gimnastyczny on July 18.

PORTUGAL

  • Beatriz Cardoso
  • Rafaela Ferreira

Confirmed by the Federacão de Ginastica de Portugal on July 22.

ROMANIA

  • Iulia Berar
  • Denisa Golgota
  • Nica Ivanus

Confirmed by Cuget Liber on July 18. Laura Iacob is the alternate.

RUSSIA

Confirmed via Twitter on July 22.

SERBIA

  • Andjela Djurdjevic

Confirmed via Facebook on July 22.

SLOVAKIA

  • Chiara Bunce
  • Kristina Pychova
  • Karolina Takacova

Confirmed by the Slovenska Gymnasticka Federacia on July 22.

SLOVENIA

  • Lara Crnjac
  • Gaja Zabnikar

Nominative.

SPAIN

  • Andrea Carmona
  • Emma Fernandez
  • Violeta Sanchez

Confirmed by the Real Federacion Española de Gimnasia on July 21.

SWEDEN

  • Jessica Castles
  • Kristina Undheim
  • Cecilia Wrangdahl

Confirmed by Svensk Gymnastik on July 6.

SWITZERLAND

  • Leonie Meier
  • Anina Wildi
  • Anny Wu

Confirmed by Schweizerischer Turnverband on July 17.

TURKEY

  • Nazli Savranbasi
  • Yaren Turan
  • Ezgi Yesil

Confirmed by the Türkiye Cimnastik Federasyonu Baskanligi on July 22.

UKRAINE

Nominative.

Article by Lauren Hopkins

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13 thoughts on “Who’s Going to EYOF?

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    • Probably because their best junior isn’t age-eligible…”juniors” are technically only 14 and 15 year olds (born in 2002 or 2003 to be eligible this year) but Camille Rasmussen, the best Danish junior, is only 13, born in 2004. Probably not worth it to send juniors who aren’t at some sort of standard they’ve set for international competition…but we’ll definitely see Camille at Junior Euros next year and EYOF in 2019!

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  2. Interesting thing I noticed about Georgia: I recognized Lali Dekanoidze from her competing at the Nastia Cup before.

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    • Yup! She will be a great addition to that country’s roster as they’ve been building in the past few years…hoping for good things from her in Hungary next week!

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  3. I don’t know if the Portuguese federation has already confirmed these two girls but one of the senior gymnasts, Leonor Feijó, posted a picture with both of them wishing them good luck for the EYOF so I guess this is some kind of confirmation they’re definitely the ones to represent Portugal in Hungary.

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