2017 Russian Cup Results

The 2017 Russian Cup was held from August 21 through August 27 in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.325 14.825 14.075 14.425 57.650
2 Elena Eremina St Petersburg 12.850 14.700 14.300 14.250 56.100
3 Maria Kharenkova Southern 13.650 12.550 15.150 14.125 55.475
4 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.575 11.400 13.675 14.200 53.850
5 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.250 12.525 13.325 13.500 53.600
6 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.300 13.225 13.775 12.850 53.150
7 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 14.125 13.350 12.175 12.650 52.300
8 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 13.100 13.775 12.250 12.550 51.675
9 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.350 11.650 12.325 12.975 50.300
10 Viktoria Gazeeva Moscow 13.150 12.575 12.675 11.875 50.275
11 Varvara Batalova St Petersburg 12.725 12.150 12.250 12.650 49.775
12 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.200 12.750 10.625 12.625 49.200
13 Elena Likhodolskaya Central 12.750 11.075 12.125 12.100 48.050
14 Anastasia Kuznetsova Moscow 12.575 10.175 11.575 12.875 47.200
15 Anastasia Cheong St Petersburg 12.800 10.175 11.425 12.375 46.775
16 Daria Reznik Volga 12.400 11.025 10.675 11.900 46.000
17 Ekaterina Boeva St Petersburg 12.175 11.075 10.700 11.725 45.675
18 Ekaterina Polikarpova Central —— 5.700 —— —— 5.700

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT 1 VT 2 Average
1 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.750 13.800 14.275
2 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.525 13.800 14.162
3 Angelina Melnikova Central 12.975 14.300 13.637
4 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.250 13.075 13.162
5 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.225 13.050 13.137

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 15.275
2 Elena Eremina St Petersburg 14.975
3 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 14.675
4 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.650
5 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.575
6 Viktoria Gazeeva Moscow 13.150
7 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 13.100
8 Polina Fedorova Volga 12.600

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.825
2 Maria Kharenkova Southern 14.800
3 Elena Eremina St Petersburg 14.275
4 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 14.150
5 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.050
6 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.850
7 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 13.325
8 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 12.475

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Maria Kharenkova Southern 14.500
2 Elena Eremina St Petersburg 14.200
3 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 13.925
4 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.500
5 Angelina Melnikova Central 12.725
6 Varvara Batalova St Petersburg 12.625
7 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 12.550
8 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 11.650

All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Elena Eremina St Petersburg 14.000 15.175 14.450 14.275 57.900
2 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.625 14.775 14.300 13.875 57.575
3 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 14.075 14.550 13.025 13.425 55.075
4 Maria Kharenkova Southern 13.725 12.100 14.300 14.000 54.125
5 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.125 13.175 13.750 12.950 53.000
6 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.200 11.275 14.300 13.175 52.950
7 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.650 10.975 13.175 13.350 52.150
8 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.225 13.100 12.450 13.250 52.025
9 Viktoria Gazeeva Moscow 12.825 13.050 12.675 11.875 50.425
10 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 13.650 12.700 11.850 11.450 49.650
11 Ekaterina Polikarpova Central 13.200 12.375 11.150 12.725 49.450
12 Anastasia Cheong St Petersburg 12.900 11.275 12.825 12.350 49.350
13 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.575 12.450 10.600 12.175 48.800
14 Varvara Batalova St Petersburg 12.100 11.800 11.625 13.025 48.550
15 Daria Reznik Volga 12.425 10.850 12.500 12.225 48.000
16 Elena Likhodolskaya Central 12.475 11.250 11.550 12.500 47.775
17 Anastasia Kuznetsova Moscow 12.450 11.650 11.425 11.850 47.375
18 Ekaterina Boeva St Petersburg 12.200 10.725 12.050 11.975 46.950
19 Maria Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.150 11.000 11.825 11.150 46.125
Elena Aleksenko Ural 12.150 10.925 11.125 11.925 46.125
21 Valentina Lukovnikova Central 12.550 9.650 11.100 12.000 45.300
22 Daria Lopatina Volga 13.325 8.825 10.500 11.900 44.550
23 Ekaterina Levchenko Volga 11.775 10.425 10.950 11.300 44.450
24 Renata Gareyeva Volga 12.100 9.025 10.725 11.875 43.725
25 Anna Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.125 6.900 11.000 11.725 41.750
26 Svetlana Prokopeva Ural 10.475 6.450 8.125 11.600 36.650
27 Anastasia Baiguzhina Ural 11.150 3.675 8.175 10.625 33.625
28 Ilzida Minibaeva Ural 11.575 —— 10.150 10.700 32.425
29 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia —— 14.700 13.900 —— 28.600
30 Alyona Arkusha Siberia 12.975 —— —— 10.875 23.850

Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT 1 VT 2 Average
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.625 14.425 14.525
2 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.650 13.775 14.212
3 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.200 13.475 13.837
4 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 13.225 13.200 13.212
5 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.575 12.775 13.175

Team Final Results

Rank District VT UB BB FX Total
1 MOSCOW (Ksenia Artemova, Elizaveta Kochetkova, Uliana Perebinosova, Viktoria Trykina) 41.850 40.100 39.775 39.850 161.575
2 ST PETERSBURG (Varvara Batalova, Ekaterina Boeva, Anastasia Cheong, Elena Eremina) 39.100 38.250 39.325 39.650 156.325
3 CENTRAL (Elena Likhodolskaya, Valentina Lukovnikova, Angelina Melnikova, Ekaterina Polikarpova) 40.375 38.400 37.000 39.100 154.875
4 VOLGA (Polina Fedorova, Natalia Kapitonova, Daria Lopatina, Daria Reznik) 40.100 36.725 38.100 37.075 152.000
5 NORTHWESTERN (Eleonora Afanasyeva, Anna Vanyushkina, Maria Vanyushkina) 38.925 28.875 36.000 36.225 140.025
6 URAL (Elena Aleksenko, Anastasia Baiguzhina, Ilzida Minibaeva, Svetlana Prokopeva) 34.875 21.050 29.450 34.225 119.600
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27 thoughts on “2017 Russian Cup Results

  1. What did eremina vault/ have you seen d scores? If it was a double that is a low score (especially considering everything is so high.) Or is it a over scored FTY?

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    • I haven’t seen her vault yet but she upgraded to a DTY earlier this year and it wasn’t very good…I could see her going back to her 1.5, which was nice, so it could’ve been that she went back to that and hit it well, or just had a really rough double.

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      • That makes sense! Yeah I was just like ehhh I have no idea what this is lol!!! But yeah I remember that DTY at euros being a little rough…

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    • Actually if you saw the routines, you would see that the judging wasn’t bad; I’m not saying that all those scores were right on, but with the exception of a couple of the Bars routines, the scoring was pretty accurate. Eremina had big upgrades on floor and Bars, and Melnikova hit her full difficulty routines.

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      • Russia has improved on floor. I was impressed with Kharenkova’s comeback.
        Do you know what is wrong with Kapitonova? Is she injured?

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        • I think she just imploded. I’m sure Valentina saying that they were considering no longer working with her after Euros didn’t help her mindset in training.

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        • She’s pretty clearly going through puberty (and has been all year) so everything looks like a struggle right now. Hopefully she takes the rest of the year to adjust and comes back next year ready to challenge. Same is true for Seda tbh.

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    • I thought that too looking at the scores, but after seeing Some of the routines, theyre honestly not crazy. Eremina is looking especially amazing with a dlo on floor as well as a triple trist as her last pass, super solid beam and a crazy bar routine Where she connected her Nabieva to her pac and then straight to Chow 1/2! Of course theyre a little bit high but thats every national competition

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  2. Scores are obvioulsy inflated, but they are in all national competitions ! Nobody thinks that Eremina could have more than 15 on UB at WC.
    Gym scores are relative and not absolute values. So, if it’s not relevant to compare Russian Cup with P&G, it makes sense to compare scores into the same competition. So, we can say that Eremina and Melnikova are the best Russian AAers. Kapitonova (the reigning Russian champion) seems today out of the game.We can say that it’s the first time from 2 years that Melnikova hits all of her routines !!! I like this very much !
    It seems as well relevant to compare the present scores with the scores these girls got at Russian championships (because the same judges judged I guess). In April, at Russian championships, one month before European championships, Eremina got 52.366 with two falls.
    [Just as a reminder, at European championships, at qualifications, she got 55.750 with one fall ; she would have been 4th at P&G with this international score … Not so bad].
    And today, Eremina has got 57.950 without any fall. She has got 5.584 more than at Russian championships 5 months ago : we can say she is better and better. And, personally, I consider she is a real contender for podium for next WC.
    And Perebinosova ‘s tweedle to Ezhova is just great !

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  3. Hopefully they can finally be competitive for podium without mustafina…. cant wait for worlds.. us will finally have real competition?

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  4. Good to see Kharenkova back and looking pretty good! Perebinosova finally making her senior debut too. They should definitely be in the picture for next year’s team worlds if they’re healthy.

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  5. I would be scared if I was Illiankova. If both Melnikova and Eremina outscore her on beam and bars then she’ll get 2-per countried out of her 2 best events at worlds. Paseka’s also looking pretty shaky so I guess the door has been opened for 2 new people. Melnikova and Eremina are locked in my opinion. They could take Kharenkova for floor and beam but she could get 2 per countries out by Melnikova and Eremina. I guess they’ll end up sticking with Paseka and Illiankova, although Kharenkova still has chances.

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    • I agree! Obviously they got 2 AA that are likely to qualify also for the event finals… So I would pick Paseka on vault and a 4th gymnast who’s pretty good on the other 3 events… So if one of the 2 AA fails a routine they will have this third person who could qualify…. They maximize their chances, especially on beam, where we know that falls happen often..

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    • I think Iliankova would be fine. Melnikova’s bars were overscored by about 0.6 in terms of E (I had two brevet judges look at her bars, which got a 14.775 with an 8.575 E, and they came up with an average of 7.9 E without knowing her real score, getting her to a 14.1 which is more realistic for her with that routine). I haven’t seen Iliankova’s bars yet from today but I would imagine they’re cleaner and will score better internationally unless she’s struggling.

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      • I hope for Kharenkova for BB/FX instead Iliankova UB. If Eremina (and also Melka) hit UB, they CAN both qualify to the final and Russia is fine. All have fallen on BB with Kharenkova having the most chances BY FAR to medal. Also Kharenkova’s FX can score out both Melka and Eremina. My pick would definately be Kharenkova for either Paseka (which is not gonna happen) or Iliankova, who’s bars haven’t impressed me and she’s likely to get 2 per countried out.

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  8. I was conflicted. Now I agree with Lauren. Kharenkova has been rock solid throughout the entire competition, never scoring below 14 on floor and doing amazing on Beam. I think Kharenkova should go to Montreal over Paseka. Kharenkova has two decent shots at medals. I think it should be Eremina/Melnikova AA, Iliankova UB and Kharenkova BB/FX. I guess they could throw Kharenkova and Iliankova on vault just cause but that would be pointless, and they’re already planning on not putting anyone up on floor with the preliminary team anyway.

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  10. World’s will be so interesting I simply can’t wait. I know they will take Paseka because she will definitely medal in the vault and if she hits it will be good so why not. Eremina, melnikova they remind me of the mustafina, komova world championships which was my favourite by far. Then Paseka and Kharenkova. I just wish sedan could come back and hit beam and floor so she can take the place of Kharenkova. I always feel sorry for sedan because of her inconsistencies.

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