2017 Dutch Women’s Invitational Results

The 2017 Dutch International was held from September 9 through September 10 in Duiven, Netherlands.

All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Alice Kinsella Great Britain 14.000 12.950 11.950 12.650 51.550
2 Ana Perez Spain 13.600 13.250 12.150 11.950 50.950
3 Charlie Fellows Great Britain 13.650 12.000 12.400 12.750 50.800
4 Nora Fernandez Spain 13.600 13.000 12.900 10.600 50.100
5 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 14.300 11.200 12.400 11.450 49.350
6 Elisabeth Geurts Netherlands 14.100 12.100 11.600 11.300 49.100
7 Paula Raya Spain 13.500 11.700 11.900 10.900 48.000
8 Phoebe Turner Great Britain 13.400 10.350 11.600 12.200 47.550
9 Ofir Kremer Israel 12.650 10.200 9.850 11.300 44.000
10 Ofir Netzer Israel 13.600 9.850 9.000 9.150 41.600
11 Nina Derwael Belgium —— 14.800 12.900 —— 27.700
12 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 14.400 —— —— 13.100 27.500
13 Rune Hermans Belgium —— 12.900 13.100 —— 26.000
14 Mara Titarsolej Netherlands —— 10.400 11.750 —— 22.150
15 Sherine El-Zeiny Egypt —— 9.400 10.700 —— 20.100
16 Sanne Wevers Netherlands —— —— 13.950 —— 13.950
17 Lieke Wevers Netherlands —— —— 13.500 —— 13.500
18 Georgia-Mae Fenton Great Britain —— 12.300 —— —— 12.300

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 5.4 9.100 14.500 14.134
4.8 8.967 13.767
2 Elisabeth Geurts Netherlands 5.0 9.167 14.167 13.650
4.2 8.933 13.133
3 Phoebe Turner Great Britain 5.4 8.933 14.333 13.567
4.0 8.800 12.800
4 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.8 8.400 13.200 13.484
4.8 8.967 13.767

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Georgia-Mae Fenton Great Britain 5.5 8.233 13.733
2 Ana Perez Spain 5.7 7.800 13.500
3 Charlie Fellows Great Britain 5.4 7.733 13.133
4 Alice Kinsella Great Britain 5.1 7.967 13.067
5 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 5.5 7.167 12.667
6 Elisabeth Geurts Netherlands 4.8 7.700 12.500
Paula Raya Spain 5.2 7.300 12.500
8 Nora Fernandez Spain 5.1 6.800 11.900

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Lieke Wevers Netherlands 5.6 8.067 13.667
2 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 5.8 7.267 13.067
Ana Perez Spain 5.2 7.867 13.067
4 Alice Kinsella Great Britain 5.6 7.433 13.033
5 Charlie Fellows Great Britain 4.8 7.733 12.533
6 Sanne Wevers Netherlands 6.1 6.067 12.167
7 Nora Fernandez Spain 5.2 6.367 11.567
8 Paula Raya Spain 4.6 5.767 10.367

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 5.2 8.233 13.433
2 Alice Kinsella Great Britain 5.3 7.800 13.100
3 Ana Perez Spain 5.2 7.800 13.000
4 Eythora Thorsdottir Netherlands 5.5 7.167 12.667
5 Phoebe Turner Great Britain 4.9 7.800 -0.1 12.600
6 Ofir Kremer Israel 4.5 7.867 12.367
7 Elisabeth Geurts Netherlands 3.9 8.133 12.033
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17 thoughts on “2017 Dutch Women’s Invitational Results

  1. So I am guessing Alice Kinsella is probably going to Montreal. I wonder who the fourth person will be (assuming Fragapane and Tinkler are #1 and #2 of course)

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  2. I never realized how shallow the British pool is until the Downies got injured. I guess since they had a really strong field last year it was hard not to notice going into this year.

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    • I was very sympathetic to Belgium gymnastics until I got to know they absorbed psychological abusive coaches from the Netherlands and France , because the federation there must think is good to be ” ###tough” with the girls. Some especific coaching styles should not be tolerated anymore. These little countries unfortunately are trying to climb in gym grades using ” toughness of coaches ” or plenty of nepotism. Surprisingly for countries I consider so progressive.

      But, impossible not like Nina, it is not her fault.

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      • Isn’t the Belgian coach one who used to coach for another country and left after allegations? I can’t recall. Do we actually know if the current methods used by the Belgian coaches are harsh, or are you assuming they are using the same tactics as before? It’s possible they were given their positions under the condition they stick to appropriate methods?

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  3. Can’t stand Nina since european Championships, when I saw her simile understanding eldest downie’s fall was meaning her victory on ub final. I mean… OK… She felt and you won.. But downie was so in pain that I found Nina’s simile inappropriate

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    • She didn’t. I was there. She didn’t realize Becky was injured and as soon as she noticed, she was immediately concerned and upset. Stop inventing narratives when you know zero percent of the story.

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      • Didn’t “invent” anything, just said what I saw. I think many people got this message from TV and I am VERY glad to hear from you things were different.

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      • Gosh, thanks for clarifying, Lauren! It was clear, even on TV, that Nina was happy about her win but had no idea Becky was injured. Gymnasts fall ALL THE TIME, and the moment she realized the other girl had actually sustained an injure, she looked worried. I guess a lot of people like to get carried away by unnecessary drama.

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        • Yup. I was about 15 feet away from bars during the competition, closer to the apparatus than Nina was when it happened, and it took me a minute to figure out she was injured! At first I just saw her grabbing what looked like her chest on a hard fall and I was like aw, that sucks. I looked toward Nina because I was like “YES! SHE WON!” and saw she was smiling but then I realized moments later that Becky wasn’t getting up and I was like “oh no.” I had a slightly over-head view of bars and could barely see, and Nina was below the podium, so there’s no way she could see Becky’s face or what was going on. When she DID realize once Becky got up and was clearly injured, she immediately was upset, and when I spoke to Nina and her entire family after, they all expressed concern about Becky and asked how she was. These girls are pretty much all friends, or at least friendly. No one likes to see their fellow competitors get hurt, even if it means they win. In fact, some of them even say when other competitors fall or get injured, it sucks, because they won their medal without the competition being at its best.

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        • I swear I got that “message” from TV, thankfully Lauren wrote what really happened. I know I shouldn’t take everything I see on TV for granted… Sometimes I just forget it 😀

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        • A lot of people got that from this v so no worries! It sucks because both Nina and her family were very concerned and in Europe many of the girls are good friends and really hate to see when something like this happens. But TV makes Nina look like she’s thrilled about it when you’re really just getting a small glimpse into her overall reaction, before she knew what happened. My own reaction was literally YES NINA GETS GOLD!!!!!!! And then I realized what happened and immediately switched to being concerned about Becky. Very glad there was not a camera on me for those initial moments of celebration. 🙂

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