The World Championships Draw

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This morning at the FIG headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, women’s technical committee president Donatella Sacchi and men’s athlete representative Jani Tanskanen conducted the draw for the 2017 World Championships, to be held in Montreal, Canada from October 2-8.

The draw determines the starting order for the competition in Montreal, with four subdivisions for the men and five for the women. The results of the draw can be found below, and denote where each country will begin the first rotation of each subdivision.

Men’s Qualifications | October 2-3

SUBDIVISON 1
FX PH SR VT PB HB
TPE BUL GRE JAM UKR VIE
TPE BUL GRE JAM UKR VIE
TEP BUL GRE JAM UKR VIE
GER UZB SWE VEN ISR QAT
GER UZB SWE VEN ISR QAT
GER ARM SWE ISL ISR CUB
ARM ECU ISL ALG CUB
SUBDIVISON 2
FX PH SR VT PB HB
BLR NOR DEN USA SUI IND
BLR NOR DEN USA SUI IND
BLR NOR DEN USA SUI IND
EGY HKG MEX ARG GBR CRO
EGY HKG MEX ARG GBR CRO
EGY GUA MEX ARG GBR CRO
CYP GUA THA BEL TTO
THA
SUBDIVISON 3
FX PH SR VT PB HB
CHN RUS AUS KAZ POR ESP
CHN RUS AUS KAZ POR ESP
CHN RUS AUS KAZ POR ESP
CAN HUN JPN AZE FRA ROU
CAN HUN JPN AZE FRA ROU
CAN HUN JPN GEO FRA ROU
MGL LAT GEO SLO DOM
SUBDIVISON 4
FX PH SR VT PB HB
NZL NED TUR AUT KOR FIN
NZL NED TUR AUT KOR FIN
NZL NED TUR AUT KOR FIN
BRA SRI ITA COL LTU PER
BRA SRI ITA COL LTU PER
BRA IRL ITA COL JOR CZE
IRL CHI SVK JOR CZE

Women’s Qualifications | October 3-4

SUBDIVISON 1
VT UB BB FX
ESP DEN LAT GBR
ESP DEN LAT GBR
ESP DEN LAT GBR
ISL JAM ARG AUS
ISL JAM ARG AUS
VEN JAM ARG AUS
VEN CRO
SUBDIVISON 2
VT UB BB FX
RSA BEL ISR EGY
RSA BEL ISR EGY
RSA BEL ISR EGY
VIE CAN RUS POR
VIE CAN RUS POR
IND CAN RUS POR
IND HKG
SUBDIVISON 3
VT UB BB FX
AZE CZE NED ROU
AZE CZE NED ROU
AZE CZE NED ROU
MEX NOR PUR SUI
MEX NOR PUR SUI
MEX NOR AUT SUI
SVK AUT LTU
SUBDIVISON 4
VT UB BB FX
NZL FRA HUN TPE
NZL FRA HUN TPE
NZL FRA HUN TPE
GER BUL ITA TUR
GER BUL ITA TUR
GER KAZ ITA GRE
KAZ SWE GRE
SUBDIVISON 5
VT UB BB FX
FIN UKR JPN COL
FIN UKR JPN COL
FIN UKR JPN COL
USA BRA KOR CHN
USA BRA KOR CHN
USA SLO KOR CHN
CUB SLO UZB PAN

Article by Lauren Hopkins

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23 thoughts on “The World Championships Draw

  1. If I remember it right, how come in 2013, the girls in one country are in different subdivision? I remember Simone in sub 3 while Kyla sub 1. I thought it will be the case here. Surprising china is not in sub 1 LOL.

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  2. I always thought that the PG Champ, and Classic and all other competitions in US are a bit too much and close to each other and the girls are over worked, I mean, being 365 days ready for worlds is too much, usually they should peak at the right time/month/competition not keep peaking on and off all year around.

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    • Australia is sending a full team.
      Peggy is out, Mihai is in….he needs to show what influence he has had on the girls, as limited as it might be.
      Peggy didn’t send anyone in 2013 and look how that paid off.

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