2018 DTB Pokal Team Challenge Results

The 2018 DTB Pokal Team Challenge was held from March 16 through March 18 in Stuttgart, Germany.

All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Nina Derwael Belgium 13.550 14.900 13.150 12.650 54.250
2 Hitomi Hatakeda Japan 14.100 14.200 11.850 13.100 53.250
3 Giulia Steingruber Switzerland 13.900 12.700 12.700 13.400 52.700
4 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 13.250 12.350 12.400 12.650 50.650
5 Carina Kröll Germany 13.300 12.600 11.950 12.400 50.250
6 Yuki Uchiyama Japan 13.250 12.850 11.200 12.700 50.000
7 Lilia Akhaimova Russia 14.400 11.700 10.300 13.500 49.900
8 Juliette Berens Netherlands 12.650 12.300 12.300 12.300 49.550
9 Michelle Timm Germany 13.700 11.350 12.050 12.300 49.400
10 Nora Fernandez Spain 13.550 12.950 11.050 11.800 49.350
11 Kiko Kuwajima Japan 13.450 12.150 11.200 12.500 49.300
12 Maellyse Brassart Belgium 13.650 12.800 10.250 11.750 48.450
13 Rebecca Matzon Germany 12.600 12.600 10.800 12.150 48.150
14 Kim Ruoff Germany 12.750 11.600 11.050 12.450 47.850
15 Emma Fernandez Spain 13.200 12.200 9.950 11.950 47.300
16 Leonie Meier Switzerland 13.550 9.700 11.450 12.350 47.050
17 Martine Skregelid Norway 13.050 11.650 10.400 11.550 46.650
18 Emma Höfele Germany 13.900 10.350 9.450 12.250 45.950
19 Kirsten Polderman Netherlands 12.650 11.900 9.950 10.350 44.850
20 Sofie Bråten Norway 13.100 10.700 9.250 11.750 44.800
21 Izumi Nitta Japan 13.150 11.300 9.550 10.450 44.450
22 Sara Davidsen Norway 12.600 9.000 9.700 11.700 43.000
23 Rune Hermans Belgium —— 13.200 13.200 12.750 39.150
24 Amelie Föllinger Germany 13.400 —— 11.950 12.550 37.900
25 Isabelle Stingl Germany 13.550 —— 11.650 12.600 37.800
26 Axelle Klinckaert Belgium 13.550 —— 11.050 12.850 37.450
27 Cintia Rodriguez Spain —— 12.800 11.950 12.050 36.800
28 Viktoria Gorbatova Russia 13.200 10.650 —— 12.500 36.350
29 Anastasia Iliankova Russia 13.400 12.400 10.000 —— 35.800
30 Laura Bechdeju Spain 13.500 —— 9.850 12.400 35.750
31 Ilaria Käslin Switzerland 13.150 —— 11.400 10.750 35.300
32 Julie Søderstrøm Norway 12.850 —— 10.150 11.200 34.200
33 Thea Brogli Switzerland —— 11.350 10.450 12.350 34.150
34 Paula Raya Spain 13.100 13.350 —— —— 26.450
35 Senna Deriks Belgium 13.350 13.000 —— —— 26.350
36 Fabienne Studer Switzerland 13.500 12.200 —— —— 25.700
37 Viktoria Komova Russia —— 13.650 11.850 —— 25.500
38 Florine Harder Germany 13.350 12.050 —— —— 25.400
39 Maria Kharenkova Russia —— —— 10.500 12.400 22.900
40 Kim Bui Germany —— 14.200 —— —— 14.200
41 Janine Berger Germany —— 13.200 —— —— 13.200
42 Ingrid Häfenbradl Norway —— 9.950 —— —— 9.950

Team Final Results

Rank Nation VT UB BB FX Total
1 BELGIUM  40.700  40.132 37.333  38.199  156.463
Maellyse Brassart 13.666 —— —— ——
Senna Deriks 13.533 11.666 —— ——
Nina Derwael —— 15.033 12.233 13.000
Rune Hermans —— 13.433 12.600 12.366
Axelle Klinckaert 13.600 —— 12.500 12.833
2 SWITZERLAND 40.322  38.099 36.266 38.432  153.129
Ilaria Käslin —— —— 11.833 12.433
Leonie Meier 13.266 12.433 11.533 12.566
Giulia Steingruber 13.866 13.066 12.900 13.433
Fabienne Studer 13.200 12.600 —— ——
3 JAPAN  41.066 38.065 34.666 37.866 151.663
Hitomi Hatakeda 14.133 14.166 11.400 12.900
Kiko Kuwajima 13.700 12.233 12.633 12.500
Yuki Uchiyama 13.233 11.666 10.633 12.466
4 GERMANY  40.532 38.933  33.132 38.865 151.462
Kim Bui —— 14.400 —— ——
Emma Höfele 13.866 —— —— 12.866
Carina Kröll —— 12.400 12.033 ——
Isabelle Stingl 13.300 —— 10.633 13.033
Michelle Timm 13.366 12.133 10.466 12.966

Team Qualification Results

Rank Nation VT UB BB FX Total
1 BELGIUM (Maellyse Brassart, Senna Deriks, Nina Derwael, Rune Hermans, Axelle Klinckaert) 40.750 41.100 37.400 38.250 157.500
2 JAPAN (Hitomi Hatakeda, Kiko Kuwajima, Izumi Nitta, Yuki Uchiyama) 40.800 39.200 34.250 38.300 152.550
3 GERMANY (Kim Bui, Emma Höfele, Carina Kröll, Isabelle Stingl, Michelle Timm) 41.150 38.150 35.650 37.300 152.250
4 SWITZERLAND (Thea Brogli, Ilaria Käslin, Leonie Meier, Giulia Steingruber, Fabienne Studer) 40.950 36.250 35.550 38.100 150.850
5 RUSSIA (Lilia Akhaimova, Viktoriia Gorbatova, Anastasia Iliankova, Maria Kharenkova, Viktoria Komova) 41.000 37.750 32.650 38.400 149.800
6 SPAIN (Laura Bechdeju, Emma Fernandez, Nora Fernandez, Paula Raya,  Cintia Rodriguez) 40.250 39.100 32.950 36.400 148.700
7 BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG (Janine Berger, Amelie Föllinger, Florine Harder, Rebecca Matzon, Kim Ruoff) 39.500 37.850 33.800 37.150 148.300
8 NETHERLANDS (Juliette Berens, Kirsten Polderman, Tisha Volleman) 38.550 36.550 34.650 35.300 145.050
9 NORWAY (Sofie Bråten, Sara Davidsen, Ingrid Häfenbradl, Martine Skregelid, Julie Søderstrøm) 39.000 32.300 30.250 35.000 136.550
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19 thoughts on “2018 DTB Pokal Team Challenge Results

  1. Ok, so, floor judges have been replaced by beam judges? After watching a few routines (the top one), E-score are super low! At least, it’s good for the AA, just need to have UB and vault judges takes the right deductions!

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  2. Welcome back Janine Berger! Bummed for Russia, but SO EXCITED FOR BELGIUM and hope they continue to kill it this quad! Nina had a beautiful bars set and looked much more secure on beam compared to her Worlds performance.

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  3. I just watched the final. I do really like the Belgium team but I feel like the judging is becoming crazy. I have absolutely no idea what is being deducted and where. I also find it crazy that in elite gymnastics, gymnasts are doing a double back and a 1 1/2 to punch front as their tumbling lines. I think if they are going to crazily judge artistry, they need to make a slight (and only slight) change to difficulty bonuses for those who do a full in (for example) over a double twist. Way too many double tucks.

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  4. I’m not sure why the beam scores have been so low as it was crazy to see SO many scores in the 10’s and 11’s (especially from the Russians). Can somebody elaborate as to why? I’ve seen a lot of difficulty scores around 4.5 and I’m thinking maybe the judges are not crediting some of the connections, like possibly the 2 jump connections are too slow and they end up not crediting the gymnastic series requirement? In terms of the execution, the judges are continuing the trend from Worlds and they are really hammering the gymnasts. I’m also wondering if a lot of those deductions are regarding the rhythm and flow of the routines because of lot of them was skill, pause, skill, pause, etc.

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    • The code of points changed and is now tremendously more strict. Gymnasts are now deducted for “body position”, “lack of flow”, etc.

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  5. If Komova can’t bring back her inbars then could she consider doing a toe-on 1 1/2 and ditching one of her toe-ons for a clear hip circle?

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