2018 Russian Championships Results

The 2018 Russian Championships were held from April 18 through April 22 in Kazan, Russia.

All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA Day 1 Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.466 14.433 13.300 13.566 55.765 57.732 113.497
2 Angelina Simakova Moscow 14.566 13.600 12.733 13.766 54.665 55.432 110.097
3 Viktoria Komova Central/Moscow 14.400 13.933 13.366 12.066 53.765 54.365 108.130
4 Aliya Mustafina Moscow/Volga 12.433 14.566 12.533 13.066 52.598 55.432 108.030
5 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 12.866 14.100 13.200 12.900 53.066 53.965 107.031
6 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.633 13.433 12.466 12.400 51.932 54.298 106.230
7 Irina Alexeeva Guest 13.733 12.433 13.400 12.833 52.399 53.732 106.131
8 Daria Elizarova Central 13.666 12.100 12.966 13.566 52.298 52.965 105.263
9 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 13.166 12.600 12.633 12.966 51.365 53.299 104.664
10 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.666 11.300 12.666 13.033 50.665 51.132 101.797
11 Daria Spiridonova Moscow 13.333 13.233 12.400 12.333 51.299 50.266 101.565
12 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.166 13.366 10.333 12.366 50.231 51.199 101.430
13 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.000 12.266 12.533 12.600 50.399 49.965 100.364
14 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.100 10.833 12.433 12.100 49.466 50.432 99.898
15 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.333 10.933 12.666 12.733 49.665 49.532 99.197
16 Viktoria Gazeeva Moscow 13.133 12.200 11.800 11.633 48.766 49.232 97.998
17 Varvara Batalova St. Petersburg 13.033 11.966 10.833 13.000 48.832 49.165 97.997
18 Daria Skrypnik Southern 13.366 12.400 8.200 11.866 45.832 51.332 97.164
19 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.366 11.566 11.200 12.166 48.298 47.298 95.596
20 Elizaveta Volodina Volga 12.800 11.166 12.033 11.100 47.099 47.498 94.597
21 Ekaterina Mitrofanova St. Petersburg 13.333 10.633 12.166 11.300 47.432 46.965 94.397
22 Ekaterina Boeva St. Petersburg 12.000 10.966 11.266 12.166 46.398 47.498 93.896
23 Diana Sigitova Volga 12.833 11.066 10.500 11.700 46.099 47.299 93.398
24 Anastasia Gainetdinova Volga 12.733 8.866 11.666 12.300 45.565 47.332 92.897

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.300 14.100 14.200
2 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.466 13.633 14.049
3 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.366 13.633 13.999
4 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.200 13.733 13.966
5 Angelina Simakova Moscow 14.233 13.400 13.816
6 Yuliya Biryulya Siberia 13.400 13.133 13.266
7 Seda Tutkhalyan Moscow 13.000 13.100 13.050
8 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 12.733 12.633 12.683

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.266
2 Irina Alexeeva Guest 14.066
3 Viktoria Komova Central/Moscow 13.633
4 Angelina Simakova Moscow 13.500
5 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 12.633
6 Aliya Mustafina Moscow/Volga 12.233
7 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 11.433
8 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 10.966

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 13.466
2 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.233
3 Polina Fedorova Volga 12.866
4 Aliya Mustafina Moscow/Volga 12.866
5 Daria Elizarova Central 12.466
6 Viktoria Komova Central/Moscow 12.433
7 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 12.200
8 Maria Kharenkova Southern 11.300

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.500
2 Angelina Simakova Moscow 13.466
3 Irina Alexeeva Guest 13.333
4 Daria Elizarova Central 13.166
5 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 12.966
6 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 12.766
7 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 12.366
8 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 12.100

Team Final Results

Rank District VT UB BB FX Total
1 MOSCOW 1 (Aliya Mustafina, Uliana Perebinosova, Angelina Simakova, Daria Spiridonova, Viktoria Trykina, Varvara Zubova) 56.765 56.366 51.365 53.732 218.228
2 CENTRAL (Taisia Borozdyko, Anastasia Budylkina, Daria Elizarova, Darina Goldinova, Viktoria Komova, Angelina Melnikova) 55.898 52.098 50.765 52.500 210.261
3 MOSCOW 2 (Ksenia Artemova, Viktoria Gazeeva, Viktoria Gorbatova, Elizaveta Kochetkova, Seda Tutkhalyan, Valentina Shokhina) 53.499 48.498 48.498 49.366 199.861
4 ST. PETERSBURG (Lilia Akhaimova, Varvara Batalova, Ekaterina Boeva, Alexandra Kalkutina, Ekaterina Mitrofanova, Tatiana Nabieva, Maria Tsaryapkina) 53.299 48.499 46.732 49.298 197.828
5 VOLGA (Polina Fedorova, Anastasia Gainetdinova, Daria Reznik, Diana Sigitova, Elizaveta Volodina, Anastasia Yakovleva) 51.531 45.231 45.766 49.966 192.494
6 SIBERIA (Alyona Arkusha, Yuliya Biryulya, Anastasia Iliankova, Alexandra Mayzel) 53.699 46.232 44.731 48.165 191.827
7 SOUTHERN (Alyona Chernova, Maria Kharenkova, Tamara Konovalova, Lyubov Pushkina, Daria Skrypnik, Diana Verevkina) 51.532 42.733 47.465 49.466 191.196
8 NORTHWESTERN (Eleonora Afanasyeva, Anastasia Chekurova, Khristina Osokina, Vasilisa Tsupina, Anna Vanyushkina, Maria Vanyushkina) 51.999 43.665 41.665 46.266 183.595
9 URAL (Elena Aleksenko, Anastasia Baiguzhina, Ksenia Kamkova, Ilzida Minibaeva, Evgeniya Zhukova) 50.199 37.900 44.399 47.031 178.529

All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.633 14.666 14.033 14.400 57.732
2 Angelina Simakova Moscow 14.833 13.900 12.866 13.833 55.432
3 Aliya Mustafina Moscow/Volga 14.266 14.500 13.433 13.233 55.432
4 Viktoria Komova Central 14.366 14.533 12.966 12.500 54.365
5 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.700 14.366 13.166 13.066 54.298
6 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 13.766 14.466 12.233 13.500 53.965
7 Irina Alexeeva Guest 13.800 14.066 12.100 13.766 53.732
8 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 13.533 13.500 12.866 13.400 53.299
9 Daria Elizarova Central 13.766 12.566 12.933 13.700 52.965
10 Daria Skrypnik Southern 13.266 12.800 12.266 13.000 51.332
11 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.100 12.533 11.933 12.633 51.199
12 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.866 10.700 13.300 13.266 51.132
13 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 13.900 10.533 12.833 13.166 50.432
14 Daria Spiridonova Moscow 13.366 13.500 12.000 11.400 50.266
15 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.233 12.333 11.466 12.933 49.965
16 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.266 10.166 13.000 13.100 49.532
17 Viktoria Gazeeva Moscow 13.000 12.766 11.933 11.533 49.232
18 Varvara Batalova St. Petersburg 13.366 12.233 11.200 12.366 49.165
19 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.200 10.966 12.033 11.400 48.599
20 Valentina Shokhina Moscow 13.200 10.333 12.166 12.133 47.832
21 Elizaveta Volodina Volga 12.766 11.666 10.966 12.100 47.498
22 Ekaterina Boeva St. Petersburg 12.066 11.500 11.766 12.166 47.498
23 Anastasia Gainetdinova Volga 12.566 11.266 11.200 12.300 47.332
24 Diana Sigitova Volga 12.933 11.633 10.600 12.133 47.299
25 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.366 10.966 11.533 11.433 47.298
26 Ekaterina Mitrofanova St. Petersburg 13.300 9.766 11.833 12.066 46.965
27 Elizaveta Kochetkova Moscow 12.800 11.266 10.433 12.300 46.799
28 Yuliya Biryulya Siberia 13.466 11.533 9.766 11.833 46.598
29 Alyona Chernova Southern 12.800 10.100 11.200 12.166 46.266
30 Alyona Arkusha Siberia 13.100 10.400 11.533 11.033 46.066
31 Khristina Osokina Northwestern 12.233 11.733 10.166 11.900 46.032
32 Anastasia Yakovleva Volga 12.200 10.666 10.600 12.433 45.899
33 Alexandra Mayzel Siberia 13.433 9.933 10.266 12.233 45.865
34 Alexandra Kalkutina St. Petersburg 12.200 10.233 10.766 12.133 45.332
35 Tamara Konovalova Southern 12.633 9.833 10.500 12.200 45.166
36 Diana Verevkina Southern 12.433 10.000 10.666 11.900 44.999
37 Elena Aleksenko Ural 12.500 10.400 10.833 11.233 44.966
38 Darina Goldinova Central 12.033 10.333 10.833 11.466 44.665
39 Maria Tsaryapkina St. Petersburg 12.533 9.500 10.733 11.833 44.599
40 Lyubov Pushkina Southern 12.833 9.800 10.300 11.566 44.499
41 Maria Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.433 10.833 9.266 11.633 44.165
42 Anastasia Chikurova Northwestern 13.133 10.066 9.600 11.333 44.132
43 Taisia Borozdyko Central 12.933 9.966 9.733 11.366 43.998
44 Elena Litvinchuk Central 11.733 9.966 11.266 10.733 43.698
45 Anastasia Budylkina Central 13.133 8.766 9.833 11.900 43.632
46 Ekaterina Levchenko Volga 11.600 10.400 10.533 11.000 43.533
47 Anastasia Shlenkina Central 12.200 9.600 10.700 10.966 43.466
48 Daria Nazarova Volga 13.033 9.500 9.866 10.966 43.365
49 Vasilisa Tsupina Northwestern 11.900 10.133 9.866 11.333 43.232
50 Daria Reznik Volga 12.366 8.966 9.900 11.900 43.132
51 Kristina Tsoy Southern 11.633 9.200 10.366 11.700 42.899
52 Elvira Bushueva Far Eastern 12.466 10.233 9.566 10.400 42.665
53 Elena Likhodolskaya Central 11.866 8.733 9.966 12.000 42.565
54 Ilzida Minibaeva Ural 12.000 8.166 10.300 11.166 41.632
55 Diana Dayanova Volga 11.700 10.600 8.900 10.400 41.600
56 Anastasia Baiguzhina Ural 11.600 8.600 9.966 11.366 41.532
57 Evgeniya Zhukova Ural 11.833 8.200 9.666 10.733 40.432
58 Daria Klimenko Southern 11.433 7.933 10.033 10.966 40.365
59 Daria Lopatina Volga 12.733 —— 10.000 11.733 34.466
60 Seda Tutkhalyan Moscow 13.400 9.500 11.000 —— 33.900
61 Anna Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.066 —— 7.800 9.866 29.732
62 Maria Kharenkova Southern —— —— 13.333 12.100 25.433
63 Ekaterina Tsvetkova Central 13.133 10.933 —— —— 24.066
64 Valentina Lukovnikova Central 9.666 —— —— 9.333 18.999
65 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg —— 12.233 —— —— 12.233
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31 thoughts on “2018 Russian Championships Results

  1. Sorry Angelina no point in being Russian champion just to fail on all important international competitions.

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      • lol you think I don’t know that? The videos I attach to my comments are not necessarily directly related to them. Their goal is to educate people in this blog (most of whom only know gymnastics through NBC or NCAA) about True Gymnastics. There is a reason NBC censors Afanasyeva’s routines: they need to keep their sheeple. If most people were enlightened they would demand change in gymnastics which would basically lead to Russia sweeping everything.

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  2. It will be fun when Alexeeva joins Russia and they end up beating the US! Her training in the US got her some bad artistry bias but it would be so hilarious that I am willing to look the other way.

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    • Beating the US who has the reigning world and (most likely) the Olympic all around champion and the two of the best juniors in the world in the senior ranks and the top scorer last season back into shape. And you think a half strength Alexeeva will somehow singlehandedly propel the entire Russian team to beat the US who is already stronger than the Us team that beat Russia by over 8 points at the olympics. I’m all for a good upset, but unless the US goes to worlds and falls in everything and/or loses half of their national team, it’s not happening.

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      • “the reigning world”

        Morgan only won because Eremina had a bizarre mistake on bars. Otherwise the Russian would have easily won.. She is the true reigning world champion.

        “and (most likely) the Olympic all around champion”

        Simone’s comeback will fail.

        “two of the best juniors in the world in the senior ranks”

        You can’t just assume juniors will transition well into senior ranks. Otherwise Russia would be winning everything for a long time.

        “the top scorer last season back into shape.”

        She is not anywhere near her previous level.

        “a half strength Alexeeva will somehow singlehandedly propel the entire Russian team to beat the US ”

        No. She will help but the main factor is that Mustafina and Komova are back.

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        • Be careful what u wish for. The same comment u made that Simone will fail might back fire and your two veterans that Russian is relying on might take your curse. U better b thankful to melnikova she might be the only one to medal at Olympics 20/20

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        • Chill out. Stop trolling.
          I love it that the girls at Russian Championships looked so promising. It will give the US girls (Smith, Malabuyo, Thomas, Frazier, Hurd, McCallum, Chiles, O’Keefe etc.) a run for their money, even though they’re more than talented themselves. If Irina Alexeeva plays a role or doesn’t – she adds to the depth of consistent athletes Russia needed the last quad.

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        • I can’t understand how hating on other countries’ gymnasts adds something to your viewing experience or betters your countries achievements. You want your team to win against strong competitors, what’s the fun in winning when the opposing team cannot challenge? Isn’t tight competition what makes it exciting? Just take a look at the last two rotations at Super Six. The intensity was nuts!

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    • After thdd tragedies from the Larry Nasser’s se x abuse cases with female athletes, expect USA gymnastics to be down for a long time.

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        • Yeah I was expecting her to do Shap to Maloney, van Leeuwen, toe half to piked jaeger, toe full to full in on Bars ( I know that it’s only seven skills, but my expectations were low), a FTY vault, her Beam actually met my expectations, and for floor I actually thought she was going to do an NCAA routine, double tuck, 1 1/2 to punch layout, double twist to dying. Instead she showed DTY, her Rio routine except with toe ones/stalders and minus Mustafina, and for floor it’s actually better than it was in Rio.

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        • I would love to know what Russia pays Mustafina too keep her coming back. She is and always will be one of my favorite gymnasts from the past 20 years of being a fan of the sport, but they have to be lining her pockets to keep her.

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    • Apparently Irina isn’t “national team ready” and isn’t at the “same quality as the Russian national team” even though she’s vastly better than a number of gymnasts on that team lol. She wouldn’t be my first choice for a worlds team spot at this stage, but she’s alternate-worthy for sure. I don’t get their decision to keep her off!

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        • I don’t think so, I think that if Valentina wanted to “hate list” her she wouldn’t have let her compete at the championships, regardless invite her to the Russian Cup. I just think that Alexeeva isn’t really at the level of the top 5 gymnasts expected to go to worlds at the moment, and I do think she’s not fully ready to have a non-Round Lake gymnast on the team, but I could see her relenting if one of the top competitors get injured.

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  4. I loved seeing the veterans Nabieva, Komova, and especially Mustafina competing again. Also, I heard from someone who commented on one of the channels that Grishina is planning to come back? Does anybody know of that? It would be great to see her back, but I’m not sure what the Rodionenkos will think if her.

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    • Please let this happen. Grishina had the best twisting form I’ve ever seen on anyone, eclipsing even McKayla IMO. Simakova’s is also pretty good but Grishina’s is on a whole other plane

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