2018 Pacific Rim Championships Results

The 2018 Pacific Rim Championships were held from April 27 through April 29 in Medellin, Colombia.

Senior All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Grace McCallum United States 14.400 13.400 13.500 13.550 54.850
2 Morgan Hurd United States 14.650 14.600 10.400 13.650 53.300
Martina Dominici Argentina 13.600 12.200 12.350 12.900 51.050
3 Haley de Jong Canada 14.250 11.300 11.650 12.950 50.150
4 Jimena Moreno Mexico 13.400 12.250 12.050 11.800 49.500
5 Victoria-Kayen Woo Canada 13.500 10.800 11.950 12.950 49.200
6 Sophie Marois Canada 13.900 9.900 12.900 12.300 49.000
7 Talia Folino Australia 13.700 11.000 12.300 12.000 49.000
Ayelen Tarabini Argentina 13.350 11.550 11.200 12.750 48.850
8 Simona Castro Chile 13.250 11.450 11.350 11.450 47.500
9 Charlotte Ryan New Zealand 13.500 10.350 11.050 12.050 46.950
10 Melba Avendaño Colombia 12.800 11.600 10.350 11.900 46.650
11 Ginna Escobar Colombia 13.500 9.400 10.900 12.350 46.150
12 Paulina Campos Mexico 12.800 8.550 12.000 12.150 45.500
13 Nicolle Castro Mexico 13.100 10.550 10.500 11.100 45.250
14 Isabella Brett New Zealand 12.750 9.200 11.900 11.350 45.200
15 Heika Del Sol Salas Costa Rica 12.700 10.350 10.250 11.600 44.900
16 Maia Fishwick New Zealand 12.500 11.150 11.250 9.600 44.500
17 Mariana Andrade Costa Rica 12.300 10.100 9.900 11.250 43.550
18 Martina Castro Chile 12.350 8.900 10.300 11.550 43.100
Marcia Vidiaux Cuba 13.750 6.550 9.450 13.300 43.050
19 Chuang Hsiu-Ju Chinese Taipei 12.800 9.850 9.950 9.900 42.500
20 Denisse Grijalva Ecuador 12.900 8.850 8.650 10.500 40.900
21 Jordan Chiles United States 14.700 —— 12.650 13.250 40.600
22 Angela Perez Peru 11.850 8.950 9.850 9.900 40.550
23 Tamara Ampuero Chile 11.800 7.400 10.050 10.550 39.800
24 Luciana Alvarado Costa Rica 11.600 —— 11.750 12.300 35.650
25 Ana Karina Mendez Peru 13.350 8.200 10.050 —— 31.600
26 Marcela Sandoval Colombia —— 10.800 11.050 —— 21.850
27 Lo Yu Ju Chinese Taipei —— 7.500 8.100 —— 15.600
28 Kate McDonald Australia —— 13.200 —— —— 13.200

Senior Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Jordan Chiles United States 14.475 13.900 14.188
Marcia Vidiaux Cuba 14.475 13.650 14.063
2 Grace McCallum United States 14.525 13.425 13.975
3 Sophie Marois Canada 13.900 13.475 13.688
4 Charlotte Ryan New Zealand 13.725 13.100 13.413
5 Haley de Jong Canada 13.650 12.575 13.113
6 Ana Karina Mendez Peru 13.000 12.850 12.925
7 Ayelen Tarabini Argentina 13.075 12.600 12.838
8 Denisse Grijalva Ecuador 12.200 12.825 12.513
9 Chuang Hsiu-Ju Chinese Taipei 12.650 12.125 12.388

Senior Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Haley de Jong Canada 12.625
Martina Dominici Argentina 12.600
2 Jimena Moreno Mexico 12.375
3 Kate McDonald Australia 12.025
4 Maia Fishwick New Zealand 11.925
5 Talia Folino Australia 11.725
6 Marcela Sandoval Colombia 11.475
Grace McCallum United States 11.475
8 Melba Avendaño Colombia 11.100

Senior Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Talia Folino Australia 13.175
Martina Dominici Argentina 12.500
2 Paulina Campos Mexico 12.275
3 Jordan Chiles United States 12.175
4 Jimena Moreno Mexico 11.825
5 Victoria-Kayen Woo Canada 11.575
6 Grace McCallum United States 11.275
7 Sophie Marois Canada 11.150
8 Isabella Brett New Zealand 10.975

Senior Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Jordan Chiles United States 13.650
2 Grace McCallum United States 13.600
3 Haley de Jong Canada 12.900
4 Victoria-Kayen Woo Canada 12.825
Martina Dominici Argentina 12.550
Marcia Vidiaux Cuba 12.400
5 Ginna Escobar Colombia 12.275
6 Paulina Campos Mexico 12.250
7 Charlotte Ryan New Zealand 12.225
8 Talia Folino Australia 11.825

Junior All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Jordan Bowers United States 14.100 13.850 12.300 13.350 53.600
2 Kayla DiCello United States 14.450 13.350 12.450 12.850 53.100
3 Zoé Allaire-Bourgie Canada 13.850 12.950 12.800 12.600 52.200
4 Sunisa Lee United States 14.500 10.650 12.950 13.350 51.450
5 Emma Spence Canada 13.200 12.100 11.750 12.450 49.500
Abigail Magistrati Argentina 13.300 11.900 12.250 11.200 48.650
6 Miriana Perkins Australia 13.500 11.750 11.700 11.700 48.650
7 Elena Chipizubov Australia 12.050 11.100 12.500 12.350 48.000
Luna Fernandez Argentina 13.000 11.100 11.350 12.450 47.900
8 Imogen Paterson Canada 13.800 10.900 11.450 11.200 47.350
Olivia Araujo Argentina 13.050 11.800 10.750 11.700 47.300
9 Karla Navas Panama 13.300 10.550 11.050 11.900 46.800
10 Sabrina Cortes Colombia 14.000 9.200 11.550 12.000 46.750
11 Kate Sayer Australia 13.450 8.750 12.150 12.200 46.550
12 Daniela Briceño Mexico 13.400 9.650 11.050 12.450 46.550
Lucia Esposito Argentina 12.700 9.900 11.650 12.300 46.550
13 Sidney Stephens Australia 12.900 11.600 10.150 11.900 46.550
14 Paulina Vargas Mexico 12.000 10.400 11.150 12.450 46.000
15 Marisa Miranda Mexico 12.200 11.150 10.450 12.050 45.850
16 Martina Palamara Chile 12.750 10.950 10.350 11.550 45.600
17 Camila Montoya Costa Rica 12.850 9.100 11.200 12.050 45.200
18 Fabiola Diaz Peru 13.100 9.700 10.300 11.550 44.650
19 Paula Arevalo Colombia 12.100 11.200 9.650 11.550 44.500
20 Aaliyah Escoe Costa Rica 11.950 10.300 10.100 11.750 44.100
21 Hillary Heron Panama 13.500 9.100 9.950 11.400 43.950
22 Renata Merino Chile 12.850 8.750 11.100 11.100 43.800
23 Brissa Portillo Peru 12.900 9.050 11.450 10.350 43.750
24 Jonti Matthewson New Zealand 12.200 10.600 9.400 11.000 43.200
25 Daniela Jimenez Ecuador 11.900 9.150 11.300 9.700 42.050
26 Nathaly Boloña Ecuador 12.150 8.150 10.350 11.300 41.950
27 Nadya Chacon Peru 11.600 6.900 11.000 11.300 40.800
28 Yiseth Valenzuela Colombia 11.850 7.650 10.050 11.150 40.700
29 Monserrath Mora Ecuador 11.550 8.200 10.050 9.850 39.650
30 Laura Rodriguez Panama 12.000 7.650 8.500 9.600 37.750
31 Sofia Casella Chile 11.150 7.750 7.250 9.750 35.900
32 Genesis Gibson Ecuador —— 7.900 10.600 10.600 29.100

Junior Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Kayla DiCello United States 14.525
2 Sunisa Lee United States 14.375
3 Imogen Paterson Canada 13.875
4 Sabrina Cortes Colombia 13.800
Hillary Heron Panama 13.800
6 Zoé Allaire-Bourgie Canada 13.575
7 Kate Sayer Australia 13.475
8 Miriana Perkins Australia 11.550

Junior Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Kayla DiCello United States 13.625
2 Zoé Allaire-Bourgie Canada 13.225
3 Jordan Bowers United States 12.900
4 Emma Spence Canada 12.600
5 Paula Arevalo Colombia 12.050
6 Sidney Stephens Australia 11.975
Abigail Magistrati Argentina 11.850
7 Miriana Perkins Australia 11.700
8 Marisa Miranda Mexico 10.350

Junior Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Zoé Allaire-Bourgie Canada 12.975
2 Sunisa Lee United States 12.850
3 Kate Sayer Australia 12.450
4 Kayla DiCello United States 12.375
5 Elena Chipizubov Australia 12.300
6 Emma Spence Canada 11.975
Abigail Magistrati Argentina 11.700
7 Sabrina Cortes Colombia 11.075
8 Brissa Portillo Peru 9.000

Junior Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Jordan Bowers United States 13.725
2 Sunisa Lee United States 13.225
3 Zoé Allaire-Bourgie Canada 13.175
4 Daniela Briceño Mexico 12.645
5 Paulina Vargas Mexico 12.425
6 Emma Spence Canada 12.275
Luna Fernandez Argentina 12.200
7 Kate Sayer Australia 12.125
8 Elena Chipizubov Australia 12.000
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6 thoughts on “2018 Pacific Rim Championships Results

    • Argentina and Cuba weren’t invited to this competition because they’re not a member of the Pacific Rim (which includes countries that have a border on the Pacific Ocean). But both asked if they could come because participation was low with several programs not signing up (Russia, China, and Japan all had national meets around the same time) and so they were allowed to attend, but because they’re not in the Pacific Alliance, they weren’t eligible to win medals. A shame, Martina had a fantastic weekend, but they knew going in she wouldn’t be able to medal, and those who finished in medal standings from Argentina and Cuba were still recognized with flowers and a little ceremony even though they couldn’t get a medal.

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  1. I am very excited about grace mcCallum and Jordan Bowers..would you rank these teams as our A, B, or C teams…? Other than Hurd and Chiles, all these gymnasts are pretty new to elite competition. Do you think Grace hss a chance fir Workds team??

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    • If Grace McCallum continues to be the top all arounder she def go to worlds. Guess that Biles will win nationals but if she’s second.

      And it’s rumored that she is bringing huge upgrades as well. An amanar and a silivas which will boost her Dscores a lot.

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