2018 Gymnasiade Results

The 2018 Gymnasiade was held from May 2 through May 9 in Rabat, Morocco.

All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 13.750 12.100 13.400 11.650 50.900
2 Nora Feher Hungary 12.650 12.650 12.300 12.650 50.250
3 Tetiana Mokliak Ukraine 12.650 12.450 12.650 12.350 50.100
4 Iulia Berar Romania 13.100 12.550 12.200 11.900 49.750
5 Luiza Domingues Brazil 13.400 12.450 11.000 12.400 49.250
6 Sara Peter Hungary 13.550 11.400 12.050 12.200 49.200
7 Csenge Bacskay Hungary 13.250 12.700 12.250 10.950 49.150
Blanche Beziaud France 13.150 12.450 11.650 11.900 49.150
9 Lorena Medina Spain 13.100 11.650 11.100 12.400 48.250
10 Sheyen Petit France 12.000 12.350 11.650 12.050 48.050
11 Maria Marques Brazil 13.050 11.900 10.900 11.800 47.650
12 Silvia Sfiringu Romania 12.900 9.350 12.350 12.800 47.400
13 Daria Murzhak Ukraine 12.700 12.100 10.500 12.000 47.300
14 Nazli Savranbasi Turkey 13.000 11.200 11.200 11.150 46.550
15 Evelina Magia Greece 12.650 9.850 11.450 12.550 46.500
16 Ting Hua Tien Chinese Taipei 12.300 12.050 10.250 11.550 46.150
17 Beatriz Lima Brazil 11.950 11.550 10.150 12.000 45.650
18 Berta Pujadas Spain 13.200 9.300 11.250 11.850 45.600
Sinem Nur Toyran Turkey 12.800 10.600 11.250 10.950 45.600
20 Clara Navarro Spain 12.050 9.800 11.400 12.250 45.500
21 Lai Chin Chinese Taipei 12.450 8.900 12.500 11.300 45.150
22 Yaren Turan Turkey 12.800 8.650 10.700 12.300 44.450
23 Huang Tzu Hsing Chinese Taipei 11.650 9.200 11.800 11.700 44.350
24 Fu Chih Yi Chinese Taipei 12.150 9.200 12.050 10.850 44.250
25 Gloria Philassides Cyprus 12.300 9.800 9.700 12.000 43.800
26 Georgia Ananiadou Greece 12.100 9.850 10.050 10.800 42.800
27 Maria-Eleni Makridou Greece 11.950 9.450 10.200 11.000 42.600
28 Ella Borg Malta 12.400 7.850 10.850 9.800 40.900
29 Lynn Treinen Belgium 12.000 9.100 8.800 10.050 39.950
30 Leah Barber Malta 11.200 7.300 10.100 10.100 38.700
31 Mae Farrugia Malta 11.700 7.650 9.500 9.400 38.250
32 Julia Micallef Malta 11.350 7.600 9.000 9.700 37.650
33 Alison Faure France 12.900 12.450 —— 12.050 37.400
34 Bianka Schermann Hungary 12.950 —— 12.000 12.250 37.200
35 Alisson Lapp France —— 11.900 12.450 11.750 36.100
36 Rafaela Oliva Brazil 12.000 —— 11.250 11.950 35.200
37 Fatima Sabri Morocco 10.550 3.700 8.200 7.650 30.100
38 Alexandra Margariti Greece —— 9.000 8.850 10.450 28.300
39 Hiba Bouhia Morocco 11.150 0.600 7.300 7.100 26.150
Sara Kabli Morocco 10.250 —— 8.700 7.200 26.150
41 Ezgi Yesli Turkey 13.150 —— —— 11.900 25.050
42 Wissal Khalfi Morocco 10.250 0.600 7.100 6.450 24.400
43 Kateryna Kulinii Ukraine —— 13.100 11.100 —— 24.200
44 Maia Llacer Spain 13.000 —— 10.800 —— 23.800
45 Eva Meder France 11.950 —— 11.050 —— 23.000
46 Ipek Bakar Turkey —— 10.800 11.500 —— 22.300
47 Claudia Villalba Spain —— 9.850 —— 11.200 21.050
48 Zoja Szekely Hungary —— 13.550 —— —— 13.550
49 Evangelia Dimoudi Greece 11.900 —— —— —— 11.900
50 Ana Araujo Brazil —— 10.500 —— —— 10.500
51 Tatiana Bachurina Cyprus —— 10.100 —— —— 10.100
52 Aicho Bruls Belgium —— 9.700 —— —— 9.700
53 Yasmine Laaroussi Morocco —— 7.600 —— —— 7.600

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Average
1 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 13.750
2 Csenge Bacskay Hungary 13.425
3 Sara Peter Hungary 13.225
4 Luiza Domingues Brazil 13.200
5 Silviana Sfiringu Romania 13.000
Berta Pujadas Spain 13.000
Nazli Savranbasi Turkey 13.000
8 Lai Chin Chinese Taipei 12.950

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Kateryna Kulinii Ukraine 13.450
2 Zoja Szekely Hungary 13.400
3 Tetiana Mokliak Ukraine 12.750
Alison Faure France 12.750
5 Iulia Berar Romania 12.400
6 Luiza Domingues Brazil 12.100
7 Blanche Beziaud France 12.000
Csenge Bacskay Hungary 12.000

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 13.750
2 Alisson Lapp France 12.300
3 Lai Chin Chinese Taipei 12.200
Silviana Sfiringu Romania 12.200
5 Tetiana Mokliak Ukraine 12.150
6 Iulia Berar Romania 11.850
7 Nora Feher Hungary 11.500
Csenge Bacskay Hungary 11.500

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation Total
1 Luiza Domingues Brazil 12.900
2 Tetiana Mokliak Ukraine 12.650
3 Bianka Schermann Hungary 12.550
Lorena Medina Spain 12.550
Silviana Sfiringu Romania 12.550
6 Evelina Magia Greece 12.400
7 Nora Feher Hungary 12.150
8 Clara Navarro Spain 12.100
9 Yaren Turan Turkey 12.000

Team Final Results

Rank Nation VT UB BB FX AA
1 Hungary 39.750 38.900 36.600 37.100 152.350
2 Ukraine 39.100 37.650 37.150 36.000 149.900
3 France 38.050 37.250 35.750 36.000 147.050
4 Brazil 38.450 35.900 33.150 36.350 143.850
5 Turkey 38.950 32.600 33.950 35.350 140.850
6 Spain 39.300 31.250 33.750 36.500 140.800
7 Chinese Taipei 36.590 30.450 36.350 34.550 137.940
8 Greece 36.700 29.150 31.700 34.350 131.900
9 Malta 35.450 23.100 30.450 29.600 118.600
10 Morocco 31.950 11.900 24.200 21.950 90.000
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7 thoughts on “2018 Gymnasiade Results

  1. Ouch, not the best performance from Bachynska too many falls in qual. I know she did some upgrades on floor and bars but routines are not stable yet.
    And I heard there were some organization problems, and with equipment at Gymnasiade. For instance there wasn’t spacial mat for Yurchenko vaults, organizers moved equipment during podium training, etc.

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  2. Maybe this sounds harsh, but I thought that once Andreea took over (someone who said it’s the coaches fault and that they would restructure the program) the federation would gradually strengthen their gymnasts who aren’t Larisa. But honestly, they look like they’re just getting worse and worse with every meet overall. Like I didn’t think they’d magically turn into a top 3 team the second Andreea stepped in, but I expected little increases on each event. This doesn’t seem to be the case. I mean the scores at Jesolo looked like things were getting better, but due to Flos determination to make the whole world pay for crappy coverage and low quality videos (I refuse to give in) by getting exclusive rights for every single meet, I can’t judge if those scores were realistic, or a result of typical high scores at Jesolo.

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    • Raducan wasn’t brought in to fix the current crop of girls overnight. She was brought in to retool the developmental program. There won’t be any immediate changes…if anything, the earliest we’ll see improvement on a wide scale is 2024. The girls currently competing looked like this before Raducan and they’re not likely to get any better, aside from one or two who might be able to grow a bit. The current generation won’t be able to magically grow to be at the same level as other top programs when they didn’t have the foundational support to get there. Raducan’s role is to add in that foundational support which will help girls who are currently 8-10 get to a respectable elite level by the time they can compete as juniors, and then transition them from strong juniors into productive seniors in time for 2024. That’s the EARLIEST we can expect change. Anyone who is expecting to see it within the few months she’s been in charge is going to be sorely disappointed for close to the next decade.

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    • Well, to be fair…Berar is lovely on beam and floor and may be one of the ones to grow. But—Sfringu isn’t exactly top 5 of their prospects.

      As others said better than me, change won’t happen overnight and it’s that “be better NOW” mentality that contributed to the mess they have. Honestly–I would have loved to see the girls from 2014 stick around–Andreea Munteanu, Andreea Iridon, Stefania Stanila, etc. Wish we could have seen them grow as seniors

      But anyway…Golgota, Crisan, Ghiciuc, Berar or Holbura and eventually Iordache aren’t that bad in a 3 count scenario

      i think 4 person teams will benefit Romania

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  3. Exactly, shes trying to fill the clubs with young girls that will eventually be elite, some of the 10-11 years old look promising, also dont expect full difficulty three years before olympics:-) esp when u have 2 good gymnasts:-)))

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