The 2018 National Champions

the 2018national champions

As part of our research files, we’re keeping track of every country’s national champions each year. I’m always looking up various national records from random countries and you’d be surprised how few countries actually keep track of this stuff, at least in a public way.

So in addition to keeping results for every national championships on this website, it’ll now be as easy as clicking a link to find out who won each year in each country. We kicked off this project last year, and will slowly make our way back in time until we have as many holes filled as possible.

In the table below, the senior all-around champions are listed on the left and the juniors on the right. For national championships that don’t split their all-around finals between levels, I included the top senior and the top junior from that single field (e.g. for Japan, Mai Murakami won the meet, so she is the senior champion, while Chiaki Hatakeda was the best junior, finishing 9th, so she is the ‘junior champion’).

For future reference, this document will always be available under The Research Files on the main menu bar above. Enjoy!

AUSTRALIA
Georgia Godwin Kate Sayer
AUSTRIA
Marlies Männersdorfer Ceren Kaya
BELGIUM
Nina Derwael Fien Enghels (junior)
Keziah Langendonck (espoir)
BRAZIL
Daniele Hypólito Julia Soares
CANADA
Ellie Black Zoé Allaire-Bourgie (junior)
Rébéka Groulx (novice)
CHINA
Luo Huan Shao Yuhang (age 15)
Guan Chenchen (14 & under)
COLOMBIA
Laura Pardo Sabrina Cortes
CZECH REPUBLIC
Aneta Holasova Tamara Kalasova
DENMARK
Mette Hulgaard Camille Rasmussen
ENGLAND
Amy Tinkler Amelie Morgan (junior)
Ruby Stacey (espoir)
FINLAND
Helmi Murto Nitta Nieminen
FRANCE
Mélanie De Jesus Dos Santos Celia Serber (junior)
Taïs Boura (espoir)
GERMANY
Emelie Petz (2003)
Aiyu Zhu (2004)
Julia Birck (2005)
Paula Vega Tarrago (2006)
GREAT BRITAIN
Kelly Simm Amelie Morgan (junior)
Alia Leat (espoir)
GREECE
Ioanna Xoulogi Chrysa Balami
HUNGARY
Dorina Böczögö Bianka Schermann
ICELAND
Irina Sazonova Vigdis Palmadottir
INDIA
Papiya Das
IRELAND
Meaghan Smith Emma Slevin (junior)
Abbie Corbett (espoir)
ISRAEL
Ofir Netzer Maya Uberman-Azion
ITALY
Sara Ricciardi Giorgia Villa
JAPAN
Mai Murakami Chiaki Hatakeda
KAZAKHSTAN
Arailym Meiram Korkem Yerbossynkyzy
LATVIA
Anastasija Dubova Marija Sajovko
MEXICO
Frida Esparza Anapaula Gutierrez
NETHERLANDS
Vera van Pol Astrid de Zeeuw
NORWAY
Thea Nygaard Mari Kanter
POLAND
Marta Pihan-Kulesza Dagmara Pyzio
PORTUGAL
Filipa Martins Beatriz Cardoso
RUSSIA
Angelina Melnikova Ksenia Klimenko (junior)
Viktoria Listunova (espoir)
SCOTLAND
Cara Kennedy Crystelle Lake (junior)
Millie Redford (espoir)
SINGAPORE
Sze En Tan Tamara Ong
SOUTH AFRICA
Caitlin Rooskrantz Zelme Daries
SPAIN
Ana Perez Alba Asencio
SWITZERLAND
Ilaria Käslin Alena Sommer
TURKEY
Göksu Üctas Sanli Nazli Savranbasi
UNITED STATES
Simone Biles Leanne Wong
WALES
Latalia Bevan Chloe Weston
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4 thoughts on “The 2018 National Champions

    • Romania, Chinese juniors, German seniors, South Africa, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Brazil, Argentina, Austria, Colombia, Croatia, Egypt, Slovenia, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Poland, Portugal, Spain, South Korea, Ukraine…I think that’s it as far as countries that generally have nationals go.

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      • Guan Chenchen just won China’s 14-and-under AA title. Her 53.25 score included a huge 14.6 on beam. Shao Yuhan won the 15 year-old category, but she isn’t a National Team member and won’t be a World or Olympic contender.

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