2018 Russian Cup Results

The 2018 Russian Cup was held from June 27 through June 30 in Chelyabinsk, Russia.

All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA Total
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.066 14.433 12.833 13.266 54.598 109.363
2 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.566 13.400 12.233 12.633 51.832 106.530
3 Viktoria Komova Central 14.233 14.400 12.166 12.133 52.932 105.930
4 Angelina Simakova Moscow 12.833 13.600 11.600 13.900 51.933 105.465
5 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.500 13.066 11.333 11.900 50.799 103.664
6 Daria Elizarova Central 13.766 13.000 11.600 13.066 51.432 103.531
7 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.200 12.266 13.866 11.633 50.965 102.797
8 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg 13.666 12.466 11.300 13.266 50.698 102.763
9 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.466 12.066 12.366 11.966 49.864 101.630
10 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.366 10.133 13.233 12.933 50.665 101.597
11 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 13.533 12.866 12.000 12.766 51.165 101.330
12 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 13.466 12.500 11.533 11.866 49.365 100.231
13 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.733 11.566 12.766 11.933 49.998 99.930
14 Daria Spiridonova Moscow 11.866 13.266 11.300 11.366 47.798 97.796
15 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.266 10.666 10.100 11.066 45.098 95.230
16 Varvara Batalova St. Petersburg 13.066 12.066 10.233 11.566 46.931 95.030
17 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.300 9.000 11.766 12.066 47.132 94.530
18 Elizaveta Volodina Volga 12.266 10.400 12.633 10.500 45.799 94.365
19 Ekaterina Mitrofanova St. Petersburg 13.233 9.700 10.433 12.166 45.532 93.664
20 Alexandra Kalkutina St. Petersburg 12.700 12.166 9.933 11.466 46.265 92.898
21 Khristina Osokina Northwestern 12.733 10.066 12.300 10.700 45.799 92.431
22 Yulia Biryulya Siberia 13.533 11.700 8.266 11.600 45.099 91.532
23 Taisia Borozdyko Central 12.966 9.466 12.033 11.500 45.965 91.331
24 Maria Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.566 10.533 9.433 10.733 43.265 88.530

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.466 13.900 14.183
2 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.033 14.300 14.166
3 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 14.233 13.633 13.933
4 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg 13.733 13.700 13.716
5 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.766 13.466 13.616
6 Yulia Biryulya Siberia 13.633 13.166 13.399
7 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.233 13.233 13.233
8 Angelina Simakova Moscow 12.866 13.166 13.016

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Average
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.566
2 Viktoria Komova Central 13.700
3 Angelina Simakova Moscow 13.566
4 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 13.300
5 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.100
6 Daria Spiridonova Moscow 12.966
7 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg 12.866
8 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 12.433

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Average
1 Daria Elizarova Central 13.266
2 Elizaveta Volodina Volga 13.033
3 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 12.300
4 Polina Fedorova Volga 11.900
5 Varvara Zubova Moscow 11.600
6 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 11.200
7 Maria Kharenkova Southern 10.866
8 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 9.866

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Average
1 Angelina Simakova Moscow 13.933
2 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg 13.900
3 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.133
4 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 12.666
5 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 12.366
6 Varvara Zubova Moscow 12.133
7 Viktoria Komova Central 11.666
8 Maria Kharenkova Southern 9.566

All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Angelina Melnikova Central 14.366 14.500 12.333 13.566 54.765
2 Anastasia Iliankova Siberia 13.566 15.300 12.866 12.966 54.698
3 Angelina Simakova Moscow 14.533 14.000 11.666 13.333 53.532
4 Viktoria Komova Central 14.266 13.833 11.666 13.233 52.998
5 Tatiana Nabieva St. Petersburg 14.566 13.566 12.333 12.400 52.865
6 Daria Elizarova Central 13.833 13.400 12.700 12.166 52.099
7 Lilia Akhaimova St. Petersburg 13.566 12.666 12.100 13.733 52.065
8 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.333 12.400 12.833 13.266 51.832
9 Polina Fedorova Volga 13.300 12.633 12.900 12.933 51.766
10 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 14.533 10.700 12.733 12.966 50.932
11 Natalia Kapitonova Volga 13.333 13.100 12.300 12.133 50.866
12 Viktoria Gorbatova Moscow 13.533 12.266 12.200 12.166 50.165
13 Ksenia Artemova Moscow 13.400 12.366 11.800 12.566 50.132
14 Daria Spiridonova Moscow 13.266 13.866 11.866 11.000 49.998
15 Ksenia Kamkova Ural 13.933 12.066 10.933 13.000 49.932
16 Elizaveta Volodina Volga 12.700 11.300 12.433 12.133 48.566
17 Ekaterina Mitrofanova St. Petersburg 13.466 10.600 11.500 12.566 48.132
18 Varvara Batalova St. Petersburg 13.200 12.566 10.200 12.133 48.099
19 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 13.033 10.133 12.366 11.866 47.398
20 Alexandra Kalkutina St. Petersburg 12.800 12.300 9.600 11.933 46.633
21 Khristina Osokina Northwestern 12.766 11.800 10.400 11.666 46.632
22 Yulia Biryulya Siberia 12.500 12.500 10.533 10.900 46.433
23 Taisia Borozdyko Central 12.900 10.600 10.233 11.633 45.366
24 Maria Vanyushkina Northwestern 12.666 10.633 10.566 11.400 45.265
25 Diana Sigitova Volga 12.866 10.866 8.833 12.133 44.698
26 Ilzida Minibaeva Ural 12.800 10.266 10.300 11.066 44.432
27 Tamara Konovalova Southern 12.466 9.266 10.033 12.366 44.131
28 Daria Nazarova Volga 13.100 10.833 10.333 9.533 43.799
29 Elena Litvinchuk Central 12.200 9.733 10.266 10.866 43.065
30 Maria Kharenkova Southern —— —— 13.500 13.133 26.633
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17 thoughts on “2018 Russian Cup Results

  1. I watched the Russian Cup BB event final. Oh my! Did they grease down the beam beforehand? It was special even by Russian standards. Why is it that the Russian girls show absolutely No. Fight. At. All. on beam? It’s maddening. Say what you will about Marta Karolyi (and people are saying plenty), but she created a culture in which the American girls fight for their lives on beam. The Russians act like they don’t care.

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    • They said the beam was brand new and super soft, so it couldn’t take the impact of landings as well, making it harder to grab on with their toes…but I feel like that’s 50% true and 50% of the problem is that this is Russia on beam we’re talking about, lol.

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    • Fair, for the most part! Last year they had multiple 15s on beam and that was a little…no. But this year they’ve definitely scaled back a bit which I was happy to see.

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      • For sheer entertainment value, I would have loved to see multiple 15s given out for those beam routines. But even Russia has its limits. The one who really broke my heart on beam was Kharenkova. Remember when she was a real beamer? Now she can’t put a double back dismount to her feet (unless she missed a foot on the dismount takeoff).

        And I didn’t realize Zubova was attempting an Onodi until I read the comments below. I had no idea what the girl was attempting. It wasn’t anything resembling a successful element.

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        • I sound snarky and dismissive of the Russian girls. I don’t mean to be. I actually adore the Russian team. They are so much fun and they do some great skills. I tease because I love.

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    • It drives me crazy because she has such original combos and can be so amazing on this event, and this skill just ruins the routine. Poor technique, ugly and she falls every time. WHY????

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    • It took me several views to realize that’s what she was attempting. She constantly falls on it and it looks so wonky that I can’t imagine it being great in training either. I’m not sure why they’re keeping it in.

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