This afternoon, the UEG released the nominative rosters for European Championships, to be held beginning August 2 in Glasgow.
With just under a month to go, several federations have also announced their teams, and we’re expecting many more to become public in the coming weeks. A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each federation.
Confirmed by Houry Gebeshian on Instagram.
Confirmed by Österreich Fachverband Turnen on July 10. The alternate will be decided closer to the competition.
Confirmed by Ganna Metelitsa on Instagram.
Confirmed by Raya Apostolova on Instagram.
- Magdalena Coufalova
- Jasmina Hnilicova
- Tamara Kalasova
- Natalie Brabcova
- Natalie Riantova
Nominative. Natalie Klakova, originally on the nominative list, was removed in an updated version of the list as of July 20.
Confirmed by Suomen Voimistelu on July 19.
Confirmed by Fédération Française de Gymnastique on June 27. As of July 23, Julia Forestier withdrew due to a hand injury and was replaced by the alternate Aline Friess.
Confirmed by the Deutscher Turner-Bund on July 19.
Confirmed by British Gymnastics on July 6.
Confirmed by the Greek Gymnastics Federation on July 4.
Confirmed by Magyar Torna Szövetség on July 26.
- Soley Gudmundsdottir
- Gudrun Hardardottir
- Laufey Johannsdottir
- Vigdis Palmadottir
- Emilia Sigurjonsdottir
Confirmed by Fimleikasamband Islands on July 3.
Confirmed by Gymnastics Ireland on July 4.
Confirmed by the Israeli Gymnastics Federation on July 29. Noam Dadon, originally on the nominative roster, was replaced by Geffen Dor.
Confirmed by the Federazione Ginnastica d’Italia on July 27. Alessia Federici wasn’t on the initial nominative roster but was added to the team following the selection camp.
Confirmed by Norway Women’s Gymnastics on Instagram.
Confirmed by the Federação de Ginastica de Portugal on July 17. Lia Sobral, originally on the nominative roster, was not included on the finalized list.
Confirmed by the Federatia Romana de Gimnastica on July 26. Iulia Berar, originally on the nominative roster, was replaced by Daniela Trica.
Confirmed by Elena Gerasimova on Instagram Stories. Daria Belousova, originally on the nominative roster, was replaced by Irina Komnova.
Confirmed by the Slovenska Gymnasticka Federacia on July 9.
Confirmed by Gimnasticna Zveza Slovenije on July 26.
Confirmed by the Real Federacion Española de Gimnasia on July 23. During training, Berta Pujadas broke her finger but the team wasn’t able to fly in a replacement.
Confirmed by Svensk Gymnastik on July 26.
Confirmed by the Schweizerischer Turnverband on July 2.
Confirmed by Göksu Üctas Sanli on Instagram.
Confirmed by the Ukrainian Gymnastics Federation on August 1.
Article by Lauren Hopkins
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