2018 World Championships Photo Gallery | Women’s Qualifications Subdivision 9

The photo gallery from the ninth subdivision of women’s qualifications at the 2018 World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

All photos are by Alexandra Leask. Please ask before using.

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Demet Mutlu, Turkey

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Demet Mutlu, Turkey

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Victoria Kajø, Denmark

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Flavia Saraiva, Brazil

Rebeca Andrade, Brazil

Kelly Simm, Great Britain

Emilie Winther, Denmark

Emilie Winther, Denmark

Emilie Winther, Denmark

Emilie Winther, Denmark

Flavia Saraiva, Brazil

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Becky Downie, Great Britain

Rebeca Andrade, Brazil

Rebeca Andrade, Brazil

Becky Downie, Great Britain

Mette Hulgaard, Denmark

Mette Hulgaard, Denmark

Mette Hulgaard, Denmark

Ellie Downie, Great Britain

Kelly Simm, Great Britain

Demet Mutlu, Turkey

Ellie Downie, Great Britain

Ellie Downie, Great Britain

Ellie Downie, Great Britain

Ellie Downie, Great Britain

Göksu Üctas Sanli, Turkey

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Georgia-Mae Fenton, Great Britain

Göksu Üctas Sanli, Turkey

Göksu Üctas Sanli, Turkey

Göksu Üctas Sanli, Turkey

Becky Downie, Great Britain

Becky Downie, Great Britain

Tutya Yilmaz, Turkey\

Tutya Yilmaz, Turkey

Tutya Yilmaz, Turkey

Tutya Yilmaz, Turkey

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Lorrane Oliveira, Brazil

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Jade Barbosa, Brazil

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Flavia Saraiva, Brazil

Angelina Simakova, Russia

Flavia Saraiva, Brazil

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

Angelina Simakova, Russia

Thais Fidelis, Brazil

Thais Fidelis, Brazil

Thais Fidelis, Brazil

Alice Kinsella, Great Britain

Alice Kinsella, Brazil

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Alice Kinsella, Great Britain

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Irina Alexeeva, Russia

Angelina Simakova, Russia

Angelina Simakova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Angelina Melnikova, Russia

Kelly Simm, Great Britain

Kelly Simm, Great Britain

Aliya Mustafina, Russia

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3 thoughts on “2018 World Championships Photo Gallery | Women’s Qualifications Subdivision 9

  1. Beautiful photos. Do you know anything about if Mustafina changed her name from Aliya to Aliia? The FIG lists her as Aliia and someone said she did a new translation after birth.

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    • Whoever is in charge of submitting names to the FIG for Russia must have transliterated them differently than the last person. It’s not a spelling chosen by Aliya, who still goes by Aliya in all of her social media. Her name written in Cyrillic can be transliterated probably 100 different ways. For some reason the person submitting the names to the FIG now is doing double i’s everywhere instead of just an i or an iy combo. For example, they’re submitting Kseniia instead of Ksenia or Kseniya, Liliia instead of Lilia or Liliya, and so on. Same with Irina Alexeeva’s last name. She still goes by Alexeeva in the U.S. and officially, but whoever transliterated her name from Cyrillic and sent it to the FIG did Alekseeva with the ks instead of the x, which is how some Alexandras are now being referred to as Aleksandra as well.

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