The European Championships Senior Men’s Master Team List

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Roman Kulesza

A couple of weeks ago, the UEG released the nominative rosters for European Championships, to be held beginning April 10 in Szczecin, Poland.

With two weeks to go, several federations have also announced their teams, and we’re expecting many more to become public shortly. A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each national program.

ALBANIA

  • Matvei Petrov

Nominative.

ARMENIA

  • Artur Avetisyan
  • Artur Davtyan
  • Vahagn Davtyan
  • Vigen Khachatryan
  • Harutyun Merdinyan
  • Artur Tovmasyan

Nominative.

AUSTRIA

  • Alexander Benda
  • Xheni Dyrmishi
  • Vinzenz Höck

Confirmed by ÖFT as of March 19.

AZERBAIJAN

  • Murad Agharzayev
  • Nikita Simonov
  • Ivan Tikhonov

Nominative.

BELARUS

  • Raman Antropau
  • Andrey Likhovitskiy
  • Vasili Mikhalitsyn
  • Dzianis Sanuvonh
  • Yahor Sharamkou

Nominative.

BELGIUM

  • Maxime Gentges
  • Dennis Goossens
  • Luka van den Keybus
  • Jimmy Verbaeys
  • Jonathan Vrolix

Confirmed by GymFed as of March 14.

BULGARIA

  • Yordan Aleksandrov
  • David Huddleston
  • Isus Marinov

Nominative.

CROATIA

  • Matija Baron
  • Aurel Benovic
  • Robert Seligman
  • Tin Srbic
  • Filip Ude
  • Jakov Vlahek

Nominative.

CYPRUS

  • Marios Georgiou
  • Tom Nicolaou

Nominative.

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • Frantisek Cerny
  • Radomir Sliz

Nominative.

DENMARK

  • Jacob Buus
  • Joao Fuglsig
  • Christoffer Hallund
  • Christian Riisberg
  • Mikkel Rørlund
  • Rasmus Vorup

Nominative.

FINLAND

  • Oskar Kirmes
  • Robert Kirmes
  • Elias Koski
  • Aaro Lamberg
  • Eeli Mikkola
  • Patrick Palmroth
  • Heikki Saarenketo
  • Emil Soravuo

Confirmed by Suomen Voimistelulitto as of March 28. Patrick Palmroth and Heikki Saarenketo were originally on the nominative roster but were not named to the final team.

FRANCE

  • Samir Aït Saïd
  • Antoine Borello
  • Paul Degouy
  • Loris Frasca
  • Julien Gobaux
  • Cyril Tommasone

Confirmed by Fédération Française de Gymnastique as of March 13. Jim Zona is the alternate.

GEORGIA

  • Saba Abesadze
  • Vitalii Arseniev
  • Konstantin Kuzovkov

Nominative.

GERMANY

  • Lukas Dauser
  • Nick Klessing
  • Marcel Nguyen
  • Felix Remuta
  • Ivan Rittschik
  • Andreas Toba

Nominative.

GREAT BRITAIN

  • Brinn Bevan
  • Dominick Cunningham
  • Joe Fraser
  • James Hall
  • Courtney Tulloch
  • Max Whitlock

Confirmed by British Gymnastics on March 11.

GREECE

  • Georgios Chatziefstathiou
  • Nikolaos Iliopoulos
  • Christoforos Konstantinidis
  • Nikolaos Kranitis
  • Antonios Tantalidis

Confirmed by the Hellenic Gymnastics Federation as of March 16.

HUNGARY

  • Adam Babos
  • Krisztian Boncser
  • Botond Kardos
  • David Vecsernyes

Nominative.

ICELAND

  • Eythor Baldursson
  • Valgard Reinhardsson

Confirmed by Fimleikasamband Íslands as of March 19.

IRELAND

  • Rhys McClenaghan
  • Adam Steele

Confirmed by Gymnastics Ireland as of March 13.

ISRAEL

  • Artem Dolgopyat
  • Pavel Gulidov
  • Andrey Medvedev
  • Alexander Myakinin
  • Alexander Shatilov
  • Michael Sorokine

Nominative.

ITALY

  • Nicola Bartolini
  • Ludovico Edalli
  • Jacopo Gliozzi
  • Marco Lodadio
  • Carlo Macchini
  • Nicolo Mozzato

Nominative.

LATVIA

  • Olegs Ivanovs
  • Viktors Jermakovs

Nominative.

LITHUANIA

  • Rokas Guscinas
  • Tomas Kuzmickas
  • Robert Tvorogal

Nominative.

NETHERLANDS

  • Michel Bletterman
  • Rick Jacobs
  • Bram Louwije
  • Casimir Schmidt
  • Bram Verhofstad
  • Epke Zonderland

Confirmed by Dutch Gymnastics as of March 13. As of March 27, Bram Verhofstad has withdrawn due to a back injury sustained while training for the Doha World Cup. The federation has not yet decided whether or not to name a replacement.

NORWAY

  • Pietro Giachino
  • Stian Skjerahaug
  • Henrik Stiansen
  • Harald Wibye

Nominative.

POLAND

  • Lukasz Borkowski
  • Pawel Kaskow
  • Roman Kulesza
  • Filip Sasnal
  • Dawid Weglarz
  • Piotr Wieczorek

Nominative.

PORTUGAL

  • Bernardo Almeida
  • Simao Almeida
  • Petrix Barbosa
  • Guilherme Campos

Confirmed by Federação de Ginastica de Portugal as of March 27.

ROMANIA

  • Cristian Bataga
  • Marian Dragulescu
  • Adelin Kotrong
  • Toma Modoianu-Zseder
  • Emilian Neagu

Nominative.

RUSSIA

  • Denis Abliazin
  • Artur Dalaloyan
  • Dmitrii Lankin
  • Nikita Nagornyy
  • Vladislav Poliashov
  • Ivan Stretovich

Nominative.

SERBIA

  • Nikola Jurkovic
  • Vlada Rakovic
  • Petar Vefic
  • Petar Velickovic

Nominative.

SLOVAKIA

  • Slavomir Michnak

Nominative.

SLOVENIA

  • Saso Bertoncelj
  • Rok Klavora
  • Luka Terbovsek

Nominative.

SPAIN

  • Thierno Diallo
  • Ruben Lopez
  • Nicolau Mir
  • Joel Plata
  • Adria Vera
  • Rayderley Zapata

Confirmed by Real Federacion Española de Gimnasia as of March 20.

SWEDEN

  • Karl Idesjö
  • Filip Lidbeck
  • David Rumbutis
  • Christopher Soos
  • Kim Vanström

Confirmed by Svensk Gymnastik as of March 13.

SWITZERLAND

  • Christian Baumann
  • Pablo Brägger
  • Benjamin Gischard
  • Oliver Hegi
  • Taha Serhani
  • Eddy Yusof

Confirmed by the Schweizerischer Turnverband as of March 13.

TURKEY

  • Mustafa Arca
  • Ferhat ARican
  • Ibrahim Colak
  • Ahmet Önder
  • Ilkay Uguz
  • Hamza Yilmaz

Nominative.

UKRAINE

  • Vladyslav Hryko
  • Vladyslav Hrynevych
  • Petro Pakhniuk
  • Igor Radivilov
  • Maksym Vasylenko
  • Yevgen Yudenkov

Nominative.

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5 thoughts on “The European Championships Senior Men’s Master Team List

  1. Regarding the French team, Jim Zona was injured during the qualifications of the EnBW team competition in Stuttgart and is off the team.

    Julien Gobaux had an arm injury during training and had an operation a couple of days ago. He’s also out.

    I don’t know yet if they’ll be replaced or if the federation will send just a team of 5. Maybe Edgar Boulet?

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    • Thanks! I thought I heard about Jim Zona’s injury but wasn’t sure what had happened…didn’t know about Julien though. 😦 Hopefully Edgar gets to go!

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      • For Jim: bad reception on vault and injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), just less than a year after a rupture of the Achilles’ tendon. That’s tough. 😕
        Julien’s injury seems minor and I hope he’ll recover by Worlds. Edgar doesn’t seem to have been asked to join in, which I don’t really understand because he can have decent results on HB, floor and vault. 🤔
        Filip Lidbeck from Sweden got injured in Stuttgart too (on floor) but I don’t know how serious this is.

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