2019 Brazilian Event Championships Results

The 2019 Brazilian Championships were held from June 7 through June 9 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

All-Around Results

Rank Athlete Club VT UB BB FX AA
1 Thais Fidelis CEGIN 13.700 12.100 13.133 13.033 51.966
2 Flavia Saraiva Flamengo 13.400 12.433 13.833 12.233 51.899
3 Jade Barbosa Flamengo 14.233 13.100 11.833 12.600 51.766
4 Lorrane Oliveira Flamengo 13.167 12.800 12.700 12.300 50.967
5 Julia Soares CEGIN 12.633 11.767 13.433 13.100 50.933
6 Carolyne Pedro CEGIN 13.433 12.267 11.933 12.267 49.900
7 Isabel Barbosa Pinheiro 13.300 10.933 12.767 12.433 49.433
8 Leticia Costa Fluminense 13.567 12.300 11.933 11.600 49.400
9 Ana Luiza Lima CEGIN 13.167 10.167 12.533 13.100 48.967
10 Luisa Gomes São Bernardo 12.400 10.833 12.367 11.833 47.433
11 Vitoria Migliorin Gremio Nautico 12.767 11.167 10.900 12.000 46.834
12 Isabelle Cruz Flamengo 13.200 10.500 10.900 11.900 46.500
13 Milleny Soares Gremio Nautico 12.533 10.400 11.467 11.133 45.533
14 Camile Fonseca São Bernardo 12.633 11.333 10.400 10.900 45.266
15 Julia Godoi São Bernardo 12.833 10.967 10.367 11.033 45.200
16 Bianca Tavares Fluminense 11.500 11.067 10.767 11.667 45.001
17 Camila Almeida Minas Tenis 11.833 10.100 11.300 11.533 44.766
18 Rafaela Oliva Gremio Nautico 12.633 8.933 10.900 11.233 43.699
19 Marcela Meireles Fluminense 12.500 10.433 10.133 10.200 43.266
20 Natalia Jesus Fluminense 12.167 10.367 8.867 10.200 41.601
21 Yasmin Ribeiro Fluminense 13.167 8.067 9.667 9.900 40.801
22 Rebeca Andrade Flamengo —— 12.833 13.533 13.767 40.133
23 Vitoria Silva Flamengo 11.900 6.633 10.267 11.200 40.000
24 Thayse Silva Gremio Nautico 13.433 —— 12.800 11.933 38.166
25 Maria Rita Santos Fluminense 12.233 10.433 —— 10.100 32.766
26 Mirella Santos Minas Tenis 12.000 —— 9.767 10.633 32.400
27 Amanda Lima São Bernardo 12.633 11.800 —— —— 24.433
28 Christal Bezerra Centro —— 12.133 10.067 —— 22.200
29 Lorena Rocha Flamengo —— 10.100 10.967 —— 21.067
30 Gabrielly Messias CWB —— —— 9.933 —— 9.933

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Club Average
1 Isabelle Cruz Flamengo 13.867
2 Leticia Costa Fluminense 13.200
3 Thayse Silva Gremio Nautico 13.017
4 Isabel Barbosa Pinheiros 12.934
5 Camila Almeida Minas Tenis 12.717
6 Amanda Lima São Bernardo 12.017

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Club D E ND Total
1 Lorrane Oliveira Flamengo 5.4 8.067 13.467
2 Flavia Saraiva Flamengo 5.2 7.800 13.000
3 Jade Barbosa Flamengo 5.6 7.133 12.733
4 Carolyne Pedro CEGIN 5.2 7.433 12.633
5 Leticia Costa Fluminense 4.7 7.600 12.300
6 Christal Bezerra Centro Olimpico 5.1 6.500 11.600

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Club D E ND Total
1 Flavia Saraiva Flamengo 5.7 7.800 13.500
2 Lorrane Oliveira Flamengo 5.0 8.067 13.067
3 Julia Soares CEGIN 4.8 8.067 12.867
4 Thayse Silva Gremio Nautico 5.3 7.133 12.433
5 Thais Fidelis CEGIN 5.5 6.633 12.133
6 Isabel Barbosa Pinheiros 5.3 6.100 11.400

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Club D E ND Total
1 Ana Luiza Lima CEGIN 5.3 8.800 14.100
2 Jade Barbosa Flamengo 5.5 8.233 13.733
3 Julia Soares CEGIN 5.1 8.367 13.467
4 Isabel Barbosa Pinheiros 5.1 8.100 13.200
5 Thais Fidelis CEGIN 5.2 8.033 -0.1 13.133
6 Lorrane Oliveira Flamengo 5.3 7.733 -0.1 12.933

9 thoughts on “2019 Brazilian Event Championships Results

    • Ana Luiza is a junior…it’ll likely be Saraiva, Barbosa, Fidelis, Oliveira, and perhaps a younger senior. I think they’re hoping Anna Reis will be healthy by worlds, but I could see them also going back to Carolyne Pedro since she has experience. Unfortunately none of the new seniors this year are all that strong; Ana Luiza Araujo, Laura Rocha, Luisa Silva, and Camila Almeida are the most likely to get the call for experience but I don’t think either is capable of more than a 48 AA max so I can see them just going back to Carolyne Pedro, who at least has major international experience. Losing Andrade is a huge blow, though.

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      • Awww, I was like ooh nice bonus floor score for them, but they’ll have to wait. Yeah, I think Pedro make the most sense, too. Andrade really IS a huge loss! She had improved so much on beam and floor, too, and I was excited to see what she could accomplish this year 😦 wishing her a speedy recovery.

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  1. I called it out that Andrade was never going to live to her potential. Brazil will NEVER have a Worlds let alone Olympics medal.

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  2. I really think Andrade should
    definitely retire. She has had the same injury, a serious one, three times. For me it’s become a matter of health. Are her coaches and technical staff pushing her to stay? Or is it a self-thought decision? Anyway it seems irresponsible to go ahead with that. The chances are big that she will have the same injury when she returns next year. I hope not and I pray for her. Wish a good recovery.

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  3. GUTTED for Andrade. She has so much potential but just gets injured at the worst times. I don’t know if she’s pushing too hard or her coaches are or if it’s a curse or just bad luck. I want to see her do really well because we all know she’s capable. But it sucks because she seems to get injured often.

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