The 2019 National Champions

the 2018national champions

Sarah Voss

As part of our research files, we’re keeping track of every country’s national champions each year.

I’m always looking up various national records from random countries and you’d be surprised how few countries actually keep track of this stuff, at least in a public way. In addition to keeping results for every national championships on this website, it’ll now be as easy as clicking a link to find out who won each year in each country.

In the table below, the senior all-around champions are listed on the left and the juniors on the right. For national championships that don’t split their all-around finals between levels, I included the top senior and the top junior from that single field (e.g. for Japan, Asuka Teramoto won the meet, so she is the senior champion, while Chiaki Hatakeda was the best junior, finishing 4th overall, so she is the ‘junior champion’…and in Romania, a junior had the top spot at nationals, so I chose the top-ranked senior for the “senior champion” spot).

For future reference, this document will always be available under The Research Files on the main menu bar above. Enjoy!

ARGENTINA
Luna Fernandez Meline Mesropyan
AUSTRALIA
Georgia Godwin Tiana Odessa
AUSTRIA
Jasmin Mader Javzandolgor Ochirsukh
Leni Bohle
BELGIUM
Nina Derwael Keziah Langendock, junior
Lisa Inghelbrecht, espoir
BRAZIL
Thais Fidelis Julia Soares
CANADA
Ellie Black Rébéka Groulx
CHINA
Liu Tingting Luo Rui, junior
Bi Qingqing, espoir
COLOMBIA
Sabrina Cortes Isabella Rengifo
CZECH REPUBLIC
Aneta Holasova Daniela Halova
DENMARK
Victoria Gilberg Camille Rasmussen, junior
Natalie Jensen, espoir
ENGLAND
Amelie Morgan Ondine Achampongjunior
Annabel Shaw, espoir
FINLAND
Ada Hautala Maisa Kuusikko
FRANCE
Mélanie De Jesus Dos Santos Alizee Letrange-Mouakit, junior
Kaylia Nemour, espoir
GERMANY
Sarah Voss Emma Malewski, 2004
Julia Birck, 2005
Paula Vega Tarrago, 2006
Meolie Jauch, 2007
GREAT BRITAIN
Ellie Downie Ondine Achampongjunior
Jea Maracha, espoir
GREECE
Ioanna Xoulogi Magdalini Tsiori
HUNGARY
Noémi Makra
ICELAND
Agnes Suto-Tuuha Laufey Johannsdottir
INDIA
Pranati Nayak Purva Kirve
IRELAND
Meg Ryan Poppy Whelehan, junior
Abbie Corbett, espoir
ISRAEL
Lihie Raz Idan Rakocz
ITALY
Asia D’Amato
JAPAN
Asuka Teramoto Chiaki Hatakeda
LITHUANIA
Greta Semionova Ema Pleskyte
MEXICO
Anapaula Gutierrez Greys Briceño
NETHERLANDS
Naomi Visser Lisa van Rozen
NEW ZEALAND
Daria Indioukov
NORWAY
Julie Søderstrøm Julie Madsø
POLAND
Gabriela Janik Dagmara Pyzio
PORTUGAL
Filipa Martins Francisca Cancela
PUERTO RICO
Karelys Diaz Sophia Ocasio
ROMANIA
Iulia Berar Silviana Sfiringu, junior
Ana Maria Barbosu, espoir
RUSSIA
Angelina Simakova Vladislava Urazova
SCOTLAND
Cara Kennedy Crystelle Lake, junior
Kennedi Foster, espoir
SINGAPORE
Zeng Qiyan Mia Tay Simin
SOUTH AFRICA
Naveen Daries Tyde Cooper
SOUTH KOREA
Kim Ju-ry Shin Sol-yi
SPAIN
Ana Perez Claudia Villalba
SWEDEN
Tonya Paulsson Emelie Westlund
SWITZERLAND
Giulia Steingruber Lilli Habisreutinger
TURKEY
Demet Mutlu Dilara Yurtdas
UKRAINE
Angelina Radivilova Viktoriia Ivanenko
UNITED STATES
Simone Biles Kayla DiCello
WALES
Emily Thomas Mia Evans, espoir

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