2020 Melbourne World Cup Results

The 2020 Melbourne World Cup was held from February 20 through February 23 in Melbourne, Australia.

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Jade Carey United States 6.0 9.066 -0.1 14.966 14.866
5.4 9.366 14.766
2 Coline Devillard France 5.8 8.966 14.766 14.249
5.4 8.433 -0.1 13.733
3 Shoko Miyata Japan 5.4 8.833 14.233 14.149
5.2 8.866 14.066
4 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.4 8.600 14.000 13.983
5.2 8.766 13.966
5 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 5.0 8.666 13.666 13.716
4.8 8.966 13.766
6 Ahtziri Sandoval Mexico 5.6 8.600 -0.1 14.100 13.650
4.4 8.800 13.200
7 Teja Belak Slovenia 5.4 7.600 13.000 13.466
5.0 8.933 13.933
8 Maria Paseka Russia 5.8 7.633 -0.3 13.133 13.233
4.8 8.533 13.333

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Diana Varinska Ukraine 5.9 7.833 13.733
2 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.6 8.033 13.633
3 Daria Spiridonova Russia 5.9 7.633 13.533
4 Georgia-Rose Brown Australia 5.8 7.666 13.466
5 Aoka Mori Japan 5.7 7.666 13.366
6 Anastasia Iliankova Russia 5.9 7.200 13.100
7 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.5 6.066 11.566
8 Kokoro Fukasawa Japan 5.2 5.300 10.500

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Urara Ashikawa Japan 5.5 7.800 13.300
2 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 5.4 7.766 13.166
3 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.7 7.233 12.933
4 Diana Varinska Ukraine 5.1 7.700 12.800
5 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.6 7.166 12.766
6 Emma Nedov Australia 5.5 7.033 12.533
7 Ayaka Sakaguchi Japan 5.4 7.000 12.400
8 Emma Spence Canada 5.0 6.600 11.600

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Jade Carey United States 6.0 8.366 14.366
2 Vanessa Ferrari Italy 5.5 8.200 13.700
3 Lara Mori Italy 5.3 7.600 12.900
4 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 4.7 8.000 12.700
5 Isabela Onyshko Canada 5.0 7.533 12.533
6 Breanna Scott Australia 4.8 7.600 12.400
7 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.4 6.933 12.333
8 Emma Spence Canada 4.9 7.300 -0.1 12.100

Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Jade Carey United States 6.0 9.266 15.266 15.049
5.4 9.433 14.833
2 Shoko Miyata Japan 5.4 8.866 14.266 14.166
5.2 8.866 14.066
3 Coline Devillard France 5.8 9.000 14.800 14.050
5.4 7.900 13.100
4 Ahtziri Sandoval Mexico 5.6 8.933 -0.1 14.433 13.916
4.6 8.800 13.200
5 Maria Paseka Russia 5.4 8.966 14.366 13.883
4.8 8.700 -0.1 13.400
6 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.4 8.400 -0.1 13.700 13.883
5.2 8.866 14.066
7 Teja Belak Slovenia 5.4 8.366 13.766 13.849
5.0 8.933 13.933
8 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 5.0 8.800 13.800 13.733
4.8 8.866 13.666
9 Makarena Pinto Chile 5.6 8.433 14.033 13.633
5.2 8.333 -0.3 13.233
10 Emma Spence Canada 5.0 8.900 13.900 13.333
4.1 8.666 12.766
11 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.2 7.633 -0.3 12.533 12.999
4.6 8.866 13.466
12 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.0 9.083 14.083 12.074
2.0 8.066 10.066
Isabena Onyshko Canada 4.6 8.733 13.333 DNF
DNS DNS DNS
Ayaka Sakaguchi Japan 5.4 7.366 -0.1 12.666 DNF
DNS DNS DNS

Bars Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Anastasia Iliankova Russia 6.3 8.500 14.800
2 Daria Spiridonova Russia 6.1 8.166 14.266
3 Diana Varinska Ukraine 6.0 8.100 14.100
4 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.7 7.766 13.466
5 Aoka Mori Japan 5.7 7.633 13.333
6 Georgia-Rose Brown Australia 5.5 7.766 13.266
7 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.6 7.466 13.066
8 Kokoro Fukasawa Japan 5.8 7.133 12.933
9 Ahtziri Sandoval Mexico 5.4 7.366 12.766
10 Emma Spence Canada 5.2 7.500 12.700
11 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 5.5 6.958 12.458
12 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.6 7.366 11.966
13 Isabela Onyshko Canada 5.3 6.533 11.833

Beam Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Urara Ashikawa Japan 5.5 8.266 13.766
2 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.9 7.766 13.666
3 Emma Nedov Australia 5.5 7.600 13.100
4 Ayaka Sakaguchi Japan 5.4 7.666 13.066
5 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 5.1 7.891 12.991
6 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.3 7.666 12.966
7 Diana Varinska Ukraine 5.0 7.666 12.666
8 Emma Spence Canada 5.0 7.533 12.533
9 Lara Mori Italy 5.2 7.233 12.433
10 Tran Doan Quynh Nam Vietnam 4.8 7.433 12.233
11 Isabela Onyshko Canada 4.7 7.000 11.700
12 Yana Vorona Russia 5.0 6.433 11.433
13 Lai Pin-Ju Chinese Taipei 4.9 6.366 11.266
14 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.7 6.500 11.200
15 Teja Belak Slovenia 3.8 7.266 11.066

Floor Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Jade Carey United States 6.0 8.366 14.366
2 Vanessa Ferrari Italy 5.5 8.233 13.733
3 Lara Mori Italy 5.6 7.941 13.541
4 Georgia Godwin Australia 5.6 7.833 13.433
5 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 4.7 8.133 12.833
6 Isabela Onyshko Canada 5.0 7.766 12.766
7 Breanna Scott Australia 5.0 7.733 12.733
8 Emma Spence Canada 5.0 7.700 12.700
9 Kiko Kuwajima Japan 5.2 7.333 12.533
10 Claudia Fragapane Great Britain 5.3 7.566 -0.4 12.466
11 Fang Ko-Ching Chinese Taipei 4.8 7.633 12.433
12 Diana Varinska Ukraine 4.7 7.633 12.333
13 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.1 7.166 -0.4 11.866
14 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.4 7.466 -0.1 11.766
15 Tran Doan Quynh Nam Vietnam 4.1 7.633 11.733
16 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.5 6.500 11.000
17 Ana Lago Mexico 5.3 4.900 -0.1 10.100

6 thoughts on “2020 Melbourne World Cup Results

    • Unless she is consistently the 2nd or 3rd best AA on the team, then no.
      Suni Lee and Simone Biles are essentially locks. Carey is a lock. With Carey and Biles they have VT finals locked up. Biles, Lee, Care will be there for FX finals.

      Skinner isn’t going to be taken for FX/VT medals because she will be 2 per’d out. There are stronger AAers with excellent DTYs and strong FX so those two events are not lacking. USA will need one more UB routine and potentially 2 BB routines for team finals. So look for AAers that are hitting UB/BB and could potentially make BB finals.

      McCallum makes sense for this team as last year she was the US’ 3rd best AAer and even with a fall was top 5 in the World. She could be used on VT in TF as well as FX easily, and UB is also usable for TF. There are other permutations for a four person team without Skinner.

      The US will still be the best VT and FX team at the Olympic without Skinner. Biles and 2 strong DTY will easily outpace the rest of the teams.

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  1. So Russia withdraw from AC. That kinda throw open the non US two positions open.

    Chinese gymnasts not allow to compete in Melbourne.

    FIG qualification process is kinda shot now.

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