2020 Baku World Cup Results

The 2020 Baku World Cup was held from March 12 through March 13 in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Note: this competition was canceled following qualifications and did not include apparatus finals.

Women’s Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Teja Belak Slovenia 5.4 8.966 14.366 14.199
5.0 9.033 14.033
2 Coline Devillard France 5.8 9.000 14.800 14.150
4.6 8.900 13.500
3 Marina Nekrasova Azerbaijan 5.8 8.533 -0.1 14.233 14.133
5.2 8.833 14.033
4 Sophie Marois Canada 5.4 8.600 14.000 13.750
4.8 8.700 13.500
5 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 5.0 8.633 13.633 13.683
4.8 8.933 13.733
6 Ahtziri Sandoval Mexico 5.6 7.700 13.300 13.550
5.0 8.800 13.800
7 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.0 8.833 13.833 13.499
4.6 8.566 13.166
8 Tijana Korent Croatia 4.6 8.700 13.300 13.300
4.6 8.700 13.300
9 Audrey Rousseau Canada 4.6 9.000 13.600 13.283
4.0 8.966 12.966
10 Bilge Tarhan Turkey 4.6 8.633 13.233 13.216
4.6 8.600 13.200
11 Maria Paseka Russia 5.4 8.766 -0.1 14.066 13.183
4.8 7.500 12.300
12 Maia Fishwick New Zealand 4.1 8.600 12.700 13.000
4.6 8.700 13.300
13 Gabriela Janik Poland 4.8 7.500 12.300 12.950
4.8 8.900 -0.1 13.600
14 Ceren Biner Turkey 5.0 7.333 -0.1 12.233 12.816
4.8 8.600 13.400
15 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.4 7.333 -0.3 12.433 12.583
5.2 7.533 12.733
16 Lilian Langenskiöld Finland 4.0 8.600 12.600 12.383
3.7 8.466 12.166
17 Aliaksandra Varabyova Belarus 4.6 8.566 -0.1 13.066 12.199
4.2 7.233 -0.1 11.333
18 Enni Kettunen Finland 4.6 7.300 -0.3 11.600 12.166
4.0 8.733 12.733
19 Yana Vorona Russia 0.0 0.000 -0.1 0.000 6.450
4.2 8.700 12.900
Georgia-Mae Fenton Great Britain 5.4 7.433 -0.3 12.533 DNF
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Maria Kharenkova Georgia 3.5 8.466 11.966 DNF
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Women’s Bars Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Fan Yilin China 6.5 8.633 15.133
2 Anastasiia Iliankova Russia 6.3 8.466 14.766
3 Rebeca Andrade Brazil 6.1 8.133 14.233
4 Daria Spiridonova Russia 5.8 8.291 14.091
5 Georgia-Rose Brown Australia 5.8 8.100 13.900
6 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.7 7.866 13.566
7 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 5.2 7.933 13.133
8 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.7 7.133 12.833
9 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 5.6 7.100 12.700
10 Sophie Marois Canada 5.0 7.666 12.666
11 Audrey Rousseau Canada 4.5 8.066 12.566
12 Dilara Yurtdas Turkey 4.8 7.666 12.466
13 Ganna Metelitsa Belarus 5.3 7.133 12.433
14 Anastasiya Savitskaya Belarus 4.6 7.533 12.133
15 Marta Pihan-Kulesza Poland 5.3 6.833 12.133
16 Ahtziri Sandoval Mexico 5.3 6.666 11.966
17 Lilian Langenskiöld Finland 4.3 7.633 11.933
18 Georgia-Mae Fenton Great Britain 5.4 6.400 11.800
19 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.6 6.866 11.466
20 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.0 6.133 11.133
21 Nazli Savranbasi Turkey 4.4 6.600 11.000
22 Maia Fishwick New Zealand 4.8 6.166 10.966
23 Isabella Brett New Zealand 4.2 6.633 10.833
24 Enni Kettunen Finland 4.5 6.000 10.500
25 Naveen Daries South Africa 4.7 5.066 9.766

Women’s Beam Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Urara Ashikawa Japan 5.4 8.450 13.850
2 Rebeca Andrade Brazil 5.6 8.200 13.800
3 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 5.8 7.700 13.500
4 Emma Nedov Australia 5.4 7.766 13.166
5 Yana Vorona Russia 5.7 7.433 13.133
6 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 5.4 7.700 13.100
7 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.3 7.600 12.900
8 Maria Kharenkova Georgia 5.2 7.566 12.766
9 Lara Mori Italy 5.3 7.441 12.741
10 Tran Doan Quynh Nam Vietnam 5.3 7.375 12.675
11 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 5.1 7.533 12.633
12 Marta Pihan-Kulesza Poland 5.4 7.200 12.600
13 Naveen Daries South Africa 4.8 7.633 12.433
14 Sophie Marois Canada 4.7 7.633 12.333
15 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.5 6.766 12.266
16 Coline Devillard France 4.8 7.400 12.200
17 Anastasiya Savitskaya Belarus 5.0 7.133 12.133
Marina Nekrasova Azerbaijan 5.0 7.133 12.133
19 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 4.9 6.833 11.733
20 Ana Derek Croatia 5.3 6.300 -0.1 11.500
21 Georgia-Mae Fenton Great Britain 4.7 6.766 11.466
22 Georgia-Rose Brown Australia 4.6 6.766 11.366
23 Enni Kettunen Finland 4.3 7.000 11.300
24 Audrey Rousseau Canada 4.8 6.400 11.200
25 Ceren Biner Turkey 5.0 6.100 11.100
26 Nazli Savranbasi Turkey 4.9 6.166 11.066
Gabriela Janik Poland 4.9 6.166 11.066
28 Sara Loikas Finland 4.3 6.600 10.900
29 Isabella Brett New Zealand 5.0 5.066 10.066
30 Ana Lago Mexico 5.2 4.900 10.000
31 Ganna Metelitsa Belarus 4.3 5.533 9.833
32 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 4.3 4.166 8.466

Women’s Floor Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Lara Mori Italy 5.3 7.966 13.266
2 Vanessa Ferrari Italy 4.8 8.166 12.966
3 Audrey Rousseau Canada 4.9 7.933 12.833
4 Angelina Radivilova Ukraine 5.0 7.766 12.766
5 Thais Fidelis Brazil 5.2 7.566 12.766
6 Ondine Achampong Great Britain 4.8 7.833 12.633
7 Georgia-Rose Brown Australia 4.6 8.000 12.600
8 Yana Vorona Russia 4.9 7.800 -0.1 12.600
9 Ana Derek Croatia 4.8 7.766 12.566
10 Ana Lago Mexico 4.9 7.600 12.400
11 Marta Pihan-Kulesza Poland 4.2 8.066 12.266
12 Anastasiia Bachynska Ukraine 4.9 7.733 -0.4 12.233
13 Coline Devillard France 4.7 7.566 -0.1 12.166
14 Sophie Marois Canada 4.7 7.400 12.100
15 Dilara Yurtdas Turkey 4.4 7.633 12.033
16 Maria Kharenkova Georgia 4.7 7.433 -0.1 12.033
17 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.6 7.700 -0.3 12.000
18 Tran Doan Quynh Nam Vietnam 4.3 7.666 11.966
19 Caitlin Rooskrantz South Africa 4.6 7.466 -0.1 11.966
20 Cemre Kendirci Turkey 4.5 7.466 11.966
21 Anastasiya Savitskaya Belarus 4.4 7.500 11.900
22 Isabella Brett New Zealand 4.5 7.266 11.766
23 Enni Kettunen Finland 4.4 7.233 11.633
24 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 4.2 7.100 11.300
25 Sara Loikas Finland 4.2 6.933 11.133
26 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.3 6.600 -0.3 10.600
27 Ganna Metelitsa Belarus 4.6 5.466 10.066

10 thoughts on “2020 Baku World Cup Results

      • Ah no. Makes sense when you obviously think you have a final to perform in. Have they said if they’re using the qualifications score to call the competition or are they scrapping the meet? I’ll be gutted beyond words for her if she misses out because of this.

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  1. Cancelling finals is beyond stupid. They could cancel attendance but still let the athletes compete. They have already travelled and been exposed to eachother.

    What makes me really sad is that this looks like it would have been a chance for Andrade to move towards a qualification!! So impressed with her coming back to this level so soon. But worried that she won’t be back in aa in time to qualify through continentals – if they actually exist. Maaaaybe Flavia could win a spot there and Andrade could go. :: Hopeful ::

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    • I am all for precautions but at some point people do need to also step back and do some rational thinking. I agree they should’ve just go on with the final without attendance as long as no gymnasts are showing any symptoms. it’s too late to stop any spread from any asymtomatic person after qualification anyway,

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      • I understand the frustration but I work in public health. Even though the athletes have been around each other, there’s still a chance that some haven’t been exposed and can transmit it + those who may already have it best not compete even if they are only in the middle of the incubation period. Lastly, with how quickly things are developing many of these gymnasts need to focus on finding a hotel or temporary home to stay at if they can’t fly back to their actual home. Very stressful situation.
        Seeing as so many other competitions are canceled at this point, there wasn’t much of a point in continuing this anyway.

        At this point the focus needs to be curbing the outbreak so that we don’t have to worry about these kinds of decisions.

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