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The UEG has released the nominative rosters for this year’s European Championships, to be held beginning April 21 in Basel, Switzerland.
A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each federation.
Confirmed by Azerisport as of March 24..
Preliminary roster confirmed by Gymfed as of March 23. The federation announced the final selection on April 6, with Louon replacing Lisa Vaelen, and then on April 12, they announced that Verkest would be replacing Nina Derwael.
Confirmed by Hrvatski Gimnasticki Savez as of March 20.
Confirmed by Suomen Voimistelulitto as of March 25.
Confirmed by DTB as of April 10.
Confirmed by British Gymnastics as of April 1. Kinsella replaces Claudia Fragapane, who was originally on the nominative roster. As of April 15, Jennifer Gadirova was removed from the roster due to a nagging injury, with Jakubczyk taking over her spot. Ondine Achampong is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Hellenic Gymnastics Federation as of March 24.
Confirmed by Fimleikasamband Islands as of March 23.
Confirmed by Gymnastics Ireland as of April 9.
Confirmed by Federazione Ginnastica d’Italia as of April 16.
Confirmed by the Federação de Ginástica de Portugal as of March 30.
Confirmed by the Federatia Romana de Gimnastica as of April 13. Ceplinschi replaces Silviana Sfiringu and Ioana Stanciulescu, who were originally on the nominative roster but have withdrawn due to “medical problems.”
Preliminary roster confirmed by TASS as of March 24.
Article by Lauren Hopkins