Who Is Eligible for the Men’s Olympic Berths at Euros?

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Yesterday, we helped you figure out which women would be eligible to earn Olympic berths at this year’s European Championships. Now, welcome to the companion post for men’s gymnastics!

For a refresher, there are two continental berths open for both WAG and MAG. A federation that has already qualified a full team through to the Olympic Games is eligible to earn non-nominative berths (meaning the federation owns it, not the specific gymnast who earned it here), while an individual from a federation that has not qualified a full team is eligible to earn a nominative berth (meaning the gymnast owns it). Note that to earn a non-nominative berth, the athlete can’t have competed as part of the team that qualified to the Olympic Games.

Also good to know? The top two eligible athletes in all-around qualifications will earn the spots, so it might not be that we see the outright first- and second-place gymnasts qualify. For example, if the top 1-6 all-arounders are all athletes who aren’t eligible, then the first eligible athlete ranked 7th all-around in qualifications will qualify into the first Olympic berth, and so on. Oh, and one more thing – both berths could end up being nominative, both could end up being non-nominative, or we could have one of each – there’s no rule here!

With no further ado, based on the athletes listed to compete all four events on start lists for tomorrow’s MAG qualifications, this is who will be eligible, as well as not eligible (either because they’ve already qualified individually or as part of a team, or because they’re not competing all four events here), to earn Olympic berths.

ELIGIBLE FOR NOMINATIVE
Yordan Aleksandrov (Bulgaria)
Georgios Angonas (Cyprus)
Adem Asil (Turkey)
Krisztian Balazs (Hungary)
Nicola Bartolini (Italy)
Szabolcs Batori (Hungary)
Alexander Benda (Austria)
Guilherme Campos (Portugal)
Lorenzo Casali (Italy)
Michalis Chari (Cyprus)
Kevin Crovetto (Monaco)
Sercan Demir (Turkey)
Sviataslau Dranitski (Belarus)
Theodor Gadderud (Norway)
Aghamurad Gahramanov (Azerbaijan)
Kacper Garnczarek (Poland)
Maxime Gentges (Belgium)
Ilias Georgiou (Cyprus)
Julien Gobaux (France)
Martin Gudmundsson (Iceland)
Nikolaos Iliopoulos (Greece)
Aron Jacobsen (Denmark)
David Jessen (Czech Republic)
Ioane Jimsheleishvili (Georgia)
Jacob Karlsen (Norway)
Pawel Kaskow (Poland)
Gagik Khachikyan (Armenia)
Oskar Kirmes (Finland)
Robert Kirmes (Finland)
Elias Koski (Finland)
Severin Kranzlmüller (Austria)
Tomas Kuzmickas (Lithuania)
Joakim Lenberg (Sweden)
Ernestas Liaskinas (Lithuania)
Krisztofer Meszaros (Hungary)
Jose Nogueira (Portugal)
Stefano Patron (Italy)
Armen Petrosyan (Armenia)
Mathias Philippe (France)
Ron Pyatov (Israel)
Valgard Reinhardsson (Iceland)
Filip Sasnal (Poland)
Casimir Schmidt (Netherlands)
Yahor Sharamkou (Belarus)
Levan Skhiladze (Georgia)
Michael Sorokine (Israel)
Adam Steele (Ireland)
Antonios Tantalidis (Greece)
Jonas Thorisson (Iceland)
Aleh Tsiaselski (Belarus)
Luka van den Keybus (Belgium)
Kim Wanström (Sweden)
Harald Wibye (Norway)
ELIGIBLE FOR NON-NOMINATIVE
Jake Jarman (Great Britain)
Aleksandr Kartsev (Russia)
Volodymyr Kostiuk (Ukraine)
Illia Kovtun (Ukraine)
Joshua Nathan (Great Britain)
Kirill Prokopev (Russia)
Felix Remuta (Germany)
NOT ELIGIBLE
Saba Abesadze (Georgia)
Filipe Almeida (Portugal)*
Mustafa Arca (Turkey)*
Ferhat Arican (Turkey)
Artur Avetisyan (Armenia)*
Christian Baumann (Switzerland)
David Belyavskiy (Russia)
Aurel Benovic (Croatia)*
Saso Bertoncelj (Slovenia)*
Luka Bojanc (Slovenia)*
Lukasz Borkowski (Poland)*
Filip Borosa (Croatia)*
Nikolaj Bozic (Slovenia)*
Pablo Brägger (Switzerland)
Jacob Buus (Denmark)*
Ibrahim Colak (Turkey)
Rani Dalsgard (Denmark)*
Lukas Dauser (Germany)
Artur Davtyan (Armenia)
Vahagn Davtyan (Armenia)*
Loran de Munck (Netherlands)*
Edoardo de Rosa (Italy)*
Bart Deurloo (Netherlands)
Dimitar Dimitrov (Bulgaria)*
Adam Dobrovitz (Hungary)*
Artem Dolgopyat (Israel)
Marian Dragulescu (Romania)
Xheni Dyrmishi (Austria)*
Loris Frasca (France)
Joe Fraser (Great Britain)
Andrin Frey (Switzerland)*
Sebastian Gawronski (Poland)*
Benjamin Gischard (Switzerland)
Jon Gunnarsson (Iceland)*
Jordi Hagenaar (Netherlands)*
Vinzenz Höck (Austria)*
David Huddleston (Bulgaria)
Dzmitry Hurynovich (Belarus)*
Karl Idesjö (Sweden)*
Zoltan Kallai (Hungary)*
Ondrej Kalny (Czech Republic)*
Tarmo Kanerva (Finland)*
Akseli Karsikas (Finland)*
Rok Klavora (Slovenia)*
Nick Klessing (Germany)
Christoforos Konstantinidis (Greece)*
Konstantinos Konstantinidis (Greece)*
Nikolaos Kranitis (Greece)*
Noah Kuavita (Belgium)*
Neofytos Kyriakou (Cyprus)*
Florian Landuyt (Belgium)*
Filip Lidbeck (Sweden)*
Andrey Likhovitskiy (Belarus)
Carlo Macchini (Italy)*
Salvatore Maresca (Italy)*
Isus Marinov (Bulgaria)*
Marcelo Marques (Portugal)*
Rhys McClenaghan (Ireland)
Andrey Medvedev (Israel)*
Andrei Muntean (Romania)*
Alexander Myakinin (Israel)*
Nikita Nagornyy (Russia)
Emilian Neagu (Romania)*
Ahmet Önder (Turkey)
Takumi Onoshima (Belgium)*
Eleftherios Petrounias (Greece)*
Matvei Petrov (Albania)*
Marco Pfyl (Switzerland)*
Sokratis Pilakouris (Cyprus)*
Igor Radivilov (Ukraine)
Giarnni Regini-Moran (Great Britain)
Karim Rida (Germany)
Frank Rijken (Netherlands)*
João Rios (Portugal)*
David Rumbutis (Sweden)
Leo Saladino (France)*
Marko Sambolec (Croatia)
Noe Seifert (Switzerland)*
Nikita Simonov (Azerbaijan)*
Bidzina Sitchinava (Georgia)
Emil Soravuo (Finland)*
Tin Srbic (Croatia)
Ivan Tikhonov (Azerbaijan)
Andreas Toba (Germany)
Cyril Tommasone (France)
Glenn Trebing (Germany)*
Courtney Tulloch (Great Britain)*
Robert Tvorogal (Lithuania)
Filip Ude (Croatia)*
Roman Vashchenko (Ukraine)*
David Vecsernyes (Hungary)*
Jakov Vlahek (Croatia)*
Max Whitlock (Great Britain)
Yevgen Yudenkov (Ukraine)
Epke Zonderland (Netherlands)*

*Technically eligible to earn either a nominative or non-nominative berth, but is not listed to compete all six events.

Article by Lauren Hopkins

3 thoughts on “Who Is Eligible for the Men’s Olympic Berths at Euros?

  1. Pingback: Who Is Eligible for the Men’s Olympic Berths at Euros? – SportUpdates

  2. I know it’s off topic , but Romanian Federation just informed us that Larisa compete yesterday having a mild fever and not feeling good at all . She went to the hospital after the competition and it showed that she has a kidney infection . Hope she’s gonna feel better!

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    • ohh I didn’t know that! I hope she will be able to compete in finals but what matters is already done – the olympic spot

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