2022 World Championships WAG Qualifiers

A total of 201 women will qualify to world championships in 2022, either individually or as a member of a team. NOCs with a qualified team may participate with 4 or 5 gymnasts. For NOCs without a qualified team, a maximum of 5 gymnasts may participate.

Continental Championships | Teams

A total 24 women’s teams (up to 120 women) will qualify through continental championships by NOC, including 13 from Europe, 5 from the Americas, 4 from Asia, 1 from Africa, and 1 from Oceania.

OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS – May 22-25
Australia Georgia-Rose Brown, Romi Brown, Georgia Godwin, Kate McDonald, Breanna Scott (though Emily Whitehead was originally named to the team, she was forced to withdraw due to an illness; non-traveling alternate: Kate Sayer)
ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – June 15-18
China Luo Rui, Ou Yushan, Tang Xijing, Wei Xiaoyuan, Zhang Jin (alternate: He Licheng)
South Korea Eom Dohyun, Lee Dayeong, Lee Yunseo, Shin Solyi, Yeo Seojeong (alternate: Lee Eunju)
Japan Fukasawa Kokoro, Miyata Shoko, Sakaguchi Ayaka, Watanabe Hazuki, Yamada Chiharu (alternate: Ashikawa Urara; Kasahara Arisa was initially named to the team but was replaced by Watanabe)
Taiwan Huang Yi-Qin, Lai Pin-Ju, Mai Liu Hsiang-Han, Ting Hua-Tien, Wu Sing-Fen (no alternate named; Chen Chian-Shiun was initially named to the team but withdrew due to injury)
AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – July 8-11
Egypt Jana Abdelsalam, Jana Aboelhasan, Zeina Ibrahim, Jana Mahmoud, Nancy Taman
PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – July 14-17
Brazil Rebeca Andrade, Lorrane Oliveira, Carolyne Pedro, Flavia Saraiva, Julia Soares (alternate: Christal Bezerra)
United States Skye Blakely, Jade Carey, Jordan Chiles, Shilese Jones, Leanne Wong (alternate: Lexi Zeiss)
Canada Ellie Black, Laurie Denommée, Denelle Pedrick, Emma Spence, Sydney Turner (no alternate named; Rose Woo was initially named to the team but withdrew due to injury, and then Shallon Olsen, also initially named, withdrew due to a death in the family)
Argentina Brisa Carraro, Sira Macias, Leila Martinez, Meline Mesropian, Rocio Saucedo
Mexico Paulina Campos, Natalia Escalera, Cassandra Loustalot, Cinthia Ruiz, Ahtziri Sandoval (alternate: Valentina Meléndez; Paulina Vargas was initially named to the team but was replaced by Ruiz)
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – August 11-14
Italy Alice D’Amato, Manila Esposito, Martina Maggio, Veronica Mandriota, Giorgia Villa (alternate: Elisa Iorio; Caterina Cereghetti was originally named as an alternate, but was replaced)
Great Britain Ondine Achampong, Georgia-Mae Fenton, Jennifer Gadirova, Jessica Gadirova, Alice Kinsella (alternate: Poppy Stickler)
France Marine Boyer, Mélanie De Jesus Dos Santos, Coline Devillard, Aline Friess, Carolann Heduit (alternate: Morgane Osyssek)
Germany Anna-Lena König, Emma Malewski, Lea Marie QuaasKarina Schönmaier, Elisabeth Seitz (Pauline Schäfer was initially named to the team but withdrew due to injury and was replaced by Quaas; no replacement alternate has been named)
Belgium Maellyse Brassart, Nina Derwael, Yléa Tollet, Lisa Vaelen, Jutta Verkest (alternate: Fien Enghels; Noémie Louon was initially named to the team but withdrew due to injury)
Netherlands Eve de Ruiter, Eythora Thorsdottir, Sanna Veerman, Naomi Visser, Tisha Volleman (alternates: Casey-Jane Meuleman, Shadé van Oorschot)
Hungary Csenge Bacskay, Zsofia Kovacs, Greta Mayer, Zoja Szekely, Nikolett Szilagyi (alternate: Mirtill Makovits)
Spain Laura Casabuena, Emma Fernandez, Maia Llacer, Laia MasferrerPaula Raya (Marina Gonzalez and Lorena Medina were initially named to the team but withdrew due to injury and were replaced by Llacer and Masferrer)
Romania Ana Barbosu, Andreea Preda
Finland Ada Hautala, Maisa Kuusikko, Sani Mäkelä, Kaia Tanskanen
Austria Selina Kickinger, Jasmin Mader, Alissa Mörz, Charlize Mörz, Berta Schwaninger
Ukraine Yelizaveta Hubareva, Yuliia Kasianenko, Marharyta Kozlovska, Valeriia Osipova, Diana Savelieva
Sweden Alva Eriksson, Tonya Paulsson, Emelie Westlund, Nathalie Westlund, Malva Wingren (alternate: Maya Ståhl)

Continental Championships | Individuals

A total of 49 individual athletes from NOCs will qualify nominative spots based on their all-around finish (2 per NOC without a team qualified) at continental championships, including 23 from Europe, 11 from the Americas, 8 from Asia, 4 from Africa, 2 from Oceania, and 1 guaranteed host country spot (which will be reallocated to the host continent if not needed).

OCEANIA CHAMPIONSHIPS – May 22-25
Reece Cobb (New Zealand) Keira Rolston-Larking (New Zealand)
ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – June 15-18
Aida Bauyrzhanova (Kazakhstan) Rifda Irfanaluthfi (Indonesia)
Milka Gehani (Sri Lanka) Dildora Aripova (Uzbekistan)
Nadine Joy Nathan (Singapore) Ominakhon Khalilova (Uzbekistan)
Korkem Yerbossynkyzy (Kazakhstan) Sasiwimon Mueangphuan (Thailand)
AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – July 8-11
Caitlin Rooskrantz (South Africa) Naveen Daries (South Africa)
Fatma Zohra Boukhatem (Algeria) Lahna Salem (Algeria)
PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – July 14-17
Tyesha Mattis (Jamaica)** Valentina Pardo (Colombia)**
Ana Karina Mendez (Peru) Antonia Marihuan (Chile)
Ginna Escobar (Colombia)** Milca Leon (Venezuela)
Franchesca Santi (Chile) Alais Perea (Ecuador)
Annalise Newman-Achee (Trinidad) Franciny Morales (Costa Rica)
Karla Navas (Panama) Olivia Kelly (Barbados)**
Nicole Diaz (Puerto Rico)**
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – August 11-14
Lihie Raz (Israel) Camille Rasmussen (Denmark)
Maria Tronrud (Norway) Lucija Hribar (Slovenia)
Halle Hilton (Ireland) Aneta Holasova (Czech Republic)
Zala Trtnik (Slovenia) Thelma Adalsteinsdottir (Iceland)
Klara Peterkova (Czech Republic) Juliane Tøssebro (Norway)
Emma Slevin (Ireland) Mariana Parente (Portugal)
Valentina Georgieva (Bulgaria)** Sevgi Kayisoglu (Turkey)
Emilia Kulczynska (Poland)** Ofir Netzer (Israel)
Anina Wildi (Switzerland) Freja Petersen (Denmark)
Bengisu Yildiz (Turkey) Elvira Katsali (Greece)
Tatiana Bachurina (Cyprus) Tara Vella Clark (Malta)
Hildur Gudmundsdottir (Iceland) Petra Furac (Croatia)*
Brygida Urbanska (Poland)** Celeste Mordenti (Luxembourg)**
Nika Kukuljan Frleta (Croatia)**

*Reallocated from host country berth

**Pardo and Georgieva both initially qualified to world championships but withdrew due to injury. They were replaced by Kelly and Mordenti, respectively. Kulczynska also qualified, and her teammate Urbanska was next-in-line as the replacement athlete for Georgieva, but Poland opted to not send athletes to worlds. Mordenti took over Urbanska’s spot to replace Georgieva, while Kukuljan Frleta replaced Kulczynska.

Mattis initially accepted her spot, but ultimately withdrew, with Diaz as her replacement. Escobar also accepted her spot, but did not receive a visa in time to travel for the competition, and she was not replaced. 

Apparatus World Cup Series

Up to 32 women (8 per apparatus) will qualify nominative spots based on their ranking at the conclusion of the four-meet series (2 per NOC without a team qualified, per apparatus). The qualified gymnasts will only be able to compete on the apparatus they qualified for.

The qualifiers from the apparatus world cup series will be named at the conclusion of continental championships. The current rankings are available here.

Vault

Oksana Chusovitina (Uzbekistan)* Tjasa Kysselef (Slovenia)*
Protistha Samanta (India) Teja Belak (Slovenia)
Pranati Nayak (India) Wiktoria Lopuszanska (Poland)*
Darya Yassinskaya (Kazakhstan)* Selma Halvorsen (Norway)
Samira Gahramanova (Azerbaijan)* Nisrine Hassanaine (Morocco)*
Truong Khanh Van (Vietnam)* Tran Doan Quynh Nam (Vietnam)*
Mali Neurauter (Norway)*

*Chusovitina, Kysselef, Lopuszanska, and Yassinskaya were replaced by Gahramanova, Hassanaine, Truong, and Tran following the points redistribution and berth acceptance process. As of October 15, Tran has withdrawn due to injury and was replaced by Neurauter. As of October 28, Hassanaine and Truong have withdrawn and will not be replaced.

Uneven Bars

Mari Kanter (Norway) Ella Borg (Malta)
Alexandra Shametko (Kazakhstan)* Milana Minakovskaya (Azerbaijan)
Selma Halvorsen (Norway) Tan Ing Yueh (Malaysia)*
Konstantina Maragkou (Greece) Areti Pagoni (Greece)
Tran Doan Quynh Nam (Vietnam)* Pham Nhu Phuong (Vietnam)*

*Shametko was replaced by Tran following the points redistribution and berth acceptance process. As of September 1, Tan has withdrawn and has been replaced by Pham. As of October 15, Tran has withdrawn due to injury and was not replaced. As of October 28, Pham has withdrawn and will not be replaced.

Balance Beam

Lucie Trnkova (Czech Republic) Angel Wong Hiu Ying (Hong Kong)
Mari Kanter (Norway) Tjasa Kysselef (Slovenia)*
Teja Belak (Slovenia)* Charlie Chan Cheuk Lam (Hong Kong)
Ella Borg (Malta) Milana Minakovskaya (Azerbaijan)
Samira Gahramanova (Azerbaijan)* Areti Pagoni (Greece)*

*Kysselef and Belak were replaced by Gahramanova and Pagoni following the points redistribution and berth acceptance process.

Floor Exercise

Lucie Trnkova (Czech Republic) Ada Ogieglo (Poland)*
Göksu Üctas Sanli (Turkey)* Ella Borg (Malta)
Samira Gahramanova (Azerbaijan) Aruna Budda Reddy (India)*
Selma Halvorsen (Norway) Gulnaz Jumabekova (Uzbekistan)*
Nisrine Hassanaine (Morocco)* Milana Minakovskaya (Azerbaijan)*
Areti Pagoni (Greece)* Truong Khanh Van (Vietnam)*

*Ogieglo, Üctas Sanli, Budda Reddy, and Jumabekova were replaced by Hassanaine, Minakovskaya, Pagoni, and Truong following the points redistribution and berth acceptance process. As of October 28, Hassanaine and Truong have withdrawn and will not be replaced.