2022 Cottbus World Cup Results

The 2022 Cottbus World Cup was held from February 24 through February 27 in Cottbus, Germany.

Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.6 8.833 13.433 13.183
4.2 8.733 12.933
2 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.4 8.800 13.200 12.983
3.8 8.966 12.766
3 Alba Petisco Spain 4.2 9.000 13.200 12.916
3.8 8.833 12.633
4 Wiktoria Lopuszanska Poland 3.8 8.900 12.700 12.883
4.2 8.866 13.066
5 Maria Tronrud Norway 4.2 8.700 -0.1 12.800 12.500
3.4 8.800 12.200
6 Selma Halvorsen Norway 4.2 8.500 12.700 12.400
3.4 8.700 12.100
7 Keira Rolston-Larking New Zealand 3.6 8.900 12.500 12.383
3.6 8.666 12.266
8 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 3.4 8.633 12.033 11.649
3.8 7.466 11.266

Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 5.2 8.133 13.333
2 Sanna Veerman Netherlands 6.1 7.066 13.166
3 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 4.9 8.200 13.100
4 Daniela Batrona Ukraine 5.3 7.666 12.966
5 Lea Marie Quaas Germany 4.6 7.833 12.433
6 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.9 7.500 12.400
7 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.3 7.500 11.800
8 Adelina Rylko Belarus* 4.5 7.233 11.733

Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Daniela Batrona Ukraine 5.5 7.700 13.200
2 Lucie Trnkova Czech Republic 5.1 7.666 12.766
3 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 5.4 7.266 12.666
4 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.9 7.633 12.533
5 Maria Tronrud Norway 4.6 7.500 12.100
6 Alba Petisco Spain 5.5 6.400 11.900
7 Mari Kanter Norway 4.5 7.066 11.566
8 Sanna Veerman Netherlands 4.6 6.966 -0.1 11.466

Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Alba Petisco Spain 5.3 7.600 12.900
2 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 5.0 7.400 12.400
3 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 5.0 7.133 12.133
4 Claudia Villalba Spain 4.5 7.500 12.000
5 Ada Ogieglo Poland 4.3 7.433 11.733
6 Lucie Trnkova Czech Republic 4.5 7.233 11.733
7 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.8 6.533 -0.1 11.233
8 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 0.4 8.400 -6.5 2.300

Vault Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total Average
1 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.6 8.400 13.000 13.016
4.2 8.833 13.033
2 Wiktoria Lopuszanska Poland 3.8 9.033 12.833 12.949
4.2 8.866 13.066
3 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.4 8.833 -0.3 12.933 12.816
3.8 8.900 12.700
4 Alba Petisco Spain 4.2 8.866 13.066 12.616
3.4 8.766 12.166
5 Maria Tronrud Norway 4.2 8.600 12.800 12.483
3.4 8.766 12.166
6 Selma Halvorsen Norway 4.2 8.466 12.666 12.383
3.4 8.700 12.100
7 Keira Rolston-Larking New Zealand 3.6 8.866 12.466 12.216
3.6 8.666 -0.3 11.966
8 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 3.4 8.633 12.033 12.133
3.8 8.433 12.233

Bars Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 5.2 7.866 13.066
2 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 5.0 7.933 12.933
3 Daniela Batrona Ukraine 5.3 7.266 12.566
4 Adelina Rylko Belarus* 4.4 8.133 12.533
5 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.9 7.433 12.333
6 Sanna Veerman Netherlands 5.4 6.800 12.200
7 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.3 7.866 12.166
8 Lea Marie Quaas Germany 4.6 7.500 12.100
9 Claudia Villalba Spain 4.9 7.200 12.100
10 Reece Cobb New Zealand 4.4 7.366 11.766
11 Maria Tronrud Norway 4.1 7.600 11.700
12 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.8 6.866 11.666
13 Selma Halvorsen Norway 4.2 7.133 11.333
14 Alba Petisco Spain 5.2 6.133 11.333
15 Konstantina Maragkou Greece 3.7 4.933 8.633
16 Areti Pagoni Greece 1.9 4.566 6.466

Beam Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Daniela Batrona Ukraine 5.5 7.800 13.300
2 Sanna Veerman Netherlands 4.8 7.633 12.433
3 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 5.3 7.233 -0.1 12.433
4 Alba Petisco Spain 5.5 6.833 12.333
5 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.9 7.300 12.200
6 Mari Kanter Norway 4.5 7.600 12.100
7 Lucie Trnkova Czech Republic 4.8 7.100 11.900
8 Maria Tronrud Norway 5.2 6.633 11.833
9 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 4.8 6.933 11.733
10 Lea Marie Quaas Germany 5.0 6.666 11.666
11 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.4 7.233 11.633
12 Reece Cobb New Zealand 4.9 6.733 -0.1 11.533
13 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.2 7.300 11.500
14 Elvira Katsali Greece 4.8 6.533 11.333
15 Angel Wong Hiu Ying Hong Kong 4.6 6.633 11.233
16 Kaja Skalska Poland 4.3 6.833 11.133
17 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 4.6 6.500 11.100
18 Claudia Villalba Spain 4.2 6.666 10.866
19 Tjasa Kysselef Slovenia 4.2 6.033 -0.3 9.933
20 Areti Pagoni Greece 4.7 5.100 9.800
21 Adelina Rylko Belarus* 4.6 4.200 8.800
22 Keira Rolston-Larking New Zealand 4.6 4.166 -0.1 8.666

Floor Qualification Results

Rank Athlete Nation D E ND Total
1 Alba Petisco Spain 5.3 7.866 13.166
2 Tisha Volleman Netherlands 4.9 7.866 12.766
3 Claudia Villalba Spain 4.5 7.666 -0.1 12.066
4 Lucija Hribar Slovenia 4.2 7.700 11.900
5 Aiyu Zhu Germany 4.8 7.200 -0.1 11.900
6 Anastasiya Smantsar Belarus* 4.8 7.433 -0.4 11.833
7 Lucie Trnkova Czech Republic 4.7 7.033 11.733
8 Ada Ogieglo Poland 4.1 7.500 11.600
9 Reece Cobb New Zealand 4.2 7.466 -0.2 11.466
10 Daniela Batrona Ukraine 4.6 6.800 11.400
11 Selma Halvorsen Norway 4.0 7.266 11.266
12 Keira Rolston-Larking New Zealand 4.4 6.733 11.133
13 Samira Gahramanova Azerbaijan 4.4 6.700 11.100
14 Lea Marie Quaas Germany 4.4 6.800 -0.3 10.900
15 Elvira Katsali Greece 4.5 6.733 -0.4 10.833
16 Ofir Netzer Israel 4.8 5.333 -0.1 10.033
17 Adelina Rylko Belarus* 4.3 5.666 9.966
18 Areti Pagoni Greece 3.8 5.700 -0.4 9.100

*Belarusian athletes competed neutrally here due to their nations assistance in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

13 thoughts on “2022 Cottbus World Cup Results

  1. I am more than surprised to see a gymnast representing Belarus compete. I thought they were banned from everything now like the Russian athletes since they are potentially aiding the Russian forces. Guess not. Russian figure skaters were just banned from world championships. Maybe gymnastics isn’t following suit.

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    • Russian and Belarusian gymnasts are banned as of March 7. The Belarusian athletes who were in Cottbus and the Russian and Belarusian athletes who were in Doha competed neutrally, unable to display their flag, colors, or country name, similar to what happened with “ROC” at the Olympics. But due to backlash, the FIG has decided to ban them going forward.

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  2. Wow. Thank you for the information. I know it’s a shame for the athletes but they can thank Vladimir the lunatic for that.

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    • Yeah, it’s horrible. There are some athletes who I’m sure are against the war but who can’t say anything against Putin without risking jail time. Then there are other athletes like one in Doha today who put the pro-Russian invasion Z on his chest over his ROC patch during the medal ceremony where Ukraine’s Illia Kovtun won the gold. FIG needs to ban him for violating their code of discipline like…NOW.

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  3. There’s a picture of Kuliak on CNN site with the Z on his chest. He’s got a little smirk going on his face. I don’t feel the least bit bad about him being banned. Looks like a snot nosed little teenager in the pic. Bombs dropping on civilians and fires at nuclear power plants are so cool, right kid? Better be careful you don’t get conscripted if you can’t compete. I bet you wouldn’t think that was cool.

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    • Literally all of my feelings. I try to stay low-key on this site and its social media accounts, but on my private twitter I was like if this smug little asshole loves war so much maybe he should stop playing around on p-bars and go off and fight and see the horrors of what war actually is and realize along with the other 18-year-old babies that this isn’t a video game. And if you survive, enjoy the lifetime of PTSD I guess. Anyway, I hope they ban this kid beyond the general ban. He broke FIG disciplinary rules and deserves at least a few years of suspension, though a lifetime ban would also be nice. The mere fact that he did it WITH Kovtun on the podium…the more I think about it the more enraged I feel.

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      • Do you know the crazy things and nuances that have been happening in The Ukraine Lauren? Im taking it you dont since you feel so enraged, and dont understand how this could have ever happened besides Putin being the villian your media portrays him as! Of course the people will suffer, but they have already suffered under the Ukranian government, something they dont care about and never have, THEIR PEOPLE. American sjws love to call out white supremacy, and fake nazis over tiki torches, and benign micro aggressions, but when its actually an issue, lmao, it gets debunked by american news sources, its not true, would you like to do a Zoom with my family over in the Ukraine right now Lauren so they can school you on what your media will never tell you? War is horrible, but if you think Putin bad, Ukraine good, war bad, Putin bad, no reason, etc then you dont understand nuance. Stick to beam scores!

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        • Did anyone on here ever say the entire country of Ukraine is a perfect little angel and that the government has done nothing wrong? Nope. But nothing their government has done means that their civilians deserve to be bombed or shot dead in the street while trying to get food or flee, just like no innocent Russian civilians would deserve to be attacked this way in retaliation. No one here is praising Ukraine’s government. We’re talking about a dumbass little wannabe solider who thinks he’s so brave and tough doing gymnastics instead of actually fighting, and cheering on his country as it bombs orphanages all while standing next to an athlete who is unable to return to his family because of the attacks.

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