2022 Russian Championships Results

The 2022 Russian Championships were held from April 6 through April 10 in Kazan, Russia.

On February 24, Russia began its senseless invasion of Ukraine and has since committed a litany of war crimes and other human rights atrocities, including the murder of innocent civilians like 11-year-old rhythmic gymnast Kateryna Dyachenko, who was killed in a bombing while sheltering in her home in Mariupol, a once beautiful coastal city that has been under siege since the start of the war and is now almost completely decimated.

Russian athletes, including many of your favorite gymnasts like 2020 Olympic champions Viktoria Listunova and Vladislava Urazova, are being used as pawns by the Russian government to drum up support for the war. Then there are others, like Nikita Nagornyy, who are outwardly pro-war, speaking comfortably from his home while Ukrainian athletes he used to compete with have lost loved ones and been drafted to fight against the invaders.

Currently, the FIG has banned Russian and Belarusian athletes from competing at FIG-sponsored events, and though athletes have been allowed to continue outside of the FIG, we are starting to see individual backlash, including TG Saar dropping Nagornyy from its Bundesliga team in light of what he has commented on social media and to the press.

I have also personally decided to not cover Russia’s national championships in the traditional sense of sharing live blogs or additional content. Even though many Russian athletes have not personally voiced their support of Putin or the war, I do not want to promote any of Russia’s successes right now, and that includes gymnastics. However, many have reached out and asked if I would still provide transliterated results, and so as a compromise, I will be sharing all results on this page, and will be donating any ad-generated income for the month of April to Project C.U.R.E. and World Central Kitchen.

If you are engaging with Russian-centered gymnastics content, please consider donating to these and other charities providing help on the ground in Ukraine as well as to those who have been displaced.

Where to Donate

  • Project C.U.R.E. – The Support Hospitals in Ukraine Project is sending donated medical equipment and supplies to Ukrainian hospitals in Kyiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Odesa, Zaporizhzhia, and other affected cities.
  • World Central Kitchen – This organization provides meals for displaced Ukrainian families in Poland, Romania, Moldova, Slovakia, and Hungary, and it is also working with restaurants in Ukrainian cities to support those who have remained in the country.
  • International Rescue Committee – The IRC is mobilizing resources to provide support to civilians forced to flee their homes.
  • Nova Ukraine – Founded by Ukrainian immigrants in the Bay Area, Nova Ukraine has scaled up its volunteer operations and initiated projects with UNICEF and the Stanford School of Medicine, recently chartering a plane to send volunteer doctors to the Polish-Ukrainian border to provide medical supplies and treatment to refugees.
  • Razom – A grassroots organization founded by Ukrainians in the U.S., “razom” means “together” in Ukrainian. Its volunteer-based emergency response to the war has included delivering hospital supplies to the Cancer Institute of Kyiv, and sending funds to Building Ukraine Together to support their programs helping internally displaced people by building shelter camps, and offering humanitarian aid across a number of cities.
  • Way Home Foundation – Based in Odesa, which has been receiving thousands of refugees seeking to leave Ukraine while also defending itself from Russia’s attack, Way Home is providing transit shelter in hostels with hot meals, clothing, and assistance leaving the country.
  • Bright Kids Charity – Their mission is to help Ukrainian orphanages and families with disabled children, who can’t travel in the dangerous, cold, and otherwise poor conditions to escape Russian offenses by donating money directly to families in need of basic necessities like groceries.
  • Zaporuka – A support network for families of children in treatment for cancer by providing medical supplies, psychological and rehabilitation support, and a center where families can live while their children are in treatment, Zaporuka is trying to remain open during the war while also organizing transportation for children who can be evacuated for treatment in Western Ukraine and abroad.
  • Internews – A nonprofit working in more than 100 countries to support and strengthen independent media in rural communities, conflict zones, and humanitarian crises. Since the Russian invasion began, it has been directing emergency support to aid reporters and others at risk in Ukraine.

Senior All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA Total
1 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 14.200 15.233 14.000 14.600 58.033 115.765
2 Maria Minaeva Volga 13.700 13.800 14.466 13.466 55.432 110.664
3 Vladislava Urazova Southern 13.333 14.400 14.800 12.333 54.866 109.598
4 Arina Semukhina Central 13.200 14.066 13.133 13.233 53.632 105.864
5 Elena Gerasimova Volga 13.166 13.933 14.133 12.866 54.098 105.330
6 Yana Vorona Central 13.166 12.200 14.266 11.933 51.565 104.031
7 Alyona Glotova Volga 12.866 12.733 12.300 13.300 51.199 103.298
8 Maria Agafonova Northwestern 13.133 12.100 12.566 12.033 49.832 101.230
9 Varvara Zubova Moscow 13.000 12.333 12.333 13.166 50.832 100.196
10 Maria Tretyakova Southern 12.700 12.566 11.566 12.633 49.465 98.697
11 Yulia Biryulya Southern 13.066 11.566 11.433 12.300 48.365 98.230
12 Lyubov Galyuzhina Central 12.533 12.066 11.666 11.800 48.065 97.731
13 Kristina Kalinina St. Petersburg 12.800 12.866 11.233 11.566 48.465 97.331
14 Anastasia Artamonova Volga 12.666 11.700 12.533 12.566 49.465 97.297
15 Alina Shklokova Northwestern 13.066 10.433 11.500 12.566 47.565 97.131
16 Kristina Kazan St. Petersburg 12.733 11.233 12.366 12.266 48.598 97.130
17 Ekaterina Boeva St. Petersburg 11.933 11.800 12.000 12.366 48.099 96.764
18 Yulia Nikolaeva Volga 12.133 11.433 13.400 12.266 49.232 96.298
19 Nelli Audi Moscow 11.600 12.100 11.700 12.333 47.733 96.298
20 Svetlana Seliverstova St. Petersburg 12.166 12.066 11.500 10.700 46.432 94.064
21 Viktoria Mukha Southern 11.800 10.866 12.000 12.066 46.732 94.031
22 Daria Korochanskaya Central 12.300 10.500 12.066 12.133 46.999 93.965
23 Arina Ishchuk Siberia 12.233 9.766 11.066 11.500 44.565 91.530

Senior Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 14.266 13.433 13.849
2 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 13.766 13.000 13.383
3 Yulia Biryulya Southern 13.333 12.900 13.166
4 Alina Shklokova Northwestern 13.166 12.800 12.983
5 Arina Semukhina Central 12.700 13.200 12.950
6 Alyona Glotova Volga 13.100 12.133 12.616
7 Olga Golub Northwestern 12.866 11.966 12.416
8 Lyubov Galyuzhina Central 12.933 11.833 12.383

Senior Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow 14.900
2 Arina Semukhina Central 14.566
3 Vladislava Urazova Southern 14.233
4 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 14.000
5 Elena Gerasimova Volga 13.933
6 Maria Minaeva Volga 13.366
7 Irina Komnova Central 12.933
8 Anastasia Agafonova Central 12.000

Senior Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Elena Gerasimova Volga 14.200
2 Vladislava Urazova Southern 14.066
3 Yana Vorona Central 13.833
4 Maria Minaeva Volga 13.766
5 Arina Semukhina Central 13.266
6 Alyona Glotova Volga 13.266
7 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 12.500
8 Maria Agafonova Northwestern 12.400

Senior Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 14.633
2 Maria Agafonova Northwestern 13.700
3 Alyona Glotova Volga 13.466
4 Yana Vorona Central 13.133
5 Maria Minaeva Volga 12.933
6 Varvara Zubova Moscow 12.800
7 Yulia Biryulya Southern 12.366
8 Vladislava Urazova Southern 12.000

Senior All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Viktoria Listunova Moscow 14.133 14.933 14.200 14.466 57.732
2 Maria Minaeva Volga 13.166 13.533 14.200 14.333 55.232
3 Vladislava Urazova Southern 13.333 14.333 13.633 13.433 54.732
4 Yana Vorona Central 13.000 12.933 13.133 13.400 52.466
5 Arina Semukhina Central 12.933 13.500 13.066 12.733 52.232
6 Alyona Glotova Volga 12.933 12.600 13.166 13.400 52.099
7 Maria Agafonova Northwestern 12.266 11.700 14.066 13.366 51.398
8 Elena Gerasimova Volga 12.666 13.800 12.600 12.166 51.232
9 Yulia Biryulya Southern 13.166 11.666 11.900 13.133 49.865
10 Lyubov Galyuzhina Central 12.900 11.566 12.300 12.900 49.666
11 Alina Shklokova Northwestern 13.000 11.966 12.400 12.200 49.566
12 Varvara Zubova Moscow 12.866 11.366 12.066 13.066 49.364
13 Maria Tretyakova Southern 12.566 12.600 12.100 11.966 49.232
14 Viktoria Trykina Moscow 12.966 11.600 12.133 12.433 49.132
15 Khristina Kalinina St. Petersburg 12.766 12.700 11.300 12.100 48.866
16 Ekaterina Boeva St. Petersburg 11.966 11.966 12.200 12.533 48.665
17 Eleonora Afanasyeva Northwestern 13.800 10.766 11.900 12.166 48.632
18 Nelli Audi Moscow 11.666 12.433 12.033 12.433 48.565
19 Kristina Kazan St. Petersburg 12.333 11.866 12.000 12.333 48.532
20 Anastasia Agafonova Central 11.466 13.266 12.566 11.166 48.464
21 Anastasia Artamonova Volga 13.033 10.100 11.866 12.833 47.832
22 Svetlana Seliverstova St. Petersburg 12.200 12.633 10.933 11.866 47.632
23 Viktoria Mukha Southern 11.866 10.300 12.500 12.633 47.299
24 Yuliya Nikolaeva Volga 12.100 11.633 10.500 12.833 47.066
25 Daria Korochanskaya Central 12.300 10.100 12.033 12.533 46.966
26 Arina Ishchuk Siberia 12.333 11.866 11.166 11.600 46.965
27 Anastasia Rasseykina Moscow 11.733 11.733 11.100 12.366 46.932
28 Valeria Krapivina Northwestern 12.100 11.100 11.600 11.833 46.633
29 Nina Puzatikova Moscow 12.200 10.800 11.466 12.166 46.632
30 Ekaterina Tretyakova Southern 11.766 11.900 10.900 11.966 46.532
31 Elizaveta Serova Moscow 11.766 11.733 11.033 11.600 46.132
32 Polina Gubenkova Moscow 11.500 11.000 11.533 11.733 45.766
33 Lyubov Akhaimova St. Petersburg 11.733 11.100 11.233 11.433 45.499
34 Viktoria Raimova Northwestern 12.133 10.700 10.633 12.033 45.499
35 Daria Kholopova Siberia 12.200 10.400 10.800 12.000 45.400
36 Ekaterina Fishchenko Southern 11.700 10.100 11.666 11.866 45.332
37 Anna Skrypka St. Petersburg 12.666 11.633 10.000 11.033 45.332
38 Kristina Romanova Southern 12.233 11.066 9.533 12.300 45.132
39 Kristina Starodubova Siberia 12.633 8.666 11.666 12.166 45.131
40 Elizaveta Galkina Siberia 12.133 10.566 9.833 12.466 44.998
41 Ekaterina Pisarevskaya Ural 11.933 10.500 10.033 12.066 44.532
42 Daria Ozhigova Siberia 11.766 10.666 9.700 12.366 44.498
43 Sofia Tryastsina Volga 11.666 10.500 10.566 11.033 43.765
44 Anastasia Sosunova Ural 10.933 10.233 9.700 12.200 43.066
45 Ksenia Tretyakova Southern 11.833 9.466 8.900 12.133 42.332
46 Ksenia Kuzmicheva Volga 11.900 8.933 11.433 9.966 42.232
47 Olga Golub Northwestern 12.666 9.733 8.900 10.666 41.965
48 Karina Baimakova Siberia 11.833 9.233 9.666 11.000 41.732
49 Diana Stavrova Ural 11.800 8.833 10.100 10.833 41.566
50 Ekaterina Popova Central 12.000 8.433 9.333 10.833 40.599
51 Angelika Ozhog Central 11.133 8.333 9.800 11.033 40.299
52 Elizaveta Kuznetsova Ural 11.933 7.266 9.366 11.300 39.865
53 Lyubov Pushkina Southern 12.500 6.800 9.533 10.833 39.666
54 Irina Komnova Central —— 13.900 11.633 11.800 37.333
55 Ekaterina Fokina Southern 12.066 10.800 11.866 —— 34.732
56 Daria Gilyova Moscow 12.166 —— 10.366 11.866 34.398
57 Anastasia Shinkarenko Central 12.200 —— 9.933 12.200 34.333
58 Diana Avanesyan Volga 12.333 —— 8.900 11.866 33.099
59 Tatiana Minaeva Moscow —— 10.200 10.033 —— 20.233
60 Uliana Perebinosova Moscow —— 14.900 —— —— 14.900

Senior Team Final Results

Rank District VT UB BB FX AA
1 VOLGA (Anastasia Artamonova, Diana Avanesyan, Elena Gerasimova, Alyona Glotova, Maria Minaeva, Yuliya Nikolaeva) 51.798 51.566 51.832 53.399 208.595
2 MOSCOW (Nelli Audi, Viktoria Listunova, Uliana Perebinosova, Elizaveta Serova, Viktoria Trykina, Varvara Zubova) 51.731 53.999 50.432 52.398 208.560
3 CENTRAL (Anastasia Agafonova, Lyubov Galyuzhina, Irina Komnova, Daria Korochanskaya, Anastasia Shinkarenko, Yana Vorona) 50.400 51.665 50.032 51.033 203.130
4 SOUTHERN (Yulia Biryulya, Ekaterina Fishchenko, Ekaterina Fokina, Viktoria Mukha, Maria Tretyakova, Vladislava Urazova) 51.131 49.399 50.133 51.165 201.828
5 NORTHWESTERN (Eleonora Afanasyeva, Maria Agafonova, Olga Golub, Valeria Krapivina, Viktoria Raimova, Alina Shklokova) 51.732 45.532 49.966 49.765 196.995
6 SAINT PETERSBURG (Lyubov Akhaimova, Ekaterina Boeva, Kristina Kalinina, Kristina Kazan, Svetlana Seliverstova, Anna Skrypka) 49.965 49.165 46.733 48.832 194.695
7 SIBERIA (Karina Baimakova, Elizaveta Galkina, Arina Ishchuk, Daria Kholopova, Daria Ozhigova, Kristina Starodubova) 49.299 43.498 43.465 48.998 185.260
8 MOSCOW 2 (Daria Gilyova, Polina Gubenkova, Tatiana Minaeva, Nina Puzatikova, Anastasia Rasseykina) 47.599 43.733 44.465 48.131 183.928
9 URAL (Elizaveta Kuznetsova, Ekaterina Pisarevskaya, Anastasia Sosunova, Diana Starova) 46.599 36.832 39.199 46.399 169.029

Junior All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA Total
1 Diana Kustova Moscow 13.200 14.833 13.266 13.300 54.599 108.631
2 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 12.966 14.666 12.933 13.133 53.698 108.430
3 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 13.000 14.133 12.366 13.966 53.465 107.531
4 Leila Vasilieva Central 13.733 13.633 13.700 13.366 54.432 107.165
5 Anna Esipova Moscow 13.900 13.633 12.733 13.700 53.966 105.931
6 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 13.333 11.366 13.300 13.600 51.599 105.331
7 Elizaveta Us Southern 12.966 13.000 13.566 12.666 52.198 105.029
8 Zlata Osokina Northwestern 12.633 13.300 13.300 13.366 52.599 104.998
9 Anastasia Bedrina Northwestern 12.200 12.266 13.233 13.233 50.932 101.531
10 Sabina Kaigulova Volga 12.300 13.400 11.166 12.333 49.199 100.298
11 Daria Rapshina Central 11.966 12.50 12.700 12.666 49.832 98.064
12 Polina Yakovleva Central 12.600 11.133 12.566 12.200 48.499 97.998
13 Anastasia Tolstaya Southern 13.033 12.266 12.300 12.266 49.865 97.598
14 Vasilisa Knyazeva St. Petersburg 12.266 11.633 12.766 12.233 48.898 97.330
15 Valeria Bukina Ural 13.266 10.900 11.666 11.766 47.598 96.729
16 Alyona Lysyakova Southern 12.366 11.700 11.833 11.566 47.465 96.131
17 Valeria Kiseleva Moscow 12.533 11.666 11.500 11.933 47.632 95.364
18 Anastasia Shilova St. Petersburg 11.833 12.366 12.500 11.066 47.765 94.798
19 Ulyana Petrushina Volga 11.833 11.833 10.833 11.333 45.832 94.131
20 Valeria Pavshukova St. Petersburg 11.466 11.900 12.100 11.266 46.732 93.997
21 Maria Smirnova Northwestern 12.100 11.100 10.966 11.766 45.932 92.831
22 Ekaterina Pushkina Southern 12.133 9.533 12.133 12.200 45.999 92.464
23 Maria Gladskikh Central 12.166 9.466 12.633 11.300 45.565 92.430
24 Varvara Sidorova Siberia 12.400 11.766 9.566 11.033 44.765 92.331

Junior Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Anna Esipova Moscow 13.800 13.066 13.433
2 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 13.033 12.900 12.966
3 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 13.100 12.766 12.933
4 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 12.966 12.900 12.933
5 Valeria Bukina Ural 12.800 12.866 12.833
6 Daria Anisimova Ural 12.833 12.633 12.733
7 Leila Vasilieva Central 12.233 13.066 12.649
8 Elizaveta Us Southern 12.100 —— 6.050

Junior Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Diana Kustova Moscow 14.666
2 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 14.200
3 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 13.766
4 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 13.700
5 Leila Vasilieva Central 13.666
6 Sabina Kaigulova Volga 13.033
7 Anna Esipova Moscow 13.033
8 Elizaveta Us Southern 10.633

Junior Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 14.066
2 Diana Kustova Moscow 13.833
3 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 13.700
4 Leila Vasilieva Central 13.566
5 Elizaveta Us Southern 13.433
6 Sabina Kaigulova Volga 12.466
7 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 11.833
8 Zlata Osokina Northwestern 11.500

Junior Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 13.866
2 Zlata Osokina Northwestern 13.400
3 Anna Esipova Moscow 13.333
4 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 13.333
5 Valeria Bukina Ural 12.700
6 Anastasia Bedrina Northwestern 12.333
7 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 12.066
8 Polina Yakovleva Central 11.400

Junior All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Ekaterina Andreeva Volga 12.766 14.400 14.333 13.233 54.732
2 Lyudmila Roshchina Southern 13.000 13.700 13.300 14.066 54.066
3 Diana Kustova Moscow 12.566 14.266 14.600 12.600 54.032
4 Anna Kalmykova Moscow 13.133 13.433 13.500 13.666 53.732
5 Elizaveta Us Southern 13.133 13.566 13.866 12.266 52.831
6 Leila Vasilieva Central 13.600 12.733 14.000 12.400 52.733
7 Zlata Osokina Northwestern 12.866 11.833 14.100 13.600 52.399
8 Anna Esipova Moscow 14.033 13.566 10.800 13.566 51.965
9 Sabina Kaigulova Volga 12.733 13.233 13.000 12.133 51.099
10 Anastasia Bedrina Northwestern 12.200 12.633 12.766 13.000 50.599
11 Polina Yakovleva Central 12.433 11.633 12.533 12.900 49.499
12 Valeria Bukina Ural 12.833 11.866 11.466 12.966 49.131
13 Alyona Lysyakova Southern 12.200 12.033 12.500 11.933 48.666
14 Vasilisa Knyazeva St. Petersburg 11.533 12.133 12.400 12.366 48.432
15 Ulyana Petrushina Volga 11.900 11.966 11.733 12.700 48.299
16 Daria Rapshina Central 11.666 12.100 11.633 12.833 48.232
17 Elena Chursina Moscow 11.933 11.100 12.466 12.400 47.899
18 Anastasia Tolstaya Southern 12.900 11.933 10.600 12.300 47.733
19 Valeria Kiseleva Moscow 12.666 11.166 11.800 12.100 47.732
20 Varvara Sidorova Siberia 12.200 11.600 11.700 12.066 47.566
21 Valeria Pavshukova St. Petersburg 11.466 11.966 12.233 11.600 47.265
22 Anastasia Shilova St. Petersburg 11.600 12.300 12.333 10.800 47.033
23 Maria Smirnova Northwestern 12.600 11.366 11.433 11.500 46.899
24 Maria Gladskikh Central 11.433 11.166 12.400 11.866 46.865
25 Yulia Bedina Volga 11.966 10.833 12.300 11.666 46.765
26 Ekaterina Pushkina Southern 12.000 10.166 11.966 12.333 46.465
27 Margarita Melnikova Central 11.366 10.933 11.833 12.166 46.298
28 Elizaveta Malygina Central 12.666 9.600 11.166 12.200 45.632
29 Margarita Ivanova Siberia 12.633 11.233 9.200 12.533 45.599
30 Yana Matkina Ural 12.300 10.600 11.766 10.733 45.399
31 Diana Yasnetsova Central 11.833 11.266 10.100 12.133 45.332
32 Alla Danilchenko Southern 11.433 9.366 11.533 12.733 45.065
33 Margarita Khalcheva Moscow 12.000 9.700 11.400 11.933 45.033
34 Daria Anisimova Ural 12.866 10.400 9.533 12.166 44.965
35 Polina Buyun Volga 11.633 10.900 11.066 11.366 44.965
36 Ekaterina Uraikina Moscow 11.533 10.500 11.200 11.166 44.399
37 Alina Lukyashko Southern 11.633 9.700 11.500 11.333 44.166
38 Karina Skvortsova Volga 12.066 9.900 10.466 11.633 44.065
39 Maria Yegorova Central 11.966 11.300 9.233 11.566 44.065
40 Anna Krylova Moscow 11.500 10.866 8.666 12.466 43.498
41 Diana Parshikova Volga 8.700 10.866 11.933 11.600 43.099
42 Ekaterina Aleinikova Central 11.700 10.700 9.466 11.166 43.032
43 Maria Saburova Moscow 11.000 9.633 10.600 11.700 42.933
44 Nadezhda Paznikova Far Eastern 11.400 10.200 10.600 10.233 42.433
45 Sofia Malakhova Moscow 11.500 8.700 10.900 10.300 41.400
46 Marina Budnikova Volga 11.200 9.300 9.300 10.966 40.766
47 Elina Blieva North Caucasus 12.233 7.233 9.700 11.533 40.699
48 Yana Levitskaya Far Eastern 10.633 7.333 9.666 9.333 36.965
49 Sofia Bruleva Central 11.933 —— 12.300 11.766 35.999

Espoir All-Around Final Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA Total
1 Veranika Semenova St. Petersburg 13.266 13.500 12.000 12.866 51.632 102.997
2 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 12.500 11.866 12.700 13.233 50.299 100.464
3 Ksenia Zelyaeva Central 11.866 13.333 13.233 12.933 51.365 100.130
4 Alina Pyatiletova Ural 12.700 12.233 11.533 12.400 48.866 98.364
5 Anna Smirnova St. Petersburg 12.100 11.866 12.366 12.666 48.998 97.330
6 Viktoria Novikova Volga 12.600 10.866 11.633 12.266 47.365 96.364
7 Alisa Troitskaya Central 12.066 11.666 11.300 12.833 47.865 94.896
8 Evgenia Terekhina Siberia 11.866 11.966 11.900 11.700 47.432 94.797
9 Elena Senchenkova Volga 12.600 10.866 11.633 12.266 47.365 94.631
10 Sofia Maznaya Southern 12.200 10.766 12.133 12.800 47.899 93.864
11 Anfisa Lukasheva Siberia 12.633 10.933 11.200 11.966 46.732 93.698
12 Sofia Guz Southern 12.600 11.200 10.033 12.000 45.833 93.565
13 Yulia Svistunova Moscow 11.300 11.700 11.666 11.900 46.566 92.465
14 Polina Stolyarova Moscow 10.933 10.033 11.933 12.233 45.132 92.031
15 Sofia Golovkina St. Petersburg 11.400 10.366 11.466 11.866 45.098 91.930
16 Daria Lukashina Moscow 11.600 11.066 10.333 12.033 45.032 91.532
17 Daria Kupenova Central 12.133 10.366 9.966 12.233 44.698 91.263
18 Viktoria Belyakova Moscow 12.700 10.766 11.200 11.966 46.632 91.131
19 Sofia Kobzeva Siberia 12.566 11.200 10.966 11.833 46.565 90.331
20 Anastasia Adamova Volga 12.500 10.833 9.166 12.000 44.499 89.665
21 Daria Bulkina Volga 12.200 9.733 10.366 11.933 44.232 88.564
22 Alina Raimova Northwestern 11.866 10.033 10.233 11.900 44.032 87.864
23 Ulyana Lugovaya Central 11.200 9.533 10.266 11.200 42.199 87.097
24 Anastasia Khayanen St. Petersburg 11.666 10.266 10.700 9.500 42.132 86.331

Espoir Vault Final Results

Rank Athlete District Vault 1 Vault 2 Average
1 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 13.166 12.700 12.933
2 Elena Senchenkova Volga 12.900 12.500 12.700
3 Veranika Semenova St. Petersburg 13.033 12.300 12.666
4 Sofia Kobzeva Siberia 12.433 12.600 12.516
5 Ksenia Zelyaeva Central 12.533 12.500 12.516
6 Anastasia Adamova Volga 12.700 12.233 12.466
7 Alina Pyatiletova Ural 11.533 12.500 12.016
8 Viktoria Novikova Volga 12.700 —— 6.350

Espoir Bars Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Veranika Semenova St. Petersburg 13.500
2 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 13.133
3 Alina Pyatiletova Ural 12.900
4 Anna Smirnova St. Petersburg 12.400
5 Ksenia Zelyaeva Central 12.366
6 Sofia Maznaya Southern 11.933
7 Yulia Svistunova Moscow 11.266
8 Alisa Troitskaya Central 10.633

Espoir Beam Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Veranika Semenova St. Petersburg 13.300
2 Sofia Guz Southern 12.700
3 Viktoria Belikova Southern 12.566
4 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 12.466
5 Anna Smirnova St. Petersburg 12.233
6 Viktoria Novikova Volga 11.966
7 Alina Pyatiletova Ural 11.633
8 Anfisa Lukasheva Siberia 11.200

Espoir Floor Final Results

Rank Athlete District Total
1 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 12.900
2 Sofia Maznaya Southern 12.733
3 Anna Smirnova St. Petersburg 12.666
4 Elena Senchenkova Volga 12.600
5 Ulyana Lugovaya Central 12.233
6 Viktoria Novikova Volga 12.100
7 Anfisa Lukasheva Siberia 11.866
8 Daria Bulkina Volga 11.533

Espoir All-Around Qualification Results

Rank Athlete District VT UB BB FX AA
1 Veranika Semenova St. Petersburg 13.133 13.866 13.333 11.033 51.365
2 Maria Kravchenko Moscow 12.866 13.000 11.866 12.433 50.165
3 Alina Pyatiletova Ural 12.833 13.066 11.733 11.866 49.498
4 Viktoria Novikova Volga 12.300 11.100 12.866 12.733 48.999
5 Ksenia Zelyaeva Central 12.200 13.233 11.366 11.966 48.765
6 Anna Smirnova St. Petersburg 12.000 12.300 11.766 12.266 48.332
7 Sofia Guz Southern 12.100 11.266 12.900 11.466 47.732
8 Evgenia Terekhina Siberia 12.266 12.066 11.100 11.933 47.365
9 Elena Senchenkova Volga 12.633 10.600 11.466 12.600 47.299
10 Alisa Troitskaya Central 12.066 12.466 10.733 11.766 47.031
11 Anfisa Lukasheva Siberia 12.000 10.566 12.200 12.200 46.966
12 Polina Stolyarova Moscow 12.000 11.966 11.400 11.533 46.899
13 Sofia Golovkina St. Petersburg 12.066 11.833 11.500 11.433 46.832
14 Daria Kupenova Central 12.066 11.333 11.200 11.966 46.565
15 Daria Lukashina Moscow 11.600 11.900 11.500 11.500 46.500
16 Sofia Maznaya Southern 10.333 12.233 10.666 12.733 45.965
17 Yulia Svistunova Moscow 10.800 12.466 10.633 12.000 45.899
18 Anastasia Adamova Volga 12.400 11.700 10.066 11.000 45.166
19 Ulyana Lugovaya Central 11.566 9.700 11.466 12.166 44.898
20 Viktoria Belyakova Moscow 11.633 11.133 11.200 10.533 44.499
21 Daria Bulkina Volga 12.033 9.933 10.166 12.200 44.332
22 Anastasia Khayanen St. Petersburg 11.666 10.500 11.033 11.000 44.199
23 Alina Raimova Northwestern 11.300 9.200 11.466 11.866 43.832
24 Sofia Kobzeva Siberia 12.233 10.600 9.600 11.333 43.766
25 Rezeda Khalikova Volga 11.666 9.900 10.300 11.533 43.399
26 Elizaveta Garchu Central 12.433 9.700 9.533 11.666 43.332
27 Eva Erkina Central 11.766 10.000 11.166 9.800 42.732
28 Anastasia Lyaporova Southern 11.966 9.700 10.600 10.333 42.599
29 Ekaterina Chasovskikh Southern 12.066 9.633 9.833 10.800 42.332
30 Arina Sergeeva Ural 11.333 8.733 9.333 10.500 39.899
31 Dinara Gaffarova Volga 11.700 6.833 9.100 11.566 39.199
32 Ksenia Kuznetsova Ural 11.100 8.333 10.200 9.100 38.733
33 Angelina Kravchenko Far Eastern 10.166 8.000 9.233 11.300 38.699
34 Raikhana Lampezheva North Caucasus 11.633 8.900 6.400 11.533 38.466
35 Viktoria Belikova Southern 11.800 11.566 12.500 —— 35.866

29 thoughts on “2022 Russian Championships Results

  1. Great post, Lauren. I’ll donate to a couple of those charities. Missing seeing a favourite gymnast of mine, Anastasiia Bachynska, compete because of Putin’s deplorable war but thankfully she is safe.

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    • Thank you! Some of these are very small Ukrainian-founded charities where every little bit helps and funds go almost straight into the pockets of people who need them, so I thought I’d share in addition to the bigger, more international ones.

      I also miss Bachynska! I’m glad she was able to find her way to safety and I’m so impressed with her and so many others’ resilience. I’m also glad so many national gym programs have been so welcoming…I’ve heard nothing but good things about so many clubs doing whatever they can to bring in athletes from the region, housing them, opening up their facilities, etc. There’s so much in the sport that we’ve heard about over the past 5 years that has been absolutely horrendous but to see the international gym community come together and support Ukraine in this way has been such a positive.

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    • I think she’s just taking time off…much deserved, I’d say, considering how many competitions she did last quad! I know she did say she was going to take a break after the Olympics but then she did worlds and a couple other smaller meets so I guess her break didn’t start until November. I have a feeling with Euros and worlds up in the air for Russia, she may just focus on training for this year and not on competing, though I wouldn’t be surprised to see her at Russian Cup later in the season…especially if it looks like international restrictions for Russian athletes will be lifted.

      And thank you! I was trying to find a way to sensitively acknowledge that Russian nationals were happening without promoting the athletes or the federation too much, so I hope this is something that most people would approve of. I know there were a few people who didn’t want to see any coverage at all, including results, but a greater number of people wanted the official results translated since the PDFs use the Cyrillic alphabet so I think this is the best compromise, especially if I can help spread awareness and resources in the process.

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    • I think this is both her senior debut and last competition ever…she hasn’t competed in 3 years and I read somewhere, maybe her Instagram a few months ago?, that she was planning on going to nationals and then retiring.

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    • I think they’re fed a lot of propaganda OR just aren’t allowed to speak out against the war…there have been a few stories in the news where people from Ukraine will call their Russian relatives and the Russians will be like “actually your own government is attacking you dressed up as Russians to make it look like we’re the bad guys.” It seems like many of them TRULY believe this stuff…it’s like the 9/11 or school shooting conspiracy theorists who think everyone is a “crisis actor.” One Ukrainian teenager called her uncle in Russia to tell him her mother died from a Russian attack and her uncle said “that’s a lie” but then called her on a burner phone and said he was sorry and believed her but couldn’t say anything on his regular phone.

      There are definitely some Russian gymnasts who are pro-war, and Nagornyy seems to be among the worst, but I think/hope most are just either ill-informed or fear speaking out against it. In Belarus, which is assisting Russia, something like 90% of people are against the war, so I’d think if Russians were able to get correct information or were allowed to speak up, the majority would hopefully also not support what their country is doing? A lot of people are saying there’s no excuse for Listunova or Urazova joining Putin’s war rally, but I highly doubt either of them had a choice.

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  2. Lauren, you are not only an incredible journalist, you are a classy person in your decision about not covering Russian meets. I have been seeking info on many past Ukrainian gymnasts in the hopes that they and their families are safe. Thankfully many are coaching in other countries but must be so worried about loved ones still in Ukraine. I appreciate you posting the links for donations. Slava Ukraine!

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    • Thank you so much! I’ve been looking up many of the currently active Ukrainian gymnasts on Instagram and it seems like a lot of them are safe, especially the girls – but it seems many of the guys are still in Ukraine and some are even joining the fight. I can’t comprehend the fact that Russians are just going about their day like nothing is different while the entire Ukrainian world has collapsed. I understand that people still love the Russian gymnasts and want to stay engaged with watching them, but I hope they do consider donating to help Ukraine if they’re watching the streams or videos from Russian nationals.

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  3. They are literally set for life after winning an Olympic medal — they get a nice apartment, an expensive car and positions in the government if they want to. Plus Putin has a soft spot for gymnasts because of his affair with Alina Kabaeva. Of course they are going to support him no matter what.

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    • The affair, and isn’t Viner’s husband one of Putin’s oligarch pals? I wouldn’t be surprised if most gymnasts openly love and support Putin and now his war, but I’m sure if any are for whatever reason against him, speaking up wouldn’t exactly be easy.

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  4. Totally support your decision about providing information and thank you for providing the resources to help Ukraine. I have endless sympathy for anyone in Russia who doesn’t support this war and is stuck but don’t see how the rest of the world can do anything different than try to punish Putin. My heart breaks for the Ukrainians.

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    • Thank you! Fully agree. I understand, especially from a western perspective, why people want to be really hard on those in Russia who aren’t speaking out but I mean…when Trump was president I sometimes was like, if I tweet something negative about him we’re totally headed in a direction where this is going to get me on a list lol. In Russia that’s actually a thing, though, especially for high-profile dissenters. And as much as people want to say that they’d brave the consequences or whatever, I doubt most would actually be that brave when put in that same position. So I have sympathy for those who are against him and are afraid. But of course, I have more sympathy for the Ukrainians being forced out of their homes, tortured, murdered…it’s devastating.

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  5. I don’t blame the gymnasts who don’t speak up. They can’t. They would lose everything and could possibly be targeted as well as their families. The ones who do, like Nagorny and that cocky little puts who wore the Z in that last international competition….to hell with them. Literally. When dead ten year old girls with torn genitals are found in Bucharest and these Russian gymnasts speak out in support they are demonstrating that they are monsters. I’m sorry but it’s the truth.

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    • Where is your concern for Libyan children? Do you care about them? NATO bombed it against UN wishes and destroyed the central government turning it into a hell-hole and a haven for trafficking. Do you have any idea how many children have been killed of sold into slavery in that country? Yet no NATO countries had athletes banned

      I won’t go into what the US or other countries have done. Google “Myanmar rapes”. Or substitute in Ethiopia. Here’s one of many done by Americans https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahmudiyah_rape_and_killings. When only one country is getting banned, that should be all you need to see

      Oh, and Bucharest is in Romania so you might want to check your “facts”

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      • Shockingly, caring about people being killed in Ukraine doesn’t negate caring about people also being killed in the dozens of other crises around the world at any given time.

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        • Yet you perpetuate this collective punishment against Russian athletes, Russian children?

          What do you think Russians are telling their young athletes right now? Their young people? “The west hate you, the west are out to wreck our country”. As they always have been. Despite all the broken promises, all that Russia has given up. For nothing. All they have ever known is the west are the enemy. NATO has 8,500 tanks. The Russian government are just pointing the finger at us and saying “look at the hate”

          South Africa’s sportspeople were banned from international competition for decades. The apartheid regime used it as a propaganda tool and cracked down on their population even harder. And the Russians will do the same. This will backfire horrendously

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        • Right now the west is fighting Russia through the use of sanctions, all of which affect the general Russian civilian population about a billion percent more than they affect anyone who is actually responsible for this war. All economic sanctions effectively are a “collective punishment against Russian children.” In the same vein, this is another sanction meant to hurt the top – since Russia is so invested in its international sporting successes – yet ripples down and affects those at the very bottom of the sports business, aka the athletes, more than anyone else. Russians would be telling their young athletes “the west hates you” REGARDLESS of sports sanctions, by the way. It’s called propaganda and it’s been a thing literally forever which is why most Russians don’t even believe they’re on the “bad side.” They think their soldiers are martyrs saving the world.

          Also, I personally did not think Russian athletes should have been banned until Ukrainian athletes who were competing against them requested the ban. Having watched the world cup where a Ukrainian gymnast Illia Kovtun won a medal and was forced to share a podium with a little Russian asshole who wore what is essentially a genocidal symbol on his chest? That sealed the deal for me. I’d hope most Russian athletes (and people in general) would see this behavior as disgusting, and yet most instead supported it. I do think there is an element of ignorance here, as well as the likelihood that athletes are being used as pawns by the government to support its propaganda, so I feel especially bad for any Russian athlete who is secretly against the war but can’t safely express their feelings in this way. But I don’t feel even 1% as badly for them as I do for Ukrainian athletes who have lost family members, friends, pets, homes, and their entire lives while Russia continues to senselessly attack them. Boo hoo, you can’t compete internationally for a few months or eat McDonalds? The HORROR, while Ukrainian children are forced to hide in their basements with their dead parents rotting next to them and endure car rides through minefields while Russian “heroes” specifically pick out cars to attack that have “children” spray-painted on them because their parents thought it would protect them. Sanctioning civilian Russian children who frankly have no idea what’s really going on is a bummer, but I’m saving most of my empathy for the people truly going through loss at an unimaginable level.

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  6. I appreciate the way you handled this post, I think the context at the beginning and then listing the information was a great decision. Thank you.

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    • Thank you so much – I asked for thoughts on Twitter because I wasn’t sure how to go about it. I would say 75% of people wanted some coverage while the other 25% said they wouldn’t click on Russia-related content no matter what so I hoped this would be a compromise for those both okay with it and against it.

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  7. Hi~ Thank you so much for this coverage. I am really glad you posted some results but made sure to include links to help the people of Ukraine and show your support for the people who are suffering. Personally, I do not believe that Listy or Vlada are the “monsters” or “nazis” some people are labeling them as; Im sure they had no choice about the rally and refusing could mean the end of their career or even further consequences. They are barely adults, after all. I hope everyone can see that even though some gymnasts (Nagornyy, Kuliak) are being horrible on their own initiatives, some gymnasts really didn’t have the choice.

    I also think that even though Russia being banned from competition is the best and most effective choice for now, it is also important to acknowledge that USA gymnasts were spared from such bans when their own country waged an unfair war on other people.

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    • Fully agree with everything you say! I think the behavior of most people in Russia deserves to be looked at with nuance and outside of a traditionally Western European or U.S. perspective. There are many stories of people who are afraid to speak out and I’m not going to take silence as support. Unless an athlete is outwardly pro-war, I think they deserve the benefit of the doubt. It’s easy for people outside of Russia to say how they would behave if they were in this situation, but I doubt the majority of them would have the bravery to stand up in that way, especially in a country that jailed five children aged 7-11 for carrying flowers and “no war” signs at Ukraine’s embassy in Moscow.

      I’ve also talked about how while I agree with sanctioning Russia in any way possible – including athletes – the U.S. and other countries that have waged unnecessary wars have never faced similar consequences and their own war crimes were barely acknowledged, or worse, seen as legitimate “retaliation for terrorism.” The U.S. and Israel are two prime examples of nations that have committed offenses just as heinous as what Russia is doing in Ukraine, but it’s met with silence. And just a couple of years ago, Azerbaijan attacked Armenia and during that very time they were allowed to host an FIG-sanctioned world cup Olympic qualifier which Armenian athletes weren’t allowed to attend due to the conflict. Zero outrage or anything from gymnastics fans and even if there was I doubt the FIG would have done anything given its current relationship with the Azerbaijani federation.

      Being sanctimonious about Russian athletes not speaking out or seemingly supporting the war when these thoughts have never crossed anyone’s minds with any other country that has acted as an aggressor is interesting, for sure. I would say that in this case, Ukrainian athletes spoke up early on and demanded no Russian athletes be allowed to compete with them while most countries in the near past have invaded countries with no major sporting presence on the international scene and so athletes from Palestine, Iraq, and Afghanistan for example weren’t able to come forward in the same numbers…but in the case of Armenia there WERE athletes speaking out about how wrong it was to hold events – especially Olympic qualifiers – in a country attacking them, and it was just…ignored? There’s also the relationship between China and Taiwan, and Taiwanese athletes wanting to be referred to as from Taiwan, but the IOC seems to not care about the sensitivities surrounding this and keeps them as Chinese Taipei officially…with no outrage outside of Taiwan.

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      • “…and so athletes from Palestine, Iraq, and Afghanistan for example weren’t able to come forward in the same numbers…”

        No because so many of them are dead

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        • I mean, true, but they also do have living competitive athletes at international meets who weren’t speaking out about the U.S. being there because, to be entirely frank, no one would care. Regardless of what the U.S. has done to these countries – e.g. killing thousands of civilians for no reason – if athletes approached international governing bodies with requests to ban U.S. athletes, nothing would happen. The U.S. would fight it and would win. I was actually shocked Russia was banned, but think if Ukrainian athletes WEREN’T backed by other larger Western powers, they probably also would have been turned down. Especially after seeing Russia getting away with breaking literally every doping rule in the system and still being allowed to send teams to the Olympics? I didn’t think there was any chance in hell the international sporting community would have the balls to stand up against them re: Ukraine, but Ukraine had allies that Palestine, Iraq, and Afghanistan don’t have, and so athletes from these countries would never win in a sports arbitration battle against the U.S. Politics, babe – welcome to how our shitty world works. It’s disgusting that the international community doesn’t care as much about victims of international terrorism who aren’t blonde-haired, blue-eyed, white people that they can “identify with” and it sucks that we just have to shrug and accept that this is the way things are.

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