The Best Scores in 2022 | April Update

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Konnor McClain

So far in 2022, we’ve covered 36 meets, seeing a total of 1,370 all-around performances, as well as 1,804 vault scores, 1,849 bars scores, 1,892 beam scores, and 1,817 floor scores, in addition to 361 two-vault attempts that get averaged for an event final (or qualification into a final).

Below, find a list of the top all-around and event scores thus far, as well as the top D scores for each event. An asterisk (*) next to the name denotes a junior competitor, and I’ve removed bonus from all domestic meets to keep things as accurate as possible. As a note, we only include juniors in the two-vault averages or D-score combos if they’re competing vaults from two different families, and if a competition uses bonuses but their score sheets don’t differentiate those bonuses from the totals, we don’t include those scores in our database.

We’ll be updating this list after every weekend of competitions. The most recent update is April 15, 2022.

Best All-Around Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships AA 58.033
2 Konnor McClain United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 55.665
3 Maria Minaeva Russia Russian Championships AA 55.432
4 Asia D’Amato Italy 1st Italian Serie A 55.100
5 Vladislava Urazova Russia Russian Championships AA 54.866
6 Ekaterina Andreeva* Russia Russian Championships QF 54.732
7 Aline Friess France French Test Meet 54.700
8 Jessica Gadirova Great Britain British Championships AA 54.650
9 Diana Kustova* Russia Russian Championships AA 54.599
10 Shilese Jones United States March National Team Camp 54.550
11 Leila Vasilieva* Russia Russian Championships AA 54.432
12 Martina Maggio Italy City of Jesolo Trophy AA 54.200
13 Elena Gerasimova Russia Russian Championships AA 54.098
14 Lyudmila Roshchina* Russia Russian Championships QF 54.066
15 Anna Esipova* Russia Russian Championships AA 53.966
16 Anna Kalmykova* Russia Russian Championships QF 53.732
17 Skye Blakely United States Winter Cup 53.700
18 Arina Semukhina Russia Russian Championships AA 53.632
19 Ashlee Sullivan United States WOGA Classic 53.550
20 Ondine Achampong Great Britain British Championships AA 53.500
21 Manila Esposito Italy 2nd Italian Serie A 53.400
22 Alice Kinsella Great Britain English Championships 53.250
23 eMjae Frazier United States Winter Cup 53.150
24 Veronica Mandriota Italy City of Jesolo Trophy AA 53.133
25 Carolann Heduit France French Test Meet 53.050
26 Madray Johnson* United States March National Team Camp 53.000
27 Elle Mueller United States March National Team Camp 52.850
28 Elizaveta Us* Russia Russian Championships QF 52.831
29 Zoey Molomo* United States March National Team Camp 52.800
30 Katelyn Jong United States Winter Cup 52.650
Lorette Charpy France French Test Meet 52.650
Nola Matthews United States Winter Cup 52.650
33 Angela Andreoli Italy DTB Pokal Team Challenge 52.599
Zlata Osokina* Russia Russian Championships AA 52.599
35 Tiana Sumanasekera* United States City of Jesolo Trophy AA 52.500
Shannon Archer Great Britain Scottish Championships AA 52.500
Levi Jung-Ruivivar United States DTB Pokal Mixed Cup 52.500
38 Yana Vorona Russia Russian Championships QF 52.466
39 Ella Kate Parker* United States Winter Cup 52.450
40 Jennifer Gadirova Great Britain British Championships AA 52.350
41 Myli Lew* United States City of Jesolo Trophy AA 52.299
42 Emily Whitehead Australia DTB Pokal Team Challenge 52.298
43 Sanna Veerman Netherlands DTB Pokal Team Challene 52.265
44 Alyona Glotova Russia Russian Championships QF 52.099
45 Alba Petisco Spain 1st Spanish League 52.066
46 Karis German United States Winter Cup 52.050
47 Sarah Voss Germany DTB Pokal Mixed Cup 52.000
48 Elena Colas* France French Test Meet 51.950
Dulcy Caylor* United States NTTC National Qualifier 51.950
Zoe Miller United States March National Team Camp 51.950
Brooke Pierson United States March National Team Camp 51.950

Best Single Vault Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Coline Devillard France French Test Meet 14.450
2 Konnor McClain United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 14.400
3 Aline Friess France French Test Meet 14.350
Katelyn Jong United States DTB Pokal Mixed Cup 14.350
5 Shilese Jones United States March National Team Camp 14.300
Shallon Olsen Canada Elite Canada AA 14.300
7 Skye Blakely United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 14.266
Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships EF 14.266
9 Jessica Gadirova Great Britain English Championships 14.250
Ondine Achampong Great Britain British Championships AA 14.250
Ashlee Sullivan United States March National Team Camp 14.250
Camryn Richardson United States Winter Cup 14.250

Best Vault Average Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Jessica Gadirova Great Britain English Championships 14.150
2 Asia D’Amato Italy City of Jesolo Trophy AA 13.967
3 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships EF 13.849
4 Coline Devillard France City of Jesolo Trophy EF 13.675
5 Oksana Chusovitina Uzbekistan Doha World Cup EF 13.433
6 Valentina Georgieva Bulgaria Baku World Cup EF 13.416
7 Eleonora Afanasyeva Russia Russian Championships EF 13.383
8 Shannon Archer Great Britain British Championships AA 13.375
9 Angela Andreoli Italy DTB Pokal Team Challenge 13.366
10 Ellie Black Canada City of Jesolo Trophy EF 13.350

Best Uneven Bars Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships AA 15.233
2 Uliana Perebinosova Russia Russian Championships EF 14.900
3 Diana Kustova* Russia Russian Championships AA 14.833
4 Ekaterina Andreeva* Russia Russian Championships AA 14.666
5 Alice D’Amato Italy 1st Italian Serie A 14.650
6 Naomi Visser Netherlands Baku World Cup QF 14.566
Arina Semukhina Russia Russian Championships EF 14.566
8 Martina Maggio Italy 1st Italian Serie A 14.550
9 Zoe Miller United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 14.450
10 Giorgia Villa Italy DTB Pokal Team Challenge 14.433

Best Balance Beam Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Vladislava Urazova Russia Russian Championships AA 14.800
2 Diana Kustova* Russia Russian Championships QF 14.600
Konnor McClain United States Winter Cup 14.600
4 Maria Minaeva Russia Russian Championships 14.466
5 Angela Andreoli Italy 1st Italian Serie A 14.450
6 Ekaterina Andreeva* Russia Russian Championships QF 14.333
7 Yana Vorona Russia Russian Championships AA 14.266
8 Skye Blakely United States WOGA Classic 14.250
9 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships QF 14.200
Elena Gerasimova Russia Russian Championships EF 14.200

Best Floor Exercise Scores

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships QF 14.633
2 Jessica Gadirova Great Britain British Championships EF 14.600
3 Maria Minaeva Russia Russian Championships QF 14.333
4 Lyudmila Roshchina* Russia Russian Championships QF 14.066
5 Jennifer Gadirova Great Britain British Championships EF 13.950
6 Konnor McClain United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 13.900
7 eMjae Frazier United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 13.850
8 Anna Esipova* Russia Russian Championships AA 13.700
Shilese Jones United States March National Team Camp 13.700
Maria Agafonova Russia Russian Championships EF 13.700
Veronica Mandriota Italy 1st Italian Serie A 13.700

Best Two-Vault Difficulty Combination

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Asia D’Amato Italy City of Jesolo Trophy EF 9.8
Jessica Gadirova Great Britain British Championships EF 9.8
3 Coline Devillard France City of Jesolo Trophy EF 9.6
Joscelyn Roberson United States March National Team Camp 9.6
Teja Belak Slovenia Baku World Cup EF 9.6
6 Oksana Chusovitina Uzbekistan Doha World Cup EF 9.4
Shannon Archer Great Britain British Championships EF 9.4
Sophie Marois Canada Elite Canada AA 9.4
9 Eleonora Afanasyeva Russia Russian Championships EF 9.2
Ellie Black Canada City of Jesolo Trophy EF 9.2
Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships EF 9.2

Best Uneven Bars Difficulty

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships AA 6.6
2 Sanna Veerman Netherlands DTB Pokal Team Challenge 6.5
Zoe Miller United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 6.5
4 Maria Minaeva Russia Russian Championships AA 6.4
5 Alice D’Amato Italy 1st Italian Serie A 6.3
Becky Downie Great Britain English Championships 6.3
Uliana Perebinosova Russia Russian Championships EF 6.3
8 Arina Semukhina Russia Russian Championships EF 6.2
Elisa Iorio Italy DTB Pokal Mixed Cup 6.2
Kelly Simm Great Britain British Championships AA 6.2
Naomi Visser Netherlands Baku World Cup EF 6.2

Best Balance Beam Difficulty

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Angela Andreoli Italy 1st Italian Serie A 6.5
2 Joscelyn Roberson United States March National Team Camp 6.4
3 Konnor McClain United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 6.1
Skye Blakely United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 6.1
5 Ava Stewart Canada City of Jesolo Trophy AA 6.0
Jessica Gadirova Great Britain British Championships AA 6.0
Tiana Sumanasekera United States March National Team Camp 6.0
Yana Vorona Russia Russian Championships EF 6.0
9 Elena Gerasimova Russia Russian Championships AA 5.9
Jennifer Gadirova Great Britain British Championships EF 5.9
Ondine Achampong Great Britain British Championships AA 5.9
Shilese Jones United States March National Team Camp 5.9
Vladislava Urazova Russia Russian Championships AA 5.9

Best Floor Exercise Difficulty

Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 eMjae Frazier United States City of Jesolo Trophy EF 5.8
Jessica Gadirova Great Britain British Championships EF 5.8
Karis German United States Winter Cup 5.8
Konnor McClain United States City of Jesolo Trophy AA 5.8
5 Angela Andreoli Italy DTB Pokal Team Challenge 5.7
Joscelyn Roberson United States March National Team Camp 5.7
Katelyn Jong United States DTB Pokal Mixed Cup 5.7
8 Skye Blakely United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 5.6
Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Championships EF 5.6
10 Ashlee Sullivan United States DTB Pokal Team Challenge 5.5
Asia D’Amato Italy DTB Pokal Team Challenge 5.5
Manila Esposito Italy 1st Italian Serie A 5.5
Maria Minaeva Russia Russian Championships EF 5.5
Martina Maggio Italy City of Jesolo Trophy AA 5.5
Ondine Achampong Great Britain English Championships 5.5
Veronica Mandriota Italy 1st Italian Serie A 5.5

21 thoughts on “The Best Scores in 2022 | April Update

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    • Yeah, they’re all bad but Russia is NEXT-LEVEL. I saw Listunova had a 14.0 on beam in the AA final and was like oh that’s really good for a hit routine! Then watched the routine yesterday and that was WITH A FALL as well as wobbles on basically every skill, so it probably would have been like a 15.5 if it was perfectly hit hahahaha. Oh Russia.

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  2. Russia scores are bogus though. They have bonus added into their routines for certain skills and attempted connections. Not to mention suspicious E scores, where the video evidence shows otherwise.
    11 out of the top 20 are Russians and all of them have scores from Russian Championships.
    Can’t really include those scores here as they wouldn’t be valid D scores (and overall score) at an international meet. Not at least without an asterisk or side bar explaining domestic bonus was used for Russian athletes. Compared to McClain’s score which is a legitimate all around score.

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    • Most domestic meets have nonsense scoring and always have. I’ve included plenty of wild Russian scores in the past, but also plenty of wild scores from China, Romania, the U.S., Ukraine, Brazil, France, Great Britain, Belarus, Lithuania, Chile, South Africa, Japan, Canada…right now, only a few countries have had domestic meets so it’s more out of whack than it would be later in the season when most countries have held national meets. I’ve been doing top scores for 8 years and never include a “domestic vs. international” disclaimer because the meet names basically ARE that disclaimer…but at the end of the year I always share a top international scores list as well as a list with all scores. During the year, the updates just include all and people can pick out the ones that are international and those that aren’t.

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      • I think you are confused about my initial comment, so let me clarify.

        I totally get domestic vs international scoring and yeah no need for disclaimer obviously.

        However, I am not talking domestic scoring in terms of lenient execution scores.

        Russian Nationals uses internal bonus, so these scores are not legit at all. That is what I am trying to say here.

        USA MAG introduced a bonus system to reward trying for difficulty as USAG knows that USA MAG won’t medal simply because of lower difficulty than Japan, China, and Russia.

        The score at Winter Cup were simply NOT legitimate as someone like Yul Moldauer had .944 in bonus on parallel bars for example.

        That is why I said there should be a disclaimer for Russian Nationals due to using a domestic bonus system.
        I would advocate for the same disclaimer for USA MAG scores due to using a domestic bonus system.

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        • The internal bonus Russia uses isn’t “officially” a bonus, though, not in the way they used at Winter Cup for MAG, or at Serie A, or at basically any other meet that has a bonus. They just score everyone high, on every routine, regardless of who it is or what they’re doing. It’s a domestic bonus in the sense that they wouldn’t be getting those scores elsewhere, but the same can be said for almost any national program, though most usually aren’t nearly as high as Russia’s scores (aside from Ukraine and Belarus). They don’t have a structured system in place like programs that DO use D or E bonuses. They’re not doing something like “this beam routine scored an 8.4 so that means it gets five tenths in bonus for scoring above an 8.0.” They just give it an 8.9 because they ignore lots of deductions that exist outside of Russia. Routines with multiple falls get the same “execution bonuses” as perfect routines so there’s definitely no “bonus” given for well-executed routines, they just don’t care about half of the deductions that exist. It’s always been this way and I think the majority of people looking at these scores know that, and know that Russians won’t score anywhere near internationally what they do at home.

          I remove all official bonuses from scores, and if a scoring system does use bonus but doesn’t explain why or where (e.g. Elite Canada novice level scoring) I don’t include those scores. But in cases where it’s just domestic scoring being wild with zero rhyme or reason, it sucks to have several ridiculous scores rule the top scores list but it is what it is, and like I said, that’s why I also do an international-only list. If I put a disclaimer on Russia’s scoring, I’d also have to be subjectively like “ok this score seems way too high, so does this one…” Like, Jordan Chiles’ domestic scores last year were way too high, but the U.S. kind of picks and chooses who they go overboard with, so I wouldn’t want to be like “disclaimer: Jordan’s scores aren’t real” because I subjectively felt they weren’t accurate. With these lists you just kind of have to be aware that domestic scoring is not accurate and grin and bear it.

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    • Yeah like I LOVE Jessica Gadirova on FX, but that 14.6 was… generous. It was great but not better than last years Euros or Tokyo EF lol

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    • Yes! Idk how that got lost in my spreadsheet…I probably didn’t scroll up high enough hahaha. Thank you!

      I just checked and I also missed another 6.5 as well as Listunova’s 6.4 so my scroll was DEFINITELY off that day.

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    • Thank you! Unfortunately there’s no record of the judges giving it a 6.6 either from the stream or from official results. I only include official results, not fan-constructed D scores (even if those D scores are accurate) because we don’t know what the judges actually rewarded (mostly because we can calculate a 7.0 attempted beam D and then see that the judges have given it a 5.5 with everything downgraded). Even though this is far less rare with bars, and the person who put this video together did an excellent job, I keep the same rule across the board. But we can say unofficially a 6.6 is the highest!

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