Sarah Voss, Emma Malewski, Elisabeth Seitz, Pauline Schäfer, Kim Bui
European Gymnastics has released the nominative rosters for this year’s European Championships, to be held beginning August 11 in Munich, Germany.
A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each federation.
Confirmed by ÖEFT as of July 18. Katrin Palicka is the alternate.
Confirmed by GymFed as of August 3.
Confirmed by Hrvatski Gimnasticki Savez as of August 9.
Confirmed by the Ceska Gymnasticka Federace as of August 9.
Confirmed by Gym Danmark as of August 9.
Confirmed by Suomen Voimistelulitto as of August 8.
Confirmed by Fédération Française Gymnastique as of August 8.
Confirmed by the Deutscher Turner-Bund as of August 8.
Confirmed by British Gymnastics as of July 4.
Confirmed by the Hellenic Gymnastics Federation as of August 7.
Confirmed by Magyar Torna Szövetseg as of July 6.
Confirmed by Fimleikasamband Íslands as of August 9.
Confirmed by Gymnastics Ireland as of August 9.
Confirmed by the Israel Gymnastics Federation as of August 9.
Confirmed by the Federazione Ginnastica d’Italia as of August 8.
Confirmed by FLGym Luxembourg as of August 8.
Confirmed by the Malta Gymnastics Federation as of August 7.
Confirmed by Fémina Sports de Monaco Gymnastiques as of August 7.
Confirmed by Dutch Gymnastics as of June 30. Floor Slooff, Mara Slippens, Casey-Jane Meuleman, and Mischa Marchena are the alternates.
Confirmed by the NGTF as of August 8.
Confirmed by the gymnasts on Instagram Stories as of August 9.
Confirmed by the Federação de Ginástica de Portugal as of July 29.
Confirmed by the Federatia Româna de Gimnastica as of August 5.
Confirmed by the Slovenská Gymnastická Federácia as of August 8.
Confirmed by GimSlo as of August 9.
Confirmed by Schweizerischer Turnverband as of August 5.
Confirmed by Svensk Gymnastik as of August 9.
Confirmed by Real Federación Española de Gimnasia as of July 28.
Confirmed by Türkiye Cimnastik Federasyonu as of August 8.
Confirmed by Hubareva on Instagram Stories.
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One of the polish girls hurt her knee yesterday at the podiums training – but i don’t know which one. I don’t think she can start today…:-(
Oh no! Possibly Wiktoria or Brygida, since Emilia was still posting on IG stories about the competition following podium training.
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Apologies if this is well known info, but is Maria Ceplinschi injured? Surprised to not see her.
she is still recovering from an injury, they are saving her for worlds
Do you know what happened to Anastasia Motak?
This is a weird one but she is now training and competing in Poland. She is not close to the level she once was, sadly, but I’m wondering if she’ll change her nationality officially with the FIG eventually, or if she’s just training and competing for fun?
Did Elisa Iorio retire?