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thiago_simoes

Artistic Gymnastics 2018 Discussion Thread

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54 minutes ago, thiago_simoes said:


Thank you! 

Once more a disappointing competition for female Brazilian gymnasts. I knew their level was a lot lower compared to the girls from 2014, but their results are much worse than I expected. 

 

Who's the best Brazilian female gymnast atm?

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24 minuti fa, zob79 ha scritto:

 

Who's the best Brazilian female gymnast atm?

I think that Rebeca Andrade is the best Brazilian gymnastic, i love her exercises. I'm very curious about @thiago_simoes's opinion :)

 

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50 minutos atrás, zob79 disse:

 

Who's the best Brazilian female gymnast atm?

 

Junior: Luísa Helena (she placed seventh at the Pan Ams)

Senior: Flávia Saraiva (though Rebeca Andrade is coming back)

I knew Luísa Helena would place behind the Americans and the Canadians, but placing behind two three Argentinian gymnasts was a tough pill to swallow. The money invested in Luísa Helena was huge. In the end, she is out of shape (for a gymnast), performing low difficulty and behind three gymnasts from a nation which does not invest nearly as much in gymnastics. Unacceptable. Kudos to Argentina, of course, but shame on Brazil for allowing this to happen.
 

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5 minutes ago, thiago_simoes said:

 

Junior: Luísa Helena (she placed seventh at the Pan Ams)

Senior: Flávia Saraiva (though Rebeca Andrade is coming back)

I knew Luísa Helena would place behind the Americans and the Canadians, but placing behind two Argentinian gymnasts was a tough pill to swallow.

any complete results?

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Several injury for Giulia Steingruber :(

 

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5 horas atrás, Fly_like_a_don disse:

What happened at the 2018 fig mersin world cup . Does anyone have a link to watch it 


India got a gold medal on vault and Twitter in India has gone crazy, apparently.

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2 hours ago, thiago_simoes said:

 


India got a gold medal on vault and Twitter in India has gone crazy, apparently.

Did get to know :clap::cheer:

So I was excited because she missed the Olympic bronze in Rio 2016 finishing 4th and is the only female Olympic gymnast up-to date from India know for her death vault of Produnova  and she is returning after a long long time.

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7 horas atrás, Fly_like_a_don disse:

Did get to know :clap::cheer:

So I was excited because she missed the Olympic bronze in Rio 2016 finishing 4th and is the only female Olympic gymnast up-to date from India know for her death vault of Produnova  and she is returning after a long long time.


She did well not to perform the Produnova anymore (she had huge mistakes in execution) and she also did well to keep her double twisting tsukahara (also a very hard vault, and she performs it well). Her average score (14.150) was pretty good and she can even increase it for the World Championships if she improves her execution.

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For those interested in how women's artistic teams are performing this year, these are the top performances so far in 2018. The top 24 teams at the 2018 World Championships will qualify for the 2019 World Championships,

 

China - 166.100 (Qualifications / Asian Games)

Russia - 165.195 (Team Final / European Championships)

France - 164.063 (Qualifications / European Championships)

Canada - 163.075 (Commonwealth Games)

Great Britain (actually, England) - 162.650 (Commonwealth Games)

USA - 161.000 (Pacific Rim / projected score since girls performed 11 out 12 routines)

Netherlands - 159.563 (Team Final / European Championships)

Brazil - 159.370 (City of Jesolo Trophy)

Belgium - 159.331 (Qualifications / European Championships)

North Korea - 158.500 (Qualifications / Asian Games)
Australia - 157.450 (Commonwealth Games)

Italy - 156.300 (City of Jesolo Trophy)

South Korea - 155.300  (Qualifications / Asian Games)

Hungary - 154.130 (Qualifications / European Championships)

Argentina - 154.067 (Qualifications / South American Games)

Japan - 153.950 (Qualifications / Asian Games)

Spain - 153.430 (Qualifications / European Championships)

Ukraine - 153.163 (Qualifications / European Championships) 

Switzerland - 153.129 (Team Final / DTB Pokal)

Romania - 152.600 (City of Jesolo Trophy)

Germany - 152.250 (Qualifications / DTB Pokal)

Cuba - 150.100 (Qualifications / CAC Games)

Colombia - 149.950 (Qualifications / CAC Games)

Mexico - 149.900 (Qualifications / CAC Games)

Egypt - 149.800 (Qualifications / Mediterranean Games)

Puerto Rico - 148.550 (Qualifications / CAC Games)

 

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The Pan American Championships will begin next week and some teams and individuals have been announced.

Men's artistic gymnastics

Argentina: Federico Molinari, Daniel Villafañe, Nicolas Cordoba, Santiago Mayor, Julian Jato
Brazil: Francisco Barreto, Luis Porto, Caio Souza, Leonardo Matheus, Lucas Bitterncourt
Canada: Rene Cournoyer, Zachary Clay, Cory Paterson, Darren Wong, Samuel Zakutney
Colombia: Jossimar Calvo, Javier Sandoval, Didier Lugo, Andres Martinez, José David Toro
Peru: Luis Pizarro, Jimmy Figueroa, Jesus Moreto, Arian León Prado, Daniel Aguero
USA: Cameron Bock, Spencer Goodell, Riley Loos, Kanji Oyama, Genki Suzuki

Women's artistic gymnastics

Aruba: Rebecca Spellen got injured and will miss the championships, unfortunately
Argentina: Ayelen Tarabini, Martina Dominici, Agustina Pisos, Camila Klesa, Mayra Vaquie
Brazil: Rebeca Andrade, Jade Barbosa, Flávia Saraiva, Lorrane Santos, Thais Fidelis (alternate: Daniele Hypólito)
Canada: Jade Chrobok, Laurie Denommée, Haley de Jong, Sophie Marois, Ana Padurariu
Panama: Ana Laura Wong, Victoria Castro
USA: Jade Carey, Kara Eaker, Shilese Jones, Grace McCallum, Trinity Thomas

 

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