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2020 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series

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FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series
Locationvarious — see locations
DateFebruary 20 – October 4, 2020 (2020-02-20 – 2020-10-04)
see schedule
← 2019
2021 →

The 2020 FIG World Cup circuit in Artistic Gymnastics is a series of competitions officially organized and promoted by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) in 2020. A number of events were originally scheduled to take place in 2020 and serve as opportunities for gymnasts to earn points towards Olympic qualification. However, the organization of many events was heavily affected by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in either cancelation or postponement of some events to 2021.[1]

Two of the Apparatus World Cup series competitions (Melbourne and Baku), as well as the American Cup All-Around World Cup in Milwaukee, were held and counted towards Olympic qualification through the FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup series route.[2] Additionally, the Szombathely World Challenge Cup was the sole representative of the World Challenge Cup series staged in 2020, and did not affect the ranking for Olympic qualification.[3]

Schedule

World Cup series

Date Location Event Type
February 20–23, 2020 Australia Melbourne FIG World Cup 2020 C III - Apparatus
March 7, 2020 United States Milwaukee American Cup FIG Individual All-Around World Cup 2020 C II - All-Around
March 12–15, 2020 Azerbaijan Baku FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup, AGF Trophy 2020[1] C III - Apparatus
Note
1.^ Canceled midway due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Azerbaijan. Results of the qualification stage were considered as the final rankings.[4]

World Challenge Cup series

Date Location Event Type
October 1–4, 2020 Hungary Szombathely FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus

Events canceled or postponed

Date Location Event Type Status
June 26–28, 2020 Turkey Mersin FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey[5]
March 10–13, 2021[5] Qatar Doha FIG World Cup C III - Apparatus Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Qatar[5]
March 21–22, 2021 Germany Stuttgart EnBW -DTB-Pokal FIG Individual All-Around World Cup C II - All-Around Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany[5]
March 27, 2021 United Kingdom Birmingham FIG Individual All-Around World Cup C II - All-Around Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom[6][5]
May 2 or 9, 2021 (TBC) Japan Tokyo FIG Individual All-Around World Cup C II - All-Around Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan[7][5]
May 27–30, 2021 Bulgaria Varna FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria[1]
June 3–6, 2021 Egypt Cairo FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Egypt[1]
June 10–13, 2021 Croatia Osijek FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus Postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Croatia[1]
September 2–5, 2021 Slovenia Koper FIG World Challenge Cup C III - Apparatus Posponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Slovenia[1]

Medalists

Men

World Cup series

All-Around

The three federations who earn the most points through the Individual All-Around World Cups will earn an additional Olympic spot in addition to their 4-person team.[8] Whoever places first earns 60 points for their country and each subsequent placement is five less points. The total points earned is the summation of total points from all four events in the series. Three events in the series were moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Milwaukee All-Around United States Sam Mikulak Ukraine Oleg Vernyayev United Kingdom James Hall
Apparatus

An athlete can earn Olympic qualification points at each Apparatus World Cup in 2020. The athlete who earned the spot on each apparatus will be announced after the conclusion of the Doha World Cup, which was moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.[8]

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Melbourne Floor Exercise South Korea Ryu Sung-hyun Russia Kirill Prokopev Kazakhstan Milad Karimi
Pommel Horse United States Stephen Nedoroscik Iran Saeid Reza Keikha Japan Kohei Kameyama
Rings Greece Eleftherios Petrounias Iran Mahdi Ahmad Kohani Egypt Ali Zahran
Vault South Korea Shin Jeah-wan Guatemala Jorge Vega Israel Andrey Medvedev
Parallel Bars Russia Vladislav Polyashov Japan Yusuke Tanaka Vietnam Đinh Phương Thành
Horizontal Bar Netherlands Epke Zonderland Kazakhstan Milad Karimi Australia Mitchell Morgans
Baku[9] Floor Exercise Turkey Abdelrahman Elgamal Russia Kirill Prokopev Kazakhstan Milad Karimi
Pommel Horse China Weng Hao Japan Takaaki Sugino Iran Saeid Reza Keikha
Rings Greece Eleftherios Petrounias China Liu Yang China Lan Xingyu
Vault South Korea Shin Jeah-wan Israel Andrey Medvedev Ukraine Igor Radivilov
Parallel Bars China You Hao Russia Vladislav Polyashov Turkey Ferhat Arıcan
Horizontal Bar Turkey Ümit Şamiloğlu Netherlands Epke Zonderland
Russia Alexey Rostov
None awarded

World Challenge Cup series

One event in the series was canceled, and four other events were moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Szombathely Floor Exercise Slovenia Rok Klavora Kazakhstan Ilyas Azizov Ukraine Petro Pakhniuk
Pommel Horse Kazakhstan Nariman Kurbanov Croatia Robert Seligman Albania Matvei Petrov
Rings Austria Vinzenz Höck Ukraine Igor Radivilov Ukraine Yevgen Yudenkov
Vault Ukraine Igor Radivilov Czech Republic Ondřej Kalný Poland Sebastian Gawronski
Parallel Bars Ukraine Petro Pakhniuk Kazakhstan Milad Karimi Ukraine Yevgen Yudenkov
Horizontal Bar Croatia Tin Srbić Kazakhstan Milad Karimi Hungary David Vecsernyes

Women

World Cup series

All-Around

The three federations who earn the most points through the Individual All-Around World Cups will earn an additional Olympic spot in addition to their 4-person team.[8] Whoever places first earns 60 points for their country and each subsequent placement is five less points. The total points earned is the summation of total points from all four events in the series. Three events in the series were moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Milwaukee All-Around United States Morgan Hurd United States Kayla DiCello Japan Hitomi Hatakeda
Apparatus

An athlete can earn Olympic qualification points at each Apparatus World Cup in 2020. The athlete who earned the spot on each apparatus will be announced after the conclusion of the Doha World Cup, which was moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.[8]

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Melbourne Vault United States Jade Carey France Coline Devillard Japan Shoko Miyata
Uneven Bars Ukraine Diana Varinska Australia Georgia Godwin Russia Daria Spiridonova
Balance Beam Japan Urara Ashikawa United Kingdom Ondine Achampong Ukraine Anastasiia Bachynska
Floor Exercise United States Jade Carey Italy Vanessa Ferrari Italy Lara Mori
Baku[10] Vault Slovenia Teja Belak France Coline Devillard Azerbaijan Marina Nekrasova
Uneven Bars China Fan Yilin Russia Anastasia Ilyankova Brazil Rebeca Andrade
Balance Beam Japan Urara Ashikawa Brazil Rebeca Andrade Ukraine Anastasiia Bachynska
Floor Exercise Italy Lara Mori Italy Vanessa Ferrari Canada Audrey Rousseau

World Challenge Cup series

One event in the series was canceled, and four other events were moved to 2021 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
Szombathely Vault Hungary Boglárka Dévai Ukraine Anastasiia Motak Ukraine Angelina Radivilova
Uneven Bars Ukraine Diana Varinska Germany Lara Hinsberger Germany Lisa Zimmermann
Balance Beam Croatia Christina Zwicker Latvia Elīna Vihrova Czech Republic Aneta Holasová
Floor Exercise Ukraine Angelina Radivilova Poland Marta Pihan-Kulesza Germany Lisa Zimmermann

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Official news from the Executive Committee - September 2020. International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved 2020-09-19.
  2. ^ "USA's Hurd, Mikulak will compete at 2020 American Cup". USA Gymnastics. December 16, 2019.
  3. ^ Gymnastics returns at Szombathely World Challenge Cup. International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved 2020-09-19.
  4. ^ "Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique". International Gymnastics Federation. April 9, 2020.
  5. ^ a b c d e f "Impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the upcoming FIG events". International Gymnastics Federation. March 11, 2020.
  6. ^ "British Gymnastics national events announcement, including FIG World Cup". British Gymnastics. March 16, 2020.
  7. ^ @FIG_media (March 17, 2020). "Japan Gymnastics Association has decided to cancel the #Tokyo All-Around World Cup that was scheduled on 4-5 April 2020" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  8. ^ a b c d "2020 Olympic Games Qualification System – Gymnastics" (PDF). International Gymnastics Federation. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2019-11-03. Retrieved 2019-12-17.
  9. ^ The Gymter.net Men's results
  10. ^ The Gymter.net Women's results
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