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2020 in artistic gymnastics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Below is a list of notable men's and women's artistic gymnastics international events scheduled to be held in 2020, as well as the medalists.[1]

Calendar of events

Date Location Event Men's winners Women's winners
February 20–23 Australia Melbourne FIG World Cup FX: South Korea Ryu Sung-hyun
PH: United States Stephen Nedoroscik
SR: Greece Eleftherios Petrounias
VT: South Korea Shin Jeah-wan
PB: Russia Vladislav Polyashov
HB: Netherlands Epke Zonderland
VT: United States Jade Carey
UB: Ukraine Diana Varinska
BB: Japan Urara Ashikawa
FX: United States Jade Carey
March 7 United States Milwaukee FIG All-Around World Cup AA: United States Sam Mikulak AA: United States Morgan Hurd
March 12–15 Azerbaijan Baku FIG World Cup FX: Turkey Abdelrahman Elgamal
PH: China Weng Hao
SR: Greece Eleftherios Petrounias
VT: South Korea Shin Jeah-wan
PB: China You Hao
HB: Turkey Ümit Şamiloğlu
VT: Slovenia Teja Belak
UB: China Fan Yilin
BB: Japan Urara Ashikawa
FX: Italy Lara Mori
October 1–5 Hungary Szombathely FIG World Challenge Cup FX: Slovenia Rok Klavora
PH: Kazakhstan Nariman Kurbanov
SR: Austria Vinzenz Höck
VT: Ukraine Igor Radivilov
PB: Ukraine Petro Pakhniuk
HB: Croatia Tin Srbić
VT: Hungary Boglárka Dévai
UB: Ukraine Diana Varinska
BB: Croatia Christina Zwicker
FX: Ukraine Angelina Radivilova
May 27–31[2]
December 9–13[3]
Azerbaijan Baku Turkey Mersin[4] Men's European Championships FX: Israel Artem Dolgopyat
PH: Albania Matvei Petrov
SR: Turkey İbrahim Çolak
VT: Ukraine Igor Radivilov
PB: Turkey Ferhat Arıcan
HB: Lithuania Robert Tvorogal
N/A
April 30–May 3[2]
December 17–20[3]
France Paris
Azerbaijan Baku Turkey Mersin[4]
Women's European Championships N/A VT: Hungary Zsófia Kovács
UB: Hungary Zsófia Kovács
BB: Romania Larisa Iordache
FX: Romania Larisa Iordache

Events canceled or postponed

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several events were canceled or postponed.

Original date Proposed date Location Event
March 18–21 June 3–6
March 10–13, 2021[5]
Qatar Doha FIG World Cup
March 21–22 March 20–21, 2021[5] Germany Stuttgart FIG All-Around World Cup[5]
March 28 2021[5] United Kingdom Birmingham FIG All-Around World Cup[6]
April 4–5 2021[5] Japan Tokyo FIG All-Around World Cup[7]
April 17–19 April or May 2021[8]
Canceled[9]
New Zealand Tauranga Pacific Rim Championships
May 7–10 2021[10] United States Utah Valley Pan American Championships
May 14–17[5] May 27–30, 2021 Bulgaria Varna FIG World Challenge Cup
June 5–8[5] June 3–6, 2021 Egypt Cairo FIG World Challenge Cup
June 18–21[5] June 10–13, 2021 Croatia Osijek FIG World Challenge Cup
June 11–14[5] September 2–5, 2021 Slovenia Koper FIG World Challenge Cup
June 26–28 Canceled[5] Turkey Mersin FIG World Challenge Cup
July 25–August 4 July 23–August 8, 2021[a][11][12][13][14][15] Japan Tokyo Olympic Games
October 17–24 October 17–24, 2021 China Jinjiang Gymnasiade[16]
To be determined
April 4–5[17] TBD South Africa Tshwane African Championships
May 2–5 TBD Japan Tokyo Asian Championships
November TBD Argentina San Juan South American Championships
  1. ^ The 2020 Olympic Games were postponed until 23 July – 8 August 2021. The IOC and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee jointly stated that "the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021."

Medalists

Women

Regional championships

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
European Team  Ukraine  Romania  Hungary
Vault Hungary Zsófia Kovács Romania Larisa Iordache Ukraine Anastasiia Motak
Uneven Bars Hungary Zsófia Kovács Hungary Zója Székely Slovakia Barbora Mokošová
Balance Beam Romania Larisa Iordache Romania Silviana Sfiringu Ukraine Anastasiia Motak
Floor Exercise Romania Larisa Iordache Turkey Göksu Üçtaş Şanlı Israel Lihie Raz

World Cup series

Men

Regional championships

Competition Event Gold Silver Bronze
European Team  Ukraine  Turkey  Hungary
Floor Exercise Israel Artem Dolgopyat Croatia Aurel Benović Belarus Yahor Sharamkou
Pommel Horse Albania Matvei Petrov Croatia Filip Ude Turkey Ferhat Arıcan
Rings Turkey İbrahim Çolak Austria Vinzenz Höck Ukraine Igor Radivilov
Vault Ukraine Igor Radivilov Belarus Yahor Sharamkou Israel Artem Dolgopyat
Parallel Bars Turkey Ferhat Arıcan Ukraine Petro Pakhniuk Lithuania Robert Tvorogal
Horizontal Bar Lithuania Robert Tvorogal Croatia Tin Srbić Israel Alexander Myakinin

World Cup series

Season's best scores

Women

Note: Only the scores of senior gymnasts from international events have been included below. Most competitions were canceled or postponed in 2020 and therefore many top competitors did not compete in any international competitions.

All-around

Rank Name Country Score Event
1 Angelina Melnikova  Russia 56.700 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
2 Morgan Hurd  United States 55.832 American Cup
3 Kayla DiCello  United States 55.132 American Cup
4 Zhang Jin  China 54.900 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
5 Larisa Iordache  Romania 54.565 European Championships QF
6 Hitomi Hatakeda  Japan 54.200 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
7 Emily Lee  United States 53.831 Gymnix AA/TF
8 Chiaki Hatakeda  Japan 53.800 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
9 Zhou Ruiyu  China 53.600 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
10 Jennifer Gadirova  United Kingdom 53.565 American Cup
11 Ellie Black  Canada 53.299 American Cup
12 Anastasia Bachynska  Ukraine 53.132 Baku World Cup QF
13 Silviana Sfiringu  Romania 52.665 European Championships QF
14 MyKayla Skinner  United States 52.631 Gymnix AA/TF
15 Asuka Teramoto  Japan 52.600 Friendship & Solidarity Meet

Vault

Rank Name Country Score Event
1 Jade Carey  United States 15.049 Melbourne World Cup QF
2 MyKayla Skinner  United States 14.517 Gymnix QF
3 Coline Devillard  France 14.249 Melbourne World Cup EF
4 Boglárka Dévai  Hungary 14.225 Szombathely Challenge Cup QF
5 Teja Belak  Slovenia 14.199 Baku World Cup QF
6 Shoko Miyata  Japan 14.166 Melbourne World Cup QF
7 Marina Nekrasova  Azerbaijan 14.133 Baku World Cup QF
8 Zsófia Kovács  Hungary 14.050 European Championships EF
9 Angelina Radivilova  Ukraine 13.983 Melbourne World Cup EF
10 Anastasia Motak  Ukraine 13.933 European Championships QF

Uneven bars

Rank Name Country Score Event
1 Fan Yilin  China 15.133 Baku World Cup QF
2 Anastasia Ilyankova  Russia 14.800 Melbourne World Cup QF
3 Angelina Melnikova  Russia 14.500 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
4 Zhou Ruiyu  China 14.400 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
5 Daria Spiridonova  Russia 14.266 Melbourne World Cup QF
6 Rebeca Andrade  Brazil 14.233 Baku World Cup QF
7 Diana Varinska  Ukraine 14.100 Melbourne World Cup QF
Morgan Hurd  United States 14.100 American Cup
9 Georgia-Rose Brown  Australia 13.900 Baku World Cup QF
Hitomi Hatakeda  Japan 13.900 Friendship & Solidarity Meet

Balance beam

Rank Name Country Score Event
1 Zhang Jin  China 14.400 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
2 Larisa Iordache  Romania 14.133 European Championships TF
3 Angelina Melnikova  Russia 14.100 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
4 Faith Torrez  United States 13.966 Gymnix
5 Jennifer Gadirova  United Kingdom 13.933 American Cup
6 Urara Ashikawa  Japan 13.850 Baku World Cup QF
7 Rebeca Andrade  Brazil 13.800 Baku World Cup QF
Chiaki Hatakeda  Japan 13.800 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
Silviana Sfiringu  Romania 13.800 European Championships EF
10 Morgan Hurd  United States 13.733 American Cup

Floor exercise

Rank Name Country Score Event
1 Jade Carey  United States 14.366 Melbourne World Cup EF
2 MyKayla Skinner  United States 14.133 Gymnix EF
3 Vanessa Ferrari  Italy 13.733 Melbourne World Cup QF
4 Jennifer Gadirova  United Kingdom 13.700 American Cup
5 Morgan Hurd  United States 13.666 American Cup
6 Emily Lee  United States 13.633 Gymnix AA/TF
7 Lara Mori  Italy 13.541 Melbourne World Cup QF
8 Larisa Iordache  Romania 13.540 European Championships QF
9 Georgia Godwin  Australia 13.433 Melbourne World Cup QF
10 Angelina Melnikova  Russia 13.400 Friendship & Solidarity Meet
Kayla DiCello  United States 13.400 American Cup
Jade Vansteenkiste  Belgium 13.400 Gymnix EF

References

  1. ^ "Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique". International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved January 6, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "COVID-19 update - event cancellations". European Union of Gymnastics. March 17, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Covid-19 update: new dates WAG, MAG & RG". European Union of Gymnastics. June 4, 2020.
  4. ^ a b @UEGymnastics (October 5, 2020). "***BREAKING NEWS*** Green light for the 2020 #artistic Europeans! IMPORTANT: change of host city to Mersin Flag of Turkey" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "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. ^ "2020 Pacific Rim Championships Postponed" (PDF). Gymnastics New Zealand. March 17, 2020.
  9. ^ "2021 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships cancelled". Gymnastics New Zealand. September 2, 2020.
  10. ^ "Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources". USA Gymnastics.
  11. ^ "IOC member says that 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be postponed due to coronavirus pandemic". USA Today. March 23, 2020.
  12. ^ "2020 Tokyo Olympics Will Be Postponed Due to Coronavirus, Says IOC's Dick Pound". Bleacher Report. March 23, 2020.
  13. ^ "Report: Tokyo 2020 Olympics postponed to 2021 due to coronavirus". CNET. March 23, 2020.
  14. ^ "JOINT STATEMENT FROM THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE AND THE TOKYO 2020 ORGANISING COMMITTEE". International Olympic Committee. March 24, 2020.
  15. ^ "IOC, IPC, Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee And Tokyo Metropolitan Government Announce New Dates For The Olympic And Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020". International Olympic Committee. March 30, 2020.
  16. ^ ISF Sports. International School Sport Federation. August 5, 2020.
  17. ^ "2020 African Artistic Gymnastics Championships postponed". South African Gymnastics Federation. March 16, 2020.
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