Women's Finalists at the 2016 Rio Olympics

Five subdivisions of qualification rounds determined the finals competitors in the team, all-around, and event final competitions at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

Full list of qualifiers below:

Team

1. United States: 185.238
2. China: 175.279
3. Russia: 174.620
4. Great Britain: 174.064
5. Brazil: 174.054
6. Germany: 173.263
7. Japan: 172.564
8. Netherlands: 171.929

Vault

1. Simone Biles (USA): 16.05
2. Hong Un Jong (PRK): 15.683
3. Giulia Steingruber (SUI): 15.266
4. Maria Paseka (RUS): 15.049
5. Oksana Chusovitina (UZB): 14.999
6. Shallon Olsen (CAN): 14.95
7. Wang Yan (CHN): 14.949
8. Dipa Karmakar (IND): 14.85

Bars 

1. Madison Kocian (USA): 15.866
2. Aliya Mustafina (RUS): 15.833
3. Gabby Douglas (USA): 15.766
4. Daria Spiridonova (RUS): 15.683
5. Elisabeth Seitz (GER): 15.466
6. Sophie Scheder (GER): 15.433
7. Jessica Lopez (VEN): 15.333
8. Shang Chunsong (CHN): 15.3

Beam 

1. Simone Biles (USA): 15.633
2. Laurie Hernandez (USA): 15.366
3. Flavia Saraiva (BRA): 15.133
4. Sanne Wevers (NED): 15.066
5. Catalina Ponor (ROU): 14.9
6. Fan Yilin (CHN): 14.866
7. Marine Boyer (FRA): 14.6
8. Isabela Onyshko (CAN): 14.533

Floor

1. Simone Biles (USA): 15.733
2. Aly Raisman (USA): 15.275
3. Vanessa Ferrari (ITA): 14.866
4. Giulia Steingruber (SUI): 14.666
5. Wang Yan (CHN): 14.666
6. Amy Tinkler (GBR): 14.6
7. Mai Murakami (JPN): 14.566
8. Erika Fasana (ITA): 14.333


All-Around 

1. Simone Biles (USA): 62.366
2. Aly Raisman (USA): 60.607
3. Rebeca Andrade (BRA): 58.732
4. Seda Tutkhalian (RUS): 58.207
5. Aliya Mustafina (RUS): 58.098
6. Wang Yan (CHN): 57.599
7. Eythora Thorsdottir (NED): 57.566
8. Mai Murakami (JPN): 57.265
9. Isabela Onyshko (CAN): 57.232
10. Elsabeth Seitz (GER): 57.098
11. Asuka Teramoto (JPN): 57.066
12. Ellie Black (CAN): 56.965
13. Jessica Lopez (VEN): 56.932
14. Giulia Steingruber (SUI): 56.899
15. Lieke Wevers (NED): 56.782
16. Marine Brevet (FRA): 56.565
Flavia Saraiva (BRA): 56.532
17. Shang Chunsong (CHN): 56.532
18. Nina Derwael (BEL): 56.532
19. Jade Barbosa (BRA): 56.499 (replacing Saraiva)
20. Ellie Downie (GBR): 56.466
21. Louise Vanhille (FRA): 55.765
22. Carlotta Ferlito (ITA): 55.599
23. Sophie Scheder (GER): 55.598
24. Vanessa Ferrari (ITA): 55.265
R1: Claudia Fragapane (GBR): 55.032
R2: Alexa Moreno (MEX): 54.866
R3: Ana Sofia Gomez (GUA): 54.832
R4: Zsofia Kovacs (HUN): 54.598


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