2017 European Championships Women's Individual Qualifiers

Elena Eremina Russia

Women's qualifications are complete at the 2017 European Championships and individual qualifiers for the finals have been named. The top eight in the all-around and on each event qualfied into the individual finals with the two-per-country rule applied.

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 All-Around


1. Ellie Downie (GBR) 56.198
2. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 54.882
3. Tabea Alt (GER) 54.866
4. Elena Eremina (RUS) 54.698
5. Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) 54.598
6. Kim Bui (GER) 53.632
7. Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA) 53.333
8. Martina Maggio (ITA) 53.315
9. Marine Boyer (FRA) 52.966
10. Filipa Martins (POR) 52.940
11. Giada Grisetti (ITA) 52.932
12. Natalia Kapitonova (RUS) 52.898
13. Nina Derwael (BEL) 52.465
14. Alice Kinsella (GBR) 51.990
15. Tisha Volleman (NED) 51.699
16. Ilaria Kaeslin (SUI) 51.199
17. Ana Perez (ESP) 51.158
18. Cintia Rodriguez (ESP) 51.065
19. Lynn Genhart (SUI) 50.632
20. Boglarka Devai (HUN) 50.533
21. Olivia Cimpian (ROU) 50.481
22. Barbora Mokosova (SVK) 50.465
23. Ioana Crisan (ROU) 50.199
24. Vendula Merkova (CZE) 49.948

Vault


1. Ellie Downie (GBR) 14.433
2. Maria Paseka (RUS) 14.412
3. Coline Devillard (FRA) 14.267
4. Boglarka Devai (HUN) 14.233
5. Teja Belak (SLO) 14.216
6. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 14.174
7. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 14.166
8. Tisha Volleman (NED) 13.966

Bars


1T. Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 14.566
1T. Nina Derwael (BEL) 14.566
3. Elena Eremina (RUS) 14.466
4. Becky Downie (GBR) 14.433
5. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) 14.366
6. Ellie Downie (GBR) 14.266
7. Kim Bui (GER) 14.133
8. Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA 14.100

Beam


1. Larisa Iordache (ROU) 14.566
2. Sanne Wevers (NED) 14.300
3. Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) 14.233
4. Catalina Ponor (ROU) 14.066
5. Tabea Alt (GER) 13.700
6. Marine Boyer (FRA) 13.700
7. Ellie Downie (GBR) 13.466
8. Becky Downie (GBR) 13.333

Floor


1. Ellie Downie (GBR) 13.966
2. Claudia Fragapane GBR 13.766
3. Elena Eremina (RUS) 13.633
4. Lara Mori (ITA) 13.533
5. Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) 13.366
6. Angelina Melnikova (RUS) 13.233
7. Kim Bui (GER) 13.166
8. Pauline Schaeffer (GER) 13.133


Related:
2017 European Championships Men's Individual Qualifiers

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