Women's Finals Qualifiers At The 2017 Gymnastics World Championships

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Below are the women's finals qualifiers for the 2017 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Montreal, Canada. The top 24 gymnasts (with maximum of two per country) qualify to the all-around finals, while the top eight on each event (again, maximum of two per country) qualify to event finals. The all-around final will take place on October 5 while the event finals will take place October 7-8. For more info, check out our World Championships Central page.


All-Around

RANK Name NF Vault Uneven Bars Balance Beam Floor Total
1 Murakami Mai JPN 14.633 13.9 13.2 14.2 55.933
2 Smith Ragan USA 14.466 14.133 12.9 14.433 55.932
3 Black Elsabeth CAN 14.5 14.4 13.433 13.433 55.766
4 de Jesus dos Santos Melanie FRA 14.5 14.5 13.066 13.233 55.299
5 Eremina Elena RUS 13.866 15.1 13.233 12.8 54.999
6 Hurd Morgan USA 14.466 14.333 13.5 12.533 54.832
7 Varinska Diana UKR 13.716 14.566 13.033 12.6 53.915
8 Derwael Nina BEL 13.566 14.966 12.333 12.733 53.598
9 Sugihara Aiko JPN 14.066 13.3 12.466 13.433 53.265
10 Melnikova Angelina RUS 14.4 14.966 12.6 11.166 53.132
11 Steingruber Giulia SUI 15.1 12.833 11.933 13.266 53.132
12 Alt Tabea GER 14.2 12.366 13.533 12.933 53.032
13 Tinkler Amy GBR 14.366 13.066 12.066 13.333 52.831
14 Perez Ana ESP 14.1 12.733 12.933 12.966 52.732
15 Moors Brooklyn CAN 14.166 13.066 11.533 13.866 52.631
16 Wang Yan CHN 14.4 13.4 11.266 13.366 52.432
17 Santos Thais BRA 13.633 13.2 11.766 13.733 52.332
18 Seitz Elisabeth GER 13.6 14.7 11.2 12.5 52
19 Mori Lara ITA 13.325 13.466 11.666 13.5 51.957
20 Godwin Georgia AUS 13.475 13 12.666 12.733 51.874
21 Hermans Rune BEL 13.333 13.8 11.9 12.833 51.866
22 Martins Filipa POR 13.166 13.333 12.633 12.433 51.565
23 Boyer Marine FRA 13.633 13.2 12.466 12.1 51.399
24 Alice Kinsella* GBR 13.666 13.533 11.2 12.966 51.365
*Alice Kinsella has withdrawn due to an ankle injury. She will be replaced by Lee Eun Ju of Korea. 


Vault

RANK Name NF Total 1st Jump Score 1st Jump Difficulty 1st Jump Execution 1st Jump Penalty 2nd Jump Score 2nd Jump Difficulty 2nd Jump Execution 2nd Jump Penalty
1 Paseka Maria RUS 14.933 14.866 6 8.866 15 5.8 9.2
2 Carey Jade USA 14.849 15.066 5.8 9.266 14.633 5.6 9.033
3 Steingruber Giulia SUI 14.75 15.1 5.8 9.3 14.4 5.4 9
4 Olsen Shallon CAN 14.649 14.366 5.4 8.966 14.933 6 8.933
5 Wang Yan CHN 14.55 14.4 5.6 8.8 14.7 5.8 8.9
6 Miyakawa Sae JPN 14.516 14.9 5.8 9.1 14.133 5.4 8.833 -0.1
7 Black Elsabeth CAN 14.483 14.5 5.4 9.1 14.466 5.2 9.266
8 Chusovitina Oksana UZB 14.349 14.366 5.4 8.966 14.333 5.2 9.133


Bars

RANK Name NF Total Details
1 Eremina Elena RUS 15.1 Exe. : 8.800 | Diff. : 6.300
2 Iliankova Anastasiia RUS 15.066 Exe. : 8.866 | Diff. : 6.200
3 Fan Yilin CHN 15 Exe. : 8.700 | Diff. : 6.300
4 Derwael Nina BEL 14.966 Exe. : 8.666 | Diff. : 6.300
5 Seitz Elisabeth GER 14.7 Exe. : 8.600 | Diff. : 6.100
6 Locklear Ashton USA 14.566 Exe. : 9.066 | Diff. : 5.500
7 Luo Huan CHN 14.566 Exe. : 8.566 | Diff. : 6.000
7 Varinska Diana UKR 14.566 Exe. : 8.566 | Diff. : 6.000
*Russia's Angelina Melnikova scored a 14.966 but does not qualify to finals due to the two-per-country rule.

Beam

RANK Name NF Total Details
1 Alt Tabea GER 13.533 Exe. : 7.633 | Diff. : 5.900
2 Hurd Morgan USA 13.5 Exe. : 7.900 | Diff. : 5.600
3 Schaefer Pauline GER 13.433 Exe. : 8.133 | Diff. : 5.300
4 Black Elsabeth CAN 13.433 Exe. : 7.633 | Diff. : 5.800
5 Teramoto Asuka JPN 13.333 Exe. : 7.633 | Diff. : 5.700
6 Eremina Elena RUS 13.233 Exe. : 7.833 | Diff. : 5.400
7 Liu Tingting CHN 13.233 Exe. : 7.633 | Diff. : 5.700 | Pen. : -0.100
8 Murakami Mai JPN 13.2 Exe. : 7.600 | Diff. : 5.600


Floor

RANK Name NF Total Details
1 Smith Ragan* USA 14.433 Exe. : 8.633 | Diff. : 5.800
2 Murakami Mai JPN 14.200 Exe. : 8.400 | Diff. : 5.800
3 Carey Jade USA 14.100 Exe. : 8.400 | Diff. : 5.700
4 Fragapane Claudia GBR 13.933 Exe. : 8.233 | Diff. : 5.700
5 Moors Brooklyn CAN 13.866 Exe. : 8.466 | Diff. : 5.400
6 Santos Thais BRA 13.733 Exe. : 8.233 | Diff. : 5.500
7 Ferrari Vanessa ITA 13.600 Exe. : 7.900 | Diff. : 5.700
8 Mori Lara ITA 13.500 Exe. : 7.900 | Diff. : 5.600
*Due to Smith's ankle injury prior to the all-around final, she has also withdrawn from the floor final. Canada's Ellie Black was the first alternate and will compete in her place.

View complete results here.

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