Event Finals Qualifiers - 2018 Junior Pan American Championships

Below are the gymnasts who qualified for the individual event finals at the 2018 Junior Pan American Championships, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The finals will be held Friday, June 15. The top eight gymnasts on each event, with a maximum of two gymnasts per country, qualify for event finals. 

Vault

1. Tori Tatum, USA - 14.45

2. Leanne Wong, USA - 14.075

3. Hillary Heron Soto, PAN - 13.6

4. Sabrina Cortes Medrano, COL - 13.575

5. Mia St. Pierre, CAN - 13.4

6. Luisa Sa Silva, BRA - 13.275

7. Imogen Paterson, CAN - 13.25

8. Luna Fernandez, ARG - 12.975

*Jordan Bowers scored a 14.05 but does not qualify for finals due to the two per country rule.

Bars

1. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.7

2. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.6

3. Leanne Wong, USA - 13.15

4. Olivia Araujo Bagu, ARG - 12.4

5. Imogen Paterson, CAN - 12.1

6. Paulina Vargas Facio, MEX - 11.65

7. Abigail Magistrati, ARG - 11.65

8. Christal Silva E Bezerra, BRA - 11.55

*JaFree Scott scored a 12.8, Tori Tatum a 12.7, and Emma Spence a 12.1 but did not qualify due to the two per country rule.

Beam

1. Leanne Wong, USA - 13.7

2. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.2

3. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.15

4. Emma Spence, CAN - 12.95

5. Ana Luiza Araujo Dos Santos, BRA - 12.75

6. Louise Lopez Sanchez, MEX - 12.65

7. Abigail Magistrati, ARG - 12.6

8. Luisa Da Silva, BRA - 12.3

*JaFree Scott scored a 12.55 and Imogen Paterson scored a 12.4 but did not qualify due to the two per country rule.

Floor

1. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.2

2. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.1

3. Tori Tatum, USA - 12.8

4. Paulina Vargas Facio, MEX - 12.5

5. Luna Fernandez, ARG - 12.45

6. Mia St. Pierre, CAN - 12.4

7. Daniela Briceno Nieves, MEX - 12.15

8. Brisa Carraro, ARG - 12.1

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